This is Page One of Wild Mass Guesses for the series One Piece that are still uncategorized. Just for Fun and silly guesses go on the silly page. If a WMG is Jossed, please move it to the Jossed page, if it is Confirmed, please move it to the Confirmed page.
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- In terms of becoming Pirate King via reaching Raftel, the information from the Zou arc reveals that to do so, a person will need information from each of the four Road Poneglyphs, either through reading and translating them (which only Robin is known to be capable of doing at this point) or through understanding them via the Voice of All Things (as Roger did, and as Linlin wants to do, using her daughter Pudding's ability, once awakened, to hear the Voice). So far, Roger is the only one who's been able to read all four; just finding all of them is a challenge in and of itself.
- As for the main guess, signs are pointing to yes - Oda made a statement at the Jump Festa 2018 event that he plans to introduce a "lurking legend" in the One Piece world in 2018, who will be "Luffy and his crew's greatest enemy." Oda teased that this enemy "might be related to Whitebeard." Oda also teased that the Paramount War storyline in the series will "look cute" compared to "that."
- Facts :
- A single person cannot eat more than one devil fruit.
- Blackbeard ate more than one devil fruit
- Let's look at Fusion Dance in Dragon Ball, the Shonen series that inspired so many others. It combined two people into a stronger one. In One Piece world, such a thing could be easily achieved by the devil fruit. There are many weirder abilities out there. In fact, we know one devil fruit capable of doing such.
- The Op-Op fruit is shown to be capable of combining people's bodies and switching their souls. It isn't too much of a stretch to think that it could be used to transplant a human's soul into another body.
- But there is a certain drawback: A devil fruit effect could only be active as long as the user's alive, or in a certain case, conscious. This is the case with Sugar, Van Der Decken, Shiki and Moria. Once the user knocked off, the effect is gone. For Luffy's case though, it's likely he's still a rubber even though he is knocked off.
- So is there a way of permanently transplanting another person's soul into someone? That is, even if the Op-Op user died, the effect would still there? Actually, if there's such a thing, it would cost the user greatly. We know from Law that Op-Op ability required a lot of stamina; it cannot be used too often. Imagine what would happen if someone tried to give a permanent effect. It would probably cost them their life.
- That's right. It was the immortality thing that Doflamingo wanted. While transplanting someone's soul into someone else isn't going to make them immortal, this procedure could be repeated again and again as so many times. It's close enough to immortality. Alternatively, the soul could be transplanted into something nonhuman. Maybe a machine like Pacifista.
- tl, dr;
- Considering the first time Blackbeard was mentioned was him invading drum island, maybe Wapol with his ability to literally fuse people together was responsible for Blackbeard becoming the monster he is.
- Personally I'd like to see Brook become Zoro, purely to see Zoro act like Brook does and have Zoro get pissed at Brook for using his swords the "wrong way".
- Fair enough. My reasoning is Luffy freaking out with happiness at the fact he's now the "awesome singing afro skeleton," Brook regaining his lost youth through Usopp, Usopp gets to feel real strength for once, Zoro being put in a woman's body and the fights it results in with Nami!Sanji and Robin gets the only body left.
- The hilarity of Robin -> Luffy would be Luffy acting smart.
- Good point, also Luffy being incredibly calm and full of morbid comments.
- Well he swapped Smoker and Tashigi? as of chapter 663. He had an opportunity to swap the other straw hats, but for whatever reason he hasn't done so. ...Yet, at least.
- Um, dude, Shirahoshi is Poseidon. Luffy may be able to hear sea kings, but Shirahoshi can control them.
- Of course, the first Poseidon might have been a pirate, but we know little about her.
- Probably not, since they are apparently looking for successors as of the Reverie arc.
- Alternatively, Shanks was the strongest swordsman before the whole thing with Luffy.
- This does sound plausible. I could completely see it.
- Or he just could be like Luffy. Luffy usually acted like a moron, but he does have a moment where he acted wise and smart.
