The Wano Country arc is coming to an end in One Piece Episode 1085 but the new trailer strongly suggests things will not be ending so peacefully. Although the Straw Hats Pirates are shown quickly departing, it looks like Kozuki Momonosuke isn't letting them go so easily. The trailer possibly confirmed an epic showdown between Monkey D. Luffy and Momonosuke this weekend!
In the One Piece Episode 1085 trailer, the Going Merry is confirmed to be heading out of Wano Country. However, Momonosuke and Yamato are shown giving chase and it appears that the shogun is enraged by the Straw Hats Pirates' departure. Interestingly, Momonosuke's anger is caused by Luffy's "irreverent behavior that tramples on their long-standing bond."
So does this mean Momonosuke will face off against Luffy? Will the shogun manage to defeat the Straw Hats Pirates' captain? What will happen to Kin'emon and Yamato? It's all an exciting tease at things to come in One Piece Episode 1085.
Who is Momonosuke?
Kozuki Momonosuke, the current shogun of Wano Country, holds a significant role in the Wano Country arc, serving as a key ally to the Straw Hats Pirates. As the son of the late daimyo of Kuri, Kozuki Oden, and Toki, Momonosuke faces the challenges of leadership and strives to live up to his father's legacy. His distress at the Straw Hats' departure without a proper farewell hints at the deep bonds formed during their alliance.
While Momonosuke has played a crucial role in supporting Luffy and his crew, he has not yet officially joined the Straw Hats. One Piece Episode 1085 is anticipated to delve into Momonosuke's potential membership in the crew and may also shed light on the fate of Kin'emon and Yamato, adding layers of intrigue to the unfolding narrative. Fans eagerly await the episode to witness the progression of Momonosuke's character and the ongoing developments in the Wano Country arc.
Where to watch One Piece Episode 1085
One Piece Episode 1085 is titled The Last Curtain! Luffy and Momonosuke's Vow and is set to premiere on local Japanese networks at 9:30 a.m. JST on Sunday, November 26, 2023. For international fans eager to catch the latest episode, Crunchyroll will make it available approximately 90 minutes after its initial broadcast in Japan.
Here are the release times for the upcoming episode in various time zones:
Pacific Standard Time: 6 p.m. on Saturday, November 25, 2023
Eastern Standard Time: 9 p.m. on Saturday, November 25, 2023
Greenwich Mean Time: 2 a.m. on Sunday, November 26, 2023
Central European Time: 3 a.m. on Sunday, November 26, 2023
Indian Standard Time: 7:30 a.m. on Sunday, November 26, 2023
International viewers can mark their calendars to catch the latest developments in the One Piece saga at these specified times.