Here are some examples:
Usopp falls from an Enies Lobby tower and is okay but wounded. In Thriller Bark, Zoro was falling from Oars, Usopp panics that Zoro will die if he hits the ground. To be honest, I don't remember that Zoro panel, so if anyone could help me out on that, that'd be great. But I know Oars is not the same height from half of that tower but THIS is really a problem? Holy crap. Read ^
Law does not use shambles to cut Doflamingo in pieces and throw him in the sea since he wanted to kill him so bad. I don't think you know how Law's power works but here you know if he tried attacking him several times in his room, it's pretty much clear he's tried lol; as an added note, you can read the following post I made about Haki, which again proven to be correct recently on Zoro vs Pica.
Doflamingo does not uses parasite to paralyze Luffy and cut him in piece. Besides the fact that we can only speculate on the actual explanation as to how parasite works, I'll enlighten you a bit about Conqueror's Haki. It works both passively (story setting) and actively (getting rid of fodders and anything else it might develop into). The thing about having a power system that relies on willpower is that it's not suited to only action fanatics, everyone would do well to remember that. I'll give you a quick (possible) explanation: Hancock's CoC is reliant on her pride on being beautiful - didn't work on Luffy, came under Luffy's "CoC" (No dirty jokes please). Whitebeards goal was "Family" which he attained in his journey, CoC not only brings said people to his circle but protects them (Fishman Island and any island he calls his territory; ergo 'story setting'). Luffy's? well if you recall each time he's shown his CoC burst, what Mihawk said, him making Fishman Island his, and his future allies then you should realize what kind of CoC he has. Doflamingo's CoC? I would guess at this point, it's his drive to live and being a Celestial Dragon. In the flashback he unlocked it, he swore vengeance on the townspeople who tortured him. His Parasite ability is similar to Hancock's, it not only works as an active power from a Devil Fruit but can be taken in a way of a story setting. In this case, Doflamingo controls people, even in a way - his own people. He makes vulnerable people part of his crew (Law, Baby 5, Monet & Sugar) to have them swear loyalty to him. He's a puppeteer after all but it's incredible why this is even a possibility for some people - I assure you it won't work on Luffy. Now this part may just be speculation but how Doflamingo got out of Aokiji's ice may very well also be his CoC at work.
Oda spending much energy to show how deadly Ceaser Clown's gas is; only to find that the poisonous gas will only slowly kill you. Same as the first one, you really haven't learned your lesson while reading this series huh? But more to the point, what that proved was that Caesar is a second-rate scientist, which was made even clearer during his interaction with the SHs. Which does fit his character. If you wanted a sense of danger, there was. It just didn't prove to be real.
Bellmare get's shot in the chest and dies, Brownbeard got shot in the face and lived, making the Yeti brothers lousy killers. Corazon got shot multiple times and lives long to face Doflamingo. How many times are you gonna repeat this?
While the crew were going to Skypiea, they comment on how thin the air was getting. Later we see Enel going to space all fine and found the Space pirates there and they are not wearing space suit. Freaking Aliens. First off, you really didn't know Skypieans, Shadians and Birkans were aliens as well? Why do you think they all shared the traits of having wings? Might as well make this interesting - "Alien shopkeeper" one of Usopp's 'lies' could easily be one of the Skypieans.
Kalifa and Kaku turning from a cold-hearted assassins, after eating the fruit; they mellow down Kaku has always been like that, we saw from his fight with Zoro he had some.. well, regrets? Even from their first clash in the Galley La Company, Kaku seemed laid back. More importantly, those two displayed two different outcomes for eating a Devil Fruit. Kaku added onto his fighting style, while Kalifa after using it on Sanji, started relying on her DF while fighting Nami.
The entire system of the World Nobles and the World Government's need for them. It's amazing how the world tolerate them for 800 years and no one in history tried to overthrow them despite how people hated them. And why the Marines have to protect those lawless people? If this was the real world, they would be gone already. And how do they grow without inbreeding? What the f- is this.
Enel killed an militia with his lightning attack, could not kill Payaga. Again with this.. you might as well have brought up Pell first… you're gonna bring him up huh? Anyways, Pagaya said he fell to the sea below.
Foxy landed on a bed of spikes and did not bleed but when people get cut, they bleed. Yes I know this is just a Shonen manga but it still have to have logic. THAT'S YOUR PROBLEM WITH THAT!? Oh and well he did bleed.. and it's a gag. Chapter 315.
