Sunday, 14 July 2013
One Piece 715 Spoiler and Summary
After reading One Piece 714, we want more and more pages in One Piece 715 Spoiler and Summary. One of the most coolest thing was when Luffy punched Hajrudin the Giant, his punch was strong enough to put down the giant enemy. Luffy hasn't use any of haki attack, what kind of chapter in One Piece 715 Spoiler and Summary when Luffy use haki? Things like surprises will definitely the main attraction in One Piece 715 Spoiler and Summary. One thing everybody is sure now is, Luffy will definitely will get the mera mera fruit. If anything might happen, let it happen after Luffy get the mera mera fruit as a respect to his late brother Ace.
In the One Piece 715 Spoiler and Summary, we should be seeing some progress of Law fight against Joker and Issho. If Zoro did not arrive at the right time, Law might be in a very serious condition by now. But if Zoro arrived there at the right time, we probably seeing them fighting evenly at least in the beginning. One Piece 715 Spoiler and Summary is very crucial chapter, because we suppose to see their pre-outcome in the One Piece 715 Spoiler and Summary. The marine and world government will be for sure astonished seeing what Zoro can do. They should be at least understand of what Straw Hat Pirate is capable with after 2 years of harsh training.
Sanji, Franky, and the Samurai should be busy evacuating and destroying the factory in One Piece 715 Spoiler and Summary. They might also in the middle of serious fight with Joker underlying, Sanji will fight and defeat them easily with his new strength. One Piece 715 Spoiler and Summary could be also the chapter where Sanji begin his fight with CP-0. This is where his true level of fighting will be measured, an amazing fight between Sanji and the CP-0 is waiting in the One Piece 715 Spoiler and Summary.
Usop and Robin will appear as well in One Piece 715 Spoiler and Summary, together with the army in the Flower Field. The so called fairies should have their planning already, but most probably they will submit to Usop as their new hero. Straw Hat Pirate just found another solid reason to fight Joker, Luffy will definitely put all his strength to save the dwraves. Group fight with group, Usoland will lwad to fight another crowd of Joker underlings. A lot of devil fruit user will be fighting from the country of Gnomes, the fight will be hilarious fight because dwraves like to fight in invisible mode.
It was very funny to see what happen to Nami, Choper,Broke, and the kid, they all become as a doll including their ship Sunny. But that will be only temporary because they will settle it in the One Piece 715 Spoiler and Summary. Only 1 devil fruit user that attacked them, while they have 3 devil fruit user on their side. I was not because they are weak, but they were holding their attack in other to protect their ship Sunny. Nami alone is more than able to fight against the intruder, we will be amazed if Oda shows some of Nami strength in One Piece 715 Spoiler and Summary. Now World in One Piece shows to us, that a lot more to cover in the One Piece 715 Spoiler and Summary.
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