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Devil Fruits & Inherited Will Theory

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Theory: Devil Fruits have individual wills and personalities which affect their owners.

The Devil Made Me Do It In Enies Lobby, as Kaku and Kalifa are about to receive their devil fruits, Jyabura explains that devil fruits work because they contain demons; Lucci tells him he’s full of it, the viewer laughs, and we come away with an understanding that people cannot eat two devil fruits, but no reason why. What if Jyabura wasn’t all wrong? A number of small details come together to act as evidence that devil fruits have personalities and wills which subtly (or sometimes not subtly) affect the personalities of those who eat them.
This is a difficult theory to find evidence for, for two reasons: first, because there are few instances where we see characters both before and after they eat devil fruits; second, because Oda’s storytelling style often gives characters powers which match their personality anyway (for example, is Van Der Decken a creepy stalker who has a thematically appropriate fruit, or does the fruit make him a creepy stalker? Does Corazon/Rocinante prefer not to talk because he has a silence fruit, or did Oda give a silence fruit because he doesn’t like to talk?

However, enough evidence exists that I believe this theory has a strong chance of being right. Moreover, the possible consequences are extremely far-reaching, an exciting trait in any theory, and enough to make this worth considering.
We see, through the story, only a handful of characters before and after eating their fruits. Most of those characters we first see as children, before their personalities are fully developed, or hiding their true personalities. Here is a list of those characters: (EDIT: I’m aware I missed several. My bad.)
* Luffy (half a chapter as a kid) * Buggy (a very brief flashback) * Kaku and Kalifa (pretending to be Galley-La workers, followed by stealthily attempting to assassinate Icerberg) * Blackbeard (one short flashback, pretending to be Whitebeard’s family, before he ate the Darkness fruit; two short scenes and a few dialogues after eating the Quake fruit)
* Ace (one arc as a kid) *Sabo (one arc as a kid, followed by a few chapters as “Lucy”
* Momonosuke (one short flashback)
* It’s possible that there are other characters we see before they eat their fruits, but it is unknown (we don’t know for certain whether, say, Whitebeard had his fruit in his various flashbacks, or when Doflamingo ate his).

Of these, the most interesting are the CP9 agents, Kaku and Kalifa. Kalifa’s personality is extremely hard to read while she is Iceberg’s secretary. However, from that section, her break-in in the Galley La office, and her brief actions on the Sea Train, it’s clear she’s extremely decisive and powerful, quite willing to get her hands dirty, and talented with a unique thorn whip. However, after eating her devil fruit, her fights with Sanji and Nami are absurd and comical. She never wields her whip, she uses almost no Rokushiki moves, and she relies primarily on her gimmicky devil fruit rather than simply kicking them both to death. Her personality changes drastically after eating her devil fruit (and not for the better). She goes from deadly assassin to dumb blonde. Similarly, Kaku becomes far sillier, more focused on arguing with Jyabura than on defeating his foes, compared to the efficient assassin we saw in Water 7 (or the friendly parkourer he was pretending to be).