- Join the crew on join the story?
- Join the crew. After Kinemon mistaking Violet for Kunoichi, I am pretty sure that there are kunoichi in One Piece world, moreover, they seem to live in Wano or somewhere near it, because Kinemon (and samurais in general) are said to be lacking common knowledge about everything other than their island and what is located near it. So I am sure that Kinemon is interacting with them or at least knows about them, to the point of mistaking someone for them, because they live somewhere near Wano or in Wano itself. And it was said by Oda that the next saga is exactly about Wano =D
- Well, as of Wano, the kunoichi Shinobu has joined the story, but not the Straw Hat crew.
- Trafalgar D. Water Law
- Guy, it is like you took the words right from my mouth! I completely agree with everything what you've said. Want to also add that she had a mysterious tatoo on her hand in a flashback, which was never explained.
- Not confirmed yet, but Monet indeed had some kind of sad backstory, according to the last SBS, because of which Doflamingo took her into his Family. So it may very well be true.
- I'm going to bet the new warlord is Lucci. If the warlord is a new person, then Oda wouldn't purposefully hide him from us, he'd use the chance to at least reveal the name or something. My reason as follows :
- Lucci is strong and had an animal theme.
- After the MF war, WG would need any help they can get.
- Enies Lobby's destruction is Spandam's fault, not CP9.
- It is difficult to imagine CP9 as pirates, they were trained since childhood (if Lucci's story is any indication) to be the government's agent. Therefore, if they had no choice but to become pirates, they might as well become shichibukai.
- The warlord part of this WMG is Jossed. He's a new character.
- This is more likely with Kaidou's appearance
- Well, he's resurfaced but he seems to be operating alone as of chapter 925. He's definitely not any quieter.
- The idea that Grand Line was created (as we see it now) 800 years ago is nice but contradicts explanation given for the existence of "prehistoric" islands (such as Little Garden). Also, Alabasta existed 800 years ago, seemed to be a country of hot deserts then and is located somewhere around the middle of Paradise (that is, at latitude ~40 degrees, like New York or Rome in our world).
- Not exactly ironic. Consider it like a titan or something.
- This reasoning has several flaws (though guess itself can still be valid, in a sense):
- Robin figured that "Rio Poneglyph" is not a poneglyph per se, but rather something you get by combining information on other poneglyphs ("tablets of truth"). It's hard to imagine that Roger actually took several poneglyphs to Raftel (they're way too heavy, among other things).
- Whitebeard remembered Roger saying him "want me to tell you the way to Raftel?" which implies it's not as easy as following log pose.
- Also, Whitebeard stated that "when somebody finally finds that treasure, the world will be turned upside down". Something as obscure (and easy to lie about) as poneglyph hardly qualifies. And he said that he won't go to Raftel because he "has no interest in the place".
- And (take it as my wild guess) I suppose that all four emperors (at the start of the story, i.e. without Teach) have reasons not to search for One Piece, though specific reasoning may differ from person to person.
- To defend my idea:
- Obviously all the poneglyphs arent at Raftel. But the Roger pirates knew the history of the Void Century and easily could have left it there with some form of evidence.
- No idea why Whitebeard would need a way to get to Raftel, as it should be fairly easy for him.
- Should it be? If all it takes to get to Raftel were to follow the log, World Government should've ordered Aokiji ride there long ago. But it seems that there is no known route, so that characters with powers to fly over the sea (Laffitte, Marco, Monet, Buffalo) or cross it in some other manner didn't get to Raftel in last 20 years (or in several centuries before, for that matter).
- Not what i meant. I just meant i dont know why he hasnt got there. My thoughts are that he knows how to get there and doesnt because he cant interpret the knowledge, but thats just a wild guess
- The world will be turned upside down by one piece. The knowledge of the events during the void will tip the scales in favor of the revolution and lead to an overthrow of the WG. The government is clearly afraid of this knowledge becoming know, hence the destruction of Ohara, who obviously guessed the purpose of the poneglyfs correctly. Thats why they were killed.
