The Procreator Of All Extant Demons: Muzan Kibutsuji

From Elegant Villain to Fearsome Leader: Tips, Techniques, and Outfit Essentials for Muzan

Born in the Heian era, Kibutsuji metamorphosed into a demon when he was given a ‘special experimental medicine’ during his sickness. A megalomaniac; he devours inordinate amount of demon flesh to obtain vast strength. He brings into being several other demons by mutating humans through his own blood. Eventually, Muzan founds the Twelve Kizuki which constitutes elite demons that are twelve in number.

His biggest apprehension is morbidity or any sort of peril to his existence, for which Tanjiro Kamado and other demons are in his pursuit. In Muzan’s conclusive battle with Tanjiro, he experiences numerous mutations in his endeavour to attain immortality and become indestructible. However, he is mutilated by the single nemesis of all demons: sunlight. His death terminates the biggest hazard to humanity itself.

Being able to regenerate his wounds, he surpasses his adversaries in any combat. Kibutsuji can shapeshift into a child, a woman, a flesh cocoon, a deformed baby as well as various menacing figures. Endowed with the mighty Blood Demon Arts; he can manipulate his own blood, absorb other demons’ blood and transfer his blood to other demons; all in the name of pure depravity.

Portraying Muzan Kibutsuji: Capturing His Menace and Charisma

  • Mistrustful and paranoid: Muzan is extremely cautious when it comes to his power since he fears getting betrayed.
  • Conceited: Basically, Kibutsuji suffers from God complex which causes him to undervalue his opponents, eventually leading to his ruin. 
  • Ambitious and calculative: By any means possible, he wants to attain and maintain his reign over the world.

Perfecting Muzan’s Look: Key Elements and Styling Tips

  • Dark shades: His wardrobe is ridden with dark colors like black, dark red or purple which personify his wicked nature.
  • Intricate accessorization: Muzan dons ornate embellishments like rings, necklaces or earrings to emphasize his superiority within the demon hierarchy.
  • Overall elegant attire: His attire consists of finely tailored suits or traditional Japanese garments with detailed designs and luxurious fabrics, such as silk or velvet that reinforce his status as a figure of influence.

What Is He Notorious For Saying?

“I haven’t got any punishments. I have been forgiven for killing hundreds of thousands of humans. I haven’t seen God or Buddha for a thousand years.”

“The one thing I hate is ‘change’. Changes in circumstances. Changes in body. Changes in emotion. In most cases, every change is ‘degradation’.”

– Muzan Kibutsuji, Kimetsu No Yaiba

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Written by Garima Saini

A self-professed nihilist with a strong affinity for cinema, literature, fashion, music and all things creative (in that order). Being a neophyte at the art of content-writing, I always endeavor to engender meaning through whatever little opportunity I get in this domain. An aspiring director of motion pictures with a knack for observation, I marry it with creative writing to weave words and concoct worlds of fascination.

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