One Piece Chapter….636 Breakdown? Yes, Chapter 636 Breakdown! New Demotivational Poster Included!
-One Piece Chapter 636 Breakdown Below-
YOSH!!! Welcome WRA to the- WHHAAAAAT!? A One Piece Chapter Breakdown!?
IMPOSSIBLE!!! Lol, well nothing is impossible, except maybe me being consistent. >_>
Alright, the chapter was awesome, that much is obvious but dammit there’s also a lot of material we need to cover! Specifically about Chopper! We’ll get to him later though.
I just want to start off with the Fishman Island Arc has been up and down for me. Some chapters I was like, “Well this is bad.” and others I said, “Hey, that was great!” I mean, it hurts that Hodi Jones is just a crazier meaner version of Arlong, without the character investment. We know he just hates humans so much he’ll even turn on his own species if they don’t share his opinion. His lackeys are sorta cool but who’s really invested in these characters? They’re good for being evil and serving as a barrier to the Straw Hats, but that’s about it.
Arlong though, that was one damn good character! The way he treated Nami and oppressed the humans of Cocoyashi Village. How he cheated Nami of all her hard work and laughed about it. He ended up almost killing Luffy, Sanji, and Zoro! We really wanted this bastard to go down! Hodi…he’s just another enemy that needs to be stopped. I don’t dislike the guy…he’s just…”meh”…he’s a bad, bad, bad Fishman. Hodi killed Queen Otohime… I have a feeling I should be angrier about this! I’m sorry Hodi but Arlong did the whole ‘I hate humans and I’m a bad Fishman’ bit first, but much better. That’s my main problem with Hodi and his lackeys and by extension with this whole Arc. I am interested in Van Der Decken and this “family dream”, and I doubt he’s talking about generic treasure. Oh, and what’s up with Urashima’s Casket? When and how will that play a role in the Arc?
Anyway, opinions go every which way. How do you feel about this arc? Overall, I’m really liking it and not just because of the fighting towards the end. I’m loving seeing the SH’s interact with one another and going on an adventure once again! I love seeing the new powers! I love the fact that they’re on Fishman Island and the place looks great! I love most of the new characters being introduced and Arlong’s hot sister! Hodi is just a mediocre blemish on my good mood.
On to the chapter!
Alright! SUUUUPEEEEEERRR FRANKYYY~!!!! He’s awesome, he’s funny, he’s…well super! I just love how Oda remembers things so well in his manga and sometimes we go, “WTF is he talking about” and then look back and go, “Oh yeah, he did mention that”.
Yes, Wapometal was mentioned before in the cover story following Wapol as he goes from being completely homeless
selling his body on the streets and down on his luck to being the most famous toy maker in the world. All thanks to his new toys made of this “new” metal discovered by scientists. Apparently, it’s some sort of flexible metal that bends or a “memory shape alloy”. Sounds like a combination of rubber and metal, something Wapol can easily design with his DF and possibly influenced by his fight from Luffy? That Wapometal could be the same bendable metal that Whitebeard could not quake through during the Marineford War.
If you want to read Wapol’s cover story to get the full understanding of what happened with him, here ya go I made some gifs.
and Part 2
As for Vegapunk’s “old dream” it’s probably concerning his plans that were hundreds of years beyond his time. He didn’t have the funding, resources, or technology to realize his full potential or create his invnetions, but he had the idea or concept of “Wapometal” long before its invention.
Moving on we get to see more Straw Hats show off their abilities and in 1 case, a whole new attitude! Nami is great with her new and improved Sorcery Clima-Tact weapon! Unlike the Perfect Clima-Tact which would need to charge or preparation before attacking, the Sorcery Clima-Tact seems to be able to deliver attacks instantaneously!
