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We have received One Piece Chapter 1078 spoilers, and we finally know who the traitor is, and we are going to tell you! The title of the chapter is “Time Limit For Escape” which could mean a plethora of different things, the first scenario that comes to mind is a, maybe the tractor set off a bomb on egghead, which will exploding in a few hours, or two, it could mean that the battleships with Kizaru have finally arrived and are starting to destroy the island.
It’s really funny when you think about it because on almost every island there’s some kind of time limit that comes halfway through the arc, I mean in Fish-man Island we have Noah who falls, in Punk Hazard we have the poison gas, and then in Wano we have the Onigashimas falling, and in Whole Cake Island we have Big Mom chasing them, and I wouldn’t be surprised if that carries over to this island too.
Then we have the cover page, and we can clearly see that NEO MADS was founded… What does that mean? First of all, why call it “NEO MADS”? We know that the NEO MADS team was originally a ‘scientific’ organization for world peace, but that’s not really what happened: it disbanded, Vegaounk left it and all the others have become wicked.
NEO MADS, are they also going to work for world peace, are they only going after Vegapunk, are they creating monstrosities again, are they we may see crazy clones in the future, what is their purpose, and with the creation of NEO MADS, what will happen to Germa 66, does Judge still want to conquer the Blue North with an Iron Fist, or did he find a whole new purpose that he allied with Caesar? And yes, there are so many questions, and last week we saw that they both wanted to go after Vegapunk, so maybe we’ll see them there too, I’m not really sure .
One Piece Chapter 1078 Spoilers
It turns out that York is the traitor and she wants to become the only Vegapunk, which probably isn’t that hard considering she’s knocked out a lot of them so far, and she also wanted to become a Celestial Dragon.
After reading this, I can’t help but rub my chin at this sentence. I get that York is the traitor…she wants to be the only Vegapunk, of course…but what about becoming a Celestial Dragon, what are the benefits? Yes, you can live in Marie Geois, and yes you can have your own slaves, but in reality, is that better than the reality she’s living now?
Personally, I don’t know, maybe there are some hidden benefits of becoming a Celestial Dragon, which we don’t know yet, and it’s really fascinating to see another character strive to become a Celestial, because the last character we saw with this pattern was Doflamingo, he killed his father so he could become a Celestial Dragon.
Now that we have York, who also ends up becoming the Sky Dragon, I can’t help but wonder why. With this revelation, Saint Saturn’s reason for coming makes sense, maybe Saint Saturn wants to welcome York with open arms, like, “Oh! I am the one who promised you this market and now I am taking you with me to Marie Geois”. Maybe that’s what’s happening here, and I’m really interested to see how it turns out.
Not many people agreed that York was the traitor, and it’s funny because going back and reading Egghead Island since we met York, it makes so much sense that it’s her, as the saying goes the title of the last chapter, which we should have realized earlier.
When we were first introduced to Vegapunk, Lilith said you couldn’t control desire, and York ended up being desired. Another big clue is that while security was in place and everyone was safe, York was eating a cheeseburger, you know, she was just round in a corner, and then we see her, she is skinny again, and you’re like, ‘Wait, where did she go? “With that background in mind, we figure she went and told the Seraphim to run and search, that she went and kidnapped Vegapunk, and we never questioned, we just assumed she had automatically changed shape, so it was just little details here and there, that you can just notice with York.
Even going back to the later chapters, the last time we saw York she was turned to stone, which is a big brain move, because now that she’s been turned to stone in the eyes of Franky’s group and us , the audience, she tricked us into turning to stone, and having the Seraphim destroy the bridge and take everyone to another level, York can now de-petrify and walk around Egg Head without that nobody suspects her, which is very funny, in my opinion.
I didn’t pay much attention to it, I thought to myself that York was petrified, that she could do things, but let’s be real, she gave orders and it didn’t work, but we should have realizing that while York was trying to give orders, she was doing it with an Edison accent, she wasn’t the one giving those orders, she was pretending to be Edison, and she was saying it with a laugh. So there’s so much and I implore you to go back to the minute we met York and reread it up to this point, and see if you can find any other little details that might have led us to this answer.
Another thing that intrigues me is the Celestial Dragon side, but do they accept it because the Celestial Dragons are a very close-knit group, they are the descendants of a royal family from there at 900 would they look at york a vegapunk who betrayed the other vegapunks and say why not she joins the band and adjust has no idea how that would go but again we could just put on the Saint Saturn Band-Aid and maybe he’s here to tell me to meet my new friend.
The next plot says Franky hasn’t passed out but he can’t move because half of his body is petrified which makes sense as we’ve seen characters become half petrified before and they can still thinking they can still talk they just can’t move the stone part of their body so yeah that’s not really anything new so as far as the relevance of this plot point goes , maybe that’s how we find out York is the traitor, maybe while Franky is petrified he saw York being a bad guy or something.
If this is how we find out about York I wonder how she could have gone so far as to build and shoot Shaka maybe there’s always a second traitor but right now we can’t really say it because we don’t have any pictures.
The next plot says that S-Shark hits Sanji but does no damage, it looks like S-Shark joins the club alongside Queen who also tried to damage Sanji to no avail. It’s really cool to see Germa’s DNA come into play, and it looks like the S-Shark fight is still going on, and according to some leakers, of course, there’s nothing super confirmed for the moment, until we get the actual footage, but apparently Sanji did very well in this fight.
I also heard that Sanji did some new moves with Jimbe, so let’s get to the final plot point. The narrator says that tomorrow, the outcome of this event, the one taking place on Egg Head, will shake the whole world!
The Narrator Box has appeared, and every time the Narrator Box appears, it means things are about to get out of hand. These are the same narrator boxes that announced Marine Ford, the same narrator boxes that announced the arrival of the Grand Fleet in a world-changing event.