The epic struggle between the main protagonists and the Upper Moon 6 demons Daki and Gyutaro in Demon Slayer Season 2 has just finished. Before closing the door on the two villains, the anime revealed who Daki and Gyutaro were in the past. Their narrative is shockingly heartbreaking, and it’s a good one to tell.
Gyutaro and Daki are brothers and sisters. They are members of the top moon demon of the sixth rank and are minions of the demon ruler Kibutsuji Muzan. Gyutaro and Daki have a lot of strength being members of the top moon demons. During their responsibilities, they are reported to have killed and devoured at least 20 Hashira.
With the last episode of the second season of Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, Daki and Gyutaro’s extremely dramatic backstories were finally revealed. With that setback came the revelation that they had been dealing with a lot more pain.
Gyutaro and Daki, who were born as a pair of siblings living in the toughest portions of the Yoshiwara District, were born destitute and alone. They reverted back to their fundamental sibling connection in the final episode of the second season of Demon Slayer when the two were on the verge of death.
Gyutaro thought of their lives as humans before everything happened. Gyutaro was mercilessly ridiculed and labeled ugly as a result of their poverty. Inadvertently teaching his little sister all of his aggressive methods, as per Comicbook. In the final episode, Gyutaro must look after Daki, he has promised his sister that they will stay together no matter what.
Daki and Gyutaro’s ending
Dаki and Gyutаro’s final farewell is especially heartbreaking, given how closely they resemble Tаnjiro and Nezuko, but Demon Slayer always offers its villains an emotional farewell.
After arguing and saying harsh things to each other, Daki and Gyutаro dissolve and wind up in what seems to be Hell. One of Gyutаro’s biggest regrets is that Gyutaro raised Daki to be just like him. In a last-ditch effort to persuade Daki to leave the light, Gyutaro pushes Daki away. However, Daki isn’t going to take it.
Gyutaro tried to push Daki away. When he saw her again, this time clothed as Ume rather than Daki, assuming it was his influence that had led her to die so tragically. But Daki refused to let go of him, citing his pledge to never leave her.
Gyutaro clutched to Ume, who cried and clung to him as he carried her down a blazed-out route. In the Upper Moon 6 devils’ final moments onscreen, Daki, now transformed into Ume, is shown gripping her brother’s hand and pleading that they would always be together. They wаlk into the flаmes together even after they die. A happy ending is deserved by both characters, according to Technotrenz.