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Here are the Biggest Unsolved Mysteries in One Piece

#15-Who is “Joy Boy”?

“Joy Boy” was a man from the surface world who played an important role in the history of Fishman Island. He was first mentioned on the Ryugu Poneglyph read by Nico Robin while at the Sea Forest

#14-How powerful are the Gorosei?

The Gorosei (literally meaning “Five Elder Stars”) are the heads of the World Government, and as such, they essentially rule the entire world. They are the five men who rule above the Marines, Cipher Pol, and the ones who made a pact with the Shichibukai. So far, none of their names have been revealed.

#13-How did Blackbeard acquire multiple devil powers?

#12-Who are Sanji’s parents and two older brothers of the Vinsmoke family?

#11-How do Devil Fruits work? Where do they come from?

#10-What is The Revolutionary Army’s goal?

#9-Florian Triangle

The Florian Triangle, (literally translated as Zone of Demonic Triangle) is a stretch of sea that one has to cross over when heading from Water 7 to Fishman Island. It is covered in a fog so thick that it blocks out all sunlight. According to Kokoro, many pirate and commercial ships mysteriously go missing every year and, sometimes, a ship will be found sailing without any people aboard. It has also been said that there are many haunted ships with dead bodies sailing across the sea

#8-What’s Dragon’s Ability?

He is the infamous Revolutionary leader who has been attempting to overthrow the World Government. He is the World Government’s greatest enemy and is the most dangerous and most wanted man in the world.

#7-All Blue

The All Blue is a mystical sea of legend, rumored to be the only place in the world where the North, South, East, and West seas meet. In this legendary ocean, it is said that there are fish from each of the four seas, and to have such a resource at one’s disposal is the ultimate dream of every chef. Sanji strives to find this ocean of dreams. It is said that All Blue is found in the Grand Line.

#6-Who’s Luffy’s mom and is she alive?

#5-Where and what is Uranus? Where are the parts of Pluton? What is Pluton? What do the Ancient Weapons look like and what do they do? What is the connection between the Ancient Weapons and the Void Century?

#4-What Happened during the Void Century?

The Void Century is a century-long gap in recorded and archaeological history, the study of which is forbidden by the World Government. These events occurred 800 to 900 years before the current storyline. It was hinted at during the Skypiea arc; the dates were seen in Robin’s flashback.

#3-Voice of all Things

The voice of all things is mysterious and still unspecified phenomenon in the world of One Piece. It was first mentioned by Silvers Rayleigh when he revealed that Gol D. Roger had the ability to hear it.

#2-What does “The Will of D” means?

In the series, a number of characters have the middle initial “D.”. This mysterious middle initial has been called the “Will of D” or “D’s will” by several characters in One Piece.


One Piece is a legendary treasure said to be of unimaginable value.

It is said that it was hidden somewhere deep in the Grand Line, presumably in the last island, Raftel, by its deceased owner, the Pirate King Gol D. Roger.

So what is “One Piece”?

What do you think about all these mysteries? Share your Thoughts!


    … This is not going to be a short theory. But yeah, title says it. I think One Piece is a supercontinent that will be created at the end of the story.

    First of all, I’d like to make the distinction between One Piece, in this theory the dream of a continent, and the treasure One Piece found on Raftel. Also, since writing out “the treasure One Piece” is a load of work I’m going to refer to it as TOP from now on.

    However, before going into the sweet guessworks, let’s have a salad of what we can expect of the TOP.

    Lots of people have guessed that TOP is the rio poneglyph. Others have no expectations at all and think it’s just Roger’s gold. Some think it’s a particularly powerful devil fruit or Uranus the super weapon.

    But we all feel that TOP must be something amazing. It must be something that… truly shakes the entire world at its core.

    At times, it seems like it doesn’t matter what TOP is. Luffy is going to be satisfied with whatever.


    But Oda has confirmed that it’s not going to be a wizard of Oz ending:

    Oda: “Hahaha, no no, I won’t be pulling off some kind of Wizard of Oz thing like that. After having gone through an adventure like that, it wouldn’t be fair to not actually give them a reward.”

