You know the kids who went wild for the Amazing Stag Robot Franky(its the Ultimate form!)? Those guys weren't in Namis group that encountered the Frozen People! Those lil bastards were hanging back to see more robot punches and shit! You only see them again during the SUUUPEEEEEERR pose! I love mischievous One Piece kids, & considering his maturity level I'm lumping the samurai head in with them.
I dont know if it was mentioned in the thread yet, but my whole opinion in regrads to Law being on the Island is one of a few options:
1) Seeing as law is actually a brilliant doctor, the kids are actually sick and he is trying to cure them, some sort of late on set gigantisism.
2) Law has actually turned evil, the whole 100 hearts thing, and is actually experimenting on kids for his sick pleasure. (Which i doubt)
3) Law himself is investigating the whole abduction, being a good guy, and in doing so is trying to find the person responsible for the actions, none of the kids recognized him!
On the frozen bodies, maybe it was laws way of keeping all the heartless pirates alive and immobile.
I think Law is still good guy who got trapped in a dodgy situation with M and that this ark will be about luffy paying back his debt to Law when he saved him at the end of the war.
Why do you all think Law is a good guy? Seriously, he hasn't done anything good, besides rescuing Luffy, which could have wery well been for selfish reasons. He said it himself, he rescued Luffy because things could turn out more interesting if he stays alive. In fact he shares the same philosophy with Doflamingo, who also wanted the pirates to escape because it would be more interesting. And their Jolly Roger is similiar, too...
Even pre Timeskip, Apoo (i think it was him) stated that Law is cruel.
Even Oda can retcon things, like haki. :P I think I read somehwere, that the Supernova were created in a short time, that could explain some little chainges. And it's not like this is the first time when Oda makes a mistake at drawing something differently or forgot to draw something like Garp's scar.
I wouldn't be very surprised if both of them can use haki now. Smoker should do that because Coby stated that Vice-admirals use haki,and law should have improved enough not to disappoint us. Yet,as we saw from Aokiji VS WB,haki isn't enough against rogia users,since they can coutner the enemy's haki with their own haki.
Last edited by k-dom; March 16, 2012 at 08:42 AM.
the cover of this chapter was colored,it means the next one won't be so. It should go on with miniadventures,and we will see the kuja or the tenryubito. perhaps the tenryubito preparing the reverie.
About the samurai, it's obvious that Law did the cutting, since nobody else has that power. We know that the head and the torso belong to the same body. Legs have a similar clothes pattern which is confusing. The easiest answer would be that it's all of the same person, and everything points to that. But then why all the mystery with talking legs and head seemingly not knowing the same information?
Either the legs belong to some other samurai, or Law has mastered his ability in such a degree that he can cut off parts of consciousness along with body parts. It's not so weird when you think about it. Kuma was able to repel fatigue and pain with his ability, and if anything, Law's power seems more versatile. Perhaps the legs remember what happened and the head just doesn't.
Sure, it's also possible that the head simply didn't pay attention to Law or saw him. But why bother with stretching out the sub-plot if we're going to find out later that it's all the same body?
Why bringing up Doflamingo at all?! If Doflamingo was holding any grudge against Luffy, he had the opportunity to decapitate him right away in Marineford where he stood less than 5 metres away from him, after Luffy's actions against Bellamy and Disco. But Doflamingo didn't care at all for Luffy.
Even if Caribou turns out to be one of Doflamingo's henchmen, there's nothing that hints about Doflamingo turning towards Luffy for sth. like revenge.
People are saying that the Samurai didn't get a chance to see the shishibukai for all sort of reasons ...
But the thing is doesn't the Samurai have the ability to sense things, and that's how he is able to control his legs and upper torso, don't get me wrong I know how Laws ability works (a little bit :P), and after detached the person still feels the other parts, but what the Samurai is doing seems different, its like he can sense what surrounds him.
And that why he was able to fight Brook so well, isntead off randomly swinging his sword at stuff.
So too sum it all up I think we didn't see his reaction because unfortunately there are a finite number off panels and there was just too much going on already.