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    Quote Originally Posted by Lana_Patrick View Post
    There's one thing, tough. How many assistents did they have at the time. That's an important issue, also. And I'm not saying anything bad about Mashima's drawing, I like them, but Oda does a little bit more effort on it, at least for backgrounds *Hear me, Kubo?*.
    Mashima has like 7 assistants as I recall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strawhat Chan View Post
    Mashima has like 7 assistants as I recall.
    That might explain why his fight choreography is so all over the place.

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    Mashima could teach Oda how to draw women.

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    Oda has like five assistants, if I remember correctly. But Iīm not sure if he still has five, I read it a while ago.

    But Oda doesnīt need that many assistants, since he draws every "moving" thing (every character, the sea, animals, the nature) and lots of the backgrounds himself (he said so in a SBS). So the assistants only have to do the toning and draw a bit of the background. Thatīs not that much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GolD. Ace View Post
    And I highly doubt that Mihawk can use haki, especially from what we've seen of him. We can almost certainly confirm that Mihawk doesn't have haki, in fact I would say we could confirm it due to past events wit Mihawk.
    =D
    ... really? You really believe this? Yikes. You're trying to say that the greatest swordsman across all of the oceans can't use a single form of Haki? While say Vista, who would probably lose to Mihawk eventually does have Haki. You would assume that being the best would lead one to believe that his skills are better then the people under him in skill. We're not saying he has CoC, but at very least CoO and or CoA. Does he look like a man that has any doubt in his ability, or shows any fear?
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    I read somewhere that oda only has 2 or 3 assistants now because he does everything himself but i can't remember where i read it

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    As Oda said in the interview, that's in One Piece Blue Deep, now he has 4 assistants

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    Quote Originally Posted by PumpkinPieman View Post
    ... really? You really believe this? Yikes. You're trying to say that the greatest swordsman across all of the oceans can't use a single form of Haki? While say Vista, who would probably lose to Mihawk eventually does have Haki. You would assume that being the best would lead one to believe that his skills are better then the people under him in skill. We're not saying he has CoC, but at very least CoO and or CoA. Does he look like a man that has any doubt in his ability, or shows any fear?
    i agree,plus,there is no he doesnt have it,oda said every being has haki,so mihawk has it as well,it can be only that he didnt train it wich i doubt,he trained since he was a kid so even if he didnt want he awakened at least one color because haki is nothing special,its just a developed human skill

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    Quote Originally Posted by PumpkinPieman View Post
    ... really? You really believe this? Yikes. You're trying to say that the greatest swordsman across all of the oceans can't use a single form of Haki? While say Vista, who would probably lose to Mihawk eventually does have Haki. You would assume that being the best would lead one to believe that his skills are better then the people under him in skill. We're not saying he has CoC, but at very least CoO and or CoA. Does he look like a man that has any doubt in his ability, or shows any fear?
    Yea Mihawk definately doesn't have haki. And by doesn't have haki, I mean he simply cannot use it. That was obvious that he lacked CoO when both Zoro caught him off guard by turning around to surrender at Baratie. Plus with all the random interceptions of his attacks he never sees coming, it's pretty clear that CoO is out of his reach. And CoA, well you saw Jozu, Buggy, and even Daz from a distance, so I think I need not say it. As for CoC, I don't know, it's possible and unlike the other two I can't disprove it, but I seriously doubt it.

    Mihawk's the Greatest Swordsman, why would he bother even learning haki.
    And Vista could've also possibly won if the fight had continued, thou I too would've given Mihawk the edge in their battle. But if anything Vista just helped prove that just cause you have more swords or more abilities it doesn't make you a better swordsman.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GolD. Ace View Post
    Yea Mihawk definately doesn't have haki. And by doesn't have haki, I mean he simply cannot use it. That was obvious that he lacked CoO when both Zoro caught him off guard by turning around to surrender at Baratie. Plus with all the random interceptions of his attacks he never sees coming, it's pretty clear that CoO is out of his reach. And CoA, well you saw Jozu, Buggy, and even Daz from a distance, so I think I need not say it. As for CoC, I don't know, it's possible and unlike the other two I can't disprove it, but I seriously doubt it.