Of the others, it is difficult to draw conclusions from so little data; once we see more of Sabo, and post-timeskip Blackbeard, the effects of the Mera Mera and Gura Gura fruits may become more obvious, but there is simply too little pre-fruit from the others to draw effective comparisons (but see below for more on Ace, Blackbeard, and Momonosuke). However, looking at Luffy reveals something very interesting. In Chapter 1, he first tells Shanks “I want to be a pirate.” Just that, just a pirate. However, after eating the Gum Gum fruit (and after being rescued from the mountain bandits and various other important pieces of character development), he tells him, “I am going to become king of the pirates.” This phrase is later described as being “just like what Roger said”. There is heavy speculation on this forum about whether Roger had a devil fruit at all, as well as whether he had the Gum Gum fruit specifically, but if the theory of Devil Fruit Wills is correct, an inherited fruit may well explain the strange connection between these two.
You Are What You Eat
The description of Blackbeard’s Yami Yami fruit is unique: it is the “most evil” of the devil fruits. That’s a very odd description; abilities are morally neutral. When Blackbeard described his fruit as “evil”, it could only be with an awareness of something inherently evil within the fruit, perhaps a personality that had begun to overtake him. This is not to say that Blackbeard was ever a saint: he killed a nakama to get the fruit in the first place (albeit after some hesitation). However, it suggests that he has been made more evil by the fruit, perhaps against his will. Because of his god-killing D nature, this theory predicts that Blackbeard’s story will end with him overcoming his devil fruit and allowing Luffy to defeat him.
Inversely, everyone who has known Ace has been surprised that he had no interest in leading. After setting out on his own and reluctantly joining Whitebeard, he eventually accepts Whitebeard as his father and has no interest in becoming the pirate king himself, even as Whitebeard was (according to the marines) grooming him to take on the mantle. Everyone seems surprised that with all his power, he refuses to lead. However, Ace’s childhood dream was never to become pirate king, it was to get out from under his father’s shadow. Having achieved that, and having found a new father figure, Ace is able to resist the destructive power of the Mera Mera fruit (which he used for years before joining Whitebeard, gaining a reputation for razing villages and sinking battleships) with his own willpower (and perhaps his will of the D). It remains to be seen how Sabo will respond to him.
Natural And Artificial Flavoring
Thus far, I have done a great deal of speculation and theorizing based on character personalities which could honestly be explained by normal character development; no one has wondered why Luffy is ambitious or why Blackbeard is evil, it fits well within their characters. However, this setup was necessary to compare with an area that the series has only begun to explore: Vegapunk’s experiments on devil fruits.
There are exactly three cases where we know for a fact that eating a devil fruit imparted a personality: Mr. 4’s Dog Gun, Spandam’s Elephant Sword Funk Freed, and Smiley the adorably terrifying poison salamander. Before eating devil fruits, they were inanimate objects; after eating devil fruits, they gained autonomy and personality. These are very minor characters, but the fact that their existence is even possible should make us suspect that devil fruits are more than just powers: there’s something inside them that changes how their eaters act. Even if it is merely the animal spirit of the Zoan, these fruits impart something on their eaters which has will.
In contrast, the Pacifistas, whose laser powers were derived from Kizaru’s devil fruit, have no will at all; they are simply automatons which follow orders and enact rote programming. Vegapunk can give objects sentience with devil fruits, but their devil fruit power not give them will because it is artificial. This is why Vegapunk’s efforts to create artificial devil fruits are considered “failures”, even though Momonosuke’s dragon fruit appears to be quite effective, and the results are good enough for Kaido to desire enough to feed an army: these devil fruits are incomplete because they have no will. They were created in a lab, so there is no will to inherit.
Will I Am
This brings up the most important consequence of this theory: its interaction with Inherited Will. Inherited will is a key concept in One Piece (and the basis for what is probably the most popular theory on this board), and this theory falls perfectly in line with it. A devil fruit user, in this theory, gains some of their willpower from the fruit that they eat, and perhaps in turn imparts their desires back into the fruit. When it reincarnates, the next user inherits that will. Luffy inherited Roger’s hat and middle initial, and if Roger wielded Gum Gum powers, Luffy also inherited his will through the fruit. For Sabo, it was essential that he eat the Mera Mera fruit to inherit Ace’s will. And Blackbeard, perhaps unknowingly, has inherited evil desires from whoever last held the Yami Yami.
Back to the Future
If this theory is correct, it raises many questions, and casts some older questions in a new light:
* Where do fruits originally come from? Where do the fruits gain their wills?
* How long have these wills been manifest? Is there a connection to the ancient civilization of the Poneglyphs?
* Is the will inherited through fruits connected to the will inherited through the D?
* How many people know about this? Vegapunk and the World Government very likely, perhaps also some Celestial Dragons?
If Doflamingo knows, is the will of the Ope Ope fruit essential to accessing the great treasure of Mariejois?
* What are the psychological effects of eating two fruits? How will the Gura Gura fruit affect Blackbeard’s will?
* What is the connection to the ocean? Does the sea hate the will of devil fruits, rather than their power?
One Piece is a very complex story about a very complex world. Oda is known to foreshadow key plot points decades in advance, and he has been thinking about devil fruits since the very beginning. I believe they are more than just magical power mcguffins: I believe devil fruits have their own personalities and wills which they impart on those who eat them.

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So when Monet died on Punk Hazard her ability went on to another fruit. Maybe it went to one of Nami’s tangerines? Why I think Nami out of all the other none devil fruit crew will it eat is because of three reasons.

1. She loves tangerines. They’re her connection to Bellamere and back home
2. It suits her already existing abilities (all things concerning weather)
3. Nami isn’t the one to save the crews devil fruit users when they fall into water, (Zoro,Sanji) so she’ll be able to eat it without being troubled with the burden of saving the crew, though she would be extra baggage when in water.

I don’t think she necessarily eats it on purpose. More mistake, then she realises after it tastes so horribly.


