Tower of God Chapter 504 will be released on August 17th, 2021. It is available for free online reading on Naver and Webtoon.
Tower of God is a Korean manhwa series made by SIU (Slave. In. Utero), a well-known artist, and is published by Naver Corporation’s webtoon platform Naver Webtoon. The fundamental feature of these stories is that they are set in the Talse Uzer universe. The rules in this universe are vastly different from those in our own. The past is unchangeable here, and the future is fixed in stone.
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Interestingly, Hockney and Rak outsmart the Crab in this chapter. They convinced him that the triangle symbol coins were purchased with their points. As a result, they were only after the fishes that had the emblem.
The Crab used this to show off his strength, creating crab bubbles and trapping the bluefish with triangular symbols. Hockney and Rak later admitted to the Crab that they hadn’t spent their points on anything at all. They spent 50 points to purchase 20 triangular coins after deceiving the Crab.
Yama is having a dream about his father in the meantime. He also informs Doom that the hole Doom punched through his heart has made him feel stronger. With the spotlight turned to White and Baam, the chapter ultimately draws to a close. After receiving no response, White becomes irritated. He’s starting to lose hope.
He exclaims that he can’t wait to witness a noble being fall prey to corruption, just as his father did. The jump will begin soon, according to the announcer. Only 10 seconds remaining on the clock! Baam exclaims, “He is coming!” as the chapter ends.
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— Tower of God 🐢 (@tog_anime) August 8, 2021
Tower of God Chapter 504 Release Date and Read Online
On August 17th, 2021, Tower of God Chapter 504 will be released. It’s available on Naver and Webtoon. After the Korean version of the manhwa is posted, the English translations will be available 14 hours later.
To keep up with the thickening storyline, make sure you keep reading the following chapters. Every week, you may look forward to new chapters.
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