Warning! Contains the content reveal of One Piece #1090! After years of waiting, A piece It was finally confirmed that the Straw Hats would be visiting an island that was foretold in the manga’s early chapters, Elbaf, but in doing so, the manga also ruined the current Egghead, revealing its ending. . Many fans of course before this point speculated that Luffy and his crew would travel to Elbaf after the end of their adventures in Egghead, but now One Piece author Eiichiro Oda seems to have officially confirmed this, thereby dispelling all tensions of the present. great battle in which the Straw Hats participate.
In chapter #1090 of One Piece, translated by Stephen Paul, Nami notes that the log pose that usually leads the Straw Hats from Egghead to their next location hasn’t really settled down yet, but one of the instructions from Wano is still recorded. Based on the general area it pointed to, Vegapunk confirmed that if they followed, it would lead the crew to Elbaf, the mythical island of the giants. This is further alluded to by the fact that Kid’s crew followed one of Wano’s instructions and ended up in Elbaf, where they were crushed by Shanks. This of course made Luffy and Usopp very excited, an excitement that can be reflected by many fans.
One Piece confirms the Straw Hats are heading towards Elbaf, ruining the end of the Headhead Arc
Fans have been wondering about Elbaf ever since the giants Dorry and Brogy mentioned it in Little Garden. Based on how tightly Usopp clings to the idea of the island, fans anticipate that visiting it will be an important part of his character development. As more information about the island is revealed, expectations grow as the island seems to be the center of various lore mysteries. Many fans believe that the last Ponegliff is hidden in Elbaf and that the Mysterious Man Marked by Fire resides there along with Ohara’s salvaged library, promising that a visit to the island will reveal Laugh Tale’s location and revealed forbidden knowledge discovered by Ohara.
However, the reveal of the Straw Hat’s next destination essentially revealed the ending of the current Egghead Part, telling fans that Luffy and his crew will be able to get out of their current predicament. without too much difficulty, and then happily headed to Elbaf. , potentially bringing Vegapunk with them. This wouldn’t be so bad if the current stakes of the Egghead siege weren’t too high. In the previous chapter, Luffy and the Straw Hats surpassed every other pirate in history by forcing the Navy to deploy the largest fleet in history, with 30,000 Marines ready to attack Egghead. If that wasn’t enough, one of the Gorosei, Jay Garcia Saturn, made the move personally, again for the first time in the series. Finally, in chapter #1090 Admiral Kizaru invades the island, and the final frame does a great job of conveying the Admiral’s power by making Luffy himself look scared.
The “Egg Incident” will end well for the Straw Hats
It seems that teasing Elbaf in this chapter is not a misdirection. After all, Elbaf is also the last known location of Shanks, whom Luffy needs to reunite with before the series ends. While fans are yearning to see a full Straw Hat adventure that takes place in the land of giants, let’s drop that teaser as soon as the battle for Egghead (which the story has already revealed). newspaper that would go down in history when the “Egghead Incident”) broke out. basically extinguishing all the tension created up until now in this very interesting part. Luffy and Usopp’s exaggerated reactions in this chapter are telling fans that the Straw Hats are going to Elbaf soon and it’s unlikely that the Marines will be able to stop them.
However, Eiichiro Oda has proven to be quite unpredictable, so it’s impossible to predict what will happen at the end of the Egghead Arc. Regardless of how things turn out and whether this is really a spoiler or not, the Straw Hats’ arrival in Elbaf is great news for fans who have been eagerly awaiting. A piece to reveal more about the land of giants since its introduction a long time ago.
One Piece #1090 available to read from Viz Media.