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The Demon Slayer Season 3 Twitter Leak That Got Fans' Attention

While "Demon Slayer" fans have been hyping the show since Season 1, the anime series seems to continuously outdo itself with each subsequent arc. As if breaking the Japanese record for box office take-home with its "Mugen Train" movie wasn't enough (via Anime News Network), the series seems poised to reach even greater heights in its upcoming third season.

Based on the manga by Koyoharu Gotouge, "Demon Slayer" follows a quartet of young warriors as they join the elite Demon Slayer Corps in hopes of helping to fight off the scourge of demonkind that's spreading ceaselessly over the cityscapes and countrysides of Japan.

As both sides of the conflict continue to take losses, the battle is heating up more than ever for the Swordsmith Village Arc, which will comprise most of Season 3. Of course, those who have already read the manga have spotted yet another reason to be hyped for the latest batch of "Demon Slayer" episodes.

Muzan seems to be gearing up for some next level evil in Season 3

On Twitter, @Shonenleaks shared a tweet elaborating on footage from the latest promotional reel of "Demon Slayer" for 2023. The user highlighted footage of Muzan (Toshihiko Seki/Greg Chun) seemingly addressing the remaining Upper-Rank demons before sending them off to take out the Hashira and the Demon Slayer Corps once and for all. What made the post more notable, though, was that the user shared an accompanying page of the manga, which showed the rest of the scene in question as it originally appeared.

In the full stretch of the panels, Muzan reveals his thoughts regarding change, pining instead for a world where change is ignored in favor of what he calls: "a perfect state... unchanging forever!" While Muzan has already shown himself to be unflinchingly cruel and dangerous even to his allies, it would seem that the back-to-back losses of two of his best demon warriors have enraged the leader more than ever.

"One of the coldest lines in new-gen manga," tweeted @SinzsSzn2. Meanwhile, @beAnsmasss seemed to be even more hyped, writing: "GONNA BE BEST EPISODE IN HISTORY OF ANIME!" While readers of the manga might already know what Muzan has up his sleeve for Season 3 of "Demon Slayer," the rest of us are going to have to wait until the new season begins in April of 2023 to find out.