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(Dub) 10 : Encounter With The Unknown


Even when only 5 men were in the crew at that time, the Blackbeard Pirates were a mighty force to be reckoned with. Their first appearance, an attack on Drum Island, was so overwhelming that the island's selfish king, Wapol, fled without even attempting to fight back.[18] The Blackbeard Pirates were also able to break into Impel Down's Level 4 without much difficulty (though Impel Down was, at the time, admittedly strained due to multiple riots). Every member (with the exception of Sanjuan Wolf) has also taken a direct hit from Sengoku's shock wave attack and got up easily, with only minor injuries. Great endurance and strength aside, each member possesses a special crew position (discounting the new recruits - it is unknown what positions they hold), though how well they perform such jobs is unknown.




(Dub) 10 : Encounter with the Unknown


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However, the true strength of the Blackbeard Pirates lies in their fearsome admiral, Marshall D. Teach, better known as "Blackbeard". Initially a relatively unknown name, Blackbeard has performed the incredible feat of landing a permanent scar on Red-Haired Shanks, who is famed as one of the Four Emperors in the world, prior to eating a Devil Fruit, as well as defeating two of the division commanders of the Whitebeard Pirates, Portgas D. Ace and Thatch. When asked why he had not become one of the commanders of his old crew, Teach claimed that he did not have that "ambition". Teach ate one of the most powerful known Logia-type Devil Fruits, the Yami Yami no Mi, said to be the "most evil", and held the position of a Warlord of the Sea, until he forfeited the title after he used it to reach Impel Down and recruit the prisoners mentioned above. With the assistance of his crew, Blackbeard ganged up on Whitebeard with a barrage of gunshots and stabs and killed him in a rather cowardly fashion.


With Shiryu on their side, the crew make their way to level six where Blackbeard had the inmates fight to the death with the survivors becoming part of his crew. It is unknown how many inmates were killed, but the Blackbeard Pirates gained four new members before they fled the prison while not knowing or caring there were some inmates who survived and escaped as well.[54]


After the Summit War of Marineford has reached its pinnacle point, the Blackbeard Pirates returned to Marineford with several of the most legendary and feared prisoners from Impel Down as their new recruits.[55] Teach informed Sengoku that he only wanted the Warlord title so he could break into Impel Down, and was then assaulted brutally by Whitebeard. The Blackbeard Pirates then attacked Whitebeard all together, brutally killing him.[56] After that, the Blackbeard Pirates covered Blackbeard and Whitebeard with a black cloth, inside which Blackbeard somehow stole Whitebeard's Gura Gura no Mi powers by an unknown method, and then declared that the new era belongs to him with his powers of darkness and earthquakes.[57]


Four years before the start of the series, Professor Oak hosted a Pokémon Summer Camp, where he lectured the many attendees including Goh and Chloe about Pokémon. After hearing about Goh and Chloe's encounter with an unknown Pokémon, Oak told them the Pokémon they saw was most likely the Mythical Pokémon Mew, inspiring Goh to catch Mew one day. Some time later, he would host another camp which was attended by Ash and Serena.


In Pokémon Emergency, Oak called the Viridian City Pokémon Center after hearing that Ash had already made it there from his mother. He stated how he was surprised that he had made it that far, and expressed doubts he had when Ash first left. Mentioning making a bet of a million dollars with Gary that Ash hadn't captured any new Pokémon, he was disappointed to hear that this was indeed true and he had lost the bet with his grandson. When Ash told him that he had seen an unknown Pokémon, which resembled the stone carving above him, he waved it away as nonsense, saying that Trainers have searched their whole lives for that Pokémon, and none have succeeded.


In Legend? Go! Friends? Go!, Professor Oak traveled to Vermilion City to assist in the opening of Cerise Laboratory and invited Ash to join him and attend the ceremony. He was later present when Ash and Goh recounted their encounter with Lugia. After Ash was appointed as one of Professor Cerise's research fellows, he and Delia returned to Pallet Town.


Junko laughs and asks Izuru if his logic can explain why she is in her current position. Izuru says Junko has super analytical abilities, which allows her to see several steps ahead, and wonders why she tried to attack him if she knew this would be the outcome. Junko asks Izuru if his super analytical abilities couldn't tell him that, making him wince. Junko says despair is unknown, and says that because of her super analytical abilities, she quickly got bored with the world, and despair is the only thing that excites her because it is unpredictable. Junko tells Izuru that being the hope of the world won't give him salvation. Juno tells Izuru to join her if he finds the world boring. An alarm blares, and Mukuro warns Junko that they have been caught. Junko tells Izuru that despair can save him, before he knocks her out with his foot.


