The Chaos is Reaching its Peak on Onigashima
One Piece Chapter 1032 Review/Recap
This is just something I’ve noticed from years of reading and watching One Piece that needs to be said. The closer an arc gets to its peak, the more chaotic and insane it becomes. Thus, when the story jumps between multiple viewpoints, it’s a sign that the climax of chaos is coming. As the fight on Onigashima reaches that climax, One Piece works to tie up any and all loose ends, of which there are many.
Also, keep reading until the end to hear something special about the 1000th episode of One Piece before it airs the night that I publish this.
At this point, the situation for the Beast Pirates on Onigashima’s devolving into everyone for themselves. As the fire Kanjuro and Orochi started blazes, it begins to affect everyone on the island. The fire demon continues descending to the armory, but it cuts off the CP0 agents from Brook and Robin, letting them escape. When the Agents see that Apoo and Drake have spotted them, and decide to eliminate witnesses. Angered, the two pirates team up to take out the two agents.
Meanwhile, the fight between Zoro and King continues, but Zoro’s not doing so hot. King counters every attack Zoro makes, leaving him frustrated and looking for answers on what King is. That’s when Zoro hears a shamisen playing, making Enma act and start draining Zoro of all his Haki. Elsewhere, Orochi hears the same thing, prompting him to leave his hiding spot for the adjacent room. There, he’s shocked to find none other than Hiyori, who has resumed her guise as Komurasaki.
What the heck is going on?
Like I said, the growing chaos only means that the arc’s reaching its long-awaited climax. While many fans would like to simply return to the fight between Luffy and Kaido, Oda’s doing all of this to wrap up any loose ends. Of which there are a lot. However, what I want to focus on is the fact that Hiyori appeared in front of Orochi. While part of me wants to believe its an illusion or a disguise, I think that is the real Hiyori. Which begs the question: how did she get inside the castle?
If this is the real Hiyori, then she’s no doubt doing this in order to fulfill her vow to end the tyrant’s life for what he’s done to Wano. As cool as that would be, it also puts her at the very real risk of dying, which would break the hearts of everyone who know her. In addition, I want Orochi’s death to be very public and equal to the amount of pain he’s caused Wano, with either Momo or Zoro as the ones to kill him.
From the look of things, we won’t be getting back to Luffy anytime soon; at least not until the last of Kaido’s allies are dealt with. If the Alliance can stop the fire, though, then I’m about ready to declare them the victor’s of this war. It’s going to happen!
One Piece Episode 1000 Special Event
Before we head out, I would like to remind everyone that tonight marks the premiere of the 1000th episode of One Piece. Thus, Funimation and Toei Animation have teamed up to stream the whole thing live on YouTube. There’s going to fan events, videos, streaming the last two episodes, and it all leads up to the 1000th episode on the night that this is published. The stream’s right here.
I Give “Oden’s Beloved Blade” a 3.5/5
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I think she’s going break Orochi’s heart- shatter it into pieces fro everything he’s done. And once his will to live is broken- he’ll be kept alive in the udon prison, forced to mine Sea prism stone for the rest of his miserable existence. He needs to suffer- death is the easy out for him. Though if she WANTED to right now; it’s not like I’d blame her. But…….CAN she? Does she know how to use a sword? And will it even be the thing that does him in?
If you ask me, Oda’s setting us up for his version of the legend of Yamata no Orochi. In Japanese mythology, an eight-headed serpent known as Orochi tried to claim a beautiful woman for itself. But the god Susanoo fought and slew the monster. Orochi is the monster, Hiyori is the woman. The question is: who is our Susanoo.
My money is on Yamato or Momonosuke