Supposedly cursed artifacts and art are in almost every museum, from a cursed amethyst held by the Natural History Museum in London, to a cursed meteorite at the Field Museum in Chicago. Myths of madness often swirl around radical art. At an 1874 Impressionism show, one visitor is said to have raged out and bit people on the street.
If cursed energy is comparable to electricity, cursed techniques are home appliances that use cursed energy to fuel them. Cursed energy can be used as a blunt force, or to reinforce the body, but these applications are not considered cursed techniques. Instead, cursed techniques flow cursed energy into them to carry out a specific function, granting the user a special ability based in jujutsu.
Innate Techniques (生 (しょう) 得 (とく) 術 (じゅつ) 式 (しき) , Shōtoku Jutsushiki?) are intrinsic supernatural powers congenitally engraved into a sorcerer when they are born. They generally manifest around the age of five or six and are completely unique to the respective user. These techniques cannot be copied in most cases because they require innate talent to possess. For those who possess an innate technique, it is considered to be 80% of their skillset. When someone refers to their own personal cursed technique, they're generally talking about their innate technique.
Nobara Kugisaki's "Straw Doll Technique" grants her the ability to manipulate her hammer, nails, and straw doll. By flowing her cursed energy through her equipment, Nobara can launch nails from long range and detonate them, or use her straw doll as an effigy to deal damage to her opponent's body.
Sukuna's technique is divided into two types of slashing attacks. The default slash is Dismantle allowing Sukuna to instantly slash apart his target into countless small cubes. The other, Cleave, can be adjusted with cursed energy to cut down tougher opponents in one powerful slash.
Hanami's technique allows him to freely conjure and manipulate various cursed plants and wood-based attacks manifested from his cursed energy. Plants do not embrace cursed energy, Hanami absorbs their life force and converts it.
Aoi Todo's "Boogie Woogie" can interchange his position with someone else using clapping as the trigger. He can change switch two targets outside of himself as well. The targets Todo can switch within the effective range of his technique is anything that possess cursed energy above a certain level.
Maximum Techniques (極 (ごく) ノ (の) 番 (ばん) 術 (じゅつ) 式 (しき) , Gokunoban Jutsushiki?) are an innate technique's most supreme art. (i.e.: "Maximum: Uzumaki" is the maximum technique of Suguru Geto's Cursed Spirit Manipulation.) They are the most powerful attacks a cursed technique can perform outside of Domain Expansion.
Inherited Techniques (相 (そう) 伝 (でん) 術 (じゅつ) 式 (しき) , Sōden Jutsushiki?) are innate techniques that can be passed down through the bloodlines of sorcerer families. These techniques are especially powerful even among cursed techniques. Cultivating and passing down these techniques is what allows sorcerer families to maintain their prosperity in the jujutsu community.
Barrier Techniques (結 (けっ) 界 (かい) 術 (じゅつ) 式 (しき) , Kekkai Jutsushiki?) are techniques that allow the user to erect and manipulate barrier walls. They can be used to conceal entire areas, shield the user, or trap opponents, among various other uses. Barrier techniques are the simplest and most common cursed technique, as they require no innate talent to utilize. Anyone with enough cursed energy can learn to erect barriers with enough training, such as non-combatant Jujutsu High managers.
Cursed energy stems from negative emotions and human bodies can't be regenerated by it. In order to generate positive energy, negative energy must be multiplied together. This can be achieved through a reverse cursed technique. Doing so is simple enough in theory but it requires extremely sophisticated cursed energy manipulation that most sorcerers can't pull off.
The ability to conjure Shikigami (式 (しき) 神 (がみ) , Shikigami?) is also considered to be a cursed technique. While some shikigami users may not have their own innate technique, their shikigami may possess special powers. Additionally, some innate techniques like the Ten Shadows Technique revolve around summoning shikigami.
The skull is on top of a tree that is surrounded by wooden posts and other trees connected to each other by ropes. Beware of the bear that patrols the area, and find the post with the skull that is on the eastern edge of the cursed area. Climb onto the post and onto the rope tied to it. Follow the rope as it leads you toward the center tree and moves in a clockwise direction.
Find the tall tree with a shrine and then turn around to head underground toward poisonous green gas. Once you head into the gas, you'll come across a wooden floor you can shoot with an arrow to break. Below the floor is safe from the gas and has the cursed skull there.
Across from the large red tent is a cave crevice you can slip through. Then, head down the stairs toward some green gas clouds where a pile of explosive pots are. Carry the pot through the gas to a destructible rock wall where the cursed skull is hidden. And if you accidentally blow up the explosive pot, you can get another one from where you originally got it.
And, because apparently no one in Storybrooke has the sense to put on a nice pair of goggles, everyone except for Emma, Elsa, Anna, Hook, Belle and Henry got totes cursed from pieces of falling mirror.
Frost was asked about a number of in-game decisions, and he said he would make each one differently if he knew it would have affected the outcome of the game. He said some of the things that have happened to his Huskers this season are things that he has never seen before, so it is hard for him to anticipate the miscues and then fix them. He even let out a laugh after that one, a disarming plea for mercy, the same kind of laugh Gifford would offer a few minutes later when he was asked if he felt like this team is cursed.
That last conference title, from 1999, never seemed so long ago. That national title drought, dating back to 1997, is old enough to drink. Those visions of a renovation, of the hometown hero, Frost, ushering in a 21st-century Camelot, were out of sight, out of mind.
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