One Piece is one of the most popular anime and manga series of all time, not to mention that it is also one of the longest, as it has a large number of chapters and story arcs, so today we will delve into one that is causing a stir among One Piece fans.
Something that seems quite striking to us is that the Wano arc, in the One Piece manga, has been an ups and downs of emotions, since the adventure of Luffy and company has taken them to one of the most important islands in the new world. , which was under the control of Kaido, who enslaved all the inhabitants of this place while doing experiments with them.
How could it be otherwise, Luffy would end up in a clash of ideals against Kaido, showing that they are more alike than anyone could imagine. But this is not all, since this was a great battle in which a lot of fundamental information about the story has been revealed to us, such as Luffy’s true fruit and, obviously, his new transformation, Gear Fifth.
Wano’s new dawn has finally come
In the recent One Piece chapters, we have witnessed the climax of the battle between Luffy and Kaido, where each used their most powerful attack. But the outcome seems to be set, and the Captain of the Beasts Pirates has finally been defeated.
In the last panels of the manga, we can see Momonosuke conversing with the ancestral elephant Zunesha, in which he states that Oden’s youngest son is not yet ready to open the country’s borders to the world. Because Momonosuke has the transformation of a dragon, the people of Wano mistake him for Kaido, but he quickly proves his identity and confirms that Kaido has finally been defeated.
At the end of the chapter, we can see Kyoshiro appear to leave a message of hope to the people of Wano, saying that it has been a long journey, but they have finally brought a new Shogun to the country. The identity of this person who will be the Shogun of Wano has not been confirmed yet, but we could think that it will be Momonosuke and Komurasaki, the sons of Oden, who have been guided by destiny to liberate the island.