One Piece Chapter 1087 Oda reveals the last owner of the poneglyph the burning man

One Piece Chapter 1087 Oda reveals the last owner of the poneglyph the burning man

In the next One Piece Chapter 1087 story, Eiichiro Oda will officially confirm the identity of the last owner of the Road Poneglyph.

Previous One Piece stories have mentioned that the last owner of the Road Poneglyph was a man with burn marks.

Amid speculation about the identity of the fourth owner of the roadside ponegyph, One Piece Chapter 1087 introduces a character believed to be a man with burn marks.

One Piece Chapter 1087 the burning man

One Piece Chapter 1087 the burning man

Who’d have thought that the sign in One Piece Chapter 1087 would show Scopper Gaban as the last owner of the Poneglyph Road?

Spoilers for One Piece Chapter 1087 show the character of Roger’s henchman, Gaban, depicted as an old man with long hair tied back.

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Gaban is also holding an axe, a weapon Scopper Gaban always used in his youth.

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The One Piece sign also has a caption referring to it as “Poneglyph road guard, Gaban”.

Hasn’t Eiichiro Oda openly spoiled One Piece by showing such a panel?

For those who don’t know, Scopper Gaban is one of the crew members of the pirate king Gol D Roger.

Until now, Gaban’s existence during Luffy’s adventures has remained a mystery, and seems to have been hidden on purpose.

Not only is Gaban’s destiny, but also his power, still not clearly revealed in One Piece.

However, many claim that Gaban’s power is of a high level, comparable to that of Silver Rayleigh, who taught Luffy three types of Haki.

As for its name, “Scopper” can be interpreted as “Copper” in Indonesian, the name seems to follow the hierarchy of metals.

We all know that in One Piece, several names use similar terms, such as “Gold D Roger” meaning “gold” and “Silver Rayleigh” meaning “silver”.

In the previous One Piece, Gaban and Silver Rayleigh fought together when Roger’s crew confronted Shirohige.

We should also remember the Robin arc of the One Piece chapter where Jaguar D Saul told the Straw Hat crew he was looking for a character with burns.

Yes, probably, because back then, Eustass Kid wasn’t yet a big name and didn’t have any burns.