The Seraphim, clones of the former Warlords of the Sea, are extremely powerful but their overzealous personalities can be a problem for the World Government. Luffy accidentally exploits S-Snake’s final weakness due to his outspoken personality, highlighting the underlying problem of Seraphim’s personality. The Seraphim clones of Crocodile, Gecko Moria, and Donquixote Doflamingo have terrifying abilities if their personalities continue to evolve and make them harder to control.
Warning: Revealing the contents of One Piece Manga #1090The A piece The World Government’s newest batch of Ultimate Living Weapons, the Seraphim, are clones of the previous Sea Lords, which may be their biggest flaw. Making previous Pacifista models obsolete with Moonman toughness and replicated Devil Fruit powers, Seraphim has proven to be monstrously effective in his ability to fight even the most powerful warriors. of One Piece like Luffy, Zoro and Lucci. However, the larger real-life personalities that Seraphim is cloned from may be a bigger problem than Dr. Vegapunk and the Five Elders predicted.
The last time readers saw the Seraphim of Egghead Island, both were causing serious problems for the Straw Hats. One Piece chapter #1090 has a compelling storyline by skipping battles to capture and trap each of Vegapunk’s living weapons in Bubble Balls infused with Sea Energy. This includes S-Snake, the Seraphim clone of Boa Handcock, whose petrified powers previously defeated several of Luffy’s crew. That didn’t stop Luffy from accidentally exploiting the Seraphim’s final weakness to save his friends.
Vegapunk’s Seraphim have the same problem as the lords, personality
Like the Ruler of Amazon Lily, Boa Hancock, S-Snake is used to the citizens of One Piece instantly falling victim to Devil Fruit powers that allow her to petrify anyone who finds her cute. . Her abilities don’t affect Luffy, so he can talk to her using his direct personality, chapter #1090 proves to have turned both Hancock and her Seraphim Clone into paste in Luffy’s hand. After calling S-Snake “Hancock” and begging her to free her friends, S-Snake was greatly confused and released them. Unfortunately, S-Snake isn’t the only Seraphim Vegapunk has created, and if Warlord’s personality continues to evolve, more than a few of them could be a big deal.
Along with Hancock, the Seraphim created from Hawkeye, Jimbe and Kuma are currently stranded on Egghead Island. However, clones of Crocodile, Gecko Moria and fan-favorite villain Donquixote Doflamingo have also been revealed. If his growing personality makes Seraphim harder to control than Warlords, then the World Government will have a catastrophic problem. While Crocodile and Moria clones sound dangerous, the thought of a tiny, unmanageable and nearly unstoppable Doflamingo is a terrifying ability for the citizens of One Piece. but an interesting result for readers.
Some Seraphim’s personalities are worse than others
Hopefully the One Piece anime will devote more time to the fight to retake Egghead Island from York and the Seraphim when it is certain to adapt the story after Wano. More time with the Seraphim will reveal how much of their Lord’s personality infuses them. One of the reasons the World Government initially disbanded Warlords of the Sea was because its members became out of control and committed heinous crimes by abusing their titles. The Seraphim’s growing personalities can also make them unmanageable and create more destruction than the Lords ever did with their upgraded powers and durable bodies. However, there may come a time A piece when the Seraphim personality can be used against them.
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