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11th Nov '17 12:16:19 AM TitanJump
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Just a small thing that we might see play out in a cover story format, probably with him snacking with the others at least in some dignified manner, in sharp contrast to closing himself off completely like before.

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Just a small thing that we might see play out in a cover story format, probably with him snacking with the others at least in some dignified manner, in sharp contrast to closing himself off completely like before.before.

[[WMG: Sanji's cake will cure Big Mom's "Eating Disorder".]]
It will taste so good that all of her cravings would vanish in the aftermath and perhaps even make her do a HeelFaceTurn as a person, turning her into Linlin once again before Streusen corrupted her. As a result, she would call off the hunt on the Strawhats and everyone get to share the table and the cake in the victory feast afterwards.

Linlin finally might understand what it means to "see each other face to face" after all...
9th Nov '17 7:28:05 AM anyanp
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* Makes even more sense if you consider where else we usually see similar swirly pattern: on 'Devil Fruits'. Remember, Judge and Vegapunk (person who actually found out what Devil Fruits are) researched Lineage Factor together. If you think about it, modified humans and Devil Fruit users aren't that much different: in both cases their powers come from altering their Lineage Factor. And now Oda's joke on SBS that Oda himself "wonder if Sanji himself is a Devil Fruit" sounds too much like foreshadowing.

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* Makes even more sense if you consider where else we usually see similar swirly pattern: on 'Devil Fruits'.''Devil Fruits''. Remember, Judge and Vegapunk (person who actually found out what Devil Fruits are) researched Lineage Factor together. If you think about it, modified humans and Devil Fruit users aren't that much different: in both cases their powers come from altering their Lineage Factor. And now Oda's joke on SBS that Oda himself "wonder if Sanji himself is a Devil Fruit" sounds too much like foreshadowing.
9th Nov '17 7:21:15 AM anyanp
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* Makes even more sense if you consider where else we usually see similar swirly pattern: on 'Devil Fruits'. Remember, Judge and Vegapunk (person who actually found out what Devil Fruits are) researched Lineage Factor together. If you think about it, modified humans and Devil Fruit users aren't that much different: in both cases their powers come from altering their Lineage Factor. And now Oda's joke on SBS that Oda himself "wonder if Sanji himself is a Devil Fruit" sounds too much like foreshadowing.
5th Nov '17 1:59:31 AM TitanJump
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It has always been a mystery about how some top class Logia users like Aokiji and Akainu can survive seemingly fatal (as in visibly deformed, impaled) haki charged attacks in the past, even though they remarked it makes fighting haki users troublesome, then in chapter 884 Luffy figured out that the reason he cannot damage Katakuri even with haki is because his attacks never did connect in the first place,[[spoiler: Katakuri uses his superior Observation Haki to transform partially to move out of the way of incoming attacks]] making his attacks fail for seemingly no reason. If high class shapeshifters (special Paramicia and Logia users) in the highest echelons of power all uses the same technique, it means that [[spoiler: Observation Haki]] is much more important in high level combat than what was previously shown as the victor must match and surpasses [[spoiler: both Armament and Observation haki along with combat ability in order to come out on top]], Luffy has much further to go yet still but this fight is definitely an eye opener (and catalyst) for Luffy (whose power is still stuck on time skip levels seeing that Gear Forth was created to fight beasts on Rusukaina), shown him how to get even stronger than ever before. Gear Fifth is beckoning...

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It has always been a mystery about how some top class Logia users like Aokiji and Akainu can survive seemingly fatal (as in visibly deformed, impaled) haki charged attacks in the past, even though they remarked it makes fighting haki users troublesome, then in chapter 884 Luffy figured out that the reason he cannot damage Katakuri even with haki is because his attacks never did connect in the first place,[[spoiler: Katakuri uses his superior Observation Haki to transform partially to move out of the way of incoming attacks]] making his attacks fail for seemingly no reason. If high class shapeshifters (special Paramicia and Logia users) in the highest echelons of power all uses the same technique, it means that [[spoiler: Observation Haki]] is much more important in high level combat than what was previously shown as the victor must match and surpasses [[spoiler: both Armament and Observation haki along with combat ability in order to come out on top]], Luffy has much further to go yet still but this fight is definitely an eye opener (and catalyst) for Luffy (whose power is still stuck on time skip levels seeing that Gear Forth was created to fight beasts on Rusukaina), shown him how to get even stronger than ever before. Gear Fifth is beckoning...beckoning...

