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Interesting ability of Fujitora . Can't wait to see the actual chap .
A thing I'm happy with is that Fujitora is attacking DoFlamingo as well . That means both Shichibukai title have been revoked ?
I would be delighted if Fujitora was a meteor man. I have been telling for quite a time that a new Admiral should be a meteor logia - first time was in Possible Devil Fruit thread (before it got lost with a server bug and remade), then in the debate about the next user of the Mera Mera no mi. It's far from confirmed yet.
So I guess one of the new powers the World Government has granted the Marines is to launch world conscription. For those who do not know, marines were regular army (armée de métier): people chose to enter the Marine. Conscription is normally a random selection of young civilians forced to join the army for several years.
Anyway, I'm very pleased to learn that the new Admirals are all unknown characters from the conscription. I was one of the people who did not like the idea at all that some of the known Vice-Admirals would become the next Admirals. I wonder if they could name themselves the (strong) civilians to enter the Marines - that would be tyranic.
Fujitora is a pressure/Gravity man Kind of like http://naruto.wikia.com/wiki/Bansh%C5%8D_Ten%27in
Last edited by TheLuffySmile; July 02, 2013 at 11:22 AM.
Looking at the pictures provided in the spoiler it seems to me that he uses gravity to pull down the meteor, wich would mean he is a gravity man based on the first time we saw his attack. Or am I missing something ?
Man Oda, how can he have foreshadowed the dwarves so long ago with Montblanc, those kids probably heard a epic tale there, I am so jelly xD. *sniff* Man Monblanc you truly were a warrior of the seas, hope Ussop turns out to be like you one day
Good question. There are plenty of people who would call a falling rock in a manga a meteor. So I'm sure you can appreciate my hestitation of accepting it as a meteor right away, before getting some more spoiler material.
Last edited by NEMO; July 21, 2013 at 07:40 PM.
NEMO: I think since he is the source of the gravity pull, he can probably attract meteors from outside the atmosphere, just a thought.
combined with this: http://gantz.wikia.com/wiki/List_of_...on_2_Equipment
if you don't read gantz, their z-guns create a cylinder 2m in radius, 5m in length in which the gravity is multiplied time 50, so with it despite being a gravity weapon if something is above the cylinder then it would be unaffected just like the ceiling in that restaurant.
Hello friends ^^
im new here
can u anwser me one question:
does the chapter of this week in japan like it came out yesterday is what we read last week?
we always have a week in advance right? xD
about the chapter: cant wait to see fujitora ability in action
hope law can escape
and when do we see luffy/lucy kick some ass? xD
Yes, although I am not the most indicated person to answer this question, I do believe we get chapters one week in advance or something of the sorts!
Fujitora controls the laws of physics apparently. That's all I have to say.
The affects of gravity are diminished by the distance from the celestial body, not altitude. Gravity's effects can be felt for a indefiinte distance.
Newton’s law of universal gravitation, which says that the gravitational force between two objects is proportional to the mass of each, and inversely proportional to the distance between them. It is usually written like this (G is the gravitational constant):
F = Gm1m2/r2
is very plausible that is is a gravity manipulation fruit. Also, the move in the bar, it reminded me of one of Brago's moves from Konjiki no Gash Bell, Gravirei.
If anyone would like to anwser i would apreeciate
Apparently, Fujitora's ability is the counterpart of Shiki's Fuwa Fuwa power (the ability to let everything levitate - and everyone connected to it). Not fully gravity control, only a part of it.
Oda now openly stated: A character having full control over gravity is overpowered, and if an author used it he's got a massive problem to write himself out of his corner to let the protagonist win.
Giving Isshou the ability only to increase weight of objects or create a gravity pull on objects, leaves still an opportunity to overcome it with physical condition.