Jujutsu Kaisen: Mahito’s Final Form -Explained

Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2 had another fantastic episode, showcasing the final form of Mahito.

Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2: Mahito's Final Form, Explained

In episode 21 of Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2, Mahito vs Yuji & Todo continued as Mahito overpowered them this time.

As the episode continued, we saw Todo losing his arm as Mahito used his Idle Transfiguration on him. This resulted in him unlocking a new power, which almost killed Mahito.

But Mahito had finally found the true essence of his soul, which he had been looking for since the day he was born.

He used “Idle Transfiguration: Instant Spirit Body of Distorded Killing” to transform into his final form, which bears an uncanny resemblance to Hanami (the unregistered special-grade spirit).

So, let’s look at Mahito’s ominous form and compare it to his previous cursed techniques to see how strong it is from before!

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Mahito and His Cursed Techniques

Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2: Mahito's Final Form, Explained

Mahito is an unregistered special-grade cursed spirit who is one of the main antagonists of this series. He is allied with Psedo-Geto (Kenjaku) to help him achieve his goals.

The primary cursed technique of Mahito, in other words, his innate cursed technique, is “Idle Transfiguration,” which allows him to distort the shapes of living being’s souls, thus transforming them physically.

The cursed techniques derived from his “Idle Transfiguration” include Soul Multiplicity, which involves merging two souls.

As merging two souls is impossible, this soul multiplicity results in either Body Repel (both souls rejecting the merge) or Polymorphic Soul Isomer (merging souls with weak rejection into one transfigured being).

Last but not least, his “Domain Expansion: Self-Embodiment of Perfection.” This allows him to create a restricted environment to hit his opponent with Idle Transfiguration without touching them.

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Mahito’s Instant Spirit Body of Distorded Killing

Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2: Mahito's Final Form, Explained

Mahito’s final form, the Instant Spirit Body of Distorded Killing, is a behemoth, as it is overpowered in any way you see. Like Body Repel and Polymorphic Soul Isomer, this form derives from Idle Transfiguration.

For starters, Mahito’s final form is robust; it looks like it is made of a non-perishable metal. Itadori kept hitting his Body, but it did not damage him.

We also see this form’s versatility, as Mahito can willingly transform back into his standard human form. This helps him avoid damage to his final form, thus making it last longer.

In his final form, Mahito has not showcased any cursed technique, which shows how powerful his new form is, that he doesn’t even need to rely on his cursed technique.

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Mahito’s Final Form vs Itadori Yuji

Jujutsu Kaisen Season 2: Mahito's Final Form, Explained

During the fight between Mahito (awakened form) and Itadori Yuji, the former overpowered the latter.

Itadori was struggling against Mahito because of his agility and speed. But Todo came to the rescue with a faint “Boogie Woogie,” which diverted Mahito’s attention from Itadori.

Itadori took this opportunity and hit Mahito with his last “Black Flash,” thus reverting him to his human form. Despite being such a behemoth, Mahito’s final form couldn’t seriously damage Itadori.

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