We are facing a totally unexpected turn for Boruto: Naruto Next Generations, as Amado's defection totally altered the balance in the War between the Kara Organization and Konoha. In fact, the mysterious man revealed some crucial information for the outcome of the battle, including Jigen's weak point.

While Kashin Koji takes advantage of the weakness of Jigen, strongly weakened following the clash with Sasuke is Naruto, the former Kara researcher has moved to the Leaf Village side, all in order to eliminate the leader of the Organization. In order to obtain political asylum from Konoha, Amado has begun to disclose some of the information in its possession, some of which is crucial for studying new plans against the opponent.

During the story, the mysterious man revealed Jigen's identity which is nothing more than Isshiki Ohtsutsuki, an alien arrived on Earth together with Kaguya. However, for reasons that are not yet fully understood, the latter turned against her partner and reduced him to his death. Despite being mortally wounded, Isshiki managed to escape and take possession of the body of a passing monk, Jigen, through a shrinking technique. Although Ohtsutsuki later implanted karma, a backup tool for the Clan, in humans, he was unable to overwrite the data, as the monk's weak body would not be able to withstand the immense Isshiki chakra. In fact, the former partner of Kaguya is still - in shrunken form - clinging to Jigen's brain, controlling his movements under a powerful parasitic action.

This in itself is the biggest weakness of the leader of the Kara Organization, since to defeat him is theoretically enough to get him out of the monk before he can take control of Kawaki. And you, on the other hand, think that K.K. will it succeed? Tell us yours, as usual, with a comment below.

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