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One Piece 1052 Spoiler: Momonosuke's Permanent Form

One Piece 1052 Spoiler: Momonosuke's Permanent Form

Kozuki Momonosuke is an important figure who appears in the Wano Country arc in the One Piece series. He is the son of Kozuki Oden as well as Toki. 

Oden himself is the rightful heir of Shogun Wano, before he died because of Kaido's execution. 

Since Orochi and Kaido came to power, the residents of Wano have lived in misery.

This is what then made Momonosuke vow to restore all the glory of Wano. 

He is also determined to get things back to the way they were, just like everyone is free to do whatever they want. 

Even so, Momo's struggle was not easy. Because, what he was facing was the most powerful being in the world.

Momonosuke was very lucky to then be able to meet Luffy and the Straw Hat crew, where they later helped Momo with his big mission. 

Even so, Momo himself wasn't really a figure to be reckoned with, at least for now. 

Why is that? Because, Momo's body and age are still small.

One Piece 1052 Spoiler: Momonosuke's Permanent Form

When Toki sent Momo and some of the Red Scabbards to the next 20 years – right now – Momo was still 8 years old. 

This means that Momo still doesn't have any experience, either in terms of fighting or in anything else. 

This is what then makes many fans think that Momonosuke is a less useful figure during the Wano arc.

But now, Momonosuke has received help from Shinobu to turn him into a 28 year old adult male. 

Thanks to a technique called Juku juku no Jutsu, a technique that can increase one's lifespan, Momonosuke finally grew up. 

Even so, it can't be denied that Momonosuke's mentality is still 8 years old.

Momonosuke's Permanent Form in One Piece?

One Piece 1052 Spoiler: Momonosuke's Permanent Form

When Momonosuke became an adult, he could feel many "advantages". 

An example is the size of Momo's dragon being able to match the size of Kaido's dragon form. In fact, this also makes many people surprised and surprised because they are similar in size. 

We can see this in several moments in several chapters. 

For example in chapter 1050 yesterday, where the residents of the capital city of Bunga suspected that Kaido's figure had appeared.

Some geeks may ask, will Momonosuke then be able to return to his original size? 

The answer is no. 

Momonosuke will not be able to return to his original body size, because it is the 'effect' of Shinobu's devil fruit. 

According to Shinobu, anyone affected by this technique will not be able to return to their original body. 

They will remain in that form.

That is, in other words, Momonosuke's current form was his permanent form. 

Momonosuke will no longer turn back into a childlike figure, like when his character first appeared. 

However, a big question arose. 

With Momonosuke continuing to grow and develop, will his body adjust too?

As explained above, Momo's own current age is actually 8 years old. 

However, Shinobu then turned Momonosuke into a 28-year-old male figure. 

This meant that there was a gap of 20 years between Momonosuke's mental state and his physical condition. 

Because of that, it will be interesting to see what will happen to Momonosuke. 

Even though he's still technically 8 years old, it looks like Momo is slowly starting to adapt like an adult.

Also, it's interesting to see how big Momonosuke's role will be in the future. 

Momonosuke will likely still have a big role in the next One Piece story. 

Moreover, the narrative in the last panel in chapter 1051 explains that Momonosuke will be the most powerful and most powerful Shogun that Wano has ever had.

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