Latest predictions about “One Piece” chapter 809 have said that Ceasar’s “poison gas weapon” could be hallucinogenic.
In the previous “One Piece” chapter 808: “Duke Inarashi,” it was revealed that Beast Pirates Captain Jack the Drought and the rest of his crew used Ceasar’s “poison gas weapon.”
It was also known that the weapon helped Jack and his crew overpower the Mink Men, who were also powerful electric-producing beast warriors.
Since then, a lot of fans were curious as to how Donquixote Pirates Scientist Ceasar Clown’s “poison gas weapon” worked that it helped the Beasts Pirates turn the tide of the battle in their favor.
Had Jack the Drought did not decide to leave the elephant Zou Island to rescue Donquixote Doflamingo (“Heavenly Yaksha”) from the Marines, the Mink Men would have been wiped out already.
Now noting on the fans’ speculations for “One Piece” chapter 809, ‘Kyros’ at Oro Jackson noted that Jack’s crew does not seem to have those claws to create those claw marks seen in previous chapters – the time when Straw Hat Pirates Captain Monkey D. Luffy first stepped on the elephant Zou Island.
So, ‘Kyros’ mused that what if Donquixote Pirates Scientist Ceasar Clown’s “poison gas weapon” was hallucinogenic and that it turned the Mink Men to fight against each other.
It could be noted that the Mink Men had beast warriors who had claws; so, it could be possible.
‘CrushinDefeat’ was confused how Jack managed to get his hands at Ceasar’s “poison gas weapon.” ‘CrushinDefeat’ believed “One Piece” chapter 809 might show a flashback about Beasts Pirates Captain Jack the Drought travelling to Punk Hazard and scooping the remaining gas.
Another possibility was that Jack might have gotten the poison gas earlier and traded it Kaido of the Beasts.
While the “poison gas weapon” being hallucinogenic could be possible, it is still yet to be confirmed. Therefore, readers are reminded to take predictions for “One Piece” chapter 809 with a grain of salt.
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