***Ch.865 Spoilers***

As you can compare the scenes:


No Haki:

Kind of comproved that some Logia’s users are able to put Busoshoku Haki on their Logia WITHOUT LOSING THE LOGIA PROPERTIES (just like Luffy on Gear Fourth that does not lose his rubber abilities).

As there are different kinds of Paramecias and Zoans, we can see that are different kinds of Logias too.
I’m not talking about different power, but different properties.
For example, differents Paramecias:
Luffy has a rubber body, but he can not create rubber.
Doffy does not have a wire body, but he can create wires.

Logias are divided in two types: tangible and intangible.
In this example Katakuri belongs to the tangible division.
Sabo, Smoker, Kizaru for example would belong to the intangible division.

The point is that the “intangible” users until now were not capable of using Haki on their Logias powers. Smoker uses Busoshoku only in his materialized body parts, but he is not capable of using haki ON THE SMOKE properly. So as Sabo which is a haki user, but probably can not put haki on the flames.

It’s kind of confirmed that Busoshoku Haki is capable of be used in the tangible logias.
What do you guys think about it? Will it be able to be used also in the intangibles logias?

*Theory by Diabolique


Okay guys this is a speculation/theory about what Crocodile’s past was and why he’s ashamed of it. To cover up this speculation/theory I’ll need to explain how parallel Alabasta arc is with Dressrosa arc is.Upon entering Alabasta we got 2 islands and upon entering Dressrosa we got 1 island
before hand to build up the arc.
– Upon entering Alabasta we got Little Garden (chapter 106-114) and Whiskey Peak (chapter 115-129) And after this we also got Drum Kingdom (130-154)
– Upon entering Dressrosa we got Punk Hazard although that arc was longer (chappter 655-699)

So the amount of chapters are pretty close upon built up to the actual arc (48 for Alabasta and 44 for Dressrosa) just a 4 chapter difference. Also there is very interesting connections you can say about both arcs build ups and along the arcs themselves:

In Punk Hazard Zoro and Nami were put to sleep by the Yeti Brothers but in Whiskey Peak they were wide awake knowing they were gonna be attacked
There was identity games (Mr.2’s face change Devil Fruit and Law’s heart replacements).
In both arcs we got introduced to two silly characters right off the bat (1 male and 1 female) that the female ended up being an ally while the male stayed unimportant -> (Baby 5 ended up allying herself with her “lover” and Buffalo stayed unimportant. Vivi joined the straw hats along the journey and Mr. 9 stayed unimportant).
Both arcs contained Smoker and Tashigi.
Both arcs the warlords were praised even though they were very evil.
Both Warlords had their strongest fighter be very serious and have the exact same haircut
(Daz Bones and Vergo)
Both Warlords have furcoats
In Whiskey Peak, Zoro knew they were in the Grand Line so they shouldn’t let their guard down and that’s why he didn’t allow himself to go to sleep. And in Punk Hazard Zoro told Luffy to get a grip since this is now the New World
In Whiskey Peak everyone was shocked from Zoro’s insane power since hes taking everyone on alone. And in Alabasta everyones is shocked at his power when he cuts Pika in half.
Little Garden had 2 giants and Punk Hazard had a dragon. So we were introduced to two very big and powerful beings.
In Punk Hazard we spent the time in the snow part of the island while Alabasta was all Desert and hot.
Both actual arcs contained the introductions to Luffy’s brothers, both brothers are parallel as Ace was Whitebeards 2nd commander and Sabo is No.2 in the revolutionary army.
Both brothers leave behind a vivre card and give the exact same quote upon leaving.
Both brothers use the powers of the mera-mera no mi.
Both arcs contained a warlord in a kingdom.
Alabasta the warlord tried to take over the country, meanwhile in Dressrosa the warlord already took over.
Both arcs had the name Blackbeard mentioned.
In Alabasta Zoro fought a Steel man (Daz Bones) and in Dressrosa he fought a Stone man (Pica)
Zoro went through Daz Bones with many injuries barely winning and vs Pica went out without a scratch.
Both arcs contained a navy soldier who is not corrupted, dislikes the warlord system, but in Alabasta the soldier (Smoker) had to take credit, meanwhile in Dressrosa the soldier (Fujitora) completely discredited himself.
Upon entering the Island the straw hats went hidden (Alabasta they crossed deserts and in Dressrosa they wore disguises)
Princess in distress, although in Alabasta the princess was respected and in Dressrosa she was disrespected.
Both islands have very respectful kings.
In both arcs the people originally disliked the kings (Alabasta there was a rebellion against Cobra) although in the end both were proven innocent. Cobra was blamed for stealing all the water of the desert to himself and Riku was blamed for murdering his own people.
In both arcs we were revealed very important information (Alabasta – the existence of the poneglyphs and the existence of ancient weapons. Dressrosa – The will of D. and meaning to Devil Fruit awakenings).
Both arcs contained an explosive devil fruit user who was one of the select members for Crocodile and Doflamingo (Tho they still were pretty weak compared to Luffy and Zoro) -> Mr.5 and Gladius.