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Ryokugyu theory

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Note: this theory is based on the assumption that Jinbe will join Strawhats. This theory is something I thought of after reading a comment about Ryokugyu as an admiral and how he could be.

Personality: We have so far seen many types of admirals in One Piece, what is missing is the crooked cop, the corrupt admiral that encapsulates and symbolizes all that is wrong with the marines. We have seen corrupt marines in the series so far (Nezumi, Morgan) which means its completely possible that higher ranking officers also are corrupt.

This would also fit well considering how the different admirals have their own justice:

  • Aokiji: Lazy Justice (acts when he absolutely has to)
  • Akainu: Absolute Justice (acts for the greater good with no concern for the means)
  • Kizaru: Random Justice (acts when he feel like doing it)
  • Fujitora: Blind Justice (acts when HE thinks its right)
  • Ryokugyu: Corrupt Justice (acts in his own interests)

Powers: Green is commonly associated with nature and earth and therefor I am going to assume that his powers is related to this. (Which type of power is not relevant just that it is related to earth)

Showdown: The reason I think this is a very possible theory is because his characteristics would fit extremely well in the following scenario. If we look at the latest opening in One Piece you can see the Strawhats taking on the admirals. Luffy vs Fleet admiral Sakazuki, Zoro vs Fujitora and Sanji vs Kizaru. Their powers match each other very well so in a final arc these are battles that likely would occur. This however means that the Strawhats will have to fight Ryokuyu too. The perfect opponent to the corrupt admiral would be Jinbe. As a fishman he have had to suffer the tyranny of mankind and the World Government. And to have a final showdown between the fishman and the man who who abuses the system that have been oppressing the fishmen would be very fitting. Even their powers would go well. Water vs Earth which also could be a symbol for the fishman vs human battle since the elements represent the habitats the different races live in.

TLDR: Ryokugyu is a crooked cop like those in every action movie.

Thank you for reading this excruciatingly poorly formated text and I would love to hear your opinion on the matter.

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One Piece and the allusions to the modern state of the world


This may be controversial to some.

Alright, one of the big things about the series “One Piece” has been the concept of piratism. It’s clear, especially by the journeys of the protagonists, that pirates aren’t completely synonymous with criminal rapists, thugs and murderering psychopaths. According to the military that’s what it is, yes, but that’s not the case with all pirates at all. A pirate is what anyone gets called when they choose to embrace the freedom that comes with the combination of following their dreams, loving and defending their friends and family, and not being controlled by the will of others. In fact, the main characters all belong to the latter category of pirates and even battle against every instance of the former that they come across.

To continue with that, the origin of the main character Monkey D. Luffy’s desire for all of these things were born when he was a child. He wanted nothing more than to have fun and enjoy life and freedom with his friends and family. However, he couldn’t because, in doing this, he collided with some wealthy and powerful people that wanted control over a friend (and surrogate family member) of his, thereby wanting control over Luffy (since they couldn’t have one without the other). Anyways, this’s the main thing: according to the world government, pirates are all murderous rapists, people who want freedom and want to follow their dreams are pirates, and pirates must be extinguished for the sake of peace. Now, replace “pirate” with “terrorist” and replace “world government” with… well, there are a number of words you can use. “Special interest groups” is a good one, as is “globalists”; you can even use “world government” in a general sense, but I digress.

You look at the series as a whole, and the world government have been proven to be the true antagonists. There have been some minor antagonists as well as bigger ones that you could argue aren’t directly aligned with them, but, at the core of it all, almost every antagonist of the series was- or is either under the direct control of-, a byproduct of the corrupt actions of-, were, at one point, completely allied with the heads of-, or are a member of the world government. – The Shichibukai by themselves are great evidence of this idea. Check it: they’re pirates– not the good kind like the Strawhats are, either, but the bad kind; the raping, murdering kind– that the world government uses to have more power over the pirate world. They don’t care if they’re criminals that have committed heinous crimes, sometimes against humanity; they’re willing to grant them immunity and use them for the purpose of furthering their goals of eliminating “piracy”. Of the ten characters who either have been- or are current members of the Shichibukai, seven of them have been, at least at one point in the series, major antagonists (Kuma, Crocodile, Moria, Blackbeard, Mihawk, Buggy, Doflamingo). – Several of the Marine Admirals and Vice-Admirals (as well as lesser members of the Marines, but my memory’s a little hazy on the details of them) have done horrific things to people in the name of “justice”, including Kizaru and Akainu, and haven’t been punished because they’re marines and because the people they’ve done them to have been “pirates”. – The CP9 also showed that the world government’s own twisted definition of “justice” is more important than the actual morality of their actions. – Doflamingo’s granted de facto immunity because he’s a family member of the “World Nobles”, showing that the world government doesn’t care about what immoral, criminal activities their own members take part in. That being on top of his status as a Shichibukai essentially makes him invulnerable, even if the World Nobles disowned him cuz’ he pissed them off.

