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‘Monsters’ adds to the One Piece franchise

There have been many stories in the One Piece world written by Eiichiro Oda, but there was one, which was just animated recently on Netflix, that had many fans wondering when it’ll be animated. This is the story of a legendary samurai who was known as the Sword God: Ryuma.

To know about this 25-minute Netflix clip is to know a bit of the history of the man it features and the small, but incredible feats that made this man such a legend. Ryuma was a samurai hailing from the Land of Wano and made his name known to the outside world as the strongest swordsman of his time, even though his popularity was unknown to him. This legendary samurai has made feats such as cutting through a bronze statue and cutting off the head of a dragon while it was in midair. He was an incredibly powerful swordsman with the world’s greatest warrior spirit and even centuries after his death, his skills were still regarded as legendary amongst many swordsmen throughout many generations. 

Now going back to the clip, this small 25 minute mini story showed one of Ryuma’s most prominent feats among them and the story of how he did it. Many fans around the world have been waiting for the release of this one-shot manga, leaving nobody disappointed with the result, and this mini story was jam packed with despair, hope, betrayal and amazement.

To conclude this short review, there are people who are underestimated by others simply because of one or more differences they have compared to everyone else, but keep in mind that those people are probably capable of achieving great things. Just like Ryuma, we can make a name for ourselves by sacrificing our own self interest and helping those in need, that’s what greatness is and that’s how it can be achieved. Many might disagree with this statement, but I have the belief that good things come those who do good deeds out of their own self interest.

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