Boruto: 10 most immature characters, ranked
Boruto: The Next Generations Of Naruto takes place 16 years after the conclusion of the Fourth Great Ninja War which took place near the end of Naruto Shippuden. After the conclusion of the Fourth Great Ninja War, Naruto Uzumaki became the seventh Hokage of the village and a new generation of shinobi was born, led by Boruto Uzumaki.
Being quite young at the moment, Boruto Uzumaki and his generation of ninjas have a lot to learn about both the ninja life and the will to fire. While nearly all of the characters are to some degree immature, some are way above the rest when it comes to immaturity.
ten Kawaki has a lot to learn to grow in a healthy environment
Raised by none other than Jigen, Kawaki had a pretty rough childhood which in some ways forced him to grow up earlier than most kids. However, Kawaki is still a kid at heart who learns more to grow from Naruto every day.
While in some ways he’s much more mature than Boruto Uzumaki, in other ways he learns by watching Boruto every day. Kawaki’s behavior may not be childish, but it is certainly very reckless at times.
9 Mitsuki is very straight forward about everything
Child of Orochimaru, Mitsuki is a fairly intelligent ninja, considered by many to be one of the smartest of his generation. Although he is a genius, he is still a kid at heart and at times quite immature, especially when it comes to understanding others and showing emotions.
Mitsuki wears his emotions on his sleeve and takes everything at face value, which sometimes puts him in funny situations. It goes without saying that he needs to grow taller slowly.
8 Sarada Uchiha is at times way too competitive
Sarada Uchiha is one of Konoha’s brightest students in the Boruto era, and she possesses a talent comparable to that of Boruto himself. She also aims to become the Hokage of the Village, however, Sarada is far from fully understanding what it means to be the Hokage.
Sometimes she’s way too competitive and tries to outdo herself, which turns out to be counterproductive. She still has a lot to learn to progress healthily.
7 Sumire Kakei was way too shy at first
Sumire Kakei was the class representative when Boruto Uzumaki was at the Academy. Towards the beginning of the story, Sumire was quite shy and had a hard time expressing her emotions, like Hinata at the time.
She has had enough trouble getting used to her surroundings, but things have gradually changed for her. Sumire continues to grow every day and is now more of a trustworthy person. Nonetheless, she still has a ways to go, just like most characters from the Boruto Generation.
6 Boruto Uzumaki can be the most boring kid at times
The protagonist of the series, Boruto Uzumaki has proven to be quite an immature person, as you would expect from a boy his age. Boruto sometimes enjoys playing silly pranks and has a hard time understanding emotions. Often times he lashes out without really understanding the reason behind other people’s actions.
However, at the same time, Boruto is a fast learner and he has made immense progress over the years, and he continues to do so every day.
5 Metal is quite immature, just like its father and Guy Sensei
Metal Lee is Rock Lee’s son, and just like him at the time, he’s pretty immature. Metal does not have the emotional maturity that one expects from a genin. At the same time, he is much more emotionally vulnerable than his father was. Metal is also unable to perform on the big stage and he has a lot to learn about his ninja way.
Nonetheless, he is a fairly talented ninja and will grow into a splendid shinobi over time.
4 Chocho is quite the dreamer and is very dramatic
Chocho is one of the most immature characters in the Boruto series yet the closest to acting of its age. Despite being a ninja, Chocho leaves nothing in her personal life and enjoys having fun when she can.
She is quite a dreamer and is known to fall in love with people quite easily, even going so far as to imagine her life with them. Additionally, Chocho is extremely dramatic and has proven at times that she needs someone to control her, like Sarada Uchiwa.
3 Inojin Yamanaka is quite childish by nature.
Inojin Yamanaka is the son of Sai and Ino Yamanaka and he inherited the best from both parents. Although he is good as a ninja, he is very childish when not doing his duty. Inojin loves to play pranks and at the same time make fun of others to the detriment of their feelings.
Sometimes he is very direct, just like his father. Much like Sumire, however, Inojin has grown significantly since the start of the series and continues to do so every day.
2 Denki Kaminarimon is a smart book but knows little about everything else
Denki is probably one of the smartest ninjas in the world. Boruto series, however, only when it comes to technology. Other than that, Denki knows little about ninja and nobody’s life. Despite being a ninja, Denki has very little confidence in his abilities and lacks determination.
He panics quite easily and usually only functions properly when Iwabee Yuino is next to him.
1 Himawari Uzumaki is the youngest of all the characters
Boruto’s younger sister, Himawari is quite easily the most immature character in history, as you’d expect from someone his age. Himawari understands people’s feelings little and doesn’t really take on the responsibilities of a ninja’s life.
At her age, she mostly cares about playing and having fun, but that’s exactly what she should be doing. Himawari may be immature, but her cheerful and kind nature brings the world of Boruto.
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