There were some antagonists early in the series who were just amoral pirates, but those were used more to showcase the idea that not all pirates are evil psychopaths, since the strawhats are also pirates but stop evil actions at every opportunity they get.

That’s also why the revolutionary army are considered the biggest threat the world faces, according to the World Government. They’ve outright not aligned themselves with pirates, so the world government can’t make people afraid of them and make people think that they’re destroying them for their own protection. They know about every terrible thing the world government’s done, are doing and are planning on doing, and they want to stop them. They aren’t taking up the mantle of pirate for the sake of sociopathic violence or in order to seek personal freedom; they’re revolutionaries because they realize that the world government is evil and they want people to be free above all else.

Another interesting thing is that the very formation of the World Government is shrowded in secrecy, and it’s been HIGHLY alluded that the reason for this is because it took the genocide of an entire country, along with re-writing history to make themselves seem like the good guys, to make their formation even possible. The fear of the world government has also been one of their biggest weapons; through utilizing fear, they make people either so afraid of the result of rising up against them (I.E., being the target of a Buster Call, ala Ohara) that they obey without question. Or, they make them so angry at them that they rise up and rebel through committing typical acts of violent piracy, thereby either leading to them being brought down by the navy and leading to more public support for the World Government, or them just outright joining- and working for the World Government. They pretty much end up falling into the World Government’s methods of control by letting their fear control their actions (anger is, pretty much, a result of fear; if you’re not afraid of something, either through direct means like a threat towards your life or through indirect means like an insecurity being revealed, then you aren’t angry at them, and this’s something that most psychologists are in agreement on).

That’s one of the biggest reasons that Luffy’s become one of the most feared people in the world, according to the World Government; because he’s not afraid of them, nor is he giving into fear. If you look at Luffy’s history, everything he’s done has been powered by love for his friend-family and the courage to protect them. He’s never given into fear or anger; even in moments when he seems angry, he’s being powered by the love for his Nakama and the courage to confront fear and protect them. Even when he was faced with death during around chapter 100, he wasn’t afraid. When a member of his surrogate family was about to be killed in Enies Lobby, he didn’t let fear overtake him; he rose up to them and protected her. They use fear and anger as their primary tools of controlling people, and the only real effective means people have to counter it is love and courage. They know this, and that’s why Luffy’s currently one of the most dangerous people in the world. It’s not just that he did some things to hamper their plans, it’s HOW he did it. A symbol that love can defeat fear is one of the biggest threats the World Government faces. It’s also been hinted that this’s the main reason that Gold Roger was the greatest threat the world government had ever faced; because, even when he got captured and was faced with death, he was never afraid of them. Because he loved his nakama more than he did himself, and, to a point, everything he did was for them. Because he loved freedom, which’s why he set out on the sea and decided to become a pirate in the first place. He was a living symbol for how to defeat the world government, and he’d BEEN defeating them at every point of collision, right up until he’d gotten captured (even then it’s been hinted that he let himself get captured, if it wasn’t said outright, that is).

If you look at the parallels between the series and the real world, it’s really surprising just how many of them there are.

