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Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Episode 168

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Lockeadon Subs are messed up this episode on both versions
4 days ago
Orge the subs sucks
15 days ago
astevens so it has been 16 days and no reupload with better subs?????
a month ago
IntenseIntrovert Quick EDIT: I loved how Kakashi described BORUTO as 'having Minato's genius and Naruto's unpredictability' ---- sorry for writing yet another comment, but I've just noticed an important mistake in my previous one, and there are no options to edit our comments on this site (or at least I don't see them anywhere, unfortunately).
a month ago
IntenseIntrovert First of all - I confirm what other commenters have already said below: the timing of the subtitles in this episode is really wrong. I would say that compared to what the characters are actually saying on the screen, the subtitles show us what they have said some 2 sentences earlier, approximately, which creates a great deal of confusion. I have already watched this episode on another site (btw, thank you so much for the link, @kpdnz), but for the sake of all the newcomers - is there some active admin of this site, or some helpful staff member who could possibly fix that issue? Thank you so much in advance :) ----- Now about the episode itself: unlike some other commenters here, I actually enjoyed it. I've became so accustomed to be constantly disappointed with Boruto series that I was a bit affraid that they will ruin this (very much needed, as I said in my previous comment) training episode too, but I was rather positively surprised. Just like I thought, they divided the episode in few parts, showing us the simultaneous training sessions - one with Boruto and Kakashi and the other with Sarada and Sasuke, separately. I saw that some people complain in their comments (on another site) that it's unfair how much Boruto was able to learn 'in one evening', but if you pay a close attention to the details in this episode, you will notice that Himawari discusses Boruto's training with their mother and they both decide to bring him lunch on the training grounds 'next time', which proves that it wasn't just one evening for sure, although the number of training sessions isn't specified. Besides - the new kind of rasengan Boruto learns here is still a 'work in progress', it's merely a first stage of improvement, so it's neither too little progress nor too much of it at once - and that's pretty satisfying, in my opinion. I was affraid they would go to some extremes - either making Boruto super-genius who gains a new finished super-jutsu all at once, or that they would prolong the whole thing for some dozen episodes without any noticable progress at all, which would make it boring again, of course. So, that moderate progress, neither too big nor to small, is pretty well balanced, I would say. It finally shows Boruto's motivation, effort, commitment, willingness to get all sweaty, dirty and completely exhausted to achieve his new goals, as it should be in the Ninja world... but it still leaves much room for improvement, so I'm looking forward for some more training in the future episodes. I was a bit less satisfied with Sarada's training, to be honest - I enjoyed her interaction with Sasuke and his fatherly explanations, but I found it pretty unbelievable (even in the Ninja world full of super powers and magic jutsus) that anyobody could ever find a way to dodge hundreds of bullets/balls, irregularly falling all around them from the sky, and still find an empty space between them, at any given point of time, to escape all the damage. Well, maybe I'm overthinking it too much, but I think even Uchihas with their sharingan, super-sonic speed and all batttle prowess can't dodge so many tiny obstacles at once, unless they 1) freeze the time 2) can teleport 3) can stretch and shrink every part of their bodies during fight - because those hundreds or thousands of falling bullets certainly don't magically create any empty space big enough for a human body to fit between all of them, while moving, no matter how fast the fighter runs, and even if they posess a tiny body of a child. Anyway, apart from that I mostly enjoyed the interactions in this episode: both between Sarada and Sasuke and between Boruto and Kakashi. In the first case I found it interesting, in a nostalgic, happy-sad sort of way, to listen how she was innocently asking about the possible improvements in her Sharingan, and how gently her father avoided giving her any in-depth answers, for reasons which are all-to-obvious for any long-time viewer immersed in Narutoverse... And in the second case - I actually found it enjoyable to listen to Kakashi's explanations about the different possible chages in both the nature and in the form of chakra, which can then be applied to enhance te power of different jutsus, such as the iconic rasengan - which in itself is simply just a rotating ball of pure chakra, unless you add some other element into it. It's interesting to think about all the future possibilities it creates... Anyway, what I liked the most about this episode was the eding scene of Boruto's training, when he almost fainted/fell asleep from exhaustion (and that's what I call a proper training session, Rock Lee and Gay sensei level of commitment, hah!) and Kakashi gently caught him before he fell, giving him a piggyback ride home - just like he used to do with Naruto in simillar situations. That scene alone brought back lots of fond memories to my heart, not only of Kakashi as Naruto's teacher long time ago, but also the unforgetable scene with Jirayia supporting sleeping Naruto, while they were sitting back to back; or Itachi giving little Sasuke a piggyback ride home, etc... - all those iconic scenes from the original two series which were full of subtle, silent friendliness, familiarity and trust. And I loved how Kakashi described Naruto as 'having Minato's genius and Naruto's unpredictability'. In summary - I missed those kind of episodes in Boruto too: some well done scenes without any super heroes, super villains and super fights, but with peaceful moments of important interactions, full of meaningful dialogues, which give the characters a chance for both some physical but also intellectual and emotional growth - not only in their strength or speed, or in their level of knowledge, but also in the depth of their bonds with others, in their power of will, and in their motivation to reach some new, worthy goals in the future.
a month ago
Geoff876 The subtitles are drunk
a month ago
Felixcool77 Subtitle is trash as fuck reupload it with the subtitle being ok!!! Completely ruins the Episode
2 months ago
Maroulis Fix the subtitles, the timing is awful! For an interesting episode it messes it all up!
2 months ago
jfrylntj The timing of subtitles is not good
2 months ago
iProYT not a great episode
2 months ago
sevaro or use this //vidstreaming.io/streaming.php?id=MTQ2MTE3&title=Boruto%3A+Naruto+Next+Generations+episode+168&typesub=SUB
2 months ago
karrar_164 kpdnz thank you
2 months ago
Iillusi0 i feel like naruto uchiha
2 months ago
Ahriman9210 Drunk subs :] Great...
2 months ago
kpdnz https://www25.gogoanimes.tv/boruto-naruto-next-generations-episode-168 watch from this link
2 months ago
Dzigiboys1 Why is the translation so late, which is so late at all, you could have thrown it out a little later just to be a good translation, but again not a great episode :)
2 months ago
pere Fucking idiot if u don't like the show don't watch, attention seekers
2 months ago
newuser998 Sups are drunk ^^
2 months ago
2 months ago
obirdost Whoever made the timing of those subtitles is drunk. Just wasted 126mb of my data.
2 months ago
PrfctodGreat Whoever made the timing of those subtitles is drunk. Just wasted 126mb of my data.
2 months ago
TOKCIK 1st
2 months ago
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Boruto: Naruto Next Generations

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Type : TV Series
Genre: Action Shounen Adventure Martial Arts Super Power
Date aired : Apr 05, 2017
Status : Ongoing
Prequel: Naruto Shippuuden
Naruto was a young shinobi with an incorrigible knack for mischief. He achieved his dream to become the greatest ninja in the village and his face sits atop the Hokage monument. But this is not his story... A new generation of ninja are ready to take the stage, led by Naruto's own son, Boruto!
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