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  • So, we've finally got a plenty of a new stuff here, with it being quite intriguing and promising, I guess.

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    • Nice more fated power-ups 👍...

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    • 30 pages of new content dam he was on fire lol

      i enjoyed it wht about u ppz?

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    • Good stuff. Good start to Boruto's story. Let's see where this goes, eh?

      Definitely lots of content that wasn't in the movie, which was nice.

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    • Hmp, didn't expect that Momoshiki would somehow influence Boruto's future. So, Kawaki shares a connection to Ootsutsuki too?

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    • so...sasuke is now immuen to time-stop...

      AND we get mystical BS like "one who defeats a god -like hell that guy is a god, he is some dude who has broken KKG- stops being human" -_-

      this feels like a sentence i would get from nanatsu no taizei or negima/uq holder or the like, not from chakra using ninjas -_-

      BTW, anyone else hating this "boruto went face to face with a superpowerful enemy" BS? boruto barely did anything and got 99.9% of his chakra from naruto... quite a bit to much credit this cheating unthankful brat is getting  :/

      Oh, and: f*ck the author for sh*tting on sarada *angry face*

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    • GreatestSin wrote: so...sasuke is now immuen to time-stop...

      AND we get mystical BS like "one who defeats a god -like hell that guy is a god, he is some dude who has broken KKG- stops being human" -_-

      this feels like a sentence i would get from nanatsu no taizei or negima/uq holder or the like, not from chakra using ninjas -_-

      I don't think it was a time stop, even Kaguya isn't so op, it rather seemed like Momoshiki spoke to Boruto beyond the time itself, though it's sure that Sasuke was able to catch a glimpse on it thanks to his Rinnegan.

      Momoshiki's KKG wasn't broken in any event, and no ordinary shinobi could defeat him, only Naruto/Sasuke, the ones who received the powers from Ootsutsuki directly, and even they needed some help.

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    • Well, this borderline confirms the Ootsuki not to be Aliens but rather celestial beings like many of us already suspected. The Kaguya article should be fixed, though they could leave Toneri´s description as an Alien since that guy literally is a moonman and that technically makes him an alien though his heritage does stem from earth. But if humans were the colonize mars they´d be martians too after a millenia of generations, so he should be fine. Never was it confirmed that either parties use interstellar teleportation when they visit each others "worlds" and having a higher plain of existance that inhabits gods is more fitting into Naruto´s Shintoism inspired world rather than some Scifi bs.

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    • Ravenlot 27 wrote:

      I don't think it was a time stop, even Kaguya isn't so op, it rather seemed like Momoshiki spoke to Boruto beyond the time itself, though it's sure that Sasuke was able to catch a glimpse on it thanks to his Rinnegan.

      seemed like timestop, neither of the chars moved...

      oh and, "beyond time itself" sounds actually even more broken than timestop..

      Ravenlot 27 wrote: Momoshiki's KKG wasn't broken in any event, and no ordinary shinobi could defeat him, only Naruto/Sasuke, the ones who received the powers from Ootsutsuki directly, and even they needed some help.

      momos KKG was broken...i think you misunderstood my words, "broken" as in "cheat-like strong", not "literally broken" ^_^

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    • Its that 3rd Ootsutsuki that Kaguya was talking about in the anime.

      http://blogthumb2.naver.net/20160527_199/gstun123_1464339742809icaVX_JPEG/%EC%A6%9D%EA%B1%B01.jpg?type=w2

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    • Observations:

      • Boruto being able to perceive Momoshiki's lingering essence (chakra ghost?) is pretty much the same thing that happened to Hinata in The Last.
      • A lot of people seem to be interpretting the line about Boruto's blue eyes as foreshadowing a powerup, but having seen the raw, it seems like the opposite to me. Momoshiki is saying his blue eyes -- his human eyes -- are a weakness that will bring him suffering.
      • The seal Momoshiki places on his palm strongly resembles a Byakugou. I think it's safe to assume it contains Momoshiki's chakra? Or perhaps his "will?" Both?

      Speculation:

      • If Boruto is haunted by Momoshiki's warning and curse, similar to Sasuke's memories of Itachi and Orochimaru's curse seal, perhaps it will play a role in him seeking out power.
      • Perhaps he replaced his right eye with a Byakugan to overcome the weakness of his human eyes?
      • Perhaps he will seek out Toneri to learn more about the Otsutski and his curse?
      • If the seal on his right arm infuses him with Momoshiki's pure Otsutsuki chakra, and his right eye is a Hyuga Byakugan, then might it be possible for the chakra to resonate with his Byakugan and transform it into a Tenseigan?
      • Perhaps the Byakugou seal is yet another technique passed down through the ages which has its origins with the Otsutsuki?
      • If Boruto's seal was placed by an Otsutsuki, what of Kawaki's? Does he also carry the legacy of their clan, or is it an imitation?
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    • GreatestSin wrote: seemed like timestop, neither of the chars moved...

      oh and, "beyond time itself" sounds actually even more broken than timestop..

      Okay, it seems it was a wrong choice of words from me. I just meant that Momoshiki's conversation with Boruto was something akin to the tailed beasts' telepathy where they could speak with each other without spending an actual time on it: no matter how long the conversation should take, there won't pass any time in the reality.

      Edit: regarding Momoshiki's seal, I just realised that it must be the source of the markings Boruto had shown in the future clash against Kawaki, since they came from his right palm, and Momoshiki placed the marking exactly on it. So, while Kawaki has demonstrated the same kind of seals from his left palm, it can be assumed that this power also comes from Ootsutsuki.

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    • ^that is a good point, and sasuke even with sharingan showed already enough skill in order to spy into narutos and kuramas conversation, even interrupt it, so this is probably why he saw it this time too...

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    • I think Momoshiki sealed his powers and chakra into it and since Boruto is a Hyuga too he can use the power. It didn't seem like Momoshiki did that out of spite.. it seemed like he peered into Boruto's future and realized that Boruto is special, BUT he would need that power in order to succeed at whatever he is destined to succeed at??

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    • QuakingStar wrote: I think Momoshiki sealed his powers and chakra into it and since Boruto is a Hyuga too he can use the power. It didn't seem like Momoshiki did that out of spite.. it seemed like he peered into Boruto's future and realized that Boruto is special, BUT he would need that power in order to succeed at whatever he is destined to succeed at??

      Perhaps. It might not be purely altruistic, though. It might be that he simply wants to continue his own legacy by perpetuating his chakra, or perhaps it will allow him to exert his will over Boruto somehow. Maybe it will make it possible for him to be reborn. Maybe it will even be a beacon that draws more Otsutski to the world.

      While I personally think it'll probably just be a power source similar to a Curse Seal, there are certainly lots of other possibilities.

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    • Technically, it makes no sense. Momoshiki was arrogant and cared only for himself, so why should he grant anyone, especially the enemy who played a crucial part in his death, his own power all of sudden? Either he has his own goals or he has seen something really special in Boruto and his future.

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    • Ravenlot 27 wrote: Technically, it makes no sense. Momoshiki was arrogant and cared only for himself, so why should he grant anyone, especially the enemy who played a crucial part in his death, his own power all of sudden? Either he has his own goals or he has seen something really special in Boruto and his future.

      Maybe he wants to turn Boruto into a "real Otsutski."

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    • FF-Suzaku wrote:

      QuakingStar wrote: I think Momoshiki sealed his powers and chakra into it and since Boruto is a Hyuga too he can use the power. It didn't seem like Momoshiki did that out of spite.. it seemed like he peered into Boruto's future and realized that Boruto is special, BUT he would need that power in order to succeed at whatever he is destined to succeed at??

      Perhaps. It might not be purely altruistic, though. It might be that he simply wants to continue his own legacy by perpetuating his chakra, or perhaps it will allow him to exert his will over Boruto somehow. Maybe it will make it possible for him to be reborn. Maybe it will even be a beacon that draws more Otsutski to the world.

      While I personally think it'll probably just be a power source similar to a Curse Seal, there are certainly lots of other possibilities.

      We should just agree that no one can definitely ascertain what the motivation behind Momoshiki´s action was. His behaviour was consistently hostile & condescendingly towards any humans he encountered, therefore any altruistic motives, can be regarded as unlikely, with a tendency towards 0% probability. This notion is enhance, when you consider the selfish nature of his behaviour, towards his comerades, who he sees as nothing more than energy fuel towards the achievement of more power.

