Boruto’s scar, acquired while saving Sarada’s life, sets the stage for the much-awaited battle between him and Kawaki, which becomes the main focus of the manga. Boruto and Sarada’s actions in this chapter strengthen their relationship and create the perfect foundation for their relationship to develop further. Boruto’s scar not only signifies his character development but also hints at the lengths he is willing to go to protect Sarada, who could be his love. #Boruto Manga
BorutoThe first chapter of the film begins with a time-lapse showing the title character with a scar over one eye, naturally leaving many fans wondering what the explanation for the wound is. Unsurprisingly, it turns out Boruto got the scar from Kawaki, but he did so while trying to save someone very dear to him.
In Boruto chapter #78, Kawaki ambushes his former “brother” Boruto, following through with the intention of killing him to save Naruto and Konoha from Momoshiki Otsutsuki, who was trying to take over Boruto’s body.
Sarada, who had just learned that Boruto had been killed (and then revived) by Kawaki during the battle against Code, intervened to save her friend. However, Kawaki overpowered her and was about to slash her when Boruto jumped in and pushed Sarada out of the way, giving him a nasty scar across his right eye and cheek in the process.
Boruto has the scar that saved Sarada’s life
The main character’s eye scar was first seen in the short film introducing Boruto’s future fight against Kawaki, shown in the first chapter of the manga. Fans have been wondering since then how it played out, especially considering the mystery surrounding Boruto’s right eye, which transformed into the Byakugan when Momoshiki took over his body and became the Jogan in time. short. Now it’s clear that the scar is the first shot in the much-awaited battle between Boruto and Kawaki, which will be the main focus of the upcoming manga.
Boruto and Sarada’s actions in this chapter strengthen the relationship between the two, which has been sadly overshadowed by other plot twists in the manga. There has been a lot of speculation about a possible romance between Boruto and Sarada but signs of it are few. However, Sarada’s determination in trying to save Boruto and his sacrifice of one eye to save her created the perfect foundation for their relationship to blossom into something different. This sets the perfect stage for their relationship to develop further in Boruto: Two Blue Vortex
Boruto’s scar sets the stage for two blue tornadoes
What makes this development notable is how easily it sets up the second installment of the Two Blue Vortex series. By Boruto gaining his scar by protecting Sarada from Kawaki, it fosters two relationships that will be key for Boruto’s character going forward. While fans already know the conflict between Boruto and Kawaki will reach its climax, what’s less clear is what will happen between the protagonist and Sarada. The youngest girl in the Sasuke clan has certainly shown her devotion to Boruto after he was shunned by Konoha, so it will be interesting to see their relationship develop further.
Regardless of what Boruto’s scar means for the future, it’s a clear reminder of his character development. The carefree young ninja who only wanted to be different from his father had completely disappeared, replaced by an exiled and hated man. The real explanation behind by Boruto the scar is to show how far he has come and hint at the lengths he will go to protect his possible lover Sarada.
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