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Unfortunately, due to the fact that they’re demons, this was the first time they’ve had to deal with one. Dustin charged forward, swinging his spiked ball at the demon’s head. However, it dodged the

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Question: can you improve and continue this story: (This is based of “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba”) Chapter 1. Fly In A Web Running. That’s what Jaxon was doing throughout the forest, searching for the demon that had eaten an entire battalion of demon slayers. They were only Kinoe though, the lowest rank of demon slayer. Unfortunately, this meant that he had to deal with it, and it was fairly annoying for him, especially since he could be doing other things, like having the dumplings in Sakido. The refreshing taste of his favorite beef dumplings, straight from the bamboo cooker made his mouth water with delight. However, his Tsuguko (The person who trains under the highest rank of demon slayer, a Hashira) was with him, along with three other hashira. His Tsuguko’s name was Riley, and the hashira that came with him’s names were Dustin, Myles & Audrey. Jaxon used the breathing style of sun breathing & Riley learned under him, learning sun breathing. Dustin wielded a spiked ball & an ax, while the others used a standard Nichirin Katana. The only two ways to kill a demon are to cut off their head with a Nichirin, or exposing them to sunlight. Myles used the breathing style of wind, while Audrey utilized water breathing.

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Chapter 2: Of Shadows and Sunlight Unceasingly, Jaxon and his crew charted the treacherous terrain through the Dim Forest, its ominous shadows only broken by thin fractures of sunlight. Who knew that such an unthinkable terror lurked deep within these peaceful woods, testing their mettle? Despite the urgency, Jaxon permitted himself a brief moment to admire the intricate dance of the sun piercing through the forest canopy, reminding him of his unique sun breathing style. Sun breathing - the original and most potent among all breathing styles, making him a force to reckon with even among the Hashira. Right beside him, ever eager, was Riley, his Tsuguko, armed with the same sun breathing style. Her commitment and courage were admirable, especially considering this was her first real test against a formidable beast who had already devoured many. Nevertheless, she had taken this mission head-on; a true mark of a promising Demon Slayer in the making. Dustin, with his unconventional weapons of a spiked ball and an axe, brought a unique blend of brute strength and cunning. His ability to adapt swiftly to new circumstances was something Jaxon deeply respected. The combined power of the Hashira, Myles and Audrey, with their distinct mastery of wind and water breathing styles respectively, completed the formidable team. The wind and water, spiked ball and axe, sun breathers - an eclectic mix converging for a single purpose. They were more than just a team; they were a synergistic force pitted against the menace that lay ahead. Their objective? To sever the demon's head with their Nichirin Blades or to lure it into the sunlight, either of which would be a death sentence to the creature. For a demon, there are only two ways to the grave—by Nichirin or by sunlight. Yet this task wasn't devoid of challenge, nor was it without trepidation. As the reality of their mission settled, the refreshing taste of the beloved beef dumplings seemed a world away from the present circumstances. But Jaxon knew better; fear is as toxic to warriors as sunlight is to demons. And so onward they pressed, holding fast to their mission, to their determination... and perhaps, the distant promise of dumplings after victory.

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Oct. 29, 2023, 4:18 a.m.

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Published: Sunday, October 29, 2023

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