      The only thing, that we, the audience, can deduce through his speech. Is the foreshadowing of future events the author wants us to know about and Momoshiki´s capability of an advanced Byakugan ability, which enables him to predict or possibly even see the future of only other individuals, depending on the limitations, the author intends to bestow upon him, as the story unfolds itself. As for his appereance before Boruto. We do not know how he did it! We can only derive his ability to talk in etherial form to Boruto, through other characters who have already performed similar tasks by manipulating Chakra. Examples include but are not limited too: Minato, Kushina, Hagoromo and Obito.

      Those characters had the capabilities to influence people and imbue their chakra into them beyond their death. How Momoshiki did it, doesn´t matter. considering his apparent superiority in powerlevel compared to most of those characters. What I found more interesting is the fact that refers to himself as a god, which implies that the Ōtsutsuki Clan doesn´t consist of interplanetary Aliens, but rather divine beings that look down upon humans due to their inherent nature.

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    • Ravenlot 27 wrote: Technically, it makes no sense. Momoshiki was arrogant and cared only for himself.

      Momoshiki cared about immortality, which in a sense he currently has somewhat accomplished if he indeed transfer a part of himself into Boruto, just as Orochimaru has done in the past with his juinjutsu.

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    • It would've made sence if Momomoshiki had seemed to do it reluctantly, because of having no other choice, while he's rather done it on his own free will.

      Besides, Momoshiki calling himself a god doesn't change the Ootsutsuki nature to the literal gods, since Kaguya reffered herself and was reffered as to a goddess the same way.

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    • Sarutobii2 wrote:

      Ravenlot 27 wrote: Technically, it makes no sense. Momoshiki was arrogant and cared only for himself.

      Momoshiki cared about immortality, which in a sense he currently has somewhat accomplished if he indeed transfer a part of himself into Boruto, just as Orochimaru has done in the past with his juinjutsu.

      Why are people so stuck up on him being inside Boruto? There is an equally high chance that the guy simply is dead and just wanted to spit into Boruto´s face one last time from the grave. To me at least it comes off as a pure plot device for the sake of foreshadowing the future events that are to unfold in the series and nothing else.

      Obito could controll his Chakra beyond death and he only received a Hagoromo like state. Minato & Kushina could manipulate chakra past their death after their souls had passed on to the pure land and they were just regular albeit Kage level Ninja.

      Why should an arrogant divine being have the urge to copy his soul into the body of a human boy, a race he deems inferior for the sake of achieving immortality? Isn´t Kaguya Immortal? Last time I checked she was and the only requirement for her to achieve that goal was to eat the Chakra fruit. If this is the requirement shouldn´t Momoshiki be capeable of achieving immortality by fullfilling the same requirements? So why the whole Orochimaru copycat theory?

      The only other character that came close to her level of immortality was Hidan and that guy is dead according to Pain. Maybe his immortality wears off after enough time passes. This wouldn´t surprise me and given Pain´s capabilities he could have released him if he still was available. Kishimoto left it ambigious, but I doubt the new author will bring Hidan of all people back into the story, given his minor influence on the story.

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    • Ravenlot 27 wrote: Okay, it seems it was a wrong choice of words from me. I just meant that Momoshiki's conversation with Boruto was something akin to the tailed beasts' telepathy where they could speak with each other without spending an actual time on it: no matter how long the conversation should take, there won't pass any time in the reality.

      Why do people think Boruto's talk is so special? We've seen people talk to ghosts before, and conversations in the mental plane have always been extremely vague time-wise. We've also seen people pick any form for their mental plane, so i don't see how Momoshiki (Assuming it was momoshiki) would't be able to make it seem like time stood still.

      Continuing with the Momoshiki thing, it's likely that Boruto could sense his soul. it's not an outrageous ability since we've already seen eyes rip out souls. Sasuke's Rinnegan can presumably do that too, although it seems momoshiki was able to hide his presence from Sasuke.

      I don't see how what Momoshiki did would be very different from transmigration.

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    • Actually, I don't think it was a special conversation, since chakra ghosts and mental talks were shown in the series quite often, I just wanted to debunk the assumption that Momoshiki literally freezed the time itself in order to talk with Boruto.

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    • Isterio wrote: Why are people so stuck up on him being inside Boruto?

      Because Boruto aspires to become a shinobi like Sasuke. Putting his character through the same hardships as Sasuke aka receiving a curse mark and having an evil person inside himself is a step towards reaching his objective for better or worse.

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    • Thekillman wrote:

      Ravenlot 27 wrote: Okay, it seems it was a wrong choice of words from me. I just meant that Momoshiki's conversation with Boruto was something akin to the tailed beasts' telepathy where they could speak with each other without spending an actual time on it: no matter how long the conversation should take, there won't pass any time in the reality.

      Why do people think Boruto's talk is so special? We've seen people talk to ghosts before, and conversations in the mental plane have always been extremely vague time-wise. We've also seen people pick any form for their mental plane, so i don't see how Momoshiki (Assuming it was momoshiki) would't be able to make it seem like time stood still.

      Continuing with the Momoshiki thing, it's likely that Boruto could sense his soul. it's not an outrageous ability since we've already seen eyes rip out souls. Sasuke's Rinnegan can presumably do that too, although it seems momoshiki was able to hide his presence from Sasuke.

      I don't see how what Momoshiki did would be very different from transmigration.

      I just hope they stick with mostly established abilities. I don´t want Boruto to pull some new Dojutsu out of his ass that becomes canon. I had a theory when the Manga ended that the Uzumaki Clan descendant from Hamura´s family branch, explaining their high life force etc. Basicly the sibling clan of the Hyuga, which due to the fortunate union of his parents would lead to Boruto awakening Tenseigan that enables him to surpass Naruto & Sasuke in powerlevel, which Kishimoto foreshadowed in the Movie. Given the consistant duality of Manga the Tenseigan who is "apparently" equal to Rinnegan in terms of power could be the version of the same ability that unlocks through training and maturity rather than talent alone. Hamura is implied to have achieved this ability after sealing his mother and a considerate amount of time passed while Hagoromo was born with his ability. Mirroring the consistent inferiority of the younger brother who has to work harder to catch up to the older sibling in the Naruto verse.

      Sarutobii2 wrote:

      Isterio wrote: Why are people so stuck up on him being inside Boruto?

      Because Boruto aspires to become a shinobi like Sasuke. Putting his character through the same hardships as Sasuke aka reviving a curse mark and having an evil person inside himself is a step towards reaching his objective for better or worse.

      I understand the reasoning, but this would be exceptionally lazy and boring from the author. From what we have read untill now they seem to be desperate to convey that they want to tell a different story set within the same universe. Given those aspirations, parallelisms are a given, but there is no value in replacing Naruto´s story arc with Sasuke´s for Boruto. Furthermore it doesn´t make sense for Boruto to copy Sasuke´s arc due to him living in an inherently opposite environment and neither have they introduced a character that´d be fitting to fullfill that role either. WHat I´m trying to say is. If Momoshiki imbued Boruto with a curse mark his motivation doesn´t necessarily have to be takeover of his body. He could as well just have sealed himself inside of him to cheat death and come back. Literally the same way Orochimaru did it, but without any intentions of taking him over. He like I mentioned above could just wanted to mock him foreseeing that the boy is doomed and finding pleasure in that certainty. Like I said, we simply cannot know and i doubt this outcome. Although I wouldn´t put it past them.

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    • Ravenlot 27 wrote: Actually, I don't think it was a special conversation, since chakra ghosts and mental talks were shown in the series quite often, I just wanted to debunk the assumption that Momoshiki literally freezed the time itself in order to talk with Boruto.

      Ah ok. In that case, i agree with you.

      Isterio wrote: I just hope they stick with mostly established abilities.

      I hope we return to a more part-I style of fighting, with established strengths and weaknesses in stead of "I just made this jutsu up on the spot lol" that was so damn common in the 4th war.


      Isterio wrote: Like I said, we simply cannot know and i doubt this outcome. Although I wouldn´t put it past them.