    Mihawk's the Greatest Swordsman, why would he bother even learning haki.
    And Vista could've also possibly won if the fight had continued, thou I too would've given Mihawk the edge in their battle. But if anything Vista just helped prove that just cause you have more swords or more abilities it doesn't make you a better swordsman.
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    What a joke.
    He never even went up against Joz to begin with - so that proves nothing. Slicing Buggy up proves nothing either. And he dispatched Daz in 1 hit, though its doubtful in his case, he'd even need haki to do so.

    And the fact that Zoro turned around to surrnder doesn't prove his lack of anything.

    We don't need confirmation of anything. it can be assumed he does have it, unless proven otherwise.
    Enuff of ur Mihawk hate please. Its pretty obvious from all ur other posts you hate him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe View Post
    Mashima could teach Oda how to draw women.
    Oda could teach Mashima how to do a manga...

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    Quote Originally Posted by LightningAce View Post
    What a joke.
    He never even went up against Joz to begin with - so that proves nothing. Slicing Buggy up proves nothing either. And he dispatched Daz in 1 hit, though its doubtful in his case, he'd even need haki to do so.

    And the fact that Zoro turned around to surrnder doesn't prove his lack of anything.

    We don't need confirmation of anything. it can be assumed he does have it, unless proven otherwise.
    Enuff of ur Mihawk hate please. Its pretty obvious from all ur other posts you hate him.
    It's a funny joke too. Mihawk didn't foresee Jozu's interception of his attack [Lack of CoO], nor was he able to cut him with his strongest slash [Lack of CoA].
    -Mihawk couldn't predict Buggy's interception of his attack [Lack of CoO], nor was he able to cut him through his countless attacks [Lack of CoA].
    -Mihawk couldn't predict Daz's interception of his attack [Lack of CoO], nor was he able to cut him with his initial attack [Lack of CoA].
    -Couldn't predict Zoro turning around to surrender [Lack of CoO]. Didn't realize Zoro had beaten the monkeys [Lack of CoO].

    KuHahahaha!
    A joke indeed. lol.

    It seems like there is proof otherwise but your free to assume whichever you please. I like to assume that Don Krieg has haki by similar standards and that Sabo had CoC.

    As for hate of Mihawk, I wouldn't say hate. I respect him, don't specifically like him. Mihawk lost me when he decided to take on Zoro with a butter-knife and then run from Krieg when he called him out. And the fact that he only seems to talk down to people that he knows are weaker than him doesn't help. But for seemingly making it to such a high position with nothing other than Super-human strength and brute skill, and even becoming the World's Greatest Swordsman, he has earned my respect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OPF View Post
    Oda has like five assistants, if I remember correctly. But Iīm not sure if he still has five, I read it a while ago.

    But Oda doesnīt need that many assistants, since he draws every "moving" thing (every character, the sea, animals, the nature) and lots of the backgrounds himself (he said so in a SBS). So the assistants only have to do the toning and draw a bit of the background. Thatīs not that much!
    if i remember good, now he has three of them

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    Quote Originally Posted by GolD. Ace View Post
    It's a funny joke too. Mihawk didn't foresee Jozu's interception of his attack [Lack of CoO], nor was he able to cut him with his strongest slash [Lack of CoA].
    -Mihawk couldn't predict Buggy's interception of his attack [Lack of CoO], nor was he able to cut him through his countless attacks [Lack of CoA].
    -Mihawk couldn't predict Daz's interception of his attack [Lack of CoO], nor was he able to cut him with his initial attack [Lack of CoA].
    -Couldn't predict Zoro turning around to surrender [Lack of CoO]. Didn't realize Zoro had beaten the monkeys [Lack of CoO].

    KuHahahaha!
    A joke indeed. lol.
    =D
    you forgot that the Osservation need to be attived if it's not naturally actived (Koby) or innate ability (Otohime, Aisa).

    And only Enel has a so wide area of effect to cover an entirely island (he cover upper yard + angel street and similar). Se Mihawk could not perceive the jozu presence from that distance.

    When he cut buggy he don't want to cut him, but only luffy, and probably the osservation was focalized on him (Or not, he's a rubber man, whatever he do Mihawk cut him and stop!).

