One Piece fans are well aware of the power of Akagami No Shanks, the non-devil fruit Yonkou who utilizes his Haki to instill fear among his enemies. Eiichiro Oda, the writer of One Piece, has been revealing Shanks’ strength in his recent interviews. It’s no secret that Shanks is feared for his Haki power, which is considered the most overpowering form of Haki in One Piece.
Despite having the status of a Yonkou, Shanks gained his power through his Haki alone, not by consuming any devil fruit. He grew up on board with the Pirate King, Gol D Roger, and inherited his power and abilities. It is said that Shanks’ Haki is so strong that admirals such as Kizaru and Aokiji were afraid to attack him without proper preparation.
Recently, in One Piece 1079, Eiichiro Oda introduced the latest form of Haki used by Shanks called Kenbunshoku Haki, which allowed him to predict Captain Kid’s attack to retaliate and knock him down with ease. Kenbunshoku Haki enables its user to see the future and the impacts of an opponent’s attack. In contrast, Katakuri, the oldest son of Big Mom, who also holds the Kenbunshoku Haki, can only see ten seconds into the future.
Shanks can predict the future for more extended periods, implying that his powers have reached another level beyond comprehension. Fans of One Piece speculate that Shanks’ ability to use this Haki is related to his time spent with Gol D Roger.
It is worth noting that One Piece is a Japanese comic book first published on July 22, 1997, and later adapted into an anime series in 1999. Since then, One Piece has become a cultural phenomenon that has broken many records and won the hearts of anime lovers worldwide.
In conclusion, the non-devil fruit Yonkou, Shanks, has a remarkable Haki power that most of his enemies fear. His ability to use Kenbunshoku Haki has allowed him to predict the future with an extended duration, which is beyond the abilities of the other Kenbunshoku Haki users. One Piece is entering its final phase, and fans can’t wait to uncover more about the pirates’ quest.