Saturday, 8 June 2013

One Piece 711 Spoiler and Summary


Finally the One Piece 710 was out and it time for One Piece 711 Spoiler and Summary to take place. Previously One Piece 710 shows Luffy talking with Bellamy, seems like Luffy is giving him morale support. One thing I like about the new Bellamy is, he became more mature and knew where his foot standing. To acknowledge Luffy must be very hard thing to Bellamy, but that is the right thing to do in the very first place. Belamy has become strong now, the proof is he can sense and understand Luffy's development haki power.

This is just my theories and I don't want it to happen, from my judgment we will never see Luffy to win the battle. The appearance of Law team is a strong point to say that the attention has moved from Luffy's fight to Green Bit Island. For the next  One Piece 711 Spoiler and Summary, we will find out what Robin has caught, all we will find in the future are either Luffy won the battle of the battle was interrupted by Dofla family. Interruption is likely to happen as it's Oda style, but we cannot see it in the next One Piece 711 Spoiler and Summary. We will not see it in One Piece 712 Spoiler and Summary too, but somewhere in the future.

It's very surprisingly how danger is the fighting fish, they attacked the iron bridge like nothing. But those level of strengths are still nothing to them. The appearance of Marine force in the Green Bit island was a surprise to me, but judging from Law's response it must be under his plan too (it just the result is far better from his expectation). Law must be scheming on something, and I hope we can find out in One Piece 711 Spoiler and Summary. Things become interesting, i'm dying to see what One Piece 711 Spoiler and Summary looks like.

On the last page in One Piece 710 chapter, Robin manage to caught one of the invisible man. Now, here is my theory about this new species. I believe what Robin caught is the same with what Zoro stumbled before (so called Fairy), in this case Zoro already saw them and very likely Zoro already in the Green Bit as well. I imagine a little bit far, but I wish to confirm that theory in One Piece 711 Spoiler and Summary. I'm not surprise if something different to happen again in the One Piece 711 Spoiler and Summary, because Oda is always unpredictable but always great story teller.

One Piece 711 Spoiler and Summary could promise great story, many question has been risen and many clues also had given. All we can do is to wait and read One Piece 711 Spoiler and Summary, i'm not sure what possible situation for the other team yet. Maybe we don't see their updates in just One Piece 711 Spoiler and Summary, maybe in the later chapter.

Enjoy reading, your ideas and comments are very much appreciated here.


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