[[WMG: Katakuri will come out from his hedonist closet at the end of the arc.]]
Once he's defeated and everyone sees him on the ground, he no longer will be a SlaveToPR and allow himself to eat together with the others, once all the hype around him weakened somewhat. He might even be happier about it as well.

Just a small thing that we might see play out in a cover story format, probably with him snacking with the others at least in some dignified manner, in sharp contrast to closing himself off completely like before.
4th Nov '17 4:43:28 PM zonezeroh
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* There is nothing mundane about losing huge amount of mass in a near instant (hell it breaks the law of the conservation of mass for one, but lets not bring hard science into this), it is also quite reasonable that Life Return is not a CP exclusive technique (Kumadori mentioned that he got it during his travels, while the man has a tendency to dramatize I still think he will not lie out right, Lucci might have gotten it from Kumadori or even figure it out himself, since its a technique that is similar to a natural function of the living beings in the One Piece world namely Bio Feedback it comes to reason that it too can be obtained naturally) , from Luffy himself we have multiple examples: one is at Whisky Peak right after waking up from the party he immediately got into a fight with Zoro while still looking like a balloon but instantly loses all the mass after knocking out Miss Valentine and than kept on fighting Zoro after; The other and more disturbing example is at Impel Down right after beating the poisons inside his body, Luffy consumed an staggering amount of food in order to recover, turning him initially into a monstrosity with a emaciated upper body and a gigantic balloon belly, then he digested all the food in an instant and change all that into muscle mass in a more detailed and slower depiction changing his shriveled body into a healthy and muscular one in a matter of four panels. While you can argue the first example is play for laughs (which I don't see how fighting your friend is supposed to be funny), the Impel Down example is too gruesome for that in my opinion. I personally don't think Luffy got this technique from CP9, since he has shown to be able to do before even knowing what CP9 is, but that he learned to do that on his own in a almost instinctual level, he knows he can do it, as he sometimes try to do it intentionally, but I don't think he knows how or care, he might even figured it is part of the power of gum gum fruit (which may or may not be true). Life Return would also explain some strange powers employed by Gear Fourth, for example the Culverin's tracking and momentum defying versatility, and the strong yet still elastic Gear Fourth musculature (which gave Mingo quite a surprise, implying that he didn't think it was possible in normal circumstances), giving its user complete control of one's body will make all of the above possible (in the one piece world anyway).

