History Headscratchers / OnePiece

9th Jun '16 7:53:30 PM Harem-author
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*** Luffy, doesn't generally hold a grudge against someone that antagonized him, and him alone. He thinks that beating up Bellamy, taking the treasure back to Cricket, and Bellamy acknowledging that Cricket was right (perhaps even being forgiven by Cricket because who else could teach Bellamy how to get to Skypiea), is enough. Further, he was willing to outright ''abandon'' Hachi in a cage because of Hachi's actions under Arlong, until Nami forgave him, because Nami was the one most antagonized by Hachi's actions. The reason he absolutely won't forgive Crocodile? Crocodile ruthlessly brutalized Vivi, and there's no way in hell Vivi can or will forgive him, not to mention that Crocodile himself is completely unrepentant and acts like he thinks he did nothing wrong, he's merely "no longer interested."
30th May '16 6:59:02 PM Harem-author
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*** Well, If he said it, then it must be true.

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*** Well, If he said it, then it must be true.true.
*** The anime takes it UpToEleven. At the end of the Punk Hazard arc, all the boy children were awe-struck by Franky's robot stuff while all the girls couldn't care less, at best.
30th May '16 6:44:30 PM Harem-author
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** When Luffy, Sanji, and Ussop arrive, there were houses literally turned upside down, and entire neighborhoods had large ''trenches'' dug through the middle of the street where homes used to be. This implies that Arlong and co. ''did in fact kill people on a regular basis.''



** Ace was searching for Blackbeard. Let's say he was last spotted in the New World, Ace is searching around. Whitebeard hears that Ace is near the island, goes to visit. Ace shares the bounty, gets world Teach attacked Drum Island, heads off there.

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** Ace was searching for Blackbeard. Let's say he was last spotted in the New World, Ace is searching around. Whitebeard hears that Ace is near the island, goes to visit. Ace shares the bounty, gets world word Teach attacked Drum Island, heads off there.
3rd May '16 9:08:11 AM Omar_PhD
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*** Actually, in an SBS someone asked something like would Robin and Nami ever be impressed by any of Franky's robo-stuff, and Oda answered that women are just not interested in robots, and don't understand what makes them appealing to men. He compared it to how no man could understand what women find so great about cute things and said it was major difference between the sexes. So, yeah, he can be kind of sexist.

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*** Actually, in an SBS someone asked something like would Robin and Nami ever be impressed by any of Franky's robo-stuff, and Oda answered that women are just not interested in robots, and don't understand what makes them appealing to men. He compared it to how no man could understand what women find so great about cute things and said it was major difference between the sexes. So, yeah, he can be kind of sexist.sexist.
****Well, If he said it, then it must be true.
3rd May '16 6:34:38 AM kaborin
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*** Actually, in an SBS someone asked something like would Robin and Nami ever be impressed by any of Franky's robo-stuff, and Oda answered that women are just not interested in robots, and don't understand what makes them appealing to men. He compared it to how no man could understand what women find so great about cute things and said it was major difference between the sexes. So, yeah, it's kind of sexist.

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*** Actually, in an SBS someone asked something like would Robin and Nami ever be impressed by any of Franky's robo-stuff, and Oda answered that women are just not interested in robots, and don't understand what makes them appealing to men. He compared it to how no man could understand what women find so great about cute things and said it was major difference between the sexes. So, yeah, it's he can be kind of sexist.
3rd May '16 6:32:52 AM kaborin
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** He never said WOMEN wouldn't be interested. He said Robin wasn't interested. Just because somebody says something about a particular person doesn't mean he holds that opinion over the entire gender. Learn to differentiate between sexism and personality traits. Not everything is a conspiracy.

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** He never said WOMEN wouldn't be interested. He said Robin wasn't interested. Just because somebody says something about a particular person doesn't mean he holds that opinion over the entire gender. Learn to differentiate between sexism and personality traits. Not everything is a conspiracy.conspiracy.
*** Actually, in an SBS someone asked something like would Robin and Nami ever be impressed by any of Franky's robo-stuff, and Oda answered that women are just not interested in robots, and don't understand what makes them appealing to men. He compared it to how no man could understand what women find so great about cute things and said it was major difference between the sexes. So, yeah, it's kind of sexist.
24th Apr '16 7:44:45 PM Omar_PhD
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* Wait, what do you mean that women wouldn't ever be interested with robot and docking? I am a woman, and even I found Franky's transformation cool! Oda, you're sexist!