These are many opposites or similar versions of both the arcs that i am sure you heard most of them but not all and these facts make both the arcs completely parallel to one another. And these were just off the top of my head I am sure I can completely find more if I continue to look into it. So from this we can understand Oda obviously was creating this connection between both these arcs. Now I want to get to the speculation of what can possibly be Crocodile’s past? What’s the secret hes ashamed of? And no I do not think he was a woman, because I feel thats kinda taking a very great character in the series and just saying “Fuck that character”. What I believe is this:

Remember the whole ordeal of Crocodile vs Doflamingo in Marinefold arc? You can watch if you need a fresh reminder:

So during the entire time Crocodile seems to really hate Doflamingo and Doflamingo seemed to really enjoy pissing him off. I believe that Crocodile and Doflamingo were rivals as rookies when they began their journey and that goes on both of their dreams being similar. Although Crocodile always had the upper hand during these fights by having a logia Devil Fruit. Although Crocodile got a bit cocky by winning so much and having a logia devil fruit (since we see many characters with logia fruits become cocky with it. For example: Ace, Eneru, Monet, Caribou) and Doflamingo got stronger and at one point they fought once again and Doflamingo just completely destroyed Crocodile, ripped off his hand (explains the hook) and he scared his face which explains the stitches that go around from his entire face which isn’t far from the ability of Doflamingo’s devil fruit power and that also explains why we never saw Crocodiles face during Rogers execution because he did not lose against Doffy and gain that scar on his face before the execution.

(during Rogers execution)

So overall i believe Crocodile was completely humiliated and destroyed by Doflamingo, and possibly something even more to that. Although he would blame himself for being too cocky not actually Doffy so he won’t have that huge of a grudge but would still carry one and that explains why he hated Doffy and kept shrugging him off until they had an epic clash and also why Doffy kept trolling Crocodile specifically the entire war. And that’s why Oda made both characters and their arcs so similar to foreshadow the past both of them had with one another.

*Theory by Wasabaki


I think its possible we just found out the identity and powers of Uranus.

Currently, we really only know the specifics of one Ancient Weapon, Poseidon a.k.a Shirahoshi.


Her power is that she is able to control the sea kings, who seem honor bound to fulfill her wishes, whatever they may be.

Recently we have seen something remarkable similar. Yes, I am talking about Zunisha not being able to defend herself without direct orders from Momonosuke.


Zunisha received an order from long ago to walk the world for eternity, and she is unable to break this command without a second order from someone specific.[IMG]

This specific person isn’t just someone that can hear the VOAT, as we are told that Luffy can’t give her that order. This is also true for Gold Roger and Oden Kouzuki.[IMG]

The person who can is…. Momonosuke. This is eerily similar to what Shirahoshi can do, and her power was remarked upon as an Ancient Weapon capable of destroying the world.

Do you think Momo power could destroy the world? I think so. Zunisha just one shotted Jack, and her size alone could crush islands.


I also think Momo’s power will be able to extend to creatures other than Zunisha as well. I doubt he could only control one elephant.

I wonder if the order that Zunisha received long ago was given by the Uranus of the void century, and Momo, like Shirahoshi, has been born with the power of an Ancient Weapon that often skips many generations. Which is to say, Momonosuke has been born the king of the land animals, just as Shirahoshi is the true king of the sea.

Although I can’t yet see the ties between Momo’s power and that of a sky god, his power is next level shit and completely overpowered.

