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Wait, do you mean lesbians? Or... Oh. Strawhats.
You know what I say? I say one down, a couple thousand to go. I don't mean to get on my high horse, but I'm telling you, I do not like the Strawhats. I'm sick of it; they're taking over. They're like rats. They're destroying the ecosystem. I see a "Dead or Alive" Strawhat poster on the side of the road and I think, "That's a start."
And of course this is the pagetopper.
Edited by KusaMigeru on Sep 19th 2019 at 3:52:13 PM
Morgans being a more capable fighter than he initially appeared was definitely a highlight of this chapter for me. To the person who earlier mentioned getting Scrooge McDuck vibes from him, I'm getting those vibes too.
I called this in high school. The Warlord system would be abolished. I thought it was going to be during or after Marineford, but I was so wrong.
Weill, Fujitora was right.
Gosh, I really hope Sabo is alright. It's times like this when Luffy should really read the paper.
It's less that Fujitora was right and more that he's likely the direct cause of this.
So an "incident" happened to the Nefeltaris and CP0 tried to bribe Morgans to print a non-truthful obituary for somebody. Cobra's totally dead.
Basically, by the next chapter, Cobra's death will be announced.
Goodbye, Cobra if that is what happened to him. He was an awesome father who would kick Judge's ass for being a shit one.
Just watched stampede, it was pretty cool. Its pretty much a fanservice movie, but damn if it wasn't cool.
I wonder how Buggy will get out of this one.
Buggy and Weevil didn't really do anything as Warlords. Does make me wonder if Oda is rushing at least some aspects of the story so he can end it before it breaks him like it did Kubo.
He will try to escape, while everyone else is fighting. Buggy messes up and through that make himself be seen as the savior who defeated the marines. It will be Marineford all over again.
Speaking of Marineford, did anyone else get the feeling that we will get a second Marineford with Luffy rescuing Sabo and Blackbeard invading Impel Down again?
I think this was the first chapter this year I had enjoyed 100%. The only bad thing is that next chapter will probably mark a return to the atrocious Wano arc. I would rather Oda spent an entire year with how entire world will fall further into chaos and how all the different inhabitants act and react towards the ever changing status quo. If it were me, I would just skip most of Wano and only show the bits that elaborate on the overall lore of the world, events that are absolutely vital for post wano and skip towards the end of the raid on Onigashima. And also show the (mis)adventures of Law, Hawkins and Drake, since they are some of the few consistently good parts of the arc so far-
Hell this is the 1st time Weevilís shown up since his introduction chapter.
Well itís good thing we are going back to Wano & sticking there until itís done then.
Edited by slimcoder on Sep 20th 2019 at 3:36:45 AM
◊3 Yeah, i really wanted to see more of Buggy's organization before the Warlords got abolished.
But yeah, Buggy's luck being what it is, this will somehow end with him benefiting and his crew thinking he's a badass.
He could just point out that the Shichibukai just need proper supervision. Suggest a "Capture rogue Shichibukai, receive their position" system too
I feel like now that we've got an Emperor alliance (something that Garp himself said would be, essentially, the beginning of the end) this conflict's going to spill over to much more than Wano.
Damn what a good chapter. Love the intrigue behind "is the government trying to cover up the fatality or the attempted murder" and the subsequent "did Sabo die or did he do the attempted murder".
My guess is the World Nobles had Cobra killed and said Sabo did it. The revolutionary and the would-be whistleblower silenced in one move.
The way its worded though makes it sound like the Actual Death and the Attempted Death are different incidents, each worthy of a front page.
I doubt whatever happened with Sabo is fabricated, because we specifically see Morgans react like it is too good to cover up or change.
Also, two Emperors teaming up and one of the Three Great Powers out of commission... unless Ym-sama is stronger than the Emperors and/or they have an Ancient Weapon (both I feel, to be fair, to be entirely possible) the WG's looking kinda hosed, no?
I don't expect the alliance to last past this arc, so I'd be more worried for how Luffy's going to get through this. Anyway, we still don't know what Green Bull is capable of.
I think the opposite, actually - I was expecting them both to go down this arc, but now that they've made the alliance I'm expecting them to stay in play until the final war.
They still have Vegapunk's new invention, the one Fujitora believed has enough firepower to replace the Shichibukai. Wouldn't be surprised if it's on the Marine warships confronting them. What better way to prove its power?
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