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One Piece: Why Road Poneglyphs Are Everyone's Struggle

Lately there has been a lot of discussion about Poneglyphs.

In the world of One Piece, there are a total of thirty Poneglyphs.

They are classified into three types. The first type is the Historical Poneglyph, the most common.

They contain ancient inscriptions that reveal the true history of the world.

The next Poneglyph is the Instructional Poneglyph, which shows the location of other Poneglyphs, most often historical ones.

Lastly, there is the highly sought-after Road Poneglyph

So, what's so interesting about the Road Poneglyph?

This is why the Road Poneglyph is so important to everyone who dreams of becoming the next pirate king in One Piece.

Why Road Poneglyphs Are So Important To Pirates

The Road Poneglyph is a large red block made of indestructible material with mysterious inscriptions on it.

Once the four are found, they will pinpoint the location of the Grand Line's last island, the sunken island of Laugh Tale.

Pirate king Gol D Roger left his famous treasure, One Piece, on the island of Laugh Tale.

As a result, the Road Poneglyph is very important for pirates who aspire to become the next pirate king.

However, it's not just about One Piece.

When Roger and his crew arrive at Laugh Tale, they discover the truth about the Void Century, the true nature of the Ancient Weapons, the meaning of "D.'s Will," and Joy Boy's past.

The future pirate king will probably discover this secret too.

Only three Road Poneglyphs have been found so far one on Zou with Mink, one on Big Mom, and the third on Kaido.

The Straw Hats have managed to obtain three Road Poneglyphs.

Once they found the latter, it would take them from Lodestar Island to Laugh Tale.

Fourth Road Poneglyph

Poneglyphs are well known in One Piece, but they are a prohibited subject of study.

The World Government does not like anyone looking for Road Poneglyphs because they are indestructible, contain the truth about the world, and information about ancient weapons.

As a result, there has been some speculation about the location of the fourth and final Poneglyph, with one theory claiming that the World Government has hidden the Poneglyphs to keep them a secret.

There is another theory about the final location of the Road Poneglyph.

It could be Elbaf, the fortified island of the Giants, which has long been designated a must-visit destination for the Straw Hats, especially Usopp.

Shanks, a former member of the Roger pirates, can also hide the Poneglyphs so that only the most worthy of being pirate kings can be.

Poneglyphs are also considered to be possessed by Blackbeard or the Revolutionary Army.

However, one thing mangaka Eiichiro Oda has managed to do is withhold information for twenty-five years without losing fan interest.

That is the reason why poneglyphs are in great demand by many people.

Hatsuko A word after a word after a word is power.

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