The Mystery of Queen Lilly's Death in One Piece 1085 Unveiled
The Mystery of Queen Lilly's Death in One Piece 1085 Unveiled

The Mystery of Queen Lilly’s Death in One Piece 1085 Unveiled

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The latest chapter of One Piece 1085 has finally shed some light on the mystery surrounding the death of the first queen of Alabasta, Nefertari Lilly. Eiichiro Oda has given us a clue that Lilly’s death may be related to Im Sama. According to One Piece 1085, Lilly was forced to perform an eternal youth surgery on Im Sama, and her life was at stake. Let’s delve deeper into this revelation.

Lilly was the founder of the World Government 800 years ago. However, she was the only one who refused to become a Tenryuubito and instead chose to stay in her kingdom Alabasta to look after her people. But soon after that, she disappeared without a trace. Even King Cobra revealed that she never returned to Alabasta.

Lilly’s rejection of the World Government’s offer wasn’t the only reason for her death. It’s believed that she was also the user of the Ope Ope no Mi devil fruit before Law. The World Government took advantage of this and threatened to wipe out the people of Alabasta, whom she loved dearly unless she performed the eternal youth surgery on Im Sama.

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The eternal youth surgery is the ultimate power of the Ope Ope no Mi devil fruit, which can grant the target eternal life but at the cost of the user’s life. Hence, it’s safe to assume that Lilly died after being forced to perform the surgery on Im Sama. Im Sama has been alive for over 800 years since the Age of Void, as he was the first subject to the eternal youth surgery.

In conclusion, the mystery surrounding Queen Lilly’s death in One Piece 1085 has been revealed. The chapter provided us with insight into her tragic fate and how she sacrificed her life to save her people and perform the ultimate power of the Ope Ope no Mi on Im Sama. It’s essential to keep in mind that the World Government had immense power and used it to subjugate even the most prominent rulers.

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