- I don't see much power in truth that only one person knows, calling that person a liar is way too easy. Then again, we don't know what actually happened... maybe even announcing these past deeds will be enough. This troper thinks that in the world where everyone is OK with hunting down pregnant women for as much as a chance of them spending a night with wrong person - no revelation can be "too much". But maybe it's just pessimism.
- The WG had a reason for killing Ohara for knowing the truth, and if i had to guess, the following things will happen:
- The Strawhats find out the real truth about the Void Century and then help the rebels overthrow the WG.
- Those with the Will of D are the descendants of the civilization that the current WG destroyed prior to the Void Century. The void covers up the atrocities committed by the WG during that time, which are detailed in the Rio Poneglyph. Why? It's obvious that those with D are enemies of "God", according to the latest chapters. Who would be considered gods? The people in the "Holy Land", aka the celestial dragons, who are descendants of the ruling class who wiped out the civilization who left the poneglyphs.
- This is what I've been wondering too. If we went from Devil Fruits being mythical in the East Blue to having an Emperor lead a crew of 500 users, there's only one possible explanation, and that is that these things are created, and don't just appear naturally. I mean, every other person in the New World seems to have eaten a Devil Fruit, and considering how rare they're supposed to be, this would be a PERFECT explanation for why so many people have Devil Fruits now.
- Doubt it. We have seen how much Monet treasures her life. Also, that would mean Law already knew he will get caught.
- Her being killed meant failing the mission which was given to her by Joker, and it was simply unacceptable. If she was killed by Law, it would have left both base and Caesar unprotected and being in danger of being destroyed by Law and anyone else (Straw Hats in that certain day). And while Law didn't know that Vergo arrived, he could predict that something would go wrong, he is constantly portrayed as Chessmaster through this saga, who always plans one step forward or even two. Besides if it was not Law telling Monet to do this, every other way it doesn't make sense either, because Law couldn't do it by himself without being prepared, and even with being prepared, having everyone watching him and him being chained would have stopped him from doing it by himself. Not only that, but the manga panel implied that it was Monet, and Monet herself was undoubtedly loyal to Joker and couldn't assist Straw Hats by her own will, even if she wanted to help them or children. Plus I just don't see what could be the request of Law, if not that. What another ability could Monet lend to him?
- Or maybe the principle behind rumble balls is not limited to zoans, seeing how recent spoiler states something about "awakening" for paramecia.
- There are no Logia, Zoan or Paramecia class. Once they reached awakening, they are all the same.
- Logia users by default are the closest to awakening. But this very rarely happens since they already felt powerful enough and don't actively seek it.
- Most devil fruits users who managed to reach the awakening state are zoans.
- Paramecia users would find it most difficult to awaken their powers.
- It is possible there would be hybrid devil fruit - for example, a zoan with paramecia ability. Of course, the weakness would be doubled, too.
- Considering the Tama Tama no Mi (Egg-Egg Fruit) is categorized as "Unclassified" and possesses aspects of both Paramecia (allows the user to regenerate their body) and Zoan (allows the user to take the form of an animal), this is essentially confirmed.
- If this doesn't happen, I'm gonna hurt someome.
- In a naval battle? That would make the Thousand Sunny even more awesome of a ship than it already is. It's got a cannon that can blow a fortress apart, is made of nearly indestructible wood, and suddenly it gains the ability to reflect cannon fire back on its attackers? Talk about your dangerous ship. Granted, that depends on how transformed objects interact with water since they're not technically part of the Devil Fruit user's body, but...
- Maybe it can be used in conjunction with Luffy's other Gears and Haki for devastating combos.
