WARNING: SPOILERS FOR BORUTO: TWO BLUE ROUNDS #6
Konoha elders Homura and Koharu are still alive and hold senior roles, although they have been involved in tragedies in the past. They are trusted advisors to the current Hokage, even though their decisions have left many people in Konoha dead. The elders’ hasty judgments and disregard for people’s lives show that they prioritize their reputation and budget over their village.
The Naruto The franchise is filled with vile villains responsible for many innocent deaths, but two of Konoha’s most dangerous characters are back Boruto: Two blue tornadoes to make matters worse. Many of the greatest tragedies of the Naruto series have dealt with the culprit. However, the Konoha elders who helped promote Itachi’s slaughter of the Uchi clan and Pain’s ascension are surprisingly still alive in Boruto’s latest chapter.
Boruto: Two Blue Vortex takes place approximately 18 years after the end of the Fourth Shinobi War. However, chapter #6 reveals that Konoha elders Homura Mitokado and Koharu Utatane are not only still alive but, even more surprisingly, still hold senior roles. in the village. Once subordinates to the vile Danzo Shimura, the two have repeatedly contributed to the destruction of Konoha.
With Naruto imprisoned by Kawaki, Shikamaru continued to serve as Konoha’s interim Hokage. Boruto: TBV Chapter #6 begins with him confronting the members of the Konoha Council. Homura and Koharu served as Hokage councilors before Naruto was born. The most shocking thing is not that shinobi over 70 years old are still active, but the fact that they are still trusted in their roles despite their decisions directly leading to the deaths of so many lives in Konoha.
The Konoha Council should have lost their jobs years ago
Danzo is definitely one of the worst villains in the Naruto series, but he has helpers. Homura Mitokado and Koharu Utatane served the Second Hokage and have since become advisors to the current Hokage of Konoha. While the Third Hokage made some questionable decisions during his two terms, most of the cold tactics seemed to come from Danzo’s paranoid and jealous mind. Unfortunately, Homura and Koharu tend to lean more towards Danzo’s harsh methods than Saratobi’s, and their nearsightedness doesn’t seem to have improved over the years.
The slaughter of the ascension of the Sasuke and Akatsuki clans could be directly linked to Danzo’s actions, which both Homura and Koharu supported. Despite Hiruzen’s desire for peace with the Sasuke clan, the other members of the Konoha Council convinced Itachi to kill the entire clan, except for Sasuke. Additionally, in a move to destabilize Amegakure, Danzo tricked Hanzo the Salamander into killing members of the once peaceful Akatsuki group, which directly led to the destruction of Konoha by Pain. The The elders even disagreed with Naruto’s intervention in Pain’s attack on Konoha. This decision would end Konoha and its shinobi if Naruto did what they wanted.
Despite always claiming to put Konoha’s best interests first, the two Elders were often quick to make snap judgments to imprison their own residents or even kill people. before fully understanding the events taking place. Chapter #6 of Boruto: TBV sees Homura openly calling for Boruto’s execution, despite Shikamru’s statement about Code retreating after Boruto’s intervention. “No matter the circumstances, at the very least Boruto must be eliminated,” said a statement from Homura proving that the village’s councilors were still more concerned with Konoha’s reputation and the Daimyo’s financial budget than the residents. people in their village.
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The Elder’s train of thought was still heavily influenced by Eida’s magic, which caused most of the people’s memories of Boruto and Kawaki to be transformed. However, after so many counterproductive decisions on a large scale, it’s surprising that Homura Mitokado and Koharu Utatane still have jobs. Their participation in Boruto The manga demonstrates that the Elders still have a role to play in the series’ story, even if that role causes their decisions to lead to more chaos.
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