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* There is nothing mundane about losing huge amount of mass in a near instant (hell it breaks the law of the conservation of mass for one, but lets not bring hard science into this), it is also quite reasonable that Life Return is not a CP exclusive technique (Kumadori mentioned that he got it during his travels, while the man has a tendency to dramatize I still think he will not lie out right, Lucci might have gotten it from Kumadori or even figure it out himself, since its a technique that is similar to a natural function of the living beings in the One Piece world namely Bio Feedback it comes to reason that it too can be obtained naturally) , from Luffy himself we have multiple examples: one is at Whisky Peak right after waking up from the party he immediately got into a fight with Zoro while still looking like a balloon but instantly loses all the mass after knocking out Miss Valentine Mr. 5 and than kept on fighting Zoro after; The other and more disturbing example is at Impel Down right after beating the poisons inside his body, Luffy consumed an staggering amount of food in order to recover, turning him initially into a monstrosity with a emaciated upper body and a gigantic balloon belly, then he digested all the food in an instant and change all that into muscle mass in a more detailed and slower depiction changing his shriveled body into a healthy and muscular one in a matter of four panels. While you can argue the first example is play for laughs (which I don't see how fighting your friend is supposed to be funny), the Impel Down example is too gruesome for that in my opinion. I personally don't think Luffy got this technique from CP9, since he has shown to be able to do before even knowing what CP9 is, but that he learned to do that on his own in a almost instinctual level, he knows he can do it, as he sometimes try to do it intentionally, but I don't think he knows how or care, he might even figured it is part of the power of gum gum fruit (which may or may not be true). Life Return would also explain some strange powers employed by Gear Fourth, for example the Culverin's tracking and momentum defying versatility, and the strong yet still elastic Gear Fourth musculature (which gave Mingo quite a surprise, implying that he didn't think it was possible in normal circumstances), giving its user complete control of one's body will make all of the above possible (in the one piece world anyway).
4th Nov '17 11:07:24 AM zonezeroh
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* There is nothing mundane about losing huge amount of mass in a near instant (hell it breaks the law of the conservation of mass for one, but lets not bring hard science into this), it is also quite reasonable that Life Return is not a CP exclusive technique (Kumadori mentioned that he got it during his travels, while the man has a tendency to dramatize I still think he will not lie out right, Lucci might have gotten it from Kumadori or even figure it out himself, since its a technique that is similar to a natural function of the living beings in the One Piece world namely Bio Feedback it comes to reason that it too can be obtained naturally) , from Luffy himself we have multiple examples: one is at Whisky Peak right after waking up from the party he immediately got into a fight with Zoro while still looking like a balloon but instantly loses all the mass after knocking out Miss Valentine and than kept on fighting Zoro after; The other and more disturbing example is at Impel Down right after beating the poisons inside his body, Luffy consumed an staggering amount of food in order to recover, turning him initially into a monstrosity with a emaciated upper body and a gigantic balloon belly, then he digested all the food in an instant and change all that into muscle mass in a more detailed and slower depiction changing his shriveled body into a healthy and muscular one in a matter of four panels. While you can argue the first example is play for laughs (which I don't see how fighting your friend is supposed to be funny), the Impel Down example is too gruesome for that in my opinion. I personally don't think Luffy got this technique from CP9, since he has shown to be able to do before even knowing what CP9 is, but that he learned to do that on his own in a almost instinctual level, he knows he can do it, as he sometimes try to do it intentionally, but I don't think he knows how or care, he might even figured it is part of the power of gum gum fruit (which may or may not be true).

