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Red has fixed one of the most serious problems in the series

The One Pice Film: Red feature fixed some bugs that had been evidenced in the Wano arc.

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One Piece Film: Red has fixed one of the most serious problems in the series

The recent and successful One Piece Film: Red has managed to be among the most viewed this year, with an incredible box office take that led it to hold the title as one of the highest grossing this year, this being one of the most interesting films in anime culture, alongside Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero.

Likewise, the development given to this story in the film seems to have fixed one of the most serious problems in the seriessince his last arc, despite how important and successful it was, had some somewhat negative inconsistencies.

Nonetheless, the One Piece Film: Red featurette appears to have solved this problem. Next, we tell you the details.

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This post contains spoilers for One Piece Film: Red.

What problems did the Wano arc have?

The Wano arc left some errors during its broadcast

The Wano arc left some errors during its broadcast

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The Wano arc has been the most transcendental and important that One Piece has had, since many mysteries that the series has been keeping for a long time could be known in it, since this was the preamble to the interesting events that are to come.

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However, even though this is one of the most relevant and longest arcs One Piece has ever had, this one had some shortcomings Regarding the development of the plot and some characters, it was evident that not all the details were fully addressed.

One of the biggest problems this arc had was the little importance what was given to Kaido’s backstory and motivationssince basically this part of the series was about him and all the exploits that led him to become who he was at that moment.

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However, it was not like that, because this arc spent more time focusing on other characters’ combatsthat in what he really had to have done and was to give him the necessary relevance to KaidoWell, he was the main villain.

The Wano arc did not give a good development to Kaido's backstory

The Wano arc did not give a good development to Kaido’s backstory

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The lousy treatment The amount given to Kaido’s backstory was evident, as this was supposed to be the most formidable villain to appear in the play to date. However, the development of events did not show it this way, since the little attention to detail that was given to his stories and motivations made it they made me look like a generic villain.

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Unlike villains like Big Mom or Doflamingo, who, in their respective arcs, their backstories and motivations were very detailed and well developed. That issue aside though, Wano has been an exceptional and fun arc.

How has One Piece Film: Red solved this problem?

One Piece Film Red has given Uta better development as a villain, trying not to follow the mistakes of the Wano arc

One Piece Film Red has given Uta better development as a villain, trying not to follow the mistakes of the Wano arc

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The One Piece Film: Red feature has fixed these serious problems with the Wano arc, by giving it a better treatment and development of their own history. It should be noted that this film takes place after the events on this island.

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One Piece Film: Red gave the plot a better development, as it focused directly on the story of its main villain, his motivations and history received great attention to detail, without giving so many detours or wasting timemaking more direct and easy to tell the events of the film.

One Piece Film Red gave Uta a better development as a villain

One Piece Film Red gave Uta a better development as a villain

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Another thing to highlight about the film is that the final battle against Tot Musica had a better development than the fight against KaidoWell, in this fight against the musical demon, Luffy and company had to join forces to stop this monster.

As for the final battle with Kaido, it seems like it was a so repetitivesince Luffy defeated him using a similar movement The one he used to defeat Doflamingo, leaving much to be desired, since he had just acquired the epic transformation of Gear Fifth.

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One Piece Film: Red realized the mistakes that the Wano arc had and focused on not committing themsolving them and giving them a best story development.

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