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One Piece: Luffy Is Joy Boy's Reincarnation?

One Piece: Luffy Is Joy Boy's Reincarnation?

After a long wait for his appearance, the figure of Joy Boy finally came to the surface. 

However, even so, not all fans seem happy with the appearance of Joy Boy. 

In fact, some of them felt disappointed with the appearance of the figure of Joy Boy. 

What really happened? 

Why then are some One Piece fans disappointed with the appearance of Joy Boy?

It seems that some One Piece fans are disappointed with the appearance of Joy Boy because Oda Sensei takes the same pattern as Naruto and Sasuke. 

As we know, Sasuke and Naruto are reincarnations of Asura and Indra Otsutsuki. 

While Luffy is believed to be the reincarnation of the figure of Joy Boy, which is enough to make some fans disappointed.

However, they also believe that Oda will provide a complete explanation regarding this matter. 

In the world of One Piece, destiny is something that often appears in stories, and it is not something evil. 

In Luffy's case, he is the main protagonist in the series.

One Piece: Luffy Is Joy Boy's Reincarnation?

This means that Luffy is destined to become a pirate king, whether many people like him or not. 

He is confirmed to be the pirate king at the end of the series. 

Luffy is also likely destined to be Joy Boy. 

There are several clues that have been presented by Oda in his story regarding this. 

For example, Luffy's determination to become the pirate king.

Then when Crocus sensed there was a different "aura" from Luffy's figure, where he was sure that Luffy would become the pirate king. 

However, there is an interesting question regarding the revival of Joy Boy. 

How then can Joy Boy get up? 

Why did Zunesha only hear the sound of Joy Boy appearing now? 

One Piece: Luffy Is Joy Boy's Reincarnation?

Why didn't Zunesha hear it while on Zou?

It's possible that Luffy just managed to awaken his devil fruit. 

Previously, Luffy still hadn't awakened his devil fruit, so Zunesha couldn't hear Luffy's voice. 

Luffy inherited the will or desire from Joy Boy and also the determination about freedom. 

It's still unknown how this will is passed down, but it's likely that it was passed down through a devil fruit.

In the Dressrosa arc, Sabo said that he wanted to eat Ace's devil fruit so he could inherit his will, and not his powers. 

Sabo says that he wants to release Burgess, but Ace stops him. 

Sabo could feel the presence of Ace within him, where he could feel anger as well as a desire for revenge.

Everything is inherited through devil fruit. 

So, in Luffy's case, it's likely that Luffy inherited the will from Joy Boy because he ate the same devil fruit. 

In this case, it's not the devil fruit that makes Luffy special, but Luffy himself who makes everything special.

So, in conclusion, through the awakening of Luffy's devil fruit, the determination of Joy Boy who existed 800 years ago finally revived in Luffy. 

That determination was truly so strong that even the sound of his own heartbeat could be heard. 

And this is what Zunesha then came up with, the same voice as what she was with 800 years ago. 

What do you think?

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