The vastness of the world in One Piece with so many different characters and the complicated relationship between them makes the fans’ imagination to be more open than ever. From past to now, there have been countless fan theories based on what has been revealed in One Piece. Some of them are just for fun (like Dragon is a female injected with a male-to-male hormone), others “make sense” and become so popular that many people believe. that they are real.
And here are a few of the misconceptions you will often hear when One Piece fans talk about each other.
Who caused the X-shaped scar on Luffy’s chest?
The only correct answer was, of course, Admiral Akainu, as he punched Jinbe through and left a terribly large scald scar on Luffy during the Battle of Marine Ford. Despite Jinbe’s support, it would almost kill Luffy without the timely intervention of death doctor Trafalgar D. Water Law. The scar never appeared before Luffy saved Ace, but only later, when Luffy woke up on Amazon Lily Island with a pile of bandages on him.
Many One Piece fans claim that the author of this scar is Zoro, because in episode 223 there was a scene where Zoro sliced across Luffy and left an X on it. However, in fact, this segment appeared in the “processing” part of TOEI but never appeared in the story. These extra sequences are not considered the main story and have no effect on the timeline in the original story, similar to the theatrical movie episodes. In addition to the live fight scene while at Whiskey Peak, Zoro and Luffy then have almost never had a duel.
The scene of Luffy being slashed by Zoro in an episode of One Piece Anime side story
Blackbeard is the owner of the three-headed dog Devil Fruit, giving him the ability to eat up to 3 different Devil Fruits
This is another popular theory that many fans believe and share widely. This theory comes after the scene where Blackbeard stole Whitebeard’s Gura Gura no Mi powers in the manga. Some other theories that are equally famous and make many people believe they can be mentioned such as: Blackbeard has 2 different hearts, so he can eat 2 DF, Blackbeard ate 3 devil fruits because of the pirate flag. His head has 3 different heads representing the three abilities Logia, Zoan and Para. However, up to now, no information of these theories has been shown to be correct. Currently, in the case of Blackbeard, we only have the following information:
– Marco thinks that Blackbeard eats 2 Devil Fruits because his body is “special” than others. However, specifically, so far Marco still has not clarified, aside from the details he has excellent ability to withstand damage and burns (Eat all Ace’s combo, poisoned by Magellan without serious injuries).
– Blueno (CP9) once said a person will explode if they eat 2 Devil Fruits at the same time. However, this is confirmed to be inaccurate. Because after Blackbeard stole Whitebeard’s powers, the Marines only expressed surprise and wondered how he could do it because “1 person cannot possess two demonic powers”, without prompting. nothing to “explode”, or “die” at all.
Big Mom ate Carmel’s mother, then robbed her of her powers
The reason for the disappearance of Caramel is still unknown. We only know for sure that she is dead, because one’s demonic powers only transfer to another when the former owner dies, in this case to Big Mom. However, as a rule any details that have not been confirmed in the Manga are considered speculation, at present Carmel’s death is still considered a mystery, and whether Big Mom ate her or not. just a speculation, not a fact.
It looks so cute, but eating people is also a bit stretch
For more information, in an SBS, a fan asked Oda if he could possess Luffy’s Gomu Gomu no Mi by eating Luffy? Oda replied that he would probably suffer from food poisoning, but did not deny this possibility. This led to the speculation that Big Mom ate caramel flesh even more, but in the end – the hypothesis is still a hypothesis.
Is there any information that you have heard, but have not yet determined, is real or fake? Leave a comment below and we will get back to you in the next section.