Lupin's ethnic origins haven't been specified. Officially in modern media, his origin is unknown, such as in the OVA Green vs. Red where a dossier held by the Inspector Zenigata indicates his place of birth as "unknown", same with Lupin the 3rd Part 5 which also lists his place of birth as "unknown" in his profile. This is also listed as unknown on the Lupin World website.[12] In older media, it is a different case; he admits being French like his grandfather, but apparently lives in Japan. At one occasion, Lupin claimed to have taken his first bath in the River Seine.[18] Inspector Zenigata often calls him Japanese, at one point a "Japanese womanizing cheapskate"[19] and Lupin himself once called himself "half-Japanese, half-French".[20] Lupin described himself to an Imperial soldier as being mixed heritage Japanese. Goemon immediately countered by saying Lupin wasn't Japanese, but still worthy of respect. Also, Lupin can speak in gratuitous French.[21][22] Lupin the 3rd Part 6 reveals he grew up in a house in Mahiko Village, and was tutored by Tomoe.


Lupin only has an average level of physical strength, but he can throw a good punch when he needs to. His years of stealth and sabotage have made him an expert in acrobatics and sneaking. He also possesses an almost absurd mastery of the art of disguise. This skill is so complete that he can even fool close friends and family members of the impersonated party. His skinny body enables him to easily impersonate heavier subjects by wearing padding that's usually filled with a variety of gadgets. He can even throw his voice to imitate others; his favorite disguise has always been that of his archnemesis, Zenigata, which annoys Zenigata to no end. Another of Lupin's abilities is his encyclopedic knowledge of various topics, such as history, the different sciences, fluency in multiple languages, etc. He also shows amazing intuition and awareness of his surroundings. For unknown reasons, Lupin favors the Walther P38 as his principle firearm, however like Jigen he is shown to be an excellent marksman but will not kill unless his life, or the lives of those close to him, are threatened.


After school, Rad and Carlos race up the mountain to the cave. Billy and Fred follow them using a locator stuck to Rad's bike. The boys head into the cave, using a rope and a trail of rocks to mark their path. Billy and Fred follow them at a distance and accidentally destroy part of the rock trail; soon, they become lost after being scared by some bats. While advancing deep into the cave, Carlos treads on a stone plate by accident. It begins to slide downwards, with the boys rapidly riding on top. At the bottom, the boys find themselves in a strange artificial building of an unknown purpose. There they discover a glowing green stone, in reality, a Mini-Con storage panel, and Rad picks it up, activating a beacon that causes an earthquake.


Tao is shown to be extremely sadistic and evil in his actions, taking a lot of joy in killing people and not viewing his missions as just "jobs" but as a means to enjoy himself. He has absolutely no qualms in regards to murdering children, as evidenced when he made his sales pitch to the Red Ribbon Army that he was willing to "annihilate any man, woman, and child" as long as the price was right, his attempts at murdering the child Goku and when he states that Upa should be lucky that he even survived shortly after the latter attempted to avenge his father. He retained his willingness to kill children even after being converted to a cyborg, as evidenced by his confirming he can deal with Gohan to Mr. Borbonne after he interfered with killing Mr. Lao, with only Gohan's resemblance to Goku (and Gohan's confirmation that Goku was his father) preventing Tao from carrying it out. He also seems to be fully aware of his brutal reputation and makes every intention to live it out, at least in the FUNimation Dub, as evidenced by Tao refusing to pay money to a tailor, and specifically citing his rationale as being because doing so would ruin his reputation as a cold, ruthless, and destructive assassin, before offering to kill someone for the tailor (and promptly killing the tailor himself when the latter refused to issue a hit to anyone). He also at times displays a dark sense of humor. A notable example of this was when he first meets Goku: When Bora told Tao off for nearly hitting them, Tao quipped that it was the idea since he was a hitman. Tao displays cowardice when confronted with an enemy he cannot beat, resorting to dirty tactics to defeat them, as evidenced by his attempt to throw a grenade at Goku after begging for mercy and promising to change his ways. Though he normally kills for profit, there are times he will kill simply when he feels like it or when people mock him such as when Mr. Satan and the Master of Satan Castle (Mr. Satan's Martial Arts mentor) made fun of Tao's hairstyle, which lead to the death of Mr. Satan's mentor. Interestingly, Mr. Satan (the future World Champion and Savior of the Earth) survived their encounter and it is unknown if Tao simply chose to spare Mr. Satan's life or if it was due a combination of luck and/or Mr. Satan's resilience (as he has humorously survived encounters with other even more powerful villains than Tao). Regardless, Tao did heavily injure Mr. Satan and may have assumed he killed Mr. Satan as he had when he thought he had killed Goku (who luckily survived thanks to the Four-Star Ball hidden under his Turtle School Uniform) during their first encounter. 041b061a72


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