    Idem for when he try to cut Luffy twice. The first appeares Bornes and you can't say me that Hawkeye don't have Armament 'cause he didn't cut him!! He want initially to cut Luffy, a rubber man, and don't need of Armament for own him. In fact, the second slash cuts bornes and own him :P

    Finally, for the same reason, he didn't predict Crocodile's arrive to save luffy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayleigh92 View Post
    if i remember good, now he has three of them

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    you forgot that the Osservation need to be attived if it's not naturally actived (Koby) or innate ability (Otohime, Aisa).

    And only Enel has a so wide area of effect to cover an entirely island (he cover upper yard + angel street and similar). Se Mihawk could not perceive the jozu presence from that distance.

    When he cut buggy he don't want to cut him, but only luffy, and probably the osservation was focalized on him (Or not, he's a rubber man, whatever he do Mihawk cut him and stop!).

    Idem for when he try to cut Luffy twice. The first appeares Bornes and you can't say me that Hawkeye don't have Armament 'cause he didn't cut him!! He want initially to cut Luffy, a rubber man, and don't need of Armament for own him. In fact, the second slash cuts bornes and own him :P

    Finally, for the same reason, he didn't predict Crocodile's arrive to save luffy.
    Here we go, I love me a challenge.

    CoO in most instances does have to be awakened, like how Mihawk awakened Luffy's or how Luffy awakened Coby's. Unless they're just born with it like Otohime and Aisa. So it could be that his just hasn't been awakened yet.

    As for Jozu, you maybe right. Jozu could've just been too far out of Mihawk's range for CoO, so I'll give you that one.

    As for Buggy, I think your gonna have to take the loss on that one. He couldn't predict Luffy's use of Buggy for a human-sheild nor could he cut Buggy. And he was at that time trying to cut Buggy.

    I think you take a loss for Daz too. While I can't fully understand what your saying, we clearly see a lack in CoO with Daz's interception. And then the initial slash did fail to cut him, as it was meant for Luffy. But after Luffy's use of haki to knock out Coby and his recent CoC outburst, it would seem unreasonable to try to attack him w/o CoA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GolD. Ace View Post
    Yea Mihawk definately doesn't have haki. And by doesn't have haki, I mean he simply cannot use it. That was obvious that he lacked CoO when both Zoro caught him off guard by turning around to surrender at Baratie. Plus with all the random interceptions of his attacks he never sees coming, it's pretty clear that CoO is out of his reach. And CoA, well you saw Jozu, Buggy, and even Daz from a distance, so I think I need not say it. As for CoC, I don't know, it's possible and unlike the other two I can't disprove it, but I seriously doubt it.

    Mihawk's the Greatest Swordsman, why would he bother even learning haki.
    And Vista could've also possibly won if the fight had continued, thou I too would've given Mihawk the edge in their battle. But if anything Vista just helped prove that just cause you have more swords or more abilities it doesn't make you a better swordsman.
    =D
    Okay, first of all. Zoro did not surrender to Mihawk. Zoro had just lost before he turned around. He turned around because it would have brought shame to himself and Mihawk to attack or to allow another swordsman to attack his back. Which is why when Miwalk finished him he also decided to spare him, as he did not with so many others who didn't have strong enough wills as swordsmen.

    If such events caused everyone to not get caught off guard, then the personalities of people who have CoO would be much different then they are. CoO just like it's been shown several times is not perfect, and it never has been. All the priests in Skypeia had CoO. Ohm got sliced with 108 Pound Cannon, Satori got bound up by luffy and went through Sanji's "Ordeal of Love", Gedatsu lost his shoe and couldn't focus in the air, Shura couldn't predict the Reject Dial wiper had, and Enel got hit by a giant Golden Ball into a Bell. Lets not forget when Luffy was facing Sandersonia.

    Jozu is Diamond\CoA user.
    Buggy is invulnerable to any slicing move, and basically a gag character. (how does this even count?)
    And Das Bones is just steel. Zoro can cut steel.

    I think you're forgetting that most people use CoA to do power attacks or to cut logia users. Does Luffy use CoA (vulcanization) with every punch now? No. So why do you assume CoA is an automatic on?

