I feel that Luffy will definitely be able to use another colour unique to his own
im pretty sure oda is not the type to overdue on these sort of things...like im sure that hes not going keep to till theres a one piece version of super saiyan 5. 3 types of haki is fine...they're exclusive enough as it is.
Well but there are like so many haki users out there, so I think there's definitely gonna be something special about Luffy's Haki
I don't think there will be more types of haki. What else there? Color of dragon ball? When mastered allows the user to put his hands together and fire a exploding energy wave.
For example, I think that Sengoku's shock waves are not Devil Fruit related but actually the result of his mastering of Busoshoku Haki. To me, he simply used his gigant armor to push the Blackbeard Pirates away.
the only thing that looks like new haki for me would be fusion of two another colors, like propagation haki, throwing sword slashes as example being armor and royal
if there are only these three types of Haki, then what makes Zoro apear like a Deamon or a Beast in some situations?
Three primary colours, three colours of haki. 3 secondary colours, 3 combinations of haki. I'd imagine each type of Haki has a colour associated with it. Something like red, green and blue auras that only people with colour of observation can see.
I love the idea of different types of conqueror haki, not really sure how it would work, defensive/offensive types, elemental types (doubt that as logia are elemental already), but I cant see it having a type.
What I'm having trouble with the whole haki thing is how it will work for ranged DF users. If it cancels DF powers then does that mean that for say Luffy vs Akainu it would be an all out fist fight with no powers involved? Whenever we have seen Logia's use haki they have been in their 'substantial bodies'. However if you can combine haki with non-melee abilities that would be pretty insane and take away the advantage of haki altogether. (I.E. Sengoku using haki to Buddha blast people.)