BB has 0 so he is the weakest.
BB has 0 so he is the weakest.
And Luffy's bounty was 0 in the beginning. Are you saying that before he defeated Arlong, he was the weakest pirate in the world?
I don't think that person was being serious.
No. That person was clearly not being serious.
im not sayin thats not correc but if they did want people who had history with yokou then luffy would automatically qualify for a position
As we all have guessed the final fight to decide the pirate king will be between luffy and the following:
and possibily the strongest man to ever live in the one piece world GOL D. ROGERS. I am still not convinced this man was captured and then decapitated by mere WG soldiers for his execution. someone of his stature and strength to take on enemies as strong as any of the yonkou and his countless battles between him and whitebeard makes me think he is still alive somehow. luffy will have to fight someone extremely strong to the point where he'll probablydiscover a new gear. Shanks being on the level of whitebeard he could possibly push luffy to that limit. If anyone disagrees, please send a reasonable explination, or correction to my theory. Thanks.
A thousand people watched him get decapitated.
wrong forum by the way
If anyone who was ever with a Yonkou became a Shichibukai, then why isn't Buggy one?
I flipped a coin, heads for merging with the Yonkou thread, tails for the Shichibukai.
It was heads.
AP reading comprehension, always top notch!
I think what you quoted was something like a type 2 conditional sentence.
In this case the simple past (did) expresses not an action in the past but a condition.
In order to express the unreal, the hypothetical, the speculative, or imagined (all those being the same in this case), English has adopted an interesting habit of moving time one step backward.
For present unreal events, we put the verb in the condition clause one step back — into the past:
* If the Bulls won another championship, Roberto would drive into Chicago for the celebration.
Even if Luffy defeated an emperor, 123 would still doubt that the SHs can defeat his crew.
...or something like that.
what u have said makes no sense, but if luffy was to defeat an yonkou it would most likely be shanks, being they have close history shanks would only say he wouldn't be holding back in a fight with luffy, when actualality he would be holding some of his strength back, i mean he's an emperor after all he is one the same equal footing as whitebeard when it comes to battle.
Too bad that'd make for lame fight.
Besides, if Luffy won't be strong enough to face Shanks or Whitebeard head on when he faces one or the other, then that'd be twenty years of Oda's life wasted on way too much paper to even bother measuring.
Elric makes perfect sense. It's just beyond your comprehension!
But anyway, I hope they don't go to the New World so soon. What about the other 3 seas? Nami wants to make a map of the whole world, so they have to go eventually (better not be after the series' finale).
And as for the Yonkou, I can't think of anything interesting or new to comment on. What we know and don't know is so clear cut that there's nothing to say.
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