One Piece Chapter 821 Spoilers: Strawhats To Split The Team Into Two?

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What could happen in One Piece chapter 821 following the 820 feature about the true story of the battle between the Whitebeard and Blackbeard pirates?

It can be recalled in our previous report that in the latest chapter released, the Minks were looking for an ally to fight alongside with them against Kaido and they were eyeing Marco the Phoenix, the pirate who saved Luffy?s life several times during the Paramount report.

Now, in order for the Strawhats to understand the life of Marco, the Minks told the Luffy and his crew the truth about Marco?s battle against the Blackbeard pirates. After the brief storytelling, Luffy then decided to start his quest of saving one of his members, Sanji. Chopper, Nami, and Brook joined their captain in his mission and went on board with Luffy.

Meanwhile, according to Movie News Guide, the other half of the Strawhats, which includes Momo, Kanjuro, Kin?emon, Rai, Zoro, Usopp and Franky, alongside Law and his crew, is going to save Wano. But, as we have stated in a separate post, Zoro would want to look for Jack after discovering that the latter is also on the island. So, it is going to be either Zoro taking on Jack by himself, or he would take the other half of the Strawhats to face the powerful pirate first before proceeding to Wano.

In a related theory, as the Minks look for an ally to go up against Kaido with them, there is also a possibility that Luffy and his squad will team up with the Minks and Marco the Phoenix to take down the villain. It is mainly because it will help the Strawhats acquire the poneglyphs possessed by Kaido, after dealing with Big Mam, who also has the other stone block.

Chapter 821 of One Piece is said to be available on April 4 as posted by One Piece Podcast. However, it is still not clear whether these above mentioned scenarios are going to occur simultaneously or one by one.

What do you want to appear first in the upcoming chapter? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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