Jujutsu Kaisen S2 Ep26 has been dropped on the 13th of July. Sure many of you have finished watching the content by now and here you are trying to figure out do we sync in the review part or not, right?
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Things That You Might Like From Jujutsu Kaisen S2 Ep26 “Hidden Inventory 2”
The narrative from the beginning till the ending was very engaging. Gojo and Geto were too much amusing. The 14-year-old Riko Amanai is shown, much more prominently in this episode. She knows her fate of merging with Lord Tengen and enjoys the proposition quite delightfully. The optimistic perspective was nice actually.
Geto agrees to make all her wishes come true since she doesn’t have much time to enjoy, besides, once she has merged with Lord Tengen she won’t be able to meet her near and dear ones. Thus the two top-notch Jujutsu Sorcerors agree to let Riko live her remaining days to the fullest.
She is a feisty girl who is not liked by both Gojo and Geto, however since they are assigned the responsibility of keeping her safe, they are trying their level best to keep up with the situation. But, things turn a bit more challenging when Toji’s scheme intervenes.
Toji knows Gojo’s capabilities and his lineage, hence tiring him down by involving other attackers in the mission to take Riko, seems an easier path for him. Therefore he arranges a bounty of 300 million Yen on Riko.
In the meantime, Geto and Kuroi take down a curse energy user at school. Gojo grabs Riko from the chapel but within some time both of them get cornered by another curse energy user. Gojo uses his Six eye and limitless which overwhelms the attacker significantly. However, Gojo fails to use his reverse curse technique. The episode ends with Riko getting a message where we find out that Kuroi is been taken, hostage.
So, Jujutsu Kaisen S2 Ep26 gave the audience to experience the beautiful dynamics each of the relationships shares. Such as Kuroi and Riko though not associated by blood, are family. Geto and Gojo do not understand what Shoko talks about yet they are best of friends, and Toji is totally unaware of who Megumi is.
Cant’s skip on the situation at the Chapel as well. Gojo just changes the whole ambiance the moment he bursts enters the room. The teenagers are bound to react in their typical way shown in ep 26. But the teacher also shows interest in the blue-eyed handsome.
I highly appreciate Toji’s plan as a sorcerer killer too. But the attackers should have come after doing their research on the proposition of taking Riko from the protection of Geto and Gojo, don’t you think? We watched what happened to Curse Energy user Team Q right?
So, overall, I enjoyed the content of Jujutsu Kaisen S2 Ep26, the narrative was neat, and I must say that Yōsuke Takada did his job of creating Ep 26 precisely. It was exhilarating, funny in some areas, and quite informative as well. I liked it. And now looking forward to seeing what happens in the 3rd drop of the season.
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