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** Revealing your identity on a wanted poster gives the Vinsmokes easy leverage to hunt down your true identity. Sanji found that out the hard way when his wanted poster and bounty was updated after his battle with Duval back in Sabaody Archipelago, allowing Judge to bring him back for the alliance with Big Mom.

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** Revealing If your identity headshot is on a wanted poster gives poster, it will give the Vinsmokes easy leverage to hunt down your true identity. Sanji found that out the hard way when his wanted poster and bounty was updated after his battle with Duval back in Sabaody Archipelago, allowing Judge to bring him back for the alliance with Big Mom.


** Revealing your identity on a wanted poster gives the Vinsmokes easy leverage to have the Marines and bounty hunters hunt down your true identity. Sanji found that out the hard way when his wanted poster was updated after his battle with Duval, allowing Judge to capture him.

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** Revealing your identity on a wanted poster gives the Vinsmokes easy leverage to have the Marines and bounty hunters hunt down your true identity. Sanji found that out the hard way when his wanted poster and bounty was updated after his battle with Duval, Duval back in Sabaody Archipelago, allowing Judge to capture him.bring him back for the alliance with Big Mom.

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** Revealing your identity on a wanted poster gives the Vinsmokes easy leverage to have the Marines and bounty hunters hunt down your true identity. Sanji found that out the hard way when his wanted poster was updated after his battle with Duval, allowing Judge to capture him.


** When Katakuri reveals to Brulee that his reputation of being perfect since he was born is a lie, Brulee reveals she already knew. This isn't just because she saw him through the mirrors, but also because she, along with his other siblings who are within his age group, grew up with him when they were kids so they knew what he was like before doing the "perfect brother" act. But when younger siblings who are way out of his age group, like Flampe, sees his mouth for the first time, they will be shocked by it due to Katakuri keeping his true self a secret from everyone, includiing his own family.

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** When Katakuri reveals to Brulee that his reputation of being perfect since he was born is a lie, Brulee reveals she already knew. This isn't just because she saw him through the mirrors, but also because she, along with his other siblings who are within his age group, grew up with him when they were kids so they knew what he was like before doing the "perfect brother" act. But when younger siblings who are way out of his age group, like Flampe, sees his mouth for the first time, they will be shocked by it due to Katakuri keeping his true self a secret from everyone, includiing including his own family.


** When Katakuri reveals to Brulee that his reputation of being perfect since he was born is a lie, Brulee reveals she already knew. This isn't just because she saw him through the mirrors, but also because she, along with his other siblings who are within his age group, grew up with him when they were kids so they knew what he was like before doing the "perfect brother" act.

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** When Katakuri reveals to Brulee that his reputation of being perfect since he was born is a lie, Brulee reveals she already knew. This isn't just because she saw him through the mirrors, but also because she, along with his other siblings who are within his age group, grew up with him when they were kids so they knew what he was like before doing the "perfect brother" act. But when younger siblings who are way out of his age group, like Flampe, sees his mouth for the first time, they will be shocked by it due to Katakuri keeping his true self a secret from everyone, includiing his own family.

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** When Katakuri reveals to Brulee that his reputation of being perfect since he was born is a lie, Brulee reveals she already knew. This isn't just because she saw him through the mirrors, but also because she, along with his other siblings who are within his age group, grew up with him when they were kids so they knew what he was like before doing the "perfect brother" act.


* OnceMoreWithClarity: In Chapter 893, we're treated in images from Katakuri's childhood, at first giving us the impression that he suffered from FreakinessShame due to his fanged mouth. Chapter 902 then shows more of his childhood, revealing that he actually didn't have a problem with people making fun of him, since he was strong enough to beat them up. He actually started making his {{Stoic}} image after one of the goons he beat up attacked Brulee in retaliation.

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* OnceMoreWithClarity: In Chapter 893, we're treated in to images from Katakuri's childhood, at first giving us the impression that he suffered from FreakinessShame due to his fanged mouth. Chapter 902 then shows more of his childhood, revealing that he actually didn't have a problem with people making fun of him, since he was strong enough to beat them up. He actually started making his {{Stoic}} image after one of the goons he beat up attacked Brulee in retaliation.


* OnceMoreWithClarity: Chapter 902 shows more about Katakuri's flashback from Chapter 893. Turns out that Katakuri didn't actually have a problem with people making fun of his face, since he was strong enough to beat them up. He actually started making his {{Stoic}} image after one of the goons he beat up attacked Brulee in retaliation.

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* OnceMoreWithClarity: In Chapter 902 shows more about 893, we're treated in images from Katakuri's flashback childhood, at first giving us the impression that he suffered from FreakinessShame due to his fanged mouth. Chapter 893. Turns out 902 then shows more of his childhood, revealing that Katakuri he actually didn't actually have a problem with people making fun of his face, him, since he was strong enough to beat them up. He actually started making his {{Stoic}} image after one of the goons he beat up attacked Brulee in retaliation.

