One Piece Chapter 922 just dropped and yet again, Oda gave us a 10/10 chapter. Every week, I think to myself what could Oda possibly think of that could best the previous chapter, and a week later, I’m stunned seeing another incredible chapter drop. One Piece 922 was no different, and in my opinion, was completely insane. Kaido’s powers were put under focus, and it seems he truly is every bit as powerful as they say.
One Piece 923 Spoilers
People fear Kaido so much they start abandoning Okobore Town. Even someone like Jack and even Hawkins tremble at his sight. Kaido is soon redirected towards the Oden Castle, and he proceeds to blow it away with a move called Borobreath, or Heat Wave. Luffy, Law, Kinemon, and OKiku had already abandoned the Castle. The ones remaining were the Strawhats.
It seems as if they might have taken quite some damage, but I’m sure that they’re all safe. Luffy was on his way to Okobore Town to save the people, and Law was going after him to stop him. But seeing his friends getting attacked by Kaido pushed Luffy over the edge. He couldn’t hold back anymore and unleashed an Elephant Gun right on top of Kaido’s head.
I’ve seen people getting mad at Luffy hitting Kaido, but I don’t understand what you guys want. Luffy saw his friends get hurt. What do you think he should be done. Kaido is in no mood to stop rampaging, and since he’s indestructible, he certainly didn’t take any damage. I’m sure that Kaido won’t be hurt at all, and that he will wreck Luffy and Law in the next chapter of One Piece. According to some early spoilers, Kaido’s true form will be revealed in the next chapter of One Piece.
Where To Read One Piece 923?
There are some unofficial sites that allow you to read One Piece manga. However, even if you read the scanlation, please support the official release by waiting for the official release, which will help the anime and manga community. We will see One Piece return in Jump Issue 49. The scans will be out by Friday next week. One Piece Chapter 923 returns officially on 5 November 2018.