This season’s blockbuster hit, Tokyo Revengers, has swept the anime industry. Takemichi Hanagaki is the protagonist of Tokyo Revengers. His life is unremarkable and pointless. He works a demeaning part-time job and lives in a filthy flat. Everything changes when he finds out that Hinata Tachibana, a girl he dated in middle school, and her brother Naoto were killed by the Tokyo Manji Gang. Almost fatally, Takimichi was shoved in front of a train. But rather than perish, he is whisked back in time to prevent Naoto’s death. When they return to the present, Takemichi and Naoto learn that he can use his time travel abilities to save his sister. He decides to return to Tokyo Manji and destroy it. In my opinion, Tokyo Revengers handled this plot perfectly. Incredible people are included in this group. One of them, Ken Ryuguji or Draken, seems doomed to die no matter what Takemichi does.
Who is Draken in Tokyo Revengers?
Draken serves as the Tokyo Manji Gang’s vice president. He’s a violent man who thrives on conflict. He is nasty to people he thinks are beneath him and enjoys challenging opponents who are equal to the task. Draken is likewise very cautious with Mikey, the gang’s leader. Despite his untamed nature, Draken is more level-headed and sensible than Mikey. He is sensitive to the need for courtesy and the weight of responsibility. Draken, like many other Tokyo Revengers, is incredibly compassionate but struggles to express it. Draken’s kindness is shown by carrying Mikey when he falls asleep, feeding him, and more.
Tokyo Revengers concludes with Draken’s death
Since Tokyo Revengers’ initial time jump, Takemichi has tried to save Draken. But it appears that Draken’s fate is already decided, despite his best attempts. Takemichi discovers that Draken was stabbed during a fight during a one-time jump. Takemichi prevented further injury when he was stabbed. Back in the present, in his mundane old life, he finds out that Draken still passed away. But as Tokyo Revengers, Draken did perish from the blood loss caused by the gunshot wound he received from the Rokuhara Tandai.
Draken heard a story about a hit on Takemichi when he was on a date with Senju. Members of Rokuhara Tandai fired a second shot at Takemichi after missing him with the first. Instead of protecting Takemichi, Draken stood in front of him and took the deadly blow. In Tokyo Revengers Chapter 224, paramedics verified Draken’s death. Senju had Takimichi and Draken leave the location because the gunshot had drawn people. They all took off, fleeing, but Draken stood his ground and eventually collapsed on the floor. Together, Takemichi and Senju quickly reached out for assistance.
As soon as assistance arrived, they were informed that it was too late to save Draken. Takemichi was desperate to save his family in Tokyo Revengers. Draken was either already dead or about to die in any timeline Takemichi visited with the Tokyo Revengers. Takemichi felt helpless and couldn’t save him. Since Tokyo Revengers, Draken’s fate has been sealed.