Trafalgar Law has grown to be one of the most important pirates in the One Piece world. He is a member of the 11 Supernova and has a bounty of more than 100 million berries. While Oda didn’t plan for Law to become such a prominent character, fans have embraced him. In the Sabaody Archipelago arc, fans got to see Law’s power level rise as he battled Yonko Big Mom. Law fought extremely hard and, even though he didn’t win, he did learn a lot from the fight. He also showed off a new power that has him moving closer to the Emperor levels of Devil Fruit users.
In addition to his enormous Haki, Law is also the user of the Ope Ope no Mi, a Devil Fruit that gives him the ability to create large ROOMs with incredible control. The ROOMs can be used to manipulate anything, including people, with the force of Law’s mind. In Wano Country, fans saw Law use his power to devastating effect against the Yonko and, even though he didn’t take out the whole of the army, he did leave them in no condition to fight back.
Since then, fans have been eager to see what Law would do next in his fight with Blackbeard and, luckily, the next chapter of One Piece gave them a chance to see Law’s next move. Law is showing that he isn’t stopping until he is a true Emperor and he has already learned a great deal from his fight with Blackbeard. In fact, fans got to see Law display a completely new power from his Ope Ope no Mi in the current fight.
Law revealed that he can now negate any Devil Fruit powers by coating his body in immense amounts of Haki. This allows him to counter the Shiku Shiku no Mi abilities of his opponent and, in turn, makes him a much more formidable foe. This upgrade makes Law even more powerful and it looks like the fight with Blackbeard will be a long and difficult one.
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