sarcastic as always kidd.
lol there it is
right but odas not smart enough to know that. I'm barely smart enough to know that. and its not like I know what the most durable is neither, but hey for a fictional story it works.
so your saying you don't want to see zoro cut sea stone?
the question is whether or not luffy or sanji can even break a diamond. sanji perhaps, ge can aim for the imperfections. but luffy? what in his repituar makes him capable of breaking diamond?
mind you I'm not disagreeing but I'm curious about the logic. I mean supposedly zoro is applying the most pressure out of all of them with his attacks so just saiyan.
you my problem with zoro cutting harder and harder stuff is the way he explained how he does it in alabasta. he said all he is able to "hear" the substance and cut it, so the second he figured out that he should be able to cut anything really. maybe he could of gone on to say he needs more training to "hear" diamond or sea stone, but he never said or hinted at that. so him cutting sea stone is cool, but i want an explanation on why what i said doesn't apply
probably not sanji don't know why i even said that, but luffy can break steel, so he can easily break diamond.
well that is the thing, diamond is the hardest substance on earth, therefore only other diamond can scratch it, but hardness is different from toughness, its ductile strength is actually much weaker then steel's, especially since unlike steel diamonds don't bend meaning it can take a lot less stress. it is like my old chemistry teacher said, you cant scratch a diamond, but if you want to break it just hit it with a hammer.