      Anything is possible at this point, it can go multiple ways. But i think it's clear that Boruto's road won't be like Sasuke or Naruto's. Sure he has something to prove, but he also has the power to accomplish what he wants. By far the biggest challenge for Boruto will be finding his own path. Momoshiki's cryptic warnings may cause Boruto to waver. He doesn't really have a good example to follow (and i think Sasuke will quickly point out that he shouldn't follow his...complicated path). He doesn't really have something like a war to focus his efforts (since in war, it's either death or survival).

      It's definitely going to be an interesting ride.

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    • anybody ever noticed that the hyping by the authors on boruto (the character, not the manga) was so big, they actually made him overpower momo with brute force? and I have a question: when Naruto said to sasuke how long he was keep up with the rival thing, sasuke replied by saying : only until I pull ahead of you.. does that mean that Naruto is stronger than sasuke, at least in that one part of the manga?

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    • For Momoshiki being a god, I disagree. It's a self-label, even Nagato called himself a god. They can sexually reproduce, thus get born, can die and also have to eat chakra fruits to get power, unlike a real deity.

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    • Why are fans so bothered by the boruto momo seal mark

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    • Cursed Momo Seal lol.. I love it.

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    • MAMMAM787 wrote: Why are fans so bothered by the boruto momo seal mark

      Because it's stupid

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    • Well, what if, just what if... both Boruto and Kawaki are transmigrants/incarnates? Hence the theme of fate. Also Boruto vs Kawaki is somewhat reminiscent of Naruto vs Sasuke.

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    • Elveonora wrote: For Momoshiki being a god, I disagree. It's a self-label, even Nagato called himself a god. They can sexually reproduce, thus get born, can die and also have to eat chakra fruits to get power, unlike a real deity.

      This is so dumb. The inherent missconception in this "god" debate, is that the japanese word "kami",which gets translated to god, or paper(yes it´s the same Kanji), refers to a christian omnipotent god. This is stupid and close minded. Zeus is a god, yet he can procreate, proven by his million bastard sons, including Hercules. Odin is a god and Thor is a god, yet they´re both mortal and are prophecized to die during their mythology´s Armaggeddon. Like holy hell, how uneducated do you have to be, to dismiss a thesis based on christian arguments, in a japanese work of fiction. Naruto/Boruto are written and edited by non christian authors, that are probably either Buddhist or Shinto and their religions inhabit a plethora of deities, who are all exceptionless mortal.A culture to which the concept of an omnipotent ideal being is completely foreign and illogical, not only from a rational standpoint but from an inherently philosophical one. Ashura/Asura and Indra/Indura refer to deitis or demons depending on the interpretation of the text in question battle those "gods" refered too as deva, because the Deva are arrogant and the Asura are jealous of their superiority, one is flawed because absorbed by arrogance the other by anger. The Deva path of Pain was refered to as the "god" path in multiple translations. Why would you say that?

      It makes perfect sense to include a class of deitis in the feudal japan based world of Naruto, that already has this concept alluded and refered too during several occasions, unlike Aliens who are as out of place in Naruto as they are in Indiana Jones.

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    • What if it all turns out that boruto becomes the one who seeks power and ends up killing naruto to try and take his power and his mom to steal her eye and Kawaki is actually the good guy... wanting to "end the era of shinobi" to finally end the evil...teehee

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    • actually (and weirdly), I thought of the same thing.. like, what if boruto gets corrupted by momo's spirit or something like that?

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    • Isterio wrote:

      Thekillman wrote:

      Ravenlot 27 wrote: Okay, it seems it was a wrong choice of words from me. I just meant that Momoshiki's conversation with Boruto was something akin to the tailed beasts' telepathy where they could speak with each other without spending an actual time on it: no matter how long the conversation should take, there won't pass any time in the reality.

      Why do people think Boruto's talk is so special? We've seen people talk to ghosts before, and conversations in the mental plane have always been extremely vague time-wise. We've also seen people pick any form for their mental plane, so i don't see how Momoshiki (Assuming it was momoshiki) would't be able to make it seem like time stood still.

      Continuing with the Momoshiki thing, it's likely that Boruto could sense his soul. it's not an outrageous ability since we've already seen eyes rip out souls. Sasuke's Rinnegan can presumably do that too, although it seems momoshiki was able to hide his presence from Sasuke.

      I don't see how what Momoshiki did would be very different from transmigration.

      I just hope they stick with mostly established abilities. I don´t want Boruto to pull some new Dojutsu out of his ass that becomes canon. I had a theory when the Manga ended that the Uzumaki Clan descendant from Hamura´s family branch, explaining their high life force etc. Basicly the sibling clan of the Hyuga, which due to the fortunate union of his parents would lead to Boruto awakening Tenseigan that enables him to surpass Naruto & Sasuke in powerlevel, which Kishimoto foreshadowed in the Movie. Given the consistant duality of Manga the Tenseigan who is "apparently" equal to Rinnegan in terms of power could be the version of the same ability that unlocks through training and maturity rather than talent alone. Hamura is implied to have achieved this ability after sealing his mother and a considerate amount of time passed while Hagoromo was born with his ability. Mirroring the consistent inferiority of the younger brother who has to work harder to catch up to the older sibling in the Naruto verse.

      Sarutobii2 wrote:

      Isterio wrote: Why are people so stuck up on him being inside Boruto?

      Because Boruto aspires to become a shinobi like Sasuke. Putting his character through the same hardships as Sasuke aka reviving a curse mark and having an evil person inside himself is a step towards reaching his objective for better or worse.

      I understand the reasoning, but this would be exceptionally lazy and boring from the author. From what we have read untill now they seem to be desperate to convey that they want to tell a different story set within the same universe. Given those aspirations, parallelisms are a given, but there is no value in replacing Naruto´s story arc with Sasuke´s for Boruto. Furthermore it doesn´t make sense for Boruto to copy Sasuke´s arc due to him living in an inherently opposite environment and neither have they introduced a character that´d be fitting to fullfill that role either. WHat I´m trying to say is. If Momoshiki imbued Boruto with a curse mark his motivation doesn´t necessarily have to be takeover of his body. He could as well just have sealed himself inside of him to cheat death and come back. Literally the same way Orochimaru did it, but without any intentions of taking him over. He like I mentioned above could just wanted to mock him foreseeing that the boy is doomed and finding pleasure in that certainty. Like I said, we simply cannot know and i doubt this outcome. Although I wouldn´t put it past them.

      The Uzumaki clan can't possibly decend from Hamura as only a direct decendant of Indra or asura can be there transmigrants. since naruto is a transmigrant of Asura he must be a direct decendant of Asura.

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    • I appreciate that this chapter doesn't necessarily contradict the movie. It changed a few details around to lay the groundwork for the rest of the manga. I gotta say, I'm intrigued as to what's in store for the future.

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    • its looks good alright, but the boruto-hyping, the boruto-power upping, and the boruto-defeating-momo part irritates me.

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    • Why does everyone think its actually Momoshiki?

      Boruto says that it is, but to be totally honest, it only looks like Momoshiki.

      I could make a solid argument to prove that we are wrong, and that this Otsutsuki who is talking to Boruto, is someone else who might be related to Momoshiki:

      > Their designs are slightly different. Very minor, but their hair/horns are different.

      Even if Momoshiki was coming back from the dead as a ghost, why would his horns not be back to normal despite everything else going back to normal? Including his clothes.

      > The Otsutsuki said he cannot see his own fate, but its implied in the way that his 'destiny' is not over. If 'Momoshiki' was dead, and was talking to Boruto about destiny, he would of said.

      "I could not read my fate" instead of saying "he cannot see his own fate" -- Because he's already dead!

      The author is trying to trick to us. What are your thoughts?

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    • I actually think it was time stopping that he used, and not some "ghost" form or whatever.They kind of made it clear with Boruto himself saying that time was stopped.Otherwise, why even bother mentioning? Also, it was kind of clear that their conversation happend in real life, and not in Boruto's mind.So it kind of made sense that Sasuke could feel something with his rinnegan, since the whole thing was probably a rinnegan ability to begin with. However, if it is like so, it wouldn't make sense not to use such ability during the main battle.

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    • Well majority of the chapter was the ending of the movie, but it got some new pieces, so i gave it a 4/5 for effort. I am a little interested in Shinki.

