One Piece 746 Spoiler 「ワンピース ネタバレ」 第746話

2014 April 27

One Piece 746 Spoilers: The last Chapter end with Pica merges with the ground, moving the palace away and raising the entire flower garden area! So what happens next..? find out story on One Piece 746 Spoiler 「ワンピース ネタバレ」 第746話 at if you would like to discuss the Spoiler or prediction, please leave a comment below.

One Piece 746 Spoilers Summaries

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Doflamingo announces to the whole nation how there’s no way out, and no way to communicate the outside world.
You must bring me the heads of the bounties to end this game.
A father attacks his wife protecting their child. A man slashes his best friend. Marines shoot the civilians.
As chaos ensue, Fujitora uses his gravity power to press down the marines from attacking others.

Meanwhile, Robin, Barto, Rebecca, Kin-emon, tontattas, and the revolutionary trio gather around Usopp.
Barto is excited to see the legendary sogeking as he talks about the amazing feats in Enies Lobby.
Hack: I can’t believe this guy broke my arm…

The citizens of Doflamingo finally realize the truth of what happened 10 years ago.
Dofla tells announces the bounties for the 12 heads. Each star is worth a 100 million.

1 star: Franky, Viola, Kinemon, Rebecca
2 stars: Zoro, Kyros
3 stars: Luffy, King Riku, Law, Sabo
5 stars: God Usopp

Pirates turn around and rush to capture Usopp for the money.
Sabo leads the team to head to the surface, as Tontattas carry the injured Usopp.
Kin however, goes his own way and dives into a hole to look for Kanjuro.

There are some Dressrosa citizens that decides to go after the 12 bounties instead of facing 2000 Doflamingo family…
As the bounties are chased all over Dressrosa, Luffy communicates with Rebecca.
He tells her the one legged soldier (who immediately went his own way) is her father, as she had assumed.
But he tells her to hold off her tears, I couldn’t let you have the mera mera but I’ll beat up Doflamingo, so just stay alive and stick with his crew members. He promises he’ll end this “game”.

Law protests that going after Dofla is not the best course of action, the plan was to keep him alive so Kaidou goes after him.
If we take down Dofla here, Kaido’s wrath will be directed at us instead.
Luffy tells him none of that is important right now. LOOK at the state of this country, there’s no way we can stop right now.

Luffy carries Law (still cuffed) and Zoro as he dashes towards the palace, intending to jump off the cliff and head right to it.

End of chapter

One Piece 746 Trivia: Doflamingo’s flag was the first “smilie” style Jolly Roger to be seen in the series. Doflamingo also stated that slavery is “out”, but smilies are “in”. With the introduction of SAD and his illicit underground network trafficking in man-made Zoans, “SMILE”, the meaning behind his words and symbol become much clearer.

3,737 Responses to “One Piece 746 Spoiler 「ワンピース ネタバレ」 第746話”

  1. JonSnow - May 12, 2014 at 2:30 am #

    Chapter 747 spoiler.
    Satus: not confirmed

    -Donchinjao and the rest of the group reaches the front of the moving smile factory.
    -Cavendish recognizes Trebol and attacks first.
    -Meanwhile Franky is being carried away by the dwarves.
    -Franky tells them that he needs to destroy the smile factory, and ask them to take him there.
    -Sabo and group are led underground by the tontata dwarves for safety.
    -Sabo told the dwarves to take care of Usoland, then he left with Bartolomeo, Koala and Robin.
    -Meanwhile Law told Luffy that he has something important to tell him…
    -Law’s flashback 13 years ago started.

    End of Chapter.

    • crono29 - May 12, 2014 at 2:32 am #

      seems true..

      i hope there is no break this week tho…


    • burnhotspot - May 12, 2014 at 6:37 am #

      Scene 1
      Whitebeard vs 2 admirals

      Scene 2
      Whitebeard vs 3 admirals

      – Whitebeard is in his prime
      – Whitebeard can use quake gatling and soru, gappou & soru in the air.
      – Admirals have the same powers as usual
      – No restriction, no talking or chit-chat
      – Time-limit is 1 hour so need to rape fast and use all the strength at once.

