Dragon’s true mission is to watch over Nika, with hidden elements in the manga linked to a grand theory about the end of One Piece.
Dragon’s true mission is to watch over Nika, and there are hidden elements in the manga linked to a grand theory about the end of One Piece.
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Dragon’s true mission is to watch over Nika, and there are hidden elements in the manga that are directly linked to one of the biggest theories about the end of One Piece.
Dragon has been secretly watching over Luffy, Kuma is willing to sacrifice himself for his daughter, and Dragon’s identity raises even more mystery about Luffy’s role and existence in One Piece 1101.
One piece 1102 dragon secretly watched over Luffy
Dragon’s actions and words in previous chapters take on new meaning when it’s revealed that he’s been secretly watching and monitoring his son, Luffy.
Kuma tracks down his son, showing irresponsibility but also concern, then goes to observe Luffy training on the island before using his future attacks to defeat Arlong.
Dragon hid the existence of his son because he knew that his child is his weakness and the only leverage and blackmail the enemy can have over him, and Kuma, being the only person who can understand this, is willing to sacrifice himself for his daughter.
The revelation of Dragon’s identity raises more mystery about Luffy’s role and existence, as Dragon is someone who doesn’t want family responsibilities and leads a risky life.
We talk about Nika’s power and Dragon’s secret in One Piece 1101.
Dragon prioritized revolution over family but ultimately chose love over duty, leading to a contrasting upbringing for Luffy, emphasizing the importance of freedom and following orders in their upbringing, while Dragon’s behavior towards Luffy suggests he’s more of a commander than a father, and Kuma is tasked by Dragon to kill him but then forgets all about it after hearing about Luffy’s last name.
Dragon prioritized revolution over family, but ultimately chose love over duty, leading to a contrasting upbringing for Luffy compared to Garp, emphasizing the importance of freedom and following orders in their upbringing.
Dragon’s behavior toward Luffy suggests that he’s more of a commander than a father, and the flashback of Luffy and Dragon makes more sense in light of the leader’s fear of Luffy being revealed and blackmailed.
Kuma is told by Dragon to kill him, but forgets all about it after hearing about Luffy’s last name.
The secret power and existence of Monkey Dragon, Luffy’s official wanted notice, Magnificentukuma’s knowledge of Luffy and Dragon, as well as Nika’s outfit and the mention of key characters in One Piece 1101 are the important events and ideas.
Monkey Dragon’s existence must be kept secret, as he possesses the last rotpégliff and has the power to create water whirlpools, which is important in Luffy’s journey.
Luffy’s official wanted poster bearing his name, Monkey D Luffy, provokes reactions from Shanks and Dragon, leading the latter to recognize Luffy as a pirate.
Magnificententukuma is one of the few characters to know about Luffy and Dragon even before Luffy’s first wanted notice, as shown in chapter 485.
Nika’s outfit and the mention of Pacifista, Vegapunk, Kuma and the revolutionary army in One Piece 1101 are significant details.
Oda’s complex narrative in One Piece reveals Kuma’s knowledge of Nika’s power, Nika’s secret in Kuma’s Bible, and Kuma’s challenge to the world government to protect Luffy and test the loyalty of his crew.
Oda’s genius lies in his ability to intricately weave clues and characters over the long haul in One Piece, creating a satisfying, well-written story.
Kuma knew from the start that Nika had the power of elasticity, which changes everything in One Piece.
Kuma’s Bible is an ancient object that holds the secret of Nika, a historical figure erased from history by the world government.
Kuma believes that Luffy is Nika and wants to protect Sunny even though he has no proof.
Kuma defies the world government to spare Luffy and test the loyalty of his crew, finally asking his best friend to protect his daughter.
Kuma’s betrayal and Vegapunk’s manipulation lead to Luffy’s sadness, but Shishibouai sacrifices himself to protect the crew, while Bonney escape and Kuma’s transformation have major implications for the future.
Kuma’s betrayal and the world government’s interception of the letters are revealed, leading to Luffy’s anger and sadness, but ultimately Shishibouai sacrifices himself to protect Luffy and his crew.
Kuma’s last order was put into his head by Vegapunk, causing him to lose his identity and conscience after saving his life by slapping Nika.
Vegapunk may have known about Nika, and the Mugiwara’s separation was ultimately the best thing that could have happened to Luffy.
Kuma’s flashback in One Piece re-reads the story, providing new keys to understanding and making the work even more satisfying.
Bonney has escaped from Sorbé, she’s healed and free, and Kuma no longer has any weaknesses, which explains Akainu’s reaction, and in the next chapter, Saturn will lose control of his buccaneer surplus.
Kuma and Bonney must never meet again, as Bonney transformation into Nika and her ability to distort the future could have changed everything.
Bonney mimics Nika’s appearance and abilities, Queen Cony plays an important role in her life, and her demon fruit power allows her to extract jewels representing a person’s life qualities, making her One Piece’s most powerful child, with the ability to alter the future.
Nika’s appearance and abilities are imitated by Bonney, who is unaware of the link, and Queen Cony plays an important role in Bonney life, later giving her clothes and a hat.
Manga Mihawk, One Piece’s ultimate predator, remains discreet about his exploits, and Bonney power turns out to be the ability to extract jewels representing a person’s life qualities.
The power of Bonney demon fruit makes her One Piece’s most powerful child, with a bounty of 140 million Berry at the age of 10, and she has the ability to alter the future.