As Queen put the pressure on Sanji with a chokehold attack, his body acted even stranger. Sanji emerges from an explosion and his body had been contorted and shifted, but he had broken no bones. In fact, his body was able to snap back into place.
Also, Who killed Sanji? Krieg fired his MH5 bomb at them and Luffy threw Sanji and Gin two masks to protect themselves from the poison.
Sanji continued to be beaten up by his brothers regularly, with his sister Reiju occasionally tending to his injuries. At the same time, he staged a state funeral for his son, informing the onlooking Germa 66 soldiers that Sanji had died in a tragic accident.
Interestingly enough, Sanji reveals that he's been feeling weird ever since he first put on the Raid Suit earlier in the arc. As he explains to Zoro, it's not that he feels bad, but feels weird. So now it seems like Sanji's fiery kicks do not come from his Haki training, but instead could come from a godly source.
The drug rendered Sanji alone a "normal human" at birth, but only until recently when he would later awaken his genetic enhancements during the raid on Onigashima. Sanji's genetic modifications compared to his brothers, affected only his body due to having a fully developed set of emotions before it awakened.
Their cruelty extends to their mutual quadruplet brother, Sanji, whom they see as a failure due to his lack of genetic enhancements and his capacity to empathize. Judge, witnessing this flawed design in their genetic engineering, desperately thought at last that something was wrong with them.
86 Chapter 865. ↑ One Piece Manga — Chapter 1023 (p. 6), Queen refers to the Vinsmoke siblings as "cyborgs".
The comic has the Vinsmoke Family as the main villains. This comic is a part of the Marine propaganda. It has a fictional Marine hero known as Sora. The name of the Vinsmoke Family was considered to be another synonym for evil.
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