One of the best parts about Jujutsu Kaisen are its characters. It has a large cast, with a variety of personalities and attitudes, and the villains throughout the series are no exception. They are powerful and sinister, each with their own skills and gimmicks that make each of them terrifying. The Shibuya Incident arc will really show fans just how incredible the villains are as they start attacking Gojou Satoru and the other jujutsu wizards.
There are quite a few other villains that haven’t been introduced yet but will definitely challenge the jujutsu sorcerers. The latest episode officially sparked the core events of this season as the villains aim to seal Gojo. Jujutsu Kaisen season 2 episode 8 will witness an all-out war between powerful villains and heroes, with the aim of making the Shibuya arc one of, if not the best , in the series so far.
The mastermind behind the attack, Getou is leading the cursed spirits and curse users against the jujutsu sorcerers. He has been plotting for years on how to eliminate non-witches, and now he has his chance. Although he is primarily a strategist, his abilities are not lacking at all. He can control cursed souls and previously released 2000 souls in Shinjuku and Kyoto. What makes Geto scary is how far he is willing to go to achieve his goals. He loathes the cursed souls for killing his comrades, but is willing to work with them. His devotion to his dream makes him a formidable enemy.
He has a history with Gojo Satoru, as revealed in the Hidden Inventory Arc. As his former best friend, he knows everything about him: his strengths, weaknesses, abilities, and manners. With the combined power of the other villains on this list, Geto will definitely take advantage of his knowledge of Gojo and come up with a plan. Episode 7 of Jujutsu Kaisen season 2 reveals Geto Suguru’s brilliant plan to lure Gojo to Shibuya. There will be more to come from the tactician as the season progresses. He is by far the greatest threat to jujutsu sorcerers despite not being the strongest.
Known as the King of Curses, his strength and power were acknowledged by Gojo, who said he would have a difficult battle against him. While the anime doesn’t reveal much about Sukuna’s cursed techniques beyond his Domain Expansion, it’s clear that there are few rivals in his power. His physical strength is like no other, defeating Megumi with just his bare hands. During Itadori’s resurrection, the two made a pact in which Sukuna would gain control of Itadori’s body for one minute. He has yet to take advantage of this pact – leaving many fans wondering if he will take advantage of it this season.
It will be done
Mahito is the most confusing villain in Jujutsu Kaisen. He took many lives for fun. He has toyed with many people, turning them into monstrous creatures with horrible, unrecognizable bodies, denying them a quick death. Mahito’s ability is one of the scariest in the series.
He can change someone’s body however he sees fit simply by touching them. His abilities also allow him to turn his body into a weapon. He helped Nanami and Itadori, as both of them had previously defeated him in battle. Furthermore, Mahito can use Domain Expansion, a deadly power that can quickly turn the tide of battle in his favor.
Choso is the eldest brother of the Death Warrior trio, the special level that Itadori and Nobara fought at the end of season 1. Not much is known about him or his abilities, only that he is extremely powerful, as acknowledged by Mahito and Mahito. Geto.
Choso is unique, a half-human, half-cursed soul. He’s also on a special level, making his haunting abilities even more of a threat. To add salt to the wound, the death of his two brothers at the hands of witches will motivate him to fight to the best of his ability and avenge them.
Jogo is the most confident and perhaps most arrogant villain in Jujutsu Kaisen. His hatred towards humans knows no bounds, as he has shown his disgust towards them and killed many innocent people. He is extremely cocky, attacking Gojou Satoru despite Geto’s repeated warnings not to do so.
Although arrogant, he is extremely powerful and is considered a special level cursed soul. He mainly uses lava to burn his opponents. Jogo’s physical strength is also outstanding. Like many other terrifying villains in the Shibuya arc, he is proficient in Domain Expansion, automatically making him one of the most powerful spirits in the series.
Another cursed spirit, Hanami, appears in the second half of Jujutsu Kaisen season 1 during the Tokyo and Kyoto Exchange Event. They defeated each student they fought, including first grade Inumaki, Megumi, Kamo, and Maki. It took a combined effort from Todo Aoi and Yuji Itadori to keep them at bay, and it looked like they were going to lose as Hanami prepared to use Domain Expansion. Luckily Gojo Satoru saved them and left Hanami half-dead. Hanami can summon tree roots, shoot shoots that neutralize the opponent’s cursed energy, and one of their arms allows them to absorb energy.
The jujutsu sorcerers have proven themselves to be extremely capable and powerful, and thus, the villains in Jujutsu Kaisen are equally terrifying. Throughout season 1 and the prequel film, the series has shown these villains overcoming incredible fears and facing off against the most powerful witches. Now that the scene is set, the real action can begin. The Shibuya incident arc was the most anticipated and considered by many to be the best. Once all is said and done, this arc will most likely go down as one of the best in shounen anime.
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