As for Usopp he’s great with his Pop Greens fired by his new Black Kabuto–
*notice someone fainted off to his left*
*then another, and another*
Oi… I know guys, I know some of you might be like, “FUUUUUUUUUU- I DON’T KNOW WHAT ALL THIS NEW STUFF ISSS!!!! TOO MUCH, TOO MUCH!!!” Lol, well HA! You think you’re falling a little behind now? A little confused? Just wait until we start talking about Chopper. 😛
Anyway, Usopp and his Pop Greens are freaking awesome! I always loved people who had the power to control nature and use it as their weapon. Now, not only can he snipe from who knows how far away, but he can give you a mean poison ivy rash or sick a carnivorous plant on your juicy ass! It’s not lame…have you ever had poison ivy…on your ass?
Alright, Chopper. By far the most developed SH this chapter, besides Franky and his comical yet powerful robot. +_+ Chopper comes in and defends Franky from Daruma, the dirt chomping Fishman and in doing so reveals to us his new power to dig and a new looking Horn Point! A new and improved looking Horn Point…ehhh…that’s for you to decide.
And he also explains to us that he revised his Points which turns out to be quite confusing. At least to me.
1. Brain Point/Hybrid (never required a Rumble Ball)
2. Heavy Point/Human (never required a Rumble Ball)
3. Walking Point/Reindeer (never required a Rumble Ball)
4. Jumping Point (required a Rumble Ball)
5. Guard Point (required a Rumble Ball)
6. Arm Point (required a Rumble Ball)
7. Horn Point (required a Rumble Ball)
Monster Mode (was never considered a point)
Ok, so now we have 1,2,3…8 points!? WTF!? Chopper is supposed to only has 7 Points and Chopper even says, “I spent 2 years working on improving my seven transformation forms!” He doesn’t say he added a form, he says he improved his seven forms.
So here’s the theory. The Kung Fu Point is a mix between 2 points. 1 transformation was taken out as a standalone Point. Sooo…
1. Brain Point/Hybrid (doesn’t require a Rumble Ball)
2. Heavy Point/Human (haven’t seen yet post-timeskip)
3. Walking Point/Reindeer (doesn’t require a Rumble Ball)
4. Jumping Point (requires a Rumble Ball?)
5. Arm Point + Heavy Point = Kung Fu Point??? (doesn’t require a Rumble Ball)
6. Guard Point (doesn’t require a Rumble Ball)
7. Horn Point (requires a Rumble Ball?)
This is just a theory so don’t put much credibility on it. It’s safe to say the original 3 (Brain, Heavy, and Walking) are still here. We know Horn Point and Guard Point are still in… So Arm Point is a good candidate to have been refined and eliminated as a standalone Point. Jumping Point is kinda just…jumping right but maybe he kept that in there. It’s really up between Jumping Point and Arm Point for elimination. Dammit, or this whole theory is bonkers!!!
“I only require the ‘Rumble Ball’ for one form now!! The other 6, I can transform into at will.”
Then why did he use Rumble Ball here?
We know it’s not so he could get into Guard Point because here’s a picture of him saying, indirectly, how he can transform into it at will.
So another theory is he can use the Rumble Ball to strengthen the Points regardless if he can turn into them at will or not. In other words he wasn’t using the Rumble Ball to get into Guard Point, he was using it to strengthen it.
ARRRGGHHHHHH!!!! I’m so confused! You are too!? Damn straight you are! You better be just as confused because that makes me feel better. ;D
The chapter ends with Luffy walking like a badass towards Hodi while both Zoro and Sanji beat back Dosun (guy who speaks differently depending on how strong he feels) and Ikaros (squid afraid of fire). Luffy then comes in and kicks Hodi right in the face! BAM! Why is Hodi such a coward hiding behind 100,000 men and his crew? Don’t you know steroids shrink your balls? Well, now you know why pill popping roid rage Hodi Jones is such a coward.
Oh wait! Can’t forget Noah threatening to kill everyone!!! Crazy Van Der Decken…
And what’s Caribou up to? No one can get to the Mermaid Princess…yet…
So many questions yet unanswered. Here’s your demotivational poster!
That ends this week’s breakdown! Comment, predict, and enjoy! 😀