Code is considered the most disappointing villain in the Naruto franchise, with a history of not meeting expectations. Boruto: Two Blue Vortex could still hold surprises, however, as creator Masashi Kishimoto has a history of subverting fan expectations. Code’s mistreatment may be a deliberate misdirection, as Kishimoto often turns the plot around to surprise the reader.
Warning: SPOILERS for Boruto: Two Blue Vortex chapter #3 Despite widespread contempt within Boruto fandom for Code and the growing belief that he will be the next and last member of Kara to be killed, the story could still have some big surprises and rehabilitate this mistreated villain. Indeed, as Naruto As fans can attest, franchise creator Masashi Kishimoto has a history of convincing fans that characters are only weak later to prove that they’re the real threat that everyone should be. must pay attention.
While Boruto: Two Blue Vortex is filled with questions and mysteries, one element of the story seems clear – Code, the current Kara leader, is just as dangerous as he was in Boruto Part 1, which is to say no too much. No matter what he does, or how strong he seems, Code always loses to anyone, and his humiliation only seems to get worse.
The latest embarrassment occurred in Chapter #3 when he faced Boruto, whom he had previously greatly outclassed and overwhelmed. This time, Boruto unleashes his new Rasengan ability. If Boruto is to be believed, the attack’s effects are so powerful that it’s only a matter of time before Code succumbs to its effects. For many fans, this scene perfectly depicted how weak Code was – knocked out in the first round.
Naruto has a history of mistakes
While fans may think that Code is on its way out, the reality is that this subplot could be a bit of creative ingenuity that will prove genius later on. Perhaps the most illustrative evidence that Code is not the disappointing, disappointing villain that Boruto Part II portrays is that Kishimoto and co-creator Ukyō Kodachi made him a pivotal part. importance of the story. The “Code Assault Arc”, which spans chapters #56 to #67, highlights Code as the main character in the Boruto villain group. Intuitively, it wouldn’t make much sense to create such an important and detailed arc only to have its central character continually disappoint.
Additionally, several elements within the lore of the Naruto-Boruto series make it clear that the Code still plays an important role in the story. If Kishimoto proves anything in this summary of Naruto, it’s that the simplest and most realistic idea or theory about the story’s progression could very well be a red herring. In Naruto, Kishimoto constantly changes the plot and characters to suit his purposes. Indeed, Pain was first identified as the villain only to eventually be replaced by Tobi, a character introduced as a comedic character who turned out to be one of the main antagonists. Even in Boruto, Kawaki’s betrayal and the upheaval at the end of part 1 were also a big surprise.
Code’s abuse in Boruto could be a genius red herring
Considering the totality of the circumstances, the possibility of Code “going out like a thug” – as some fans recently described the situation – is highly unlikely. Currently, he is the most credible threat to Boruto, Kawaki, and Konoha: his army of Grimes Claws, so dangerous that Boruto’s main concern now is to track down their origin, the Ten-Tails of Kara. Indeed, while Code has become something of a joke among Boruto fans who like to point out that he is the epitome of a lackluster villain, his role in the story shows to date and Kishimoto’s record points to that fact CodeThe humiliation of could be a red herring, and Boruto: Two blue tornadoes Be ready to flip the script.
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