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Megumi Fushiguro Quotes: Unveiling the Wisdom of Jujutsu Kaisen's Enigmatic Sorcerer

If you are looking for a serious character with ounces of dedication, you are looking at Megumi Fushiguro. If he is known for one thing, it's the quotes he had sprinkled throughout the Jujutsu Kaisen Series.

Jujutsu Kaisen is one of the best Shonen Anime and Manga of the Moment. One of the reasons for this is the presence of memorable and complex characters like Yuji Itadori the Satoru Gojo. Megumi Fushiguro is also one of the most popular characters in the series.

From the introduction, Megumi portrayed himself as a clever but cold person capable of taking enormous responsibility. Megumi is always right; knowing what he is talking about makes him a clever and responsible character in Jujutsu Kaisen.

Thus, his quotes are very inspiring. Let's dive into some of them.

"But I Don't Want to Let Him Die"

His Soft Side

Megumi Saying "But I Don't Want to Let Him Die" Quote

Megumi, although always maintaining a tough guy facade, is a nice guy with a talent for reading other people. He told this quote to Satoru Gojo while deciding Itadori's Fate. In this scene, he is determined to save his new friend, Itadori, even if it might have led to the prospect of awakening the dangerous Sukuna.

This quote is significant as it allows us to look inside the personality of Megumi, who was caring and soft. Megumi is otherwise shown as a cold and robust sorcerer throughout the series.

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"It's Not About Whether I Can. I Have to Do It."

Aware of His Responsibilities

Megumi in battle with Sukuna

Megumi's biggest struggle was confronting Sukuna when the antagonist swapped bodies with Itadori. Megumi told this quote to the King of Curses right before their battle, showing that even in danger, Megumi knows about his responsibilities.

"If Only More Good People Receive Fairness. I'll Save People Whether or Not It's Fair!"

Megumi's Real Motivations

Megumi reflecting on the need to save more people - Jujutsu Kaisen

Throughout his battle with Sukuna and after, Meguma came up with some of his most inspirational quotes. This is when he implies he is determined to save as many people as possible even if the world is not that Fair.

Megumi has a hard life. Hence, he is well-versed in how cruel and unfair the world can be. Despite this feeling, he wants to help people as much as possible. This might be a result of the influence of his mentor, Saturo Gojo.

"I Will Become Stronger. I'll Do Anything it Takes"

Going to the Next Level 

Megumi vowing to become stronger | Jujutsu Kaisen

Megumi shares this feeling with his friend and classmate, Nobara Kugisaki. This happens after the death of Yuji Itadori. This is quite splendid since it shows a new perspective on his character. After all, how does one of the strongest characters in the series still need to be stronger?

These are the moments that make Megumi Fushiguro a likable character. Even though he is powerful and is quite aware of it, it does not affect his judgment. He constantly keeps himself aware of his flaws. Thus, when Sukuna defeats him, it reminds him of his need to become stronger to save more people and perhaps himself.

"I'll Will Kill You, If You Die Again!"

Afraid of Losing His Friends

Megumi threatening Itadori to Kill her if she dies again

This quote has an element of humor when he throws it to Yuji Itadori when fighting a powerful curse when it is revealed that he is alive and hiding it from his classmates. The point of killing someone who has died before is funny, but there remains more context to the quote.

The threat reflects Megumi's feelings towards his friends, as he knows how dangerous the Jujutsui society can be. So he won't let them go quickly, even though he shows himself quite intensely while saying those words.

Never Mind! Bring Forth the Deepest Shadows and Don't worry about the exact form for now. Just push it forward from your cursed energy. Here we Go! Domain Expansion!

Going Beyond His Limits

Megumi using his domain expansion

As usual for any Shonen Anime, the characters in Jujutsu Kaisen tend to speak a unique series of phrases when launching attacks. Megumi has some good phrases as a user of the Ten Shadow Techniques. His personality was exposed when he first summoned a Domain Expansion.

The Time when Megumi first fought a Finger Bearer curse, his effort was of little effect against the opponent. But Megumi was getting stronger since that time. Hence, the next time he encountered a similar curse, he had the idea of going beyond his limit by transforming into an incomplete form of the Domain Expansion, also known as Chimera Shadow Garden.

"With This Treasure, I Summon Eight-Handled Sword Divergent Sila Divine General Mahoraga!"

The Final Gambit of Megumi

Megumi using his phrase to use his domain expansion

During the story, there have been instances when Megumi uttered the words "With this Treasure…" in the middle of a battle, although constantly interrupted. The audience stayed intrigued, as it aroused the question of which Shikigami might have been so powerful that Megumi felt the need to use it when fighting strong enemies.

The answer was found in the Shibuya Arc, where it was revealed that Maharoga is Megumi's strongest Shikigami, something that even he can't control. Executing this Shikigami is not just summoning a mighty creature; for Megumi, it's using his last cards, basically sacrificing himself to save the world.

We Aren't Heroes Fighting for Justice. We're Jujutsu Sorcerers. No One Can Ever Truly Judge Us, So We Must Continually Prove the Worth Of Our Existence. And we Don't Have the Luxury about Thinking About Ourselves. We've Just Got To Save People. I Believe that was the Original Principle of your Actions. So start by Saving me Itadori.

The Truth about Jujutsu Sorcerers

Megumi explaining the truth about Jujutsu Sorcerers

Megumi tells these words to Yuji Itadori when Megumi is trying to get him to return to Jujutsu High right after the incidents of the Shibuya Arc. At this time, his friend is feeling guilty, especially when he killed innocent people under Sukuna's influence. This long quote but influential quote encapsulates the character of Megumi perfectly.

Although a character with Attitude, Megumi is often called a heroic sorcerer determined to save everyone. This is despite his knowledge of the dangers of the Jujutsu Society. He explains to Itadori that they are not heroes; hence, nobody can judge them for their failure to save people. But they are necessary for society and must prove that even if things worsen. 

The words were of great help to Itadori, his good friend.

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