Naruto Uzumaki is no longer a Jinchuriki and has been severely weakened as a result of his death. Surprisingly, Kurama’s death was not handled as effectively as fans would have like, and certain elements of it seemed utterly needless.

10. The Otsutsuki Threat Isn’t Over With Isshiki

Isshiki Otsutsuki was Kaguya’s companion and undoubtedly the strongest character in the Naruto franchise, although he was far from the final Otsutsuki in the tale. While Isshiki did die after battling Naruto Uzumaki, it didn’t make much of a difference in the long run because the Otsutsuki Clan members will ultimately assault the earth again. With Kurama’s death, Naruto will be of little use fighting them, and it definitely cheapens the beast’s death, nearly making it seem needless.

9. Naruto Uzumaki is still on the loose, and Code is on the hunt for him.

After Isshiki, Code, his successor, is the next major antagonist in the Naruto series. Code, like Kawaki, has a Karma mark that lacks an Otsutsuki to take over the body, meaning it exists only as a source of firepower. Surprisingly, Naruto is Code’s next target, despite his inability to protect himself following Kurama’s death. It makes little sense to take away Naruto’s tools that allowed him to participate in the first place when someone actively seeks him out for a battle.

8. Boruto has unique abilities that only a few characters can match.

After Isshiki Otsutsuki’s death, a lot has transpired, and characters like Eida and her brother, Daemon, have begun to move. What’s more surprising is that these characters have powers that only a handful Naruto characters can match. Naruto Uzumaki and Sasuke Uchiha are the only ones who have a chance, but with both of them gravely weakened, the world faces a hazardous period ahead. With such powerful foes on the move, Naruto’s loss of Kurama seems even more pointless.

7. Boruto Casts Doubt on What Naruto and Kurama Have Been Through

Kurama and Naruto Uzumaki have been together since the day he was born. Naruto’s father, Minato Namikaze, locked Kurama inside him, and while their voyage didn’t start off perfectly, they eventually acclimated to one other.One of the most essential parts of the Naruto series is Naruto and Kurama’s friendship, and murdering one of them diminishes the value of that relationship.

6.It Reduces Naruto’s Importance In The Story

Despite the fact that Boruto is the narrative of Boruto Uzumaki, Naruto plays a significant role in it. The two series are set in the same universe, and the current state of peace in the ninja world is due only to Naruto Uzumaki. Essentially, Naruto Uzumaki worked so hard to establish the Boruto universe, and therefore, weakening him to such an extent lessens his relevance to the tale. Any sequel to Naruto should always have a character like Naruto Uzumaki, as he is the foundation of the franchise’s success.

5. The Fans’ Interest In The Story Is Reduced Due To Kurama’s Death

Many Boruto fans are turning away from the series since Kurama’s death, as the old characters are no longer as significant as they once were. Boruto has a tendency of ruining Naruto characters’ reputations. Boruto’s treatment of characters like Ao, Onoki, and even Kashin Koji, a Jiraiya clone, interferes with their previously established history. Fans are moving away from Boruto due to a lack of interest and confidence in the writing after Kurama was murdered off and Naruto was severely damaged as a result.

4. Naruto’s Six Paths Powers Could Have Saved Kurama

Naruto Uzumaki is a master of the Six Paths, which he acquired during the Fourth Great Ninja War. Naruto was able to heal damaged organs, as demonstrated when he totally restored Kakashi’s sight, and even keep one’s life-force blazing, as seen in the case of Might Guy, by using the Yin-Yang Release.

He could even save someone who was dying, like as Obito Uchiha, who had the Ten-Tails and the Gedo Statue removed from his body. Naruto’s failure to intervene to save Kurama makes his death feel both forced and needless.

3. To Avoid Death, Kurama Could Have Split Itself Up

Minato took sure to only lock half of Kurama within Naruto Uzumaki when he became a Jinchuriki since the chakra was too dense for him to handle. Naruto got access to both parts of Kurama after the events of the Fourth Great Ninja War. Naruto intended to divide Toneri apart and utilise it to his advantage in order to defeat him. The same could have easily been done here, and just half of Kurama would have died in the battle against Isshiki Otsutsuki, but the plot did not proceed in that route for whatever reason.

2.It Destroys Naruto Uzumaki’s Legacy

Naruto Uzumaki is a character that prioritises himself over others and will die for his friends if necessary. Naruto never abandons his friends, and Kurama is no exception. Despite knowing Naruto’s personality, Kurama opted not to warn him about the adverse effects of Baryon Mode, which saddened him. Boruto is possibly tampering with the heritage of the greatest shinobi to ever live by murdering his loved ones and forcing him to watch helplessly while weakening him.

1.The Death of Kurama Is A Cliched Plot Device

Masashi Kishimoto’s decision to kill Kurama in order to help Boruto Uzumaki and his comrades improve is a pretty clichéd plot element in the novel. Naruto Uzumaki was weakened because he was diverting focus away from the next generation. However, given what the tale still has to offer and the abilities that Naruto possesses, Kurama should still be alive.

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