‘One Piece’ Chapter 809 Spoiler Predictions: Sanji And Ceasar Imprisoned In Impel Down?
Recent predictions about “One Piece” chapter 809 have said Sanji might have left the Straw Hats to deliver Ceasar to the Marines. Does this mean Sanji was captured?
Although most of the readers were satisfied at the previous “One Piece” chapter 808: “Duke Inuarashi” when it revealed Beast Pirates Captain Jack the Drought’s real form, some were still looking for details about Sanji’s reason for leaving the Straw Hat Pirates.
Many of the fans are also wondering where on earth Sanji is. Until now, the hype about his disappearance is still going and various fans are making speculations about it.
In light of the “poison gas weapon” that the Beast Pirates used to defeat the Mink Men, ‘ladylola’ at Manga Helpers believed that Donquixote Pirates Scientist Ceasar Clown might be in the Impel Down (The Great Underwater Prison) together with his master, who was Straw Hat Pirates “Black Leg” Sanji.
Hence, Sanji might have left the Straw Hats to deliver Ceasar to the Marines after seeing the damage that the latter’s weapon have caused against the Mink Men.
This also allegedly explained why Musician “Soul King” Brook felt sorry for Sanji and why Navigator “Cat Burglar” Nami wept bitterly.
It was also hoped that “One Piece” chapter 809 should show up Ceasar in order to clear things up regarding his involvement in the battle of the Beast Pirates against the Mink Men.
In another prediction, ‘danzouismadara’ said Straw Hat Pirates Cook “Black Leg” Sanji could have hidden Donquixote Pirates Scientist Ceasar Clown somewhere.
It was also believed that the reason the World Government and the Marines wanted Sanji alive was due to his knowledge on Ceasar’s location.
‘ladylola’ also thought Sanji’s captivity is perfect for his rescue arc and believed he won’t be killed anytime sooner because of his “Wanted Alive” poster, which is a mystery yet to be solved too.
All these speculations about “One Piece” chapter 809 do look like they fit the pieces together. However, readers are reminded to take them with a grain of salt.