Boruto fans can no longer ignore Hinata's influence on her children after Two Blue Vortex chapter 10

Boruto fans can no longer ignore Hinata
Boruto and Himawari as seen in the manga (Image via Shueisha)

With the release of Boruto: Two Blue Vortex chapter 10, fans of the manga series can no longer ignore Hinata Hyuga's influence on the story, as being her descendant has had both her children be destined for greatness.

Fans often believed that the Naruto franchise was focused highly on Sharingan and not Byakugan. Fortunately, with the Boruto manga, it seems like manga creator Masashi Kishimoto has something great planned for the Hyuga clan descendants.

The same was further hinted at by Kurama, as Himawari Uzumaki inherited the tailed beast from her father, Naruto Uzumaki.

Disclaimer: This article contains spoilers from the Boruto: Two Blue Vortex manga.


Boruto: Two Blue Vortex chapter 10 expands on Hinata's influence on her children

Toneri Otsutsuki as seen in the anime series (Image via Studio Pierrot)
Toneri Otsutsuki as seen in the anime series (Image via Studio Pierrot)

Since the start of the manga, the series has implied a lot that the protagonist's destiny has something to do with his Hyuga blood. This is especially evident from his connection to the Otsutsuki.

As shown in The Last: Naruto the Movie, Toneri Otsutsuki wished to marry the Hyuga Clan Princess, Hinata Hyuga. Despite not going through with it, Toneri was connected to Hinata as he guided his son, Boruto Uzumaki, in times of need. This was seen in the anime series.

Besides that, even Momoshiki Otsutsuki has been shown to be interested in the fact that Boruto has Hyuga blood flowing within him. With that fact in place, Momoshiki was able to see the protagonist's future. His destiny was nothing close to ordinary.

With such minor developments and hints, the series made it very clear that the protagonist possessing Hyuga blood is a crucial plot point. Nevertheless, given that a protagonist is bound to have all the focus around him, fans did not pay enough attention to the same.

Kurama and Himawari as seen in the manga (Image via Shueisha)
Kurama and Himawari as seen in the manga (Image via Shueisha)

However, with the release of Boruto: Two Blue Vortex chapter 10, the manga series has finally further expanded on the legacy surrounding the Hyuga bloodline. As manga fans know, Himawari inherited Kurama from her father, Naruto Uzumaki. This was shocking to fans, as they had no idea how Kurama returned after he died in the Kawaki Arc.

Surprisingly, Kurama knew that he would return. According to him, even if a tailed beast's soul and flesh were to perish, one of its kernels would sprout out somewhere, helping them resurrect. Unfortunately, there was no way of knowing when and where the kernel would sprout. Hence, it was surprising to him as well that he was resurrected within Himawari.

Kurama and Himawari as seen in the manga (Image via Shueisha)
Kurama and Himawari as seen in the manga (Image via Shueisha)

With such a development in mind, Kurama believed that Himawari must have inherited a sliver of his chakra from her father, Naruto Uzumaki, when she was conceived.

If that wasn't the case, Kurama believed that inheriting Kurama must have been Himawari's destiny, which she derived by being a descendant of Uzumaki and Hyuga blood.

With such development, the manga series has made it very clear that the Hyuga blood has huge significance in the new manga. Subsequently, Hinata had a huge influence on her children's destinies, and fans should not ignore the same.


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