One Piece Episode 774
"One Piece" episode 774 took viewers to an all-new fantasy location where they were introduced to Zunisha - a massive elephant thousands of years old and literally carries an entire nation on its back. The Straw Hat Pirates haven't really spent a whole lot of time wondering why such a gigantic animal even exists.
One Piece Episode 774
In episode 773, Luffy and Shirahoshi were able to hear the voice of the gigantic elephant when it looked like no one else did. This goes back to when the two were able to hear the voices of the Sea Kings and prevent Noah's fall. This is also reminiscent of a special power that the crew of Gold Roger possesses, which is the "power to hear the voices of all things." According to Anime News Network, Luffy and Shirahoshi's ability to hear all things is comparable to many other powers in the "One Piece" universe, but there is always one single detail that helps keep things mysterious.
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It's like we don't wind down. We just kind of crash into the wall and stop, kind of like a crash test dummy. So you were telling me before the show relating it to a recent episode on the podcast; tell us which podcast were you talking about and then what happened in your classroom to connect to that research?
Oh, my goodness. It was the Neuroscience of Surprise (episode 774). It was awesome. It was just talking about, you know, instead of being so hard on our kids, instead of being so, you know, because we do have behavioral issues, we do want our children to self regulate.
The episodes use seven pieces of theme music: four openings and three endings. The first opening is "Butterfly Core" by Valshe for episodes 740-743. the second opening theme is "Greed" by Knock Out Monkey used from episode 744 until episode 756. The third opening is "DYNAMITE" by Mai Kuraki and was used until episode 773. The fourth opening is "WE GO" by BREAKERZ, starting from episode 774. The first ending theme is "Rain Man" by Akihide used for episodes 740-749. The second ending theme is Muteki na Heart (無敵なハート, lit."Invincible Heart") by Mai Kuraki, starting from episode 750 and was used until episode 762. The third ending theme is Kimi e no Uso (君への嘘, lit."Lie to You") by Valshe, starting from episode 763.
The season began airing on May 31, 2014 through May 16, 2015 on Nippon Television Network System in Japan. The season was later collected and released in ten DVD compilations by Shogakukan between January 22, 2016 and November 25, 2016, in Japan. Crunchyroll began simulcasting the series in October 2014, starting with episode 754.
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