    Think back on when Zoro was fighting Daz Bones in Alabasta and on the verge of death, flashing back to the dojo in Shimotsuki Village where Koshiro was talking about the power to cut steel and nothing with the same sword. That kind of power was always a barrier for swordsmen especially pure strength types like Zoro. Other then a pre-cursor to Haki there is no other scientific method to explain "The breath of all things", this termonology was probably brought about by swordsmen themselves as a way to explain something infinatly complex but in the simplest way possible. Look at all the other weird things that are a precurser to Haki. Being able to read long lost languages, or having a basic understanding with animals; so far being very characteristic of CoC users. Having a sixth sense, and being generally aware before things occur; like predicting weather or feeling when something bad is going to occur (pre-cursor to CoO). Each of them used and finely tuned to the skill set of the individual, each facets of the same force that's in everyone. Makes a lot of sense to me.

    Otherwise these are very weird coincidences.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GolD. Ace View Post
    Here we go, I love me a challenge.

    CoO in most instances does have to be awakened, like how Mihawk awakened Luffy's or how Luffy awakened Coby's. Unless they're just born with it like Otohime and Aisa. So it could be that his just hasn't been awakened yet.

    As for Jozu, you maybe right. Jozu could've just been too far out of Mihawk's range for CoO, so I'll give you that one.

    As for Buggy, I think your gonna have to take the loss on that one. He couldn't predict Luffy's use of Buggy for a human-sheild nor could he cut Buggy. And he was at that time trying to cut Buggy.

    I think you take a loss for Daz too. While I can't fully understand what your saying, we clearly see a lack in CoO with Daz's interception. And then the initial slash did fail to cut him, as it was meant for Luffy. But after Luffy's use of haki to knock out Coby and his recent CoC outburst, it would seem unreasonable to try to attack him w/o CoA.
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    Mihawk don't want to try to cut buggy. He want cut Luffy, but he put buggy in the middle. The first one then Mihawk maybe don't predict Buggy's intermediate. The second he could do it but didn't do it, then I don't know...

    For Daz, I don't know why Hawkeye didn't perceive him. BUT! Mihawk don't cut him because he want to cut Luffy, then he attacks with a simple slash, without haki. Also, if you want to cut rubber don't use the same strenght to cut the steel, do you not? What I want mean is that Mihawk want only cut a rubber man, but a steel man go in the middle. The strenght of mihawk, calibrate for the rubber, isn't sufficient to cut the steel... that he do a second after...

    But after Luffy's use of haki to knock out Coby and his recent CoC outburst, it would seem unreasonable to try to attack him w/o CoA.
    When Luffy knock out Coby with haki? He knock him only with a punch

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayleigh92 View Post
    if i remember good, now he has three of them
    I've already said that Oda has four assistants now... this is written in the Blue Deep

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    What info is said about tech.That was one of the four main sub sections of the book? Is it a list is stuff,like the ships? Or does Oda name Vegapunk inventions Franky read,or something

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayleigh92 View Post
    Mihawk don't want to try to cut buggy. He want cut Luffy, but he put buggy in the middle. The first one then Mihawk maybe don't predict Buggy's intermediate. The second he could do it but didn't do it, then I don't know...

    For Daz, I don't know why Hawkeye didn't perceive him. BUT! Mihawk don't cut him because he want to cut Luffy, then he attacks with a simple slash, without haki. Also, if you want to cut rubber don't use the same strenght to cut the steel, do you not? What I want mean is that Mihawk want only cut a rubber man, but a steel man go in the middle. The strenght of mihawk, calibrate for the rubber, isn't sufficient to cut the steel... that he do a second after...
    Good so I did understand you. Funny you and me think a lot alike. And Mihawk did want to cut Buggy and tried it repeatedly as seen here:
    http://www.mangareader.net/103-36562...apter-561.html
    Mihawk clearly cut Buggy up into many small pieces.

    And Mihawk's slashes were w/o haki because he doesn't/cannot use haki. Nor does he truly need it. Mihawk is powerful and skilled enough to take down any foe that would approach him. Just as Mihawk was able to cut down Daz at close range, I believe if he had gotten close and used the right type of cut, he could've even cut Jozu.

    When Luffy knock out Coby with haki? He knock him only with a punch
    He does knock him out with a punch, but the punch is haki imbued as shown here:
    http://www.mangareader.net/103-43538...apter-569.html

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