Boruto Episode 292: Naruto's Son Died In The Series Finale

He's also the first person who Naruto makes a true friend, and that relationship helped him become the kind of ninja everyone knows and loves.

Manta Ray
March 20, 2023 2:49 PM

The latest episode of Boruto, titled "Hunger," sets up the finale as Naruto's son dies. It's a very emotional scene that fans of the series are going to love.

It's the first time that Boruto fans have seen the main characters fight each other, and it's one of the most exciting episodes of the show to date. It also reveals the lengths that the three central characters will go to for power.

Naruto and Shikamaru

In Boruto, Naruto is a ninja that has a knack for harnessing chakra to perform feats that no one else can. The series is based on the manga by Masashi Kishimoto, and it's popular among fans.

Shikamaru is a friend of Naruto's that has been by his side since the very beginning of the series. He's the person who Naruto appoints as his right-hand man when he becomes Hokage, and it's clear that he trusts him completely.

He's one of the few people who truly believes in Naruto's dream of becoming Hokage, and he's the only person that truly helps him fulfill it. He doesn't have a big personality, and he's sometimes a little aloof, but he's the one who really stands by Naruto.

Kawaki Becomes The Reason

Boruto fans were in for a treat this week, as the manga-inspired anime pushed its limits with some of the show's best animation to date. Episode 292 sets up the finale as Naruto's son dies at Kawaki's hands.

The scene was one that many fans were hoping would happen, and it was certainly a reversal of the expected scenario. When Boruto's body was taken over by Momoshiki, Kawaki had no choice but to fight the demon for her own sake.

While the battle between Boruto and Momoshiki was a major highlight of the episode, there were also other parts of the plot that were worth noting. First, when Kae was found alone in class, Boruto tried to distract the group with Ninja Cards and taiyaki.

Otsutsuki Finally Dead

In Boruto episode 292 of the Naruto anime series, Otsutsuki finally died in battle. But he left behind a powerful legacy. His ability to alter the memories of people on a global scale changed the course of history.

Otsutsuki's biggest strength was his eye, which allowed him to shrink up anything inanimate and create a dimension where time didn't flow at all. In addition to this, he was able to summon chakra rods and use them to attack Naruto and Sasuke with ease.

When Momoshiki re-acquired his Otsutsuki blood, he used it to revive himself from the dead, allowing him to shrink and enlarge his projectiles again. This allowed him to use Isshiki's Sukunahikona and Daikokuten Dojutsu, but eventually he was overwhelmed by Kawaki’s new Karma.

In the end, he was killed by Kawaki. It was a heart-breaking scene that has shocked everyone, but it sets up the finale as Naruto’s son dies for the sake of Konoha and the entire world.

Finale Set Up

The Boruto episode 292 cliffhanger was one of the series' most brutal moments yet. Naruto's son dies in an attempt to stop Momoshiki, and he's left looking absolutely devastated by the scene.

In the next scene, Kawaki reactivates his Karma to defend Naruto from Momoshiki's Rasengan attack. This is the same karma that Amado implanted in him with Isshiki Otsutsuki's powers, so it's interesting to see how Kawaki manifested it again and was able to use it without bringing Isshiki back to life.

He explains to Boruto that the Karma Mark was not just a way for an Otsutsuki to get extra power and speed, but it also gave them a way to tap into their genetic memory so they could experience the battle with the Otsutsuki they were destined for. That's what he meant when he said that Amado had given him a special kind of medicine to help him with that, so he was able to channel his Karma Mark's strength without Momoshiki taking over.

Manta Ray

An anime and manga enthusiast who has nothing more better than to do but just write amazing stuffs for the fandom.

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