  • The “revolutionaries”– those who want to affect change in the world by taking down the world government and the evil people who rule over it– and people like the Straw Hats– those who are simply genuinely attempting to seek freedom from outside of the binds of the world government and to follow their dreams, and who’re powered by love and courage and refuse to be controlled by fear and anger– are considered to be the biggest danger to the world today. So, the world government just slaps the label of “pirate” on them. Compare that to how often people get labeled as “terrorists” today, especially in cases when people are simply trying to defend their own personal freedoms, similar to the Cliven Bundy situation a short while ago and how much the media labeled him and those who support him as “criminals” and even “domestic terrorists”.
  • Protecting the methods of how they’ve done terrible things to the world is one of their biggest priorities, I.E., doing any research into the missing century is a big no-no and is punishable by death. Compare that to Edward Snowden and Bradley (now Chelsea) Manning releasing documents revealing the NSA’s plans to spy on American civilians, thereby taking a gigantic step in eliminating their civil rights, for the sake of “national security”, and how they’re both considered to be gigantic threats to the world (when, really, they’re only threats to the people who seek to control the general population through fear).
  • The Enies Lobby arc had some interesting allusions to the right to bear arms within it. The blueprints to the weapon Pluton existed because people needed a means to defend themselves against others in the event that the original weapon (or something of equal-or greater value) rose up and fell into the wrong hands; in this case, the hands of the World Government. This coincides directly with the right to bear arms; people think that right exists because people want to defend themselves against criminals, but that’s, really, the secondary reason it exists. The right to bear arms exists that way the people of a country will have the ability to defend themselves in the event that their once-free government becomes a corrupt dictatorship which no longer represents the people and needs to be overthrown for the REAL safety of the general population and for the sake of freedom, which history has proven to happen time and again. The founding fathers of America even said outright that this’s the reason for the second amendment being in place, and I’m sure this’s a sentiment that’s been shared by almost every other country in the world regarding why the right to bear arms existed in the first place. Oda’s take on it was pretty interesting, in that he ended that whole thing with Franky destroying the blueprints in order to definitely keep the weapon from falling into the wrong hands.
  • The World Nobles are into really messed up things for enjoyment, like human (and fishman) torture and slavery. This matches up directly with the Ninth Circle Satanic Child Sacrifice network, the global pedophilia child trafficking circuit among the global elites, the practices of the English Royal Family, what goes on at Bohemian Grove, and even the fact that the BBC covered up Jimmy Savile’s rape and pedophilia because he had connections to the royal family.
  • The World Government supplies certain criminals with money, weapons and other benefits, and even straight-up protects them in the event of them committing some crime (should it not be too over-the-top, ala Crocodile attempting to take over Alabasta cuz’ he wanted to find out the location of the ancient weapon Pluton) because it serves their own personal interests. Anyone who’s followed some of the things that’ve gone down concerning politicians or CEO’s breaking the law and getting away with it afterwards would see the parallels, not to mention the CIA training the members of Al Qaeda that [allegedly] flew the planes on 9/11 and the federal government going on record saying that they’re funding the forces of Al Qaeda and ISIS.
  • There’ve even been some fringe parallels in the series. One that I can think of is how Crocodile used the Dance Powder in the Alabasta arc to control the weather and influence the collapse of the Alabasta kingdom, which has some direct correlations with chemtrails. Another is how a lot of places in the world don’t believe in the ability of the world government to protect them, instead deferring to other forces (the Yonkou) to protect them, which often results in them being in danger because of their relationship with the unstable, powerful pirate (albeit slightly less danger than they’d be in otherwise, just cuz’ they’re protected by them).
  • The World Government are the true antagonists of One Piece, much like the globalists are the true enemies of the world. “World Government” also goes hand-in-hand with “globalism”, if you haven’t noticed the painfully obvious connection.
  • This’s probably the most important thing that the series has shown a parallel to, and the one which most people probably haven’t caught up on: the means of truly defeating these people. They control people using fear and anger, and love and courage are the best weapons people have to fight against it. Luffy didn’t declare war on the World Government (three times) because he was afraid of them; he did it cuz’ he loved his family and friends, and he wasn’t gonna let them suffer at their hands if he could help it. The most efficient means of using love and courage in this scenario are a subject of debate, but it doesn’t change the fact that they’re the only weapons that work (unfortunately, a lot of people on the side of the revolution aren’t aware of this and give in to- and let their motivations be fueled by anger and fear).

This might seem strange to some of you, some who disagree with a lto of this may even say I’m reaching, but, really, the parallels between the One Piece storyline and globalism are very clear. Pretty soon there’ll probably be a story about the world government being involved in a scandal revolving the adding of a chemical to the water supply of a country in order to make them more dumbed-down and obedient [water fluoridation]. Eiichiro Oda’s pretty clearly a true member of the resistance, albeit on the Japanese front. He doesn’t do much in terms of going outside to help the cause (it seems like, at least; Japan’s super-strict gun laws also make it kind of a pain in the ass to support the right to bear arms over there, and the highly socially-conservative culture makes attending protests and speaking out against them kind of rare, so it’s understandable, in part), mainly cuz’ he spends 22 hours a day working on his comic, two hours chilling with his family and one hour sleeping, but he’s getting all of this out there through his story that’s read by hundreds of millions of people all around the world, and that’s a great deed he’s doing.

