One Piece Chapter 933 Spoilers: Is Komurasaki declared Wano’s new Empress & Oden’s daughter?
Fans are excited to know One Piece Chapter 933 will be released in the next issue of Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine on February 18. As Chapter 932 had given plenty of surprises and revelations, the anime enthusiasts are expecting to see more actions in the upcoming chapter.
The events in One Piece Chapter 933 will have a focus on Komurasaki, who is considered as the most beautiful woman in Wano. She has drawn herself into trouble by slapping Orochi to defend Toko. She was suggested by the people surrounding her to apologize but she denied. Instead, she said that she would never say sorry as she is the daughter of a warrior.
One Piece Chapter 932 ignited plenty of predictions in the minds of fans with the above revelation and many anime lovers now believe that Komurasaki is Oden's daughter. In one of the previous chapters, Momonosuke was seen saying that she has a sister. GameNGuides reported that since she didn't come along with the time travel, she must be the same age as Komurasaki if she is still alive. Hence, there is a possibility that Komurasaki is the long-lost sister of Momonosuke.
One Piece Chapter 933 is expected to reveal the real identity of Kyoshiro as he protects Komurasaki from Orochi. Komurasaki is set to be punished after hitting Orochi (already mentioned above), mainly for her refusal to apologize. Spoilers suggest that Orochi is set to exterminate Komurasaki anyhow. Inquisitr claims that instead of killing her, he will go mad and start destroying the entire mansion, which will make way for her and Robin to escape.
On the other hand, some fans believe that the upcoming Chapter may show that Kyoshiro could stand up with his sword, strike it at the installed rule and announce Komurasaki as the new Empress of Wano.
Anything can happen in One Piece Chapter 933 and all these are fans' predictions and possibilities based on the previous chapter(s). As February 18 is the release date, digital scans can be released earlier on February 15.