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Jujutsu Kaisen: What caused the curtain to fall at Shibuya Station? | Spaghetti code

Date: May 22, 2024 Time: 17:29:45

The world of Jujutsu Kaisen is still full of mysteries related to sorcerers and curses, but as the story progresses, everyone witnesses their great abilities, and now, in the second season, things become more complicated for our heroes.

Now we are very close to seeing one of the most important events that will change everything in the anime, so there will be a lot of emotions, and we will start with the first step of the villains, which is that everything happens in Shibuya.

First attack of the villains in Jujutsu Kaisen

That’s right, in this universe, everything started on October 31st, so many people celebrate Halloween, and the Shibuya area is the main attraction on these dates, and the villains will take advantage of this to carry out their plan.

All the non-sorcerers, or in this case ordinary people, were pulled into the Shibuya train station and locked behind a special cloak or curtain that is designed for one purpose and which we saw in the last chapters.

Source: MAPPA

This curtain or barrier is designed to prevent people from leaving as their main purpose is to attract the heroes and weaken them. Meanwhile, sorcerers can enter and exit without any problems, since it is not similar to the previous ones.

The curtains that sorcerers place are intended to prevent curses to be exorcised from leaving the place and affecting others, and also serve as protection for people living normal lives.

In this case, it is the other way around, since people cannot have contact with the outside world, they cannot enter or exit, so this can be a difficult mission for magicians as they must fight from within to be able to release or get rid of it. barrier in Jujutsu Kaisen.


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