One Piece is the franchise created by Eiichiro Oda, this work focuses on the history of Monkey D. Luffy, a young pirate who wants to become the new king of pirates. Just before the death of Gol D. Roger, the previous holder of that title, he confessed that he had hidden all his riches in one place.
Gol D. Roger named his great treasure as One Piece. This treasure quickly became the most wanted mystery in the world, both by pirates and by governments. But what does that object keep or what is it really? Finally, its author confirms that his fans may already know what it is about.
During the Arco de Wano, we learned that the mighty swordsman Kozuki Oden, the shogun of Kuri, had joined the boat of Gol D. Roger. So, together they managed to discover the One Piece, the treasure behind which he had started this great adventure. This is why it has generated much more expectation in recent months.
The account of Twitter Sandman_AP posted an official image of Eiichiro Oda in which he indicates that a large part of his fans have already guessed that he is the One Piece, as it is obvious:
As reported, in an interview with Momoko Sakura, he reveals that this treasure will not be something typical like ‘The treasure is friendship’ O ‘The friendships we made along the way’. At least, we now know that it will not be such a turn.
When could the end of One Piece come?
But when will we finally see the One Piece? So far neither Eiichiro Oda not even Shonen Jump have given an exact date to know the treasure of Gol D. Roger. However, we can speculate an approximate date, since a couple of years ago, its author had mentioned that he there were a few 4-5 years to your franchise. So, this date could be met in 2023 or 2024.
The end of One Piece It may not be around the corner, but for a franchise of more than 20 years, it is a date that already looks pretty close.
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