In the previous chapter of One Piece, we witnessed a fierce battle between two powerful pirates, Trafalgar Law and Kurohige, as they fought to the death to obtain the Road Poneglyph. The Road Poneglyph is a gateway to the final island in the One Piece series ending. Both Trafalgar Law and Kurohige now have one Road Poneglyph each. However, the outcome of the battle between Kurohige and Trafalgar Law was not yet clear.
Recently, Eiichiro Oda, the genius writer of One Piece, gave a clue as to who emerged victorious in the battle between the two monsters. Although many people believed that Kurohige would win the battle, Eiichiro Oda proved them wrong.
Eiichiro Oda revealed that Trafalgar Law emerged as the ultimate winner against Kurohige. He even disclosed the secret power of Trafalgar Law’s devil fruit, the Ope Ope no Mi, that had never been revealed before. The power of the devil fruit is special, and Eiichiro Oda intended to reveal it when Trafalgar Law defeated Kurohige.
Moreover, Trafalgar Law’s devil fruit can make its user immortal, which made Kurohige accept his defeat against Trafalgar Law. The defeat of Kurohige is predicted to make Trafalgar Law even stronger. It will be exciting to see how Eiichiro Oda makes Kurohige lose in One Piece.
For those who are not familiar with One Piece, it is a Japanese story that first appeared and was published in manga (comic book) form on July 22, 1997. Two years later, the anime version of One Piece followed. Since then, the One Piece franchise has become a global cultural phenomenon, breaking many records, and winning the hearts of anime enthusiasts.
One Piece tells the adventure of brave pirate Monkey D Luffy in his pursuit of One Piece, a treasure desired by all pirates. After 25 years and 490 million copies sold worldwide, the creator, Eiichiro Oda, announced that One Piece will enter its final chapter.
Disclaimer: This discussion of One Piece is just a theory and could be true or false. This article is made for entertainment purposes only and does not intend to anticipate the contents of the story.