Warning: SPOILERS for chapter #1083 of One PieceA piece finally explains the strategy Luffy’s father Dragon and his Revolutionary Army are using against the Celestial Dragons. The Revolutionary Army’s war against the World Government seems almost hopeless until now, but Dragon and his men are actually employing a ruthless strategy that explains their recent attack. them into Mary Geoise and might actually give them a chance to win.
In chapter #1083 of One Piece, Sabo returns to the headquarters of the Revolutionary Army with an incredible story to share with his commanding officers. Sabo survived the massacre in Lulusia, where he was hiding after being accused of assassinating the Cobra King of Alabasta, an event that occurred during the attack of four Revolutionary Army Commanders on Mary Geoise. It was previously believed that their purpose was to free fellow captive Kuma, but the attack actually had more of a purpose. One of them was the destruction of Mary Geoise’s food reserves, a cunning move that aided the Revolutionary Army’s strategy of attacking the World Government’s supply ships to prevent the resources from reaching the Holy Land. by Thien Long.
The Revolutionary Army Is Surrounding Mary Geoise
Mary Geoise is the seat of the World Government and the sacred land where all the Celestial Dragons reside. For these reasons, Mary Geoise is located at the head of the Red Line, the only continent in the One Piece world, making it a nearly impregnable fortress. The Holy Land is also guarded by the World Government’s most powerful warriors, such as the Navy Admirals and the newly revealed group known as the Knights of God. Since the ultimate aim of the Revolutionary Army established by Dragon was to destroy the World Government, taking down Mary Geoise was a necessary step. So far, it seems that the Revolutionaries have no chance of winning in an open confrontation, and they are only focused on creating unrest and insurgency in countries under the government’s rule. World Government.
However, chapter #1083 reveals that the Revolutionaries did indeed have a viable strategy that could help them succeed in their great mission. Mary Geoise’s isolated position atop the Red Line can also be its major weakness. Supplies, including food, needed to be delivered from remote islands, meaning that if the Revolutionary Army tried to disrupt these routes, the Celestial Dragons would likely starve to death. To get there, however, it was essential to destroy Mary Geoise’s food reserves, which Sabo and the Commanders did during their assault on Levely. According to Ivankov, the Heavenly Dragon was now under siege, which was an astonishing outcome for the Revolutionary Army.
Dragon’s strategy can take down the world government
The Commanders’ attack on Mary Geoise may seem reckless, but the chapter explains that it was actually part of a precise strategy. It served as a formal declaration of war against the Celestial Dragons, meaning that the Revolutionary Army no longer limited itself to instigating uprisings in distant kingdoms. Despite the obvious disparity in power and resources between the two factions, Dragon’s Revolutionary Army actually has a ruthless but effective strategy that could lead to the downfall of the Celestial Dragons, who consider themselves god of the world. A piece world.
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