To the extent that anime One Piece officially started the war on Onigashima, he is also setting the very important stage for what is to come with his 1000th episode. Warning! The following in The Truth News will talk about spoilers.
The War for Wano Country It has been developing for the better part of the two years in the anime, and while there is still a lot to cover considering what happened in the manga version of the battle, seeing the war finally begin in the anime is a very good step. ahead.
While episode 1000 gets a trailer and release date, there is still no way to guess what the anime has planned. The suspense of episode 996 of the series offers a glimpse of what we might expect to see in the next few episodes, as the final moments of the episode saw Luffy officially declare war.
Luffy in anime One Piece episode 996
The Episode 996 resumed right after the Akazaya Nine atacaran a Kaido, and Luffy had been waiting for them to make their move, as this was their war to begin with. But now that the samurai have officially begun their battle, it is time for him to fully let go.
Because while Luffy had been terrible at keeping himself hidden and thus had already been fighting Kaido’s forces. Another thing is that the Captain of the Straw Hat crew officially declares that this is all-out war on the island.
Not only that, but he declares war on Kaido, Big Mom, and anyone else who decides to intervene in his war. This occurs moments after he and Big Mom started fighting each other, and after Kin’emon and the other Akazaya declare their loyalty to him, as they believe that he will be the one to help usher in a new dawn for the region.
This declaration of war will also be a boon to everyone else’s pride, and that means waiting for episode 1000 will be much more difficult! Previously, we reported 992 episode spoilers, Yamato’s desire to become Oden, and the thousandth episode is just a short walk away.
What is the best place to see One Piece?
One of the best sites for watch the One Piece anime legally it is Crunchyroll, but other platforms like Funimation and Netflix they have the episodes available. Likewise, fans can read the manga of Eiichiro Oda on MANGA More.