Recent “One Piece” chapter 808 spoiler predictions noted on the possibility that Sanji might have left the Straw Hats to protect the Mink girl who had the features of a fox.
A lot of the manga’s readers are still musing on the possible reasons why Straw Hat Pirates Cook “Black Leg” Sanji left Monkey D. Luffy and the crew.
‘ProGoddess’ at Manga Helpers noted on the whereabouts of the Mink Girl who had fox features. According to ‘ProGoddess,’ it looked like the incident had some connection to the Swirly Hats’ arrival in the elephant Zou Island.
‘ProGoddess’ mused if Straw Hat Pirates Cook “Black Leg” Sanji have left with the fox Mink girl to protect her. Although possible, but other fans were guessing it had something to do with his “Wanted Alive only” bounty poster.
Hopefully, “One Piece” chapter 808 clears this out.
The advice that Musician “Soul King” Brook gave in “One Piece” chapter 807 “Ten Days Ago” was also noted, which implied that the Mink Men hated the Samurais or the people in the Wano Kingdom.
‘ladylola’ was looking for explanation why the Samurai went to the elephant Zou Island. ‘ladylola’ believed there could be an alliance between the royal families of the Wano Kingdom and the Zou Island nation.
‘ladylola’ believed Duke Inu-Arashi (“King of Dawn”) might have some information about the Samurai’s purpose. Further, ‘ladylola’ thought the Samurai’s role could be similar to Heart Pirates Captain Trafalgar D. Water Law’s role to the Dressrosa Kingdom.
Regardless, the situation would be revealed definitely in “One Piece” chapter 808 as Inu Arashi called for Straw Hat Pirates Captain Monkey D. Luffy in the chapter 807.
Meanwhile, the real identity of the monkey was still under speculation and ‘Spenzi’ thought it could be Raizo, a ninja from the Wano Country.
However, ‘ladylola’ believed the monkey could most likely be Bariete, a member of the Mink Tribe, because of its “ete” words.
Indeed, these speculations are logical. But everything would be put to rest once “One Piece” chapter 808 gets released.
For the meantime, readers are reminded to take them with a grain of salt.
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