One Piece

The day that many One Piece fans have finally come. The start of the war in the Wano Country Arc has finally begun. In the latest One Piece Chapter 987, the Straw Hat Pirates captain, Monkey D. Luffy, has declared the start of the war against Kaido, Big Mom, and Orochi’s subordinates in the Wano Arc.

It’s been a while since the Wano Country Arc began, but this is the first time for Luffy and all of his allies to face Kaido, Big Mom, and the other enemies in Onigashima Island at the same time. Kinemon and the other members of the Nine Red Scabbards have been preparing for this day to avenge and take back the country from the villains. With the help of the other samurai believing on Oden’s will and the pirate alliance, will they be able to defeat the strongest pirates in the world of One Piece?

Kaido and Big Mom are currently considered as the strongest Yonko having more than 4 billion Beli on their heads. Kaido’s bounty is 4,611,100,000 Beli while Charlotte Linli, also known as Big Mom, has a total bounty of 4,388,000,000 Beli. Apart from their bounty, their crew can also match up against Luffy’s alliance.

Now that the war in the Wano Country has finally begun, many fans are thrilled to see what will happen next. At the last spread of Chapter 987, Eiichiro Oda gave a cliffhanger of Nekomamushi mentioning about the full moon. Obviously, Nekomamushi is talking about Sulong, the Mink Tribe’s transformation where they enhance their power and unleash their animal instinct.

Apart from the Mink Tribe, we also got to see Marco and Perospero. Perospero is one of the crew members of the Big Mom Pirates, but unexpectedly, it seems that he is forming an alliance with Marco. This happened because Perospero believes that they don’t need to ally with Kaido. At the same, it was not their main goal why they visited Wano Country in the first place.

We will be seeing more actions in the next chapter of One Piece manga. One Piece manga was created by Eiichiro Oda and it is one of the longest-running manga series right now.