‘One Piece’ Episode 775 Spoilers: Straw Hat Pirates Treat Zunisha, Form Sanji Extraction Team

By Mark Jason Alcala | Jan 31, 2017 09:50 AM EST
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"One Piece" Episode 775 spoilers say that the siege of Zou Island is finally over. This time, the Straw Hats, led by Chopper, will embark on a gargantuan medical mission to heal Zunisha, the giant elephant carrying the entire Zou Island on its back.

The recently released "One Piece" Episode 774 shows that Zunisha has a mind of its own after all. In addition, the elephant can actually fend off for itself it just needed confirmation and permission to implement its defensive maneuver.

The key to convincing Zunisha to defend itself was Momonosuke, reports GamesnAnime. While Luffy was likewise able to hear Zunisha's voice, it was only Momonosuke who can be heard by the elephant. When he gave the order to the ancient giant elephant to deal with Jack's fleet in "One Piece" Episode 774, it took two strikes of its massive trunk to erase the threat.

But Momonosuke's delay in giving the order had taken its toll on Zunisha. The elephant already sustained multiple wounds due to the cannon bombardment by Jack's ships. Thus, the Straw Hat Pirates will have one giant task in "One Piece" 775, dressing up Zunisha's injuries.

Chopper, in particular, will prove to be of great value in the coming operation. In "One Piece" Episode 775, he will employ his knowledge pharmacology and modern medicine to treat the giant.

The Straw Hat Pirates will also begin the task of rescuing Sanji in "One Piece" Episode 775. The group will be planning to head to Whole Cake Island, the stronghold of the powerful Big Mom and will form the Sanji Extraction Team tasked for the particular incursion.

However, another threat still looms on the horizon, one that might be explored in "One Piece" 775 or later episode. Unknown to the Straw Hat Pirates and the Zou Island inhabitants, Kaido is biding his time for his retaliation, reports Christian Times. Another worrying possibility is that Jack might still be alive waiting for someone to rescue him from the bottom of the ocean.


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