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All for Naught -7The crew watched cautiously as Luffy spoke to his grandfather. They had found it odd that the old man would show up like this, especially without landing a blow to Luffy's skull first, but then again, the boy was a Marine now, and therefore Garp could easily talk to him without having to cover it up later.
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The thought of that still made everyone's stomach turn.
Suddenly, Luffy's posture went frigid, and though he wasn't facing them, the pirates knew that something was bothering their friend. His muscles where tense, his back was like a rod, and his hands were curled into fists at his side.
The crew couldn't hear what the two were talking about, but they had a feeling it had to do with them, especially when the relatives parted and Luffy turned around.
He looked positively livid.
But more importantly, he looked afraid.
Luffy was beyond angry as he mulled over his conversation with Garp.
"W-what are you talking about, old man?" he had asked.
Garp's face was wary as he explained, "