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Boruto: Amado’s Reaction to Eida Proves She’s His Child

Warning: contains spoilers Blowjob #69!

It’s only natural that most of the characters on the show are. narutosequel series pipeHE presented as new and unknown, but in almost seventy chapters, only Amado, whose history remains obscure. However, with his return to Eida, Amado’s past and purpose become clearer.

In a world where chakra, ninjutsu, and dojutsu are determined not only by the most skilled ninja, but who will lead them, Amado is an anomaly. Although he showed no special ability to make a great ninja, he managed to hold high-ranking and “most trusted” positions in both Isshiki Otsutsuki’s secret black organization and the administrative unit of the Konoha village of Naruto. What Amado has is intelligence and expertise. Indeed, if intelligence were a ninja skill, Amado would be Hokage, and no one can compare to his technological prowess. With his cyborgs and Kama replication techniques, he single-handedly elevated ninja technology to divine levels.

In #69Amado’s goals finally become clear. In the plot, after infiltrating Konoha Village and confronting Shikamaru Nara, Amado, and a rebuilt Delta, Code calls on Eida for help. Up to this point in the manga, Amado has been one of the most emotionally stable characters. For example, she barely sweats when she realizes that her boss Jigen is working with Koji Kashin, whom she bio-engineered, to kill him. However, Amado’s previously confident demeanor turns into a miserable shock when he comes face to face with Eida after passing through Code’s portal ability. Who but someone close to Amado like his daughter could provoke such a reaction?

On Kara, Amado sought to use scientific ninja technology to create cyborgs to increase their power projections. In this role, he created countless cyborgs and, more importantly, gained insurmountable expertise in bioengineering. He even figured out how to create a Digital Kama that could transfer Otsutsuki’s soul into a human body. Therefore, it is not unreasonable for him to find a way to raise the dead in his work. Indeed, bringing back the dead seems to be a fundamental requirement for his later works, including Eida. Also, with such knowledge, how tempting would it be to try to bring back someone you miss, like the love of your life or your child? Under the guise of furthering Kara’s interests, Amado had the resources, the talent, and the opportunity to bring his daughter back.

But the most important proof that Kara’s Eida is Amado’s daughter is her reaction to seeing him again. He is a man who has seen the death of countless creatures he has created and yet has not shed tears. Indeed, when one of the Koji Kashins decided to seize Jigen in a battle he knew would result in his defeat, Amado was more interested in supplying Konoha Village with High Tails. However, her reaction when she sees Eida is palpable. There’s a connection between them that transcends anything fans have seen before. If true, the consequences of this naruto and pipe it will be huge.

#69 now available from Viz Media.


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Boruto: Amado’s Reaction to Eida Proves She’s His Child

Warning: contains spoilers for Borutu #69!
It’s only natural that many of the characters in Naruto‘s sequel series Boruto were introduced as new and unknown, but almost seventy chapters in, it’s only Amado whose story remains unclear. However, with the return to Eida, Amado’s background and purpose come into better focus.
In a world where chakra, ninjutsu, and dojutsu are paramount, not only determining who is the most capable ninja but also who should lead them, Amado is an anomaly. Despite demonstrating no particular capabilities that make a great ninja, he has still been able to hold senior level, “most trusted” positions in both Isshiki Otsutsuki’s secret Kara organization and Naruto’s Konoha Village administrative unit. What Amado does have are intelligence and expertise. Indeed, if smartness was a ninja skill, Amado would be the Hokage, and nobody can compare with his technological expertise. With his cyborgs and Kama-copying techniques, he has single-handedly brought ninja tech up to God-like levels.
In Borutu #69, Amado’s motives finally become clearer. In the issue, after infiltrating Konoha Village and being confronted by Shikamaru Nara, Amado, and a reconfigured Delta, Code calls on Eida for assistance. Up until this point in the manga, Amado has been one of the most emotionally stable characters of all. Barely breaking a sweat when, for instance, he realized that his boss Jigen had figured out that he was working with Koji Kashin, who he bio-engineered, to kill him. But once he comes face-to-face with Eida after she arrives via Code’s portal ability, Amado’s previously confident demeanor descends into abject shock. Who could create such a reaction other than someone close to Amado, such as his daughter?

