Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 156: Megumi figures out Kirara’s curse technique

The Southern Cross

Jujutsu Kaisen is a series that has always had complicated cursed techniques. It requires several readings to comprehend just what some techniques do. In Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 156, “Twinkling Stars,” Megumi Fushiguro deciphers the conditions of Kirara Hoshi cursed technique, Love Rendezvous. Megumi notices a star and the Acrux on the rabbits and the word Gacrux on the door. Both Panda and Megumi check their bodies for markings. Panda finds the word Imai and Megumi finds Acrux. He deduces that Kirara’s cursed techniques shares properties with the Southern Cross Constellation. Based on the “Four Stars” discovered the European explorer Amerigo Vespucci in 1501, the main stars are; Acrux (Alpha Crucis), Becrux (Beta Crucis), Gacrux (Gamma Crucis), and Delta Crucis.

Love Rendezvous gets cancelled

Megumi credits his sister, Tsumiki Fushiguro, with telling him about the technique. The user of this cursed technique “mark cursed energy with the name of stars.” If they want to approach a marked body they need to ” follow the same order as the distance the stars are from earth.” The order is – Imai, Acrux, Mimosa, Giran and Gacrux.” Kirara is marked as Ginan and a rock on the floor is Mimosa. As a result, Megumi (marked with Acrux) must go through Mimosa and Ginan to reach the monitor room (Gacrux). Releasing their secrets out, Kirara switches to offense. They crush a car, marking it with the Imai. This causes the car to become attracted to Panda.

Panda catches the car then throws it. Which causes the car to come back to Panda. Meanwhile, Megumi deduces that Kirara must embed objects with “someone else residual curse energy.” As Kirara tosses a number of objects marked with Acrux at Megumi, he maneuvers his Shikigami directly behind Kirara and across from him. His dog Shikigami grabs Kirara and they begin to gravitate towards Megumi. Kirara cancels Love Rendezvous, allowing Megumi to restrain them.

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