Jujutsu Kaisen has only just confirmed Gojo’s death, and now chapter 238 confirms another victim of Gege Akutami’s brutal storytelling. Find out which character dies in the upcoming chapter of Jujutsu Kaisen.

Character Death in Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 238

According to the leaks, Hajime Kashimo dies in Jujutsu Kaisen chapter 238.

Jujutsu Kaisen is currently featuring the battle against the strongest as the only hope of defeating Sukuna; Satoru Gojo dies in chapter 236. The first to fight Sukuna is Hajime Kashimo, The God of Lightning. He is an ancient sorcerer who was revived during the Culling Game Arc.

Urame tries to interfere in Hajime’s fight, but Hakari stops the former. Hakari wants Kashimo to fulfill his goal of fighting Sukuna without any obstacles. Up until the recent chapter, Kashimo never even revealed his innate cursed technique.

However, Sukuna also transforms into his original form, justifying that Gojo wasn’t a match against him after all. Jujutsu Kaisen chapter 238 spoilers confirm a popular character’s death. Delve deeper to find out more.

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