Grand Kaizen Races – Do They Exist?

Our Grand Kaizen Races guide discusses whether or not races are a feature in the Roblox game based on the Jujutsu Kaisen franchise.

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Wondering if there are obtainable Grand Kaizen races? This guide will answer all your questions! Read on to find out if races are a feature in the Roblox game, and if they are, how you can obtain them.

Grand Kaizen is the Roblox entry into the Jujutsu Kaizen world. Customize your sorcerer and roll for a clan before dropping into all sorts of battle chaos. Train and defeat enemies or brawl with other players to determine the toughest fighter around!

With weapons and curses to collect a-plenty, you can find yourself fully imagined and immersed! So whether you want to grind to be Gojo-level OP, or simply roleplay with friends in the JJK universe, you can do it all in Grand Kaizen!

Find out more about Grand Kaizen by visiting the game’s official Roblox page. If you’ve been playing Grand Kaizen, and are looking for more guides, take a look at our Grand Kaizen Toji guide, guide, our Grand Kaizen Tier List, and our Limitless Grand Kaizen guide.

Grand Kaizen Races

So, do they even exist? The short answer is no. Unlike a lot of other Roblox RPG games, Grand Kaizen doesn’t seem to have different races for your character. However, with this game being based on the Jujutsu Kaisen franchise, it wouldn’t surprise me if races are added to the game in the future. There have been other Jujutsu Kaisen-inspired Roblox games that include obtainable races for your character.

Grand Kaizen is a recent re-release, so we could see races in due time! If you aren’t familiar with how races work in Roblox RPGs, they’re basically obtainable buffs and appearances for your character. The rarer races come with a wide variety of powerful buffs while the more common ones barely improve your character’s stats and abilities. The only feature that you can roll for in Grand Kaizen at the moment is Cursed Techniques! With Common, Uncommon, Rare, and Superior being the rarities.

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With experience writing for GameRant and in SEO copywriting, Adele loves to combine her adoration for gaming and writing. She'll talk your ear off about anything fantasy, and if she's not typing away at her desk, she's probably playing an RPG somewhere.