OPM’s Potential Love Triangle: Saitama, Tornado, and Blizzard’s Relationship Explored

One-Punch Men Hints at Changes to Saitama and Tornado’s Relationship

Tornado’s anger flares in One Punch Man. This fight seems to be driving Saitama and Tornado in an interesting direction.

Spoilers for One Punch Man Chapter 177, “Eye Witnesses”, By One, Yusuke Morata, John Werry, and James Gaubatz.

Some recent developments caught One Punch Manoff at guard. Fans can still get adrenaline from the action-packed matches after the epic “Monster Association” arc. Tsukuyomi has been introduced to the franchise as the next big evil organization. But, it seems that the franchise is also laying the foundations of a romantic triangle between Saitama (Psychic Sisters Blizzard) and Tornado. There are interesting developments in Chapter 177.

Tornado, Blizzard, and Tornado learn that Tsukuyomi is out on a hunt for the former Monster Association executive Pyschos. Blizzard comes across Saitama while she is on her way toward the new headquarters. This is the only reason Saitama is involved in the plot. This causes Tsukuyomi to clash with Tornado and results in the latter’s loss. Tornado’s fury can’t be contained. She then turns her attention toward the Blizzard Bunch, for allowing a spy to enter their ranks. Saitama comes in just as she is about to give them a taste.

Terrible Tornado unleashes her Terrible Powers Upon Saitama

Saitama, seeing how Tornado’s rampage has destroyed the new headquarters building, grabs Tornado and drags her outside. This, however, does not help Tornado’s anger. It makes the psychic even angrier. Realizing that her bald hero doesn’t want to give up on her wrist, she throws Saitama around in a whirlwind. She even slams him into the ground. But the latter’s grip stays tight. Saitama will only let Tornado go after she guarantees she won’t run.

Tornado continues to rage, even though he has let her go. She flicks Saitama’s enormous forehead, sending him flying. She summons her trademark tornado and flicks giant rocks toward Bald Cap. With Saitama’s enormous strength, he can deflect the rocks with ease. However, Tornado continues to barrage Saitama with debris and Saitama starts to lose his temper. He manages to keep his cool and humor the psychic.

Terrible Tornado Wrote It All Wrong. However, She Seems to be Enjoying the Fight

Tornado may be annoyed that Saitama is holding her, but the No. The Bald Cape’s relationships with her sister are the main concern of 2 Hero. She believes Saitama loves Blizzard. She asks him whether he is also in love with her because he will not let go of her wrist. But this is not the truth. Saitama sees Blizzard only in passing and doesn’t consider him a friend. The blind Tornado, however, will not stop fighting for the things she believes in.

Tornado’s barrage of attacks and rage, Tornado manages to let some emotions slide, even though her expressive nature isn’t always apparent. Tornado is one character that can make it all happen. In this way, she’s similar to Saitama. The more she fights with her bald hero the more she seems to be having fun. The exchange of insults seems to be nothing more than a silly fight among five-year-olds. It won’t surprise them if they end up best friends. At this point, they are more compatible as best friends rather than romantic partners. However, future One Punch Man developments can only determine the direction of their relationship.

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