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Luffy as a part of his own abilities? What does that mean? So this Kaidou defeated Moria by wiping Moria's and his entire army of zombies including general zombies' asses?
Now that's something! Dr. Hogback seems to imply only Brook and themselves know about the zombie weaknesses. So this Kaidou guy wiped out Moria without exploring upon that weakness.
Either Kaidou is super strong, or he has a huge army.
Damnz here made a very good argument. Not many of us even considered the possibility that Kaidou is a part of the Revolutionary. The HQ of Revolutionary is located in the New World. For Dragon to fight pinky against pinky with the World Government, he must have some powerful subordinates.
Then again, the citizens of the New World must be monsters themselves in order to survive in a world where the four great powers gather and warring against. Kaidou might just be somebody new.
As for Pandaman, maybe he is the FINAL Shichibukai! It all fits in! An animal theme and unusual power of teleporting everywhere! Luffy must be tired of beef and sea kings by now, why not Panda meat?
Moria may have not met Hogback when he fought Kaidou which means at the time Moria didn´t have a zombie army to begin with. Moria said to Luffy that years ago Moria was too overconfident in his abilities. This could mean that Moria fought Kaidou when he was still too overconfident and lost Kaidou and started to make a zombie army AFTER he lost to Kaidou.
Revolutionary is a group? Since when? All I remember is it being a title for Dragon(as in Che Guevara the revolutionary).Originally Posted by DukeTheGold
Make no mistake, Revolutionary is an army, Dragon is the head of it. Robin herself stated that when Garp burped out Dragon's full name.
In a normal sense, having Oz as his subordinate would not increase Moria's own combat capabilities whatsoever. Kaidou still would be able to wipe Moria from the face of the earth. So Moria counted Oz as a part of his own strength to off set that balance. He is referring to "me", instead of "us". So Moria is really self-centered.
Think about it.
Are you SURE???
Please allow the possibility of it to exist. Besides, I am pretty certain that people do not referred the second part of the grand line as the "New World" just for the bunch of super powers there. There must be something very fundamentally different about the New World from the first part of the Grand Line.
Last edited by DukeTheGold; 08-09-2007 at 10:36 PM.
Maybe there just aren't citizens in the New World. Only a place for islands with pirates and more pirates, or only a few islands with nothing special and a special ocean with some awesome anormal characteristics. Heh, just let's Oda surprise us again