I think he may be with Lucci and the other former CP9 agents. I can't say why actually, but to me it would make sense. Even if he can't do anything for this generation, he could be helpful to have influence on the understanding of justice for the next generation...
Aokiji cannot join the strawhats for many reasons 1st he is way to strong. if he joins the meaning behinds strawhats becomes nothing since everyone will fear Aokiji. Aokiji needs to join someone that has a powerfull leader which is Dragon
Aokiji will be an alliance at some stage, not a nakama though... anyways, sticking to the new topic of this thread...
I feel Aokiji will form an alliance with some former govt/marine guys with a strong sense of justice. Cp9 is possible, but their sense of justice wasnt very different from Akainu's.
I think BB will fight aokiji at some point, looking for his df ability
He is going to garp for sure.. garp is his ideal ,,, and will help him to train others..
That would be a very interesting team. Garp and Aokiji traveling the new world together. No matter what really happened between he and Akainu there is no doubt that Aokiji will have a role to play later. Garp will too, and it would be very interesting if they were together.
Personnaly, when I red the chapter, and find out about the fight between Akainu and Aokiji, I immediately considered it a made up story. I believe that after the war with Whitebeard, the WG decided that the result of that war gave them a great opportunity.
The result of the war were:
- one yonkou gone
- Blackbeard making is move to take the title
- the remnant of the Whitebeard pirates struggling in the new world
- and by luck 7 supernova entering it as well (7 supernova were consider enough to affect the new world).
When you put all this together, it's clear that the pirates in the NW will be to busy to trouble the WG much.
So the WG decided to turn their attention to their other problem: the Revolutionnary army. And to deal with it, they came up with a plan to infiltrate it with someone strong enough to actually hurt it. From there came the plan, that Aokiji sense of justice will make him much more believable as revolutionary than the other admirals, so they created a situation, where it looks like he really dislike the direction the WG is going, and is ready to fight to oppose it. I wouldn't be surprised to learn that during the two year time skip, Aokiji was witnessed preventing/stopping some questionable act of the government, just to make is story more believable once he joins the revolutionary army.
Something tells me that he'll end up with the revolutionary army.
well i have been dying to ask this question so i made an account. so do you guys think he might join i mean he is not in with the WG anymore so he has no ties with them. i know that some of you will say that if he joins the strawhats they will be way to powerful and specially after luffy asked jimbe to join but i think that doesn't matter since the opponents they are going to face will be a lot stronger too.
ok. first, calm down, breath deeply.
if he's convinced that government is corrupted and evil he should join the revolution. why would he bother with piracy after his long life as an admiral. i don't think he'd be a pirate just to see the other side.
and i dont agree that their opponents will be a lot stronger than aokiji. at best 3-4 people will be slightly stronger than aokiji imo.
Last edited by Oni Giri; January 29, 2012 at 03:12 PM.
No. I don't think he'll join the Strawhats as member. As assist somewhere, maybe. But for now, there might be another possible affiliation within the world government like the Cipher Pol units.
As Jinbe said, no one knows what happened to him nor where he went. And he has always stood for relaxed justice. The Strawhat Pirates just want to fulfill their dreams - and I don't see how Kuzan would fit into this.
i personally see Aokiji joining the RA before joinin the strawhats. The revolutionaries work is to destroy the evil of marines basically. So i could see him joining the RA in order to take out the evil influences.