From the looks of things, Boruto’s anime is progressing rather slowly. You will remember that its debut made huge headlines with the instant introduction of what appears to be the greatest villain so far. Konoha has destroyed once again, and people couldn’t wait to see the actual fight that has turned Konoha into rubbles. Not to mention that at the rate the anime is going on by now that is still far. Given that Boruto is still young, and a new arc that was not even in the manga has debuted.
So this brings up a question whether there will be a time skip to the point where Boruto was at the first episode. Without a time skip it would take way more time for Kawaki to appear. Considering that not even Momoshiki is that close to striking, and taking into account that there’s still the chuunin exams before that, then that just spells a lot of episodes.
We’ve been waiting for Kawaki for some time as of now, but it is not guaranteed that there won’t be more arcs coming before that. Boruto still has a long way to go, a lot of other things to learn as well. Considering only these few facts this could compile an entire series as it can take many episodes.
So there will most likely be a time skip in Boruto as well. As the series is mainly based on older Boruto who is at his teens at the time. So what we are watching now is more like a flashback to show us where Boruto has been until his Battle with Kawaki. This includes explaining how the world moved from its peaceful times after the war to the point where the likes of Kawaki become to exist.
A New Theory Reveals What Was Itachi’s Mysterious Illness
Hey guys. Itachi’s illness is one of the biggest mysteries of the Naruto series. Many theories have been put forward throughout the years that tackle this specific question. However, we may finally have an answer to this question. Let me warn you that this theory is the result of a lit of hard work so please read it till the end. Itachi Uchiha was suffering from microscopic polyangiitis.
MPA is a rare form of systemic vasculitis. It is an auto-immune disorder, characterized by antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibodies attacking the small vessels, causing them to bleed as they become damaged and inflamed. It can have far-reaching consequences throughout different organ systems. When it is compared to Itachi’s mysterious sickness, you will find that it is actually quite amazing that how it adds up. The most visible symptom of Itachi’s illness is hemoptysis.
The hemoptysis is, more likely than not, a result of diffuse alveolar hemorrhage. This is a classic symptom of MPA when it presents with pulmonary manifestations. There is also shortness of breath, and coughing. Unlike many other forms of vasculitis, such as wegener granulomatosis for example, the upper respiratory tract is usually spared. All the damage is deeper in the lungs. Itachi’s case is consistent with this. Head back to Itachi’s fight against Sasuke when Itachi was grabbing his shirt and he appeared to be in excruciating pain. In this disease, chest pain and symptoms of cardiac failure are not uncommon. We know that before his death Itachi was nearly blind.
This is related to Itachi over using the Mangekyou Sharingan.
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