Actually, it's more likely that Sauro sank five of them while the evacuee ship sunk by Sakazuki was the sixth.
At the start, there are twelve ships present. We see Sauro destroy two battleships and see the wreckage of four or five of them while we see later see four of them lined in a row. Unless I'm missing something, Kuzan's ship is over next to Spandain and is not one of those four; he comes ashore and attacks Sauro from behind with Ice Partisan.
So there's five battleships left at the end, presumably those with the Vice Admirals still aboard, plus the Cipher Pol ship.
Oh I'm not concerned with who did what. That'll be saved for when I have tanks in my hands and can look at everything at once. I'm just amazed at this revelation which I'd been waiting years to find out but then totally forgot to look for.
I'm sorry Omae, but I hope you paod attention to post 297# in the chapter 397 thread where I explianed the whole BC conpert and Nico Robin's fear.
Erm, I believe I made an announcement back in January that I would be in Japan for a while and wouldn't be reading the board as much so I'm sorry for not reading all the posts.
And remamber, don't blame Robin for your disappointment regrating the BC, got it?
This is….an order? And where did this come from?
All I was trying to tell Omae was not to blame Robin if the Buster Call still disappoints him.
HUH??? Can someone find where I blamed Robin for my dissapointment with the BC in this thread?