Not Gojo or Yuta, 1 Jujutsu Kaisen Character Had the Potential to Surpass the Biggest Cursed Challenges

Yuta and Gojo would have been surpassed by Suguru Geto if he were more smart and precise.

Not Gojo or Yuta, 1 Jujutsu Kaisen Character Had the Potential to Surpass the Biggest Cursed Challenges

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  • Jujutsu Kaisen has some of the best-written characters of the new generation.
  • Suguru Geto had the potential to surpass the likes of Gojo Satoru.
  • His cursed technique was very broken and if he were to wield it properly, he could have been the strongest jujutsu sorcerer.
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Jujutsu Kaisen is probably the greatest new generation of anime, and the sales record, as well as the size of the fanbase, speak for it. In Gege Akutami’s magnum opus, the strongest sorcerer is Gojo Satoru, and the one with the closest potential to surpass Gojo is second-year student Yuta.

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Suguru Geto from Jujutsu Kaisen
Suguru Geto from Jujutsu Kaisen

However, Geto could have surpassed them if it were not for his inevitable death. His cursed technique, which is none other than cursed spirit manipulation, was one of the most overpowering cursed techniques, and we got a glimpse of its full potential in the series’ latest episode.

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Geto Suguru could have been the most broken character, surpassing the likes of Gojo and Yuta in Jujutsu Kaisen

Jujutsu Kaisen has one of the best casts in anime, and each character is written very carefully, is well crafted, and plays a pivotal role in the story.

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In the story, the strongest sorcerer of the current era is Gojo Satoru, a six-eye user with the closest power to Ryomen Sukuna.

Yuta is often termed the second-strongest sorcerer as he is already a special grader despite being a high school student; however, Geto could have been miles clear of them if he just was a tad bit smarter.

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As seen in the latest episode, Kenjaku states that Geto could have won against Yuta if he hadn’t distributed his cursed spirits into groups.

Toji Fushiguro vs. Suguru Geto
Toji Fushiguro vs. Suguru Geto

Geto’s cursed technique allowed him to manipulate cursed spirits, the most broken ability in the series. His power allows him to summon any spirit and use it as he wishes.

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Gojo mentions before the demon parade that he wouldn’t start a war if he didn’t think he could win. And that came from Gojo, who is hailed as The Honored One.

Though he had racks of potential hidden beneath him, due to his death, he could not reach it until Kenjaku took over and showed what Geto could have been.

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What happened in episode 22 of Jujutsu Kaisen?

The Jujutsu Kaisen anime aired its second-last episode of season two, with only a single episode remaining for the conclusion of the series.

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The episode contains an original anime fight between Kenjaku and Choso, who finally realizes that Itadori was his little brother since Kenjaku was involved in his birth.

We also got an insight into his real name, Noritoshi Kamo, before he became Kenjaku and how he forced himself on Choso’s mother.

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Yuki from Jujutsu Kaisen manga

Urume also joined the fight and turned the tide on Jujutsu sorcerers until special-grade sorcerer Yuki arrived at the scene.

Season two of Jujutsu Kaisen is up for wraps, with only one single episode left until we bid farewell to the story for some years.

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