The Beast of Yasha Crag

The Beast of Yasha Crag is an anime episode of Baki the Grappler that was released on 01/22/2001
  Baki Hanma mets his friend   Keechi Ando at his cabin in the woods. He tells him how he lost the match to  Yuri Chakovsky. Ando tells baki to stay with him for a month and he will make him strong enough to defeat Yuri.  Ando also tell Baki he needs to eat more to get more strength.  Back at home   Kaoru Hanayama  is actively looking for Baki to challenge him. Baki tells Ando he wants to spend one night at the cave of  the beast of Yasha Crag. Ando tells Baki nobody who has faced the beast has lived. Regardless Baki spends the night at the entrance  to the cave. Later that night  The Yasha Ape  apears and almost kills Baki but he is saved by Ando. Baki manage to set the beast on fire but not before he brutally mangled Ando. Baki calls for Ando to get  Airlifted to the nearest hospital so they can treat his wounds. Baki then begins to  Physical Training like Ando taught him.  Baki pushes himself until he starts to get an  Endorphin rush, from that moment on he pushes himself beyond his limit.

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Baki Hanma ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Yuri Chakovsky ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Hitoshi Kuriyagawa ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Kaoru Hanayama ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Emi Akezawa ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
Keechi Ando ( x ) ( x ) ( x )
The Yasha Ape ( x ) ( x ) ( x )


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Keisuke Itagaki Original Concept Famous for creating Baki the Grappler. Before becoming an artist he serve in the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force.He also holds a degree in Shorinji Kempo, and has competed in the National Sports Festival of Japan.


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