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Spoilers for Boruto Chapter 80
No official spoilers have been released for Boruto Chapter 80 as of yet. It appears that Ada’s want has changed the chakra within the mind of the receiver, modifying their memories to satisfy her wish to be loved, but this power has gone worldwide and is linked to Kawaki’s wish to switch the lives of Boruto. The manner it functioned resembled Genjutsu very closely, suggesting that it was possibly the ancestor of that technique. In one of the stolen pages, Kabuto is heard telling Boruto, well, the new Boruto, the wicked one, who is at the orphanage, that he is going to live there from now on.
Where Can I Find Chapter 80 of Boruto?
The next 80th chapter of Boruto will be available in high-quality art and English translation on the official site of its principal distributor, Viz Media, as well as on Manga Plus and smartphone applications.
When Will Boruto 80 Be Posted?
On April 20, 2023, you can expect to read Boruto Chapter 80.
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Concerning Chapter 80
Feeling pumped up for Boruto Chapter 80? That’s it then, we’re in the same boat together! The most recent instalment in the series was fantastic. Not only in Boruto but in all of Naruto, no, in all of Manga, this has to be the biggest plot surprise ever. The current turn of events has irrevocably altered the course of the story. Upon his transformation into a Rouge Shinobi, Boruto becomes the series’ ultimate antagonist. Ada disclosed a new, godlike capacity to alter the past. Nearly every piece of information we’ve gleaned over the last 79 chapters has been put into a new perspective. Everyone in the anime, including the audience, has been duped into thinking that Kawaki is actually Naruto’s biological son and that Boruto is an outsider who snuck into the family and is responsible for all their problems—including the death of Naruto.
The shocking events of Chapter 79 are set in motion when Momoshiki informs Boruto that the fulfilment of his evil prophesies has begun. In chapter 78, Momoshiki saves Kawaki’s life because he needs him to grow a God Fruit from Ten-Tails that would destroy the world.
Now, the reason Momoshiki is so set on this is that doing so will restore him to prominence as a powerful Otsutski. Second, because every life on Earth has some essence of chakra, this is going to be the most potent Chakra Fruit ever tasted, as the extraterrestrial race’s ultimate goal is to become Otsutsuki Gods by eating many different kinds of fruit. Remember that Ishiki and the genetic material of other people who have lived on that planet for a millennium or more, including the Sage of the Six Paths, Naruto, Sasuke, and even some of Shibai, will be a part of this. As Kawaki’s chakra control and utilisation are not as potent as those of the actual Otsutsuki, Konoha rushes to find him when he escapes so that they might take advantage of his fatigue.
Chapter 79 Recap: Boruto
Sarada’s presence is felt by Boruto off Mitsuki later in the chapter. According to him, it is not safe to leave him alone since he is losing his temper. Kawaki’s biggest admirer, Ada, is waiting in the wings to pounce now that his chakra signal has been deleted while he is away on a special mission to deal with Kawaki personally and what he has done to his boyfriend, Boruto. Ada, as anticipated by the community, utilises the Senrigan to easily locate him, and then flies to his place to offer an alliance. Furthermore, Amado begs Shikamaru not to let Kawaki go. Like Delta, he has a Shutdown Code implanted in his brain, and if a model meets up with him in person under the correct circumstances, he may be stopped. But Amado, ever the cunning fox, insists that Kanaha must leave Kawaki alive once he is deactivated so that he may carry out his master plan and restore his daughter to life, as Ishiki had promised. By becoming divine after eating the fruit, he would have gained access to Shinjutsu; interestingly enough, his character inspiration for Ishiki, Issunboshi, is seen carrying a hammer that can grant wishes. Suppose you are so intelligent that you can clone sentient beings and reach transcendence by transferring consciousness in the span of a few seconds, but you have never fought to clone at random.
Now, chapter 79 of Boruto abruptly shifts gears as Kawaki reveals his true sentiments and his determination to save Naruto at all costs. The safety of Naruto and Konoha, rather than himself, are the priorities he gives Ada. He tells Ada that since Boruto is the Hokage’s son, nobody will actually be able to murder him. In spite of the fact that he poses a danger to everyone, Kawaki is the only one with the guts to really commit treason. Kawaki only wants Boruto to remain anonymous for once. Because of the support of the community at large, he will feel less remorse for killing his sibling. Considering how often in his life he has been a pawn, it’s understandable that Kawaki would feel this way. His father was a human trafficker, and he through many difficulties because of it. He was then fostered by an extraterrestrial who foretold his fatal fate. He was suicidal and severely traumatised, telling Boruto he wished he were dead. Kawaki had never experienced a typical day in anyone’s life, and he had no concept of what a family was. Because he was used as a receptacle constantly, he had never even tasted ice cream. He was on the verge of cracking under the weight of his ordeal until he met Naruto, whose own tragic background served as an inspiration.
Kawaki’s PTSD vanished after being comforted by Naruto, and he developed a permanent sense of security as a result. Because of the modifications Naruto made, Kawaki was finally treated like a person and not a tool for the first time in his life. When Naruto first began, ninjas were seen as little more than that; even Motto showed excessive care around Koji. Naruto’s understanding of Ninshu’s teaching that “Pain helps one comprehend each other” is what ultimately led to Kawaki accepting Boruto as a sibling. As far as a kid could wish, Boruto has it all. Kawaki’s dad is the Hikage, the guy he admires most in the world, and he’s the school’s most popular and well-liked student. At least, he was. Ada then demonstrates a Shinjutsu, a new ability that had been hinted at previously. Keep in mind that Shibai was formerly one of the Otsutsuki Gods and that he eventually became a transcendent entity of the fifth dimension, beyond the ken of mortals.