How about when Sanji gets a nose bleed, it does not affect him but in Fishman Island it became a serious issue. I think you got that wrong. He kept bleeding THEN it became an issue. But like everyone else in the forum, I agree that it became the most worn out gag.
Shirahoshi does not summon the Sea Kings to stop the Noah earlier and waited until it was about to crush Fishman Island. Yup. That's Shirahoshi for you, freaking sadistic crybaby b-. She could've totally controlled those huge Sea Kings but waited for the lulz.
The need for Blackbeard to have a Shichibukai rank when it was really pointless the minute he enters
Impel Down. He really does not need it since the result would be the same. What. He wanted to become one before he captured Ace. His original plan was to capture Luffy. Capturing Ace brought the tension up between WB and the WG/Marines. Impel Down was understaffed due to said tension, so.. again what.
Whitebeard got stabbed by Squardo and sticks out to the back, later we see no scar behind the back. Chapter 576. Besides the 2 swords that's stuck to him? and since Squardo stabbed him straight from the front, the scar may very well have hit his tattoo.
Vegapunk surviving the blast when Ceaser Clown denoted the island Now while this is legitimate, it still falls under pretty much most of your problems with the series. You want death. Even though it's been clear death in the literal sense is NOT a strong theme in OP, you continue to kick that horse. To be clear though, we know next to nothing about Vegapunk.
We were told that Sengoku was a great planner, does not first gather armies and Shichibukais, add submarines before making the news for Ace's execution a public, this shows us he was not a great planner. You mean strategist.. and didn't he gather his "armies" and Shichibukai? He even wanted Jinbei to be on their side. But really? THAT'S your problem?
Ace starting goofy, became a generic emo. Yeah f-cking emo Ace, screw him and all who he considers family who are in danger because of him. F-ck him.
Bartolomo and Sabo finding Luffy on Dressrosa. Gotta wonder how do they know where to find him. F-cking emo Ace and his Devil Fruit.
Everyone knows Luffy defeated Crocodile despite the World Government's cover-ups "Eat shit" - Smoker
The mysterious disappearance of CP-0. THIS IS a problem, ladies and gentlemen.
Gecko Moria summoning zombies on Marineford and they look SIM
on Thriller Bark. Gotta wonder where he got them and how were they made. Plus he stole a shadows of a random Marines and did not get killed by the sunlight Chapter 559. It didn't show the Marine Soldiers, Moriah himself called them that. More importantly, think about it. Why would Moriah want the owners of said shadows he stole to die? He would have no power up…
We were shown that Sarkies was going to slash Bellamy on the back and on-screen there was blood. However in Dressrosa he was shown alive without any effect and fact that his crew still follows him to Skypiea and lost them all in attack yet in cover pages, we see the Skypiea citizens unharmed. I have no idea where you're going with this. Did you really just summarize for us? Thanks.
Plus Bellamy was seen floating on the Colosseum water. So was Galdino in Alabasta, Oda does make errors.
The factory was directly under the Colosseum, later it when it went up to the ground level, it appears besides the Colosseum. Sigh. You know what Pica's power is, right?
It was hard to see the dwelf, however the Doflamingo pirates managed to enslave them Yeah… Royal family knew of them too.. not to mention Zoro noticing Wicca, Robin pointing out to Leo that Trebol would've noticed him, totally irrelevant as well.
How so many people on Sabaody were so naive that they thought the imposter Straw Hat pirates were real ones There were imposter Straw Hat pirates?
It is stated that Law needs to have stamina to use room, manage to use it without one At the cost of his life (force). Remember that one time Yusuke beat Suzaku using his Life Energy? Man. He should've died back then. A fruit that can give you a type of immortality at the cost of your own life.. and your problem is he shouldn't be able to use it without stamina…
Law pointlessly switching personalities as he was angry at them, later propose alliance with Luffy To me, that served a double purpose, limit their activity and get back to Law if they want their bodies back. Oh and just for anyone else thinking why doesn't just Law switch Doflamingo's personality when he had one attack in this chapter. I ask you, do you know how many things Law has to do to complete that? Good luck trying to do that against Doflamingo.
Ugh, there are so much more to list. Like what? Pell?
Yes you might say "this is Shonen! Anything can happen!" Like I said before, it still have to have logic. That is like saying High Fantasy novels should not have logic now if you excuse me I got a sore wrist. This. is. One PIECE!
No offense, but you really act like one of those "smart" people who thinks they know all about One Piece and how it's gonna end like a fact then talks about the "Inherited Will" theory. Needless to say, I had both fun and regret replying to this..