Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 218: Two Brand New Shinigamies Are Summoned By Sukuna
Jujutsu Kaisen is one of the most popular manga series and fans can’t wait for its next chapter. This chapter will take the story to a whole new level.
In latest Jujutsu Kaisen chapter 218, Sukuna summons two brand new Shikigami - Madoka Deer and Kangyu! These new shinigamis are a welcome addition to Sukuna’s arsenal and offer a unique perspective on the character’s abilities.
Jujutsu Kaisen is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Gege Akutami. It has been serialized in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump since March 2018. An anime version of the series has also been produced.
In the next chapter of Jujutsu Kaisen, Sukuna summons two brand new Shikigami. One is a deer named Madoka Deer that can heal with RCT and neutralize the effect of liquid metal by erasing its CT.
The other is Kangyu, a bull that attacks Yorozu with its head. This deer is not a very powerful Shikigami, but it does have high cursed energy output.
During the fight, Yorozu lands a punch and kick that tosses Sukuna away. She then screams at him for not using Shrine and asks to feel her love through his eyes.
Sukuna then launches Max Elephant at her, which breaks her armor and appears to defeat her. He taunts her saying that she seems to not be worth using the Shrine. He then makes a hand sign to summon Mahoraga.
The conflict between the Curse and Jujutsu sorcerers continues to escalate in this latest chapter of the series. Sukuna expands upon his nefarious plot while possessing the body of Megumi Fushiguro, despite her best efforts to thwart him.
Sukuna summons two brand new Shikigami in this part of the arc, Madoka Deer and Kangyu. Both of these Shikigami use the Ten Shadow Technique, meaning they are stabilized and their attacking power is optimum.
They are both powerful and intuitive, making them a match for Yorozu. She proves her strength with the liquid metal insect construct she has created, laying down some heavy blows against them.
Kangyu is a practical, patient, and scientific person with the ability to concentrate on details. They function best in settled conditions where they can concentrate on a project without the distraction of social interaction.
Yorozu’s Cursed Technique
Jujutsu Kaisen chapter 218 has finally hit the shelves, and fans are eager to see what’s in store for Yorozu and Sukuna. The latest chapters have served up plenty of action and answered some of the more pressing questions surrounding the Culling War.
The upcoming chapter kicks off with Sukuna and Yorozu battling it out in the arena. The fight is intense and the characters have some very unusual conversations.
After a few punches and kicks, Yorozu gets angry at Sukuna for not using the Malevolent Shrine. She uses her Cursed Technique on Sukuna and tries to wrap him, but Sukuna is able to rip it off.
Sukuna then summons a new Shikigami called “Madoka Deer”, which can heal and neutralize the effect of Yorozu’s liquid metal. He also summons a Bull called “Kangyu”, which attacks Yorozu and is able to dominate her.
The battle with Yorozu continues to escalate. In chapter 218 of Jujutsu Kaisen, Sukuna summons two brand new Shikigami to help him in his quest for victory. The first is a Shikigami named Madoka Deer.
This mystical creature can heal curse techniques and also nullify the liquid metal from Yorozu’s reconstruction technique. This ability proved to be key in the battle.
Moreover, Sukuna was able to use this technique to rip off the liquid metal from Yorozu’s armor. This is an extremely impressive feat, considering that the liquid metal was incredibly strong.
After this, Sukuna is able to keep Yorozu at bay for quite some time. However, his opponent is able to evade his attacks easily.
Overall, the spoilers for chapter 237 of Jujutsu Kaisen are very exciting. They promise a major turning point in the series, and they leave us wondering what the future holds for the jujutsu sorcerers and the world as a whole.
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