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* There is nothing mundane about losing huge amount of mass in a near instant (hell it breaks the law of the conservation of mass for one, but lets not bring hard science into this), it is also quite reasonable that Life Return is not a CP exclusive technique (Kumadori mentioned that he got it during his travels, while the man has a tendency to dramatize I still think he will not lie out right, Lucci might have gotten it from Kumadori or even figure it out himself, since its a technique that is similar to a natural function of the living beings in the One Piece world namely Bio Feedback it comes to reason that it too can be obtained naturally) , from Luffy himself we have multiple examples: one is at Whisky Peak right after waking up from the party he immediately got into a fight with Zoro while still looking like a balloon but instantly loses all the mass after knocking out Miss Valentine and than kept on fighting Zoro after; The other and more disturbing example is at Impel Down right after beating the poisons inside his body, Luffy consumed an staggering amount of food in order to recover, turning him initially into a monstrosity with a emaciated upper body and a gigantic balloon belly, then he digested all the food in an instant and change all that into muscle mass in a more detailed and slower depiction changing his shriveled body into a healthy and muscular one in a matter of four panels. While you can argue the first example is play for laughs (which I don't see how fighting your friend is supposed to be funny), the Impel Down example is too gruesome for that in my opinion. I personally don't think Luffy got this technique from CP9, since he has shown to be able to do before even knowing what CP9 is, but that he learned to do that on his own in a almost instinctual level, he knows he can do it, as he sometimes try to do it intentionally, but I don't think he knows how or care, he might even figured it is part of the power of gum gum fruit (which may or may not be true).
true). Life Return would also explain some strange powers employed by Gear Fourth, for example the Culverin's tracking and momentum defying versatility, and the strong yet still elastic Gear Fourth musculature (which gave Mingo quite a surprise, implying that he didn't think it was possible in normal circumstances), giving its user complete control of one's body will make all of the above possible (in the one piece world anyway).
4th Nov '17 10:57:53 AM zonezeroh
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* There is nothing mundane about losing huge amount of mass in a near instant (hell it breaks the law of the conservation of mass for one, but lets not bring hard science into this), it is also quite reasonable that Life Return is not a CP exclusive technique (Kumadori mentioned that he got it during his travels, while the man has a tendency to dramatize I still think he will not lie out right, Lucci might have gotten it from Kumadori or even figure it out himself, since its a technique that is similar to a natural function of the living beings in the One Piece world namely Bio Feedback it comes to reason that it too can be obtained naturally) , from Luffy himself we have multiple examples: one is at Whisky Peak right after waking up from the party he immediately got into a fight with Zoro while still looking like a balloon but instantly loses all the mass after knocking out Miss Valentine and than kept on fighting Zoro after; The other and more disturbing example is at Impel Down right after beating the poisons inside his body, Luffy consumed an staggering amount of food in order to recover, turning him initially into a monstrosity with a emaciated upper body and a gigantic balloon belly, then he digested all the food in an instant and change all that into muscle mass in a more detailed and slower depiction changing his shriveled body into a healthy and muscular one in a matter of four panels. While you can argue the first example is play for laughs (which I don't see how fighting your friend is supposed to be funny), the Impel Down example is too gruesome for that in my opinion. I personally don't think Luffy got this technique from CP9, since he has shown to be able to do before even knowing what CP9 is, but that he learned to do that on his own in a almost instinctual level, he knows he can do it, as he sometimes try to do it intentionally, but I don't think he knows why or care, he might even figured it is part of the power of gum gum fruit (which may or may not be true).

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* There is nothing mundane about losing huge amount of mass in a near instant (hell it breaks the law of the conservation of mass for one, but lets not bring hard science into this), it is also quite reasonable that Life Return is not a CP exclusive technique (Kumadori mentioned that he got it during his travels, while the man has a tendency to dramatize I still think he will not lie out right, Lucci might have gotten it from Kumadori or even figure it out himself, since its a technique that is similar to a natural function of the living beings in the One Piece world namely Bio Feedback it comes to reason that it too can be obtained naturally) , from Luffy himself we have multiple examples: one is at Whisky Peak right after waking up from the party he immediately got into a fight with Zoro while still looking like a balloon but instantly loses all the mass after knocking out Miss Valentine and than kept on fighting Zoro after; The other and more disturbing example is at Impel Down right after beating the poisons inside his body, Luffy consumed an staggering amount of food in order to recover, turning him initially into a monstrosity with a emaciated upper body and a gigantic balloon belly, then he digested all the food in an instant and change all that into muscle mass in a more detailed and slower depiction changing his shriveled body into a healthy and muscular one in a matter of four panels. While you can argue the first example is play for laughs (which I don't see how fighting your friend is supposed to be funny), the Impel Down example is too gruesome for that in my opinion. I personally don't think Luffy got this technique from CP9, since he has shown to be able to do before even knowing what CP9 is, but that he learned to do that on his own in a almost instinctual level, he knows he can do it, as he sometimes try to do it intentionally, but I don't think he knows why how or care, he might even figured it is part of the power of gum gum fruit (which may or may not be true).
4th Nov '17 10:56:30 AM zonezeroh
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* There is nothing mundane about losing huge amount of mass in a near instant (hell it breaks the law of the conservation of mass for one, but lets not bring hard science into this), it is also quite reasonable that Life Return is not a CP exclusive technique (Kumadori mentioned that he got it during his travels, while the man has a tendency to dramatize I still think he will not lie out right, Lucci might have gotten it from Kumadori or even figure it out himself, since its a technique that is similar to a natural function of the living beings in the One Piece world namely Bio Feedback it comes to reason that it too can be obtained naturally) , from Luffy himself we have multiple examples: one is at Whisky Peak right after waking up from the party he immediately got into a fight with Zoro while still looking like a balloon but instantly loses all the mass after knocking out Miss Valentine and than kept on fighting Zoro after; The other and more disturbing example is at Impel Down right after beating the poisons inside his body, Luffy consumed an staggering amount of food in order to recover, turning him initially into a monstrosity with a emaciated upper body and a gigantic balloon belly, then he digested all the food in an instant and change all that into muscle mass in a more detailed and slower depiction changing his shriveled body into a healthy and muscular one in a matter of four panels. While you can argue the first example is play for laughs (which I don't see how fighting your friend is supposed to be funny), the Impel Down example is too gruesome for that in my opinion. I personally don't think Luffy got this technique from CP9, since he has shown to be able to do before even knowing what CP9 is, but that he learned to do that on his own in a almost instinctual level, he knows he can do it, as he sometimes try to do it intentionally, but I don't think he knows why or care, he might even figured it is part of the power of gum gum fruit (which may or may not be true).
3rd Nov '17 9:28:44 PM zonezeroh
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[[WMG: Katakuriís ability to [[spoiler:avoid armament haki charged attacks]] is the secret of all high level Logia user's seeming invincibility even against haki users.]]

