Chapter #1011 of One Piece may have recently had a significant character switch sides. Is Big Mom gunning for Kaido next?
One Piece’s Wano arc has unfurled in some lovely startling manners, with the Onigashima Raid, particularly, playing with our assumptions as perusers. Eiichiro Oda’s at his best when his characters are limited to a solitary area while pinballing off various foes, impediments, and time imperatives, which consistently prompts stunning turns of events. Section #1011 of the manga gives one more illustration of that, noteworthy that one of the two significant adversaries of this circular segment may have quite recently exchanged sides.
The last time we saw Big Mom, she was recuperating from almost suffocating on account of the consolidated endeavors of Law and Kidd. In the wake of being saved by Prometheus, Kidd and Killer fragmented off from the rooftop to pursue Big Mom. Presently, in Chapter #1011, Big Mom fights back, delivering another electrical assault from an alternate homie she currently calls “Hera.” Prometheus had asked Big Mom for some help in the past part, and this may be what the sun homie was requesting, prompting the Soul Devil Fruit-client to make a totally new lightning homie to supplant Zeus.
Big Mom’s staggering assault, Fulgora, causes herself, just as Kidd and Killer, to crash back inside Onigashima; notwithstanding, the two Kidd Pirates land on the third floor while the Yonko lands on the second.
On the subsequent floor, the youthful kunoichi, Tama, alongside Nami and Usopp on the rear of Komachiyo are being pursued by the Tobiroppo, Page One. Page One dispatches himself onto the backside of Komachiyo, which prompts a funny arrangement of boards of the fainthearted pair attempting to assault every one of the flimsy parts on Page One’s face and neck. The more courageous Tama coordinates Komachiyo to the open royal residence region, where the sharp kunoichi plans on providing an order that can arrive at all of the Beast Pirates that she become a close acquaintence with through her dumplings.
Usopp shoots two back to back Pop Green shots that knock off Page One, yet similarly as they appear to be free and clear, Big Mom lingers ahead. The Yonko seems prepared to attack Usopp and Nami… that is until Tama welcomes her with an agreeable grin.
Oddly, all of Big Mom’s mischievousness and malignance dissolves away, supplanted with just a cordiality towards the youthful kunoichi. As per Prometheus, this is Big’s “mom mode,” something which just shows around exceptionally little youngsters. As Nami and Usopp cover up in the hide of Komachiyo, Big Mom says thanks to Tama for aiding her when she lost her memory around there. Tama concedes to Big Mom that Okobore Town was torched by Kaido’s men, and after hearing this from the crying youthful kunoichi, Big Mom’s fury returns.
At that point, Page One finds Komachiyo and prepares to stun the world Mom is here to help him bring down Nami, Usopp, and Tama. All things being equal, Big Mom reminds Page One that even in the unfeeling universe of privateers, “there is as yet a code of honor,” which she circles back to an alarming punch to his neck mixed in haki.
Big Mom getting impermanent amnesia back when she originally showed up at Wano appeared to be a peculiar, unrelated storyline at that point, yet having it returned into play in a particularly compensating way is a solid result. It’s like a far-removed sidequest right off the bat in a JRPG out of nowhere empowering the enlistment of a late-game supervisor to your gathering a lot later on. Right now in the One Piece manga, Big Mom is unquestionably guiding her resentment towards Kaido’s men, yet relying upon how things work out, she may simply end their coalition and proclaim battle on Kaido too.