Warning: Boruto: Two Blue Vortex chapter #1 revealed.Boruto: Two blue whirlwinds has finally begun, and time ignores all but confirms the only weakness of the invincible villain, Eida. Eida is introduced late in Boruto: Naruto Next Generations as one of the strongest characters in the series thanks to her ninjutsu, the Almighty. Anyone who isn’t close to her or Otsutsuki falls in love with her just by looking at her and trying to resist will cause growing pain and discomfort. It’s an ability that essentially makes Eida invulnerable, and with her said to be stronger than Jigen, it’s hard to see her as anything other than invincibility.
However, seemingly as invincible as Eida, Boruto: Two Blue Vortex chapter #1 seems to confirm Omnipotence’s weakness. While the majority of Konoha still considers Boruto a villain due to the Almighty, Himawari seems to still remember Boruto as a good person, which means that the weakness of the Almighty is that it has no effect. used if one was already in love with someone, as Himawari would definitely have more feelings for Boruto than most people in Konoha. This idea was implied a lot in Boruto: Naruto Next Generations, but with this latest development, it has become a certainty.
Boruto has implied that love is Eida’s biggest weakness
Boruto: Two Blue Vortex almost confirms that love is the key to overcoming Eida’s Almighty Power, and this was clearly hinted at in Boruto: Naruto Next Generations with Sarada and Sumire. In particular, both girls are unaffected by Omnipotence despite not matching the known exceptions, and chapter Two Blue Vortex #1 reaffirms that they are the only ones unaltered. memory. The only thing they both have in common is that they love Boruto, Sumire loves it explicitly while Sarada is only heavily implied, long before Two Blue Vortex started, there was the implication that loving someone allows one who surpasses the Almighty.
Why is love not a factor for everyone in Boruto?
Sarada, Sumire, and Himawari still remember Boruto because he actually hinted that love allows people to oppose Eida’s Almighty Power, but that raises the question of why the other Boruto characters have found love love is still affected. For example, Shikamaru struggled against the Almighty, and Sasuke was among those who had their memories altered at the end of season 1. Both examples contradict the idea that love is Eida’s weakness, so if love really is, there’s a clear contradiction about who is and isn’t affected.
However, one possible explanation for the inconsistency could stem from the fact that Boruto is an Otsutsuki. It has been established that Otsutsuki is immune to the Almighty, so Sarada, Sumire, and Himawari’s resistance to the Almighty may be less because they fell in love with someone and more because they loved an Otsutsuki. Either way, love is almost certainly a part of overcoming Eida’s Almighty Power and future chapters of the series. Boruto: Two blue whirlwinds Will definitely explore that idea further.