Shocking News in One Piece Chapter 1082 - T Bone Killed by Cross Guild
Shocking News in One Piece Chapter 1082 - T Bone Killed by Cross Guild

Shocking News in One Piece Chapter 1082 – T Bone Killed by Cross Guild

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The latest chapter of One Piece, chapter 1082 titled “Ayo Kita Ambil” by Eiichiro Oda, has shocked many fans and even went viral or became a trending topic on Twitter. The reason behind the trend is the news of the death of one of the Marines, T Bone, due to the actions of the Cross Guild.

The chapter began by showing a newspaper announcing the death of T Bone, who was killed by a civilian who wanted the bounty on T Bone from the Cross Guild. The panel then shifted to Sengoku and Tsuru discussing the news of T Bone’s death and the involvement of the Cross Guild.

During their conversation, Hina appeared and Sengoku asked about Garp’s whereabouts. Hina revealed that Garp went to rescue Koby with SWORD and Kujaku. This surprised Sengoku and Tsuru.

The panel then shifted to the headquarters of the Cross Guild on Karai Bari Island. It was revealed that Buggy sent money to the family of the person who killed T Bone. The killer agreed to join the Cross Guild, and Buggy promised to protect him from the Marines.

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This recent development has left many fans wondering what will happen next in the One Piece world. Will the Marines retaliate against the Cross Guild? And what role will Garp play in all of this?

It’s evident that One Piece continues to deliver unpredictable and exciting storylines that keep fans eagerly anticipating each new chapter. Stay tuned for more developments in the One Piece universe.

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