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Donquixote Rocinante is Sanji’s dad Theory

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I think Rocinante may be Sanji’s dad and here’s why.
First of all, here’s a lil’ timeline so we’re all on the same page with this.


* Trafalgar’s age is “26”, but he tells Doflamingo that he’ll pay for what he did 13 yrs ago, alluding to Rocinante’s death when Trafalgar was 10, and when we flash back 16 yrs ago Trafalgar was 7yrs 7 months, making him about 23 right now (chap.724 pg.19, chap.761. pg 13).

Age inconsistencies happen all the time in One Piece so it’s no big deal. Honestly, I would say all ages are approximate and have some wiggle room. I think it would make sense if Sanji was a little bit younger as well.

-Both blonde, and Sanji has those prize winning Donquixote family legs
-Sanji was born in the North Blue but grew up in the East Blue (chap. 227 pg. 7)
-Sanji has an unusually rare blood type, maybe it’s because he’s from an unusually rare bloodline?
-Only crew member who hasn’t lost a named loved one, and Oda wouldn’t miss a chance to kill off some kid’s family unless he had something bigger planned

Sanji’s coat in Film Z is very similar to Rocinante’s


Why was Sanji working on The Orbit?

-Rocinante doesn’t want Doflamingo to find out about him, because Doflamingo has a habit of killing everyone. If things go sour and Rocinante is revealed as a marine, he would want his kid as underground as possible.

-Rocinante doesn’t want people to know Sanji is related to the Donquixote family because of their heritage. People hated and attacked them when they found out about their connection to the Celestial Dragons.

-Dad’quixote just wanted them to have a normal life and maybe that’s what Rocinante wants for his son too.

Or maybe it’s none of these, but one way or another he gets on that boat.

Rocinante’s personality suggests he may be a father. He loves kids, which is why he tries so hard to discourage Baby 5, Buffalo, and Law from joining the crew. He doesn’t want to see them get killed/arrested. On their quest for a cure, Rocinante treats Law like a son. Is it because he misses his own son?

I’m really interested in hearing other people’s input on this!

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One Piece Treasure theory

*Theory by Usama Mustafa


Shanks and Buggy were probably in the crew during the time when Gol D Roger reached Raftel and found the treasure One Piece… this brought a thought to my mind, maybe One piece is closely related to the “D’s” as only Gol D Roger was the only man with his crew to ever reach Raftel and find One Piece.
Shanks and Buggy(not sure about Buggy) found out or noticed that only a “D” would be able to reach Raftel and find the One Piece, this could also bring us to wonder that this may be the reason that Whitebeard and Shanks, even with all their strength, could not be able to gain One piece, this is probably why Roger wanted to tell Whitebeard on how to enter Raftel as only a D may know, like it’s imprinted into their genes as they are closely related to the void century. The treasure One Piece may also be related to the void century, the D’s and the celestial dragons and I could also add that, this is why he, Shanks bet the new era on Luffy as he is a “D”, specifically Monkey D Luffy a man that closely resembles Roger. Which brings me to the conclusion that maybe only someone from the “D’s” will be able to reach Raftel and find the One piece, the final battle could even be between Luffy and Teach which would connect all the above.

What do you think about?

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Enel roots and his connection to the the Ancient Kingdom, Noah and the Strawhats

*Theory by VIole D.Grace

First of all, Enel was born and raised in Birka, one of the three ancient races that used to live on the moon. However once the resources ran out, all the three of them came to earth and once they came to earth, they started using earth resources instead and built a huge kingdom known as “The Great Kingdom“. After a while, certain group of humans decided to form an organization in order to fend these “Alien” race off earth, these certain group of humans are known today as the “World Nobles“. This Ancient Alliance was formed by the kings of Twenty Kingdoms. They threatened most of the other small countries to also join them. The alliance included the Donquixote Family and the Nefertari Family. During the Void Century, they fought against the Great Kingdom and successfully overthrew it, this alliance now is known as The World Government.

But before they overthrew it, another alliance was made between the ancient king (of the 3 ancient races), the Pirate King and Joy Boy (of the Fishman Island), each of them created a special weapon that would help them win their fight with the powerful alliance of the twenty kingdoms, the 3 ancient races made the ancient weapon Uranus, the fishmen had their Poseidon along with Noah (which was made as a transportation method for the fishermen race), and the pirates created Pluton.


