Jujutsu Kaisen has become a sensation among other anime, offering a unique perspective on curses in the fantasy world. As the manga enters a new chapter in the Culling Game Arc, In this article, we know about the relationship and past of Geto Suguru and Gojo Satoru, So let’s get started.
The anime Jujutsu Kaisen is based on Gege Akutami’s manga of the same name. Yuji Itadori, a high schooler, swallows a cursed object, resurrecting the extremely powerful curse Ryomen Sukuna inside his body. Itadori is now allowed to live only with the mission of gathering all of Sukuna’s fingers and then Sacrificing himself to finish the curse to save his life from execution. Suguru Geto claimed to be a villain in both the JJK and Jujutsu Kaisen 0: Jujutsu High series (Prequel to the series). He was a student at Tokyo Jujutsu High and had sorcery experience comparable to Gojo’s.
After a series of traumatic events in his life, Geto turned evil and went on a killing spree of over a hundred civilians in a single night. This action resulted in him being expelled from Jujutsu High and earning a reputation as the worst of all curse users. Satoru Gojo is essentially the walking embodiment of power and unpredictability, serving as the sole source of fear even in the hearts of special grade curses. No one can defeat him in a fair fight, be it a curse or a sorcerer. It wasn’t until the Prison Realm was introduced that we realized the six eyes bearer could also be defeated. When his dead best friend reappeared in front of him after years, he couldn’t help but relax his guard.
The relationship of Geto Suguru and Gojo Satoru
Geto Suguru and Gojo Satoru used to a classmate
Geto, Gojo, and Shoko Ieiri were Tokyo Jujutsu Tech classmates (Their teacher was Yaga.) The story can be found in the comic books vols. 8 and 9. Even though Geto and Gojo had disagreements about their values, they recognized each other’s strengths and Jujutsu skills. As rivals, they appear to have had a good relationship.
Gojo and Geto are best friends
Gojo and Geto are best friends. While the rest of the world feared the name Gojo Satoru, Geto was the only one who recognized the person behind it. For someone whose name was so well-known, it appears that few people knew anything about Gojo.
And who would know how it was being the strongest in the first place? Gojo had (and still has) a God-complex, let alone other people far weaker than him. Geto Suguru appeared in such an odd situation. The story’s introduction to Geto and Gojo established their closeness; they referred to each other by their first names, Suguru and Satoru. When two Japanese people are extremely close, they only use their first names to address each other. Even in the end, they still referred to each other like that.
Perhaps the fact that Geto and Gojo were both strong was what truly bonded them. When it came to strength, it could have been the first time any name could be used with Gojo’s name. Geto’s perception of himself as someone capable of confronting Gojo made the latter seem more human. There was a stark contrast between how the rest of the world treated him and how only Geto, his best friend, treated him.
Geto’s perception of himself as someone capable of confronting Gojo made the latter seem more human. There was a stark difference between how the rest of the world treated him and how only Geto, his best friend, could. On the one hand, he had been a showpiece for the rest of the world to see since he was a child. He shocked, if not terrified, adults like Toji and Ogami. Gojo was the target of everything: hatred, fear, protection, assassination, admiration.
Gojo, on the other hand, was just another ordinary brat for Geto. Because of Geto’s friendship, Gojo was demoted from that godly inhuman pedestal to simply Satoru. Gojo and Geto were extremely powerful and not just in battle. Even as teenagers, they both had strong, albeit opposing, beliefs.
They seemed to get into fights over the most trivial of issues. But only because they could. Only Geto and Gojo could challenge each other to feisty duels at random. Even Shoko and Mei Mei, who were close to them, couldn’t do it. Their rivalry in strength was the most important factor that kept them together.
It was an unusual friendship, one that arose out of unusual circumstances. It was just a matter of how no one else could see what Gojo could see except Geto. This friendship was something that both of them treasured as well. The relationship between Gojo and Geto is best friends. They were best friends because they were the strongest. They could even go against the jujutsu society itself if they had each other’s backs.
Past Of Gojo Arc
The Strongest Sorcerers
The story begins with 16-year-old Suguru Geto and Satoru Gojo rescuing sorcerers Mei Mei and Utahime Iori, who has been out of contact with the college for two days and have encountered difficulties on their mission. Back at Jujutsu High, they discuss what happened, and it becomes clear that they have opposing views on the sorcerers’ principles and objectives. Suguru disagrees, believing that it is society’s responsibility to protect the weak. Jujutsu, in his opinion, exists to protect non-sorcerers from curses. Suguru loses his cool and suggests they settle it physically, but Satoru mocks him.
The Star Plasma Vessel
Gojo and Geto are sent on a mission to retrieve Riko Amanai, who is to become a Star Plasma Vessel; they must accompany her to Jujutsu High so she can fulfill her sacral role and merge with Tengen. Suguru notices that Satoru has been using his technique nonstop on the island. Gojo dismisses his concerns, stating that they do not need to be concerned because Geto is nearby and can assist him if anything goes wrong.
Gojo believes it is not his fault and informs him of this. As the children of the star clap for Riko’s dead body, Satoru asks Suguru if he should kill them all, but his friend assures him that it would be pointless and that a sorcerer must always have a reason to take a life.
Where To Watch Jujutsu Kaisen?
The entire Jujutsu Kaisen anime series is available to watch on Crunchyroll, and new episodes are released weekly after they premiere in Japan.