In the anime and manga, Pochita is a powerful demon. He used to be a demon who terrified other demons. He could kill hundreds of them all at once and was regarded as the strongest demon in the world. The manga reveals more of Pochita’s story.
Makima’s dominance in Pochita
Makima has a heightened sense of smell. She can recognize different people by smell, and she is capable of using her sense of smell to overpower her enemies. She is also very strong physically, and she can defeat Pochita without any subordinates. She has been seen using her scent to detect Pochita in other humans.
Makima and the Chainsaw Man were once friends, and in the first issue, Makima and the Chainsaw Man fight. But Makima is unfazed by the Chainsaw Man’s dominance. She often makes calculated moves, and once even forced the Chainsaw Man to change into Pochita!
The introduction of Denji’s new life with Makima and Pochita is a crucial part of the series. Makima’s influence over Denji’s character is also important. Denji grew up in squalor with Pochita, and their relationship became one that was important to Denji. The two fell in love, and Makima promised them a romantic relationship if Denji obeyed her.
Makima’s dominance is rooted in a long history of power. He is also very protective of his family, and has been known to sacrifice his own life for his friends. In addition to his dominance in Pochita, he has been involved in multiple battles with other demons.
The Devil Hunters series has an antagonist that is a powerful devil named Makima. He is also a lover of the Chainsaw Man, and wants to take Denji under his control to achieve his goals. His dominance in Pochita makes him a dangerous foe for humans and fiends alike.
Makima’s demon name is Shihai (Zhi Pei), and is a Japanese translation of Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. His name could also mean “Conquest Devil.” In the third movie, Makima uses his demon powers to battle the Devil of Arms. The final battle with Chainsaw Man was based on the Shinobu-Araragi battle in Kizumonogatari III. Makima’s apartment also contains a painting of Lucifer, which is reminiscent of Gustav Dore’s illustration of Paradise Lost.
Makima’s plot to void contract with Pochita
The first part of Makima’s plot to void her contract with Pochita concerns Denji. Denji, who was once a captive, was found by Makima while she was out on a mission. She took him to her home and gave him a new life. However, while Makima was trying to save Denji, she accidentally opened a mysterious door that Makima had been warned not to open. This door was said to be the last barrier between devils in their primal form and the outside world. It was also believed that Pochita had refrained from opening the door to avoid triggering the untamable beast form of the Chainsaw Devil.
Makima had been sent by the USSR to kill Denji and claim Pochita’s heart. After a brief interaction, Makima was accidentally killed by Denji, but he recovered after his death and was brainwashed by Makima to serve her.
Despite being a human, Makima is actually a Control Devil. She has the ability to control anything and everyone and is able to control even the top officers of the Devil Association. As she gains control over people, her power grows stronger. The basic way humans win over others is through control. The only problem is that Makima doesn’t use any of the devil’s power. In fact, she is the Devil herself.
Makima’s plot to void the contract with Pochita also involves the manipulation of Denji by making him become Chainsaw Man. This will completely erase all memory and knowledge about devils. Denji may use these powers to hunt out devils who are out of control.
Another character that Makima contracts is the Gun Devil. This devil has the ability to kill anyone in one bite and can also control intangible entities. In addition to killing humans, it can also kill ghosts and other undead creatures. Aside from being a devil, he can also infect other people.
Pochita’s regenerative abilities
When in her devil form, Pochita is extremely powerful, and her regenerative abilities make her a powerful fighter. However, she is also more violent and erratic than usual, causing her to kill anyone who expresses hostility to her. In one episode, Pochita murdered several employees of a Burger Shop, and her intestine scarf allowed her to carry Kobeni around without being noticed. She also attacked a Quanxi hybrid and decapitated it.
Pochita’s regenerative powers can be activated by consuming blood. The last time Pochita was in danger of dying, he offered blood to Pochita, who then revived from his heart. Moreover, the regenerative powers of the Chainsaw Devil should allow him to revive in hell after death. In fact, the Devil is nearly immortal.
Pochita can also possess Denji’s body and then return to his original form, although he has killed her at least 26 times while in this state. In this form, Pochita remembers all of Denji’s dreams, and tries to fulfill the contract with the hybrid.
In the final battle, Pochita kills Makima several times, but Denji loves Makima, and interrupts the regenerative abilities of Makima by feeding on the Blood Devil’s body. Moreover, the Blood Devil’s blood has regenerative properties.
Power can manipulate the blood within her body, as well as those of others. She can use her voice to command devils that she contracted with. She has also shown that she can transfer the voice of another human to another body. She can also manipulate blood to save or heal someone.
Pochita’s regenerative powers have dramatically increased over the years. She has increased her blood speed, durability, and manipulation abilities. These abilities allow her to resist Makima’s control over her blood. In this way, she is able to heal herself even after suffering a serious injury.
Pochita’s relationship with Denji
Pochita is a mysterious devil who does not react to humans. However, he has a special relationship with Denji. He communicates with him through his barks. Pochita speaks to Denji once he has fused with him, which means that he cares about him and is concerned about his well-being.
Pochita looks like a weak and cute devil. In fact, his true form is a red or orange dog. This means that he will appear orange in the anime. However, Pochita isn’t the only devil in the series. He has many other demons that follow him. This makes him even more dangerous. Denji and Pochita’s relationship is more complicated than it initially appears.
Pochita becomes part of Denji’s body and heart. This allows Denji to transform into Chainsaw Man by pulling the chainsaw cord in his chest. In addition to becoming Chainsaw Man, Denji and Pochita also form a contract. Denji must prove to Pochita that his dreams have not been destroyed, or else he will be killed.
Denji and Makima’s relationship is an asymmetrical one. Denji’s obsession with Makima is the reason why he tries to protect her, while Makima views Denji as an animal that she can use for her own purposes. The two were once rivals in a fight, but now, they are partners instead of rivals.
Pochita’s relationship with Denikin grew over the course of the series. The two were once in love, but now, their love lives on as a symbiotic one. As a result, Pochita became Denji’s new heart, transforming him into a human-devil hybrid. The two are destined to remain together for a long time.
Pochita’s first contract with Denji involves eating blood, which will allow Denji to pay his debts. However, Pochita will have no desire to kill humans for the rest of his life. In return, Denji will have to sacrifice a certain number of people to become a hybrid.
Denji and Power have a similar relationship. Though neither is romantic, the two are very protective of each other. They protected each other while fighting the Darkness Devil in Hell. Power also agreed to help the hunt for the Gun Devil because of his desire to help Denji.