Recent revelations in One Piece fuel the theory that Bonney might not be who we think she is
Warning: Contains spoilers for One Piece Chapter #1093.
Jewelry Bonney’s True Age
Have you ever stopped to think if everything we see on One Piece is it really what it seems? Speculation is the order of the day, but today we open a new chapter in the debate with the focus on Jewelry Bonneythe pirate of mysterious age who has captured the imagination of fans.
A bombshell was dropped in the last chapter: Vegapunk has given rise to a theory about Bonney that has gained more and more strength. In the midst of Egghead’s arc, full of clones and the search for an enigmatic traitor, what the scientist dropped could change our perception of this peculiar character.
Clues throughout the chapters
St. Saturn He was the first to open Pandora’s box. In chapter #1089, he mentioned that Bonney was a “little girl,” which initially fueled the theories. Although in the official version he referred to her as “just a girl,” this only fanned the flames of speculation.
The power of Devil Fruit that Bonney owns has added another layer of intrigue. Her unique abilities have led the community to wonder if she is using her powers to hide her true age.
Enigmas to solve
Now, the juiciest detail comes from Vegapunk himself. On her mission to rescue Bonney, who was stranded in the Fabriophase, he referred to her as a “poor little girl.” And that is what has put the icing on the cake, unleashing the fury of fans who see in this comment more than a simple coincidence.
Not all that glitters is gold, and this theory has its gaps. One of the biggest problems is the lack of detailed information on the Devil Fruit by Bonney. One Piece is not particularly consistent in this regard and leaves fans in a sea of doubt.
What’s next for Bonney in One Piece?
While there are theories that suggest Bonney could even be a clone of Big Mom, the truth is that she remains an enigma. We don’t know what else he’s hiding or how he’ll impact the future events of the Egghead arc. But what is indisputable is that this pirate still has a lot to reveal.
With this, it is clear that Bonney is a character that will keep fans glued to the story, theorizing and retheorizing until the pieces of the puzzle finally fit together.
The latest chapter of One Piece is available on Chrunchy Roll. Now, what do you think about this revelation? Is Bonney really a child disguised as an adult or is there something else at play here? The conversation is served.
The impact of fan theories
The role of fan theories In the One Piece community it has always been a double-edged tool. On the one hand, these hypotheses not only generate endless debates and encourage participation in forums and social networks, but they also demonstrate the level of detail and complexity that Eiichiro Oda, the creator of the series, has woven into his fictional world. Theories are born from small details, gestures and lines of dialogue that often go unnoticed.
However, we must also consider the effect that these theories have on the creators. While some manga artists may be tempted to change their story due to the accuracy of certain theories, Oda seems to enjoy keeping his fans on the edge of their seats, either confirming or debunking them in completely unexpected ways. The Bonney case is a clear example of how a fan theory can receive a kind of validation in the plot, adding an extra layer of mystery and excitement to the already fascinating world of One Piece.
These theories reflect the commitment and passion of the community. With the recent validation of the mystery surrounding Jewelry Bonney, it’s clear that fan theories are more than just a hobby: they’re an integral part of the One Piece experience.