One Piece’s epic Wano Country Saga also ended in the anime; The manga was adapted a while ago and now the anime has also featured Luffy and his crew members going on a new adventure. Before we continue, however, we’d like to wrap things up here and explain some of what happened in the final moments of the story. One such moment was the legend of the “Dragon King” and “O-Lin the Great Yōkai”, told to the people of Wano. But, who are “The Dragon King” and “O-Lin the Great Demon”? Keep reading to find out!
Article details: After the fall of the two emperors and the liberation of Wano, the story of the Raid on Onigashima was told by a storyteller to an audience made up of the people of Wano. The story is about the fall of the “Dragon King” and “O-Lin the Great Demon”. The identities of the two villains were quickly revealed. Apparently the “Dragon King” is Kaidou and the name is a reference to his Devil Fruit. Of course, this means that “O-Lin the Great Yōkai” is actually Big Mom, and this nickname is a reference to her real name, Charlotte Linlin, and her appearance.
After the liberation of Wano, the Onigashima Raid became a famous legend
Well, we all know what happened to Wano after the fall of the two emperors and their vassal, Orochi. The country of Wano was finally liberated, and a grand festival was held in the Flower Capital to celebrate the success of the liberators, i.e. the Alliance, when the tyrannical rule of Kaido and his co. His alliance, Big Mom, has finally ended. And while Aramaki’s brief attack threatened to spoil the celebrations, he couldn’t get close to the Flower Capital.
At the same time, the festivals in the capital of Wano Country continued, and at some point, after everything finally settled down, it was time to tell a little. Wano has proven itself to be a country of myths and legends, so it’s no surprise that the story actually ends with a narrative twist that nicely summarizes the entire story and the huge success of Alliance against the oppressors of Wano.
So what happened? Well, a storyteller decided to tell the story of the Raid on Onigashima to the gathered people of Wano. It is a story full of suspense, ups and downs and excitement, as the entire story-one of the best in the series-has been told with so much passion. The main villains of the story are described in the story as “The Dragon King” and “O-Lin the Great Demon”, and that is a great thing because a good storyteller definitely needs to know how to create out a fascinating story, so the main villains of this story’s nickname is definitely a plus.
The narrator reveals that the captains and the Alliance were able to defeat the “Dragon King” and “O-Lin the Great Demon” in Wano, which finally ended the tyrannical rule that had plagued for Wano Country 20 years. With the fall of the “Dragon King,” Onigashima also fell, and with it, the last symbol of the tyrannical rule plaguing Wano was no more. Of course, the narrator did not present their audience with all the details; It wouldn’t have made any sense if they did, but the gist of the story remained the same and that’s how it happened.
Additionally, the narrator tells the story of Hiyori and Orochi, revealing that the vile vassal who “ruled” Wano tried to kill Hiyori, but Denjiro eventually defeated him. The narrative portion of the story ends with Hiyori and Toko playing some music while the audience happily applauds the success of their heroes and the liberation of Wano. And that’s more or less the gist of the narrative. Now we will continue to explain who the main villain of the story is, as you will find out the identities of the “Dragon King” and “O-Lin the Great Yōkai”.
The identities of the famous “Dragon King” and “O-Lin the Great Yōkai” in the series
And now, we’ve come to the point where the identities of the two villains in the final narrative arc are about to be revealed. revealed to you. In this section, you will find out who “The Dragon King” and “O-Lin the Great Yōkai” are, although we think by now you may have already deduced – “The Dragon King” and “O-Lin the Great Yōkai ”, which is quite clear from the story we told you and from the story told in the series itself. However, in case you don’t know, here is the direct answer.
The “Dragon King” is actually Kaidou, as you might have thought. He rules Wano after usurping rule of the country, and since his Devil Fruit allows him to transform into a Dragon, the nickname “Dragon King” really fits him, as it describes both him and his role in Wano. Nation. This is pretty obvious and the narrator doesn’t do much to hide Kaidou’s identity.
The second character, “O-Lin the Great Yōkai,” is actually Big Mom. And although her nickname is less obvious, what we’re talking about here is absolutely clear. The first part actually refers to her real name, Charlotte Linlin, while the second part actually refers to her appearance and powers as she actually looks like a giant demonic entity when use his Devil Fruit powers.
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