    Which is great, because I speak from the hearts of everybody who has a soul when I say that whatever TOP is, it has to at least be able to make Luffy exclaim “that’s awesome!”. It’s the minimum requirement.

    Luffy never listens to backstories, so while we’ll definitely be treated to one, it’s not going to be just a rio poneglyph. It’s also unlikely to be gold or power, because while that’s awesome… Luffy’s more likely to say “eh, is that it?”

    So, looking at the story, what kind of things have impressed Luffy?

    Lasers and robots.

    Not saying TOP is a laser or a robot (though that would be funny). But Luffy admires technological wonders, and I understand him. Technologic can seem like magic if you don’t understand it.

    Have you ever thought about the fact that One Piece is a world without magic? It’s magic science (magience?), but still science. Even the devil fruits. We’re just waiting for Vegapunk to give us an explanation for that.

    That’s why I believe TOP is a technological wonder.

    Specifically, a machine or button to trigger the creation of a supercontinent.

    Obviously, what inspired this theory was Sanji’s dream of All Blue, and Laboon’s inability to cross the red line.

    Of all of the Straw hats’s dreams, Sanji’s is the most notable. It’s an impossible dream, but again, because of story logic, it must be achieved in a satisfying way, and no, it’s not mermaid island.


    Right now it’s an impossible dream, because we have east blue, south blue, etc, but it stands to reason that if all land becomes “one piece” (get it?), then all Blues will be gathered into one blue: All Blue.

    When that happens, Laboon will also be able to reunite with his family.

    “A simple and elegant solution to two problems, but how will this be accomplised?” you ask, with a curious expression. “Please don’t say Uranus.”

    It’s got nothing to do with Uranus (•ˋ _ ˊ•)

    I think it’s magnets.

    Every island has its own magnetic field. It’s just another part of the weirdness that is One Piece. According to Crocus, it’s just that the islands all contain magnetic minerals (chapter 105). But that’s still the same principle as magnets, and magnets are attracted to each other.

    Look at the red-line. It looks like it’s already happened before. Nami describes the red line as “essentially a huge collection of islands all joined together”.

    Overall, the map of One Piece looks incredibly artificial. Straight lines like that do not appear naturally. Again, we’ve never questioned it, because it’s obviously a reference to a running track.


    But maybe it looks artificial because it actually is. The grand line may be interpreted as a running track, but you know what else it looks like?

    A conveyers belt.


    Calm belt, conveyers belt… get it?

    Obviously, everything is pretty static on the grandline, but… if there was a button to turn on the conveyers belt, it would be on Raftel, wouldn’t it.

    So, 800 years ago, a bunch of scientiests led by joy-boy created a project that would alter the world map. They wanted to drag together all the scattered pieces of land and create one supercontinent, One Piece. They made it half-way. A bunch of islands were dragged together to create red-line, but then before the project was completed, they were stopped and all evidence of their work was erased. All that was left were the Poneglyphs…

    P-one, p-1, one piece… Only scientists are that uncreative at naming. But I digress.

    At some point, Poseidon the mermaid princess decided to divide the world further, making her pet monsters guard the Calm belt. Presumably, she had a good reason for that.

    Or she was just feeling prissy.

    Anyway, a map change like this would be difficult to hide, but that’s exactly the point. The world government went to ridiculous extremes to cover up the void century. If it was something small, they wouldn’t have to go to such lengths.

    Furthermore, if they burned all the maps, that would explain why despite the general layout being known, there’s still no world map available, which we know because it’s Nami’s great dream to make one.

    Nami’s dream is another point in favor of this theory.

    Making a world map is something she could be working on right now, but since her introduction there’s been nothing. No “we can’t leave yet, I haven’t finished mapping” or “I demand we go here, this place is unmapped”. That’s because, all of that effort would ultimately be pointless. The current world isn’t the world she’ll make a map of.

    Anyway, from here we go into spectacular speculation. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.

