Monkey D. Luffy is a Captain of the Mugiwara Pirates and a member of the Worst Generation. Out of the 11 Supernovas.
Luffy has grown to be an extraordinary pirate, and he continues to grow at a frightening rate.
A bounty is in itself an agreement to the public at large. The government is issuing a call to the people to help in the capture and concluding execution of someone considered outside the law. It is them asking for help in exchange for Money as a reward. The point of a bounty is to lure bounty hunters to the hope of money.
The higher the bounty, the more likely a well-known bounty hunter will respond to the call. When a prize is raised, it is the acceptance of the government that they are not able to deal quietly with the problem at hand, and are asking for help from bounty hunters.
The highest bounty showed in One Piece
1. Charlotte Katakuri – 1,057,000,000
2. Jack “The Drought” – 1,000,000,000
In the latest One Piece episode 812, the release featured something strange. After Big Mom Pirates captured nami and Luffy, the two were locked away in the captain’s Prison to await Big Mom’s decision.
When she comes down to visit Luffy, Big Mom and her brood are seen looking through the book containing Nami and Luffy. The pair has a Details written out in Japanese, but there is one part about Luffy’s details which needs no translation.
As you can see, Luffy’s details contain the line, “5,000,000,000 bellies.” Fans will know bellies are money in the One Piece world, and this book claims Luffy has one massive bounty on his head. In fact, the 5 billion prize makes Luffy the most wanted pirate sailing in Grand Line.
There is no reason to think Luffy’s bounty has been upped so instantly without sense. Fans are eager to believe the figure is the product of a type since the Luffy’s last-known prize was 500,000,000. An extra set of zeroes might have been added in accidentally with the new One Piece episode.
So Luffy becomes the most wanted man by mistake, Or maybe this is a foreshadowing of Luffy’s final Bounty.
One Piece Manga Reveals Why Haki Didn’t Work On Admiral Akainu And Aokiji
If you start surfing the net and you research what are the main events in One Piece which are nowadays inexplicable, for sure you will find that a lot of people don’t understand how can Aokiji and Akainu be intangibles; in particular, those people think of their intangibility when they remember the Marineford War. In fact, during that arc, we saw a lot of strong fighters and also a lot of violent fights; two of those fights which deserve a special attention are the one between Whitebeard and the Admiral Aokiji and the one between Marco, Vista and the Admiral Akainu.
To begin with, I’m going to consider the first one: during that fight, at a certain moment we saw Aokiji jumping towards Whitebeard in order to attack him and Whitebeard, who had foreseen Aokiji’s attack, hit the Admiral at the centre of his chest with his weapon; everyone thought that Aokiji was dead because Whitebeard is a Haki user and, as we know, the use of haki nullifies Logia-type Devil Fruits powers, but suddenly Aokiji moved, so he demonstrated us that he was still alive.
Secondly, as far as the second one is concerned, during this other fight, we saw Marco and Vista, who probably are in the top three of the strongest members of the Whitebeard Pirates, dashing towards Akainu, who had just killed Ace, and hitting him; despite the fact that Marco’s kick and Vista’s cut had sliced Akainu’s body, the Admiral healed his wounds as if Vista and Marco were two normal people, although we know that they are able to use haki in the same way of Whitebeard.
So how could have happened something like this?
Well, the explanation to this incredible (and strange) fact has been given us by Oda in today’s One Piece manga: in fact, in the fight that is going on between Luffy and Katakuri, we came to know that there is another type of haki, called “Observation Haki”, which gives to the user the ability to apply a sort of advanced observation to certain situations, making them able to predict enemies’ attacks; this can be considered like a quick look in the nearest future.