Demoura is either an incomplete Arrancar or one that never learned how (or cared how) to seal his power in the form of a Zanpakutō, as Aisslinger Wernarr stated that they had abandoned Human forms for greater power. Demoura maintains features that give him the appearance of an hybrid between a disproportionately large, deformed Human and a Hollow. Demoura has dark skin, with the remains of his Hollow mask covering the top of his face. He also has two strange linear emblems between his red eyes and an enormous and deformed jaw. Demoura tends to walk stooped because of his long arms which brush the ground as if he were an ape. He also has black hair and a dread-locked hairstyle with several ornaments and outstanding earrings at the end of these. He wears a cross shape earring on his left ear. Underneath his mask, he has two lines tattooed down his cheeks. His Arrancar hakama is simple and similar to the ones of most Arrancar.
Demoura's intelligence is to be very limited, confined to showing aggressiveness typical of Hollows.
Hueco Mundo arc
Demoura is the first enemy Ichigo Kurosaki, Uryū Ishida, and Yasutora Sado face upon their arrival to Hueco Mundo. They cross the gorge and appear in a passage guarded by Demoura, and he pursues them to a large room with some stairs, where his companion Aisslinger Wernarr short steps Uryū and revealed that it was a simple but effective ambush.
Demoura hits the ground with his fist trying to reach Uryū and rebuked Aisslinger's commentary about his lack of intelligence. They later affirm that they abandoned their Human forms in order to increase their own powers. While his companion Aisslinger was engaged in battle with Chad, Demoura puts Uryū in trouble since Demoura's attack focuses on the spiritual energy around his hands, making it impossible for Uryū the use of his Reishi Heishō weapons, and limiting him to dodge the attacks of the Arrancar. However, Uryū and Chad are able to deceive them by exchanging opponents. Chad succeeds Uryū and then tips a tremendous punch, breaking Demoura's mask, and impacts him against the wall by the force of his punch.
Chad mocks Demoura's appearance without his mask and then renews the attack with another punch, but the Arrancar emerges and does not accept his defeat. He decides to use his most powerful attack by shooting his own tongue as a projectile against Chad, but Chad stops the attack after falling back a few meters and leaves the Arrancar stunned.
The Human uses his new special attack El Directo and hits Demoura, who falls to the ground defeated while Uryū and his Ginrei Kōjaku end the fight with Aisslinger. Then, the room starts to crumble and they stated that it is because if they fall, the walls will fall with them, but Ichigo, Uryū, and Chad were aimed at the stairs of the hall at the time. After the room collapses, Demoura dies along his companion Aisslinger.
Powers & Abilities
Lengua Tronco (舌柱砲(レングア・トロンコ), Rengua Toronko; Spanish for "Tongue Trunk", Japanese for "Tongue Pillar Gun"): Demoura has the ability to extend his large tongue over long distances at ramming speed.
- Demoura, along with Aisslinger, is featured in the pin-up page of Chapter 278, alongside the Privaron Espada (plus Aaroniero Arruruerie). It is also revealed that his hair accessories are in fact gold in color (though the anime portrayed them being silver).
- Demoura is portrayed in his first appearance in the anime as having red tattoos on his face, but is later seen having pale purple tattoos.
- (To Aisslinger Wernarr) "AIIISS! You bastard, dun talk like I'mma only dummy!"
- (To Aisslinger Wernarr) "Aisslinger! Shut your face! Stop actin' like you're all high and mighty and smarter than me!"
- Bleach Official Character Book 2 Masked, character file 65
- Bleach manga; Chapter 244, page 4
- Bleach manga; Chapter 242, pages 7-9
- Bleach manga; Chapter 242, page 4
- Bleach manga; Chapter 243, pages 12-15
- Bleach manga; Chapter 243, page 23
- Bleach manga; Chapter 243, pages 24-25
- Bleach manga; Chapter 244, pages 1-3
- Bleach manga; Chapter 244, page 6
- Bleach manga; Chapter 242, page 14
- Bleach anime; Episode 144
- Bleach manga; Chapter 243, pages 20-22
- Bleach manga; Chapter 278, pages 2-3
- Bleach manga; Chapter 242, page 11