Let me know what you think.

*Theory by Joy_Boy



This theory will be taking on many points such as: Roger and Nolands execution, Their descendants, What the One Piece truly is, Void Century, Will of D., An ongoing theme in One Piece, Kordic & Nordic Mythology, Clover’s chat with the WG and the Ancient Kingdom and The Multiple Personalities That Blackbeard Has.

Now when we watch Roger and Nolands past towards their execution and their execution itself you will be able to spot that their execution is completely different that we can actually call it opposite. When Gol D Roger was on the platform he smiled:
But when Noland was on the platform, he cried:
When the execution took place, the view of the execution in Roger’s was from the spectator side:
And from Nolands execution it was from the execution side:

– Gol D Roger surrendered by himself, meanwhle Noland was executed by judgement.

– After Roger’s death he was respected and given the crown “Pirate King”. While when Noland died he was disrespected and given the name “The Liar”

Now while we take a look at their descendants: Ace and Cricket. We learn something odd.
When Ace was a kid he got into many fights and well took a lot of shit from having Rogers blood, and same goes for Cricket. While Ace did go through this, his relief from the entire problem were his step-brothers Luffy and Sabo. And same goes for Cricket and his 2 step-bro’s the monkey’s (Masira and Shoujou). Which is interesting that Oda would make those 2 specific characters monkey’s who are step-brothers to Noland, when Luffy is “Monkey” himself.
So as we see:
– Both went to trouble being the descendants of their ancestors
– Both reliefs came from their brothers
– Both had 2 brothers
– Monkey brother/s
– Both continued their ancestors will (Ace became a pirate and Cricket searched for the gold)

So as we see Roger and Noland = Opposite while Ace and Cricket = Similar.

Noland mentioned the City of Gold although no proof was given to prove its existence but in the end it did exist. So what about Gol D Roger’s One Piece? Now don’t get me wrong, I won’t say that the One Piece doesn’t exist, since when Nolands country went to find Noland’s discovery it ended up not being there (since it was sent to the sky) so the treasure Roger talked about will have to exist on Raftel if we keep going on this opposite pattern that Noland and Roger keep going through. Although, if Noland did tell the truth about his treasure and everything on the execution platform, that’ll mean somewhere down the line, when Roger was on the platform he lied. Now what did he lie about, I think it was this:
“Want MY treasure?” This is where the lie took place, “My” treasure. The great treasure the One Piece, was never Rogers treasure to begin with, I think that the One Piece is a theory that most One Piece fans heard and its learning about the true history of the world and how to set the world free! Gol D Roger said his treasure is the One Piece but I doubt actual treasure would interest a man like Roger. I believe that the WG’s ancestors did something in the past, something that was very evil or very corrupted. And I think it was world domination and control! The reason I say this is because of the chat that Clover had with the Gorosei (Chapter 395) He talked about how this ancient kingdom left the poneglyphs, but why they had to leave it on unbreakable stone and scatter it all over the world. It was because they had an enemy. Therefor they knew they’d lose but couldn’t allow what was going on to be the end of it. Therefor the enemies of the Ancient Kingdom were doing something that would effect the entire world for hundreds of years and they had to leave the truth about this in poneglyphs in hope someone will come along and learn about these truths and stop the world government. Since the World Government was actually established right at the end of the Void Century.

But why would the World Government go so far to stop all of this? It’s because of an ongoing theme that occurs in one piece which originate’s at Dr. Hiluluk’s quote: “When does a man die? When he is hit by a bullet? No! When he suffers a disease? No! When he ate a soup made out of a poisonous mushroom? No! A man dies when he is forgotten!”
This goes on over and over again, remember right before Roger died he told Rayleigh “I will never die!” but he died right after that scene and he said that because he won’t ever be forgotten as the man who caused the great era of the pirates to come out and chase their dreams. It all started from him so of course he will always go down in history and never be forgotten. And Ace said the same as a kid to Luffy and he never died as his will is continued on to Sabo and the Whitebeard pirates, Luffy and Sabo will never forget Ace ever.
Therefor the World Government is trying to erase the entire Void Century from peoples minds and make it forgotten so it can finally die. It explains Whitebeard’s quote towards Sengoku when he said that “That’s why you people are so scared of someone finding it” and “That man will carry centuries of history on his back” Although if the One Piece was just 1 century why did Whitebeard talk about it in plural? Probably because what went down in the Void Century effects every event that happened up until this day in One Piece. Because if you think about it, why would they fear someone finding the One Piece? It’d bring an end to the age of piracy since many pirates will not be motivated to go to seas chasing the treasure and those who failed to get it will probably give up. That would mean the One Piece is something that’s very terrifying to the World Government that they need to stop at nothing to make sure it’ll never be found.

