This is where you can post and discuss the spoilers for the next chapter of Toriko
Last edited by Jorge D. Dragon; October 03, 2013 at 03:42 AM.
From T on 2ch.
It seems that in this chapter we are going to see more about Acacia and his Disciples. Especially about Gourmet Cells and how different ingridients affect their speed of regeneration.
And it seems that in the end of the chapter Frohze gives mother's kiss to Midora and says good night. She really felt as if she was his mother.
Thus it's really interesting what will Midora feel, when he witnesses Frohze now. I think he might be seriously mindfucked, since it seems she was the one he was affected the most to in this World. Followed by Acacia and other two Disciples.
Google Translation at its finest :
here i'm, i got the raw!
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Last edited by Juin Jutsu Team; October 02, 2013 at 10:55 AM.
Either their house is surrounded by nitros or they have the same halloween spirit as Invader Zim
So thats a coordinated nitro attack... okay, theory that Joa = Nitro possessing (corpse of?) Frohze looks more real than ever. I mean, its completely realistic that next week Frohze is kidnapped/killed/both
Is that a young Setsuno with Jirou ? It's the same outfit she was seen wearing back when she was remembering her old days with Jirou
It's sad to see what happened with the three disciples really... Such a shame... I guess Frohze's death is the trigger for Midora's sudden change for sure
I'd be surprised if Acacia/Frohze would die because of Nitro, seeing how some of them received fodder treatment literally
Last edited by Zehahaha; October 02, 2013 at 11:34 AM.
is there even any doubt anymore that Setsuno is Teppei´s grandma?
@Drakrami: Why wouldn´t they fight just for being fellow Nitro? It´s like saying people can´t fight other people.
Setsuno already said how Frohze died tho.
When was that implied? To me, the only thing was that not only Teppei, but basically everyone would refer to her as Granny Setsu, so we had no way of knowing that Teppei was his actual grandson.