Monkey D Luffy vs Katakuri has been going on for a long time in the Mirror World now. It began about 10 chapters ago, and we even had some breaks in between. Back in Chapter 889, we saw that Luffy was preparing to go back into the mirror world, and a couple of chapters later, he was finally there.
Luffy was originally out to regain his Haki which he had lost after extensively using Gear 4th against Charlotte Katakuri. But this time, surprisingly, he didn’t go for Gear 4th. Rather, he decided to do something unprecedented. He decided to try and look into the future just like Katakuri himself.
Luffy is not an Observation Haki specialist. He cannot use it as well as many other characters can do. But with enough training, I think he can actually pull it off. That’s the way Oda is intending for it to happen, it seems. So, how can Katakuri be defeated? The biggest issue in defeating Charlotte Katakuri is his Observation Haki. You cannot do anything against him, because he will read you like a book.
This is what Katakuri said himself. But, if you do want to beat him, there are only two things you can do. Either distract him, so he cannot see the future, or see the same future that Katakuri does. So in order to beat Katakuri, all Luffy needs to do is to see the same future that Katakuri sees.
The only way to do that is for Luffy to improve his Observation Haki. We saw that he was able to see glimpses of the future in this chapter. Katakuri himself said that even though Luffy was doing to inconsistently, he was able to see a bit into the future. However, he cannot see as much into the future as Katakuri can. So that’s a big problem.
Right now, it seems like Luffy has to improve his Observation Haki to Katakuri’s level. If he can do that, then Gear 4th should be enough to get the job done. Imagine, Gear 4th with the power to see the future. Luffy will become a monster! However, there is a big drawback to that and it is his Haki limit. Gear 4th is already a lot taxing on Luffy. If he pairs it with CoO, it will drain him even faster. So Luffy will need to deal with Katakuri in one blow.
One Piece Creator Just Caused A Huge Controversy In The Latest Chapter
Hey everyone! One Piece chapter 891 is out, and if you haven’t checked it out already, I think you should. This post will contain spoilers from the chapter, so it’s better if you continue once you’ve read the chapter. But if you already have, then let’s begin. As a mangaka, you would never really want serious criticism to affect your work. One Piece is one of the best works out there, and i think that’s a fact that everyone acknowledges.
So much so that the fans of One Piece have nicknamed Eiichiro Oda as “GODA”; a reference to how great his work is, and I generally agree. However, there is something in that Oda did in One Piece chapter 891 that is inexplicable. If you’ve read the chapter, you probably know what I’m talking about.
One Piece Chapter 891 introduced a new character to us, the 33rd daughter of Big Mom, Charlotte Flambe. Flambe is present in the Mirror World, where Luffy is fighting against Katakuri. She comments on how great Katakuri is, and that’s pretty all we saw her doing. But, there something very disturbing about this. According to the manga, Flambe is 15 years old.
Charlotte Pudding is the 35th daughter of Big Mom, meaning that her age is less than 15 years, probably around 13 – 14. If you’re a fan of the series, you would probably know that Pudding was supposed to be the bride of Vinsmoke Sanji. I don’t think anyone really saw this coming. Since Sanji is 21, and Pudding was supposed to be his bride, everyone assumed that she would be around the same age as he was. But, it looks like Oda had other plans. With Pudding, he has really done something that will receive a lot of backlash from the community.
That’s not all. Pudding has been sexualized in the manga, and the anime lots of times. But, that is something common in the world of anime, and manga. Wrong as it may appear to some, it is some that happens in every manga.