So now that we got all these facts out of the way time to talk about what is the truth? If the One Piece is truly the knowledge of the history, and to achieve One Piece you must stop the World Government, then what is the truth? What happened exactly in the void century? How did the World Government control the entire world? Well here:

In the void century there existed the Ancient Kingdom which was named “Raftel” (I’d like to believe its name is Raftel since Gorosei yelled to kill Clover before he ever stated this Ancient Kingdoms name). Those who ruled upon this country was the family of D. The King Gol D. married a beautiful woman named Portgas and made her his queen. Together they had 4 kids: Monkey D, Marshall D, Traflagar D and Jaguar D. This country was known for its great strength. Although they were a problem since they were the greatest civilization in the past since its a kingdom that was shown to be so great but no history on them exists because of the World Government. Now why would the allied nations ever attack this great country? Because this great country was trying to stop them from their plan of world control. That’s why the D. are the enemies of the celestial dragons. But how did the WG take control of the world, what was their plan? I believe it was all done by creating one thing: The Red Line the red line, which surrounds the entire world, the Navy have their HQ on this line, the reverie which is a meeting of all the kings occur on this line and this line divides the world into 6 seas: North Blue, South Blue, East Blue, West Blue, Calm Belt and Grand Line. By dividing these seas the World Government has complete control in each sea as they can travel to any sea and any place instantly by being based on the Red Line, with that they have complete control of every place on the planet. And they continued to have control over the world for centuries until a man named Roger came along and caused so many problems and created enemies to challenge the World Government to come along. And caused an age of pirates who defy the World Government. And although he was such a huge and famous figure they kept Rogers name a secret (called him Gold Roger and not by his true name Gol D Roger because they wanted that name forgotten forever).

So this is what I think that the One Piece is, when they reach Raftel they will find one poneglyph or many which explains every last detail about what is going on. And we all know the one arc that contains many foreshadows and thats Skypeia, which Roger left a message specifically there.
The message he left was “I made it here, I will guide this texts to the ends of the earth” Specific lines I want to talk about is: “Guide” and “Ends of the earth” He could have left on raftel a plan or the way to stop the World Government that he wanted to do but couldn’t since he got sick and never was able to carry out his plan.
So when they reach the Raftel and learn about this they must need 4 things to defeat and finally end the era of the corrupted government and that is: Ancient Weapon Poseidon, Ancient Weapon Pluto, Ancient Weapon Uranus and a leader to lead the rebellion (Luffy obviously, and this explains how Roger lied about it being his treasure since its not actually his, it belongs to the new age of people and pirates who wont be controlled anymore, and the one who truly controls this treasure is the man who carries out the plan to stop the World Government). Remember Laboon? The Whale they met at the Red Line? He kept banging his head on the wall constantly probably cuz he knows instinctively that it should not be there, but he couldn’t cause any damage to the wall, but what about an army of sea kings, Pluton attacking and defending the destruction and whatever Uranus is.

But a good question that comes up from this theory is, how did the Ancient Kingdom get defeated? If they were a country that boasted about its strength it can’t been taken down easily, I think the allied countries came together to defeat it and they made an inside deal, someone to help them from the inside to beat this country which could possibly be Blackbeards ancestor (Marshall D.) who knew siding against the country will be more beneficial and also wanted to take over the country but never succeeded so decided to destroy it and lead the new world. And BB has this multiple personality of someone good and bad since he resembles Luffy as a man seeking the dreams but also carries the will of his crooked ancestor who betrayed his family.

