Blood Demon Art Akaza “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba”
The power of Blood Demon Art Akaza in the anime Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba. Akaza had immense strength and he was currently a Rank-3 top-ranked Demon. The demon blood art technique used by akaza refers to the martial arts ability he has mastered long ago (when he was still a human).
Akaza is a very strong character and is a very difficult enemy to beat by the Demon Slayer Corps. He had the goal of becoming the strongest and even dared to challenge the Upper Rank 2 and Rank 1 top ranked demons. Akaza always enjoys fighting against very strong enemies and tries to win every battle in his path.
Blood Demon Art Akaza
The blood demon art used by Akaza is very unique and looks like "Ordinary", but this ability is very terrible and can kill very strong targets with just one attack. All of that was seen when he fought against Kyojuro Rengoku, his demon blood art ability was able to corner a demon slayer who had above average abilities.
Akaza's Blood Demon Art took the form of the martial arts style he had mastered since he was a human. This technique combines a martial art that resembles a shockwave with the Soryu style (a technique he has mastered since he was a human).
Akaza can manipulate the shock waves he uses such as forming invisible air pressure, flowing streams and others. His shockwaves are blue in color and can take many different forms. He can use this ability at will and at any distance he wants. In battle, Usually he combines shock waves with his martial arts abilities such as in kicks or punches.
In the use of Blood Demon Art, Akaza always combines it with martial arts abilities. At first the technique was used to strengthen his fighting ability (Development), but after some time he began to develop the Blood Demon Art technique to combine with other fighting styles.
The Blood Demon Art technique used by Akaza is very unique, because he looks like a martial arts expert in general without being seen using a flesh or blood whip (Like a devil in general).