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I just hope Donflamingo is smart enough to convince kaido to pursuit law n luffy ;] I would love to see an arc full of fights.
Nope. Sorry. Still can't see it.
All that's really left is for Doflamingo to wait for the Strawhats to make land, try and salvage some pride, only to get beaten down. After his crew fights first, and loses, of course.
Moved the posts about Buggy to the new shichibukai thread. Continue the discussion there.
Don't worry k-dom, a fact that couple of guys can't see what you mean doesn't mean nobody can't.
Like Franky said, it's much creepier when things proceed smoothly. You just need to read up Doflamingo's resume a little to realize he's no simpleton. Fact that he changed his plan so fast and easy is a proof that he thought of something. If he is cornered then he's all the more dangerous.
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i was thinking that there only way kuzan can be a revolutionary is if Dragon was an ex-marine
dragon's father being a respected va will want his son to be in marines however dragon rose quickly up the ranks and discovered the horrible secrets of the marines like the ohara incident.
i think dragon used his power to fund his revolutionary system and to build an army with the help of vegapunk i think the z film may be a foreshadow to it
on other matters it xan be possible that the new admirals are rebots
I'm just saying that if he did what Law told him to, it wasn't out of his best interest, it was because his hand was forced. The fact that he may gain some future advantage out of this situation doesn't change the fact that that advantage will be situational (trying to catch Law and Luffy by surprise) and will pale in comparison with his Shichibukai status.
Now, he could have, for instance, contacted Akainu and said something like "I'm being contacted by Law and the Strawhats to join their alliance. I plan to bring them down, but they are asking me to quit the Shichibukai as a proof of good faith. I'm thinking I'll do it, and then take them out. If I succeed, the Navy can take credit for my 'undercover mission' and restore my status. If I fail and get trashed, the Navy can claim credit for my defeat use me as an example of swift justice. What do you think?"
I could see that working, if it wasn't for the fact that Smoker will undoubtedly report his actions as Joker and make him lose the Shichibukai spot anyway (and DoFlamingo knows it).