|Romanized Title:||Shabondi Pāku|
|Viz Title:||Sabaody Park|
|Release Date:||May 19, 2008|
|Anime:||Episode 393 (p. 2-19)|
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Chapter 499 is titled "Sabaody Park".
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The chapter opens with Shakuyaku saying goodbye to the Straw Hats, who are off to find a coating mechanic. The scene shifts to bounty hunters who are discussing about the mermaid who was seen with Luffy. The head of the kidnapping team, Peterman, promises ten percent of the money they would get for Keimi to the unnamed bounty hunters who brought him that information. Meanwhile, Luffy and the others arrive at Saboady Park. They start to enjoy the amusements in the park.
The scene shifts to Groove 24 with the arrival of a Tenryubito, namely Saint Charloss. He kills a badly injured human being and decides to make an engaged nurse (Mari) his sixth wife by shooting her fiancée. Zoro enters before the Tenryubito not knowing about the situation and upsets him by asking whether he is lost. The Noble tries to shoot Zoro, but he dodges it before the bullet can connect. Zoro tries attacking Charloss, but Jewelry Bonney tackles him away, and fakes Zoro's death using her Devil Fruit powers and some tomato juice, knowing that attacking a World Noble would result in an Admiral having to come to the island. After being informed of the situation by Bonney, Zoro takes the injured man to the hospital, to the surprise of some of the other Supernovas who are nearby, with Scratchmen Apoo remarking that Zoro let off a very high killing intent just moments earlier.
- The Tenryubito Saint Charloss is introduced.
- Zoro almost attacks Charloss for shooting at him, but Jewelry Bonney intervenes and stops him.
- Bonney demonstrates the ability to change her age from that of a grown adult to a little girl.
- Keimi gets kidnapped by the slave trader Peterman.
- Knowing that their previous work in kidnapping and slave trading are essential in knowing on where to look for Keimi, Sanji decides to call in the Flying Fish Riders.
1: first introduction
3: first appearance
- Episode 393 (p. 2-19)
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