Sunday, 16 June 2013
One Piece 712 Spoiler and Summary
One Piece 711 chapter was an amazing chapter after all, will Law really fight with Joker in the One Piece 712 Spoiler and Summary? This is very interesting then. Zoro is on his way to the Green Bit as well, he could add huge fighting power to Law team to fight with Joker and the Marine forces. I'm so eager waiting One Piece 712 Spoiler and Summary to come out by now.
One thing answered to some of our questions before was the appearance of so called fairies, I was so exited to know that what Zoro chased are the same species with what Robin and Usop found. I didn't imagine they are that cute, I thought the one Zoro encounter will be ugly haha. Gnomes people are very straight and we could see more about them in One Piece 712 Spoiler and Summary, they trust people easily and believe that Usop is their hero. Nothing less to expect from Usop when it comes to lie, but he is not a loser because he will turn all lies to become reality. Not in the One Piece 712 Spoiler and Summary but at the end of this arc, Strawhat Pirate will be more famous and they will save more people from being Joker's victim.
I got an idea why all those toys are alive and I hope there are some hint about it in One Piece 712 Spoiler and Summary, I thought they are natural in the first but it doesn't make sense at all for a toy to have real soul. My theory is they are alive because of fake devil fruit created by Joker, their original purpose could be as a worker in their factory. I expect there are many toys in the factory now working hard to produce more fake devil fruit. The one with Franky was out from the factory because he is considered unable to work already. If franky could find it in One Piece 712 Spoiler and Summary, it means a huge war because he will destroy it in an instance.
There are two fights on the road in the One Piece 712 Spoiler and Summary, one is between Law team VS Joker and marines and the other is Luffy fight group C in the Coliseum. I understand why Joker use the Mera mera fruit as a bait to get Luffy's attention, the answer is he doesn't want to fight directly with Luffy yet. I hope I can confirm it in the next One Piece 712 Spoiler and Summary, I also want to see how much stronger Luffy has become after 2 years of training. I can't wait to see the fight begin in the One Piece 712 Spoiler and Summary.
Enjoy reading, your ideas and comments are very much appreciated here.
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