Season 2 Episode 13

The Deadly Trap of Kagura, The Wind Sorceress!

Aired Saturday 11:00 PM Aug 28, 2003 on Cartoon Network
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While Miroku and Sango fight Naraku's demon puppet, Inuyasha and Koga continue their deadly battle, with Kagura planning to kill the winner.

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  • Nice show to watch, very entertaining.

    Nice show to watch, very entertaining. Inuyasha and koga continue fighting when koga releases the final blow to inuyashas chest. When koga thought that he had advenge his conrads. The lady with the fan told him him that it was she that slaughter his conrads and that it was a trap. Than she summons his conrads which are zombies after koga which koga started destroying the conrads. The lady told him about the jewel shard in his right arm was poison. Inuyahsa came back up to fight the lady with the fan and did a wind scar on her and almost killed her.moreless
  • Ahhh, he killed him! J/k

    It's hilarious. That was my reaction when Koga broke Inuyasha's arm and he was lying on the ground. I was a wreck and almost burst into tears (very close to doing so). It's been possibly five months since I've seen it and it was so obvious that he'd recover from the attacks. Took me by surprise I guess.

    Anyway, this one is just full of action and suspense. Kinda makes me hate Koga a bit cuz he nearly killed Inuyasha... but then again, with Kagome's loyalty to him, it's kind of impossible for me to take that route. Koga's awesome. Heh, it was almost fitting for Inuyasha to hack his arm off since he did the same to Sesshomaru and that's typical of him. Definitely one of the most exciting fight scenes yet.moreless
  • Not the greatest, but certainly not the worst either.

    Kagura is totally totally awesome. The idea of Naraku having an unwilling yet still obedient servant had definite possibilites for exploitation, which I do believe recurs later in the show.

    Anyway, nice display of Koga's fighting skills, really great piece with him fighting Inuyasha. Main focus on them, the others are kind of left out of that but once again it all falls into its rightful places.

    Koga only just facing Naraku now is something of a two way in the show. On the one hand its excellent to see Naraku's deception played out in front of your eyes and not just flashbacks. On the other hand, it is sort of easier for everyone to already come in hating Naraku. All in all, I'm glad for the change that they've decided to do for this episode, feul for future exploitations and motives and whatnot.

    Alright lines, nothing spectacular but still great episode, it opens up lots of possibilities for the future.moreless
Scott McNeil

Scott McNeil

Koga (E)

Recurring Role

Janyse Jaud

Janyse Jaud

Kagura (E)

Recurring Role

Taiki Matsuno

Taiki Matsuno

Koga (J)

Recurring Role

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