This piece of Inuyasha x Ayame and InuAya next-generation fan art collage, which is my twenty-fifth submission for this year’s InuAya month, is dedicated to all of the wonderful InuAya shippers of the world who would love to see how this mighty canine yokai warrior power couple’s offspring would look like. Sit back, relax, and revel in Inuyasha’s and Ayame’s growth in offspring throughout the six years I have been drawing this power couple and their family.

It is common knowledge that I have been the most loyal Inuyasha x Ayame partisan since I was a 14-year-old eighth grader in 2006, when I possessed visceral contempt against certain canon couples that Inuyasha and Ayame had, until the present day as a soon-to-be 32-year-old man about to finish my Master’s in American Studies degree in my university. Yes, I did start drawing Inuyasha x Ayame, let alone remained loyal to it, when I was a 17 going on 18-year-old youth about to finish my third year of high school in 2010. However, my first attempt of drawing this pairing and their sons, Kenta and Keita, was rubbish. Fast-forward to 2018 that I started to get the hang of drawing Inuyasha x Ayame and their mighty family. Yes, I made them start having five children, with Kenta and Keita being the eldest twin sons, Kaito being the younger son, Momoko being the younger daughter, and Maya being the youngest. However, my passion for InuAya grew to the point where I ended up drawing nine more children for this power couple. Since I continued the InuAya content, they now have a grand total of fourteen children.

In the six years I have been drawing Inuyasha and Ayame as a mighty power couple, I have always insisted that their progeny would be just as super-strong, dedicatedly determined, and formidably fierce as their parents are. I even once toyed with the idea of Ayame being in a lovingly conjugal relationship with both Inuyasha and Sesshoumaru to the point where I made Dai, Roku, Rin, and Shiori among the other young characters in the show also be their children. However, that plan was completely unrealistic, and I made Sesshoumaru be a fiercely protective single father to Asagi, Dai, Roku, Kai, Shion, Moegi, Rin, Shiori, Kanna, Satsuki, Bunza, Shinta, Souten, and Ai. This resulted in me being content with Inuyasha and Ayame remaining together forever with seven strong sons in Masataka, Masaya, Masaru, Kenta, Keita, Kazuhiko, and Kaito and seven determined daughters in Kiriko, Momoko, Makoto, Mikoto, Maya, Minako, and Meika. Kiriko’s design was also conceptualized by one of my great friends MythicalPotat when she commenced her design-a-fankid post, which I participated in. I want to thank her so much for her design for Kiriko and for having her be a part of my InuAya family in my AU headcanon. When all is said and done, I could not have been any happier making Inuyasha and Ayame go the direction of having fourteen mighty children and the appreciation I always have in store for them.

I am still astounded that I went from having Inuyasha and Ayame be parents to five children to a total of fourteen children. However, since I have been a big fan of the number seven and any number divisible by that number, I ended up going for the big fourteen for Inuyasha and Ayame. Masataka, Masaya, and Masaru are the super-strong eldest triplet sons renowned for their virility and super-strength as weightlifters, wrestlers, and bodybuilders. Kenta and Keita are the magnificently muscular second-born muscle twin sons famed for putting their bulging muscles on show by having bodybuilding pose-downs, weightlifting contests, and wrestling matches. Kazuhiko and Kaito are the courageous third-born twin sons acclaimed for their super-strength and valiant virility in weightlifting, bodybuilding, and wrestling. Kiriko is the rambunctiously tomboyish Nak Muay Ying Farang fourth-born daughter. Momoko, Makoto, and Mikoto are the dedicated Nak Muay Ying Farang fifth-born triplet daughters. Maya and Minako are the fierce kickboxer sixth-born twin daughters. Meika is the spirited kickboxer seventh-born and youngest daughter. In Inuyasha’s and Ayame’s defence, they would be the warrior couple who would have high aspirations of starting a powerful family, considering their roles as the Northern Yoro Tribe’s mighty leaders and powerful combatants. Furthermore, Inuyasha’s magnificent muscles, super-strength, and victorious virility as a bodybuilder, wrestler, and weightlifter in Ancient Greek Wrestling, Pankration, Ssireum, Lutte Traditionelle, and Kapu Kuialua are integrated by Masataka, Masaya, Masaru, Kenta, Keita, Kazuhiko, and Kaito, while Ayame’s furious fists, fleet feet, eviscerating elbows, and knockout knees as a Nak Muay Ying Farang, boxer, and kickboxer specializing in Muay Thai, Kyuk Too Ki, Pradal Serey, Muay Lerdrit, and Muay Lao are integrated by Kiriko, Momoko, Makoto, Mikoto, Maya, Minako, and Meika. Therefore, Inuyasha and Ayame are overjoyed and blessed to be parents to these fourteen exceptionally formidable and super-strong warriors.

I hope you all enjoyed this, and I will see you in the next InuAya month submission. Take care, stay safe, and always show your appreciation for Inuyasha and Ayame as a power couple and their amazing progeny, everybody.

Inuyasha, Ayame, Dai, Roku, Rin, and Shiori from Inuyasha belong to Rumiko Takahashi and Sunrise.

Masataka, Masaya, Masaru, Kenta, Keita, Kazuhiko, Kaito, Kiriko, Momoko, Makoto, Mikoto, Maya, Minako, and Meika belong to me.

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