Group two: The Kid Pirates (Eustass Kid's crew)/Hawkins Pirates (Basil Hawkin's crew)/On Air Pirates (Scratchman Apoo's crew) alliance, which will gain more allies including the Fallen Monk Pirates (Urouge's crew) and Firetank Pirates (Capone Beige's crew).
The Drake Pirates (X Drake's crew) and Bonney Pirates (Jewelry Bonney's crew) will also become part of one or the other of these alliances.
- Somewhat confirmed for 5600 Colosseum pirates.
- This would mean marines are total morons, Vegapunk included (not that it's impossible). This idea is rather easy to guess and to apply when executing pirates. Also, given Shiryu habits Impel Down staff should have been Devil Fruit users down to last janitor. I think the trick is more complex than that. The only time we have actually seen fruit reborn it was a specific fruit which Ceasar already had in his hands before, and it happened on island without any vegetation.
- Parasa-ito seems to be a flashy move not intended for actual battle with a difficult opponent. Fujitora just caught the string (may be anime-only scene), any logia can just disperse, Law probably can teleport away ("parasite" doesn't hinder mental activity or speech)... It seems unlikely that Luffy, resident hypnosis victim, has any special resistance - more probable that Doflamingo just doesn't think this move can be useful against non-fodder.
- It probably just doesn't work to anyone with sufficiently high Armament Haki. That seems to be the usual type of Haki to resist Fruit powers.
- The original premise is jossed, still possible in the future though.
The original method:
- Someone new is needed and they find someone who fits that requirement.
- Luffy battles a "boss character" while the would-be crew member battles an underling.
- Their backstory (usually involving someone important to them dying) and dreams are revealed.
- The rest of the current crew battle various underlings, who usually match their own abilities and strength.
Sans the first step, the same means will be used to build up a large alliance like the Whitebeard Pirates and Blackbeard Pirates have. Crews recruited this way will include:
- Jimbei and the Sun Pirates. Jimbei's flashback revealed his past with Fisher Tiger and Queen Otohime, and his dream is for friendship between humans and Fishmen. He was actually asked to join the crew, but turned down the offer until he was done taking care of some unfinished business involving Big Mom/Charlotte Linlin, whom Luffy has sworn to defeat.
- Trafalgar D. Water Law and the Heart Pirates. Law's flashback revealed his past with Donquixote Rosinante, who was killed by his brother Doflamingo. His only known dream is to find One Piece. During the Punk Hazard arc, he made a formal alliance between the Straw Hat and Heart Pirates with the goal of defeating Doflamingo (and he claims he wants to dethrone Kaido of the Yonko as well, with the Straw Hats' help; Luffy subsequently swore to take down all four Yonko).
Other expected ally crews:
- Bartolomeo and the Barto Club, since Bartolomeo idolizes Luffy.
- Cavendish and the Beautiful Pirates, since Cavendish has given up his hatred of the other pirate.
- Crocodile and his new crew. Crocodile doesn't bear a grudge against Luffy for his past defeat, allying with him during the Whitebeard War. He seems to have some respect for him now, and is currently somewhere in the New World with Daz Bones.
- Gekko Moriah and his new crew. While less likely, he still bears a grudge against Kaido and would most likely ally himself with Luffy and Law, who want to bring the Yonko down. In addition, his old crewmate Perona helped Zoro during the timeskip and when the crew was leading Sabaody for Fishman Island. She has since found the abandoned Thriller Bark, which Moriah would probably want back. Moriah, like Crocodile, is confirmed to be hiding somewhere in the New World.
- Boa Hancock and the Kuja Pirates - while she loves Luffy, Luffy himself doesn't have any romantic feelings for Hancock. However, before leaving for Fishman Island, he said he wanted to see Hancock and her crew again.
- Barto Club and Beautiful pirates confirmed along with 5 other groups
- Unlikely. They're huge and heavy as fuck, with Nekomammushi mentioning that no one in their right mind would bother carrying one. And even if they could, Mariejois isn't an impenetrable fortress (Fisher Tiger is the once-living proof of that), so why move the Poneglyphs to a room where you run the risk of your enemies finding them when you could just chuck them to the bottom of the sea?
