Mistress Centipede consumed the Jewel and used it to increase her power.
In a desperate attempt to stop her, Kagome pulled the arrow from Inuyasha and released him from the spell, after which he quickly dispatched the centipede demon.
Kagome and Inuyasha later met a young orphan and fox demon named Shippō who lost his father by the Thunder Brothers and he express his desire for revenge and even tried stealing Shikon jewel shards from Kagome who begun to like him as a younger brother.
Later Inuyasha and the group found dead bodies at a village where they encountered the wolf-demon tribe's leader Kōga, who got angry when Inuyasha killed his comrades.
Kagome and Shippō were kidnapped by Kōga through a trap.
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.
Kagome's grandpa often made up fake illnesses to excuse Kagome from school to continue her quest with Inuyasha, Miroku, Sango, Kirara and Shippō in the feudal era.
She was often stressed over tests and wanted to go back home to study, though Inuyasha wanted her to stay. Occasionally, though, he followed her to her world, normally causing trouble for Kagome and her family.
In an attempt to locate her house, she came upon the Sacred Tree, upon which she discovered a sleeping white-haired, dog-eared boy sealed by an arrow and overgrown with vines.
Intrigued by his ear, Kagome tugged on them curiously, only to be ambushed by a group of suspicious villagers.
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.
Kagome eventually left her original time to live with Inuyasha as his wife and with her friends.