Code Could Still Be Redeemed in Boruto, and a Digimon Influence May Be What Gets Him There

Despite not possessing the true Karma, Code is still considered one of the most powerful antagonists in Boruto, having been introduced following the defeat of Isshiki Otsutsuki. This is largely due to his formidable Claw Mark ability.

Despite being one of the most formidable villains, he has not made a significant impact in the sequel series, Two Blue Vortex. He resurfaced after the Omnipotence incident and was defeated by the main character, causing fans to question his capabilities.

Despite the possibility of a Digimon influence, there is evidence to suggest otherwise. In a similar manner to Code, there is a character in this series who initially appears evil but eventually reveals their true potential later on.

This suggests that Code may unlock his Otsutsuki form, bestowed upon him by Isshiki Otsutsuki.

Please note: The following article contains the author’s opinion and potential spoilers from the manga series Boruto: Two Blue Vortex.

Boruto Two Blue Vortex: Exploring the Future Potential of Code

Code as seen in the anime (Image via Studio Pierrot)
Code as seen in the anime (Image via Studio Pierrot)

After Isshiki’s death at the hands of Baryon-mode Naruto, Code emerged as one of the primary antagonists of the series. However, he lacked the powerful White Karma and was on the verge of being eliminated. Just before Isshiki’s demise, Code proved to be a valuable asset.

Despite having a strong physique and a body that has been enhanced to transform any part of it into a weapon, Code’s primary skills revolve around his Claw Mark. This ability bears similarities to the Fourth Hokage’s Flying Raijin Jutsu technique, as it allows Code to leave black-band marks and teleport to them at his own discretion.

Despite having a range like no other antagonist in the series, Code’s reputation is not highly regarded, particularly in the sequel series, Boruto Two Blue Vortex. Additionally, his mark has the ability to work in other dimensions, making him a formidable foe.

Code overpowered by Boruto (Image via Shueisha)
Code overpowered by Boruto (Image via Shueisha)

Two Blue Vortex began when Code, in pursuit of the protagonist who had left the Hidden Leaf Village after the Omnipotence incident, launched an attack on the village. During his search, he encountered Sarada, who insisted that the protagonist was not present. In an attempt to draw out the protagonist, Code then turned his aggression towards Sarada.

Upon Boruto’s arrival, he proceeded to impale Code. As the fight continued, the protagonist utilized his impressive hand-to-hand combat skills and ninjutsu techniques, including the powerful Rasengan Uzuhiko, ultimately defeating his opponent.

After Code escaped the village, the protagonist secretly followed him without being noticed and managed to discover the location of the Ten Tails.

Despite the doubts that arose among fans about Code’s capabilities as the main antagonist of Two Blue Vortex following the incident, there may be deeper layers to his character that mirror those of another villain from a different anime.

Impmon (left) and Beelzemon (right) (Image via Toei Animation)
Impmon (left) and Beelzemon (right) (Image via Toei Animation)

Despite his intense hatred for humans, Impmom was initially a weak Digimon in the Digimon series. However, his transformation into his Mega form, Beelzemon, greatly increased his power.

Impmom was transformed into this powerful Mega form by Caturamon, following his brutal defeat of multiple tamers and their Digimon companions. In his Beelzemon form, Impmom proved to be a formidable beast, capable of matching even the strongest of Digimon.

Just like Impmom, Code also fulfills certain requirements for unlocking his true abilities, similar to Beelzemon. While it is uncertain what his true potential holds, it could be linked to his Otsutsukification or something even more powerful. If his true potential is unleashed in the future, Code could potentially challenge or even surpass the protagonist.

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