- Well, two of the "Road Ponyglyphs" are in possesion of the Yonko Kaido and Big Mom. If they can lift, move, and posses them, who says Marines can't do the same.
- His eyes even hidden in the cover page. Is his eyes One Piece or something?
- It's getting more ridiculous. He had sunglasses even in the prison!
- We have seen two glimpses of one of his eyes, but there has to be something about the other one.
- Or maybe they thought they would find a way to Raftel if they defeated Shanks. He was a member of Roger pirates after all.
- I was thinking that maybe they thought Shanks was the weakest Emperor and thus the easiest target. After all, he's the only one of them who's normal sized and also not very threatening looking. Hawkins being so obsessed with playing the odds in his favor would also fit if he thought they had the best chance of beating Shanks.
- Following from this...
- Partly Jossed so far, Big Mom ate a Paramecia fruit.
- But partially confirmed, as Kaido seems to have eaten an Eastern Dragon devil fruit.
- Alternatively, it's Kaidou. He seems rather difficult to kill.
- If Roger shared even half of Luffy's attitude regarding what pirate king means, there would have been no Four Emperors at all while he was around. If Zeff ever was an Emperor, he would've been able to hold to the title for a little more than a decade, assuming he grabbed on to it soon after Roger's capture and death, and lost it shortly before coming to East Blue and meeting with Sanji. Plausible enough so far, but going by the show of strength the Emperors and other power-players have given since, Zeff doesn't seem to have been quite powerful enough - if he had retired from the position of one of the most powerful pirates in the world so recently, surely he could have simply taken a swim off that rock with Sanji? By comparison, Silvers Rayleigh spent two decades laying low and letting his skills deteoriate and was still more than capable of swimming through the far more dangerous sea of Grand Line! Overall Zeff appears to have been reasonably powerful in his time, and likely made it far in Grand Line - perhaps even all the way to the New World - but he probably was never quite so high up.
- I personally thought he had abandonement/loneliness issues. That's the reason why he kept sticking to Ace anyway, and also the reason why he never let his nakama's go, Nami and Robin's 'betrayal' for example.
- As of chapter 813 and following, it's starting to look as it may be the case - see his reaction to the Vinsmoke name and the very scant details about himself before becoming a pirate.
- I find this fairly implausible because another character trait of the D.s is their anti-authoritarianism and rebel nature. It feels odd that a whole family of them could have ruled over a kingdom for centuries. It's possible, but maybe not very likely.
- Not necessarily. The D's live life like they want, freely, which is key, and the ones we have seen have had different goals and motivations, although they tend to be quite morally concious. Fits the Riku clan to a T. Blackbeard appears to be the exception. They can be marines, revolutionaries or pirates, it's not too far fetched some would be royalty. For example, It's probable Law would have been a regular doctor, like his father or mother, (depends on who was the D) if not for his Dark and Troubled Past. Besides, if they were at the top of the pile, very few could've ordered them around, because, you know, royalty and all that. And as for rebel nature, how about defecting from the common royal/noble norm and not declaring/fighting war or performing atrocities for 800 years?
- Hey, this is a bit more plausible now that we've seen Charlotte Cracker slice about halfway through Luffy's arm while he was in Gear Fourth. If that's what just an Emperor's Commander can do...
- He wanted to be pirate king, which he defined as the one with the most freedom in all ocean. He simply didn't want to be tied down with girlfriend/wife/romantic partner of some sort. Too uptight.
- The last pirate king was romantically involved with someone, which resulted in Ace. And Luffy knew how Ace was unhappy with this. He might wanted to avoid the same mistake.
- He could also figure that love is a whole different adventure, and he'd rather deal with one at a time. Perhaps, once he has concluded his current adventure by becoming a pirate king, he will find the time for romantic relations.
