I was thinking how Shuron Hakke could be Kaido's way of mimicking awakening. Given Kaido's mastery of the fruit and the way he spoke about awakening, it was left ambiguous whether he himself has. He said the mind catching up to the power is part of it, while an argument is that Kaido's mind did not catch up to the Dragon powers due to his violent nature being contradictory to the azure Dragon's benevolent nature
I am utterly disgusted to be in this forum right now, surrounded by some individuals who possess an extremely detrimental mindset that demonstrates a lack of empathy and respect for others. Sharing spaces with individuals who exhibit such negative and cruel attitudes can have a negative impact on your own emotional and mental well-being. Sasaki Kojiro is feeling disgusted.🤢🤢🤮🤮🤮🤮
I was thinking about Base Kaido vs BM fight and how the battles was destroying the island itself. Akainu - Aokiji 10 day fight was hyped due to changing the environment of an island permanently but chads like Kaido and BM can destroy an island in minutes with their raw power lol.
The death of Kaidou can be seen as an appropriate ending to his journey as the King of Beasts. Although many may view death as a negative thing, Kaidou may have believed that death is the only way to achieve perfection and completeness. He dedicated his life to the pursuit of strength and power, and in being defeated in battle, he may have found the satisfaction he had been seeking.
One of the best vice admirals was killed by a civilian who doesn't have any special skills, and the funniest thing is that when he killed one of the best vice admirals in the headquarters, the civilian must have been hungry.
I came to a conclusion that rooting against Aokiji here would sound bad for me... In fact, it is more beneficial for Aokiji to defeat Old Garp. If we take Oda's idiotic scale seriously, Old Garp = Old Roger = Old WB (without illnesses). This means that Old Garp is more powerful than Old WB version MF (which is obvious).