I would feel ripped off by Oda if he didn't draw vergo and Law initial exchanges, and only showed us their fight since the moment in which Law tries to get back his heart. ... But yes, it could be that Vergo arrived by his own means, (not teleported by Law) and after some exchanges, Law activated his Room power exclusively to get back his heart.
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The main reason for Luffy's falling is so that the others can have the moment to shine(for now at least).But like someone said when the time comes,he will probably be at right place at the right time to save the day and to take care of Ceasar like he is supposed to.
On an other topic i hope that Baby 5 and Buffalo are really strong caracters because it seems to me like the Doflamingos are seriously outnumber against the Strawhats and co.From my perspective their defeat is obvious(maybe to obvious).But Knowing Oda he'll probably surprise us(at least i hope).This is the first real treat that the Strawhats encounter since the timeskip(for i never considerd Hordi and his fellow as a treat) so i
hopeexpect an exciting outcome.
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Mmm, that panel tells everything the Oda chooses to tell us about those previous exchanges. So, the narrative of the chapter is focused much more on the meanings of that fight for the whole plot, than in the physical details. But, still there are many questions about how Law's DF works and about what are Vergo's powers. And to me it will be nice to have some explanations,... some panels more with drawings of their power exchanges in this chapter could serve that purpose. But Oda seems to think this is not the moment to tell us about it, thought I hope he explains it in some moment.
In fact, now I'm wondering how could Law have an electrical attack?
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Is not that counter shock attack is the defibrillator of the surgeon of death?
Last edited by ukimix; October 06, 2012 at 05:35 AM.
Well, if the attack is electricity based then we may just have a hint on what's Vergo's DF ability.
Not electricity. Those sparks appeared even when Luffy one hit KO-ed Pacifista. It's a strong punch, kick, blow, force transfer. And I don't think Vergo is burned, just bruised. If Law just transfered the force of the damage he caused to him back to Vergo, don't you think the damage would be shown on the outside? Vergo's body received punishment, on the inside and outside, that's why he's smeared and bruised, and blood went out of his mouth. The fact that he can keep going shows his toughness and durability.
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Still don't think there was any electricity in any of attacks.
But you people forget the smoke. Law's attack on Vergo produces smoke. That's why I talk about electricity. If it is something different, ok, but in any case it has to produce smoke someway.
I think the name "shock" and the design highly suggest it is an electric attack. The sound effect 'Don' doesn't help unfortunately. バチ seems to mean crackle.
If Law can play with the electrons in his room, he could create static electricity. It's a bit farfetched but why not. I hope Oda will explain it one day in a SBS.
Those sparkles appear much too often to atribute them to Law's attack just like that.