Himawari’s kidnapping teases she can cash in on Kawaki

one of the biggest mysteries of Boruto The franchise has been what would eventually cause Kawaki to spoil. The series opens with him destroying the Hidden Leaf and fighting Boruto while growing up, while also confirming that he killed Naruto. Right now, however, the anime and manga in Konoha are portraying Kawaki as the Hokage’s adopted son and someone who is trying to be a good friend and brother to Boruto.

Thus, fans are curious about how Kawaki became this villain and why he called home after meeting villains like Ishiki, Momoshiki returning to Boruto’s body, and the new dictator in town, Code. However, episode 266 Boruto The anime hints at what can save Kawaki from the line, and helps him walk back his sins.

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Kawaki’s bond with Himawari may help him in the future

It all goes downhill when in this filler episode, Osuka and Himawari are kidnapped by Aniki and her goons, Oppo and Teru, outside their school. They want to take her hostage in order to obtain money and information about the technology being developed by Konoha, but Kawaki arrives to save the girls. Aniki had already overcome Himawari’s Byakugan talents, but Kawaki charged through Aniki’s flame jutsu to knock him down.

Kawaki called Himawari a genius, however, astonished at how persistent and resilient she was. He was clearly in awe of her, but what stood out was how Oppo and Teru promised him that they would free themselves after being arrested. These thugs – who had only known poverty all their lives – never wanted to hurt anyone by following Aniki. He vows to change her life, inspired by Himawari’s kindness to him and an Osuka who hates him.

Kawaki was impressed by this show of heart and soul, realizing that he had the “talk no jutsu” technique that Naruto had used in the past to persuade villains to U-turn. Boruto deploys it as well, but it’s hard to see his words act on Kawaki. But should Himawari be around, given how Kawaki has formed a relationship with her, she can talk to him. It stems from a reconstruction of his vase in the past when he first came to the village as a brat, is now his unofficial bodyguard at school, while Boruto trains with Team 7.

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Kawaki trusts Himawari more than Boruto or Naruto

Above all, the way Kawaki openly embraces Himawari as a sister evokes a sense of hope. She still holds Naruto and Boruto at arm’s length, realizing that they don’t want her to be a weapon against them, but she is open and vulnerable with Himawari, because she likes him that she really is. Who is there.

Thus, should she gain power as a warrior, such as the battle with Naruto and Sasuke back in the day, once Himawari puts her in a position to remember things like this kidnapping and the light inside her, So Kawaki may eventually return. In fact, they don’t even need to go to war; Once Himawari has a chance to speak, her genuine, loving nature and prying eyes can open the door for a second chance, reminding Kawaki that she is the one person she trusts the most. Is.


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