One Piece 931 New update Revealed: Katakuri At Wano?

One Piece’s latest chapter usually drops at around this time, and I’m sure that you are searching for it already. In this post, we’ll be talking about One Piece 931, when you should be expecting it, and what the plot of the chapter is going to be. Please be warned; this post contains a lot of spoilers from the previous chapters.

If you don’t want to get spoiled, I suggest that you stop reading the post here, or that you read the chapter first and then continue reading the post. But, if you don’t mind being spoiled, we can get started. One Piece 930 dropped after a huge three-week break, and it gave us a lot of important information, the most important being the arrival of Big Mom Pirates at Wano Country.

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As you may know, they almost made it to Wano and would’ve done so successfully had it not been for King the Wildfire. He managed to stop them at the last moment, and that just shows that King is strong indeed. Had Katakuri been there, this would’ve been a different story though.

In the Flower Capital, Sanji got ready to face off against Page One, and he even took his Raid Suit out. The next chapter of One Piece looks extremely hype because we will likely see Sanji vs. Page One in that chapter. Sanji has already decided to fight against him and proclaimed that he’d make quick work of one of the strongest Headliners of the Beasts Pirates.

This may sound like too much, but I’m sure that Sanji will go on to annihilate Page One. I’m very excited to see him Raid Suit, which I think will be Phantom Black. Alongside the many physical bonuses that it grants, I think it may Grant invisibility to Sanji because he always wanted that.

Anyway, I think we’ll also see some of the Big Mom Pirates, and it is possible that she’ll return in the next chapter. It is also possible that Charlotte Katakuri will be a backup unit following Big Mom’s ship and that he’ll launch the second attack.

One Piece 931 official update is 4 February 2019. The scans will be out by 1 February 2019.

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