One Piece Episode 370


Brook, who suddenly appeared, was able to save Usopp in time and also brought a bag of salt with him. Franky is surprised why Brook can still move. But he explains to him that he also found some milk in the kitchen, through which his bones could heal again. Brook’s salt is now the Straw Hats’ last chance, since Oars destroyed the path to the kitchen on Moria’s orders. With time also running out, the Straw Hats must manage to catapult the salt into Oars’s mouth before sunrise. Moria thinks they should be glad he bothered to come to them.

The Straw Hats immediately go on the attack and Brook also offers them his help, but he is not yet completely healed. Meanwhile, Usopp and Franky are already beginning their attack: Usopp shoots some oil stars at the zombie, which Franky ignites in flight with the Fresh Fire, creating the Super Size Hi no Tori Boshi. While Oars is still struggling with the fire around him, Moria tells him to stop fidgeting, as nothing can hurt him as a zombie. Zoro is now flung into the air towards the tower by Chopper and applies Daibutsu Giri. The cut tower pieces are then hurled towards Oars by Sanji with tremendous force as a Jenga Ho. He gets the first one with full force, but he successfully deflects all the others and hurls them back. The attack by Luffy’s crew has failed, but that doesn’t make them give up.

Immediately after, Usopp unpacks his newest weapon, the Kuwagata, an oversized slingshot that he uses to send Franky flying at Oars. The Straw Hat aims to hit Moria in Oars’s body with his Weapons Left at close range. However, Oars reacts quickly, dodging the projectile and then catapulting Franky into the castle wall. Defeated, the latter falls to the ground and remains there unconscious. Moria therefore orders Oars to kill Franky. However, as he goes for the final kick, he is suddenly hit by a massive Thunder Tempo. The attack, of course, came from Nami, who has shown up on the bridge to save Franky. Sanji is overjoyed that she is safe and calls her name in love. Oars notices her as well. He aims his fist at her and applies the gum-gum gun. To everyone’s horror, however, this wasn’t just a harmless fist bump; Oars’s arm stretched along with it. Even the zombie himself is surprised as to why he can do this all of a sudden. Fortunately, Robin was able to save Nami in time. Meanwhile, Zoro notes that only Moria could be behind this stretching. But before they can all worry about that, they first have to dodge a gum-gum whip from Oars. Now the Straw Hats aren’t just dealing with a giant zombie, but rather a monster Luffy.

Meanwhile, Luffy has encountered the Rolling Pirates in Thriller Forest. They know that Luffy wants to defeat Moria and see him as their only hope. They also know the secret of Moria’s strength. Therefore, they want to give Luffy a secret power. However, the captain of the Straw Hat Pirates is totally confused, as he doesn’t know who he is facing, nor what is meant by this secret power. Afterwards, Luffy is led to Lola. She asks him, like almost every man she meets, if he wants to marry her, which Luffy of course denies. So Lola has been rejected 4,444 times now. Lola then explains to him that she is the captain of the Rolling Pirates, a gang whose shadows were stolen by Moria and who are now hiding in the forest.

All the members of the gang are very excited, as it has never happened since they have been here that the Thriller Bark has been so shaken. Furthermore, the three mysterious ones were defeated and the mansion was almost completely destroyed. However, the enemy also woke up at the same time, the special zombie Oars. The Risky Brothers tell Luffy that they have been on the ship without their shadows for three years now. They ask the Straw Hat Captain to defeat Moria. They also inform him of the samurai’s current location, he is sitting in Oars’s belly. The two are near the castle, where a battle is raging between them and Luffy’s friends.

Luffy thanks him for the information and wants to go there immediately, but he is stopped by the Rolling Pirates. They suddenly hold him down and put a shadow inside him. When they ask Luffy if he can use a sword, he denies it. But when they give him one, he impressively slices a tree trunk. He is surprised why he is suddenly so good with a sword. However, the rolling pirates explain to him that the shadow he just received once belonged to a strong swordsman. The shadow’s abilities were added to his own. The pirates offer him more shadows and Luffy accepts the offer. They also explain to him that it all depends on his own willpower. When Luffy has absorbed all the shadows, they are all very surprised at the willpower he must possess, as there are now a total of 100 shadows in his body. They themselves could barely hold two or three. Because of the shadows, Luffy’s appearance has also changed greatly. He has grown taller and more muscular and now strongly resembles a zombie. He has transformed into Nightmare Luffy and now sets out to defeat Moria and Oars before the sun rises.

TV Episode GuideThriller Bark Arc (Anime)

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