Momoshiki believes that Ada Daemon’s godlike ability comes from the fact that she was resurrected from Amada’s ashes; after all, Amada explicitly said in chapter 75 that humans cannot access the Godly Realm in an attempt to explain his daughter’s unfulfilled resurrection.
Because of her frail physique, Ada cannot manage the Shinjutsu that grants her omniscience, as stated by Momoshiki in chapter 79. Kami’s true love talent is only the materialisation of an omnipotent capacity, much to his use of Divine Technique to create the universe.
Ada then makes full use of her authority to alter the course of events. Despite the fact that Boruto is now Konoha’s enemy, she holds Boruto and Kawaki’s lives in high regard. Kawaki, however, has changed his name to Uzumaki Kawaki. Everything that ever happened to Boruto has been erased right before our eyes.
Expectations from Chapter 80
The latest Boruto chapter, 79, was one of the most exciting and thrilling for readers. While fans have every reason to dispute Boruto’s quality on time, the story’s recent chapters have been outstanding. Chapter 79 of Boruto exemplified that, giving readers one of the biggest surprises in the history of the Naruto series. Boruto and Kawaki’s role reversal brings the story closer to the prologue’s promised destination. Now that that’s out of the way, everyone’s attention is going to be focused on Boruto 80 because of how crucial it is going to be to the tale leading up to the time jump.
Chapter 80: Boruto Gets Away
The events of Boruto chapter 80 will most likely revolve around Boruto Uzumaki’s attempt to leave the town of Konoha. Boruto will need some time to process Momoshiki’s explanation before he can make sense of what’s going on around him. Fans know he’s now in a battle with Mitsuki, but their pal Boruto won’t be fighting back. At the very least, Sarada may try to step in and help Boruto escape from Mitsuki’s grasp. The key to his success will be for Sarada to learn the truth about Boruto. By telling others the truth, she may convince them to join Boruto’s side. Mitsuki seems like he may be one of these people, but in order to win his support, Boruto will have to break away from him first. When Boruto and Mitsuki have finished fighting, Sarada may let Mitsuki in on the truth in the next chapter of the comic. Yet Mitsuki isn’t the only threat Boruto faces right now. Fans are aware that Boruto is presently the village’s primary aim and that all of the Jonin are riding on his back. The majority of the Konoha shinobi, including some elites like Shikamaru, will be coming after Boruto if he manages to get away from Mitsuki.
Kawaki’s Might, Chapter 80 of Boruto
Even more so than in previous chapters, Kawaki is expected to play a significant role in Boruto 80. Apart from Eida, he was the focus of much of the discussion in Boruto chapter 79. As he is one of the two persons whose places were exchanged, he may also play a significant part in Boruto chapter 80. Because of Eida, Kawaki’s fans got to watch him finally live the life he’d always dreamed of. Kawaki did not start off with much, and even in Konoha, he was usually Boruto’s understudy. His care has changed drastically, but he now receives the same kind of affection that Boruto did. Kawaki and the Eida building were connected in a way that was obvious to enthusiasts. In spite of Eida’s best efforts, Kawaki has yet to return his affections.
Even yet, Eida essentially did him a favour, and she did it all because she was over heels in love with him. Kawaki is supposed to become best friends with her and his most trusted buddy. So, the blossoming friendship between these two might be the centre of Boruto chapter 80. This will also strengthen his relationship with Daemon. Fans are eagerly anticipating the next chapter since it will, as predicted, cover a number of the major plot points all at once. This is the most interesting point in the novel so far, and readers everywhere are crossing their fingers that Kishimoto and Ikemoto will continue in this vein. Seeing as how Boruto is serialized in a manga magazine, we can’t expect it to be published any time soon. Expect Boruto 80 on April 20, 2023. The chapter is available for free on the MangaPlus and Shounen jump apps for fans to read.
Sasuke Takes the Lead in Boruto Chapter 80
In chapter 80 of Boruto, he may or may not confront a formidable army comprised of powerful Konoha ninjas, but he will almost certainly be able to evade them. Boruto has to bulk up, and he can’t do so while he’s imprisoned. Viewers also know that a long period of time has passed since the series’ prologue and that Boruto has accumulated a great deal of power in that time. As a result, two things are crystal evident to the audience. One, Boruto will survive this, and two, he finds a way to get away. Although there appears to be no way out at the time, Boruto can successfully flee with the help of his companions and then reevaluate his options. As was previously said, Sarada is a possible ally, but she is not enough to ensure his safe escape. That’s where Sasuke comes in. While Momoshiki implied in the last chapter that only Sarada is immune to Eida’s influence, it’s conceivable that Sasuke is merely playing along. Spectators may expect him to defend the student he loves near and dear if that’s the case. Sasuke may go against the will of his people if he chooses to defend Boruto from the Hidden Leaf Village. If Sasuke defended the person they believed killed Naruto, he would be seen as justifying that person’s actions and, given his past, may put himself in danger.