One Piece Chapter 676 – The Weapon of Mass Destruction

One Piece Chapter 676 is up next, woow Caesar got Law’s heart? How is that even possible and how is it that he’s still alive?! Hmm H2S Gas?! That’s not even in the periodic table. Anyway, that’s anime for you. Meanwhile…


UPDATE: One Piece 676 is now available. This chapter is entitled The Weapon of Mass Destruction. You can begin reading this chapter on popular manga sites online.

Law somehow agreed to Caesar’s offer and kept Monet’s heart in exchange for his heart. Law reunited with Luffy and the others inside the cage.

Caesar’s plan seems to be moving smoothly. The giant slime he calls Smily ate the “candy” Caesar give it to. Although I wouldn’t say that Caesar has complete control over the giant slime. I’m not even sure if it understands Caesar.

Anyway, it started to ate the giant candy looking thingy, and soon it will become a new weapon, an H2S Gas bomb! What could possibly Caesar do with a such a weapon. Is he planning to destroy the new world?

Let’s find out more on the next chapter, One Piece 676. I’ll try to post One Piece chapter 676 spoiler or raw scans if I encounter one. Hopefully the next chapter will be released on time. Stay tune!



4 responses to “One Piece Chapter 676 – The Weapon of Mass Destruction”

  1. H2S is Hydrogen sulfide…….

  2. “Hmm H2S Gas?! That’s not even in the periodic table. Anyway, that’s anime for you.”

    H2S is sulfhidric acid. In periodic table appear the elements which form this compounds.

  3. Of course Hydrogen sulfide isn’t on the periodic table its a chemical compound of Hydrogen (H) and Sulfur (S). But thats fine. Its cool how Caesar can mess with gasses that makes him a Chemist’s dream.

  4. Hydrogen sulfide is the chemical compound with the formula H2S. It is a colorless, very poisonous, flammable gas with the characteristic foul odor of rotten eggs.

    Sourc: Wikipedia 😉

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