      Who’ll win

      • burnhotspot - May 12, 2014 at 6:38 am #

        this site posting system really cracks me up.. i was sure i made and new post and not hit the reply button … zzz

  2. carbide - May 12, 2014 at 2:48 am #

    Looks like it has become a trend to to underestimate the power of the admirals of the marines. Yes, there must be powerful individuals in the NW, but admirals are not to be messed up with. History tells you that. You had Sengoku, Garp and Z as previous admirals.Any of those 3 in their prime can fuck up the NW. Addiionally, I do not see how can Kizaru be defeated.

    • Nidai Kitetsu - May 12, 2014 at 3:23 am #

      why cant Kizaru be defeated? haki allows people to fight any devil fruit user, so long as that user has sufficient strength there’s no reason they cant beat Kizaru.

    • Bob - May 12, 2014 at 5:29 am #

      Rayleigh fought on par with Kizaru in his old age, I don’t think Kizaru is undefeatable

  3. carbide - May 12, 2014 at 2:56 am #

    Mingo doesn’t think usopp is a threat, he just really wants him dead because he thinks of usopp as an idiot who accidentally ruined his 10 year plan. He probably doesn’t think that many people can take on Luffy/Law/Sabo anyway. Also don’t relate stars to strength or even bounties. its just for Mingo, its not like king Riku as Luffy or Curos as strong as zoro

    • Onyx - May 12, 2014 at 3:10 am #

      Well its been hinted that Luffy is stronger then Zoro but still they both have not go full out yet.

      yes Zoro > Kyros IMO

      But it could lead a bounty rise of the SH, which Oda might be hinting.

  4. Billy / Hakuba - May 12, 2014 at 3:27 am #


    I took part in the debate when you declared bold that, Dofli’s superior in terms of feat and DF mastery in the past. Since you’ve changed your mind I have nothing to spar further.

    • Leptor - May 12, 2014 at 3:55 am #

      I haven’t changed my mind. You just misunderstood what I was saying. I only said that, if I had to choose, I’d lean towards Doflamingo’s Devil Fruit mastery feats. It’s not that I wanted to choose, as much as I did just want to provide an answer. The debate was never about their overall strength.

      • Leptor - May 12, 2014 at 3:55 am #

        Don’t worry about it though. I’ve had my fair share of misunderstandings as well. :p

  5. Billy / Hakuba - May 12, 2014 at 3:35 am #


    There’s a flaw in your argument about grant the powers of Law to Zorro he too will slice a mountain. Who has told that Zorro is incapable of pulling such a magnificent feat?

    Zorro with his present capabilities will stomp any Supernova including his Captain. Don’t give a damn SHIT about haters who come up with a phrase, “Law sliced a mountain and hence he get beat Zorro”. That’s fucking nonsense.

    • Ranma - May 12, 2014 at 9:54 am #

      I know but i was just pointing out that Law cut through his Whole surroundings thanks to his df. I know Zoro can cut through anything even harder than steel but the range…the range.. Only way i can see zoro doing what Law did is by some huge flying slash or bigass tasumaki.I don’t think we can say Zoro can ”stomp” any Supernova,especially not the ones we haven’t seen fight yet (kidd,drake, and the guy who is kidd’s vice captain With swords) The Word ”stomp” is abused terribly on this site. Would you say just cuz we know Luffy was way stronger than Caesar clown he stomped him? He atleast put up a fight and i dare say he would take out 1-3 out of the Straw hats.

  6. eric v - May 12, 2014 at 3:54 am #

    Bounties less than their actual bounties except usopp. And everyoen craps themselves like its some worthwhile prize. Oda stick with your story, like when bounties used to actually be appealing.

  7. Billy / Hakuba - May 12, 2014 at 4:33 am #


    I got your stand about the co relation of Zorro stomping Monet with that of Law stomping Tashigi.

    Law powers are unique and kind of a God modding. If you analyze the battle between Law vs Smoker; Law vs Vergo, it proves that Law sucks at speed. This is the greatest advantage for Zorro and I’m among then who believe that, Law has no Busoshoku Haki. However just like Jimbei’s unique ability of hurting a DF without employing BH, Law can detach heart of a typical Logia user with his DF ability. This is what makes him over powered. I may be wrong though since that’s my theory, however to base it, Law fought both Smoker and Vergo, there were no signs of him showcasing his BH ability.

