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Skip to content Free download. Sengoku orders that the links to the Transponder Snails be cut so that the world will only know that the Marines won. An army of Pacifistas, led by Sentomaru, attacks the Whitebeard Pirates from behind.
The Power of the Pacifistas! The Pacifistas approach from behind, defeating the Whitebeard Pirates in their path, but the plan is not fully effective because of Whitebeard's attacking the ships at the sides. The Marines withdraw to the plaza, intending to raise the fortification wall and execute Ace before finishing off the Whitebeard Pirates, and Luffy and the division leaders rush to reach Ace before then.
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Sengoku orders all the Transponder Snail to stop broadcasting, but the one Buggy stole continues to broadcast images of the war as he tries to make himself famous. Squard, one of Whitebeard's pirate allies who had been missing for some time, stabs Whitebeard through the chest with his sword.
Whitebeard Entrapped! As the Whitebeard pirates question Whitebeard and become demoralized, the Marines gain the upper hand and Aokiji freezes Buggy, cutting the Transponder Snail footage. He opens a path for his men to escape, telling them to follow him if they are prepared to give their lives. As their faith in him is restored, Whitebeard then jumps into the fray, determined to save Ace even if he dies doing so. The Whitebeard Pirates Backed into a Corner!! Shirohige Kaizoku-dan Zettaizetsumei!!
In a desperate attempt to stop Whitebeard from advancing to the execution platform, the Marines activate walls to block Whitebeard's path, but gets stopped by the ice. Squard realizes his error in Whitebeard's stabbing and bursts into tears, but Marco comforts him.
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Meanwhile, Luffy and his allies charge to the execution platform and the Marines attack them to no avail. Whitebeard confronts John Giant, and defeats him with a punch to the chest. Luffy uses his arms to reach Ace, but the Marines activate the walls and stops Luffy.
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However, it could not move Oars, Jr. Akainu uses his Meteor Volcano attack to melt the ice in an attempt to prevent Whitebeard's pirates from reaching Ace, much to Luffy's horror. Break Through the Encircling Walls! Akainu's Meteor Volcano melts the nearly all the ice and destroys the Whitebeard Pirates' ships, dropping them into boiling water, enabling the cannons on the wall to bombard them while the Pacifistas block the way out. The hole left open by Little Oars Jr.
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Sengoku prepares to have Ace executed now that the Whitebeard Pirates cannot save him or escape, but Oars regains consciousness. Jimbei launches Luffy over the wall, and he begins to fight the three admirals as Whitebeard decides to play his "trump card". Whitebeard's Trump Card for Recovery!
boggmahether.tk Luffy attempts to slip past the admirals, but Kizaru easily catches up to him and knock him to the ground. The executioners prepare to execute Ace, but Crocodile intervenes, saying he can kill Whitebeard later and he does not want the Marines to win. Aokiji attacks Luffy, but Marco knocks him away before he can finish him off. The Whitebeard pirates rush toward the opening in the wall, prompting the Marine forces to fire their cannons at them, but Whitebeard commands a submerged paddle ship to surface, and Oars propels it into the plaza with the pirates on board. As Whitebeard's forces reach the plaza, Sengoku and Garp prepare to fight them.
Whitebeard attacks the Marines in the plaza, and Aokiji comes to fight him until third division Leader Jozu arrives to handle him. Luffy comes under attack from two vice admirals and Kizaru, then collapses from his injuries and exhaustion. Whitebeard tells Luffy to stay out of the rest of the battle, but admires his persistence. The battle continues as Akainu engages Whitebeard, the allied pirates arrive to help Whitebeard's pirates, and the Pacifistas arrive to fight them. Marco flies up to rescue Ace, but Garp knocks him back and declares that anyone trying to rescue Ace will need to kill him first.
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Ace thinks back to his childhood, when he fought with anyone who spoke ill of Roger, and wondering if he should ever have been born. Buggy comes to after recovering from being frozen, and notices that Mr. Whitebeard doubles over in pain while fighting Akainu, enabling Akainu to severely injure him and distracting Marco and Jozu long enough for them to be injured by Kizaru and Aokiji. Luffy asks for Ivankov to give him Tension Hormones to enable him to fight again and save Ace.