Boruto: Two Blue Vortex keeps fans on the edge of their seats with intense developments. The latest chapter proved to be a crucial one, unraveling significant secrets in the Boruto universe. Despite the absence of major battles, the chapter provided essential explanations that surprised fans, evoking both positive and negative reactions.
A notable highlight was the return of beloved characters, including the iconic Sasuke Uchiha. However, the key revelation in Boruto: Two Blue Vortex chapter 4 introduced new adversaries—clones generated by the formidable 10 Tails. These revelations have added a layer of complexity to the storyline, leaving fans eagerly awaiting the next twists and turns in the narrative.
New Villains In Boruto: Two Blue Vortex
Boruto: Two Blue Vortex again brought the 10 Tails into the spotlight, emphasizing its pivotal role in the storyline. While many powerful characters come and go, the 10 Tails remain a significant force. From Isshiki to Code, various individuals have harnessed its power. Code, in particular, used his Claw Marks to manipulate the 10 Tails, causing it to split into smaller entities.
Initially, fans didn’t pay much attention, but as the narrative unfolded, the danger posed by these Claw Grimes became apparent.
In Chapter 4 of Boruto: TBV, it was unveiled that the continuous evolution of these 10 Tails Claw Grimes would lead to the world’s complete destruction. This aligns with Boruto’s earlier warning to Code.
Towards the chapter’s end, the 10 Tails vanished entirely, giving way to four new villains. Fans recognize that these villains, created from the 10 Tails, possess their own consciousness and personalities, indicating a heightened level of danger. The threats to the ninja world have escalated significantly thanks to Code’s actions.
How The Ten Tails Evolved In Boruto
In Boruto, the transformation of the 10 Tails, orchestrated by Code, unfolded straightforwardly. As the Boruto: Naruto Next Generations manga neared its end, Code aimed to employ the 10 Tails in his attack on Konoha.
Using his Claw Marks, he influenced the 10 Tails to divide into smaller entities resembling normal humans. These creatures exhibited varying levels of strength, with some posing challenges even for the next generation’s Genin. Notably, certain entities wielded potent abilities, including the formidable Rinnegan.
Boruto emphasized the urgency of dealing with the 10 Tails, linking its existence to the world’s imminent destruction. Code’s actions induced a transformation, evident in the previous chapter’s conclusion, where the 10 Tails disappeared entirely, giving rise to four formidable new villains.
The 10 Tails, intricately connected to all life forms, underwent constant growth and evolution. It surpassed a mere focus on chakra, attaining sentience and decision-making capabilities. Now divided into four humanoid, monstrous creatures, it presents an even greater threat to humanity.
How Strong Are The Shinju Clones?
In Boruto: Two Blue Vortex Chapter 4, readers are introduced to four formidable new villains, each displaying incredible strength. Their power was evident when one of them engaged Boruto in combat, overpowering him in physical strength and posing a serious threat. These individuals are still in the process of evolution, and their increasing strength is remarkable.
The major shock in this chapter stems from the revelation that these clones of the 10 Tails are connected to familiar characters. When a Claw Grime bites someone, it transforms into a 10 Tails Tree, storing their chakra and other aspects inside the Ten-Tails, facilitating its evolution.
For instance, Bug was turned into a tree, and one of the new villains now resembles Bug. Similarly, the chapter discloses that Sasuke suffered a similar fate, being bitten by one of Code’s Claw Grimes, resulting in a new villain taking on Sasuke’s appearance. Two more mysterious clones exist—one resembling Moegi and another resembling Jigen.
The 10 Tails clones prove their might, surpassing the strength of previous Kara Inners. Even Code, who faced Boruto, stood no chance. Notably, Bug, seemingly less formidable, easily dominated Boruto until the intervention of the Flying Thunder God Jutsu.
Like Lightning Release, Sasuke’s 10 Tails Clone, demonstrating proficiency in Sasuke’s Jutsu, presented an even greater challenge for Boruto. These clones are formidable, and their ongoing evolution suggests they will become even more powerful.