    Law’s strength cannot be assessed from battle which he faced against Vergo. There are couple of major favors on his part:

    1 – Vergo and Dofli were over confident that, he didn’t possess what it takes to slice through Vergo’s full body BH.

    2 – Law was smart enough to comprehend this over confidence aspect and took an advantage of this factor, resultant he succeeded in slicing up Vergo.

    Provided that, Vergo had dodged by jumping or bending down avoiding the assault which is over a single plane, then it would had been Law’s history.

    Proceeding with the fact that, Zorro proficiency of BH and his relative speed with an added factor of him wary about Law’s prowess with his NW sense of threat, it’s a clean sweep for Zorro against either Law. Thus even against Vergo.

    I’ll be here again to prove this with rigid bases once Zorro’s true potential is revealed. Because I’m 99.99% confident that, Zorro will be top notch contender who will succeed in his upcoming battle in the present Dressrosa arc. Up until then if you disagree with me it’s fine but I’ll assure I’ll be back once I’ve the data to prove Zorro’s capabilities, until then let’s hold our guns down.

    – Bill.

    • Bob - May 12, 2014 at 5:27 am #

      Luffy already clarified that Law had Haki, and Law being able to slice Vergo in half when he was using his full body Haki something he couldn’t do when he was a kid also confirms it, and finally Smoker told Tashigi that her Haki wasn’t strong enough to face Law. People need to get over the “NO FIGHT LOGIA NO HAKI LOLZ” logic that’s not all armaments Haki is and Law doesn’t even need Haki to fight logias since even if he did it wouldn’t do anything with his ability except increase the power of his slashes, it would affect a logia just as a normal slash would because when he cuts people with his room ability he naturally doesn’t hurt them whether they’re a logia or not

    • burnhotspot - May 12, 2014 at 6:49 am #

      you need to read and watch carefully one piece again and again before u start spouting non-sense as a Zoro fanboy.
      Luffy already mentioned Law has Haki to fight against Ceasar.

      Also Law is the fastest man in the world in his sphere. He does not move, he simply teleport or switch. Without his sphere he is not fast enough. But, until now I have never seen a guy who is able to withstand or dodge Zoro’s Lion song except one of Moria underling. He might be able to finish him off with that. Bcos to be able to dodge you need to see the attack coming, or maybe with observation haki and teleport can dodge it? Hard to decide cos this is a very close match.

  8. Bob - May 12, 2014 at 5:23 am #

    Onyx I also agree that Law is stronger than Zoro based on feats (not devil fruit ability feats but the people he’s fought) but I can’t say for sure because there aren’t really any comparative feats yet, Zoro hasn’t gone all out post time skip

  9. JonSnow - May 12, 2014 at 5:43 am #

    Who’s stronger Sabo or Zoro?

    Sanji or Burgess?

    • Bob - May 12, 2014 at 4:29 pm #

      Currently, Sabo > Zoro

      Burgess > Sanji

  10. FAME® - May 12, 2014 at 6:36 am #


    While I generally agree with your standing, your apprehension of Law’s speed may be questionable.

    Law can teleport at will albeit confined within his ‘room’. This makes him the fastest character known currently in the series.

    Speed, however, became an obsolete trait since Kenboshoku was introduced, especially against proficient users.

    Evidence points to physical strength being Law’s short-coming rather than speed. For instance, when pinned down by Fujitora he could not move and had to utilize his teleportation/switch ability just to escape.

    Zoro on-the-other-hand, was not only able to completely overpower the force of Fujitora’s gravity, but he fired a flying slash and jumped against that brute force.

    To be able to make an attack fly as well as put enough force behind it to push an Admiral several meters back under such gravity pressure is an unfathomable feat.

    Zoro certainly stands in a higher dimension when it comes to raw power however, Law’s DF is without a doubt the single-most powerful seen in the series.

    To balance Law’s god-modding ability, Oda gave him a weak body thus he cannot endure fighting or using his powers too long.

