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ilovemanga
November 16, 2011, 05:17 PM
Apart from haoshouku haki of course. In my opinion i dont think he has since if he did , he wouldnt have lost to BB. Well he could have but at least BB wouldnt come out uninjured. The question is why ? im sure he knows about it and i guess since he's logia he doesnt really be bothered to learn it

ish3
November 16, 2011, 11:01 PM
I'm not sure if he knew Observation or Armament but it's shown he has Sovereign Haki.

http://www.mangareader.net/103-52556-8/one-piece/chapter-587.html
http://www.mangareader.net/103-52556-9/one-piece/chapter-587.html

Uriel
November 17, 2011, 12:30 AM
Answered and closed :D

seimei
January 21, 2015, 12:46 PM
Ace, a logia who was a commander in the strongest man alive's pirate ship.

He was surpised by Blackbeard's attack that nullifies his power, yet received Sakazuki's blow through his chest.

Was that Ace's haki which was not strong enough to block Sakazuki? Or his choice of making his body into human to prevent Luffy getting killed?

goldb
January 21, 2015, 01:29 PM
Ace, a logia who was a commander in the strongest man alive's pirate ship.

He was surpised by Blackbeard's attack that nullifies his power, yet received Sakazuki's blow through his chest.

Was that Ace's haki which was not strong enough to block Sakazuki? Or his choice of making his body into human to prevent Luffy getting killed?

This thread question has already been asked and answered HERE (https://mangahelpers.com/forum/showthread.php/73750-Did-Ace-have-haki?highlight=ace%3B+haki)( 2nd post). I'll answer the rest of the post but this isn't even a topic for varied responses.

Ace being surprised by Blackbeard nullifying his attack has nothing to do with haki, but because he realised there was a devil fruit that could cancel out his mera mera no mi abilities and bring out his body by his opponent coming to contact with him.

His receiving Akainu's blow was a decision he made to protect Luffy( as allowing Akainu to go past him, would've cost Luffy his life), but also as we saw in their earlier clash (http://mangasee.co/manga/?series=OnePiece&chapter=573&index=1&page=13), Akainu's magma is a superior ability to Ace's fire and so even if he hadn't allowed himself to be struck, he would've( in my opinion) still been wounded and overpowered by his opponent.

M3J
January 21, 2015, 06:09 PM
Plus, I don't think Ace was thinking about anything but protecting Luffy, and since haki requires concentration, I don't think Ace could have done anything unless he focused on using haki.