The Mystery of God Valley Incident in One Piece Revealed: The Fall of King Garling Figarland
The Mystery of God Valley Incident in One Piece Revealed: The Fall of King Garling Figarland

The Mystery of God Valley Incident in One Piece Revealed: The Fall of King Garling Figarland

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The God Valley incident in One Piece remains a mystery that Eiichiro Oda has yet to fully answer. The big battle between the Rocks Pirates and the Roger and Garp alliance has left fans wondering what exactly happened on that fateful day. However, in One Piece Chapter 1086, the appearance of Garling Figarland sheds some light on the past. Here’s what we know about the God Valley incident and the fall of King Garling Figarland.

The first mention of God Valley came in Chapter 957, during a scene involving the Big Mom and Kaido alliance. Sengoku also recounted the incident to a young Marine at the Marine Headquarters. The God Valley incident happened 38 years ago in One Piece and involved many important figures, including the Tenryuubito, Marines, Rocks Pirates, and Roger Pirates. The event had a 180-degree impact on the world during the time of the Rocks Pirates D. Xebec.

The Rocks Pirates, who were the strongest pirates in the world at the time, had a great ambition. The cause of this great war was because Rocks wanted to become the King of the World, not just the Pirate King like Roger. The attack on God Valley was likely due to the presence of the Tenryuubito and the fact that Rocks did not want to risk directly attacking the Pangea Castle. This was to lure the Marines and the World Government to come to the location.

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Rocks and his crew were stopped by Roger and Garp from becoming the King of the World. Was Garling Figarland already king during the God Valley incident? In One Piece Chapter 1086, it was confirmed that God Valley was indeed a country or kingdom owned by the Tenryuubito. The kingdom was previously led by Saint Garling Figarland before the God Valley incident.

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There is a clue to the fall of King Garling Figarland in Chapter 957, where Sengoku mentioned that Garp had to protect the Tenryuubito. Perhaps the Tenryuubito referred to here is the Figarland family, and it was likely that Garling Figarland lost in the battle, if he was already the king, and thus, Garp and the Marines had to protect him.

In conclusion, while the mystery of the God Valley incident in One Piece may still be shrouded in secrecy, we now know some details about the fall of King Garling Figarland. The story of One Piece continues to amaze and excite fans with its narrative complexity and rich history.

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