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Due to his lunarian descent, King is immensely tough and durable, with Queen describing him as a monster that could survive in any natural environment.[40] In combat, even without invoking his Zoan transformation, King is able to endure extremely strong attacks without being fazed or shedding a drop of blood.[32] He has withstood powerful blows from the phoenix-bodied Marco,[64] a direct hit from Zoro's Rengoku Oni Giri (an attack that defeated Killer),[65][66] and Zoro's One Sword Style Iai: Shi Shishi Sonson (one of Zoro's strongest attacks that seemingly cut King from his head down the middle),[67] all without King suffering any discernible damage. Even an enormous explosion coming off King's body left him completely unhurt, whereas Zoro admitted that he might have died to that same explosion had it not been for his Haki.[36] However, once the fire on King's back goes out, his durability significantly decreases;[9] regardless, even in his less resilient state, King managed to endure a few of Zoro's Haoshoku Haki-empowered attacks before being defeated, and even survived his fall from Onigashima while the island was up in the sky.[55][56][68]

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At some point, Zoro managed to break off a piece on the top-left side of King's mask. Irritated at his mask being damaged, King in his Human-Beast Form began indiscriminately attacking everyone around him on the Live Floor. Manifesting his pteranodon wings to use as makeshift blades, he sent out slashing winds in a chaotic flurry that struck enemies and allies alike, while hitting Zoro with such force that he was blown a fair distance away, into the Right-Brain Tower's central hallway where Franky was. When Queen told off his fellow All-Star for grazing him too, King merely stated that he wished he had sliced Queen's neck, before following Zoro into said hallway. With his Tankyudon technique, King promptly flew at the swordsman to yet again strike with one of his wings. Albeit his mask took further damage from Zoro's consequent Ul-Tora Gari counterattack, King overpowered Zoro in their clash and sent him flying further back, causing him to smash through the Skull Dome's outer wall to the outside. With a third divebomb attack, King nearly blew Zoro off Onigashima, but Zoro managed to push himself back onto the island's outskirts where King was standing. When Zoro remarked that King should at least show him respect by using his sword to deal a finishing blow, King (now with more of his face made visible) noted that he would ask the same of Zoro.[25]

Ian McDonald and Michael Giles left the band following their first American tour in 1969. Around the same time Greg Lake was approached by Keith Emerson to join what would become Emerson, Lake & Palmer. With the absence of McDonald, Robert Fripp took on part of the keyboard-playing role in addition to guitar. As Lake's position in the band was unclear, then-unknown Elton John was booked to sing on the recording sessions for In the Wake of Poseidon, but Fripp had second thoughts and cancelled the booking.[1][2] Lake ultimately decided to leave, but agreed to sing on the recordings, negotiating to receive King Crimson's PA equipment as payment. He ended up singing on all but one of the album's vocal tracks. The exception was "Cadence and Cascade", which featured a guest vocal by Fripp's old schoolfriend and teenage bandmate Gordon Haskell. An early mix of the song with Lake singing a guide vocal was later unearthed and featured on the DGM site as a download.[3] Michael Giles agreed to play on the album after an initial attempt to find a new drummer to replace him proved unsuccessful. Other performers were Giles' brother Peter on bass (the brothers and Fripp had all worked together in the pre-Crimson band Giles, Giles and Fripp), Mel Collins (formerly of the band Circus) on saxophones and flute, and jazz pianist Keith Tippett. 350c69d7ab

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