Now another way to support this theory (This is where the Kordic & Nordic Mythology takes place) is the redline is known as “The Serpent soaked in blood” It was stated when Brogy and Dorry clashed
which is a reference to Uroboros the serpent that circles the whole world. In Kordic mythology, the two giants call the red line the serpent soaked in blood and in Nordic mythology in ragnarok, the end of time there is a big war and the serpent that circles the world dies, and as he dies it it brings the end of the world (end of the world government).

So the One Piece is destroying the entire red line and creating the sea that is just as a lost dream as the One Piece: The All Blue, so you must destroy the red line which is controlled by the World Government, but you can’t just simply do that, you must gather the ancient weapons and go to war with the Government. Also this will explain the existence of Noah’s Arc since if you destroy the red line you destroy Fishman Island so the Fishman’s must go to surface and live with humans as one. And this also will give life to Madam Shirley’s vision that always comes true of Luffy destroying Fishman Island since he will be a leader of the fight to destroy the World Government.

Bonus Theory: Raftel is the ancient Kingdom, since gorosei want the name of that island (the ancient one) a complete mystery since they killed Clover when he was about to expose its name even though he was exposing the entire history of void century to the WG at the name they needed him dead so the Ancient Kingdom’s name must be that important and only island that comes to mind is Raftel. Also considering how the World Governments flag is the same as the way to reach Raftel:

And the Ancient Kingdom actually exists right beneath Reverse Mountain, that explains why Laboon banged his head on the wall, to not only know its not suppose to be there but to free this island, that explains why a man on Rogers crew guards the red line (Crocus) and that explains why nobody has ever found it up till this date, since its nowhere to be found and you need the poneglyphs to point to it even tho it should be an island that exists somewhere and easy to find. Also Crocus stated after reaching every island and island in the grand line you will reach the end which will be the raftel. The end of entrance to grand line at the red line would be the opposite side of Reverse Mountain on New Worlds side. So you reach raftel by reaching the underneath of Reverse Mountain.

And with that I am done, hope you enjoyed this! Please leave any feedback you have, since this is the first time I am ever leaving my theory on an official post like this, hope you enjoyed!

*Theory by Wasabaki

Abolishment of the Shichibukai System

It’s no mystery that the Warlord System is a sensitive subject when it comes to the forces of the World Government. The Marines are essentially working together with their enemies and this has been shown to be tricky on multiple occasions.Obviously, the reason for the WG to have this pact with these notorious pirates is to better control the seas. One of the main reasons for the Warlords to exist, is to scare off rookies that think about becoming a big time pirate, and eventually beat the ones that try anyways. Another reason for this pact to exist, is to strengthen the forces of the marines in times of need. The clearest example of this is the battle at Marineford. Every Warlord was summoned to fight against the forces of Whitebeard, and the WG even threatened to withdraw the title of Warlord if they refused to come. Although the system obviously shows some benefits to the WG, we can’t ignore the fact that this same system has given the WG some major headaches before.

Pirates will always be pirates. That’s a lesson the WG has learned the painful way in both Alabasta and Dressrosa. In both cases, a Warlord was acting like the good-guy towards the citizens of the islands, but in the end, they were the ones responsible for all of the problems. The events on both Islands were a painful matter for the government. In reality, the government that is supposed to protect its people, let an evil maniac run and ruin the country behind the scenes. In both cases the problem was resolved by another pirate crew instead of the government itself. The fact that the government indirectly caused this problem and didn’t even solve it, gives major trust issues towards them and in the end, will result in severe dissatisfaction.Probably the biggest disaster for the WG regarding the Warlord system is Teach’s betrayal and his break in/out of Impel Down. This is by far the best example of a person joining the ranks of the Warlords for the sole reason of betraying the WG later on. Teach had everything planned out beforehand and used his title to have an easy way into Impel Down (the world’s greatest prison), gather a crew of the most notorious criminals, break out again, and then wreak havoc at the very Marine HQ that the Warlords were supposed to defend. There is no greater backstabbing in the history of the Warlords than this one.But abolishing the Warlord system would have been a very painful task. They are responsible for tasks that greatly benefit the WG and they exercise a relatively big amount of influence on the seas.  Another thing that prevented the WG from cutting ties with Doflamingo, was the fact that he knows about the “national treasure of Mariejois”. The WG was definitely afraid of information about this leaking out.

Now that Doflamingo is locked up, it might be possible for the WG to abolish the system now that it’s “weak”.

