Later that night, Kagome was with Kaede in the old woman's house, when the village was attacked by Mistress Centipede, still searching for the jewel inside Kagome's body.
Kagome started running towards the forest to divert the centipede demon's attack.
Even when Inuyasha left to go find Kikyō, Kagome still loved Inuyasha, but even when he did leave, he was shown to love Kagome more and have stronger feelings for her, than he did for Kikyō.
The relationship between Inuyasha and Kagome grew stronger throughout the series.
Later Kagome found out that Kōga and other wolf tribe were suffering from the attack of the Birds of Paradise so she agreed to help them.
She was unknowingly born with the legendary Shikon no Tama inside her body until the day of her 15th birthday, when a yōkai pulled her into her family's sacred well, taking her roughly five hundred years back in time Kagome, along with the hanyō Inuyasha, had to recover all the shards of the Jewel before they fall into the evil influence of the evil mastermind Naraku, meeting several allies and enemies in the process. So, Kagome's mother moved her family to the Higurashi Shrine, where Grandpa Higurashi lived.After she had a near-death experience, Shippō's father's pelt protected her with Foxfire while Inuyasha killed the Thunder Brothers, then Shippō joined them as a companion.Followed by Miroku, whose grandfather and father had a cursed wind-tunnel in their right hands which he inherited, who met Kagome and Inuyasha when he attempted to steal the shards from Kagome.After bounding her, they brought her before Kaede, the village priestess, to determine if she was a yōkai or a spy.Kaede not only determined that Kagome was human, but was alarmed by her identical resemblance to her deceased elder sister Kikyō.Mistress Centipede consumed the Jewel and used it to increase her power.