After adjusting the manga's events for most of the final storylines, episode 221 of follows Boruto: Naruto the next generations enters a completely original saga. Let's find out the details of this series of unpublished episodes in paper work!

The battle with the Otsutstuki and the Kara organization was finally won thanks to a ruse by Kawaki and the sacrifice of Kurama. However, the Blattdorf cannot fail in any way. You still stay two great dangers to threaten the shinobi world: code that inherited the will of Isshiki and Boruto risking turning into Momoshiki Otsutsuki.

At a delicate moment like this, the Seventh Hokage decides to do one second chunin exam. But why is he doing this right now? As he himself reveals, Konoha's defenses are currently inadequate and the village needs more foremen who can handle missions and internal reorganization. The Chunin exam is therefore necessary for the various teams to complete the Rank B tasks.

All Genin della Foglia are welcomed to the selection tests, including Boruto, who is no longer in danger thanks to taking the drug made by Amado. The first test of the exam is a written test which is very similar to that of the first part of Naruto. The teams that have achieved a certain number of points will pass, while those caught copying will be excluded.

The second test, on the other hand, brings the audience back to the Forest of death, the place where Sasuke was approached and branded by Orochimaru. In this combat simulation, the participants have the task of penetrating the "enemy" territory and rescue wounded alliesAvoid falling and opposing countermovements.

At the end of the allotted time we find to complete the test ten participants, Tsubaki, Honoki, Inojin, Chocho, Denki, Wasabi, Iwabei, Mitsuki, Sarada and surprisingly also Boruto. Now, however, they have to challenge each other Individual tournament who will draw the next chunin of the leaf.

We leave you the preview of Boruto 222 and the petition that Boruto nominated for Anime of the Year.

About the Author

Sweety Otaku

One of the best parts of watching anime is how many times a show can surprise you. Sometimes for good, sometimes for bad. But if the Otaku know one thing, it's that anything is possible.

View All Articles