Warning: Contains spoilers for chapter #1103 of One Piece.
Kizaru may have secretly helped Luffy recover, hinting at the possibility of betrayal and alliance with the Straw Hats. Kizaru’s betrayal is reasonable considering his relationships with Bonney and Sentomaru as well as the situation on Egghead Island. Kizaru’s unique sense of justice justifies his betrayal, creating opportunities for moral ambiguity and complex discussions in One Piece.
A pieceThe Marine Admirals may have a traitor among them, and while KizaruHis potential betrayal may be a shock, but it makes sense in every way. The latest developments suggest that fans may be right to question the loyalty of Kizaru, who could become the Straw Hats’ strongest ally on Egghead Island.
One Piece chapter #1103 suggests that Admiral Kizaru may have betrayed the World Government, secretly helping Luffy for the benefit of Bonney and Sentomaru. This chapter has raised suspicions that Kizaru may have been the one who fed Luffy to help him recover from the consequences of using Gear Five.
Although it may have come as a surprise, Kizaru’s betrayal makes perfect sense considering the state of affairs at Egghead and his relationships with Bonney and Sentomaru. Furthermore, this accusation of betrayal raises interesting questions about Kizaru’s character, ethics, and unique sense of justice.
Only Kizaru can help Luffy
In chapter #1103, the scene of Luffy asking for food is almost immediately followed by the scene of Kizaru lying on the floor thinking about Bonney and Sentomaru. Not long after, Luffy is seen quickly stuffing down a pile of food, while the next panel depicts Kizaru once again, sitting up in a different position than before, panting suspiciously.. Although it is unclear whether Kizaru heard Luffy’s pleas for food, as Luffy’s remaining allies were immobilized by Saturn’s mysterious abilities, Kizaru seemed to be the only one who could help. Luffy.
Not only does it make sense that Kizaru is unaffected by Saturn’s power, but his devil fruit also allows him to move undetected by Saint Saturn, who also seems to have no idea who it is. Help Luffy. Considering Kizaru’s devil fruit allows him to move at the speed of light, this also explains why Luffy is given such a large amount of food in the short period of time between the two scenes.
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Kizaru is able to betray Saturn to ensure Sentomaru and Bonney escape
Kizaru’s supposed betrayal appears to be motivated by his desire to protect Bonney and Sentomaru., both of whom Kizaru was worried about when Luffy asked for food in chapter #1103. With the dire situation in Egghead with Bonney under Saint Saturn’s control and Sentomaru also captured by the Navy, Kizaru may have no choice but to depend on Luffy to cause enough chaos for Bonney and Sentomaru escapes. More importantly, as seen in Kuma’s flashback, Kizaru seems to have become quite close with both Kuma and Bonney during his short time in Egghead..
Chapter #1100 reveals Kizaru eating and dancing to Nika’s heartbeat along with Sentomaru, Vegapunk, Bonney and Kuma during their party in Egghead, despite claiming they were there for business. The scene evokes a sense of camaraderie that may have motivated Kizaru to try to protect Bonney, more so since he was one of the few people who knew Bonney’s true age and she was still just a child. Party and eating scenes are often used by Eiichiro Oda to portray the close friendship between a group of people, so it is no coincidence that Kizaru was included there.
Kizaru’s relationship with Sentomaru is also no secret. As seen in chapter #1091, Kizaru may be the closest thing to a father figure in Sentomaru’s life, having known him since he was a child and trained him to be Vegapunk’s protector. Thus, while Kizaru may have no qualms about killing pirates, he may view Bonney and Sentomaru as objectively innocent and their deaths as unjust according to his personal ideals and philosophy of justice. his. It is true that Kizaru personally took down Sentomaru during his attack on Egghead, but it is also true that he did not kill him, despite having the opportunity to do so.
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Kizaru’s idea of justice justifies his betrayal
Like Akainu and Aokiji, Kizaru also has his own unique sense of justice, described as “Unclear Justice”. The name tell everythings, Kizaru’s philosophy exhibits moral ambiguity and forms a gray area between Akainu’s and Aokiji’s polarized ideas of justice. As such, Kizaru often oscillates between indifference and surprising cruelty, best shown when Kizaru personally captured 500 pirates after the events at Marineford just to vent his anger. Therefore, while Kizaru may not have completely turned his back on the Marines like Aokiji, he can justify helping Luffy, even though he is a pirate, if it means ensuring his survival. by Bonney and Sentomaru.
The turning point for Kizaru seems to be listening to Saturn’s account of Bonney and Kuma’s past. Although Kizaru was present during some of those events, the true extent of Saturn’s cruelty may have escaped him – especially given that the Elder was the one who caused Ginny and Bonney’s illness in the first place, then used that same disease to manipulate Kuma and turn him into a soulless machine slave.
A change of heart and perhaps loyalty would be consistent with the ideals of “Unclear Justice” and with Kizaru’s presence in Bonney and Kuma’s past. Overall, Kizaru’s betrayal could prove to be a great opportunity for A piece to draw attention to underlying themes of moral ambiguity and inspire discussions about the complex dichotomy between good and evil in the world of piracy.
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Created by Eiichiro Oda, One Piece is a multimedia franchise that began as a manga series and follows the adventures of the Straw Hat pirates led by Monkey D. Luffy. Luffy, an enthusiastic pirate with a thirst for adventure, is afflicted by a mysterious curse that gives him many powers that he uses to protect himself and his friends. The manga eventually gave way to the anime series, both of which are the longest running anime and manga series in history. With more than 50 video games in the works over the years, the series entered the live-action world with Netflix’s 2023 adaptation.
Created by Eiichiro Oda
First movie One Piece: The Movie
First TV show chapter A piece
Cast Kazuya Nakai,Akemi Okamura,Kappei Yamaguchi,Hiroaki Hirata,Ikue Ôtani,Yuriko Yamaguchi Figure) Monkey D. Luffy , Roronora Zoro , Nami (One Piece) , Nico Robin , Usopp (One Piece) , Vinsmoke Sanji , Tony Tony Chopper , Franky (One Piece) , Jimbei (One Piece)