Yamato reveals true identity in One Piece Episode 1007
Yamato reveals true identity in One Piece Episode 1007

Yamato reveals true identity in One Piece Episode 1007

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In the latest episode of One Piece, which aired on January 23rd, Yamato revealed their true identity to Kozuki Momonosuke and Shinobu. As Kaido’s forces cornered Shinobu and Momonosuke, Yamato suddenly appeared and announced that they will defend Kozuki as they are Kozuki Oden. Yamato recounted the execution of Oden by Kaido, which they witnessed 20 years ago. Oden wanted to open up Wano to the world, but Kaido had other plans. Yamato promised to protect Momonosuke and Wano just like Oden wanted.

The episode highlighted Yamato’s efforts to save Momonosuke while also revealing the antidote for the Oni virus. Chopper and the others still haven’t found the antidote, but Chopper believes that the creator of the virus would have also made the antidote. According to Chopper, if they can get their hands on the antidote, they can make enough medicine to save many lives.

The Oni virus can turn humans into frozen statues, and infected humans become more aggressive, fierce, and stronger. The skin of people infected with the virus hardens and becomes cold. If left untreated, the virus can kill the host. After being infected with the virus, a person can only survive for an hour.

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It is known that Queen gave the antidote to Apoo. Will Chopper be able to find the antidote before it’s too late? Fans eagerly await the answer in One Piece episode 1008.


In conclusion, One Piece episode 1007 sheds light on Yamato’s true identity and their determination to carry forward Oden’s vision. The episode also keeps the audience on the edge of their seats with the chase for the antidote and the fate of those infected by the virus. We look forward to seeing how the plot unfolds in the upcoming episode of One Piece.

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