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One Piece 1050 Surprises, Revealed Why Whitebeard Didn't Take Oden's Revenge on Kaido

In One Piece 1050 it is known that Oden is a former member of the Whitebeard Pirates.

From the facts that exist until One Piece 1050 it is also known that Oden's death was caused by Kaido.

But from the latest clues, finally revealed the reason why Whitebeard did not avenge Oden's death to Kaido.

The following is a discussion of One Piece 1050 about the reason Whitebeard remained silent after Kaido killed Oden.

In yesterday's chapter, Kaido's defeat can be ascertained already in sight.

Luffy is shown to have punched Kaido heavily and what's even more extraordinary is that the Yonkou was thrown into the mainland of the Flower Capital.

Then at the end of the chapter, Kaido's flashback is shown, in which he tells King that Joy Boy is the one who can beat him.

This seems to confirm that Kaido has been completely defeated by Luffy.
But not only that, other flashbacks are also shown about Kaido's life story since childhood.

After he was sold by the Voda Kingdom to the World Government at the age of 15, Kaido then ran away.

Moments later it was shown he was the source of all the commotion and that was what attracted the Rocks pirates to recruit him.

One of the Rocks members at that time, Whitebeard, met Kaido and conveyed greetings from his captain.
After that Kaido officially became a crew of the Rocks pirate group.

Then as we know in the end Kaido and Whitebeard also have the strongest title in the world of One Piece.

Whitebeard is a former Yonkou who was dubbed the strongest human in the world.

That's because in addition to his extraordinary physical toughness, the ability of his Gura Gura no Mi devil fruit is also very terrible.

It is said that the ability of the Gura Gura no Mi is capable of destroying the world.

Then there is Kaido who is called the strongest being in the world.

He is a Yonkou who is currently the main antagonist in the Wano Arc and has the power of the Uo Uo no Mi devil fruit.

The devil fruit was given to him by Big Mom when they lost in the God Valley incident.

The second title also makes fans wonder who is the strongest of the two.

Unfortunately in the main story Oda has never shown how the fight between the two of them.

But strangely when Oden died, some of his closest friends including Whitebeard also learned the sad news.

Even Ace, who has heard of Oden's greatness, wants to come to Wano to avenge Momonosuke's father.

But Ace's intentions were later blocked by Whitebeard because for him Kaido was a problem that couldn't be solved easily.

So that Ace's intentions will only cause much bigger problems in the future.

This also indicates that Whitebeard really knows Kaido by not underestimating his junior.

Whitebeard's decision is indeed very unfortunate by many fans because this character is known for his extraordinary fleet strength.

He is aware that he is a father to many of his men so he does not want to make decisions that will threaten the lives of his men.

Knowing that Whitebeard really puts family first, it gave rise to another reason why he didn't take Oden's revenge on Kaido.

It's not impossible if he feels that Kaido is still his brother in the Rocks pirates.
This creates a dilemma between wanting to avenge his "son" Oden and fighting against his own brother or leaving him alone.

And as we know Whitebeard in the end did not take any action against Kaido's barbaric actions against Oden.

It will be interesting to wait for the real reason Whitebeard doesn't want to bother Kaido and of course this mystery will be revealed by Oda in One Piece 1050 or the next chapters.

Hatsuko A word after a word after a word is power.

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