Boruto: Naruto Next Generations’ newest manga chapter launched a robust new villain to the Naruto franchise: Eida. As it seems, Eida was probably the most feared cyborg in Kara’s arsenal (a lot in order that they locked her away in cryogenic sleep, as a consequence of unusual skills that principally make her probably the most knowledgable enemy that anybody may face. (Major Spoilers Follow!) Kara’s different killer secret cyborg, Code, awakens Eida for the aim of studying tips on how to break the facility limiters Kara put in him with. However, in the course of the dialog between Code and Eida we get hints of a bigger thriller regarding her origin.
Eida was created by Kara’s lead scientist Amado as a part of his plot to kill the group’s chief, Jigen/Isshiki Otsutsuki. Eida was clairvoyant, that means she is psychically capable of view any occasion occurring within the current day, or inside the previous in the course of the span of her lifetime. In addition to these items, and the (still-unknown) array of Scientific Ninja Tools put in within her, she was given a novel means by Amado: Eida could make anybody immediately infatuated together with her. It’s that specific means that makes Eida maintain a private grudge towards Amado: she will be able to by no means belief that anybody’s love is real, and so subsequently can’t belief the feelings of anybody round her.
It was a reasonably conspicuous “coincidence” that in the identical chapter of Boruto that launched Eida and her backstory with Amado, we additionally received an enormous reveal about Amado: he has a daughter – or at the very least, he “used to.”
In a pivotal dialog with Naruto, Amado volunteers that he used to have a daughter after listening to Naruto’s (naive?) pledge to try to save Boruto from his destiny of turning into Momoshiki Otsutsuki. According to Amado, his daughter died 12 years in the past, however he rapidly adjustments the topic, thereafter.
It’s onerous to not to take a look at these reveals from two Kara members – who’ve a risky connection – and never come away with one clear concept: Eida is Amado’s daughter.
It is sensible on a variety of ranges. Amado is the best scientist not solely in Kara, however arguably inside the total shinobi world. If his daughter died, it would not appear to be he is let her go with out attempting all the pieces at his disposal – together with radically altering her physique and thoughts into an omnipotent cyborg. Eida confesses that the life Amado gave her has left her bored, listless and lonely – and her gruge makes much more sense as a daughter’s grudge towards her father.
It’s additionally fairly telling that Eida’s solely weak point to her love energy is members of the family and Otsutsuiki: Amado would need her to know his love for her was nonetheless actual, whereas additionally not wanting her to interrupt his plan to take out Jigen.