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21st Jun '18 12:42:36 PM Wixelt
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After some unclear incident that caused Luffy to turn his back on the pirate lifestyle, possibly the death of his crew, he uses some power, possibly the One Piece depending on what that turns out to be, to travel back and found the World Government himself, causing pretty much every WG obstacle and situation his present self has encountered in the series.

This could be a gambit to, knowing the Government exists in the world the people he knew and cared about lived in, ensure things take the correct course until time reaches where the Straw Hats would've normally perished, before suddenly flipping the script.

Alternatively, Future Luffy went off the deep end, coming back in time and developing a god complex in his grief. Though his original intentions may have been pure, he's created the very world that swallowed his friends up in death, no longer caring about how things began.

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After some unclear incident that caused Luffy to turn his back on the pirate lifestyle, possibly the death of his crew, he uses some power, possibly the One Piece depending on what that turns out to be, to travel back and found the World Government himself, causing pretty much every WG obstacle and situation his present self has encountered in the series. The Straw Hat that's kept as a treasure is the same one iconic to the series.

This could be a gambit to, knowing the Government exists in the world the people he knew and cared about lived in, ensure things take the correct course until time reaches where the Straw Hats would've normally perished, before suddenly flipping the script.

script. If this is the case, he's kept his Straw Hat as a reminder not to let things go the way he remembered them going.

Alternatively, Future Luffy went off the deep end, coming back in time and developing a god complex in his grief. Though his original intentions may have been pure, he's created the very world that swallowed his friends up in death, no longer caring about how things began.
began. If this is the case, the Straw Hat is being kept out of the last remaining shred of sentimentality Luffy has left.
21st Jun '18 12:40:12 PM Wixelt
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[[WMG: Im's true identity is a version of Luffy from the future that originally was to be.]]
After some unclear incident that caused Luffy to turn his back on the pirate lifestyle, possibly the death of his crew, he uses some power, possibly the One Piece depending on what that turns out to be, to travel back and found the World Government himself, causing pretty much every WG obstacle and situation his present self has encountered in the series.

This could be a gambit to, knowing the Government exists in the world the people he knew and cared about lived in, ensure things take the correct course until time reaches where the Straw Hats would've normally perished, before suddenly flipping the script.

Alternatively, Future Luffy went off the deep end, coming back in time and developing a god complex in his grief. Though his original intentions may have been pure, he's created the very world that swallowed his friends up in death, no longer caring about how things began.
18th Jun '18 6:58:49 PM trovamp
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[[WMG:The Straw Hat represents an ancient power/threat to the World Government]]
That only Im knows about (Maybe before the World Government, there was an ancient world power whose troops wore straw hats)
17th Jun '18 4:45:36 PM zonezeroh
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The Gorousei noted that the Nefertari family choose to stay behind in the lower realms 800 years ago implied that the Celestial Dragons were all from the lower realms before then, this begs the question: who lives in the upper realms of the Redline? One possibility is that there were no upper realms before then, the Redline was referred to as indestructible in the past yet we have seen a number of island destroying devil fruit abilities and examples of super human strength that should made this impossible, so its durability might be a indication of extraordinary origin than a natural geographic feature, and as the Grandline was similarly extraordinary and closely connected with the Redline it follows that they share a similar origin. They might have been the result of planetary scale terraforming using scientific means or devil fruits, they separate the world into six manageable sections and prevent large scale uprising over the separate regions and since the world government monopolized world scale transportation they will maintain a upper hand against any and all powers within it. The Grandline itself was probably engineered specifically to funnel their opposition into the dangerous region so that they will either eliminate each other or fell to the extreme weather conditions and hostile flora and fauna inside, a meat grinder before the vault
holding the truth of the world.

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The Gorousei noted that the Nefertari family choose to stay behind in the lower realms 800 years ago implied that the Celestial Dragons were all from the lower realms before then, this begs the question: who lives in the upper realms of the Redline? One possibility is that there were no upper realms before then, the Redline was referred to as indestructible in the past yet we have seen a number of island destroying devil fruit abilities and examples of super human strength that should made this impossible, so its durability might be a indication of extraordinary origin than a natural geographic feature, and as the Grandline was similarly extraordinary and closely connected with the Redline it follows that they share a similar origin. They might have been the result of planetary scale terraforming using scientific means or devil fruits, they separate the world into six manageable sections and prevent large scale uprising over the separate regions and since the world government monopolized world scale transportation they will maintain a upper hand against any and all powers within it. The Grandline itself was probably engineered specifically to funnel their opposition into the dangerous region so that they will either eliminate each other or fell to the extreme weather conditions and hostile flora and fauna inside, a meat grinder before the vault
vault holding the truth of the world.world.

