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While manifestation of Momoshiki was to be expected, I agree his behaviour seems to be a bit bizarre. Okay, his pattern of speech was the usual one, with all the "inferior creature" and stuff. Still, he showed up exactly at the momemt Sarada was about to be killed, and attacked only Boro without touching any of Team 7 members or Naruto (borrowing his chakra was just a necessity to keep Boruto's body powered). In other words, he appeared to be consciously helping them against Boro. Why would he do that, if his only goal is to take over Boruto's body, and neither Kara nor Konoha are his comrades? The only thought of mine is that he, akin to Orochimaru, reconsidered his ways of life after the death and decided to do things differently this time.
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While manifestation of Momoshiki was to be expected, I agree his behaviour seems to be a bit bizarre. Okay, his pattern of speech was the usual one, with all the "inferior creature" and stuff. Still, he showed up exactly at the momemt Sarada was about to be killed, and attacked only Boro without touching any of Team 7 members or Naruto (borrowing his chakra was just a necessity to keep Boruto's body powered). In other words, he appeared to be consciously helping them against Boro. Why would he do that, if his only goal is to take over Boruto's body, and neither Kara nor Konoha are his comrades? The only thought of mine is that he, akin to Orochimaru, reconsidered his ways of life after the death and decided to do things differently this time. Another option is that he's aware of Isshiki as Kara's leaders and considers him a threat as well.

Latest revision as of 22:47, February 21, 2020

While manifestation of Momoshiki was to be expected, I agree his behaviour seems to be a bit bizarre. Okay, his pattern of speech was the usual one, with all the "inferior creature" and stuff. Still, he showed up exactly at the momemt Sarada was about to be killed, and attacked only Boro without touching any of Team 7 members or Naruto (borrowing his chakra was just a necessity to keep Boruto's body powered). In other words, he appeared to be consciously helping them against Boro. Why would he do that, if his only goal is to take over Boruto's body, and neither Kara nor Konoha are his comrades? The only thought of mine is that he, akin to Orochimaru, reconsidered his ways of life after the death and decided to do things differently this time. Another option is that he's aware of Isshiki as Kara's leaders and considers him a threat as well.

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