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One Piece Episode 682

Near a large skyscraper, the giant gray bruiser Doomsday was furiously punching down on the ground, resulting in craters, cracks, shockwaves, and ripples being created. Doomsday grabbed hold of a black station wagon parked right next to the building and effortlessly ripped it in half, throwing both pieces into the street. Terrified people ran away from Doomsday, screaming at the top of their lungs as Doomsday let out a horrible, ear-splitting roar. Helicopters surrounded the scene, pointing their lights down upon the beast.

One Piece Episode 682

"That's not going to work this time, you filthy piece of garbage!" 682 yelled. The reptile rammed his head into Doomsday, then planted its legs into the ground. With a huge leap, Doomsday and 682 began to quickly ascend into the air, easily reaching escape velocity.

Boomstick: The Sculpture is made out of pure concrete and can only move when somebody blinks. It's fast enough to snap your neck in a blink of an eye. When 682 was put against him and had his eyes shot out, he eventually adapted and grew plenty of eyes that had protective armor after having pieces of him being torn off by 173.

Jack: Now, it's important to note that the Classes aren't specifically related to danger level. A piece of paper that could destroy the world if read by one percent of the world's population could still be Safe if you can put it in the box.

Dave: But forget that stuff! You guys want more bullshit! I can sense it from here. And I get it, old sport here is a boring guy. Well, let's continue 682's wacky escapades in being basically invincible! SCP-826 is a pair of bookends that makes whatever piece of literature is written into it a reality. When a few pages were placed into it about a creature that would kill 682, he somehow rewrote the fucking plot of the book so that he ended up winning. I can't stress this enough, he REWROTE THE PLOT!

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(1) It took Luffy forever to reach Doflamingo. My god the pacing in the anime was terrible. In fact there was a ridiculous and unnecessary amount of running to get from one point to another. So watching weekly (like I did for the first time) felt like absolutely nothing happened on each episode. 041b061a72


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