A break at Weekly Shonen Jump made ONE PIECE readers wait an extra week. What will happen to Luffy and Kaido? Will the Battle of Onigashima End? Oda answered some of these questions in Chapter 1014 of ONE PIECE.

The title of the new chapter is dedicated Kanjuro, the traitor-actor of the Kurozumi family who managed to save himself through the broken headphones. But this week's ONE PIECE story begins with Kaido Luffy watching the fall. The protagonist has passed out again and seems to have ended the haki he used badly against the emperor. The latter shows that Luffy is not Joy Boywhen he sees him fall into the water.

Bao Huang arrives at the scene and tells her that he has an important announcement to make to everyone on the island. The scene changes to Yamato, who is on his way, and Momonosuke, who while reading Oden's diary discovers that he absolutely does not have to die. We then go on with the important clashes Chopper versus Queen. The reindeer improved his Rumble Balls thanks to the intervention of Caesar Clown, who improved his formula and allowed him up to 30 minutes of transformation, albeit with some risk. Meanwhile, Perospero continues to hurt both Chopper and the Samurai, while Queen is reluctant to give in.

At that moment, Kaido's announcement comes. While Jinbe, Brook, Robin and all the other Mugiwaras fight their opponents, he comes announced that Luffy is dead as well as the Red Foders, and that the Emperor will welcome those who immediately surrender to his ranks. The Mugiwara refuse, of course, while Kaido returns to the corridors of his island.

Kinemon and Kiku have reached Momonosuke but are confronted by Kanjuro. Disguised as an Oden, he mortally wounds Kiku, but is then seriously injured by Kinemon. However, there is no time to breathe when Kaido storms into the room. When Momonosuke and Shinobu escape, Kinemon is hit hard by the Emperor's Kanabo. In the meantime, Onigashima reaches Wano: the The destruction of ONE PIECE's samurai island is at hand.

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