One Piece Episode 949 is coming out this weekend and it will mark the end of Udon prison arc. Big Mom breaking into the Udon prison and throwing Queen away has caused a riot inside and things are in total chaos.
One Piece Ep 949 is going to focus on Queen’s poison bullets and how Luffy saves the prisoners from its harmful effects. Here are more details on One Piece Episode 949 release date, preview, spoilers, and ways to watch online the anime in English dub or sub.
One Piece Episode 949 Release Date, Title Preview and Spoilers
One Piece Episode 949 release date is set as Sunday, November 8 as per the official anime sources. One Piece new episodes are released every Sunday and the anime is maintaining its regular schedule after the COVID-19 break.
One Piece Episode 949 is titled “We’re here to Win! Luffy’s desperate Scream!” and it shows that Luffy is ready to go to all lengths to win the trust of the Udon prisoners. Queen will prepare more poison bullets to fire against the prisoners but Luffy will stop the elephant carrying the poison trunk.
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One Piece Episode 949 spoilers will reveal that Luffy takes the poison upon himself by hugging the prisoners and prove to them that he is not afraid to die. The prisoners of Udon will see that there is new hope and Luffy can save everyone in Wano by going against Kaido. It won’t be an easy task as the poison is dangerous but he will gain the respect of Akazaya Nine after blasting away the poison trunk.
One Piece Episode 949 Watch Online and English Dub
One Piece Episode 949 can be watched on channels such as Fuji TV, Korean Broadcasting System and Spacetoon. The latest episodes of One Piece anime series can also be streamed online on Funimation, Crunchyroll, Hulu, Animelab, VRV and other streaming services based on your location.
It will have the option to watch One Piece Episode 949 English sub so that viewers outside Japan can also watch it without any issues. Netflix has also added the first four seasons of One Piece anime on its streaming library and very soon, Wano arc will also stream on the service.