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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.

‘Game of Thrones’ Season 8 Episode 2 Leaks

We all noticed that Brienne had no speaking role in the last episode. I'm sure we all assumed they were giving her speaking parts in the next one. Well it just occurred to me that given the fact that Jaime is having a trial in this episode, Brienne is going to have a lot to say on the subject. I have been guessing that there would be parallels to Tyrion's trials from previous seasons, and that leads me to think that Bronn will factor in somehow.



I doubt there will be a trial by combat though. That's more of a Faith of the Seven thing, Jaime can't really fight, and I doubt anyone thinks that's a good use of time anyway (showrunners and characters alike). I think e3 is going to be all battle scene, and the seige will begin at the end of this episode. So Bronn has to show up at some point - unless he gets there after the battle for some stupid reason. Any thoughts on Bronn? Also, I really want Bran to reveal that Jaime is a basTarg. I know he is one, I just want it acknowledged for the cockeyed world to see.




The second episode of “Game of Thrones'” final season has leaked online ahead of its Sunday night debut. Fear not, “Thrones” fans: though the internet is dark and full of spoilers, this post is free of any details from Season 8 episode 2. Rumblings of a leak began on the “Game of Thrones” Reddit and spilled over to Twitter as users pointed out that the second episode was streaming much earlier than its slated release on Amazon Prime Video in Germany. The leaked footage was posted to website Openload, but was quickly taken offline. However, details from the new episode already flooded the Internet (and Twitter)  so peruse the world wide web at your own risk. Representatives from HBO have not responded to Variety’s request for comment. This is the second leak HBO has faced during their series finale run. In a separate incident last week, the first episode of Season 8 was released four hours early on DirecTV. Piracy has plagued “Game of Thrones” for years, but the long-going battle against leaks has hardly hurt their ratings. The series premiere set a multi-platform record with 17.4 million viewers. That being said, security was still tight on set. “Game of Thrones” actor Iain Glen (who plays the dedicated Jorah Mormont) detailed the lengths production went to in order to avoid spoilers. Not a single paper script was allowed, everything was kept on iPads. And it’s been reported that several fake scenes were filmed in hopes of confusing any would-be leaker. “Game of Thrones” airs Sundays at 6 p.m. PT/ 9 p.m. ET on HBO.

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