OnePiece 962(HOT) Shingeki no Kyojin 124(HOT) Fairy Tail 100 Years Quest 40(HOT) Boruto 40  (HOT) Boku no Hero Academia 250  (HOT) Nanatsu no Taizai 332  (HOT) One Piece 962 News And Spoiler  Black Clover 229  (HOT) Holiday Ideas
Read One Piece 962 Updates: The hint that oda gave in this chapter is that oden kozuki never actually started the troubles he got into. He just always gets involved in other people's problems, thats all. Yet the shogun is always giving him the blame. Why? Its simple. And this chapter more or less confirmed it. You see, oden kozuki gets caught into other people's problems, but also somehow manages to solve them, giving him the spotlight of the incident, and therefore the blame of the incident at the same time. When people want to speak the truth about the incident, oden prevents that. Just like what happened with kinemon here. Oden is like: ''its fine dont worry about''. So ultimately people will always have that feeling that he started all those incidents and troubles while in reality, its the people around him who did. So he gets hated for actually covering up for all the incidents other people were doing. And then he also gets worshipped because he covers up for all the people who started the incidents at the same time. This is actually really nice writing oda did here in this chapter. Because there is no way in hell all the incidents the shogun mentioned, were all odens doing. It was the other people's doing, but oden always took the full blame and responsibility of those incidents, making him actually a really holy grail character in the story of wano. He simply does not care about his status or anything, he just laughs it all off. He is just simply satisfied with helping the people around him. The incident in which we saw in this chapter and how it unfolded and finished gave me the reason to say all this. Kinemon started the incident oden finished the incident people were suspecting oden for starting the incident kinemon wanted to lay the truth of the incident oden didn't want that so people will always suspect him for being the starter of the incident, kinemon worships oden. Hope I explained my thoughts on this well enough. This is actually a really subtle hint oda gave in the chapter and wonder how many people caught on on it.

Shoto Todoroki

 Shoto Todoroki is a student who was accepted into U.A. High School through official recommendations to train to become a Pro Hero. He is one of the main protagonists of My Hero Academia. Shoto is a teenage boy who is relatively tall for his age. He has relatively long hair, evenly split between white on his right-side and crimson on his left, visibly reflecting his Quirk. He has a burn scar over his left eye from childhood. He possesses heterochromia, which causes his left eye to be turquoise and his right eye to be gray. In a few episodes, it's seen that he has an impressive physique, noted by Kohei Horikoshi himself in Shoto's Manga profile. Several girls have claimed that he is incredibly handsome, despite his scar.


Mina even claimed that he is the best-looking guy in the class. In his initial Hero Costume, Shoto wears a simple white shirt, white pants, white boots, and gold-colored combat vest. He also has ice covering his left torso, arm, and head, as a way of rejecting the other half of his Quirk. In his second Hero Costume, Shoto wears a dark blue jacket, dark blue pants, a silver-colored combat vest, and white boots. He also wears a belt with metal capsules containing medical supplies. Shoto later upgrades his costume before the Provisional Hero License Exam. He now has two burgundy wrist guards with metal plating that match his vest to help regulate the temperature of his body after his attacks.


Shoto originally had a cold, aloof personality which stemmed from his abusive upbringing. Focused and unemotional, Shoto preferred to keep to himself instead of hanging out with other people. After the events of the U.A. Sports Festival, however, Shoto has become noticeably more sociable, even gaining a sense of humor and occasionally smiling, although still retaining a distant attitude for the most part. Despite his usual reserved demeanor, Shoto did initially possess a mild level of arrogance, which, combined with his solitary tendencies, sometimes made him take the initiative without considering the opinions of others, as he was confident that he could take on any obstacles with his own strength. He used to be much more unfriendly as well, to the point of causing someone to resent him. Shoto is quite seasoned in battle, being able to stay calm and composed even while fighting real villains. Though brutal in combat, Shoto is well-grounded on the ethics of heroism, only wishing to subdue his frozen opponents as opposed to killing them by prolonging their frozen states. Shoto appears to draw his heroic values from All Might, which is a trait he shares in common with Izuku Midoriya and Katsuki Bakugo. Shoto had a deep loathing for his fire abilities, which he inherited from Endeavor, as it symbolized his father's wickedness towards him and his mother as well as what he was born to be: a tool to surpass All Might, a fate that he detests. As such, Shoto decided to rely solely on his ice power and never use the other half of his Quirk in battles, going so far as to cover his left torso and arm with ice in his first Hero Costume to symbolize his rebellion against his father. His flames would be used only to undo his freezing moves. During his match with Izuku Midoriya in the U.A. Sports Festival, Izuku's speech made the memory of his mother's supportive words resurface, and for the first time since his childhood, Shoto used his fire power in combat. After the battle, Shoto had mixed feelings about using his left side, but after reconciling with his mother, Shoto eventually came to terms with the half he once hated. Despite being scarred by her when he was a young kid, Shoto showcases no hard feelings towards his mother, visiting her often ever since the end of the Sports Festival. However, Shoto still harbors a grudge towards Endeavor, even if he respects his father's ability as a Hero, admitting to himself that such hatred can't vanish so easily and that he was wrong in trying to bury it. Having been denied a normal childhood so that his father could train him to realize his own selfish ambitions, Shoto still holds various psychological scars, which tend to emerge back into his mind when others compare him to Endeavor. Because of this and Izuku's influence, Shoto now strives to become a Hero, but without walking through the same path his father did. With Endeavor now attempting to improve his relationship with his family, Shoto has taken a cautious, yet hopeful approach to this development.

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