      The pervbait design of the girls is still disgusting. I'm so glad the anime isn't using them.

      Konohamaru looked very weird in this chapter, lol

      Next chapter should prove interesting to the fandom, as a new story starts. Will it be a hit and miss?

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    • Isterio wrote: This is so dumb. The inherent missconception in this "god" debate, is that the japanese word "kami",which gets translated to god, or paper(yes it´s the same Kanji), refers to a christian omnipotent god. This is stupid and close minded. Zeus is a god, yet he can procreate, proven by his million bastard sons, including Hercules. Odin is a god and Thor is a god, yet they´re both mortal and are prophecized to die during their mythology´s Armaggeddon. Like holy hell, how uneducated do you have to be, to dismiss a thesis based on christian arguments, in a japanese work of fiction. Naruto/Boruto are written and edited by non christian authors, that are probably either Buddhist or Shinto and their religions inhabit a plethora of deities, who are all exceptionless mortal.A culture to which the concept of an omnipotent ideal being is completely foreign and illogical, not only from a rational standpoint but from an inherently philosophical one. Ashura/Asura and Indra/Indura refer to deitis or demons depending on the interpretation of the text in question battle those "gods" refered too as deva, because the Deva are arrogant and the Asura are jealous of their superiority, one is flawed because absorbed by arrogance the other by anger. The Deva path of Pain was refered to as the "god" path in multiple translations. Why would you say that?

      It makes perfect sense to include a class of deitis in the feudal japan based world of Naruto, that already has this concept alluded and refered too during several occasions, unlike Aliens who are as out of place in Naruto as they are in Indiana Jones.

      I'm an atheist by the way, belief in any kind of deity is dumb imo. Of course I know that Christian definition and description of God isn't exactly the same as other religions. But if you label someone a god/goddess and said individual isn't:

      • Eternal/timeless
      • Omnipotent
      • Omniscient
      • Has physical form that can sexually reproduce, has to eat&drink&sleep and can die

      Then the words god/goddess/deity mean nothing more contextually than a superior lifeform so advanced that supernatural traits get falsely attributed to them by a lesser primitive race's lack of understanding.

      In other words, Momoshiki is no more God to Boruto than you are to an ant in your garden.

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    • @Isterio Correction: kanji for god is 神, while kanji for paper is 紙.

      As for chapter... Meh.

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    • My bad I've been inactive first, school started so I'll catch up to the episodes I'm behind on too. Chapter was cool, just glad the movie crap is over. I hung in there Elvenora, just for you fam lol. Boruto getting a curse mark is really Sasuke-path like so I'm fine with this, it's kinda cool but on the flip side Boruto will suffer from bad power scaling eventually. But the biggest wtf in the chapter... Shinki is Gaara's son????? Did Gaara really have sex with Matsuri? It's the only girl who had feelings for him lol. Please explain Kishi.

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    • There's a possibility that the Otsutsuki in this chapter isn't Momoshiki, probably just a look alike. Momoshiki is quite taller than this Otsutsuki and his horns are more developed. Plus his statements are not like Momoshiki's. Why refer to Boruto as "son of man instead of "Son of Naruto or "son of the fox like he has never met Boruto before. It doesnt make sense. But then again when Boruto shouted " Its you Momoshiki. the Otsutsuki turned to look at Boruto as if he was surprised Boruto knew his name and said "I see..You have the blood of one mixed with the byakugan. The problem here is Momoshiki has already looked into Boruto's chakra before so why the statement "I see... like he's just realizing it now. Another theory is that its Momoshiki of a parallel or causal dimension. Sounds crazy right. personally I think that Otsutsuki moment with Boruto wasn't on a mental plane but a different personal dimension(more like Madara's limbo world) which Boruto could sense and look into.

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    • It was possibly a 3rd Otsutsuki rather than Momoshiki. Well, looking forward to whether it is true or not in future chapters...

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    • Elveonora wrote:

      Isterio wrote: This is so dumb. The inherent missconception in this "god" debate, is that the japanese word "kami",which gets translated to god, or paper(yes it´s the same Kanji), refers to a christian omnipotent god. This is stupid and close minded. Zeus is a god, yet he can procreate, proven by his million bastard sons, including Hercules. Odin is a god and Thor is a god, yet they´re both mortal and are prophecized to die during their mythology´s Armaggeddon. Like holy hell, how uneducated do you have to be, to dismiss a thesis based on christian arguments, in a japanese work of fiction. Naruto/Boruto are written and edited by non christian authors, that are probably either Buddhist or Shinto and their religions inhabit a plethora of deities, who are all exceptionless mortal.A culture to which the concept of an omnipotent ideal being is completely foreign and illogical, not only from a rational standpoint but from an inherently philosophical one. Ashura/Asura and Indra/Indura refer to deitis or demons depending on the interpretation of the text in question battle those "gods" refered too as deva, because the Deva are arrogant and the Asura are jealous of their superiority, one is flawed because absorbed by arrogance the other by anger. The Deva path of Pain was refered to as the "god" path in multiple translations. Why would you say that?

      It makes perfect sense to include a class of deitis in the feudal japan based world of Naruto, that already has this concept alluded and refered too during several occasions, unlike Aliens who are as out of place in Naruto as they are in Indiana Jones.

      I'm an atheist by the way, belief in any kind of deity is dumb imo. Of course I know that Christian definition and description of God isn't exactly the same as other religions. But if you label someone a god/goddess and said individual isn't:

      • Eternal/timeless
      • Omnipotent
      • Omniscient
      • Has physical form that can sexually reproduce, has to eat&drink&sleep and can die

      Then the words god/goddess/deity mean nothing more contextually than a superior lifeform so advanced that supernatural traits get falsely attributed to them by a lesser primitive race's lack of understanding.

      In other words, Momoshiki is no more God to Boruto than you are to an ant in your garden.

      [[1]] Look up definitions 3-4 you´re welcome!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GD6qtc2_AQA

      If you don´t like it contact all the English speaking countries and probably all european ones as well as all with european descent and tell them to fix their definitions, because the deitis from their individual mythologies need to be redefined in the dictionaries.

      JouXIII wrote: @Isterio Correction: kanji for god is 神, while kanji for paper is 紙.

      As for chapter... Meh.

      Thanks alot for the correction, so the difference lies in the pronounciation when spoken, anyway everything else is true.

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    • Deity is a false concept to begin with so the word's meaning is completely subjective and vague.

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    • Kaybanks wrote: There's a possibility that the Otsutsuki in this chapter isn't Momoshiki, probably just a look alike. Momoshiki is quite taller than this Otsutsuki and his horns are more developed. Plus his statements are not like Momoshiki's. Why refer to Boruto as "son of man instead of "Son of Naruto or "son of the fox like he has never met Boruto before. It doesnt make sense. But then again when Boruto shouted " Its you Momoshiki. the Otsutsuki turned to look at Boruto as if he was surprised Boruto knew his name and said "I see..You have the blood of one mixed with the byakugan. The problem here is Momoshiki has already looked into Boruto's chakra before so why the statement "I see... like he's just realizing it now. Another theory is that its Momoshiki of a parallel or causal dimension. Sounds crazy right. personally I think that Otsutsuki moment with Boruto wasn't on a mental plane but a different personal dimension(more like Madara's limbo world) which Boruto could sense and look into.

      I think we shouldn't complicate things to such an extent. It was Momoshiki without a doubt. Since Ootsutsuki have shown the ability to stay in the form of chakra ghosts after their actual death, it makes sense for Momoshiki as well. Also, all this talk about fates came from Momoshiki in the first place: during the battle, he stated that Naruto/Boruto "share a quite interesting fate", using his Byakugan to perceive that, the same way as the ghost perceived Boruto's future (though it's possible that Momoshiki learned that already in the first case and just announced it later). His horns weren't less developed they were simply shown damaged, along with the loose hair of Momoshiki. Also, it makes sense for Momoshiki to change his manner of speech to less boastful after his downfall, his words to Boruto about him ceasing to be an ordinary human after defeating a god just prove it. What's important too, Momomoshiki still referred to his own fate when he said he as unable to foresee it.

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    • Stop preaching atheist, you make us look bad.

      Anyway, I think this is Momoshiki's arrogance talking, instead of him being an actual deity. There is a chance that shinju and Otsutsuki are of divine origin, but since it is not confirmed, please take your fanfiction somewhere else.

