The sfx stands for hit, so Kaido did in fact directly hit Law, he aimed at Law, while Zoro was hit by the blast. Law took both the blast (for whatevr it is worth it didnt even put down heavily injured Zoro) in addition to a direct hit from the club
200 men lmao Suckazuki is really nothing but a flaming turd, and they say Ldmirals are equal to yonkos :cantseeme:
I thought Suckazuki was supposed to be more feral and aggressive foreign policywise than Sengoku, now you think Sengoku is such a little punani like magma he would back off :josad...
you can see there are three exclamation marks which always follows from a blitzing move. Same with how Fujitora blitzed Zoro who didnt react to Fuji´in time, Sanji was not prepared for the switch (!!!) :cheers:
Vergo and Fuji, adCoC and AdCoA respectively :myman:
The blade is not in closeness to his body so he didnt block with the sword, just with the guard. Maybe he did use haki inhis guard like when he blocked Doffy's string attack. He doesn't use hardening in his sword to begin with though, he never did against Doffy.
Doesn't make his bones weaker lol and Sanji did better than Kuri at knocking out Luffy. You are just out to troll Sanji and I know that's fun so I dont blame you :josad::sanmoji:
No, not for the Thunder Bagua hit he didn't use any technique to protect himself, and seeing how he was blitzed he...
No, it's not non-hakied, and haki clashes have sfx to signify when both sides have haki which in this case it doesn't have, when we know Sanji used haki against King who is an opponent Sanji considered weaker than Vergo
Vergo used ryou, very simply