As the battle rages between the seventh Hokage and Isshiki Otsutsuki, Kawaki shows everyone his love for Naruto. But how important is the Konoha hero to the boy? Let's find out all the details about the relationship between the two protagonists of Boruto: Naruto the next generations.

Isshiki's goal is Conquer Kawakito make it its new container. The Otsutsuki life is actually coming to an end, and if it does not take possession of the boy's body, it will be gone forever. However, in order to fulfill its mission, the heavenly being must first deal with Sasuke and Naruto. The latter has become a father figure for Kawaki and will never allow his godson to be controlled by Isshiki.

The final chapter of Boruto: Naruto the Next Generations sees the two ninja of Konoha now defeated and without strength. Though hidden, the boy's fate appears to be sealed. Isshiki threatens to get him out of the closet kill the seventh Hokage. Kawaki has no more chance and in order to save his teacher and his bond with the Uzumaki, he puts his own life on the line.

This gesture shows that Kawaki is no longer as tough as it used to be. Although Naruto had welcomed him into the house primarily to keep an eye on him, the two developed a very strong bond, similar to the one between them father and son. The Seventh Hokage broke the shell that closed Kawaki's heart and trained him as a model ninja.

When Isshiki threatens Naruto, Kawaki has a number of flashbacks about his past that he can only escape with the warmth of his godfather. Instead of seeing the Hokage die, the boy he is ready to sacrifice himself. However, thanks to his brilliant gesture, it is not necessary. What do you think of the bond that connects Kawaki and Naruto? Apparently, the eye arts are being replaced by scientific weapons in Boruto. Here are 5 characters who would be perfect heirs to the Nine-Tails Fox in Boruto.

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