Hope you are here after Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2 episode 14. Minor spoilers ahead

Nanami, Naobito, and Maki were on the verge of defeat by the special grade spirit Dagon, when Megumi Fushiguro arrives just in time and expands his own domain to help his colleagues in the last episode of Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2. But just as the four plot their escape from Dagon’s domain, a blob of head appears from the route that’s supposed to be their exit!

Titled “Fluctuations Part 2”, Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2 Episode 15 reveals the new entrant to be Toji, who was resurrected by Ogami in “Seance” (episode 11). Toji goes on an intense attack spree against Dagon, leaving the other Jujutsu sorcerers stumped by his powers, despite his lack of cursed energy. A voice-over serves to clarify the unfolding events for viewers. This way, those who might not recall details from previous episodes won’t feel too lost. “Toji will fight on instinct until the vessel breaks. He has become a killing puppet,” the narrator explains.

The animation for Toji’s entry is fantastic, it’s like he rises from some hellish domain, with a creepily murderous look on his face. Battered badly, Nanami, Naobito, Maki and Megumi quietly watch the “Toji versus Dagon” face-off from the sidelines, unsure of what’s really going on. Old man Naobito is the only one who recognizes Toji and helps out with the little strength he has.

Just like most of the Shibuya arc so far, this Jujutsu Kaisen episode too is intense, fact-paced and gets over in a flash. The second half switches focus to Yuji Itadori, who is still not in his senses due to the injuries sustained from his bloody battle with Choso. Cursed spirit Jogo, who has been searching for Itadori, senses the presence of a finger belonging to his idol Sukuna in Shibuya, and a series of engaging twists unfolds next. This was a game-changing episode, featuring some shocking events that will keep viewers who haven’t read the manga on the edge of their seats!

You can stream Jujutsu Kaisen on Netflix or CrunchyRoll.

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