His compassion and protective nature is especially clear when his actions early in the series are compared to his actions later on. He had straight out told Syaoran in their first world, the Hanshin Republic, that the quest has nothing at all to do with him. In the next world they visit (Koryo Country) however, Kurogane offers his services to help raid the castle of an evil lord, and stays behind in battle to let Syaoran go on ahead. Eventually, he risks a loss in strength to avenge his comrades' "death" (they were of course still alive) by defeating their killer in battle. It is noted that after he finds out Fai and Syaoran are still alive, he lost his passion for the battle.
He obtained a new sword in Ōto called the Souhi (Blue Ice or Pale Ice) and taught Syaoran the skills of sword fighting and sensing attacks from the left. Thanks to Fai, Kurogane can now summon his sword from his right hand in a similar way to Syaoran in case Mokona is not there to give him his sword.
|Tsubasa Chronicle||Season 1||TV||26||7.74||7.77|
|Tsubasa Chronicle: Tori Kago no Kuni no Himegimi||Movie 1||Movie||1||7.77||7.82|
|Tsubasa Chronicle 2nd Series||Season 2||TV||26||7.74||7.77|
|CLAMP in Wonderland 2||Music||1||8.26||8.38|
|Tsubasa Chronicle: Tokyo Revelations||OVA 1||OVA||3||8.41||8.49|
|Tsubasa Chronicle: Shunraiki||OVA 2||OVA||2||8.17||8.26|
Clamp no Kiseki Chess Piece - Set 11: Black Knight Kurogane Chess Piece
PVC, ABS, Kodansha
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