[[WMG:Mihawk lost interest in dueling Shanks is not because of concern over his power loss due to losing an arm]]
Since the common stance of Shanks' condition after losing his dominant arm was that he wasn't weaken by it over all, Mihawk's lost of interest over dueling the Yonko mush be due to a different factor than power loss. My guess is that Mihawk no longer regards Shanks as a fellow swordsman and thus a valid target of his challenge. If all Mihawk cares about were combat strength, any of the Yonko would have been valid targets including Shanks who must have supplemented his combat style with either a greater use of different haki (using conqueror shock wave) or maybe even martial arts into his combat style (kicking for example) after the loss of his left arm, yet he did not challenge Yonkos (other than that one slash against Whitebeard) tells me that he only interested in fighting pure swordsman which non of them are (anymore in Shanks' case), he did not even seem to want to fight people who uses devil fruit powers to supplement their swordsmanship, otherwise Kisaru would have been a valid target as well. My conclusion is that Mihawk only challenges pure swordsmen, and will only tolerate the use of haki in their competition.
15th Jun '18 11:08:15 PM zonezeroh
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The Gorousei noted that the Nefertari family choose to stay behind in the lower realms 800 years ago implied that the Celestial Dragons were all from the lower realms before then, this begs the question: who lives in the upper realms of the Redline? One possibility is that there were no upper realms before then, the Redline was referred to as indestructible in the past yet we have seen a number of island destroying devil fruit abilities and examples of super human strength that should made this impossible, so its durability might be a indication of extraordinary origin than a natural geographic feature, and as the Grandline was similarly extraordinary and closely connected with the Redline it follows that they share a similar origin. They might have been the result of planetary scale terraforming using scientific means or devil fruits, they separate the world into six manageable sections and prevent large scale uprising over the separate regions and since the world government monopolized world scale transportation they will maintain a upper hand against any and all powers within it. The Grandline itself was probably engineered specifically to funnel their opposition into the dangerous region so that they with eliminate each other or fell to extreme weather conditions and hostile flora and fauna inside, a meat grinder before the vault

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The Gorousei noted that the Nefertari family choose to stay behind in the lower realms 800 years ago implied that the Celestial Dragons were all from the lower realms before then, this begs the question: who lives in the upper realms of the Redline? One possibility is that there were no upper realms before then, the Redline was referred to as indestructible in the past yet we have seen a number of island destroying devil fruit abilities and examples of super human strength that should made this impossible, so its durability might be a indication of extraordinary origin than a natural geographic feature, and as the Grandline was similarly extraordinary and closely connected with the Redline it follows that they share a similar origin. They might have been the result of planetary scale terraforming using scientific means or devil fruits, they separate the world into six manageable sections and prevent large scale uprising over the separate regions and since the world government monopolized world scale transportation they will maintain a upper hand against any and all powers within it. The Grandline itself was probably engineered specifically to funnel their opposition into the dangerous region so that they with will either eliminate each other or fell to the extreme weather conditions and hostile flora and fauna inside, a meat grinder before the vault
15th Jun '18 4:07:49 PM zonezeroh
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[[WMG:Both the Redline and the Grandline were man made 800 years ago.]]
The Gorousei noted that the Nefertari family choose to stay behind in the lower realms 800 years ago implied that the Celestial Dragons were all from the lower realms before then, this begs the question: who lives in the upper realms of the Redline? One possibility is that there were no upper realms before then, the Redline was referred to as indestructible in the past yet we have seen a number of island destroying devil fruit abilities and examples of super human strength that should made this impossible, so its durability might be a indication of extraordinary origin than a natural geographic feature, and as the Grandline was similarly extraordinary and closely connected with the Redline it follows that they share a similar origin. They might have been the result of planetary scale terraforming using scientific means or devil fruits, they separate the world into six manageable sections and prevent large scale uprising over the separate regions and since the world government monopolized world scale transportation they will maintain a upper hand against any and all powers within it. The Grandline itself was probably engineered specifically to funnel their opposition into the dangerous region so that they with eliminate each other or fell to extreme weather conditions and hostile flora and fauna inside, a meat grinder before the vault
holding the truth of the world.
15th Jun '18 3:22:42 PM zonezeroh
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We all know that Kuma is supposedly converted completely to machine and thus died, but what we don't know is what happened to his brain after removal, was it destroyed? Or did Vegapunk has some other plans in mind for it? My bet is that he is too important to reduce to a flashback only character, and will come back in to main focus sometime later.

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We all know that Kuma is supposedly converted completely to machine and thus died, but what we don't know is what happened to his brain after removal, was it destroyed? Or did Vegapunk has some other plans in mind for it? My bet is that he is too important to reduce be reduced to a flashback only character, and will certainly come back in to into main focus sometime later.
15th Jun '18 3:21:41 PM zonezeroh
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[[WMG:Kuma will come back and become a future benevolent figure in the story in a brand new body.]]
We all know that Kuma is supposedly converted completely to machine and thus died, but what we don't know is what happened to his brain after removal, was it destroyed? Or did Vegapunk has some other plans in mind for it? My bet is that he is too important to reduce to a flashback only character, and will come back in to main focus sometime later.
14th Jun '18 2:56:22 PM trovamp
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[[WMG:In the final arc, every character that has ever appeared will join in the final fight.]]
Some will align with Blackbeard, some with the Marines while most will fight with the Straw Hats
25th May '18 1:05:36 PM Rubber_Lotus
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[[WMG:A future arc (less likely, a FillerArc or movie) will feature a CurseOfBabel plot.]]
The world of ''One Piece'' is wide and vast. Technology levels fluctuate wildly but most islands seem pretty damn isolated, and the World Government controls the only thing resembling mass media. Logically speaking, there's no real reason for everyone to be speaking a CommonTongue (it's especially blatant for the inhabitants of Skypiea, who ''really'' shouldn't be so easily intelligible to the Strawhats considering [[spoiler:half of them came from the freaking moon and never went down to the Blue Sea]]).

We could, of course, just chalk this up to ArtisticLicense and call it a day. But knowing Oda's worldbuilding, he could well pull an explanation for this 200 or 300 chapters in the future. Perhaps someone from the Void Century (or even earlier!) used his Devil Fruit/Haki/whatever to grant the world a ''Blessing'' of Babel, and the World Government has just now figured out a way to reverse it?
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