One Piece 945 spoilers are finally out and this week’s chapter is all about the aftermath of last week’s events. I’m really excited about tomorrow’s chapter but at the same time I’m disappointed because Oda is taking a break next week. This brak should come after 946 according to Oda’s break schedule, but it is what it is. The break is probably because Oda had to draw a color spread and Volume 92 of One Piece is fast approaching, so he probably needs to work on that. Anyway, coming back to tomorrow’s chapter, we’re going to see lots of action in the chapter. In this post, we’ll be discussing the official spoilers so let’s get started!
Before we begin, please note this post may contain official spoilers from the previous chapters of the manga. If being spoiled is not for you, I suggest that you stop reading the post here. However, if spoilers don’t bother you, we can get started. Also, note that we did not create the spoilers or leaked them. They’re available all over the internet.
So the chapter begins at the Flower Capital. We see Orochi escaping and Kyoushiro is the one who stops Zoro from killing him. Zoro is having a tough time dealing with Kyoshiro so far. He cannot get past him, while Kyoshiro is mainly just smiling and taking it easy. Sanji hands Otoko to Usopp and fights Drake. He is hit, but is able to get up without any trouble. Zoro fights the Oniwabanshu as well and rescues Hiyori.
Law meets Hawkins and to free he crewmates, he has to beat him. Unfortunately, it is hard to pull off because Hawkins has put a curse on them and if he gets injured, they’re going to suffer the same injuries.
Meanwhile, Big Mom appears in the prison. Queen reveals himself to be a user of the Dragon Dragon Fruit Model Brachiosaur. Queen taunts Big Mom and pays when Big Mom one-shots her by slamming him into the ground. Luffy goes over to free Killer and Kid.
Ashura Doji is asked to join the rebellion again, and he refuses once more.
One Piece 945 will come out officially on June 9, 2019. The scans will be out on late June 6, 2019.