Character sourced from: Anime


CBUB Wins: 20
CBUB Losses: 12
Win Percentage: 62.50%

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Official Site: Sunrise Entertainment

The characters from the InuYasha manga and anime series were created by Rumiko Takahashi. Most of the series takes place in a fictional version of Japan's Warring States period with occasional time-travel/flashback elements to modern Tokyo or the Heian period. The setting and plot incorporate many elements of traditional Japanese folklore and religion; its main characters (both protagonists and antagonists) include a Shinto miko, a Buddhist monk, and several types of yōkai (usually rendered as "demon" in English-language translations of the series).

The titular character, InuYasha, is a half-demon who leads one of several competing groups in search of the Jewel of Four Souls, or "Shikon Jewel", a magical artifact that greatly enhances supernatural powers even in fragmentary form. He is aided in his quest by Kagome Higurashi, a girl from 20th-century Tokyo who is the reincarnation of Kikyo, a powerful miko entangled by InuYasha's tragic past. Their enemy, Naraku, instigated the original conflict between InuYasha and Kikyo and continues to manipulate many other characters throughout the series.

According to interviews with the author, the style for InuYasha's clothing was based on "priest's garb" of Japan's Warring States period. The series was conceptualized as a "hakama story" historical drama, a genre which Takahashi had not yet attempted as an entire series; she described the initial concept as "a melodrama, something with a strong storyline" with less focus on comedy than many of her previous series such as Ranma 1/2 and Urusei Yatsura.

InuYasha himself was envisioned as "someone who hates to lose", a complex character with "a tense and conflicted personality" rather than being "cheerful and refreshingly straightforward." In contrast, Takahashi wanted "to show [her] readers that InuYasha's opponents are this bad and do these kinds of things to gain their understanding of his actions" and "portray what InuYasha is really angry at, not just that someone is no good because they are evil." She originally planned to make Jakotsu a woman to give the Band of Seven "more diversity" but changed her mind, saying, "when I started thinking about it, I didn't feel comfortable having InuYasha fight and defeat a girl."

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Regular play Record:

Result Opponent A Score   B Score
Win Ichigo Kurosaki 65 to 42
Loss Ghost Rider (D.Ketch) 26 to 72
Win Jerry Mouse 57 to 43
Win Violator 52 to 36
Win Hero 58 to 24
Win Yusuke Urameshi 53 to 49
Win Stitch 60 to 53
Loss Illidan Stormrage 41 to 53
Win Donovan Baine 64 to 31
Win Kraven the Hunter 46 to 32
Win Angel 69 to 41
Win Nightmare (Marvel) 43 to 37
Win Haseo 57 to 45
Loss Vegeta 15 to 64
Loss Cloud Strife 28 to 76
Win Demon Eyes Kyo 65 to 44
Loss Guts the Black Swordsman 34 to 60
Win Jin (Samurai Champloo) 70 to 26
Loss Dante 31 to 50
Loss Ichigo Kurosaki 51 to 54
Win Ichigo Kurosaki 51 to 42
Win Naruto Uzumaki 48 to 39
Loss Doctor Who 52 to 53
Loss Samurai Jack 31 to 48
Win Ranma Saotome 44 to 30
Win Akatsuki (Naruto) 23 to 15
Loss Ichigo Kurosaki 6 to 7
Loss Ashley J. Williams 10 to 20
Win Arsene Lupin III 10 to 4
Win Sabretooth 14 to 3
Win Albert Wesker 10 to 7
Loss Thor (Marvel) 3 to 17