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spider hanyō who was born from the human Onigumo and various other yōkai, and the primary antagonist of the InuYasha series. He was directly responsible for the death of Kikyō and the seal placed on Inuyasha, and for nearly all the other character's misery, something that he enjoyed. Naraku desired the Shikon no Tama, a jewel that would be able to grant him near-invincibility should he acquire all the pieces of it. He desired the jewel to purge his half-human self from his body, and enhance his strength even further. Close to the end of the story, Naraku gained all Shikon Jewel shards and made the Shikon no Tama whole again which resulted in Naraku fully transforming himself into a spider yōkai shortly before his defeat and death by Inuyasha's hands.
It was revealed near the end of the series that Naraku had actually been a pawn of the Demon of the Shikon no Tama all along, which manipulated him in order to assure the Jewel continued existence. Goddess of Eternal Night") was a yōkai who absorbed a celestial being, known from the popular Japanese classic The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter as Princess Kaguya (かぐや姫, "Kaguya-hime"). Kaguya took on both the maiden's name and her physical appearance and even began referring to herself as a celestial being, even though she was technically still a demon. She also gained the celestial maiden's powers, increasing Kaguya's own strength greatly. However, the cornerstone of her power, the Celestial Robe, was stolen by a passerby while she was bathing in a spring. Enraged, Kaguya began to revenge herself by killing nearby villagers. This attracted the attention of the monk Miyatsu. Miyatsu sealed Kaguya within her own mirror and placed it in a shrine in the Forest of Illusion.
Takemaru no Setsuna (Takemaru of Setsuna) was a jealous human Samurai lord who fell in love with Inuyasha's mother, Izayoi who was, at the time, in love with Tōga and pregnant with their son. His jealousy became so great that he attempted to take her life and impaled her while she was in labor with Inuyasha. When Tōga came to save her, Takemaru appeared before the daiyōkai warrior and attempted to take him on but, his challenge was easily brushed aside, costing him his left arm. Not wanting to let the Inu daiyōkai take Izayoi away, Takemaru ordered his soldiers to immediately burn down the mansion. Takemaru's attempt to keep her for himself was in vain, as the daiyōkai utilized Tenseiga to revive Izayoi, giving her the Robe of the Fire-Rat. Takemaru then approached Tōga with the intention of fighting him to the death, even going so far as saying that they shall "journey together into the netherworld". Tōga simply replied with the word "Inuyasha". Initially surprised by what he said, Tōga told Takemaru that it was the infant's name, to which Izayoi accepted, and escaped under Tōga's orders while he used Sō'unga's Dragon Twister as he fought the desperate Takemaru to the death. Both Takemaru and Tōga are killed when the castle collapsed on them.
Zero is the elder sister of Lord Kirinmaru who informed her brother of the prophecy the Shikon Jewel had predicted, that he would meet his demise at the hands of beings that are neither human nor demon and an impossible entity surpassing time itself.As such she wants Sesshōmaru and Rin's half-demon twin daughters, and Inuyasha and Kagome Higurashi's quarter-demon daughter dead to prevent the prophecy's fulfillment.
Daiyōkai that rules over the eastern lands and the main antagonist of Hanyō no Yashahime. After the death of Tōga, the ruler of the west, as well as his eldest son Sesshōmaru refusing to inherit his title, Kirinmaru plans to distort time itself and swallow the world into a dark age with the assistance of his most trusted servants, the Shikyō, and their own underlings.