One of the things that would change after the abolition of the Warlord system, is the control the WG has on the seas. The amount of rookie pirates that enter the Grand Line would surge. The Warlords would no longer have the task to minimize this group, this means that more people will survive the Grand Line and this news will also convince even more people to attempt the journey. This could lead to more prominent rookie pirates that would rise like the worst generation did before them.Another result of the abolition would be the fact that the Warlords would become enemies of the Marines again, not even considering the fact that new alliances might emerge between ex-Warlords, maybe even some super rookies, or even a Yonko.

We have to consider that the seas are a dangerous place at the moment. Like Doflamingo stated, there’s a big war coming now that Whitebeard’s era is over. The current Yonko are all power houses and some of them are creating bigger and bigger forces. Kaido is creating a zoan fruit army prepared for war, Big Mom is upgrading her forces with Vinsmoke technology, and Blackbeard is collecting devil fruits for his crew and his ambitions are a danger to the WG too.Of course the Marines and World Government have a lot of powerhouses for themselves like the Admirals, the CP’s, the Vice Admirals, Vegapunk’s PX army, and old legends like Garp, Sengoku, maybe even Kong. There could even be people that work for the WG that we haven’t even heard of, but the fact remains that abolishing the Warlord system would severely shift the balance of the world in the favour of pirates and possibly even the revolutionary army who could use this opportunity to strike.

by S.


The awaited legendary battle unfolds on SEA!

This is just how I predict the StrawHats VS Blackbeard ultimate battle.

1. Luffy will not mobilize his fleet against Blackbeard. Instead it will be a coincidental meeting (as most theorize) on Raftel’s sea. Instead it will be very similar to the Edd war were Roger and his crew aboard the Oro Jackson fought Shiki’s fleet of 50 ships. This time, the SHs consisting of Luffy and 12 crew members aboard the Sunny against BB’s 10 massive ships.
2. The war will not be on an island as usual but will rather finally and epically be true pirate style on sea. Similarly to one of my most favorite fights of the series, Luffy VS Don Krieg, which was entirely on Don’s gigantic wrecked fleet. At first Luffy was jumping from place to place until he found a large surface where he began delivering offense after offense. Even though all the characters abilities will be of such a high caliber, it isn’t impossible seeing as BlackBeard possesses 10 gigantic ships of which “at least” one can accommodate San Juan Wolf. Further on mobility would be a certain quality of the 2 PK level crews.

3. Prior to the final matchups we will first witness probably 2 chapters of some awesome moments including all of Sunny’s (much more advanced) weapons, tag teamwork, destruction caused to a number of BlackBeard’s ships, Nami at BlackBeard’s treasury etc. Then, of course, all the grand scale exchanges will render BlackBeard’s entire fleet’s fodder numbers redundant and that is when all the long awaited final matchups begin.

*by Moey Krimz


Was recently watching a theory about the North Blue. It goes into Mihawk and Doffy possibly going against Germa in the past. I thought more about who could’ve united those 2 and many others to do this. Now Mihawk has a high respect for Shanks. What exactly it is, I think I have an idea. I think it is the same power that he saw in Luffy. Goda possibly not only hinted at Shank’s character, but also put Luffy with BUGGY in this panel on purpose.

Buggy and Luffy got their fruits while Shanks was there.

I also wanted to speak on Oda choosing Usopp to be the 1 to wear the North Blue type head accessories. The headphones and ear pieces resemble those of the Vinsmokes. Maybe Usopp got his fashion sense from his dad’s friend, Lucky Roo. Sidenote : Lucky Roo and the doctor here share a resemblance.
If that is correct, there’s a chance that all those years back when Shanks was in the East Blue, he lead a group with a different objectives, similar to Luffy’s Impel Down-Marineford group, against Germa 66.
Sanji left his fam when he was 8. They were going for the East Blue at the moment.

Luffy met Shanks when he was 7.
Luffy is 2 years younger than Sanji. Luffy met Shanks 1 year after Sanji left. Shanks, if this theory is true, fought Germa 66 before meeting Luffy. They had a DF from the war as well. This DF is the Gomu Gomu Fruit. If you could provide any extra insight to add to this, or if there’s something I missed like an inaccuracy, please do.

