The Boruto series has changed the role of its main character in a completely drastic way.
Boruto has changed his role in the series dramatically and drastically.
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The anime series Boruto: Naruto Next Generations, belonging to the Naruto franchise created by Masashi Kishimoto, has been one of the most criticized works of the mangaka. Throughout this work, the adventures of Naruto’s son are presented, together with his friends, the children of the characters from the previous works.
Since its creation in 2016, this sequel to Naruto has become a story loved and hated by many from fans of Kishimoto’s work. Originally starring Boruto, the son of Naruto, it has collected almost 80 chapters of the manga, and more than 290 episodes in the anime.
Recently, this work has undergone a completely drastic turn in its most recent chapters of the manga, completely changing the role of the main character. Next, we tell you all the details.
It’s fasting contains spoilers for chapter #79 of the manga Boruto: Naruto Next Generations.
Boruto has taken the criticism very seriously and has completely changed his role
For a few chapters, the story of Boruto has been immersed in quite complicated situations, and completely surprising twists. In chapter #77 of the manga we could see how Kawaki rebelled, and turned out to be the biggest traitor in the series.because he wants to kill Boruto to be able to finish off the Otsutsuki.
This finally gave an explanation to the great battle between Boruto and Kawaki, which is presented at the beginning of the first chapter of the story. In the next chapter, #78, Boruto finds out that Kawaki has disappeared his parents, and confronts him.. In the middle of the discussion, Kawaki tries to hurt Sarada when she tries to protect Boruto, but the latter pulls her away from her with the intention that she doesn’t get hurt by her.
Consequently, Boruto is left with a huge wound in his right eyewhich still has in the most recent chapter, #79, in which the history of Boruto has been completely rewritten.
In this chapter, Kawaki finds himself on the run from the Hokage’s colleagues.who wish they could find Naruto and his wife once and for all, as well as teach the young man a lesson for trying to kill Boruto a second time.
Kawaki manages to sneak into the forest who is near the Village of the Leaf, suppressing his chakra, so that it is much more difficult to know his location.
that’s when Eida arrives, saying that she is on his side., and starting a conversation with the young runaway. Kawaki vents to Eida, talking about how bad he feels for not being able to protect the people he loves, and how everyone has turned against him for wanting to kill the Hokage’s son, or more specifically, what he is. inside: Momoshiki.
Later, Kawaki says that he wishes Boruto was not the son of the Hokage, that they were not brothers, to end by saying “I wish I was an outsider like me”.
Saying that, Eida begins to use his powers to fulfill Kawaki’s wishes.creating a kind of great explosion, which encompasses the forest, the Konoha Village, and even the entire planet.
In the following pages, we can see that what Eida has done is that has exchanged the roles of Kawaki and Boruto, doing that, just as Kawaki has wished. Now the Hokage’s son is an outsider, and the former outsider is now Naruto’s son.
This implies that now Boruto is the monster that tried to kill the Hokage’s sonthus becoming the criminal who is wanted and disowned by everyone in the Village.
It is later revealed that Eida has been able to do this thanks to the fact that she has “unlocked” a power called “Omnipotence”.which has allowed him to alter the memories of the vast majority of people in the Village, with the only exceptions being the Otsutsuki and their descendants, Kawaki, Boruto and Sarada, and Eida, because it is his own technique.
For a long time, the fandom of the Naruto franchise has been in contention due to the Boruto: Naruto Next Generations series, being that many claimed that Boruto was not a good characterand even stating that the one who should star in the story would be Kawaki instead of the main character of the play.
Apparently, these criticisms have crept into the mind of the creator or screenwriter of this work, as it has finally taken a drastic and dramatic turn with which it now Kawaki has become the protagonist of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations.
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