Who is Im Sama? The Theory Behind the Mysterious Ruler in One Piece
Who is Im Sama? The Theory Behind the Mysterious Ruler in One Piece

Who is Im Sama? The Theory Behind the Mysterious Ruler in One Piece

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Im Sama’s identity has been a mystery in the One Piece world, and the recent hiatus on Chapter 1085 has left fans wondering about the continuation of Eiichiro Oda’s iconic manga. One popular theory currently circulating among fans is that Im Sama is the queen of Alabasta, Lily. This idea stems from Nefertari Cobra’s mention of the name “Lily” before his death, leading some to speculate that she is Im Sama. However, a wild theory on the Instagram account “Fakta One Piece” offers another possibility: Lily is not Im Sama, but instead was killed by Im Sama.

In One Piece Chapter 1084, Cobra revealed that Lily went to Marijoa before her disappearance, likely in relation to a meeting with the World Government. According to Cobra, Lily refused to stay in Marijoa, potentially leading to her death if the Tenryuubito, the Celestial Dragons, were angered by her refusal. The culprit behind Lily’s murder is still unknown, but it is speculated to be someone from the Kaum Naga Langit or Celestial Dragons, a group that is still shrouded in mystery in One Piece.

Considering that touching the Kaum Naga Langit would immediately draw the attention of the Admirals, Lily’s killer was likely a member of the group. However, there is no information regarding the identity of the queen of the Kaum Naga Langit, although it is possible that the ruler possesses immortality. While the leaders of Marijoa remain a mystery, Eiichiro Oda has slowly begun to shed light on the important figures within the Celestial Dragons.

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One Piece, the iconic Japanese manga, first appeared on July 22, 1997, and was later adapted into an anime in 1999. Since then, One Piece has become a global cultural phenomenon, breaking numerous records and winning the hearts of anime fans worldwide. The story follows the adventures of Monkey D Luffy and his crew of brave pirates on a quest to find One Piece, the ultimate treasure sought after by all pirates. After selling 490 million copies worldwide over 25 years, Eiichiro Oda announced that One Piece will soon reach its final chapter.


Disclaimer: This discussion of One Piece is purely speculative and could be inaccurate. This article is solely for entertainment purposes and does not intend to spoil or preempt the story’s content.

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