    It’s obvious that pressing that one button is going to have a huge impact on the world. So huge that no one can really predict what’s going to happen. Roger decided not to push the button, probably because he was dying and wouldn’t be able to see the decision through. The button that even Roger couldn’t make himself push… it would definitely require a lot of bravery to press that button.

    Guess who’s dream it is to be a brave man?

    Yes that’s right, I’m talking about Usopp.


    Circumstance might easily push Usopp into a position where he’s the only one capable of pushing the button. As the Enies Lobby arc made a point of, his strength is that no matter how weak he is, he has a long reach. So if someone were to, say, stand in their way, Usopp would be the only one in a position to reach the button. Usopp is smart enough to know the consequences, and to be scared that everybody would blame him if it turned out to be a bad decision. Bravery is to do good, even if you’re scared.

    After that, there’s no question he would be the bravest warrior of the seas. So that’s his dream checked.

    But let’s return to the realm of slightly-less-preposterous speculation. Oh, yes, Roger. What were his final words?


    Treasure is obviously not meant literally. We’ve already seen a million times that treasure and dream are interchangable words. So he’s saying, he’ll pass his dream on to whoever finds TOP, and then he ends with some cryptic words that change, I guess, depending on the translation. But he’s probably referring to whatever he did in that final year before handing himself over to the marines (besides fathering Ace, wink wink).

    Roger and Luffy are similar in many ways. They’re both Ds, they both want flashy things, and they both have a weird fascination with straw hats. Because of that, lots of people have expressed worry that Luffy was becoming Roger version 2.

    But I’d say Roger is more like the Lenin to Luffy’s Stalin, except uh, you know, non-dictatorish. Hm, maybe Blackbeard is Stalin? You know what, that was a weird parallel. I’m gonna stop here before I drag Marx into it too.

    Anyway, my point is, Roger got the title of Pirate King or “WG’s enemy nr. 1” because he could have pressed the button. But it would have been a bad decision, because the world wasn’t ready for it. Pressing the button wouldn’t actually have changed anything back then.


    Finding TOP and getting the title “WG’s enemy nr. 1” was all fun and laughs. Roger was a man who knew he was dying, so he had nothing to fear. But when he actually got his hands on TOP, he was faced with a decision he was in no way ready to make. Would the world be better off undivided? How was he supposed to know! As Rayleigh said, there were no scholars or intellects on board of Oro Jackson. Sure, they had Oden to translate the ancient words for them, but “It’s not like Roger understood those words.”

    How often have you listened to a politician go on and on about why we should do this and that, without actually understanding a single word? And Roger had the additional difficulty that the politicians were speaking from 800 years ago.

    So Roger wasn’t qualified to make the decision, and didn’t push the button. I know, in his position I would have been tempted, if only to spite the WG, who obviously didn’t want it. But remember this?


    Sometimes, you have to be the bigger man and let it go.

    We know that Roger had contact with leaders of states like Gan Fall and Neptune and specialists like Kureha, and he possibly consulted with them. He might also have contacted, or maybe even started, the revolution. Remember that Dragon showed up to Roger’s execution?

    In Roger’s the last year of life he was a lot more political. That’s why the world government noticed when he visited his lover “that he wasn’t acting like a pirate king.”

    The world government had to know what he was doing, and it was even worse than if he’d simply pushed the button and called it a day. Now they didn’t just have to eliminate Roger, but everybody he might have passed his legacy onto. Even the kid. Especially the kid.

    They were chasing after the wrong goose there though. Roger was closer to passing on his legacy to Whitebeard, than he ever was to Ace.


    But Whitebeard didn’t want to! He was satisfied with his life, and even if Roger told him what TOP was, I doubt Whitebeard saw the point of it. What use is it to change the landscape a little bit, the world has already learned to live with it.

    Roger obviously wasn’t stingy with information about TOP, at all. Even Don Chinjao seems to know the story. Right after Luffy mentions Rayleigh to Chinjao, this happens:


    Because Don Chinjao is reminded of Roger whose dilemma is very similar to his own; got the treasure, but couldn’t use it.

