Yamato was arguably the most compelling figure in the Wano Arc. Is Kaido’s heir as powerful as his father Spoilers for the “Wano Arc” of the One Piece manga and anime adaptation are to be found below. At this time in the manga, readers can only look back at the Wano Arc, although the crucial battle between Kaido and Luffy has just begun on screen.
The vast cast of characters in One Piece and the author’s boundless creativity in creating new Devil Fruits with a wide range of abilities have made the series a fan favorite. In the Wano Arc, viewers got to see this in action with a wide variety of interesting abilities, particularly those of the Zoan variety. The Yamato was among the chosen few that stood out because of their might; they had faced up against his father and Yonko, Kaido.
The Tale of Yamato
The motivations of the characters are often more important than their actual abilities in the world of One Piece. A daughter of “the strongest man alive” would naturally have superhuman strength. Yet, this also implies that Yamato spent his entire life being abused by Kaido. Kaido always intended for Yamato to become his heir. Yet, putting Yamato in jail and k!lling the people who fed him was a terrible plan.
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After seeing Oden’s bravery firsthand during his execution, Yamato became a huge fan of his. That’s why, after he passed away, Yamato chose to assume Oden’s identity and transform into a male in order to fool everyone into thinking he was still alive.
His incessant temper tantrums and attacks in the name of Oden led to his confinement. Yamato discovered Oden’s journal and yearned to grant his wishes, despite the fact that Oden’s life was far from ideal. He was released from prison, but he was still a hostage since he was bound with explosive handcuffs that would detonate if he tried to escape the island.
He ran across Potgas D. Ace years later, while the latter was still leading the Spade Pirates. He spent some time on Onigashima, where at first he engaged in combat with Yamato. They quickly became friends, discussed Luffy and the modern age of pirates, and exchanged Vivre Cards in order to reunite in the future. If he hadn’t been restrained at the time, he surely would have joined the Spade Pirates. Yamato was a crucial ally in the Straw Hat invasion of Onigashima because of his history and personality.
The Inu Inu no Mi
Yamato, like Luffy, ate the Inu Inu no Mi by mistake while trying to stave off hunger. Kaidou has no intention of consuming one of the most exotic and potent zone-type fruits. By eating this fruit, one can assume the form of a hybrid or full-fledged ancient wolf deity. Kaido calls it the “Guardian Deity of Wano,” thus it must be important. This deity is based on the ancient Japanese deity Ōguchi-no-Makami, who was himself based on the extinct Japanese gray wolf.
This fruit’s beneficial effects go far beyond the enhancement of claws and teeth. The Inu Inu no Mi, like all fabled zone Devil Fruits, is equipped with an elemental attack. The user can create a blast of ice that they can shoot out of their mouth or make materialize out of their body in whatever form they can imagine. You don’t have to be in full or hybrid wolf form to use the ice.
The enhanced strength and general improvement in physical ability are other characteristics of a mythological zone kind. That wouldn’t change things much for Yamato. There have been numerous opportunities to see his exploits in both the manga and the anime at this point. He engaged in a battle with Ace, a logia user, on the equal ground until Ace recognized his great might and surrendered.
During the Onigashima conflict, he deftly parried several assaults from Luffy and then put on a magnificent show for the crowd by defeating none other than Emperor of the Sea and physical apogee Kaido. Yamato’s ability to use the kanabo club (called Takeru) is a direct result of his father Kaido’s influence. Like Kaido, he possesses extraordinary resilience, though not quite to the same degree as his father. To make up for it, he demonstrates incredible speed, rivaling or surpassing even Kaido’s hybrid form.
Skilled Haki User
But at the story’s high stakes, even raw physical prowess and speed aren’t enough. Yamato has mastered all three forms of Haki for this same reason. Yamato, as we see in flashbacks to his youth, began to exhibit the Conqueror’s Haki at a young age. Right now, he can incorporate Conqueror Haki into his attacks just as well as Kaido or Luffy.
Arms Package Haki keeps up with the group. Strong enough to inflict damage to Kaido, and capable of taking on and defeating a Logia type in Ace. By imbuing his Takeru with Haki like the Conqueror’s, he unleashes the terrifying Raimei Hakke, one of the most potent assaults in the whole One Piece franchise.
In addition, he was able to detect Luffy and Momonosuke’s existence on many occasions thanks to his Observation Haki, as well as the Conqueror Haki of Shanks from a great distance. What a crazy addition he would be to the Straw Hat gang if he ever chose to join them.
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