    To balance Zoro’s unmatched physical power, Oda hasn’t given him a DF ability, thus the meara mera no mi went to Sabo I guess.

    For Oda to consider Zoro to be Luffy’s equal or even go so far as to depict him somewhat superior without a DF is quite something to nimble over.

    Zoro’s CoA would have to be so strong to the point that Law’s ability won’t work on him and we simply haven’t seen anything about Zoro’s haki to determine that.

    What we have seen from Zoro though, is that his CoA flies. This is the most unusual thing in OP so far. Zoro is the only character in the entire series who has shown this ability so far – The ability to coat the air in haki

    • FAME® - May 12, 2014 at 6:43 am #

      The Admirals may have done something similar during the war when they created a haki barrier to protect the execution stand.

      If so, then only Zoro, Akainu Kizaru and Aokiji have displayed this ability in the entire series though the Admirals combined their haki to do so whereas Zoro does it on his own.

      There is something really peculiar about Zoro’s haki. Oda must show us more.

    • Nidai Kitetsu - May 12, 2014 at 7:02 am #

      while i agree that zoro is likely physically stronger than law the Fujitora example doesn’t hold, Fujitora was no longer applying his powers on zoro after zoro fell, Zoro was under no resistance when he used his counter attack.

      i also disagree that theres anything special about zoro’s haki, it would be foolish of oda to use logic to limit the number of attacks zoro could use with haki, just because they were flying attacks

      theres nothing peculiar about zoro, I get that as a fan you want him to be special like luffy is, with is Will of D., his lineage to Dragon and Garp and Ace, but he’s really not, his asura isn’t a manifestation of CoC, his CoA isn’t special, he’s like Sabo and Rayleigh, an ordinary guy achieving extraordinary feats.

      • FAME® - May 12, 2014 at 7:18 am #


        1. He was clearly still under pressure in the hole, there’s even a panel that depicts that. What are you talking about, at all.

        2. Excuse me, but of as of current, characters have only been able and shown to imbue haki into their own bodies or physical objects they are in physical contact with. Zoro is the only character to have imbued haki into something that is neither physical nor he is not in physical contact with – compressed air.

        3. Kaku himself suggested Zoro was manifesting his spirit to create illusions. CoC is manifestation of the user’s spirit As Rayleigh said. I don’t know what you know about Asura that I don’t, but don’t make baseless statements that conflict with what’s already known when there is already clear evidence.

      • Nidai Kitetsu - May 12, 2014 at 8:46 am #


        1 – ok fair enough

        2 – yes zoro used the 1st confirmed haki imbued flying attack aside from the short ranged ones we’ve seen from
        Rayleigh, Sentomaru the admirals and even the boa sisters, but i don’t see how that deems him special, despite learning about haki we still have pretty limited exposure to it, so seeing something new doesn’t make it special.

        3 – the spirit thing is an iffy topic, it was introduced before the concept of haki and has caused a lot of confusion because of kaku’s comment, the first time a straw hat member used haki was luffy against motobaro and he’s the only one to have used haki pre time skip.
        the best explanation I can come up with for zoro’s manifestations is killing intent or aura; he channels his aura to make it manifest physically, thus the bending blades in the courthouse, the bull on rocket man and asura against kaku.

        it seems that zoro learns a new skill during every major arc.
        daz bones – cut steel
        ohm – flying attacks
        kaku – channel aura

      • FAME® - May 12, 2014 at 9:23 am #

        2. Deflecting and launching projectile attacks are two different things. In each of those examples physical contact was involved.

        I have no idea why you’ve assumed those examples were similar to Zoro’s wireless imbuing of haki.

        Every one of those examples were before the time skip when Oda did not blacken-limbs and objects to depict the imbuing of haki but it’s clear physical contact occurred on deflection.

        3. Nothing iffy about it. It was clear in text. As it is, there are many hints at Zoro possessing CoC, it simply hasn’t been stated word for word yet there are subtle references to him having it hence why I said Oda needs to shows us more, which he will.

        Daz bones – Zoro learnt 2 new skills, actually. He learnt how to ‘cut-nothing’, not how to cut steel. He also acquired an unnamed ability similar to mantra that allowed him to predict where debris was going to fall and avoid it.