    Nekomamushi and Inurashi also seem to know the full story, though they weren’t on Raftel themselves. The first time we see Nekomamushi, Ruler of Night on the phantom island Zou, he proudly proclaims that he “waits on the dawn of the world”. Later, Pedro, a feline mink, says that “The world is waiting on them. Those two, of all people, must not be allowed to die”.

    It’s still uncertain, but Nekomamushi and Inurashi’s argument might have pertained TOP. Should they, or should they not, go for it? Ultimately, they seemed to have reached the unsatisfying compromise that they would wait and see.

    Luffy won’t become Roger v.2, because there’s no reason to hesitate any longer. Unlike how it was when Roger first found TOP, people are now prepared for a world change.

    Notice how, both Gan Fall and Neptune at some point changed their politics from non-inclusive to tolerance? Who wants to bet it’s because Roger warned them, that soon they might be forced to share land with a whole lot more people than that.

    The mermen are ready to move above ground, the revolutionaries are ready for war, and the minks are prepared for whatever.

    Even Drum island seems prepared.

    Because what are the consequences of creating a supercontinent?

    Illnesses will have easier travel! We saw in Norland’s flashback that an illness that isn’t a problem one place, might be on another island. Wapol’s father, who was descibed as a sensible man, could have encouraged the development of medical science in preparation for the dawn of the world. However, since he’s dead, we might never know. But we definitely know that Roger consulted Kureha, a doctor… though maybe he was just looking for a cure for his illness and it had nothing to do with One Piece. Still! They’re going to need doctors, and Chopper’s dream of finding the cure for any illness will come in handy there.

    Giant beasts from little garden for example, will also be a problem…

    Honestly, it seems like so much trouble, so why even do it?

    Well… there are a lot of advantages of a continent vs. an island. It mostly boils down to trade. As it is right now, ships take a chance every time they cross the sea to trade, who knows when a storm might sink your ship. Like, for example, Sanji and Zeff’s backstory.


    With the level of technology that we’ve seen displayed in water 7 and Karakuri, developing new infrastructure to replace ships should be no more complicated than sliced bread.

    But I think we should probably look at this from a more political aspect. Why does the WG, or more like the celestial dragons, want to prevent it? Could be because it would ruin their “divide and conquer” tactic. Even if the WG have a lot of enemies, they’re not a threat as long as they can’t band together. And honestly, the world government seem to have a huge number of enemies.

    If TOP is activated at the current time, there’s no doubt it would to war between the WG and the revolutionaries. As Whitebeard mentions before dying: “The world government is afraid of the coming war that will engulf the world”.

    It might lead to war, but ultimately, One Piece is the greatest a treasures, a dream where all of humanity is connected and living in harmony.

    … Well, that’s my theory.
    I hope you like it. I spent a lot of time pouring over it.

    *Theory by Birdy

      Revolutionary Army & The Cuban Revolution – Theory


      I want to speak about a thought I had. It’s about the similarities between the Revolutionary Army and the Cuban Revolution.

      First about their leaders:

      On one side, we have Monkey D. Dragon and on the other, we have Che Guevara.

      These are my thoughts about them:

      –         Similar appearance,

      –         Both are directly against the government,

      –         Both travelled in their early years,

      –         They both saw the suffer of the people caused by the government(s)

      –         Both had fights in other countries. Che in Bolivia, Congo and some others, and Dragon succeeded in South Blue, has his base in the Grandline, and now Sabo appeared in the New World (I expect Dragon to be in the New World too).

      –         Their followers were imprisoned, after fights: many cuban rebels were captured and many others killed. In addition, in One Piece we saw Ivankov and Inazuma being in Impel Down.

      Other hints despite their leaders are:

      –         The new cuban government (after the revolution) accepted sexually different oriented people, in One Piece we have the “Okamas” which were suppressed by the government before (Ivankov in Impel Down).

      –         Che was raised christian, and Dragon had Kuma as a friend.

      These are the parallels, I hope you enjoyed my theory and I hope for some feedback.

      *Theory by Daniel Lippert