top 10 inconsistencies you (maybe) didn’t notice

Eiichiro Oda has been delighting fans with his manga for more than 20 years One piece. One more thing does not need to be proven, he is a brilliant mangaka and creator, both in terms of his drawing quality and his pen. Then it is really difficult to point out the mistakes made by Oda, because he thought out the plot of his story from beginning to end. But there are still some small inconsistencies One piece.

As in any great saga, One piece has its own set of inconsistencies. We went in search of bugs spotted by fans in manga and anime! You will see, nothing special, you should have noticed them.

10 – Finding Zoro poster.

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9 – Zoro’s scars


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When a character is covered in scars, it’s easy to get them wrong, and Zoro is no exception. Indeed, here are three times when a character ended up with a scar in the wrong place, or it didn’t belong in him One piece.

In the edition of Shonen Jump Weekly Chapter 598, Zoro’s scar is found above his right eye. In addition, the scar must be on the left eye. Volume 61 later corrects this error. In Chapter 698, Zoro has Luffy’s scar instead of Mihawk’s. It is in volume 70 that the publisher corrects this error. In the issue of Chapter 699, Zoro does not have an eye scar. This error is also fixed in volume 70. Same with chapter 735 fixed in volume 74.

8 – Chopper that stays at Brain Point


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Some people are so used to seeing Chopper in Brain Point mode that they forget that this is not his original form (Walk Point is his original reindeer form). Some fans were offended that Chopper, even submerged in water in Ennies Lobby, remains in Brain Point form. We remind you that any bearer of the devil fruit loses its powers when in contact with water! Some attribute this to the fact that Brain Point later became Chopper’s original form. Others argue that it is probably the form that requires the least energy. What do you think?

7 – Chopper and the Rumble Balls


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In section 605 of volume 62 of Art One piece, Chopper eats a Rumble Ball-like substance before changing into his “Guard Point” form. But by then, the two-year gap had already passed, and Chopper had greatly improved. He no longer needs Rumble Balls to change form! Many fans then turned to Eiichiro Oda for an explanation. And the mangaka, as usual, answered on SBS (“the questions everyone asks”) to his fans, confirming that he now exists in the universe One piece candy Rumble Ball. Here are Oda’s words: “Yes, you’re right! You dumbass! Please, please, don’t eat candy in the middle of the abyss, you idiot!” We forgive good old Oda!

6 – Nami hits


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Luffy is extremely resistant to many strikes, techniques and powers. But if there’s one person he can’t resist – even if she doesn’t have haki – it’s Nami! Indeed, many fans were surprised to see a disfigured Luffy after being hit by Nami. When we know that Enel’s attack does nothing for him, it’s hard to accept that his navigator’s punch will knock him out. But we put it down to humor and don’t forget about it One piece remains a manga with comic touches desired by the author!

5 – Pell survives the Arc in Alabasta One piece


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This surprised many fans! We remember that in the Alabaster arc, while Mr. Sim was defeated by the Straw Hat team, the bomb he was about to throw had not yet exploded. Just then, Pell transforms into a falcon and takes him into the sky with her so that the bomb doesn’t kill anyone. So yes, the character is seriously injured but survives by being in the front row of the explosion. This makes losing to Robin absurd considering his hawk form is capable of withstanding a huge bomb! In any case, this is the opinion of the fans.

4 – the surname Kozuki


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In chapter 816 One piece, as Kin’emon introduces himself to the Zou people, he claims to be a servant of the Kugetsu family. However, in the next chapter, he makes up for it by saying that he is a loyal servant of the Kozuki family. Is it a mistake or a will on Oda’s part? We’ll never know, but the Oden family will remain the Kozuki family One piece. The two terms “Kougestu” and “Kozuki” seem to have very similar meanings, both referring to the light of the Moon. Both words have the same kanji in Japanese!

3 – Avalo Pizzaro


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In section 925 of One piece, Avalo Pizzaro is introduced as the commander of Blackbeard’s Second Fleet. But it turns out that fans were a bit outraged by this information, as the commander of this fleet is none other than Heavy Rain. Official Twitter account One piece later apologized for the error and corrected it, stating that Avalo Pizzaro was indeed the commander of Blackbeard’s Fourth Fleet.

2 – crocodile’s hands


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Return to Alabasta. In the 117th episode of the anime One piece, we see Crocodile quietly lighting a cigar with BOTH hands. A bit of a discrepancy, right? However, Crocodile is well known for the hook he carries instead of his left arm. And you, did you notice it?

1 – “Marna” One piece


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Here’s a bit of humor with a character that few people remember: Mashikaku. In the 52nd series One piece, Musikaku, Tashigi and Smoker’s underling, wears his navy cap. So far so good, but that’s without taking into account a small mistake from the Toei Animation studio, which made more than one fan laugh. Indeed, Mushikaku wears a cap that says “Marne” instead of “Marine”!

BONUS: Zoro doubles up


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In 226 series One piece, we notice that Zoro is in two places at once. And it creates something extremely funny. Apparently, the mistake was corrected by the animation studio later, but it makes the scene very comical!

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