My feeling from the chapter is that Law is looking to somehow get back his crew hence the whole PH experiments thing...He seemed contemplative when luffy asked him about Bepo's whereabouts...am guessing he's here under some sort of duress.
Loved the chapter in general and am hoping to see to what extent Smokers abilities are limited by Tashigi's body
I STILL say that Law sacrificed some members of his crew or that Shichibukai status. I have no facts to back up my assumption. This is purely speculation.
The samurai's powers are probably being undervalued. There are a lot of applications...
As ashamed as I am to admit this, I did -- at one point in my life -- watch InuYasha. Didn't that fox kid use a leaf to transform himself (and other stuff) into various things? If there's any connection to this then the samurai could prove to be a valid threat.
I'm not sure any of Law's crew members were prominent enough to warrant turning over. There are enough high bounty pirates and Law is so strong that he could easily have found 100 without sacrificing members of his own crew. Law easily defeated a logia using Vice-Admiral, taking down one hundred pirates with bounties over 100 million beri's would not have been hard for him.
What I found interesting is admission to Luffy that "we both have something we want to get back". Whatever that something is there is little doubt that is the reason he is conspiring with Caesar Clown. It is possible that something is his crew or involves his crew.
Voted this chapter a 5. Sanji in Nami's body is worth at least a 5.
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Had it not been for the dumbass fart joke I would have given this chapter a 6.
Well, that chapter at least proved that Law is nowhere as evil as he looked when they first said that he got the shichibukai position by bringing 100 pirate hearts...
Apparently, you can live pretty well without a heart, since Smoker/Tashigi is well alive.
So, he might even have taken the heart of every member of his crew and some more, without even killing any of them...
i thought vega punks colleague wascalled "cesear clown" that seems more cool
So who said "we both have something we want to get back"? Was that Law speaking as he went inside? He told Luffy we'll meet again, so i'm assuming hes saying that Luffy will come back to have the "personalities" of his cremates switched back to their own bodies. But then what is it that Law wants to get back? Interesting chapter.
Doctors all around the world have to make/do/whatever Hippocratic Oath. Its about ethics/not killing if I remember correctly. Maby its connected to Laws victims living after being cut to pieces even if they are not in his "Room" so out of his "operation"(doctor?) DFs range.
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it was law avoiding the bepo question..."dont bring that up, youre messing up my plan"...yeah, sounds like law is being controlled by ceasar dude.
and ceasar is using the lab directly from the orders of WG. that's why law asked "what the marines are plotting?" when he got raided by smoker...maybe becoz he thinks the operation they are doing are backed up by the WG.
no vegapunk here....but ceasar might be backed up by higher branch of WG. i could only take a guess.
i now agree with everyone that says "law is not the villain"....yeah, i think law is neutral in this arc. as well as smoker...they might likely team up with strawhats???
i like the "bu" gag there...its one piece style.
but why are you so contrary to farts? you know one piece is a fantasy manga,where rubbish are the agenda. and it's not the first time we see that. Personally,I liked it,it explains how that samurai could speak (and there was a french guy who already realized that some weeks ago) and it was a device to make us aware of a shichibukai there. how delicate you are...