Hey guys, it's been a while.
So, I was reading the last chapter, and was wondering about a bunch of things;
1. Can Luffy really destroy the entire Noah ship?
2. Is Hordy really down and out?
3. Will Shirahoshi discover and be able to control her power, and if so, use it to help destroy Noah?
4. Just where the hell is Caribou?!
I, in my own opinion, have some doubts as to whether or not Luffy can destroy Noah entirely. Though I think he can really rough it up and take a good chunk out of if, it just doesn't feel right to me. I figured that if Luffy can't do it, then perhaps Shirahoshi can, with her powers. Remember, the ship was supposed to be there for some great day or something, and if Shirahoshi realizes her powers and uses them to completely destroy Noah (by summoning sea kings) then that would make sense. Though, at the same time, it could be completely far fetched.
I also had doubts as to Hordy's defeat. I was a bit surprised to find he was already defeated, as all the other fishman pirates were still fighting. Remember, the order usually is:
weaker SH pirates battle their enemy counterparts, win
Monster Trio fight their enemy counterparts, win
Luffy, last member, fights and wins.
But it all seems backwards now, as if hordy is already out, then Luffy is clearly the first one. It didn't seem right to me. But hey, crazier's happened.
So some of you might be wondering, "why is this idiot still bothering about Caribou?" and some of you might be wondering, "who is this idiot, and why is he bothering about Caribou?", while still some of you are wondering "why am I such an idiot, and not bothering about Caribou?"
anyway, you get the picture.
For those of you who read my last prediction from like a month ago, you would've seen how I included Caribou in the spin, with Luffy finding him, beating the people out of him, etc. etc. This was clearly a long time ago, and I still haven't seen Caribou. I don't think I'm the only one here who wants to see more of Caribou, and to see him get beaten up by Luffy.
But that might just be me.
I just had some doubts, concerns, and, of course, my dysfunctional obsession with Caribou's return.