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Boruto: Why are Sarada and Sumire Immune to Eida's Power?

Boruto: Why are Sarada and Sumire Immune to Eida's Power?

What made Sarada Uchiha and also Sumire Kakkei able to withstand or be immune to Eida's power? 

In fact, the majority of the characters in the Boruto: Naruto Next Generations story are capable of being captivated by Eida's figures such as Delta, Konohamaru, and even Mitsuki. 

As explained by Amado, this is a powerful power from Eida that attacks one's subconscious.

When someone is hit by this attack it will be very difficult to escape. 

According to Amado, the more someone tries to get away from Eida's power, the more difficult it is for them to do. 

And there is the worst possibility that then arises as a result of this. 

However, in chapter 76 yesterday it was seen how Sarada and Sumire could be immune to Eida's charms. 

How did it happen?

Uchiha's Descendants

Boruto: Why are Sarada and Sumire Immune to Eida's Power?

As you know, Eida has a special Doujutsu, Senrigan, that can make anyone fall in love. 

Only those who are descendants of the Otsutsuki, or are Otsutsuki, are released or will not be affected by this move. 

Then, why then was Sarada able to survive the attack? 

Possibly, this has something to do with Sarada being an Uchiha descendant.

As we know, Sarada is part of the Uchiha clan. 

The Uchiha clan itself is descended from Indra Otsutsuki, who was the first child of Hagoromo Otsutsuki. 

This is then the reason why the Uchiha clan has the Sharingan, which was formerly better known as "Hagoromo's Eye."

On the other hand, this means that Sarada also inherited Otsutsuki's chakra or power, which makes sense if she is able to withstand Eida's power. 

This also explains why Kawaki and Boruto are immune to Eida's powers. 

Apart from turning into Otsutsuki, Boruto and Naruto's family are also descendants of Ashura Otsutsuki.

Still Has the Gozu Tennou Seal

Boruto: Why are Sarada and Sumire Immune to Eida's Power?

Then, what about Sumire? 

What is the reason she can be immune to Eida's power? 

It is possible that this has something to do with the strength that she has, namely Gozu Tennou. 

Gozu Tennou itself is a Fuinjutsu aka Seal Jutsu developed by Tanuki Shigaraki, Sumire's father. 

When there is someone who has this mark on their body, they will enter into a contract with the Nue.

At first, Sumire had the seal for the purpose of destroying Konoha. 

However, Boruto then succeeded in getting Sumire back on the right path. 

It was speculated that Sumire still had this seal on her body. 

And what's interesting, Sasuke himself once said that Gozu Tennou had a resemblance to Kaguya Otsutsuki's secret technique.

In fact, this was an attempt by Tanuki to imitate Kaguya's powers. 

Not to mention, Tanuki used Hashirama's cells to awaken Nue and develop his technique. 

And Hashirama himself is a descendant of Hamura Otsutsuki, just like the Uzumaki and Hyuuga clans. 

Perhaps, this was the reason why Sumire also didn't get hit by Eida's attacks or powers.

Both have feelings for Boruto

Boruto: Why are Sarada and Sumire Immune to Eida's Power?

The element of romance is indeed not the main focus in the stories in the Naruto or Boruto series. 

However, this does not mean that Kishimoto deliberately lost it. 

And this can be seen throughout the story of Boruto, where the main protagonist is liked by two female characters, namely Sarada and Sumire. 

Out of the two, Sumire is the one who most clearly shows that liking.

Talking about liking maybe this is also the reason why Sumire and Sarada were able to survive Eida's power. 

That love for Boruto is what becomes a weapon against Eida's powers. 

Boruto himself is already an Otsutsuki, which means they both fall in love with an Otsutsuki just like Eida did with Kawaki. 

What do you think?

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