One Piece’s Valley of Gods flashback reveals the mastermind behind the destruction of the Rocks Pirates, the strongest crew of the series. A 13-year-old girl named Ginny sparked events in God’s Valley with her theft and transmission skills, leading to the breakup of the Rocks pirate crew and the dispersion of rare Devil Fruits. The flashback does not show Captain Rocks D. Xebec, leaving his character shrouded in mystery, but Ginny’s actions ultimately lead to the Straw Hats’ confrontation with the vile Celestial Dragons .
Warning: Spoilers for One Piece Manga Chapter #1096
A pieceGod Valley’s flashbacks finally revealed the mastermind behind the destruction of the Rocks Pirates, the series’ most powerful Pirate Crew. One of the most anticipated flashbacks of the series finally sheds light on the God Valley Incident that changed the landscape of the world’s powers. The mysterious epic battle saw a clash between the Rocks Pirates, the Roger Pirates, the evil World Nobles, Garp and the Marines, and now readers know who gathered Bring together the world’s strongest forces.
Series creator Eiichiro Oda teased readers by not revealing much of what fans expected to see in One Piece’s Valley of God flashbacks. While events such as the introduction of Rocks D. Xebec and Roger’s teaming up with Garp will likely be shown later in the story, chapter #1096 revealed that a 13-year-old girl sparked the events in God’s Valley.
Ginny was introduced as a young escaped slave who worked with Emporio Ivankov and Kuma to escape their hellish existence under the command of the Celestial Dragons. However, her special skill set led to the death of One Piece’s most notorious pirate, Rocks D. Xebec.
13-year-old Ginny changed the world of One Piece forever
Thien Long’s plan to escape his depraved pursuit proves more noble than what was carefully planned for the young captives. Even at such a young age, Ginny was what she called “an expert in theft, eavesdropping, and transmission,” skills that had gathered vital information that helped save over 500 hundred people in Lord Valley and forever changed One Piece’s life. resident. The World Nobles have stolen a valuable treasure from the Rocks base on Pirate Island, and thanks to information broadcast by Ginny, they know where to find it.
Ivankov’s young friend only intended to create a decoy for his plan to steal the Noble’s Devil Fruit rewards and use them to escape the island to succeed. However, the end result of sharing the location of the World Nobles’ crazy competition will result in the world’s strongest pirate crew disbanding and some of One Piece’s rarest Devil Fruits being divided. Scattered and found by important characters in Luffy’s journey. By chance, Ginny had executed a plan that would have resulted in the Straw Hats confronting the World Nobles on Egghead Island and perhaps one day destroying the vile Heavenly Dragons’ rule.
One Piece Isn’t Over Showing the Valley of the Gods Event
Captain Rocks D. Xebec remains one of the most mysterious characters in One Piece. Eiichiro Oda teased readers in chapter #1096 by choosing not to show him the expected God Valley flashback. Instead, this chapter follows Kuma and Ginny’s escape from the island and the beginning of their lives outside of slavery. In a heartbreaking ending to one chapter, they are seen eating their fill for the first time in their lives. Although she may never know it, Ginny deserves all the food and every happy tear she sheds because without her, God’s Valley would be just another game. sick play on the World Nobles rather than the beginning of A pieceLuffy’s new world that Luffy will help open.
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