13. Satoru Gojo: Oh wait, we've already rated perfection, haven't we? Let's give this spot to Jogo: 6.5/10
Jogo, oh Jogo, sitting at a spicy 6.5/10, is essentially what happens when you cross a bad temper with a walking natural disaster. Why the lowest score, you ask? Well, for starters, he's got the kind of head that not even a mother could love - unless your mother is into active volcanoes - which, no judgment here. His personality is as fiery as his literal head, making him the life (or, well, the death) of the party at every cursed gathering. But here's the thing: while he's got enough explosive power to make a Michael Bay movie look like a quiet day in the park, he's also got the predictability of a tourist in a Hawaiian shirt at a luau. You know there's going to be lava, and it's going to be everywhere.
Now, the 0.5 bump to that 6 is purely for entertainment value. Watching Jogo lose his cool is like watching a kettle boil over – it's a mess, but you can't look away. It makes me feel a lot better about my own struggles with my temper. His battles are visually stunning, if not a bit one-note. "Look at me, I can make things go boom," he seems to say, every time he gets a screen moment. And yet, there's something endearingly straightforward about his approach to villainy. No complex schemes or psychological warfare here; just good, old-fashioned volcanic eruptions. It's this commitment to his brand of chaos that earns him the extra half point. After all, in a world filled with complex characters and intricate plotlines, there's something refreshingly simple about a curse whose solution to every problem is just to set it on fire.