        Also, do you realize that the channeling/manifesting of killing intent/aura/spirit are all terms used to describe CoC?

        They are the same thing. Even when Kaku spoke to Zoro about his in the anime technique, the word he used was haki.

      • Nidai Kitetsu - May 12, 2014 at 10:01 am #

        1 – which is why I agreed that zoro was the first to use an imbued flying attack, I used those examples because you used the one with the admirals. btw any one of the fighters in marine ford could have used haki and we wouldn’t know it.
        we know that objects can be imbued and used as projectiles, as observed by Magritte’s bow and arrow. long story short it seems pretty obvious that flying attacks imbued with haki be possible.

        2 – that was not haki, that’s all im going to say.
        as for daz bones ive explained it in my reply to billy in the new section (we should probably take this to there too)
        those 2 skills were actually the same skill, he learnt to hear the breathing of objects and thus allow him to cut them and avoid them, he could hear the breath of daz’s steel.

        that’s why its iffy, using those terms and then introducing very similar terms with different outcomes has people confused, it clearly needs to be straightened out, the sooner the better, perhaps against pica.

      • D. Luffy - May 12, 2014 at 10:17 am #

        @Fame, zoro against Daz, wasn’t that a clear showcase of COO or am i wrong? he said he knew where the rocks would fall, was able to pinpoint the exact location of his sword and hear the metal of Daz bones.

      • FAME® - May 12, 2014 at 10:22 am #

        It matches perfectly with what was given as the explanation for both mantra and CoO as well as how it has been used up to now.

      • Bob - May 13, 2014 at 2:57 am #

        The only pressure Zoro was under in that hole was the pressure of having his ass handed to him by Fujitora, it’s pretty clear Fujitora was caught off guard by the fact that Zoro could bounce back up from that attack, he wasn’t continuing to use the gravity as he was with Law which required him to be right next to him

        I would not be surprised if Asura was the manifestation of Zoro’s armaments Haki (not conqueror’s) but there’s nothing special about his Haki. There is nothing more to read into Zoro using a projectile Haki attack and no one in the room questioned why Zoro could do it, they just noted he was using Haki and that’s it. If no other character in the room found it eerie then it obviously wasn’t, you’re just a fanboy looking for ways to make Zoro special

  11. FAME® - May 12, 2014 at 9:53 am #

    1. This is the ability to overpower the opponent’s will – Monnet.
    2. It can often be found in the type of people who make a name for themselves on a global scale – Zoro.
    3. It is the user’s very spirit manifest – Kyutoryu.


    Those who insist on labeling Zoro’s power mere killing intent: DATA BOOK DEEP BLUE

    Conqueror type:
    The in-born “Kingly Power” that overpowers all living things
    Among the haki types, this has the rarest number of users.

    By releasing the whole body’s aura and killing intention, the user can even make the surrounding people unconscious (with his haki).

    It is said that since the ancient times, many among the kings and rulers would possess this ability.~

    Novice stage:
    Activated when the user unleashed strong emotions
    The power of the conqueror type haki cannot be increased through training but it gets stronger only when the user’s mind and body develops. In the initial stage, the user will not be aware of this ability and it is usually unleashed at the point of strong emotions.~

    Intermediate stage:
    Manipulated at will by the user
    As the user’s mental strength improves, he can control the haki! The user is even able to manipulate the timing of use, intensity and even the area of effect of the haki’s power. This ability can be used with great effect in a battle against many.~

    Advanced stage:
    Using intimidation to cause others to lose consciousness.
    A true conqueror who possesses the power of the mind, body and spirit can release haki in all directions by merely intensifying his aura!! Such an aura is strong enough to shake ships and defeat seasoned fighters without even crossing swords…!!”


    • FAME® - May 12, 2014 at 10:03 am #

      ” the user can even make the surrounding people unconscious (with his haki).” – Tashigi.

      Perhaps Oda has too much faith in his readers and truly thinks they understand the concept of subtlety. Zoro has Coc.

      • abc - May 13, 2014 at 8:37 pm #

        So why didn’t zoro use COC on fishmand Island that would have been convinient?