One Piece chapter 1097 reveals that Dragon is a former marine who left the Navy to become a revolutionary because he disagreed with the Navy’s sense of justice. Dragon only spent a short time in the Navy, but he learned how to use weapons during his time there. While Dragon’s rank and length of service in the Navy are unknown, it’s possible he could rise to the top like Garp if he stays.
Warning: The following contains spoilers for chapter 1097 of A piece. A piece finally confirmed one main theory about Luffy’s father this could change the way fans view the leader of the Revolutionary Army forever. Dragon has always been a mystery, with few people knowing about the fruit or its origins even though decades have passed since it was introduced and has appeared many times over the years. Luckily, the latest chapter of One Piece finally revealed an important piece of the puzzle.
Chapter 1097 of One Piece shows the Dragon making another rare appearance albeit only in a flashback. This chapter gives fans a look at the Revolutionary Army’s activities following the Lord Valley Incident and with it an important piece of information about Dragon’s mysterious origins before the formation of the Revolutionary Army , finally confirming a popular theory about the mysterious revolutionary.
One Piece revealed that Monkey Dragon is a former marine
Chapter #1097 of One Piece reveals that Dragon is actually a former marine and instead, he left the Navy to become a revolutionary because he disagreed with the Navy’s view of justice. Dragon also revealed that he only spent a little time in the Navy and there he learned how to use weapons. While Dragon’s rank in the Navy and his time there have yet to be revealed, it is safe to assume based on his strength that he could have risen to the top just like Garp if he stays.
Countless theories have emerged over the years regarding Dragon. However, the theory that he was a marine and became disillusioned with the Navy and World Government has many fans speculating about Luffy’s mother’s involvement in the process. Like Garp, Aokiji, and Fujitora, Dragon also seems to disagree with the Marines’ concept of Absolute Justice, most notably Fleet Admiral Akainu. So while this reveal may not come as a shock to most fans, it certainly fills a big hole in Dragon’s character.
Fans also speculate that Dragon may have been one of the Admirals along with Akainu, Borsalino, and Aokiji. While Aokiji and the newly introduced Admiral Rokugyu have managed to climb the ranks in the Navy rather quickly, it seems like Dragon will no longer be an unknown figure once he reaches such a prestigious rank. in military. Furthermore, as Garp reveals in chapter 1087, Dragon left and became a revolutionary before Aokiji could become Vice Admiral. Having said that, Dragon is most likely among the candidates for the position of Vice Admiral, which could also explain the origin of his devil fruit, if he possesses one.
However, although the latest chapter confirmed a popular theory, there are still many questions to be answered about the mysterious Monkey D. Dragon, especially regarding his signature facial tattoo . For now, fans can only wait silently A piece will reply to all in due time.
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Created by: Eiichiro Oda
First movie: One Piece: The Movie
First TV show: A piece
Cast: Kazuya Nakai,Akemi Okamura,Kappei Yamaguchi,Hiroaki Hirata,Ikue Ôtani,Yuriko Yamaguchi
Figure): Monkey D. Luffy, Roronora Zoro, Nami (One Piece), Nico Robin, Usopp (One Piece), Vinsmoke Sanji, Tony Tony Chopper, Franky (One Piece), Jimbei (One Piece)
Video games): One Piece: World Unlimited RED, One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3, One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4, One Piece: World Seeker, One Piece Odyssey