This is Ragnar’s great video www.youtube.com/watch?v=AHvKidaMotM&t=2s

*Theory by Cockycent

Kuma, Dragon’s most trusted Revolutionary

So I was just rereading the Thriller Bark Arc and something hit me. Here it is.


What I want to point out here is Kuma’s comment.

Kuma knows about Luffy. Isn’t that strange? I mean even Ivankov, Dragon’s right hand at this point, doesn’t know about Luffy’s existence. And judging by how Dragon reacted to Ivankov’s question about Kuma here.


He knows about Kuma already. The only thing that can really imagine here is that Dragon ordered Kuma to infiltrate the marines and somehow obtain a connection with Vegapunk. Evidently he succeeded. I may be jumping to conclusions here but I think Kuma convinced Vegapunk to join the Revolutionaries.

Dragon has absolute trust in Kuma I mean I don’t think Kuma would act on his own especially if he hates the marines, he would do nothing to aid them. Any thoughts?

*by Dfu0


As we all know, Marco and the remainder of the WB pirates had an all out war against Blackbeard and his crew, known as the ‘Payback War’. Led by First Division Commander Marco, the remainder of the Whitebeard Pirates sought revenge for the events that led up to and caused the Battle of Marineford. They had brought in their full forces in order to engage the Blackbeard Pirates, who responded in kind. However, the Whitebeard Pirates suffered an overwhelming defeat.

This ‘rebirth’ of Marco that I will try to explain, is not an actual physical rebirth as a result of his phoenix powers, but rather a symbolic rebirth, to signal a new beginning for Marco.
The phoenix is a very popular mythical creature, prevalent in many different cultures and folklore. In particular, Japanese mythology, it is said that the phoenix was thought to only appear at the birth of a virtuous ruler/King, and was said to mark the beginning of a new era.

This could be likened to Marco once being the first commander under Whitebeard’s command. He served under Edward Newgate in what was known as the Whitebeard era. But this era ended with the war at Marineford.

It is said that at the end of one era, the phoenix returns to its celestial abode or ‘dies’ only to await its ‘rebirth’ at the dawn of a new era. As the story goes, the phoenix, near the end of its life, settles in to its nest which then burns ferociously, reducing the bird and its nest to ashes. And from those ashes, a fledgling phoenix rises – renewed and reborn.

From the beginning of the main storyline (chapter 1) to the present, if we were to follow the path of Marco’s life within that time, it is, simply put, been filled with death, tragedy, defeat and loss. From the time Thatch found the yami yami fruit which led to him being killed by Teach…..then losing Ace….then losing Whitebeard…..and finally being defeated in the payback war, and all the while not to mention Weevil being on the hunt for him and killing his allies. The only bright spot in an otherwise dark time; was his ability to protect Luffy and ensure that he didn’t die at Marineford…

The sequence of events over the last 2-3 years surrounding Marco symbolizes the ending of his ‘life’ as serving the past ruler of the era, Whitebeard, which has now ended. These events represents the ‘fire’ that consumed him before he awaits his ‘rebirth’ and the new era.

The minks and samurai are now embarking on a journey to seek out Marco, so that he may join the alliance to take down Kaido and reclaim Wano.
This, I believe, will be the beginning of Marco’s new life; his rebirth of sorts, to serve under the new era and the next rightful King…..Monkey D. Luffy!!

*Theory by phoenixxx91



Right now as we all know, The Blackbeard Pirates are hunting devil fruit users to strengthen their power.

One of the possible devil fruit hunt by the Blackbeard Pirates is the one currently owned by Diamond Jozu. The diamond devil fruit.

The most worthy of using this power would be Shiliew of the Rain. The swordsman in Blackbeard Pirates.

Diamond is one of the hardest material in the world, This is the perfect devil fruit to be held by swordsman, If it were to be clad with armament haki, it would make it seems impossible for anyone to penatrate or cut.

Perhaps Shiliew will defeat Mihawk to own the title of strongest swordsman, And the final fight would be Zoro versus Shiliew, By defeating and penetrating or cutting through the armor would make Zoro the strongest and the first swordsman to ever cut diamond.

Of course i might be wrong, I’m not Goda after all.

*Theory by SoulKing