As much as Eida thinks she’s controlling with her magic eye, her ability to hold the Code could be lost if the events in Boruto #62 are an omen.
One of the scariest aspects of the recent Boruto manga chapters is seeing Eida’s power. The cyborg was restored by Code when he was about to destroy Konoha for killing his mentor, Isshiki, but Code gradually realized that Eida was quite omnipotent with her see-through eye. However, she has now been taken over with her godlike supervision when it comes to the execution of the plan, Boruto Chapter 62 hints that she may be out of control for much longer.
Eida makes it clear that she will instruct Code accordingly so he can kill the Konoha-nin who destroyed Isshiki, but she needs one thing: Kawaki. He’s the only one alive who hasn’t fallen under her trance, so that would be a real love – that’s how Amado connected their bodies.
So she doesn’t want Code to harm her “best friend”, which is why she’s eager to take on this quest. Code doesn’t mind because he needs her because he knows the likes of Naruto, Sasuke, Kawaki, Boruto and the traitorous scientist Amado can’t be looked down upon. So he signed a deal to keep Kawaki alive so Eida could attract the boy.
But that notion was nearly shattered when Code finally found the boy and mercilessly beat him outside the woods of Konoha. Kawaki is strong, but Code is much stronger and faster, able to take down kawaki in minutes. Eida was telepathically yelled at, however, he didn’t kill Kawaki because he was her reward. Code is very disappointed but admits that he won’t kill the boy to pay Eida’s reward, even though he is filled with regret for completely hating Kawaki.
Code is not a perfect vessel like Kawaki – why isn’t he the Chosen One of Isshiki – so this hurts his self-esteem and is quite personal. It’s nearly impossible for Eida to convince him to stop, which suggests a jealous Code might be stabbing her in the back soon. It’s something that none of the Karas can trust each other with, so there’s a chance that once Code gets what he wants, his jealousy and love for Eida could lead her and Kawaki to complete it. job. Also, Eida is probably the only weapon alive that can stop Code’s rampage, so in a way he will actively approach potential enemies.
Isshiki’s death took a heavy toll on Code, which may explain why this favorable marriage could end sooner rather than later in Boruto. The two are taking advantage of each other but while Eida feels like she’s playing Code, as he’s learned from Isshiki’s mistakes about ignoring red flags, Code may be plotting something in return.
He wouldn’t enjoy being the puppet of anyone other than Isshiki, so Eida would surely have to watch him after this explosive and deadly rage towards her beloved Kawaki.