- Well, the thing is, simply not wanting to be in a relationship is a totally different thing from not showing any sexual attraction at all. And really, that's what makes it likely that Luffy is genuinely asexual; seeing Hancock naked did absolutely nothing for him. Even if he doesn't want to be tied down, you'd think he'd have some sort of reaction (even an embarrassed one) if he had a sense of sexuality at all.
- Also, the "Happiness Punch" thing from Alabasta (if anybody wants to bring that up) could probably be chalked up to Early Installment Weirdness or Rule of Funny at this point, based on the evidence.
- It is possible be Nami was his Single-Target Sexuality, but definitely downplayed.
- Definitely looks like it could be Hogback's work...
- Right before the final battle, Luffy tried to find out Crocodile, which at that point had went looking for Pluton. Luffy cannot find them, but then a mysterious wind pushed him. The same wind also somehow opened up a pathway underground, which was previously hidden.
- Dragon was last seen in Logue town at the same time as Luffy. It's not a stretch to think he would have arrived at the same time in Alabasta, probably faster if he used devil fruit ability.
- It also explained how the rain came in the end (which stopped the war). Maybe he had wind/weather ability?
- Heck, it could also explained why Pell survived. Big Damn Heroes much?
- That also explained his belief that woman can't be as strong as man, which was shared by Kuina.
- Wait till he meets Big Mom...
- Possible. See the symbol on his yukata and coat? It's identical to a symbol on a samurai outfit of the Hakumi region in Wano who are loyal to Shimotsuki Yasuieof the Shimotsuki Family (Found on The Other Wiki). So maybe Zoro's master was a protector of Yasuie?
- Willpower or Haki is integral to the One Piece world. It could explain the impossible feats - such as Rogue prolonging her pregnancy, Sanji and Zeff managing to survive without food, and the outdated meme "No one dies in One Piece" in general. (There is an exception to that, but we'll get to that later).
- Notable characters' deaths in the past have almost always involved the necessity of death itself.
- Roger wasn't killed by sickness. He willingly turned himself in to be executed in order to start the pirate age. He died because he needed to die.
- Bellemere willingly died because if she hadn't, her daughter's would have. They didn't have money and couldn't win against Arlong at that point.
- Hiluluk choosed to act because if he didn't, Chopper would be guilty for serving the poisoned mushroom.
- It's unsure if Tom was dead, but he also did it to save his two apprentice. The same with Saul, because he willfully sacrificed himself to save Robin's life, Aokiji decided to honor his wish.
- Whitebeard was already old and sick but his death was necessary, plotwise, to make sure the Piracy Age continued (after Ace's death). His final words made sure of it.
- Ace died to save Luffy and moments before his death he already found his goal in life : The answer of whether he had right to live and family that loved him. He already live without regret. All that's left is death.
- Corazon somehow managed to prolong his death in order to save Law.
- Rouge managed to prolong the pregnancy in order to make sure Ace stayed alive.
- Compared to some examples, Kuina's death 'by falling from the stairs' seemed ridiculous. Many people had survived worse... except if Kuina herself didn't REALLY want to live.
- Right before the scene of the death, Kuina regretted being born as woman because she BELIEVED that women could not be as strong as men. She also expressed her fear of growing weaker as she grew up. Belief is really important in One Piece world.
- This WMG proposes what happened : That fateful day, Kuina realized her body had showed signs of puberty and growing up. She fell from the stairs (probably by accident) but unlike many other characters, she didn't have a strong will to live (which might have saved her). Why? Because she's more afraid of being weak rather than dying. She probably thought it was better to die young, when she was 'strong' rather than grow up to be 'weak'.
- Cocoyasi Village and Arlong Park
- Thriller Bark
- Sabaody Archipelago
- Impel Down
- Goa City and Gray Terminal
- Dressrosa and Greenbit
Luffy and Blackback vs Sun Wukong Zoan.
