Arrived a few hours ago on MangaPlus, Shueisha’s digital and free platform, Boruto: Naruto the Next Generations Chapter 61 brings a big jolt to the opera scene. Kawaki has chosen to leave Konoha the only way they can protect the Hokage.

In the new appointment with Masashi Kishimoto’s work, we see Amado reflect on Kawaki’s personality. According to the former Kara scientist, Isshiki Otsutsuki’s vessel suffers from some type of “Fatherly Complex” for Naruto, a syndrome he defines as “madness,” a word that gives the chapter its title.

The scene then continues with Shikadai and Inojin explaining to Boruto and Kawaki how Konoha’s sensory system works. Without the possibility of being able to clear your chakra, no one will go unnoticed by the sensory ninjas; Escape is therefore almost impossible for a ninja. However, Kawaki thinks carefully about the claims made by his two friends.

In the wake of recent events, Konoha panics and the security of the village is entrusted to Sai, Shikamaru and Sasuke, three key members of the Seventh Hokage Council.
As evening falls, Kawaki returns to Casa Uzumaki so as not to raise any new concerns. However, he leaves the house with an apology. With a clone he bypasses the security team and cleanses his chakra his flight begins.

Just, of all things Boruto and Eida they notice Kawaki’s gesture. Codes of New Allies reports the iniquity to Jigen’s heir, who wonders how the ship managed to purify his chakra. The answer to this question is provided by Eida, who states that Kawaki, as Otsutsuki, is capable of this.

Fascinated by its actions, code sets in motion by exploiting its “brands”. For the villain, this is a great chance to be able to Kawaki. capture. The hunt has started! Who will find the Seventh Hokage’s godson first? The Konoha ninjas or the Kara members? In the meantime, here’s a detailed look at how the Leaf Village defense system works in Boruto.

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