      I hope this fate thing will not be addressed soon, or sudden, or lame. prefer it to be gradual.

      And please no tenseigan, its like a free-card to 4th great ninja war fighting techniques, where my Chakra-Fu is stronger than yours! kind of battle happens, instead of actual tactics. tasteless.

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    • Just saying that there's no proof for actual deities within the Naruto lore and what constitutes a deity for one person might not be the same as another's definition of the word and concept.

      Not even sure if there's space for actual deities within Naruto verse, again, actual deity being subjective, but let's say from Christian point of view kind of deity.

      Someone who is immortal? We do have immortal characters, none confirmed gods or goddesses with the exception of Kaguya, but her godhood status/label might just refer to magnitude and vastness of her powers rather than being a supernatural entity.

      Someone who is omnipotent? We have characters who can rewrite their own death and create something from nothing, still not deities tho.

      So the only trait that would truly account for a character being an actual deity is supernatural origins.

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    • don't know if u guys know this, but son of man (the way momo called boruto), was Jesus' title when he was alive. interesting. its kinda like he (momo) refers to himself as the original, and boruto as his creation. @elvenora, just wanted to say that God in Christianity is omniscient as well, and no knows everything in the narutoverse. actually, the more powerful they are, the dumber they seem to get, in a way...

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    • Yeah, wasn't going to list all the traits, my point was just that several characters would fit the description since they exhibit aforementioned traits, yet are just mere mortals and human in most cases regardless.

      Therefore said traits alone can't be used to determine someone's deity status in Naruto. The only way the original Otsutsukis could be deities is if they don't share the same biological origin of life as elsewhere in the universe.

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    • From what I've seen, Momoshiki uses 人の子 (hito no ko), which basically means "child". While it's true that it can also be used for Christ, I think it's more likely that Momoshiki simply called Boruto child.

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    • okay... I don't speak Japanese. sorry lol

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    • Ravenlot 27 wrote:

      Kaybanks wrote: There's a possibility that the Otsutsuki in this chapter isn't Momoshiki, probably just a look alike. Momoshiki is quite taller than this Otsutsuki and his horns are more developed. Plus his statements are not like Momoshiki's. Why refer to Boruto as "son of man instead of "Son of Naruto or "son of the fox like he has never met Boruto before. It doesnt make sense. But then again when Boruto shouted " Its you Momoshiki. the Otsutsuki turned to look at Boruto as if he was surprised Boruto knew his name and said "I see..You have the blood of one mixed with the byakugan. The problem here is Momoshiki has already looked into Boruto's chakra before so why the statement "I see... like he's just realizing it now. Another theory is that its Momoshiki of a parallel or causal dimension. Sounds crazy right. personally I think that Otsutsuki moment with Boruto wasn't on a mental plane but a different personal dimension(more like Madara's limbo world) which Boruto could sense and look into.

      I think we shouldn't complicate things to such an extent. It was Momoshiki without a doubt. Since Ootsutsuki have shown the ability to stay in the form of chakra ghosts after their actual death, it makes sense for Momoshiki as well. Also, all this talk about fates came from Momoshiki in the first place: during the battle, he stated that Naruto/Boruto "share a quite interesting fate", using his Byakugan to perceive that, the same way as the ghost perceived Boruto's future (though it's possible that Momoshiki learned that already in the first case and just announced it later). His horns weren't less developed they were simply shown damaged, along with the loose hair of Momoshiki. Also, it makes sense for Momoshiki to change his manner of speech to less boastful after his downfall, his words to Boruto about him ceasing to be an ordinary human after defeating a god just prove it. What's important too, Momomoshiki still referred to his own fate when he said he as unable to foresee it.

      I wonder why as a chakra ghost he takes on his unfused appearance and that appearance looks so different The changes change so much: 1. His horns are shorter 2. His horns are no longer forward facing but back facing 3. He no longer wears shoes. He replaced his clothes tho 4. He gets like 5 inches shorter. Even he becomes out of character. Momo was so disgust about humans but somehow shows interest in Boruto. Him being a chakra ghost in Boruto's psyche and not physically present is confusing. I mean why is he surprised Boruto can sense him if he is in Boruto's own psyche. His statement "I am unable to foresee my own fate' suggest he is not dead and we know Momoshiki is truly dead. It should be "I was unable to forsee my own fate'.

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    • maybe he looks different, cuz he absorbed kinshiki.. ever thought of that?

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    • I just know my hopes for the series are dashed. I wanted the Buroto series to go like Naruto did. Young ninja with battles involving smarts and no city busting attacks. First ten chapters he fights a essentially two gods. Yes he was mostly tagging along with kage level people, but still it's just the new standard for the Naruto series to have city busting shinobi and for everyone else to irrelevant.

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    • ikr?

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    • Ancladar wrote: but still it's just the new standard for the Naruto series to have city busting shinobi and for everyone else to irrelevant.

      It's been like that since Deidara nearly destroyed a city at the start of Chapter 1.

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    • Kaybanks wrote: I wonder why as a chakra ghost he takes on his unfused appearance and that appearance looks so different The changes change so much: 1. His horns are shorter 2. His horns are no longer forward facing but back facing 3. He no longer wears shoes. He replaced his clothes tho 4. He gets like 5 inches shorter. Even he becomes out of character. Momo was so disgust about humans but somehow shows interest in Boruto. Him being a chakra ghost in Boruto's psyche and not physically present is confusing. I mean why is he surprised Boruto can sense him if he is in Boruto's own psyche. His statement "I am unable to foresee my own fate' suggest he is not dead and we know Momoshiki is truly dead. It should be "I was unable to forsee my own fate'.

      1. As I said, the horns are just in the damaged state after the combat, 2. while they became back-facing when Momoshiki ate Kinshiki's chakra 3. Momoshiki also lost his shoes after the transformation, though all the other clothes got perfectly restored as it looked before being torn apart. 4. I don't see any indication that Momoshiki was that taller in previous appearances.

      Of course, if you show the disguist for some "lowly beings", but suddenly get killed by these beings later, you'd change the opinion about their "lowliness", at least slightly. And when you're dead, but are able to foresee something exceptional in the fate of your killer, you'd be surely interested. Nothing suggests that the chakra ghost appeared only in Boruto's phyche, he was just the only one able to percieve this ghost (and maybe Sasuke as well). And since Momoshiki became such a chakra ghost, it could be not even the complete end for him.

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    • Thekillman wrote: It's been like that since Deidara nearly destroyed a city at the start of Chapter 1.

      ...I believe you mean chapter 249, since that's where Deidara almost destroyed Sunagakure.

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    • To discuss about Kawaki, what if Kawaki is just a physical manifestation of Boruto's negative thoughts and emotions? Kinda like Boruto split in two.

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    • So Boruto's negative thought manifest in the form of black haired Mohawk? Hmm...... Nah. Don't think so. Probably another experiment running amok.

      Or another edgy teen who blame ninjas for all his problem.

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    • lol what if its shinki?

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    • I find it strange that such an individual would just appear out of nowhere without any prior information being known about him and that he would just coincidentally happen to have appearance that sort of looks like a mix of both Naruto and Sasuke. Another coincidence would have to be that he has the same cursed seal like Boruto does.

      Also he would have to be truly special to be powerful enough to kill Naruto and possibly Sasuke as well.

      He doesn't seem to be an alien Otsutsuki. He ain't an Uchiha either. Evil Senju/Uzumaki? Nah. Nothing suggests he is Hyuga either. Kaguya Clan is extinct.

      So gotta be an experiment, or part of Boruto himself somehow, since he has the same curse as Boruto was given by Momoshiki.

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    • Perhaps his curse-mark like tattoo (we don't even know if the mark is directly connected with the tattoo-of-power) is given by another Otsutsuki?

      Or maybe Boruto's power is analyzed by the bastards at the Ninja Science Department, and this boy is the result?

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    • well, we already know that the mark that boruto and kawaka use, are from the same place and from the same kinda: the mark boruto got in his hand after the battle, from momoshiki. that much is obvious, correct? and I don't think he killed both Naruto and sasuke. not by himself at least. their might be more from where he came from. the only characters that could have a chance in beating either Naruto and sasuke by themselves, are madara, hago, hamura (maybe), and kaguya... I don't think he is as powerful as any of those niggas. and its impossible (literally) for him to beat both of them by himself, if they fought him together.

