Monday, 18 March 2013
One Piece 702 Spoiler Predictions-1
While waiting for real spoiler for One Piece 702, i keep looking for it or any similar to it. And just now i found few One Piece 702 Spoiler Prediction. Credit to mangaspoiler.
One Piece 702 Spoiler by Yawn:
Cover: Kehihihihi in the New World – Volume 23
Caribou uses his swamp-swamp ability to ingest all the big weapons those unknown guys are producing in the factory. His tummy is full of those weapons and when he tries to sneak out, he is detected, and alarms go off. That moment can be seen on the cover (Caribou with a belly full of big guns standing lamely near the door while the alarms are buzzing).
Factory Destruction & Samurai Rescue Team (Luffy, Zoro, Sanji, Franky, Kinemon)
Luffy keeps conversing with the blind old man, and the others join them.
Luffy (with sparkling eyes): ”Whoooooooo, I knew you are strong, Ossan!”
Zoro (thinking): Just what kind of sword technique was that??
Old Blind Man: ”Oh, don’t mention it. I’m thankful for your help Young Man. ThoughI really have to leave now.” (leaves)
Franky: ”I don’t know who the heck he was, but we rather start searching for that factory.”
Sanji: ”That’s right, there’s noone left here who could give us any info about the island.”
All of them are leaving the pub
Zoro (thinking): ”I have a sinister feeling about that man.”
They enter the streets of Dressrosa once again
Caesar Exchange Team (Law, Usopp, Robin and CC)
The team arrives at the northern shores of Dressrosa and Law is shown looking ahead at a long dingy and extremely dangerous-looking half-destroyed wooden suspension bridge.
Usopp: ”No way I can cross that bridge! You know I have a can’t-cross-dicky-bridges disease!
Robin: ”Don’t be afraid, being the only non-Devil Fruit user among the four of us, you are our only ray of hope if something happens and we were to fall into the sea, full of monsters.
Usopp: ”Waaaa! You scare me even more! Why couldn’t I stay on the ship!?”
Law: “Shut up, they might already be coming after us. We must hurry to Green Bit.”
Meanwhile in the palace of Donquixote Doflamingo…
The little girl receives a Den Den Mushi call
”I see, thanks for telling. I’ll notify the Young Master in an instant.”
She goes into Doflamingo’s room.
”Young Master, one of our puppet patrol warriors reported that Straw Hat Luffy was seen in Acacia. He is accompanied by four other men.”
Doflamingo: ”Fufufufufu. Those guys really have balls to walk into my kingdom like this. If Law is not with Strawhat , I can chat with him about the Mera Mera at last. Fufufufufu. Let them come if they want to.”
[Source :One Piece bay ]
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