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  • Now I know its not a huge deal, and not every year there needs to be people from every clan in the academy. But it still bothers me a little bit that no hyuga, inuzuka or aburame clan kid has been among the new graduates, such a huge and only academy of the village and no graduate from the top noble clan seems to be really odd. Then again I am not saying its a unimaginable scenario, but yet having no bug user, dog tamer or byakugan wielder in the new gen just bothers me. And I am not saying they have to be Kiba or Shino's kid, they could have been Hana's kid or any other aburame kid, maybe they could have made a kid and named him torune who is mentored personally by shino, or a hyuga of the other hyuga guys we saw in the pain and fourth ninja war arc. Boruto is not exactly representing Hyuga lineage in anyway. Just a thought. What do you guys think?

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    • The noble clans are the Aburame, Akimichi, Hyūga, and formerly Uchiha. And we've had three of those clans represented in the graduates. But again, it's not unimaginable to have some clans not represented in a graduating class. Not everyone is going to have kids of the same age, and not everyone is going to graduate in the same year.

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    • On the one hand, as has been said, not every clan is going to have children in the same age brackets.

      On the other hand, we know that many clans in Konoha have far more members than we typically see, with many clans displaying members in the midst of the Fourth Shinobi World War that were previously unknown and given that these are in fact ninja clans, even with the shift in economic balance of the world, it seems unlikely that these people, if only as a token to tradition, wouldn't go through shinobi training.

      To put it bluntly, there's so many Aburame, Sarutobi, Hyuga and all around that there should be at least one of these clans in every class.

      Now while Boruto is of the Hyuga line and fills that gap despite being very atypical of one, it seems strange that the only thriving clans of the village representant in their class are him and the Ino-Shika-Cho directly related to the previous generation mains. Even if they weren't stand out characters like Sumire or anything, you'd expect at least one of the other big name clans to be there.

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    • Naruto's academy generation only had one member of the noble clans: Sasuke, Hinata, Shino, Choji. Boruto's generation also had one from each clan (if we count Boruto as being a Hyuga) except for the Aburame clan. So it's not a big deal.

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    • And then you had Kakashi's graduating class, who had no known Aburame, Hyūga, or Akimichi. But did have 1 Uchiha(Obito). And had no other notable clan representatives, except for Asuma of the Sarutobi Clan.

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    • kinda makes sense, but I do hope they put some good emphasis on Himawari and Mirai's generation and actually put an Aburame, Inuzuka and a legit Hyuga in that. Hopefully they would send Himawari to the academy unlike Hanabi.

      I have always been a Hyuga and Aburame fan, and I feel like they always imply these two clan to be really strong and then make a joke out of them.

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