Naruto is the first to engage Isshiki. This is a surprise for Isshiki since he thought the Hokage was sealed off.Meanwhile, Sasuke creates a strategy to pull Isshiki from the village. This strategy requires the heroic attempt of Boruto.
Until Boruto loses complete control, he will use this power at will despite the significance of the conflict, however, the way it’s being introduced is comparatively lackluster to battles that built up for this.
Most particularly, the manner Sasuke is fighting doesn’t make sense to what we know he is capable of doing.
He’s a fast thinker, incredibly skilled at hand-eye exploitation, and has the strongest defense of any living character. Still, the sole jutsu he’s used in the fight so far is his basic Chidori.
However, the chapter does have one segment that is not only enjoyable but crucial if one is analyzing character motivation. The Kawaki narrative arc has readers interested since it is the start of the chaos which was teased in the very first chapter of”Boruto.”
In phase 50, we eventually see strong progress toward what his major turning point might be. The battle cuts away to a simultaneous conversation between Shikamaru, Amado, and Kawaki back in the Hidden Lead Village, and there we receive clarification on Kawaki’s status and the triumph condition for the struggle against Isshiki.
Sasuke is going to be executed by Isshiki, but Boruto arrives just in time. He dives for Isshiki but rather goes to the sword which is in mid-air above Sasuke.