Every chapter, increases my desire to see the chapter when that scumbag Orochi gets his just desserts.
Death is too good for him. He needs to suffer badly.
This is an interesting take on Orochi. I thought his expanded backstory actually made him more sympathetic(In that I don't want to see him get a brutal comeuppance).
Seriously, what Orochi is doing is really not that different from what other protagonists who seek vengence do. Especially in regards to handling the fodder members of the group/person they are seeking vengence against.
So to me, its interesting that Orochi seeking justifiable vengence against a country that has persecuted him for being born is somehow being viewed as a completely evil and irredeemable action.
Note: I know that most protagonists eventually grow out of their vengence seeking mindset, but that's usually because they meet people who help them through that.
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After reading the official translation and thinking about it, I actually don't think Oden's decision was wrong.
Think about it, Kaidou's dragon form has massive AOE damage, he can level wano to the ground in hours.
Oden had absolutely no way of knowing that because it was the first time he met Kaidou. So how would he know what range of abilities Kaidou has?
Also, I know it hasn't been confirmed, but I'm pretty sure Oden has the advanced form of haki Luffy is currently learning. And from what we saw in MarineFord, you can use it to guard against such attacks.