In the novel Sasuke Shinden: The Teacher's Star Pupil, a new criminal group debuted whose ultimate goal is the destruction of the Leaf Village. Who are these mysterious new antagonists who were introduced to the world of? Boruto: Naruto the next generations?
In addition to the Kara organization, the protagonists of Boruto: Naruto the Next Generations have to face a new criminal group. Purple Moon was featured in the novel Sasuke Shinden: The Teacher's Pupil, available in English from Viz Media. He hates Konoha deeply. Let's find out the reasons for this contrast.
At the beginning of the novel, Sasuke examines gods mysterious ninjas dressed in purple who destroyed a light rail at the gates of the leaf village. After revealing some information, the most powerful of the Uchiha arrests Lily, a famous pop star. The woman who exposes her earring shows that she is part of the Purple Moon, extremists of the land of water. Although this nation is allied with Konoha, the Purple Moon is a criminal faction that draws power from nature, especially the moon.
This mysterious organization sees technological development and evolution as something impure and decided to hit the heart of the Alliance Stop the advance of the great nations Ninja. Lily's father, the leader of the group, raised his daughter by teaching her to control people's bodies while she infiltrated Konoha to attack the village from within.
But Lily never condoned murder, and when she became a pop star, she became one Defector from Purple Moon. When her father discovered her pacifist ideas, he sent his henchmen to catch her; Mission foiled by Sasuke's intervention.
When Sasuke stops another attempt to tarnish Konoha's honor through Lily, she realizes have to get rid of old traditions of Purple Moon and trying to improve the lives of the citizens of the land of water. In Boruto: Naruto the Next Generations 51, Kawaki is the protagonist of an internal conflict. Fans reacted in a variety of ways to the tragic events of the new chapter of Boruto: Naruto the Next Generations.