One Piece Chapter 892 was out a couple of days ago, and I hope that you all have read it already. If you haven’t, then you’ll be spoiled, so I suggest reading the chapter before continuing with this post. If you have already read it, let’s begin. One Piece resumed after a two week break with Chapter 892, and I think it didn’t disappoint.
Usually, One Piece I’d really good and Oda barely ever delivers a boring chapter. This one was pretty great as well. There wasn’t a lot of action during this chapter, but the information that we received, and the build-up we got was absolutely amazing. There were a lot of great moments that stood out during the chapter. I know that a lot of you are probably thinking about Luffy vs Katakuri, and how Luffy was given the “Whitebeard treatment” by Katakuri, but that’s not what I want to talk about.
I actually want to talk about Big Mom. During Chapter 892, we saw that Big Mom finally noticed the cake on Bege’s ship, and she left the Strawhats and began chasing it. Bege himself turned around and headed to liquor island, which was nearby. Sanji, and Pudding left and got on to the Thousand Sunny.
Meanwhile, the Big Mom Pirate Fleet split into two. Perospero was leading the Fleet that followed Big Mom and Capone Bege, while Charlotte Smoothie was now following the Strawhat Pirates. It looks like there is no escape from Whole Cake Island for them right now, but I’m sure something will open up.
When Capone reaches the Liquor island, he will feed the cake to Big Mom, and after she eats it, he will try to assassinate her once again. The last attempt failed badly, but it looks like he isn’t giving up. This time assassinating Big Mom will be a lot easier for him because Sanji’s cake can potentially knock her out. If that really is the case, then I think Big Mom is in a bug trouble. But, will she actually die? No. That’s just not going to happen.
Instead, I’m sure that whatever Capone Bege is planning will backfire once again, and then he’ll only be saved by either the Vinsmokes, or forgiven by Big Mom herself for feeding the cake to her. Don’t expect a Yonko to fall down so easily. Big Mom will surprise everyone, and I don’t even think that she’ll be knocked out in the first place. The cake is the only hope for both the Strawhat Pirates, and the Firetank Pirates as well. Otherwise, they’ll be doomed at Whole Cake Island, and they’ll die pretty soon. I think as Pudding said, once Mama has the cake, she’ll probably forgive the Strawhat Pirates and let them go.
6 Strongest Haki Users In Whole Cake Island
Haki is one of the most powerful abilities that one can use in the world of One Piece. Top characters like a Yonko, and their subordinates have access to it, and they’re generally really good at using it. At Whole Cake Island, we saw several people showcase their powers, and today I’ve made a list of the strongest Haki users we’ve seen there. Let’s begin –
6. Vinsmoke Sanji
Sanji is a member of the Strawhat Pirates, and he was the around whom the Whole Cake Island arc was centered. Sanji hasn’t been involved in any major fights since he’s been to the New World. However, both his Observation Haki, and Armament Haki were seen at Whole Cake Island. He was able to use Haki at several points, and event though Katakuri tried to see the future and kill him with a jellybean, he dodged it using his own Observation Haki.
Jinbe has been vital to the Strawhats in this arc. He has been the most important character there, arguably. At the Tea Party, Jinbe used Busoshoku Haki for the first time. Later, when he tanked a hit from Big Mom, he used Haki to defend himself yet again.
4. Charlotte Cracker
Charlotte Cracker is a Sweet Commander of the Big Mom Pirates. He is a powerful character, who can use both Haki, and Devil Fruit powers. Cracker’s Armament Haki is insanely powerful. According to Luffy, it was far stronger than anything that he had ever faced at that point. It was far superior to Luffy’s Armament Haki.