The conflict between Monkey D. Luffy's and Kaido's ambitions weighs heavily on both of them, while potentially causing massive damage to the entire island of Onigashima and its inhabitants. In the new chapter of ONE PIECE Eiichiro Oda gives us a different perspective and quickly delves into the past of the powerful Emperor.

By Title"The world it should be"Chapter 1049, available on Manga Plus, begins with the direct confrontation between Luffy and Kaido, both trying very hard. to words "You can't change the world" Going back many years, Kaido will remember some of the milestones of his life. From first demonstrating his true abilities when he was just ten years old to the emergence of his rebellious streak determined to take sides against government decisions and the untouchability of the Celestial Dragons.

In the end, his actions and his strength guaranteed him several important encounters, such as with Whitebeard, and above all the opportunity to Become part of the Pirates of Rocks. Hailed by his men after leaving the occupation, Kaido expressed his desire for a world where war defines the worth of men, and shortly after a conversation between the Emperor and the King about Joy Boy, the shifts scene to the present.

While the Mugiwara and their allies appear safe thanks to a torrent of water dousing the flames in the castle, Orochi was eventually defeated by Denjiro. Yamato realizes that clouds are no longer supporting Onigashima, and in a frenetic sequence we witness the bold intervention of Momonosuke who manages to create clouds to support Onigashima and the final attack with which Luffy manages to knock out Kaido.

Kaido recalls his words spoken years earlier and ascribes the title Joy Boy, or the one who could have defeated him, to the protagonist.

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