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Ope Ope no Mi Allow its user not only to move things inside the sphere as he want,but it allow him to "operate" as a surgeon as well.So it's not surprise that he can use some electro-choc since it is must for a surgeon.
Surgeon can't teleport objects in a room. I don't think operation has to be taken that literally but that's only my opinion
Well everything in one piece is over exaggerated especially when it comes to Devil fruit.So in Law's case since the surgeon doesn't have a nurse to bring him stuff,i should say that teleportation is the one playing that role
is jut me or a lot of other ppl stop reading most of text in OP??
It is similar to the way Law pants in current chapter:
If in the first case, Vergo and Law haven't fought each other previously to te moment Law started to pant, then it is possible that neither in present time they have fought previously to the moment Law activated his Room. In such a case, events would be:
- Vergo advances as quickly as he can to stop Law.
- Since it takes some time, and since Law has to be stopped, he starts to press in Law's heart (in the same way he did when he arrived PH; remember that Doflamingo asked him to torture Law, so he can't just killl him).
- Law starts to feel pain, to pant,... he can barely move...
- So he understands that the moment to get back his heart has come (it's now or never)...
- He activates his Room teleporting Vergo, ... takes back his heart from Vergo... etc.
Here, there is no ellipse of Vergo vs Law's fight. Possible, isnt it?
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It makes a lot of sense, since it's consistence with those possible events: in the first moment, Vergo didn't think on using Law's heart at all, (he just went to A building and started to eliminate everyone, not paying any special attention to Law). He thought only with his powers he could beat Law, (which is consistent with Law's conviction than Vergo's interference is a big obstacle for his plan). But Doflamingo's order (to stop and torture Law) just would have triggered Vergo's choice to use Law's heart.
Last edited by ukimix; October 07, 2012 at 10:09 AM.
I dont trust law...sry guys i think he is bad news. my guess is Doflamingo works for kaido. Law wants to kill kaido imo. Kaido must have done something which made law leave doflamingo.
I think Law's electricity-like attack was the same as a regular heart squish, just that he doesn't need to have the enemy's heart in his hand to do that. It seems to have the same effect as when Vergo squishes Law's heart. And, he calls it "Counter shock", which seems to imply it's related to some Vergo's attack.
It's not related to Vergo for sure since he already used it against a Yeti brother
isn't it a kind of defibrillator made by the surgeon Law himself? I saw it in this way...
We get the analogy with the defibrillator. The problem is how does he make it since his fruit power is not suppose to create things out of nowhere.
When I first saw Law use counter shock, I didn't think twice about it. It seemed natural that it was a defibrillator type effect. Considering what we've seen of Brook's Yomi Yomi no Mi, Robin's Hana Hana no Mi, and Califa's Awa Awa no Mi, I wouldn't be surprised at the different things Law can do inside his operating room that might seem completely unrelated (who could've guessed that soap can drain someone's power?). I'm sure we'll see a lot more of his abilities since we haven't really seen a drawn out battle centered around him yet (aside from Smoker... but they weren't trying to kill each other).
Anyways, I also wanted to say gratz to ukimix since he was spot on last week when he predicted the similarities between Monet's abilities with the Yuki-onna folklore.