In Kara, Amado worked on using scientific ninja tech to create cyborgs to increase their power projections. In that role, he created countless cyborgs and, more importantly, obtained insurmountable expertise in bio-engineering. He even figured out how to create a digital Kama that could transfer an Otsutsuki spirit into a human vessel. So, it is not unreasonable that in his work, he figured out a way to resurrect the dead. Indeed, bringing back the dead seems to be a basic requirement for his later works, including Eida. Moreover, with such knowledge, how tempting would it be to try to bring back someone you miss terribly such as the love of your life, or your child? Amado had the resources, ability, and opportunity to bring back his daughter, all under the guise of furthering Kara’s interests.
However, the most crucial evidence that Kara’s Eida is Amado’s daughter is his reaction to seeing her again. This is a man who has seen the death of countless of his creations, and yet has never shed a tear. Indeed, when one Koji Kashin decided to take on Jigen in a battle he knew would end in his defeat, Amado was more interested in high-tailing it to Konoha Village. However, his reaction to seeing Eida is palpable. There’s a connection between them than transcends anything fans have seen before. If true, the ramifications of this for Naruto and Boruto will be huge.
Borutu #69 is available now from Viz Media.

#Boruto #Amados #Reaction #Eida #Proves #Shes #Child

Boruto: Amado’s Reaction to Eida Proves She’s His Child

Warning: contains spoilers for Borutu #69!
It’s only natural that many of the characters in Naruto‘s sequel series Boruto were introduced as new and unknown, but almost seventy chapters in, it’s only Amado whose story remains unclear. However, with the return to Eida, Amado’s background and purpose come into better focus.
In a world where chakra, ninjutsu, and dojutsu are paramount, not only determining who is the most capable ninja but also who should lead them, Amado is an anomaly. Despite demonstrating no particular capabilities that make a great ninja, he has still been able to hold senior level, “most trusted” positions in both Isshiki Otsutsuki’s secret Kara organization and Naruto’s Konoha Village administrative unit. What Amado does have are intelligence and expertise. Indeed, if smartness was a ninja skill, Amado would be the Hokage, and nobody can compare with his technological expertise. With his cyborgs and Kama-copying techniques, he has single-handedly brought ninja tech up to God-like levels.
In Borutu #69, Amado’s motives finally become clearer. In the issue, after infiltrating Konoha Village and being confronted by Shikamaru Nara, Amado, and a reconfigured Delta, Code calls on Eida for assistance. Up until this point in the manga, Amado has been one of the most emotionally stable characters of all. Barely breaking a sweat when, for instance, he realized that his boss Jigen had figured out that he was working with Koji Kashin, who he bio-engineered, to kill him. But once he comes face-to-face with Eida after she arrives via Code’s portal ability, Amado’s previously confident demeanor descends into abject shock. Who could create such a reaction other than someone close to Amado, such as his daughter?

In Kara, Amado worked on using scientific ninja tech to create cyborgs to increase their power projections. In that role, he created countless cyborgs and, more importantly, obtained insurmountable expertise in bio-engineering. He even figured out how to create a digital Kama that could transfer an Otsutsuki spirit into a human vessel. So, it is not unreasonable that in his work, he figured out a way to resurrect the dead. Indeed, bringing back the dead seems to be a basic requirement for his later works, including Eida. Moreover, with such knowledge, how tempting would it be to try to bring back someone you miss terribly such as the love of your life, or your child? Amado had the resources, ability, and opportunity to bring back his daughter, all under the guise of furthering Kara’s interests.
However, the most crucial evidence that Kara’s Eida is Amado’s daughter is his reaction to seeing her again. This is a man who has seen the death of countless of his creations, and yet has never shed a tear. Indeed, when one Koji Kashin decided to take on Jigen in a battle he knew would end in his defeat, Amado was more interested in high-tailing it to Konoha Village. However, his reaction to seeing Eida is palpable. There’s a connection between them than transcends anything fans have seen before. If true, the ramifications of this for Naruto and Boruto will be huge.
Borutu #69 is available now from Viz Media.

#Boruto #Amados #Reaction #Eida #Proves #Shes #Child


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