meteorites??? wow didn't see that coming... aand what is green bull?
Well, if Fujitora has a Metiorite ability, then he is a monster! That's quite an overkill, especially if he fights in the sea... If such a thing hits his opponent's ship, then his opponents are done for.
So he isn't just a swordsman... That's very interesting.
And Law could have a chance to get out of it alone if he managed to proove that he made Luffy and his crew his subordinates, but it seems that he didn't want to dump them... so his title is revoked and he will have to not only fight Dofla, but Fujitora as well and that's problem for him.
I imagine if he keeps Caesers heart he can still use it as a bargain chip, not sure about the kairoseki cuffs.
But escaping those 2 will surely be insane to pull off, unless he gets back up or the straw hats can complete some of their objectives...
Yes Green Bull is a pattern for admiral title and that makes sense in this context. His power in the bar didn't look like a meteorite though. Some suggested it was earth related but it does not seem to be a logia type. What is clear is that he has a devil fruit and not a samourai skill. It's funny that the attack targets Doflamingo too, I guess that is his answer for having been fooled :-)
The important part of the chapter for me was Law answer. The strength of the alliance on Law side was questionable but it seems we have little reason to doubt it now.
Last part is Usopp moment to shine. Noland reapearing is typical of Oda characters reintroduction but always done well. And we have a confirmation that the dwarves are against the Doflamingo family
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Lord Rayleigh will be happy as hell with that meteorite stuff who would have guessed that its possible
I still think that Fujitora might have space space fruit- I mean like cosmic space- so he can have some versatile uses of his ability.
Its kind of suprise that Fujitora along with Greenbull was someone joining marines in meantime, not being someone who "grown" in marines like old Admirals.
It only shows that there are people in world as strong as admirals/ slightly below Emperors- that can pop up when we dont expect it in New World. That gives me nice overall additional "feel" to New World and One Piece world overally.
Looks like law is loyal after all, and I have to say he has got balls that are on par with luffy. Now dwarfs to the rescue!
I like, when Oda ties everything together getting back good old characters we already know. The same way he ties these dwarves with Montblanc Norland. And it would be great to see how Usopp will handle them from now on. Would be also funny to see if Luffy wants any of them in his crew. Though for now I don't really see any strong one to fit in the crew, expecially since New World would be dangerous as hell from now on.
Also it's interesting to hear than Norland managed to get this far. It seems that he was damn strong person, since to manage to get this far in the New World... he should have been at the very least around Luffy's current lewvel if he didn't have strong crew.
Well, about Fujitora targeting Doflamingo as well... It might be that his attack is just too big and Doflamingo and Law are too close to each other, thus he happened to target Doflamingo as well.
Still, it would be great to see more of his ability and it would be also great to learn more about the third Admiral. Green Bull seems interesting. What's his ability, I'm really anxious to learn.
And it's also interesting that there are still people of Admiral level out there, since Marines managed to recruit two monsters of such a level somewhere in the World.
OMG Oda. OMG. Noland? What kind of sorcery is this? To what detail do you have this all planned?!
But gotta hand it to Usopp, Usoland cracks me up.
Don't know what to think about this meteor stuff. Is it burning or is it just some falling rock? His power obviously has something to do with gravity and the concept of meteor fruit is just... silly. He could have pulled it with gravity, but then what kind of fucking range does his power have. Oh well, I'm sure Oda will explain it well when the time comes.
well, fujitora also has his hands full. i dont think he'll let doflamingo get away with it as well
Well, Fujitora can't attack the one who is even protected by CP0... So he will have to let Doflamingo get away. The question is will be Law able to escape somewhere. His ability should let him teleport to some distance. And if he manages to teleport himself to the jungle, then he can hide there.
can't law just freeze the meteor and then slice n dice it up and make artwork out of it like he did with the marine battleship at punk hazard lol
Something interesting I found on APforums relating to the Admirals:
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Also it's finally revealed to us the location of the SMILEs factory, which I guess uses the "Toy House" as guise. I'd always thought the little people were taken advantage of somehow by Dofla and helped in the production of the artificial fruits, being gullible enough to believe Dofla's lies as to what he plans to do with them. Having found out the true reason and destination of the fruits, they now want revenge on him? Maybe something similar happened to the toy soldier?
That seems to be quite an interesting.
Oda really is great in storytelling and using japanese mythology as an implementation of his masterpiece work. As well as he uses some other things like Hulliver and his adventures (like with Montblanc Noland).
Well, it might also depend on the attack and if it is coated with Haki or not. Also it seems that either Law or Dofla sliced this meteor or maybe even both of them.Quote:
After a bit of thinking about it... Fujitora might not have a meteor Fruit, but a Rock Paramecia or something along the line, since in his first encounter with the main crew he made a big hole in the earth and now he throws an enormous rock...
I hope we will get an explanation on his power in this or in the next chapter.