As soon as fans of A piece think they know everything about the main character, straw hat Luffy, Eiichiro Oda’s best-selling manga surprised everyone by revealing that Luffy’s real dream wasn’t actually to become the Pirate King. Readers have always assumed that this is the Straw Hat captain’s ultimate goal, but chapter #1060 of One Piece shows that Luffy has another, even bigger dream to achieve.
Right in the first chapter of the manga released 25 years ago, Luffy announced his intention to become the Pirate King, a title that historically belonged to only one person, Gol D. Roger. Since then, Luffy’s journey has followed the same journey that One Piece’s Roger began until his death: recruiting a powerful group of friends and allies, exploring the Grand Line, and reaching the island. Laugh Tale’s last hiding place, where Roger’s legendary treasure is located. , One Piece, lies. This seems to have always been Luffy’s goal, not because of the power the Pirate King demands, but because, as the Straw Hat captain put it, “the most free man is the Pirate King”. Complete freedom always seemed to be Luffy’s ultimate goal, but Oda later revealed that there was more behind it.
Luffy’s dream come true shocks the Straw Hats
In chapter #1060 of One Piece, the Straw Hats discuss recent troubling developments involving Sabo, Luffy’s sworn brother, who is on the run after being accused of killing King Cobra. Luffy remembers that, as children, he, Sabo and Ace all swore that one day they would go out to sea to become a pirate to achieve their dreams. Sabo says he wants to explore the world and write a book about it. Ace wants to become a famous pirate and prove that his life is worth something. Luffy’s words about his own dream aren’t made clear in the original sequence (in chapter #585), but they leave his brothers speechless, so everyone assumes he’s talking. that I want to be the Pirate King. However, chapter #1060 makes it clear that Luffy’s real dream was something else entirely, as his Straw Hat friends were shocked by this revelation.
The manga doesn’t show Luffy’s words, leaving the mystery hanging, but from the Straw Hats’ reactions, it’s clear that he’s not talking about becoming the Pirate King, which is then just a means to achieve his real goal. There was a lot of speculation then about what Luffy’s real dream in One Piece was. There is a high chance that his dream is still related to freedom, as this is the concept that drives all of Luffy’s actions: how to be free and how to protect his freedom and yours. raft. However, to leave the entire crew speechless, it would have to be something outrageous like abolishing the World Government, the totalitarian organization that rules the world, but this is perhaps too predictable, So the question is still open.
Luffy’s dream is a mystery in One Piece, but it doesn’t change him
25 years after its release, One Piece still has the ability to surprise fans, forcing them to reconsider everything they know about the story’s protagonist. However, revealing that Luffy’s ultimate goal isn’t the Pirate King doesn’t change the character dramatically. Whatever LuffyWhat his real dream will be, will it play out his motivation and life philosophy in the way that they have been established throughout the process. A piece.