The middle initial "D" is always described as a will.
Description of the will of D
Those with the will of D are known to be unbelievably persistent when their eyes are set on an aim.
They are also known for their fearlessness. Roger, Luffy, Ace, and Rouge have welcomed their deaths with a smile on their faces.
Roger, in chapter zero, was outnumbered by Shiki's pirate fleet, yet he fearlessly defied and managed to defeat him.
They always keep fighting as said by Robin in Alabasta when she saved Luffy from being sucked by sand," all of you who carry D, why do you keep on fighting?"(Chapter 180).
They are known to shine among many by the grand actions they accomplish.
Rouge has kept her unborn child in her womb for 20 months out of sheer will, something that is impossible for any other woman. Dragon is aiming to overthrow the World Government. Roger due to his actions was described as the Pirate King not only by pirates but also by the World Government and the Marines. For the World Government to keep saying such charismatic word about a pirate, who's regarded in their eyes as the embodiment of evil, his actions must be out of this world.
Luffy has displayed such will on many occasions:
1) when he carried Nami on his back & was grabbing Sanji with his mouth while climbing the 5000 meter vertical rock to Dr. Kureha's castle under the extreme weather conditions to save the lives of his adored comrades.
2) When he fought against Magellan's poison with only 2 or 3% chance of survival thanks to Iva's help. Not only did he manage to overpower the poison and came out victorious but he also did it in 1/3 of the expected time.
When I was meditating on the impressive qualities of this will and how it exceeds even the will of steel metaphorically, it occurred to me that next hard thing tougher than steel is DIAMOND: The will of Diamond.
Diamond has "D" as an initial. And when I tried to see the characteristics of diamond, to my surprise, I found out that they have similar qualities.
Some commonly known characteristics of diamond:
- hardest mineral
-The hardest part is a descriptive quality of the hardness of such will.
-The will to protect your loved ones and fight to death for such cause is beautiful, don't you think so?
-Like I said a little earlier, those with D are known to shine among many by the grand actions they accomplish.
-As for the rarity, those with the D are scarce.
Further information on the word "diamond."
-According to Wiki.,
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All those carriers of the will of D show these characteristics. They are untamable. They are unalterable. An example of this is when Luffy sets his eyes on something, you can't change his mind about it. Like when this crewmates were about to be swallowed by the whirlpool through which the Knock-Up Stream shoots upwards(Skypea), they couldn't get him to change his mind. And their will is unbreakable. Even though Luffy lost his brother, Ace, his will wasn't broken, but rather strengthened to protect his loved ones and to make sure the same mistake doesn't happen again.
-Gold D. Roger has the word "gold" in his name. And to emphasize the idea, Oda-sensei even named the ship(Roger's ship) as "Oro Jackson." Oro is Spanish & Italian for "gold." It shouldn't be surprising therefore for D. to be an abbreviation for diamond.
Thank you all for reading.