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Translations: Bleach 595 (2)
But if the adventures were recorded, they'd be immortalized, there forever, for everyone to share in. I can see Luffy doing that (or at least having Robin keep a record of his adventures) and Luffy=kind-of-dumber-Roger to me. Therefore, One Piece is Rogers Captain's Log, his adventures immortalized and ready to share with posterity. That's my opinion, at least.
Would that be what Robin and Nami are doing, by making the maps and recording the history? And I'm sure Usopp would tell stories about it, since he already did stuff like that before.
Or in the end, Luffy sits down when he's an old man, and makes a manga out of his adventures. If that's how it actually ends, that would be hilarious. But, with Robin telling history, she'd probably focus more on the past than the current condition of the world and their adventures.
Luffy drawing a manga just imagined a mange like the flag and the shipwright he painted - great.
Well however I think that one piece is ... friendship, adventure, all the treasures you find on the way (Roger must have found loads) and the experience you make. But perhaps one piece is just rogers favourite manga >.<
Yeah, that's kinda what I thought of, with One Piece being a map to other places that are "cool", so it ends with them going out to look for them. Or, it would be really interesting, if in the end, they set off, then it was like "20 years later", and Luffy is walking up to the Loguetown gallows.
I personaly think that one piece will be some treasure as rodger must have had gold but i also think there will be a note amonst the treasure saying somthing along the lines of
" You managed to make it this far you must share the same passion for adventure as me you can count me as one of you nakama"
which would lead to as with all new nakama we would get a flash back showing gol and maybe an explination of "D"
If D isn't explained before they get One Piece, that would really suck, unless the Rio Ponglyph explains it. But, I like the idea of it being cash AND the memoir of adventure and nakama.
ye i think thats somthing that would make luffy really happy he has acomplished his dream and all of his nakama have come with him through thick and thin and they have finaly arrived here and now he can count the most legendary pirate of all time as his nakama even if it is only in spirit
I don't understand what you mean by "could the most legendary pirate of all time as his nakama even if it is only in spirit".
well if my theory that there was o note saying that luffy and co could count gol as a nakama who is the most famous pirate to have ever lived and as hes dead he would have to be in spirit, i can kinda see an imagine of the straw hats current and any future memebers that may join looking out into the ocean for new adventures with gol looking over them somthing like that
sorry if im not making much sense
That's certainly an interesting idea, since Roger had nakama all over the place, basically everyone he met, just like Luffy. But, if that's true, then that makes Buggy and Shanks Luffy's nakama.
Well SHANKS is certainly Luffy's nakama. Buggy certainly ISN'T though. Heck, Buggy wouldn't really have considered anyone in Roger's crew his nakama, probably, he seemed scornful of all of them, so if it involves being nakama in spirit with Rogers nakama, then it probably only includes Roger's TRUE nakama, in other words, Buggy would be excluded. And Paz42, that would be an AWESOME final panel, or maybe even a double page spread, for One Piece. It'd actually be reminiscent of the last page of the last time you see the main Z Fighters (last page of the 3rd to last chapter of volume 35) of Dragonball, which is what I consider the real end of the series, but that's a different story. And Oda-sensei DID say that his biggest influence as a mangaka was Dragonball, and then Doctor Slump, I think.