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    • It doesn't necessary have to be the raw power Kawaki could've used to beat them, nor it has to be an open battle. It's possible that this power is a direct counter to any ninja ability or exploits some weakness of these, so it may be not that almighty on its own, but rather if put against a ninja usual power.

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    • Whoever kawaki is, he must be powerful as heck to defeat an otsutsuki. or perhaps he caught the attention of another otsutsuki? I'm also doubting that's momoshiki. He never got his horns damaged at any point of the fight and why would he revert to his prior form? I noticed this otsutsuki has painted nails, it just doesn't make sense why momoshiki suddenly has these differences in appearance.

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    • C`mon, as for me, you're all just splitting hairs when trying to prove that the person who approached Boruto wasn't Momoshiki. He looked like Momoshiki, he was dressed like Momoshiki, he spoke like Momoshiki, so for now it was him. The slight changes in the details of his appearance aren't as relevant as they seem, but even then, they are explainable. Momoshiki got all his body destroyed, of course, his ghost image can reflect it that way, at least in the form of broken horns (but he couldn't be shown naked, you know). Also, there's no indication that Momoshiki's transformation was supposed to be permanent. I mean, Kinshiki has undergone the same procedure with absorbing his guardian in the past, yet in the series he looked quite normal as for an Ootsutsuki (aside from his giant size). Moreover, chakra ghosts could shift between their appearances, as it was shown with Obito. So, unless we'll find out about Momoshiki's twin brother or another Ootsutsuki with identical appearance in the coming chapters, we should treat the ghost as Momoshiki himself and nobody other.

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    • @ravenlot yeah, he could've sealed them as well, but for him to do that, he would have to be higher than hashirama lvl, or something like that. maybe genjutsu as well. or maybe plot, but we'll see. @onlinelurker I don't think he defeated anybody, imo. he could have gotten the boruto-desease (other people defeat enemies for u, and/but u get the credit, as well as the power up), or plot yet again. maybe he looks different cuz he absorbed kinshiki... ps. what if he could steal, or copy other powers? that would make more sense... btw, by ending the era of ninja, maybe he meant that he thought of himself as some pain-type nigga, who calls himself god, so the rest of basically trash and shit, so by ending it, he means that he is gonna exterminate all the "mortals" and stuff from this world... does this make sense?

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    • I would advise against the usage of the term nigga, even in non-offensive context.

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    • lol sorry. bad habit. I don't know why i even said it, since I don't even use it in real life to talk to anybody like that anymore hahaha lol

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    • Who else would of it been other than Momoshiki? It could of been like his left over mana or chakra. I mean the part that didn't get reduced to rubble.

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    • it could have been one of the people he absorbed/sucked in, or one of kinshiki's ancestors, who kinshiki himself absorbed before the battle ever happened. sounds good?

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    • Boruto called him Momoshiki not solely because of his appearance, but because he had the same voice as Momoshiki. I find it hard to believe Momoshiki has a twin who sounds just like him and just happens to also have Rinnegan in their palms.

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    • I'm pretty sure momoshiki's super form is a permanent transformation, unless kinshiki's power is a temporary boast. Which i doubt since momoshiki implied the power the otsutsuki pass down is permanent. The rest i'm not going to go further into, it's just my opinion and if i'm wrong then that's fine.

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    • Ncduru wrote: Who else would of it been other than Momoshiki? It could of been like his left over mana or chakra. I mean the part that didn't get reduced to rubble.

      It probably was his spirit that lingered.

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    • I hope that Momoshiki was playing around just to give Boruto the mark, maybe when his real goal was stop, he choose Boruto to take his place. I want Momoshiki to be alive, somehow he regenerate and time stop, and explain that he can't attack while doing so. I want to know about his backstory, maybe we will see him again or not.

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    • Well, I also hope he'll get some new info on the Ootsutsuki clan, their true nature and background. But I don't think that Momoshiki's spirit lingered around just to give Boruto the mark, since Momoshiki was kinda surprised when he found out that Boruto could sense him at all.

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    • Ravenlot 27 wrote: But I don't think that Momoshiki's spirit lingered around just to give Boruto the mark, since Momoshiki was kinda surprised when he found out that Boruto could sense him at all.

      I didn't say that his spirit lingered around for Boruto. I think he just wasn't ready to move on, lingered behind perhaps to contemplate and was surprised Boruto could even sense him.

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    • @Thekillman, actually, I was responding on AppleLord's post.

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    • I swear to god time travelling needs to be happened to prevent Boruto & Shinobi World's ill-fated future. I really hope for the introduction of Hikari Senju/Future Himawari Uzumaki

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    • Are these spoilers for Boruto story real?

      http://i.imgur.com/qzJ8crq.png

      Those posts are from April, Boruto didn't even come out until May.

      Three of them are confirmed so far:


      Mitsuki's Snake Sage mode which wasn't revealed until Boruto One-Shot "Naruto Gaiden: The Path That the Waxing Moon Illuminates" which came out on 23rd or 25th of April (those spoilers were posted on 21st April) & 2nd is Mirai incinerating Hidan, Adult Mirai wasn't introduced until "Naruto: Konoha's New Story — Steam Ninja Scrolls" Original Novel which came out on August 4 2016 & that was the first time when it was mentioned that Mirai can use Fire type jutsu...so...and Boruto and his team first missiom been the prologue for chapter 11.

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    • I think these are simply rumours and speculations, there's no reason to believe all of them so far, especially since some of them are already proven to be false.

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    • Ravenlot 27 wrote: I think these are simply rumours and speculations, there's no reason to believe all of them so far, especially since some of them are already proven to be false.

      Which ones were proven false?

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    • Fisrtly, about a two-chapter prologue with Boruto's team. Secondly, about the containment of the three arcs (since the events of the movie turned out to be a so called "Vs Momoshiki" arc, the first one in the series). Thirdly, Mitsuki's snake SM was revealed in the oneshot, not in the Boruto manga itself so far. And fourthly, it was revealed long ago that Kaguya was building up White Zetsu Army specifically for Momoshiki/Kinshiki, not for someone else.

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    • The two chapter prologue with Boruto's team should be chapter 11 and 12. Since we are not counting the movie recap. Boruto chapter 10 confirms it.

      The momoshiki arc was a recap and not an official first original arc.

      So? The one shot was still called Boruto and was part of it. We're still from knowing if its gonna be reconned in the Boruto manga.

      Where was it confirmed that her army was for Momoshiki and Kinshiki? Sasuke's interpretation? Does the scroll mentions their names or wa Sasuke thinking it was them?

      Also, why does Momoshiki's profile has this: "Momoshiki's spirit stayed intact for a while, noticing that Boruto could feel his presence thanks to his blood of the Byakugan users"

      When was it confirmed to be his spirit? And does seen spirit is reconned too? If memory selves my right, you don't need a byakugan to see spirits.

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    • Nope, technically, movie recap is an official arc of the manga, otherwise it wouldn't have received its own name (Vs Momoshiki arc), and it was integrated into Boruto manga plot completely (since Momoshiki's warning which didn't happen in the movie will directly lead to the future events of the plot).

      No, it wasn't Sasuke's own interpretation, he just retold the info which was decyphered from Kaguya's scroll. While in the movie Momoshiki/Kinshiki introduced themselves, in the manga itself, Sasuke revealed their names thanks to the info from the same scroll (i.e. yeah, their names were mentioned there), so "Kaguya's threat" mystery was solved long ago.

      Actually, I was the one who edited Momoshiki's article and added this, and since it wasn't removed by more knowledgable users, it's correct so far. We've seen such spirits several times in the series, and most of them were Ootsutsuki, so why should be Momomshiki any different? And it's not Byakugan which allowed Boruto to see him (Boruto doesn't have it at all, at least in these events), but "blood of the Byakugan users" (Momoshiki's own words), i.e. Boruto's blood ties to the Hyuga clan who in turn stem from the Ootsutsuki.

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    • What if Momo think about Tenseigan when he sad "those blue eyes.."

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    • Alright, I concede.

