Things are getting more intense as the final battle in Wano Arc approaches. In the last week’s chapter of the One Piece manga, we have seen how Luffy changed the hearts of the prisoners and helped them to conquer the Udon Prison.
Now that things are getting good with the Straw Hats and the alliance in Udon, let’s see how the other ally is doing.
Recently, One Piece released Chapter 950 where fans see another interesting turn of events in the Wano Arc. In this chapter, Kid and Killer have been freed from their handcuffs after receiving the key from Raizo. While most of the fans think that there will be an alliance to be formed once again between the Straw Hat Pirates and Kid Pirates, it’s unfortunate to say but Captain Kid turned down Luffy’s alliance invitation.
Meanwhile, Trafalgar Law also a highlight in One Piece Chapter 950. As shown in the previous chapter of the manga, Law is also on the capital trying to rescue his crew but Hawkins find him. It is surely an epic match between Law and Hawkins but Law surrendered immediately after learning that his crew is being held as a hostage by Hawkins.
In this One Piece manga chapter, Law has been spotted being interrogated by Basil Hawkins and X Drake, asking him to spoil the plot of his allies against Kaido and Orochi. However, Law rejects to give any details and just gave them a fearless smile that every One Piece fans love.
So, what are your thoughts about this chapter? Let me know by leaving your comments below.
About One Piece
One Piece follows the story of Monkey D. Luffy, the user of Gum-Gum Devil Fruit, who wants to be the new Pirate King. Luffy was inspired by Red Haired Shanks, one of the most powerful pirates. Along with his pirate group named the Straw Hat Pirates, Luffy explores the vast world of One Piece in search of the treasure known as “One Piece” and becomes the new King of the Pirates.
One Piece is a manga series written by Eiichiro Oda. Since the manga has been serialized in July 1997, it already reached a total of 99 volumes. The manga series is part of Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump Magazine. Apart from the original manga series, One Piece has started airing the anime adaptation in 1999. One Piece has also received several anime films with the latest movie titled One Piece: Stampede that have been released in 2019.