The idea of a unified theory that could explain all the mysteries within A piece It sounds unimaginable and almost ideal, but it’s something many experts and content creators have tried their hand at. Even though the manga has finally entered the Final Saga, the ending of One Piece seems to be out in the open as there are still many loose ends that need to be tied up. Rather, the conspiracies surrounding some of the existing mysteries have only increased. However, the answers to many of the series’ biggest mysteries can be connected by a fairly simple explanation thinly disguised.
Although fans have long known that the world of One Piece cannot be compared to our own, it bears a striking resemblance to another real planet in the solar system—Uranus , or coincidentally or not, the name of one of those three planets. The same goes for ancient weapons. It may sound hard to believe, but taking a closer look at the similarities and differences between the two planets, keeping in mind everything Eichiiro Oda has revealed about the strange world of One Piece so far, could be the key. to connect many of the series’ most elusive strands. mystery.
The world of One Piece was once as tilted towards it as Uranus
The world of One Piece appears to be heavily inspired by Uranus which has a similar blue appearance and a red ring (created by its planetary rings) that looks remarkably similar to the Red Line. doubt. Furthermore, Uranus is the only planet in the Solar System that rotates sideways and has poles and axes parallel to the orbital plane, spending a quarter of its 84-year orbit with one pole pointing toward the sun. while the other hemisphere turns towards the sun. experienced a winter that lasted 21 years. If One Piece’s planet was similarly tilted in the past, then Toki’s ominous prophecy about the dawn coming twenty years from now is as well as her choice to send the samurai Akazaya exactly twenty years into the future. hybrid suddenly takes on a new meaning, especially since Toki is from the Void Century.
The assumption that One Piece’s planet was once tilted similarly to Uranus stems largely from a popular theory by YouTuber Drop the Pizza, which posits that the world of One Piece has undergone a polar shift, possibly possibly during the Void Century, causing the planet’s axis to tilt 90 degrees. This means the planet could be tilted with its axis passing through Reverse Mountain and Fishman Island, the North and South Poles, respectively. That said, in addition to laying the foundation, this theory also ignores the planet’s similarity to Uranus, which suggests a similar tilt would have serious, unimaginable consequences imagine, thereby explaining some mysteries.
Lunar people became invulnerable to survive in the harsh climate
A drastic change along with a unique orbit like Uranus would cause the world of One Piece to have a harsh climate and only a small strip of habitable land. These conditions will be particularly severe on the Red Line and around each pole. If so, early inhabitants like the Lunarians would have had to adapt to extreme temperatures and live in darkness for months or years when one of the poles was far from the sun.
So they may have developed their notorious invulnerability to survive these harsh climatic conditions in the past. Furthermore, the fire on their backs may have had an even more practical effect, especially during the long, dark winter. On the other hand, people without the strength and resilience of Lunarians may have developed other ways to survive on the harsh planet, which could explain the existence of Devil Fruits as well as another curious invention from the past.
Devil Fruits and eternal flames are used for survival
The Egghead Island arc revealed important information about the Kingdom, as well as re-contextualized perceptions of the Void Century. The Iron Giant on Egghead reveals that the Kingdom is a technologically advanced nation with an energy source beyond imagination known as the Eternal Flame. Lilith even mentioned that she could use this Eternal Flame to create a second sun in Chapter #1065. Like the Lunarians, the United Kingdom may have created the Eternal Flame as well as the mysterious Devil Fruit to aid survival in the harsh conditions caused by the planet’s unique orbit.
The struggle for limited resources would also easily explain the war that broke out between the Great Kingdom and the ancestors of the Heavenly Dragons, who later established the World Government. Furthermore, the great struggle during the Void Century that ended the Great Kingdom may have been due to the desire to monopolize this precious energy source, as the Lunarians were also hunted and are still in the present.
Changes in water levels explain the sinking of many islands
The planet’s unique axial tilt would cause water level changes every time the seasons changed because any glaciers in the hemisphere facing the sun would melt due to the constant sunlight. These harsh seasonal floods coupled with constant storms may explain why many of the islands in One Piece are sinking or have shown signs of being submerged in the past. For example, the high walls surrounding Wano and the old flooded land below that conceal Pluton may have been built to withstand similar floods. This theory could also explain how the underwater prison Impel Down was built and why the 5,000-year-old tree on Ohara showed signs of erosion due to higher water levels at some point.
The idea of an axis shift is certainly one of the most interesting One Piece theories out there, but until now no one has noticed the similarities between the planet where the series takes place and Uranus. This astronomical connection would not be too surprising, as Oda was inspired by the planets in the Solar System to name the Five Elders, which is another clue to the presence of “aliens”. Tinh” in the series. That said, Oda and his masterpieces have long been known for defying fans’ expectations, so only time will tell whether the geographical location of A piece truly holds the key to connecting all its mysteries.