Many fans consider Kaguya Otsutsuki an unnecessary addition to the series’ ending. NarutoBut her story is actually the most disappointing villain in the series Boruto, Code, looks even worse than him. A disturbing scene in Boruto could be used to connect Code to Kaguya and could easily be interpreted as an expression of his feelings towards her.
The scene in question occurs when Code creates his own version of the White Zetsu Obito army from Naruto by breaking smaller pieces of the Ten-Tails version of Kara in chapter #72 of the creator’s Boruto: Naruto Next Generations created and supervised by Masashi Kishimoto, artist Mikio Ikemoto and writer Ukyo Kodachi. This is remarkable considering the fact that Kaguya is the original Ten-Tails from Naruto. Code’s actions can be seen as symbolically representing something much deeper than simply creating an army to use for an invasion of Konoha, as seen later in Boruto: Two Blue Vortex.
Boruto’s code wants revenge for Kaguya’s actions
As Boruto clarified, Kaguya did not come to Earth alone as was thought when she was first introduced in Naruto. She is actually accompanied by her colleague Otsutsuki and the villain Boruto Isshiki, as these alien parasites always work in pairs: one eats the Ten-Tails to make the Chakra Tree bloom, and The other eats the Chakra fruit to get one step closer. to ultimate divinity. However, Kaguya betrayed Isshiki and left him for dead, forcing him to steal the body of a man named Jigen. This ties into Code because Boruto has proven that Code revered and respected Isshiki to the point that he made an effort to become Isshiki’s new vessel. In fact, the basis for Code’s hatred of Kawaki is that Isshiki chose Kawaki as his vessel instead of him.
Even though Code has never met Kaguya and hasn’t even said her name in Boruto, it can be assumed that he knows about her betraying his “god”, and thus hates her for it. . As revealed in Naruto, Kaguya merged with the Divine Tree to take away her sons’ chakra, and as a result, she transformed into the Ten-Tails. Although Kara’s Ten-Tails is its own entity and not a resurrection of Kaguya, it is still possible that the Code, crushing and severing Kara’s Ten-Tails, almost did the same to Kaguya in his mind. Code will definitely be happy about this because she betrayed and almost destroyed his savior Isshiki. In other words, since Kaguya was long dead, the only chance Code could have of getting revenge on her for what she did to Isshiki was to destroy the part of her resurrected namesake.
Code is an even worse villain than fans thought
Of course, no one can clearly prove that Code ever made this distinction and hopes to somehow indirectly punish Kaguya through Kara’s Ten-Tails. However, Code is constantly shown to be petty and mischievous in the series. In fact, fans almost universally believe that Code is a lackluster villain with a weak personality who gets humiliated every time he tries to do something, as happened with his epic return. by Boruto in Two Blue Vortex. Therefore, this petty revenge on Naruto’s controversial villain Kaguya, while not explicitly stated in Boruto, would fit Code’s personality perfectly and make him a character. The villain is even more ridiculous.