Jujutsu Kaisen: What Is Clairvoyance? The G Warstaff Technique Explained!

Jujutsu Kaisen: What is Clairvoyance? The G Warstaff Technique Explained!

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Jujutsu Kaisen’s Yuta and Yuji have finally begun their fight against Sukuna in a proper way, as the fight was transferred inside Yuta Okkotsu’s powerful Domain. The heroes do seem to have a trump card, but they are fighting Sukuna, so nothing is particularly certain and there is no way to predict what is going to happen. On the other hand, we can definitely discuss what has happened, and one of Yuta’s attacks – called Clairvoyance (or Precognition) – is going to be the focus of this article. It is a skill derived from the G Warstaff technique and in this article, we are going to tell you everything you need to know about this issue.

  • Article Breakdown:
  • Yuta Okkotsu’s technique Copy allows him to copy and use basically any innate technique from everyone else. It has some limits, but there are still many open questions about it.
  • At some point in the series, Yuta copied Charles Bernard’s G Warstaff technique, which allows him to predict the future and see an opponent’s moves that are about to happen.
  • He used this technique against Sukuna inside his Domain, having drawn blood from Sukuna, and was able to land a heavy blow on the King of Curses, dealing a lot of damage.

Yuta is able to copy other techniques and his Domain makes this even more dangerous

In order to properly explain what happened inside Yuta’s Domain, we are first going to explain how Yuta is able to use other characters’ techniques and how his Domain helps his basic technique.

Yuta’s basic technique is called Copy. By using it, Yuta may imitate any other innate technique and stay in contact with Rika. Although the precise workings of this technique are unknown—especially in light of the fact that Yuta can employ it even in the absence of Rika—we can surmise that it has something to do with the nature of Rika’s cursed energy and the fact that Yuta can utilize it in her absence. Usually, Yuta simply sees a technique and is later able to recreate it, although – as we’ve said – we don’t know all the details so it is possible that there is something more to it.

His Domain, which he activated in Shinjuku against Sukuna, is called Authentic Mutual Love and it amplifies his basic technique in a very powerful way. Namely, the Domain is a large battlefield filled with katanas; the number of katanas is seemingly unlimited, as the manga suggested. Each katana contains within itself a technique that Yuta can copy, but even Yuta doesn’t know what technique it is until he grabs a certain katana. This is a bit troublesome, but the element of surprise is definitely on his side.

While fighting Sukuna inside his Domain, Yuta used several different techniques, and one of them was translated as Clairvoyance (or Precognition), and that is what we are going to talk about in the next section.


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Clairvoyance is actually a copied G Warstaff technique

As the name suggests, Clairvoyance actually allows Yuta to see into the future, and while the technique has been listed under this name, it is actually a manifestation of the powerful G Warstaff innate technique that belonged to Charles Bernard. It is not known how and when exactly Yuta copied this technique, but he is able to use it.

The G Warstaff is represented by a giant staff that looks like a pen. This cursed tool allows the user to draw manga panels through which he is able to see the future, which – in turn – allows him to predict his opponent’s movements and create a way to counter them. There is one important condition to this technique – namely, in order to use it properly, one has to draw blood from the opponent, which is actually used instead of ink. Once the blood has been drawn, the technique allows the user to draw the panel and see into the future. The minimum is one second, but as more blood is drawn, the user can see further into the future.

The technique itself doesn’t do much damage, but it allows the user to properly prepare. This is what happened inside the Domain, as Yuta was able to predict Sukuna’s movements and then land a very powerful blow on the King of Curses that dealt a lot of damage. And this is actually the whole story of the so-called Clairvoyance technique and its origins. It is a powerful tool, but one has to be careful with it, as it is not easy to fulfill the conditions of its use against a powerful opponent.

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