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* Wait, what do you mean that women wouldn't ever be interested with robot and docking? I am a woman, and even I found Franky's transformation cool! Oda, you're sexist!sexist!
**He never said WOMEN wouldn't be interested. He said Robin wasn't interested. Just because somebody says something about a particular person doesn't mean he holds that opinion over the entire gender. Learn to differentiate between sexism and personality traits. Not everything is a conspiracy.
20th Apr '16 9:07:57 PM readrunners
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** My guess, it would give Moriah time to escape or make a new plan. There's also certainly nothing stopping Moriah from just smashing all their cover to prevent them from having shade in the first place. Plus, they were just plain sick and tired of running away, and were willing to put their lives on the line for their freedom.

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** My guess, it would give Moriah time to escape or make a new plan. There's also certainly nothing stopping Moriah from just smashing all their cover to prevent them from having shade in the first place. Plus, they were just plain sick and tired of running away, and were willing to put their lives on the line for their freedom.freedom.
* Wait, what do you mean that women wouldn't ever be interested with robot and docking? I am a woman, and even I found Franky's transformation cool! Oda, you're sexist!
14th Apr '16 9:07:34 PM Shadowwing09
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* Maybe there's some easy explanation I don't know about, but why was the sun rising in Thriller Bark such a ticking clock? Brooke already established that being in the shade protects you from death if you don't have a shadow, so why doesn't everyone start making plans to do that? It might have made sense at one point, as Luffy, Zoro, and Sanji were probably the only ones who could beat Oars and Moriah, but even they should have been able to at least stay alive until another time. I mean, at the VERY least, they could have attacked again at night. What's the deal?

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** Did anyone explicitly refer to him as the weakest Warlord? If you mean his status being revoked, he lost to a Rookie Pirate, AND pretty much got trashed at Marineford, so he wasn't looking good in the eyes of the World Government. Also, the details you described are things the Government is not privy to, he lost, and that's all they need to know. No one ever said the World Government was reasonable or fair.
* Maybe there's some easy explanation I don't know about, but why was the sun rising in Thriller Bark such a ticking clock? Brooke already established that being in the shade protects you from death if you don't have a shadow, so why doesn't everyone start making plans to do that? It might have made sense at one point, as Luffy, Zoro, and Sanji were probably the only ones who could beat Oars and Moriah, but even they should have been able to at least stay alive until another time. I mean, at the VERY least, they could have attacked again at night. What's the deal?deal?
** My guess, it would give Moriah time to escape or make a new plan. There's also certainly nothing stopping Moriah from just smashing all their cover to prevent them from having shade in the first place. Plus, they were just plain sick and tired of running away, and were willing to put their lives on the line for their freedom.
12th Apr '16 7:47:49 PM Flamegeyser
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* Why is Moriah considered the weakest Warlord? Didn't he tank what was at the time Luffy's strongest attack (Jet Shell, a combination of both Gear Second and Third) right into his chest, and even after that it took numerous Jet Bazookas to finally take him out? And wouldn't had Luffy's been defeated if Moriah had been thinking rationally and instead of using a powerful blunt strike (strong enough to put a crack in his colossal ship, but irrelevant to a rubber-man) if he had instead used his giant sword scissors on a trapped Luffy? I know that last question is a hypothetical, but I am conflicted about what light I should view Moriah in, as I prefer to view all One Piece characters in a fair manner, and would prefer some insight on the matter.

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* Why is Moriah considered the weakest Warlord? Didn't he tank what was at the time Luffy's strongest attack (Jet Shell, a combination of both Gear Second and Third) right into his chest, and even after that it took numerous Jet Bazookas to finally take him out? And wouldn't had Luffy's been defeated if Moriah had been thinking rationally and instead of using a powerful blunt strike (strong enough to put a crack in his colossal ship, but irrelevant to a rubber-man) if he had instead used his giant sword scissors on a trapped Luffy? I know that last question is a hypothetical, but I am conflicted about what light I should view Moriah in, as I prefer to view all One Piece characters in a fair manner, and would prefer some insight on the matter.matter.
* Maybe there's some easy explanation I don't know about, but why was the sun rising in Thriller Bark such a ticking clock? Brooke already established that being in the shade protects you from death if you don't have a shadow, so why doesn't everyone start making plans to do that? It might have made sense at one point, as Luffy, Zoro, and Sanji were probably the only ones who could beat Oars and Moriah, but even they should have been able to at least stay alive until another time. I mean, at the VERY least, they could have attacked again at night. What's the deal?
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