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[[WMG: Katakuriís ability to [[spoiler:avoid armament haki charged attacks]] is the secret of all high level Logia user's seeming invincibility invulnerability even against haki users.]]
2nd Nov '17 9:47:40 PM zonezeroh
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It has always been a mystery about how some top class Logia users like Aokiji and Akainu can survive seemingly fatal (as in visibly deformed, impaled) haki charged attacks in the past, even though they remarked it makes fighting haki users troublesome, then in chapter 884 Luffy figured out that the reason he cannot damage Katakuri even with haki is because his attacks never did connect in the first place,[[spoiler: Katakuri uses his superior Observation Haki to transform partially to move out of the way of incoming attacks]] making his attacks fail for seemingly no reason. If high class shapeshifters (special Paramicia and Logia users) in the highest echelons of power all uses the same technique, it means that [[spoiler: Observation Haki]] is much more important in high level combat than what was previously shown as the victor must match and surpasses [[spoiler: both Armament and Observation haki along with combat ability in order to come out on top]], Luffy has much further to go yet still but this fight is definitely an eye opener (and catalyst) for both Luffy (whose power is still stuck on time skip levels seeing that Gear Forth was created to fight beasts on Rusukaina) how to get even stronger than ever before. Gear Fifth is beckoning...

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It has always been a mystery about how some top class Logia users like Aokiji and Akainu can survive seemingly fatal (as in visibly deformed, impaled) haki charged attacks in the past, even though they remarked it makes fighting haki users troublesome, then in chapter 884 Luffy figured out that the reason he cannot damage Katakuri even with haki is because his attacks never did connect in the first place,[[spoiler: Katakuri uses his superior Observation Haki to transform partially to move out of the way of incoming attacks]] making his attacks fail for seemingly no reason. If high class shapeshifters (special Paramicia and Logia users) in the highest echelons of power all uses the same technique, it means that [[spoiler: Observation Haki]] is much more important in high level combat than what was previously shown as the victor must match and surpasses [[spoiler: both Armament and Observation haki along with combat ability in order to come out on top]], Luffy has much further to go yet still but this fight is definitely an eye opener (and catalyst) for both Luffy (whose power is still stuck on time skip levels seeing that Gear Forth was created to fight beasts on Rusukaina) Rusukaina), shown him how to get even stronger than ever before. Gear Fifth is beckoning...
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