However, after they came to realize that the weapons are too lethal and thus may cause millions of deaths and possibly the destruction of the whole world, they chose to give up. All these events eventually led to the fall of the Great Kingdom. The Twenty Kingdoms alliance wasn’t satisfied with this, they wanted the complete annihilation of this kingdom, so they would be the only rulers of the world, so instead of creating peace, they pretended they wanted to create peace with them, but when the right time came, they slaughtered all of them, which is what they’re trying to hide until now, the “Void Century”

However, they failed to kill all of them. Those who survived created the Poneglyphs, so that their Descendants can walk up in their foot steps and do what they themselves couldn’t do, do their Will , which explains that the “Will of D” is the Will of the Descendants of the Ancient Kingdom.

When Enel eventually knows about what the World Government did to his race and once he learns about the ancient weapons, he will want to avenge his race, not because he really cares about them, as he himself destroyed the village he was raised in, but because of his pride as someone who considers himself above all.

What makes Enel suitable as a strawhats pirate?

1-) The strawhats don’t include an individual from the ancient race, and with Jinbe possibly joining them soon, they could recreate each of the old alliance figures against the world government.

2-) He possess a logia devil fruit which was so good compared to how he was introduced in a short arc, am i right? Oda wouldn’t have planned to waste it on a character that he would erased after 1 arc.

3-) Luffy is the only pirate that Enel got to know, if he want to land on earth, then he will certainly need a guide or a “Nakama” as he would have zero knowledge about the nature of the blue sea.

4-) Oda said himself in one of the interviews that a former enemy will join the strawhats crew.

5-) He had a unique personality and character design, hate it or love it, it doesn’t matter 😛

In the topic regarding whether Enel will come back from the moon or not , here is what i think:

There is a big connection between the Automations (the small robots on the moon) and the Great Ship Noah, as we can see them riding it while Poseidon is pulling its chains, they might have helped on building the great ship or they might be essential for it to function right..

These Automations can only be controlled by the Ancient king of the 3 races which was the barrier of the Goro Goro no Mi at that time, as we can see here:


The one that’s holding The Nonosama Bo (Enel’s current weapon) was the king of that time. At each generation the king was crowned and given 2 things, the goro goro no mi and the golden staff, the goro goro no mi was very important, as without it, they wouldn’t have been able to reach their level of civilization..

The whole race possessed a vast knowledge of mechanics and technology, and with the help of the devil fruit, they were able to build weapons and mechanics that would have been impossible without it, such as the Automations and the flying ark Maxim…

With Enel having the Goro Goro no Mi now, he was able to awaken the Automations again, and i believe they will play a huge part in the upcoming arcs, most likely when the time comes for Noah to start moving again.

What will most likely happen is that Enel will join the Strawhats crew before the arc comes when Fishman Island becomes the strawhats territory, because as i said, the Automations will play a big part in it..


Enel wouldn’t go to the Fishman Island and help them unless he was part of the strawhats crew or at least was in an alliance with them..

What do you guys think?

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So I was doing a little thinking about all the “D’s” we have seen introduced so far in the series, and I realized something. Jaguar D. Saul stated that even though he didn’t know what the meaning behind the D, he said that EVERYONE in his family carried the initial in their name. This means that both Saul’s mother and father were both D’s. Now when we look at Portgas D. Ace, we know that his mother and father are also both D’s. With this information, it leads me to conclude, that in order for someone to be a “D” that both of their parents has to be D’s. Now obviously his mother couldn’t be a Jaguar D, unless Dragon is walking around with some seriously heavy duty machinery (if you know what I mean >:) ), nor could she be a Monkey (Because that would just be ewww) So that means there could only be two possible options, either his mother is one of the known D’s we’ve seen so far in the series (Gol, Portgas, or Marshall) OR she is knew carrier of D, yet to be introduced. I’ve opted to believe that she is a carrier that has already been introduced, because I don’t think Oda is going to go overboard with the D bloodline.

So why a Gol? The answer is actually really simple, and it’s because Luffy looks almost identical to a young Roger. Although we are never shown Rogers eyes in his younger age, what we did see of him, the similarities are uncanny. I always thought it was a little strange that Luffy looks nothing like Garp or Dragon, but bares such a strong resemblance to Roger. It would make perfect sense for him to look so similar to Roger, if his mother is in fact a Gol, and he gets his appearance from her.

The other possibilities is her being either a Portgas D. a Marshal D. or an unknown D. I’ve ruled out Portgas for obvious reasons, and I’m not to opposed to her being a Marshal D, because that would add a huge twist in the sense that Luffy is in some way related to Blackbeard, but even so, I think that would be a bit of a stretch. As far as her being an unknown D, like I stated before, I don’t think Oda is going to be going to overboard with the D. bloodline because it’s fairly obvious that the Will of D plays a huge roll in the over all storyline, and Oda isn’t going to over complicate it by adding more and more D’s to the mix.

