The events that take place after Isshiki is defeated are detailed in volume 15 of the Boruto manga. We are aware that Code blames Naruto and Sasuke for the death of Isshiki; however, we now see how Code intends to exact his revenge on the two of them. He proceeded to one of Boro’s hiding places, and despite the fact that they are members of the same organisation, Code is considered to be a target for instant execution. Despite the fact that this didn’t make a whole lot of sense, Code manages to force his way inside and meet Bug, one of the guards that watches over Boro’s hidden quarters.
He gives Bug orders to take him to a certain location, and after they get there, he unlocks a capsule that contains an android that Jigen had specifically ordered to be destroyed. Inside the capsule is a woman named Eida. She possesses the ability to see into the future and has the capacity to win the affection of virtually anybody she meets. Hearts that are related to her by blood or hearts that belong to the Otsutsuki Clan are the only types of hearts that she is unable to capture.
Code ultimately succumbs to her enchantment and gets captivated by her, despite the fact that he is fully aware that it is due to her skill. Eida is unable to look further back in time than the day she was born, nor can she see into the future, but she is able to see everything that is happening right now, regardless of where in the globe it is.
During this time, Kawaki and Boruto begin their training in order to prepare themselves to face Code later on. Kawaki has a crazy plan to help Boruto with his Karma; however, it’s going to take a LOT of powering up because Code may have limiters on him now, but if they are removed, he will become stronger than Jigen! Kawaki has a plan to help Boruto with his Karma; however, it’s going to take a LOT of powering up because Code may have limiters on him now; however, if This results in Boruto and Kawaki engaging in a relatively brief fight with each other.
After that, Amado gives Kawaki some advice that he feels isn’t quite in line with his values. As a result of this rumour, many are beginning to wonder what Amado has planned for the future. At last, we take another look at Eida and Code as they make their preparations. It has been suggested by Eida that another capsule containing her “knight” be opened.
Here, we meet Daemon, a little boy who despite his age possesses a tremendous amount of strength. Daemon is able to reflect the vision of a person’s killing intent and employ that means of murdering on that person if that person’s purpose to kill even permits them to consider a way to kill. The more efficient the technique of execution, the greater the power of the Daemon. Code, Eida, and Daemon are now at liberty to act however they see fit, and they are getting ready to make their move!
Even now, Kawaki’s feelings are all over the place. It’s obvious that he wants to repay Naruto for everything he’s done for him by helping to protect him, but he still doesn’t appear to be able to communicate well with the rest of Team 7 and Boruto in particular.
It appears as though he wants to handle everything on his own, despite the fact that he is aware that this is not feasible and is unable to accept it. Because of this, when Amado made him an offer, I was certain that he would accept it; yet, despite the fact that he had aspirations to pursue, he still declined the offer. However, I am curious as to how much longer he will continue to resist… especially taking into account that he intended to speed up their training.
Now that we have this new information, we are aware that Amado is plotting something, but what that something is remains to be seen. Everything has worked out way too well, and it should come as no surprise that he is a part of Kara. It seems unlikely that someone associated with an organisation like that would transfer loyalties in such an easy manner. I have no idea what he’s planning, but as long as he doesn’t turn out to be another character with a Black Zetsu-like explanation for everything, I won’t have a problem with it.
This new character, Eida, is a fascinating addition. In spite of her skills, she adheres to the pacifist philosophy, but I wonder how much of that statement is actually accurate. Her capacity to spy on anyone, anywhere, at any time, is a bit of an irritation; nonetheless, she appears to be relatively at ease with herself and confident in her abilities. Unquestionably a character with a chill attitude! However, she is the total antithesis of Daemon in every way. On the other hand, I feel compelled to point out that if you’ve encountered one character like Daemon, you’ve encountered them all. A mere child of a young age who has the attitude of someone who craves blood. This kind of person has repeatedly presented themselves to us.
I’m ready to bet that his lack of maturity will eventually turn out to be his undoing! In point of fact, I can already see how they are going to defeat him due to the fact that they have already demonstrated the solution to us in Ghostbusters. If you even think of J. Edgar Hoover, the man himself will materialise before you and kill you. Just clear your thoughts and move on!