I'm kind of confused as to whether this takes place two or three days after the big battle in Dressrosa. It says "on the third day" and also Issho rolled his die for the third time this chapter (the first time was the night after the battle), leading me to believe this is two days later.15:41, August 6, 2015 (UTC)
Well, at least two people were edit warring over this, so let's sort it out by discussion. Does Franky's eye wound constitute a scar?
It's recommended to throw away socks after a year 22:00, August 6, 2015 (UTC)
I think it is a scar, as it has a similar appearance to Zoro's eye scar. However, I do not think we should include this unless it consistently appears in the future, because Oda has a penchant for forgetting about scars. Usually only scars that have a major impact stick around, like Luffy's and Zoro's chest scars. Remember Nami's scar she got in Arlong Park? It was only there until around Chapter 100, where it was phased out. I seriously doubt this scar is "important" enough to keep, but until we can see in the future that it is, let's wait.22:38, August 6, 2015 (UTC)
- Chapter 789 p.6 - Face icon changed to show a scar.
- Chapter 794 p.3 - Franky fixs his face.
- Chapter 796 p.17 - Franky face has "a mark".
Franky fixed himself for years, if he could make it fade, he would.
There was no descussion about whether it was a scar or not. The discussion was about whether it's an actual scar Franky will keep or whether it's just something minor. We can't know this, therefore it should be deleted and we should wait. And yes, scars do heal. Thought I'd say this before people use it as an arguement...22:59, August 6, 2015 (UTC)
It as importent as zoro's legs in Chapter 122 (Giant Candle Service Set)
You seem to know that with 100% certainty. Can you look into the future? It's speculation to assume the scar will stay. There is no discussion possible about this.23:11, August 6, 2015 (UTC)
Scars can heal, ST, if they're not too deep. Not that real life science is applicable on the OP universe anyways.14:21, August 7, 2015 (UTC)