      But why does Momoshiki's profile has this: "Momoshiki's spirit stayed intact for a while, noticing that Boruto could feel his presence thanks to his blood of the Byakugan users"

      Where is the confirmation of Momoshiki been a spirit? You don't need blood of the byakugan user to see spirits, almost everyone in Naruto have seen spirits. I double check with the manga.

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    • What could it be else except for a spirit? I mean, Momoshiki's body was destroyed completely without a single shard staying intact, while the image of his before Boruto retained only a minor signs of damage like broken horns. The special characteristics necessary to see this image (Boruto's Hyuga blood and Sasuke's Rinnegan) also imply it was a chakra ghost. The same way, Naruto/Sasuke were able to meet Hagoromo's chakra ghost as the reincarnations of his sons.

      As I already said, I added this part in an artcile, since I think that way. Because other users didn't remove anything from it, I assume I'm correct more or less.

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    • Why would a ghost have broken horns? Shouldn't he be whole?

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    • AppleLord wrote: Why would a ghost have broken horns? Shouldn't he be whole?

      Why did Obito come back as his teenage self? shouldn't he be an adult?

      The appearance is consistent with what we've seen of ghosts. if it quacks like a duck...

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    • Then shouldn't Momoshiki be a teenager? Did his horns got fix as a adult?

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    • I think Thekillman just meant that chakra ghosts can shift their appearances as they see fit. And I guess Momoshiki's horns were shown damaged just as a sign of his defeat, along with the loose hair. All the other features (like his outfit) seem to be perfectly unscathed.

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    • Ravenlot 27 wrote: I think Thekillman just meant that chakra ghosts can shift their appearances

      exactly. We've seen spirits take on whatever appearance they pleased.

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    • Not exactly. IIRC the only one was Kakashi, and Momoshiki I guess if we count him as a ghost. I still believe he is alive, and coming back. But my believes are not to be taken seriously. Is just wishful thinking.

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    • so anybody with a byaku could see momo? that makes the concept of "time stop" kinda useless now, doenst it? and maybe sasuke wasn't talking bout momo and kinshiki, when he said that there was a bigger threat than kaguya (cuz, momo and kinshiki are ape-shit weak compared to her). is that possible? cuz he did say that someone was coming, but he didn't say names or anything. and I wanted to know: how many people think that sasuke actually see momo/ that spirit, or did sasuke just feel something cuz of his rinne? shouldn't Naruto's spsm, or his kurama feeling sense, have told him that something was there/happening, that some evil entity was around, or that some weird chakra, that wasn't part of his group's, was just laying around?

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    • Lorenzo.r.1st wrote: so anybody with a byaku could see momo? that makes the concept of "time stop" kinda useless now, doenst it? and maybe sasuke wasn't talking bout momo and kinshiki, when he said that there was a bigger threat than kaguya (cuz, momo and kinshiki are ape-shit weak compared to her). is that possible? cuz he did say that someone was coming, but he didn't say names or anything. and I wanted to know: how many people think that sasuke actually see momo/ that spirit, or did sasuke just feel something cuz of his rinne? shouldn't Naruto's spsm, or his kurama feeling sense, have told him that something was there/happening, that some evil entity was around, or that some weird chakra, that wasn't part of his group's, was just laying around?

      I'm pretty sure that Momo meant that Boruto is an Otsutsuki descendant, more specifically a descendant of a Byakugan-wielding Otsutsuki. But seeing as how Sasuke was able to see the ghost with his Rinnegan, I'm pretty sure Momo just meant an Otsutsuki descendant.

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    • well, both Naruto and sasuke are otsutsuki by blood, as well as by chakra. boruto is more by blood than both Naruto and sasuke (cuz he has hyuga [hamura] and uzumaki [hago/indra/asura]), but he doesn't seem to have any sp chakra at all. but coming back to my question: shouldn't Naruto be able to feel him, cuz of his spsm, or kurama's emotion sensing?

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    • Ncduru wrote: My bad I've been inactive first, school started so I'll catch up to the episodes I'm behind on too. Chapter was cool, just glad the movie crap is over. I hung in there Elvenora, just for you fam lol. Boruto getting a curse mark is really Sasuke-path like so I'm fine with this, it's kinda cool but on the flip side Boruto will suffer from bad power scaling eventually. But the biggest wtf in the chapter... Shinki is Gaara's son????? Did Gaara really have sex with Matsuri? It's the only girl who had feelings for him lol. Please explain Kishi.

      Shinki Was Explained Earlier In The Manga, All 3 Of Them Are Gaara's Adopted Kids.

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    • yeah.. sad for gaara... never had sex....I think..

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    • AppleLord wrote: Are these spoilers for Boruto story real?

      http://i.imgur.com/qzJ8crq.png

      Those posts are from April, Boruto didn't even come out until May.

      Three of them are confirmed so far:


      Mitsuki's Snake Sage mode which wasn't revealed until Boruto One-Shot "Naruto Gaiden: The Path That the Waxing Moon Illuminates" which came out on 23rd or 25th of April (those spoilers were posted on 21st April) & 2nd is Mirai incinerating Hidan, Adult Mirai wasn't introduced until "Naruto: Konoha's New Story — Steam Ninja Scrolls" Original Novel which came out on August 4 2016 & that was the first time when it was mentioned that Mirai can use Fire type jutsu...so...and Boruto and his team first missiom been the prologue for chapter 11.

      If These Spoilers Were/Are Real, They'd Be Cool As Shit.

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    • I would like to point out 3 things here:
      1)Sasuke most likely observed the Seal in Boruto's hand because off his Rinnegan/Sharingan I doubt he observed Momoshiki like other people who have mentioned before
      2)I think most probably we are going to see byakugan power ups(especially related to Time manipulation) perhaps Kawaki could manipulate time which resulted in naruto's death?
      3) Going by the trends most likely kawaki and Boruto defeated the third okutsuki Kaguya was talking about And the actual main threat and they are having battle finale like naruto and sasuke had. And Going by Momoshiki's words that Boruto will lose everything I am guessing that Hinata and Himmawari are also dead which means the byakugan is most likely from Hinata or Himmawari.

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    • What Byakugan Are U Talking About? From What's Been Described, In The Future He Has A Blind Eye, Not A Byakugan, So He's More Akin To Kakashi When He First Lost His Eye.

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    • That's Byakugan if you check out in the panel?!

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    • Namikazenaruto9 wrote: That's Byakugan if you check out in the panel?!

      yup it is a byakugan BTW did u guys notice the diamond shaped seal on boruto's hand what of it????

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    • Narutonamekaze wrote:

      Namikazenaruto9 wrote: That's Byakugan if you check out in the panel?!

      yup it is a byakugan BTW did u guys notice the diamond shaped seal on boruto's hand what of it????

      It's same as that off kawaki, Just Boruto has blue and kawaki has red.
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    • its a shame naruto getting killed by some newbee do u think boruto will get tenseigan

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    • Narutonamekaze wrote: its a shame naruto getting killed by some newbee do u think boruto will get tenseigan

      The First Hokage was offed by a nobody too. I guess it continues a trend.

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    • Thekillman wrote:

      Narutonamekaze wrote: its a shame naruto getting killed by some newbee do u think boruto will get tenseigan

      The First Hokage was offed by a nobody too. I guess it continues a trend.

      Kawaki is definitely not newbie his power clearly rivals Boruto And We don't know who actually killed hashirama..
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    • What if Momoshiki thinks about Tenseigan when he said "those blue eyes of yours will one day take everything from you"?

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    • Kjubi wrote: What if Momoshiki thinks about Tenseigan when he said "those blue eyes of yours will one day take everything from you"?

      So far, every time "those blue eyes" came up, it was about Boruto's actual eyes being actually blue.

      Namikazenaruto9 wrote: We don't know who actually killed hashirama..

      Madara was famous just for fighting him. Whoever would've killed Hashirama in a 1-on-1 would've been godlike. Considering his healing factor and power, he likely was just poisoned by a nobody.

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    • when boruto gets the byakugan (hinata's or himawari's) , he might unlock the tenseigan just like sasuke unlocked eternal MS after taking itachi's eyes

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    • Actually, FF-Suzaku has already mentioned in his post in the beginning of the thread that the original statement of Momoshiki in Japanese rather refers to Boruto's actual human eyes as a weakness which will cost everything for him.

