i was not saying he never did i was saying i did not remember seeing it i am sorry thank for the proof i got lazy and did not look my bad
Kuma having that bible as a Vivricard book wouldn't just only make sense on how he sent them to those islands but also.
Would make it easy to track down Thriller Bark while its in the middle of the Florian Triangle.
That was a good observation by that poster.
One problem with this theory... He sent Perona to an uninhabited island (at that time)... It wasn't until (at least) days later that Zoro was sent there, and I'm pretty sure that Kuma didn't make a Vivre card of Perona... Hawk-eyes didn't show up until after the winter war.
I suppose he could've made a vivre card of a baboon, but that just seems odd.
Another problem is that "Bible" would be read in Japanese as Ba-i-boo-roo, not bee-boo-ru. You say "Bible", not "beeble". "Biburu" would be a sound more like the surname of that annoying kid pop star than what a Priest would read before he goes to sleep.
This is a stretch, really.
I quite like the theory, but there are holes. In Japanese they do just say バイブル (bai-boo-roo) and with a certain swordsman not being home when his guests arrived...that's not to say that he didn't record locations...
I dunno...like I said, I want it to work but...
I like how nobody has mentioned the fact that Kuma used to be a Revolutionary. Robin is the light of the Revolutionaries apparently. They are supposed to ensure she lives.
Kuma sent her indirectly to somewhere he knew the Revolutionaries were gonna find her.
I'm sure the rest were important too. Although we don't know how much information he has on the crew (Although considering Shakky said she was already a fan of the crew and knew how to appease Chopper.) it seems that he has deliberately sent them somewhere they can train. Already knowing Zoro wanted to be the greatest swordsman, being a shichibukai he probably knew Mihawk would train him knowing his character or just took a coin toss at that. Sanji to Ivan-sans island knowing he was a cook from the statement Sanji said as well as Ivan-san hell being a revolutionary.
Well this is all leaning me closer to the fact the Kuma did purposely sent them to specific islands.
Edit: Also I'm not a fluent in Japanese language but he did mention the language corruption with Oda, to you guys correcting him.
Aren't we all agreed that he deliberately sent the SH on specific islands? I mean it would be too coincidental and unrealistic if it weren't. The question is how on earth did Kuma thought that Boa would eventually help Luffy and not just kill him right off the bat?
Well it can't be that far of a stretch on how Shakky ridiculously foresaw it. Like how I mentioned with Kuma some what knowing Mihawk might train Zoro whether it be a coin toss for it on his part probably be the same with Boa. Boa's character isn't as hard to see compared to Mihawks.