Inuyasha - The Movie 3: La spada del dominatore del mondo
Eiga Inuyasha: Tenka Hadō no Ken
Инуяша: Меч контролирующий мир
InuYasha the Movie: Swords of an Honorable Ruler
InuYasha the Movie: Swords of World Conquest
|Type:||Movie (1 episodes), 100 min|
20 December, 2003 -
Slice of Life
|Weighed:||7.97 (32 votes)|
Summary:The film opens with events that happened at InuYasha's birth. The suitor Takemaru kills Izayoi just before InuYasha's father arrives. InuYasha's father, still injured from his battle with Ryūkotsusei, arrives and resurrects Izayoi, telling her to escape with their son, whom he names as InuYasha and gives her the red Fire Rat Armor to protect them from the burning palace. Presumably, InuYasha's father died in the burning down of the castle.
In the present era, Kagome's grandfather comes by with a sword which he calls a "national treasure"; as Grandpa is about to put it in the storehouse for "safe keeping", Kagome's younger brother goes over to the sword, and it speaks. The sword is So'unga, the sword of hell, and it possesses a connection to InuYasha's father. It tried to possess InuYasha, but InuYasha tried his best to resist being controlled and finally brings the sword back to the past, but in the process unleashes the deadly powers the sword holds on an evacuated village.
Sesshomaru is also alerted of the presence of So'unga, and he follows the scent to find that InuYasha is in possession of the sword. The two of them duel and at a crucial moment, Kagome saves the day and forces the So'unga to release InuYasha from its grasp. It finds a new demon host and recovers Sesshomaru's lost left arm, then revives Takemaru and subsequently possess him, aiming to take revenge on InuYasha and Sesshomaru. Both InuYasha and Sesshomaru have reasons to defeat Takemaru so they go into battle. During the battle Kagome and Rin are kidnapped. Both of the brothers take off to protect the girls. InuYasha manages to defeat Takemaru just as Takemaru realizes InuYasha's mother wanted him to live and that he loved her. InuYasha used his human traits to defeat Takemaru.
So'unga was the third sword that InuYasha's father possessed. Individually, it was stronger than either the Tenseiga or the Tetsuseiga. As they dueled they managed to combine their attacks and destroy So'unga, causing the sword to fall into the pit of hell. At the end, InuYasha and Sesshomaru see their father as he thanks them for destroying the sword.
After the end credits, InuYasha and Kagome both lay on a hill, and then Kagome tells InuYasha that she thought Sesshomaru didn't like people, and InuYasha replied that he didn't care at all. Meanwhile Kagome remembered something: InuYasha's enchanted beads. Kagome ordered InuYasha to sit up and close his eyes, and told him that she had a nice surprise for him. While his eyes were closed, Kagome placed his enchanted beads around his neck. Suddenly InuYasha realised that the "nice" surprise was actually the enchanted beads. InuYasha told Kagome to take them off, but Kagome refused to because she didn't want InuYasha running off again. Kagome then tells InuYasha to sit very sweetly which causes InuYasha to fall on the ground and the screen goes black, ending the movie.
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