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    • What I find interesting is that momoshiki said that you can sense "OUR" presence.

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    • Ninjachris wrote: What I find interesting is that momoshiki said that you can sense "OUR" presence.

      Besides, I noticed that too, I wonder if that's a mistake in translation or he really reffered to "us" istead of only himself.

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    • Momoshiki uses 我 (ware), which means "I; me", so it's most likely mistranslation.

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    • Ok

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    • Namikazenaruto9 wrote: That's Byakugan if you check out in the panel?!

      Actually Its Not A Byakugan. He's Blind In His Right Eye. I've Looked Over It Numerous Times, It Doesn't Have The Veins To Make It A Byakugan. Haven't U Ever Seen A White Eyed Blind Person? Here's An Example: https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/d6/81/b1/d681b1e8da9a975dbf76ade6203a58bc.jpg

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    • The eye looked like a Byakugan rather than a blind eye, especially since it has a pupil, while we've seen in case of Izanagi/Izanami users that when their eyes goes blind, it becomes white completely without any sign of a pupil. And it's not the first time when the veins around the Byakugan aren't drawn properly, I mean, even transformed Momoshiki didn't have it, despite seemingly having the Byakugan active all the time. Moreover, if it was blind, there'd be no reason for Boruto to open it when he prepated to clash with Kawaki.

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    • Yeah That's True I Guess, lol. But It Doesn't Explicitly State That Its A Byakugan Or Not On His Page.

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    • Because there already was a discussion about this eye on Boruto's talkpage, and people decided to refrain from mentioning the eye as a Byakugan until the official confirmation appears. Although I think there's more chances for it to be a Byakugan than not to be, I consider the decision quite reasonable.

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    • Even So, That Scar Doesn't Look New, It Looks Old, So We Might See What Happened To His Eye In This New Arc.

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    • Well, I think it's clear as a day that we're going to see what happened.

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    • Yeah But If Its Anything Like The Length Of Naruto, It'll Be A While.

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    • I bet it will happen in the anime, before the manga gets to that part of the story.

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    • Well, we don't know if anime will be an adaptation of manga one in one. I mean, we clearly must be prepared for a significant amount of fillers again.

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    • I'm just hoping they don't legit kill Naruto or any of the other old characters off in Boruto's story. I demand riots in the street if Hinata or Himiwari dies durn it!

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    • Ravenlot 27 wrote: Well, we don't know if anime will be an adaptation of manga one in one. I mean, we clearly must be prepared for a significant amount of fillers again.

      They have already said it will be an original story. Though if it starts with an original story and goes somewhere else is a different matter.

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    • what if his eye is blind normally, but he can activate as a byaku for battle... like, its looks like its blind, but its has the byaku abilities and stuff...

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    • Boruto did use a hand sign and the panel put emphasis on his eyes so I do think it is a dojutsu of some kind.

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    • Bob1200 wrote: Yeah But If Its Anything Like The Length Of Naruto, It'll Be A While.

      Probably not, you can't really tease something as big as the previous main character dying and then not address that for years.

      Lorenzo.r.1st wrote: what if his eye is blind normally, but he can activate as a byaku for battle... like, its looks like its blind, but its has the byaku abilities and stuff...

      The Byakugan already largely looks like a blind eye, mainly because of the association with prophets eyes. I think it's simply a Byakugan transplant. Judging by Momoshiki's foreshadow, it's probably Hinata's. (IE "those blue eyes will cost you everything" -> he got his own eyes from his father and the new eye from his mother)

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    • I hope Himawari becomes a ninja, she has some latent potential after one shotting Naruto and Kurama.

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    • AppleLord wrote: I hope Himawari becomes a ninja, she has some latent potential after one shotting Naruto and Kurama.

      I hope she becomes the Byakugan Badass i've always wanted to see.

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    • i wish boruto unlocks a tenseigan u know ...

      Narutonamekaze wrote: when boruto gets the byakugan (hinata's or himawari's) , he might unlock the tenseigan just like sasuke unlocked eternal MS after taking itachi's eyes

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    • I hope not. And if so, then only towards to the very end of the manga.

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    • true do you think sasuke has succumbed?

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    • Narutonamekaze wrote: true do you think sasuke has succumbed?

      It seems people are thinking so because Naruto is curently the strongest shinobi in the world, while Sasuke is the only person on pair with him, though slightly weaker, if Kawaki killed Naruto, he's seemingly stronger than him, and Sasuke is both the strongest shinobi left yet inferior to Kawaki as well, since there's no sign of Sasuke around even with Konoha in ruins (while Sasuke sweared to protect it) and Boruto as the only one facing the enemy, it means that he was likely defeated/killed/incapacitated too.

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    • I can predict one thing with hundred percent certainty... If it turns out that Kawaki kills both Naruto and Sasuke all by himself, then no matter how much the authors justify his power, fans will call bullshit on that and claim that Kawaki's power is plot-driven or that Naruto and Sasuke were nerfed for the sake of plot.

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    • They could get worn down by other forces or greatly weakened by a technique before their deaths. Or killed via poisons or induced illnesses. There are plenty of ways to dispatch a strong character without nerfing them. Also, they could always be sealed away. Soul–Body Separation Technique is a great example of how one could kill a foe quite easily.

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    • If time manipulation is involved than anything is possible Both can die..

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    • C`mon, I don't want it to be as simple as time manipulation. I mean, the same trick to overwrite the history was used both in Terminator and Harry Potter (the Cursed Child) and it's quite boring. Also, I don't think that's the case, since Boruto is still alive and well, while if Kawaki had changed the timeline and killed Naruto in the past, Boruto himself would've never been born and thus disappeared.

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    • I am not saying Kawaki killing Naruto in past, That would make Boruto disappear and all that time travel stuff. Rather I am saying that perhaps he can do something similar too what momoshiki did just before giving power up.

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    • Namikazenaruto9 wrote: I am not saying Kawaki killing Naruto in past, That would make Boruto disappear and all that time travel stuff. Rather I am saying that perhaps he can do something similar too what momoshiki did just before giving power up.

      I don't think so. Not even some of the most godlike beings showed time manipulation of any kind whatsoever. What Momoshiki did is consistent with what spirits and mental plane conversations have done. It was a little trick by Momoshiki, nothing more.

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    • Since both Kawaki and Boruto displayed the same markings on their arm, it would make kind of sense to affiliate Kawaki with the Otsutsukis since at this point, it's likely that he got his powers from them the same way Boruto probably did. I don't see the Otsutsuki involvement in the main storyline stopping here. I would guess that they had a big role in whatever happend to Naruto and probably Sasuke. And that would make kind of sense, since the only one ( at this point at least) that could justify taking out Naruto and Sasuke would be an Otsutsuki.

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    • what if he killed Naruto in the past when he was having sex with hinata? problem solved.

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    • Ninja bomb the Five Kage Summit. Problem solved.

      But seriously if Naruto and Sasuke were to die, let them die in a blaze of glory please.

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    • yeah... what if Naruto dies so that sasuke, or someone else can survive, cuz of some of those kaguya lvl attacks? that would be awesome.

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    • What if...Naruto had Itachi's illness? Naruto now certainly regrets having that crow shoved down his throat.

      What was it again? Ah yes, the "Plot Needs You Dead" illness.

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    • I wonder what would piss off fans more, if Naruto will get killed in some lame way or completely off-screen.

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    • Those are both lame, fans explode, fans activate keyboard warrior mode, and r/Naruto will be destroyed by the combined wrath of the Cult of Naruto, who insist he is still alive.

      Just bring some popcorn.

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    • I don't want Naruto or Sasuke taken down because it means someone else is more bs overpowered then they are. Personally I was fine with the power scaling until after the Pein arc. Pein should have been the top of destructive power since he took out a village by himself, much like a Bijuu could. After that the story became a wanna be DBZ ripoff. Hated Naruto the last, especially when the Kyuubi cut the damn moon in half. Just, what? WHAT IS THE POINT OF HAVING ARMIES ANYMORE?

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    • Toneri cut Moon in half, not Kurama.

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    • I want teenage Boruto to go to space, and fight aliens that can destroy planets.

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    • Regardless the moon got cut in half. That's stupid.

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    • inst that moon hallow? since otsutsukis lived there

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