Anyways I know probability of her being related to Roger is very very small, but I’m willing to bet Shanks right arm, that she is definitely a D. So if you guys don’t think she is a Gol, what would be your pick?

*Theory by Celestial D.Dragon

Zoro and Sanji Haki Theory

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Oda said in an SBS that Zoro would specialize in CoA (Busoshoku) Haki and that Sanji would specialize in CoO (Kenbunshoku) Haki. I think the reason for this has to do with their different types of training during the 2 year time-skip. If you think about it, it was only Zoro, Mihawk, and Perona on Kuraigana Island. Based on what we have seen from him throughout the series (presumably not willing to fight Shanks because Shanks only has one arm), Mihawk values honorable battles, so it is likely that he and Zoro trained one-on-one together in such a way where Zoro did not need to fear for his life or keep his guard up when they were not training. Since he is the current greatest swordsman in the world, Mihawk’s attacks are probably insanely powerful and more than likely infused with Armament Haki (unless he held back). Therefore, Zoro had no choice but to focus on his own Armament Haki growth in order to cope with Mihawk’s attacks, and to avoid his swords from breaking.

However, on Momoiro Island (Kamabbaka Kingdom), Sanji was being chased day and night for 2 years by Okamas. He had to constantly keep his guard up and avoid being ambushed by the seemingly endless droves of Okamas. It’s safe to say that these Okamas were nothing compared to Mihawk, so we saw Sanji’s physical growth in a different way as he became faster and developed moves like Blue Walk and Sky Walk. Sanji had to focus on his Observation Haki growth in order to sense the presence and intentions of an entire island that was his enemy. Now, I’m not trying to say that Sanji now has this ridiculous Observation Haki that can sense everything. I just mean he needed Observation Haki more than Armament Haki in his situation. Same as Zoro needing Armament Haki more than Observation Haki in his situation.

It can be argued that Zoro needed Observation Haki too since last time he fought Mihawk he couldn’t even land a hit and Mihawk beat him with a small dagger, but I still think Armament Haki would be more necessary than Observation Haki if he was training with Mihawk.

TL;DR: Sanji specializes in Observation Haki because his training required him to focus on surviving/running as opposed to fighting, whereas Zoro specializes in Armament Haki because his training required him to focus on reinforcing his swords against Mihawk’s strong attacks.

*Theory made by Dereshishishi

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Ancient Weapons Theory


*Theory by Αλφα ΩμεγαSkypiea_Poneglyph

After a hard research of Pluton, Poseidon and Uranus ancient weapons i have developed a theory. First of all, as we all know, Oda loves mythology. Now, we know that Uranus, in Greek means Sky(Ουρανός), was the son and the husband of the Gaia, that in Greek means Earth(Γή). Uranus and Gaia were the parents of the first generation of Titans and the ancestors of most of the Greek gods as Poseidon and Pluton(Hades). After all this we can understand that if you have the Uranus you can change the weather including the sky.

Poseidon was the God of Seas, he dominated the ocean and he was referred to as “Earth-Shaker”, so with this ability he also could make Storms.. and in his benign aspect, Poseidon was seen as creating new islands and offering calm seas(Raftel was the secret island where Gol D Roger left One Piece) then if you have the Poseidon you can make big earthquakes and storms and..  you can create islands. If you have Poseidon you can reach One Piece. Gol D Roger had the Poseidon if we see his fight with Shiki the Golden Lion in Strong World Movie.

And the last ancient weapon called Pluton, in Greek Plouton(Πλούτων), was the ruler of the underworld. As we all known when a man dies also his fruit separates from his body and goes to an other destination. Pluton represents a more positive concept of the God who presides over the afterlife. Devil Fruits are alive according to this fact. So as we see Doflamingo took Ace fruit after his death for one and only reason to catch Monkey D Luffy, his crew and the other valuable pirates. Doflamingo maybe doesn’t have Pluton but as we know he is ally with Kaido the hundred beast(Typhon- a monstrous immortal storm-giant who was defeated and imprisoned by Zeus under Mt. Etna. He is the husband of Echidna and with her they are known as the “Parents of all monsters”) and he has created an army over 500 Artificial Zoan-class Devil Fruit users.

I don’t know if they have Pluton but i’m sure they know who have it.

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