Grasping onto that ray of light Luffy and Law has created with their efforts against Doflamingo, the people of Dressrosa gather together in order to save the country they love. Combined efforts working together to stop the psychotic king ready to end all their lives in a hellish slaughter of red. With the path ahead of them illuminated, the people of Dressrosa join in on delaying the Bird Cage in order to buy Luffy enough time to recover his Haki and finally put a stop to the madness of Donquixote Doflamingo. The Dressrosa citizen’s have finally accepted the reality of the nightmare they find themselves in and have chosen to do something to change it.
So Mansherry’s ability is finally revealed and what an interesting ability it appears to be. Mansherry had consumed the Chiyu Chiyu no Mi (Heal Heal Fruit) and is able to rejuvenate a person and restore their wounds as if it were never inflicted. Jora, who surprisingly makes a sudden reappearance had gone to force the dwarf princess to use her ability to revive the fallen Donquixote members (Machvise, Sugar, Dellinger, Lao G) so they can re-enter the fight and finish off the weakened opposition who defeated them. Leo, though, had other plans and managed to stop Jola and save his princess.
I honestly do love Viola’s Giro Giro no Mi abilities, the application it can have is exciting, especially when you realise that with Viola allied with the Straw Hats, the situations created can be many times more dire and serious than previous situations covered in the past. Regardless of its overwhelming nature, the context in which it is being highlighted this arc reveals it to be a very necessary ability when dealing with powerful enemies rooted within the New World. Despite Viola being separate from the Straw Hat Pirate crew, I certainly would love to see her enter into an alliance of sorts just so she has the opportunity to feature in more arcs and showcase more of her fascinating ability.
My goodness, I can’t even think clearly because the overwhelming dose of manliness from Franky and Senor Pink has sent my senses into a climax of both awe and horror. Did what just happen actually happen? It’s chilling trying to rationalise what just took place but the amusing nature of the events beckons one to continue wondering. Ultimately though, through countless events of zaniness, a battle between “man” has erupted.