With the revelation in chapter 1037 hinting toward a Legendary Devil Fruit that brought much concern to the World Government that they sought to hide it’s real name from the world and its history, certain elements in One Piece are now painted in a different light. Specifically elements that involve certain beings and Islands. Why did the World Government seek to erase this Devil Fruit’s name and why are they so afraid of it “awakening”? Do they fear this Devil Fruit as a weapon the Ancient Civilisation of the past used? The development leaves many questions but it also establishes the a very real connection the current events in the Wano Kuni Arc have to the wars engaged between the Ancient Civilisation and the World Government of the past.Continue reading
Living a life where death is out of reach can disillusion ones mind to the value of life. When every action remains free from the ultimate consequence, what stakes would matter in ones eyes? Death becomes a dream and boredom defines itself within the realm of reality. The strength Kaido naturally possesses diminishes any semblance of challenge from approach. The actions he has taken speaks to the longing raging within his soul. Kaido demands chaos. He seeks an escape. He craves to live. And the best form of defining a life is knowing that death walks alongside you hand-in-hand. Luffy has awoken Kaido’s soul and through it, an excitement long forgotten begins to reverberate across his being. In this moment, Kaido has come to feel the joys of living once again.Continue reading
With World Government’s move to claim Wano in the case of Kaido’s defeat, they have revealed their fear for the nation that has remained independent for the past 800+ years. The World Government have sensed an opportunity and wish to exploit it. With that said, how do they seek entry into Wano Kuni? Do the ships intend to enter from the front – Mogura Port – where defense is thinned or from the back?Continue reading
From the very start of Kaido’s introduction, we have known that he has been defeated as a pirate seven times, been captured by the Navy or his enemies around 18 times and has lived as a prisoner before. Kaido was tortured over a thousand times and was sentenced to death forty times and yet nothing done to him was able to kill him. From that introduction, we can surmise that Kaido was in his enemies hand’s for a significant amount of time. What we have yet to have revealed beyond why Kaido is so “unkillable” is where and when exactly he was held as a prisoner and by whom. When looking at what has been featured so far across the story since Kaido’s arrival onto the pages, I find myself compelled to believe that at one point in Kaido past, over 33 years ago, he was held as a prisoner on Punk Hazard and experimented on.Continue reading
So that is how the Donquixote Family fit into the Tenryuubito…they were one of the twenty creators who established the World Government 800 years ago. Now I see why Doflamingo was able to pull off the stunt with the CP-0 and get the Tenryuubito to agree with it, because he is one of the Tenryuubito. So much for Doflamingo being just a mere pirate…but with the status Doflamingo has, it begs the question, why did he become a pirate? It was stated that Gol D Roger inspired Doflamingo, but what exactly is Doflamingo after now?