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Wood release is the kekkai genkai of the Senju clan (originally the God trees sacred ability and also the Otsutsuki clans Kekkai Genkai), however, Moegi is able to do it by combining Water and earth style. How is this possible? Does this mean being able to combine 2 elements can allow anyone to use an advanced element? (e.g Boruto combinning wind and lightning to form a new release). We know Orochimaru used to perform experiments on merging Hashirama's cells with small children but Sarutobi Hiruzren (the Third Hokage) put an end to it.

Moegi did not have the wood style ability while she was younger plus the experiments that Orochimaru did with Hashirama's DNA were destroyed earlier in the series. So how did Moegi suddenly become able to use it at adulthood?

  • I always thought that Boruto world can't be held true to the Naruto world's rules. That is why I never started watching it. – Bej Feb 26 at 13:13
  • Nah its the other way round actually @Bej . Boruto is a continuation of Naruto, the exact same logic and universe. Just with a new Generation and some technology. – Rumpelstiltskin Mar 13 at 8:20
  • I started watching at first but it felt like they did a permutation combination and combined multiple abilities into a single character. I just made peace with the fact that I will not be able to watch Boruto without comparing it to Naruto and so I stopped watching. – Bej Mar 13 at 8:59
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    If they followed naruto logic, then how did this moegi guy question come to be? – Bej Mar 13 at 8:59
  • lol thats what i'm trying to find out @Bej . Think about it this way tho, the newer generations are usually "stronger" than the previous ones. Plus like most of the kids inherited abilities from both parents so it kinda makes sense why most of the newer characters have multiple abilities. – Rumpelstiltskin Mar 13 at 17:14

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