Ever since the very first chapter when readers met Satoru Gojo and Ryomen Sukuna, they’ve been wondering who’d win in their fight. Jujutsu Kaisen is on its way to deliver that very answer with its recent arc. But until we find that answer, we have a new question which is probably easier to answer. In the case of Gojo vs. Sukuna, who is stronger inside domains?
During the Gojo vs. Sukuna fight, both have opened their domain expansions at the same time five times in a row now, as we learn from Jujutsu Kaisen Chapter 229 spoilers.
The first two times, Sukuna shattered Gojo’s Unlimited from the outside. The two times after that, Gojo earned the upper hand, and both their domains clashed at the same time. But the fifth time, Sukuna is finally caught inside Unlimited Void.
Things look pretty even in the Gojo vs. Sukuna domain battles. But despite how close every move of theirs is and how uncertain the end result of the ultimate is, we have some evidence that can answer who is stronger inside domains. According to us, it’s Gojo who is actually stronger inside the domains.
To determine the answer, we have to imagine a situation where both Sukuna and Gojo have not shattered each other’s domains, and the sure-hit condition of the domains is in full effect. If that is the case, then Gojo really does prove to be stronger inside the domain. Here’s why:
- Thanks to the sure-hit effect of Malevolent Shrine, Sukuna can relentlessly slash Gojo. But as we’ve seen, Gojo can keep healing himself with Reverse Cursed Technique and Falling Blossom Emotion.
- But if Sukuna is hit with the effects of Unlimited Void, he has no option but to turn catatonic and completely vulnerable to Gojo’s attack.
- In Chapter 229 spoilers, we see that Sukuna has taken a countermeasure against Unlimited Void, and summoned Mahoraga to protect him in that state. But that could only be possible because of Megumi’s Ten Shadows Technique. If Sukuna was still inside Yuji’s or anyone else’s body, that trick wouldn’t work.
So, Satoru Gojo is stronger inside domains.