Zoro, and Tiger Mink vs Sabretooth or Triceratops Zoan
Sanji and Goat Mink vs Thunderbird Zoan.
Franky and Roddy vs Rhino Zoan.
Brook and Zebra Mink vs Alicorn or Draugr Zoan.
Chopper and Tristan vs Tanuki or..CHUTHULU Zoan!!!!!!!!
Robin and Crane Zoan vs Peacock or Butterfly Zoan.
Nami and Nekomamushi vs Bakenneko or Black cat Zoan.
Usopp and Armadillo Mink vs Chameleon Zoan.
Law and Snow Leopard Mink vs Shinigami Zoan.
Mink Tribe vs The 500 Zoan Army.
Bepo and Pekoms vs Panda Zoan
Kinemon and Vixen Mink vs Kitsune Zoan.
Kanjuro vs Garuda Zoan.
Momonosuke and Monji, Inuarashi, and Pheasant Zoan vs Oni Zoan.
Wanda and Carrot vs Hellhound Zoan.
Raizou vs Captain Jack
Gecko Moriah vs Camazotz zoan
- Akainu's pretty old though, so just from a narrative point of view, I think it's more likely Oda would make him the secret father of a criminal.
- Ehh, I don't think the fruit's themselves cause them to act like that, they just do because they get used to their fruit's powers.
- So far unlikely. He's pissed off with Bege, not Big Mom, who he's still plenty loyal to (and who didn't even have anything to do with what happened).
- Unlikely. Arresting two royal families and throwing their countries into disarray like that just because they met the Straw Hats, especially after the Dressrosa incident about which the truth was broadcasted to the world (Thank you Fujitora) would be a terrible idea that would do the World Government far more harm than good.
- Kaidou will know of the Poseidon weapon from Caribou (who's been captured by Drake and brought to him) and will attack Fishman Island, also as simple revenge towards Luffy who decided to have it under his own protection; Sharley's prophecy will be fulfilled, although it's to be seen how exactly.
- Blackbeard, his dream of being the Pirate King crushed, will try to take Mariejois over during the Reverie, a move that would plunge the world into an even bigger chaos.
- Maybe he could spin his arm("winding up") a la Sanji's Diable Jambe for that effect. I'd mark out for "Gum-Gum Fire Fist".
- Confirmed. Red Hawk, anyone? Albeit he unveils it in a fight that's far from his last one.
- This is close enough for me! I'm counting it as my first confirmed WMG ever!
- Woah, not so fast. Remember Gear 4? Yeah... I'm calling this Jossed now.
- Yep, sorry OP, but this is going to back to the guess folder for now. It would be confirmed if you had given a bit more of a limit on it, because Red Hawk is certainly his strongest single-shot Gear Second attack up to at least the Dressrosa Arc so far. But, the fight against Hody when it was introduced was definitely not his last, and Red Hawk was utterly eclipsed by the King Kong Gun in Gear Fourth as being Luffy's strongest attack for now. So, until his real final and strongest attack in One Piece turns out to be a Fire Fist homage, this WMG is for the guess section.
- The Urouge/Blackbeard part is probably Jossed. Remember that he and Kaidou were talking before the latter jumped from the cloud and attacked Kidd's group. Urouge didn't seem to know who he was though, though Kaidou for some reason was content to leave him be. Its still jossed even when assuming that the Mad Monk was acting coy the whole time.
- This is extremely doubtful. Remember, Sanji wouldn't hit Kalifa even if it meant risking not being able to save Robin and/or his own death. At this point I'd have to imagine he would rather pull an Ace and Take The Bullet if Pudding was going to kill a crewmember rather than hit her.
- Considering the first look we got at her personality in chapter 826, it's pretty much Jossed. She's quite the opposite, a really Nice Girl who's even noted by Nami to be "far too forgiving".
- Except NOT. She was pretending to be nice the whole time. I don't know if he'd hit her, but at least half of this is confirmed so far.