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* OnceMoreWithClarity: Chapter 902 shows more about Katakuri's flashback from Chapter 893. Turns out that Katakuri didn't actually have a problem with people making fun of his face, since he was strong enough to beat them up. He actually started making his {{Stoic}} image after one of the goons he beat up attacked Brulee in retaliation.


** Narrowly averted with Judge, who couldn't bring himself to kill little Sanji, his failure of a son, on the reason that [[ThickerThanWater they're family]]. That said, he has no problem fixing him with explosive slave bracelets on Sanji's wrists to ensure his compliance, putting Sanji's life (or at least, his hands) at risk. Luckily, Reiju gave him duds.



** Even though Streusen managed to save everyone from being crushed by the Whole Cake Chateau by transforming it into whipped cream and sponge cake, the people at the bottom of the chateau are still in danger if they're trapped underneath the cream and cake.

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** Pudding grew up bullied, unloved, and treated like a useful asset than a person all her life, creating a severe inferiority complex and a duplicitous nature. Thus, when she's given her first compliments, the first thing she does is go against her family and help the Straw Hats escape Totto Land.
** After the Straw Hat-Firetank Pirate Alliance saves the Vinsmokes and Bege's assassination plot fails, they end up completely surrounded and overwhelmed by the enraged Charlotte family, who are all incredible powerhouses compared to the protagonists. The only miracle they had was Whole Cake Chateau suddenly tipping over and falling...
** Even though Streusen managed to save everyone from being crushed by the Whole Cake Chateau by transforming it into whipped cream and sponge cake, the people at the bottom of the chateau are still in danger if they're instantly crushed by the falling debris, or trapped underneath the cream and cake.


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** Whenever Big Mom goes on hunger-induced rampages, it's depicted realistically and horrifically as one would expect of a gigantic creature, human or not, rampaging in a populated area. People are ''terrified'' for their lives and are at great risk of either being killed by Big Mom, or getting killed by the falling debris from the surrounding buildings. These incidents are treated ''seriously'' by Big Mom's children, many of who are the equivalent of governors of their specific territories, and they take measures to ensure the safety of the general populace. It also happened in Elbaf when Big Mom was a child; when she went on a rampage during fasting, she not only razed the village looking for food, she killed one of the legendary giant heroes with her bare hands while crazed. As a result, the giants of Elbaf are not on good terms with her, even if they forgave her thanks to Mother Carmel's persuasion.
** Engineering one's children to have no fear or empathy at all will create exactly that: monsters that are incredibly cruel and completely unafraid of dying. Because of Judge's experiments, the Vinsmoke boys are utterly messed up through no fault of their own, and are unable to become good people because they can't understand the cruelty of their actions. When the Vinsmokes are rounded up for execution by the Charlotte family, Reiju notes how Judge's actions blew up in his face horribly, as his sons accept their death and ridicule him for being "pathetic".

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* OutOfTheFryingPan: During his battle with Katakuri, Luffy's Gear Fourth expires, leaving him without Haki for ten minutes. He then spots Brulee and uses her to jump through a mirror before Katakuri can attack him. Unfortunately for him, the mirror he picked [[ContrivedCoincidence happened to lead right to Nuts Island]], where a hunger-crazed Big Mom was currently rampaging.


* ProperlyParanoid: When Luffy and Nami escape their book prison thanks to Jimbe, Opera decides to cover up his failure by saying he killed them. Mont-d'Or is skeptical and sends guards to keep watch to see if his brother was lying. His suspicions are confirmed when Luffy shows up at the wedding very much alive, much to Mont-d'Or's fury.

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* ProperlyParanoid: When Luffy and Nami escape their book prison thanks to Jimbe, Jimbei, Opera decides to cover up his failure by saying he killed them. Mont-d'Or is skeptical and sends guards to keep watch to see if his brother was lying. His suspicions are confirmed when Luffy shows up at the wedding very much alive, much to Mont-d'Or's fury.


* PlayingWithFire: Charlotte Oven, of a sort. He ate the Heat Heat Devil Fruit (''Netsu Netsu no Mi''), which allows him to radiate heat and make anything he touches extremely hot, as if they had been just taken out of the oven after baking. Jimbe makes it a point to Pedro not to block any attack Oven throws at him because of his power.

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* PlayingWithFire: Charlotte Oven, of a sort. He ate the Heat Heat Devil Fruit (''Netsu Netsu no Mi''), which allows him to radiate heat and make anything he touches extremely hot, as if they had been just taken out of the oven after baking. Jimbe Jimbei makes it a point to Pedro not to block any attack Oven throws at him because of his power.

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** Perosepro ends up losing his arm thanks to Pedro's attack but uses his candy powers to make a artificial arm. However this doesn't magically heal the wound and, after hours of helping Big Mom chase the Straw Hats, has to bow out to get it properly treated.


** Luffy has a brief one when he realizes that he tied up the real Nami, who's understandably ''furious''.

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** Luffy has a brief one when he realizes that he inadvertently tied up the real Nami, who's understandably ''furious''.

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