“If he dies for Luffy then that’s the bravest thing”: One Piece Fans Predict the Death of a Major Straw Hat Pirates Crew That Will Crush Luffy

One Piece Fans Predict the Death of a Major Straw Hat Pirates Crew That Will Crush Luffy
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One Piece is slowly nearing its end. Eiichiro Oda confirmed that he would draw the biggest war after the Wano arc. The last few episodes of One Piece showed Monkey D. Luffy has defeated Kaido and freed the Land of Wano from his tyrannical rule. On the other hand, the manga is staging a big fight at Egghead Island. It is like a fireworks of amazing development in the One Piece world.

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Eiichiro Oda’s creation has even been adapted into a live-action, and people loved the series. But there is still one thing that the fans are concerned about. Monkey D. Luffy, the protagonist of One Piece, has experienced several emotional hits. Some were happy, while some were heartbreaking. But one thing that he has yet to encounter is a death in his crew.

Who Is The Most Likely To Die Among The Strawhats?

Strawhats in One Piece
Strawhats in One Piece

There is speculation going on among One Piece fans that one of the Strawhats will meet their end before Luffy becomes the Pirate King. The reason for such an outrageous speculation is that Luffy has yet to experience the death of his crewmate. The final war in One Piece is sure to have some important characters meeting their ends. The fans are convinced that out of all the Strawhats, Usopp is the most likely to die.

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The reason for that is plain and simple. Usopp is afraid of strong people and often relies on his lies. Even after being weak, he wishes to be a brave warrior of the sea. If he dies fighting for his crew, he will be considered brave all around the world. Moreover, he has already fought and won countless battles. So, dying for his friend’s ultimate goal will be the greatest sacrifice, and he will be known as the brave warrior of the sea throughout the world.

Why Is Usopp The Most Likely To Die In One Piece?

Usopp
Usopp

Keeping aside the above-mentioned reasons, the other Strawhats have a much more serious goal than him that requires them to stay alive. Roronoa Zoro wishes to be the strongest swordsman in the world. So, he needs to stay alive to fulfill that dream. Sanji wishes to see the All Blue, and he is their cook. Moreover, they are the left and right hand of Monkey D. Luffy. So, it is very unlikely for them to die in One Piece.

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Other than that, Nami wishes to draw the map of the whole world, Tony Tony Chopper is their doctor, Jimbei is the helmsman, Franky is the shipwright, and Brook is already dead. Nico Robin will stay alive because she can read the Poneglyphs. Without her, they will not be able to reach Laughtale. All of them are important for Luffy to reach Laughtale.

One Piece
One Piece

Usopp is a very near and dear friend of Luffy. He is an important part of the Strawhat crew and is their sniper. But fans believe that to achieve his personal goal, he will die along the way. Few fans are saying, “If he dies for Luffy, then that’s the bravest thing.” A YouTube channel, RealAnimeUniverse, said, “It would be such a great scene to see him sacrificing his life to save Luffy or even the entire crew.” For the moment, these are just speculations. Only Oda sensei knows what will happen in One Piece in the future.

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Source: RealAnimeUniverse

Priyanko Chakraborty

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Priyanko is a Content Writer at FandomWire, and specializes in anime. He is currently pursuing his Master's Degree in Economics. Priyanko has previously worked as a content writing intern. He spends half of his day writing on anime, and the other half watching it.