Tuesday, 26 March 2013
One Piece 703 Spoiler Is Out
Credit : Aohige / mangaspoiler
Color Spread: Mugiwara crew are in a broken boat rounded by sharks.
One Piece Chapter 703: “Waiting Room”
The thug explains that there cannot be two of the same devil fruit at the same time,
but once a fruit user dies, the fruit reappears somewhere in the world.
Luffy expresses he wants the Mera Mera fruit. He asks Franky if he wants to eat it, but Franky doesn’t want to lose his ability to swim.
Luffy says he can’t eat it since he has the rubber fruit, but he doesn’t want someone else to take his brother’s fruit.
Franky guesses this may be Doflamingo’s trap, but at the same time tells Luffy to not let go of this chance.
Either way they have to go to the Colosseum anyways, might as well not leave any regrets.
Zoro is chasing the fairy, but Sanji is distracted by flamenco dancers on the stage.
The dancing girl Violet gives him a wink.
Sanji loses the sight of Zoro, and contemplates on leaving him on this island, when Violet approach him and ask him to hug her.
Some soldiers are chasing her around with rifles in their hands….
Sanji of course goes in a flood of noseblood.
She says she’s being chased by cops for stabbing a man.
WHen Sanji says he’s perfectly find with a sabby woman, she claims she’s falling in love with Sanji tells him there’s a man she wants dead…
At the colosseum, cops are chasing the wanted “Toy Soldier”, the same one who chased the children away last chapter.
The shoot him, but he easily dodges the bullets with “Jet Walk”
He is one-legged soldier, and jumps in the area of the colosseum, telling the cops that this is Donquioxte family’s private area, and off-limits for cops and marines, and if they shoot him now, they will become the criminals.
He meets Luffy and Franky, and dances around to make Luffy laugh.
But he realizes Franky just wants him out of the way so they can get through.
He blushes red, and says it’s a duty of a toy to make people happy.
Luffy enters the colosseum as “LUcy” entry number 0556
The place is filled with macho warriors, and in particular a 51-time monthly champion Spartan takes note of Luffy. He doesn’t like him.
He tells Luffy this place is no place for a little weakling brat, and picks a fight with Luffy.
Luffy, of course, one shots him to the ground. LOL.
End of chapter
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