Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 236 Spoilers: Gojo Bids A Glorious Farewell

Geto visits Gojo in his final moments.

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The spoilers for Jujutsu Kaisen chapter 236 of the Jujutsu Kaisen manga are here, and Gojo bids farewell to everyone!

Disclaimer: These are spoilers and not the official release of the chapter; kindly read them with a grain of salt.

Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 236 Spoilers:

The chapter starts with a conversation between Geto and Gojo.

Geto says “Yo” to Gojo. He looks stupified and says “This is awful”. Geto pouts and calls Gojo rude.

Satoru then says that he told his students that when they die, they will be alone. So he hopes this is an illusion.

Geto then asks, “Who cares?” Gojo replies by saying that it matters about his father…”

Then he leaves the topic by saying he left it with Shoko to handle it.

Geto asks how the King of Curses was, which calls Sukuna strong even though Sukuna was not giving his all.

Gojo says that he’s not sure he would have won even if Sukuna didn’t have Megumi’s Cursed Technique.

Geto is surprised that Sukuna made Gojo admit that. Gojo then says that he gave his all. His trained body, his technique, his talent, his inspiration, and his explosive powers

He wanted them to reach Sukuna and hopes they will reach Sukuna.

Gojo then states that it was fun. He feels sorry for Sukuna because he didn’t give his all to Gojo.

Geto says that made him feel jealous, but if Gojo is satisfied with it, then he’s good.

Gojo says he would have been satisfied if Geto had been there to motivate him.

Nanami also appears and says that he once talked with Geto about leaving the job to Gojo.

As Gojo didn’t consider Jujutsu Kaisen something to live with or protect, Nanami says Gojo is a pervert as he uses sorcery to satisfy himself.

Gojo is glad that what killed him was not time or disease, but someone stronger than him.

Nanami chimes in to say it’s disgusting to hear that from Gojo, as he sounds like a samurai general.

Haibara is also there and adds that it’s something everyone noticed but didn’t say out loud.

Nanami says that he won’t justify Gojo’s last moment but sympathizes with him. Gojo thanks Nanami.

When Gojo asks Nanami about his final moments, he answers that he had once asked Mei san about it, and she suggests moving to the north if he is looking for a new side of himself.

The second option she gave was to move south if he wanted to stay who he was.

Nanami then says that he chose the south without any doubt and that his last moment wasn’t so bad thanks to Haibara.

Gojo then bids farewell to everyone, and the chapter shows his memories with Geto, Yaga, Nanami, Haibara, Riko, and Kuroi.

The chapter then shows a double-page spread of Gojo on the ground with blood gushing out of his mouth.

The chapter then shows the present scenario. We see Sukuna explain Mahoraga’s adaptation.

He explains that once Mahoraga receives an attack, it’ll gradually adapt to it over time, and the more attacks it takes, the faster it’ll adapt.

Sukuna says he expected Mahoraga to be a role model, which passes through Gojo Infinity.

Mahoraga was first adapting to Gojo’s infinity. It was changing the cursed energy so it would neutralize infinity.

When Mahoroga shot the slash, it wasn’t the same as Sukuna. It expanded the cursed target to not just Gojo but the space and the world itself and cut it.

The chapter then shows that Gojo has been cut in half, as Sukuna explains that infinity doesn’t matter if the entire world can be cut.

The king of the curses then says, “Good job, Gojo Satoru. I will never forget about you!”

As Sukuna says, “Don’t let me down”, the narrator explains that without any moment of feeling sorrow for Gojo’s death, the one who came in is the Thunder God, Hajime Kashimo.

The chapter will not take any break next week.