Boruto: 5 ways Kawaki is the best character in the series (& 5 is the worst)


Kawaki was introduced to fans during the prologue of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations. Making his due debut in Chapter 23 of the manga, Kawaki has turned out to be quite an intriguing character with great depth to him.

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Since then, he has become one of the main characters in the story and has formed quite an incredible relationship with characters like Boruto Uzumaki and even the Seventh Hokage, Naruto Uzumaki. Yet despite that, Kawaki is a divisive character who, while good at heart, has done things that could be considered irredeemable.

10 BEST: He looks a lot like Naruto Uzumaki

Kawaki has lived a miserable life growing up, having to deal with an abusive father and then being sold to Jigen. Under Jigen’s care, he was further abused and eventually forced to become Isshiki Otsutsuki’s recipient. His story is remarkably similar to that of Naruto Uzumaki, making him a favorite among fans. Even Naruto Uzumaki himself has admitted to the fact that Kawaki bears a striking resemblance to his past self, which is why he is always willing to lay down his life for him.

9 WORST: Turn on Naruto Uzumaki

Kawaki’s love and admiration for Naruto Uzumaki knows no bounds, and the young man has risked his life numerous times just to save his father figure. Unfortunately, Kawaki’s future is already set in stone, as the prologue tells fans that he will either turn on Naruto Uzumaki and either kill him or send him to a different dimension. Inevitably, Kawaki mistreating the man who gave him a better life would upset fans and make him one of the worst characters ever.

8 BEST: Add the necessary depth to the story.

Kawaki is essential for Boruto: Naruto Next Generations by the depth that his character carries. Unlike him, Boruto Uzumaki is a talented genius who has hardly had to deal with difficulties in his entire life. Kawaki, on the other hand, is the complete opposite of him and gives fans a character they can empathize with. Masashi Kishimoto used Naruto Uzumaki similarly in Naruto and Kawaki essentially does the same in the Boruto story.

7 WORST: Destroy Konohagakure in the future

Kawaki is brought to Konohagakure after being found by Team 7 and later cared for by Naruto Uzumaki, the Seventh Hokage himself. He grows up in the village and finally gets a home full of love and care that he never had in his life.

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However, for some reason, Kawaki ends up destroying the entirety of Konohagakure in the future. The circumstances behind his actions remain unknown, but he certainly won’t be as beloved among fans once he attacks the village that Naruto spent his life caring for.

6 BEST: He’s Boruto Uzumaki’s rival

Every story needs a character to push the protagonist to greater heights, and Naruto Uzumaki’s relationship with Sasuke Uchiha was the epitome of that. Just as Naruto and Sasuke pushed each other to get to the point they are currently at, Kawaki plays the same role for Boruto Uzumaki. The two share an incredible bond and are as close as siblings. Being the catalyst for Boruto’s growth, Kawaki is essential to the plot of the story as a whole.

5 WORST: Try to kill Boruto Uzumaki

Kawaki is taken in by the Uzumaki family

Kawaki and Boruto didn’t initially like each other too much, but their experiences together brought them incredibly close to a point where Boruto refers to him as a brother. Despite that, Kawaki eventually abandons that bond with Boruto Uzumaki, and in the prologue to the story, he also attempts to kill him. The inexplicable twist in his personality will undoubtedly make him one of the most hated characters in history. Boruto story.

4 BEST: Kawaki is driven by great motivation

kawaki vs beloved and his karma seal

Kawaki is quite a special character that fans can’t help but love, and a big reason for that is the motivation that drives him. Naruto Uzumaki, for example, wanted to bring Sasuke back to the village and earn his recognition.

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Similarly, Kawaki’s motivation is to be strong enough to protect the Seventh Hokage, Naruto Uzumaki. Naruto nearly died numerous times trying to protect Kawaki from those who would harm him, and the young man wants to do everything in his power to return the favor.

3 WORST: Kawaki is an extremely rude person

Kawaki is known to be quite a rude character who lacks even the most basic manners. He drives away everyone who tries to help him and hardly ever thanks those who only want the best for him. Kawaki nearly killed a boy by bumping into him once, and if Naruto hadn’t been there, the boy might have died. His behavior towards Sumire and Sarada is nothing short of disrespectful, and this certainly affects his sympathy among fans quite a bit.

two BEST: Kawaki is a sincere character who tries to be a better person

Having suffered so much while growing up, Kawaki is a scarred character who is experiencing the warmth of the world for the first time under Naruto’s care. Despite having suffered a lot of abuse, he does his best to become a better person, as seen when he breaks Himawari’s vase but tries to fix it. There is sincerity in Kawaki’s character, making fans love him more with each passing chapter.

1 WORST: Kawaki yearns for the power of karma

Boruto Kawaki

Kawaki had been haunted by Karma his entire life, as this power caused him nothing but pain and misery. After Isshiki reincarnated into Jigen’s body, he was able to get rid of his Karma for good, only to get it back some time later. Kawaki yearns for powers and in the future, this will lead him to achieve Karma once again. Even when his intentions are good, he ends up losing his way and becomes a threat to everyone, as is clear from the prologue to the story.

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