The fight between Kashin Koji and Jigen is going on at full swing and it seems like Koji has finally cornered him with the eternal flames from flaming mountains and only the Boruto Episode 214 will show what happens next.
While Amado is explaining the secrets behind Ohtsutsuki to Naruto, Shikamaru, and Sasuke, Kashin Koji is fighting Jigen trying to take him down.
Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 214 will reveal more facts about Karma and the answer to one question everyone wants to know, how to kill an Ohtsutsuki?
Amado and Kashin Koji have been preparing for this day for a long time and now that Jigen is finally weak after his fight against Naruto and Sasuke, they plan to take him down.
Kashin Koji reminds Naruto of someone, but who can it be? Boruto anime fans are going to be shocked to know the answer when the next episode airs online.
Let’s talk about manga for a bit, Boruto Chapter 62 will also be published this week and is a must-read for everyone.
Boruto Episode 214 Release Date
In the last episode, Kashin Koji cornered Jigen and surrounded him with fire from the flaming mountains. Since the fire is not chakra-based, Jigen cannot absorb it.
Will this be the end of Jigen? We have shared spoilers down below if you want to know.
Boruto Episode 214 will air this Sunday on 5th September 2021 and is titled “Predestined Fate”.
The English sub episode will air this week but you will have to wait a few weeks to watch the English dub episode.
Every week, we have many fans enquire about the release time of Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 214 in India, America, Australia, and many other countries.
So here’s the English subbed air time for the upcoming episode around the world.
- British Time: 10:00 AM
- India Time: 3:00 PM
- Pacific Time: 2:00 AM
- Central Time: 4:00 AM
English sub episode 214 will be officially available to watch on the Crunchyroll official website. You can find the sub and dub version of all the past Boruto episodes there.
Tokyo Revengers Episode 22 will also air this week and is a series you all should check out.
Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 214 English Sub Preview
While we wait for the episode to air this week, let’s take a look at some spoilers.
If you are someone who doesn’t wish to read any spoilers before the official episode airs, feel free to close this page or read our article on Black Clover Episode 171.
At the end of Episode 213, we got the preview of Boruto Ep 214 and the title of the episode is “Predestined Fate”.
Episode 214 will cover Chapter 47 from the manga which has the same chapter title.
Here’s the English sub preview for everyone who wants to watch.
From the preview we see that Kashin Koji is fighting Jigen and their fight is reaching the climax. Amado will share a way to kill an Ohtsutsuki, but is it that easy?
Ohtsutsuki can implant karma into multiple vessels at a time but can resurrect in only one body. When the resurrection happens, karma on all other bodies disappear.
Therefore, if Jigen wants to win again Kashin Koji, he must resurrect himself completely in Jigen’s body. Thus he will become an immortal Ohtsutsuki who can be killed.
But will Kashin Koji be able to finish the task? Or does a predestined fate wait for him at the end of Boruto anime Episode 214?
Kashin Koji’s Real Identity
Something about Kashin Koji makes Naruto nostalgic. What is his real identity?
Kashin Koji uses toad Jutsu and has a connection to flaming mountains as well. Does he feel similar to someone from the Naruto Shippuden anime?
As revealed in Boruto Chapter 47, Kashin Koji is a clone of Jiraya. He was one of the three Sanin’s of the Konoha village.
Naruto was very close to Jiraya and that is why as he sees Kashin Koji fighting, he feels nostalgic.
But will Naruto be able to Kashin Koji in the present timeline? Most probably not, because Jigen will finally end him for good in the upcoming Boruto Episode 214.
Let us know what you think about the upcoming Boruto anime episode in the comments down below and while you wait, check our article on Dragon Ball Super Season 2.
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