One Piece creator Eiichiro Oda was revealed to have changed the plot of 2009’s One Piece Film: Strong World because the original idea was deemed “too emotional” for younger audiences, which was said to be “offensive”. shock” for the film crew.
One Piece news translator Sandman posted a comment from Oda from 2016 where he revealed that Strong World was supposed to delve into Nami’s birth. Oda said: “I conceived the original plot of Film Strong World as finding out the secret of Nami’s birth. “Reading the content of the movie was shocking. The story became a bit emotional, so I changed it to make it more interesting for young audiences.” Many fans reacted to this reveal with surprise and sadness, wishing they hadn’t been “robbed” of Nami’s storyline.
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As One Piece will remember, Strong World is filled with many emotional moments surrounding Nami and the Straw Hats. When the Golden Lion Shiki kidnaps Nami, she sacrifices herself by pushing her longtime comrades away for their own safety. The movie ends with a major clash between Luffy and Shiki, the ending of the movie revealing that Nami had trusted them to save her all along. Nami’s introduction to the One Piece anime is characterized by its emotional storytelling, with the character forced to serve as a navigator for the man who killed her adoptive mother. It’s not surprising that Nami said “Help me!” Featured scenes in CBR’s 10 most emotional One Piece episodes, ranked. Many people who grew up with the character have said on social media that they can handle anything Oda wants to throw at them.
Including Nami, most of the Straw Hats’ childhoods have been recounted, while the lack of details about the mysteries surrounding their birth suggests that Oda simply isn’t interested in opening up the story. wide them. Many people expected the birth of Zoro to be the highlight of the “Wano” arc, but after decades of waiting, details surrounding Zoro’s parents were only revealed on an SBS station.
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However, Oda’s mention of “the secret of Nami’s birth” certainly suggests that there may be more to the character than what we currently see – although will fans ever Whether or not these supposed secrets are known remains to be seen. In the meantime, One Piece Film: Strong World, directed by Munehisa Sakai, can be purchased on Blu-ray through Amazon or other retailers.
Source: Sandman via X (formerly Twitter)