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One Piece 152 - ONE PIECE [GER]23:06 Min Free

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One Piece 152 - ONE PIECE [GER]23:06 Min


After Future Trunks seemingly kills Goku Black and Zamasu, Goku goes to congratulate him when Trunks is hit in the back by a ki blast from Black. Future Zamasu and Black then stand up and to everyone's horror, both transform into a separate Fused Zamasu. The Zamasus begin beating on Goku until Vegeta blasts both them with Gamma Burst Flash. The attack obliterates both Zamasus into pieces however each of the pieces suddenly turn into another Zamasu. Shin teleports Goku and Vegeta to the Time Machine where they attempt to escape but are interrupted by hundreds of Zamasus. Goku and Vegeta prepare to go down fighting before Goku realizes he has the button Zeno gave him, which he uses to summon Future Zeno. Future Zeno is disgusted by the state of the world he is brought into and decides to erase it as everyone barely escapes in the Time Machine and Infinite Zamasu and the future timeline are permanently erased.

Goku hovers up to Hearts, confirming that he is the person he'd been told of when Kamin and Oren attack him in unison. Goku easily overwhelms them with his strength and reflexes and knocks them down again. After Kamin and Oren merge together to become Kamioren, Goku briefly battles the merged warrior until Hearts summons Lagss who appears within a large, pointed glass shard that Hearts sends towards Goku. Goku exerts all his strength in destroying the shard and reverts back to his normal state in the process. Lagss then uses the broken smaller pieces to attack Goku and severely injures him to the point he falls down. Trunks saves him just in time from being hit by a vital attack but then manages to get to his fight to in turn save Trunks though receives even more damage.

Goku withstands the energy blast and emerges in his mastered Ultra Instinct state where he then proceeds to dominate the battle. When the other members of the Dragon Team launch an energy barrage at Kamioren, Goku fires off a powerful Kamehameha which causes the red bio-gem on Kamioren's chest to begin to crack. Goku charges forward and follows up with a strike to the gem which causes Kamioren to shatter into pieces. Exhausted, Goku reverts back to his normal state.

After leaving Earth in the spaceship designed by Bulma, a piece of the ship falls off and Goku, Trunks, and Pan are forced to crash land on the planet Imecka to get the parts needed to repair the ship. Groups of merchants swarm Goku and the others and they have to go to the gold star hotel to hide from the swarms of sellers. They then realize they are being charged every second for everything in the hotel including the lights. They escape without paying and stumble upon the house of an old couple and their children. They talk about Don Kee, the ruler of the planet, and how he mistreats his people. Just then, Don Kee's men come and repossess the old couple's house saying they were behind on payment. Goku suggests that they go and fight Don Kee, but the couple says that is impossible because of his grand army. On their way back to the ship Trunks drops the Dragon Radar and it is swallowed by a small robot named T-2006, nicknamed Giru, who says that he can not give the radar back to them because it is already integrated into his system.

It is then that we see Myuu's true creation, Baby, who breaks free from his containment after being revived, but stopped by Goku and the others. However, as a defeated and injured Dr. Myuu escapes, a piece of Baby's scattered remains jumps onto his skin, later busting out of Dr. Myuu and reforming into his original state. Baby, is in fact the last surviving Tuffle, the original inhabitants of Planet Vegeta (Planet Plant). Baby is a machine mutant who was created by Dr. Myuu; however, Baby states that he is Dr. Myuu's master, and that Dr. Myuu was designed to revive him.

Parts are divided into numbered bags, from one to 46, so each contains an average of around 200 pieces. I didn't time how long it took to build it overall, but I reckon it averaged about 15 minutes per bag, so about 11 hours in total, which I split over four days.

The liner had 16 wooden lifeboats which was enough for around one third of the passengers and crew. Here they've been built using just 10 pieces each, including 1x1 tooth plates, and their corresponding pair of davits represented by robot arms.

There is no doubt that this is an exceptional model. It's the most accurate depiction of a real-life subject LEGO has produced, thanks to its large scale and high piece count. I am sure some artistic licence has been necessary, but it's not evident. I didn't count the portholes, for example, but it certainly looks like it has the right number!

There is nothing negative I can say about it. Even the price of 570/$630 seems perfectly reasonable for so many pieces and such an impressively-sized model: it's certainly cheaper than comparatively large Star Wars models with fewer pieces.

I couldn't be more disappointed. With a piece count like that I was expecting portions to lift off and show detail of ballrooms or state rooms or the bridge. Instead we get cross sections. Sure, that is more a problem of my expectations but with a $6xx price tag expectations are through the roof. Overall it's beautiful but I just can't justify the price. I'd probably appreciate it more if I could experience the build process but at that dice. Hopefully they release a smaller version but I doubt it.

@guachi said:" @CDM Don't be deceived by the piece count. It looks like there are a lot of small pieces in this set "Yeah, I mean maybe I expected too much, and if so, that's a 'me problem'. I expected less of those pieces to be structure and more to provide microscale details. But ultimately they nailed the shape of the hull so if that's what it is what it is. It really is a beautiful set and I hope those able to justify the cost enjoy it.

This does seem to be a one-off for those who are fascinated by the history but doesn't really have the appeal to justify the time and cost for me. I would prefer a boat more down to earth similar in size to the Maesk container ship 10241, which was a fun build with only 1500 pieces and is still very popular on the secondary markets.

This is, at least for me, one of the sets you have nothing to do with unless you're an avid fan of Titanic merchandise. It doesn't look like it's an repetitive build like the Colosseum, but I do find its size to be too much. By definition, it can only be a centre display piece, and I guess I don't care about that ship that much to justify getting rid of other sets just for that.Having said that, if you're a fan of the ship and have the space, it can look great with lighting on a shelf.For each his own of course, but as reviewer mentioned "There is nothing negative I can say about it", I disagree and think its size is indeed a negative about it.(The set is expensive, but I think the price is OK for what you get so that's not the issue I have with it). 041b061a72


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