Eida’s enchantment power did not work on Sarada and Sumire, sparking fan theories as to why that was. Fan theories suggest that Eida’s repressed desire for true friends is the reason Sarada and Sumire are immune to her seductive powers. Eida’s immaturity and lack of control over her abilities are pointed out as contributing factors to the theory’s plausibility.
Ever since she arrived in Konoha, one of the biggest mysteries in Konoha. Boruto was why EidSarada and Sumire’s enchantment powers have no effect, even though they are not related to her nor the members of the Otsutsuki Clan. However, a fan theory offers one of the more interesting explanations for this, potentially significantly affecting the future trajectory of all three characters.
To grasp the fan theory from TikToker @fw.quan1x, shared on Reddit’s Boruto: Two Blue Vortex page by @Any_Cranberry_4599, one must first understand Eida’s power. Eida’s power arises from the Otsutsuki shinjutsu known as Omnipotence. As Momoshiki describes in Boruto: Naruto Next Generations #79, Omnipotence is like a “programming language” that users can use to turn their wishes into reality. Members of the Otsutsuki Clan are said to have used the power to create the world from nothing.
In Eida, Omnipotence manifests itself in two main ways. First, it transformed her desire to be loved into the ability to affirm making almost everyone she meets love her. Second, it allows her wish to make Kawaki’s wish come true, thus causing him to switch places with Boruto at the end of part 1. As Momoshiki goes on to say, Otsutsuki does not use Omnipotence lightly , suggesting that once it is activated, it will be difficult for anyone in its target group to avoid its effects.
Eida couldn’t handle the almighty power
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According to this theory, the cause Sarada and Sumire are immune to Eida’s charms is not a “bug” in her ability but a feature. More specifically, in addition to wanting to love and be with Kawaki, she also has a third, deeper desire, which is the desire to be with Kawaki. to find true friends who are immune to her seductive powers. The first two desires are active in her mind, indicating that she recognizes their manifestation as a result of her abilities. On the contrary, her desire to have real friends remained suppressed or dormant in her mind, making her unable to realize that her abilities could bring about this result without her being aware of it.
While some fans may dismiss this theory, it’s a reasonable argument when considering how Eida came to possess Omnipotence. Given that Omnipotence is a rare high-level ability, it is reasonable to assume that the Otsutsuki who use it are mature and experienced individuals, possessing a deep understanding of themselves and formidable abilities. their. It is unlikely that they will allow the Almighty to achieve their hidden desires, nor will they allow their emotions to control it. On the other hand, Eida is a teenager. She lacks the maturity to understand herself and the experience to fully control the Omnipotence.
The power of friendship can be stronger than omnipotence
The theory argues that if you unconsciously give a friendless teenager the power to make her wishes come true, she will create a hole in the power of her same spell , granting both Sumire and Sarada immunity. This also explains why the manga took the time to show Eida’s efforts to befriend Sumire and Sarada. Furthermore, since Momoshiki made it clear that once the Omnipotent Ability was used, its results would be irreversible, Sarada and Sumire would never succumb to Eida’s charms. This could be an important fact later in the story, especially considering that Sarada and Sumire are unlikely to keep their secret from Eida forever.
Of course, there’s still a lot that needs explaining. Sumire and Sarada were immune the first time they saw Eida, before she could express her desire to become their friend. Additionally, they are not only immune to the charm but also to the Boruto-Kawaki swap. Regardless, a relationship blossoms between Sarada, Sumire and Eid remains an important factor in Boruto: Two blue tornadoessomething that could perhaps cause Kawaki’s plans to collapse.
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Source: @fw.quan1x, @Any_Cranberry_4599