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Let me first make a disclaimer. The following text is purely My own thoughts and hypothesis. If you don't like it, don't hate Me for it. You are welcome to leave productive comments but please, no hating Me for this.
So My theory is that Nami is a member of the D.
First you might think that it's impossible for many reasons but hear me out.
Yes I know that she doesn't have the initial D. on her name but if you think about her past, it gives us a explanation. In chapter 77 Genzo tells Nami that Bellemere was in a war somewhere in a brink of death when Nojiko apeared in front of her carrying an infant. Nojiko tells that she's not her sister and Bellemere takes them both with her back to Cocoyashi Village. So we don't know anything about Namis re…Read more >
Ever since yesterday my Malwarebytes Anti-Malware has been detection shit on this Wiki with pop-ups, so what the hell is going on?Read more >
Ok so I know this may seem like a crazy theory but what if Reiju is the next straw hat? In today's chapter, we got to see a lot of her personality and the flashback of what really happened to their mother.
One thing that was interesting to me is how they only pointed out that she still has some humanity left in her in the beginning of the flashback. Although the flashback was mainly about Sanji it left me with the impression that she would be a good fit for the SH's. She checks out with having a broken past and having powers; I wouldn't mind if Oda changed up the recruitment formula to still show he's versatile as a story creator. The only things not confirmed in the SH recruitment checklist is that we haven't really seen her in an actual f…Read more >
This chapter was definitely simpler than many that came before it, but it provided quite a bit of information we needed that was quite more groundbreaking than it looks.
Apparently we don't need to pull the Sugar Effect on Mont-d'Or, as it turns out burning the books works quite fine, though I am a bit appalled by how injured Luffy and Nami are. How far did the flames have to go? But anyways, the Sweet Escape has begun, because the Straw Hats definitely wanna get away. And speaking of getting away...
Pudding's DF becomes all for naught after Sanji tells Reiju what really happened, and her acceptance of it seems a bit contrived...until we find out what happens next. There's no frills to it, no enemy of my enemy is my friend mentality, they're…Read more >
So Oda's chapter string has finally broken, but I think this was a good note to end it on.
After a hilarious cover page featuring Robin's...eclectic drawing of Chopper, we kick things off in the infirmary, where Sanji finds Reiju recovering from her
arrowbullet to the knee and tells her the truth about what happened with Pudding. What a guy, at least his depressing didn't cripple him too much.
Meanwhile, Jinbe frees Luffy and Nami from their book prison by...burning it. Apparently that's the only way to free people without Mont-d'Or's consent, so yeah. Also funny that Jinbe had to use a bucket of water to extinguish the two. Apparently, in spite of what the dirty MSM is saying about him, Jinbe did in fact resolve his business with Big Mom, so…Read more >
As you may know, our world is dominated by economic concepts which evolved to fit the existing political models all the way from hunter-gatherer societies all the way to our modern financial system. But I don't want to talk about the real world with its real capitalism and its real communism or all that stuff, I'm here to talk about how things seem to work and why they work or why they shouldn't be working in our favourite series' universe. I will speculate on a lot of stuff, simply because Oda, although amazing at world-building, doesn't delve into too much detail about the processes.
To start off, we should discuss a little bit about the structures of society existent in One Piece. The World Government currently acts as the dominant polit…Read more >
Somebody started this game in a Star Wars blog a few years ago.
Take one line from the show/manga and replace one word with the word 'pants'
ROBIN: "Franky didn't you run out of
eyespants nearly jumped out of my skull
LUFFY: I still have myRead more >
Can someone answer this for me please?
- *caution you may NOT like what you read * * *
I'm trying to be unbias but,
I have always found that Robin's backstory is the most compelling of all the Straw hats. It might be the only one that was beyond Oda's ability to do justice to, simply because it is pure drama a world that always has some comedy. This is a story about a girl who is delared a sinful living being and supposed procecuted by the world. That is freaking huge, certainly darker than any other subplot in the story. In the real world, North Korea actually persecutes people this way, by jailing relatives of criminals.
The first half of the Water 7 arc is highly compelling. Robin is presented as a complex, yet sympathetic character. Alas, …Read more >
2016 hasn't exactly been the best of years, we've had a lot of famous deaths that have occured. But it's time to put that aside because 2017 is about to begin, and no matter what the media says, there will be no "wedding of the year" that will compare to the Vinsmoke - Charlotte wedding. This blog is surmise the lead up to the wedding, and the possible events that could occur during the big day.
Vinsmoke Sanji and Charlotte Pudding have been aranged to be married, thanks to Papa Vinsmoke and Mother Charlotte, in order for both to gain more strength and power in the OP world. Of course this does not sit well with our captain and so a rescue team has been formed and have invaded Totto Land, in hopes to rescue Sanji, and steal the Road Ponogly…
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Not a bad chapter to end the year on.
So, we've got Pudding showing more of her real nature. Some Usopp level impersonations there. She's just generally quite nasty, but I suppose if she weren't it'd be unusual. She is the daughter of a Yonko after all. And she has a cool gun that makes no sense but hey it's sweet themed so that means something.
Sanji... oh boy. I felt bad for him. That was the best depiction of heartbreak I've seen in years. Well done, Oda.
Brook seems to be faring astonishingly well against Big Mom. He's taken a hit or two and he's still standing, and he seems to have a proper plan as well. Kind of disappointed that there was no joke about him being already dead, mind.
Luffy still can't rip his arms off. I mean that's good b…Read more >