One Piece: Jewelry Bonney Has One Similarity With MCU’s Loki to Help Luffy and the Straw Hats in Their Final Fight With the World Government

Jewelry Bonney's special Devil Fruit power could have the potential to empower Luffy.

jewelry bonney has one similarity with mcu’s loki to help luffy and the straw hats in their final fight with the world government

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  • Jewelry Bonney's fruit powers might help Luffy get stronger for a showdown with Saturn and help them escape Egghead Island.
  • Bonney’s Toshi Toshi no Mi fruit gives her the power like MCU's Loki, who can turn anything he imagines into reality.
  • Bonney can transform people into different versions of themselves from alternate timelines, possibly making Luffy more powerful.
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Jewelry Bonney is part of the Worst Generation, introduced in the Sabaody Archipelago arc with other Supernovas. Initially seeming less significant, Bonney has gained importance. Now, she plays a crucial role in One Piece and might help Luffy and the Straw Hats in their final battle against the World Government.

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Jewelry Bonney
Jewelry Bonney

Recent developments focus on Jewelry Bonney, a key figure with the potential to empower Luffy. Her Toshi Toshi no Mi fruit grants formidable attacks, and her ability to transform, accessing alternate timelines like MCU’s Loki, the God of Stories, who has the power to make anything he imagines real, no matter how big or small.

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Bonney’s capability to turn imagination into reality might enhance the Straw Hats’ strength, aiding their escape from Egghead Island.

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Jewelry Bonney Alters Ages of Straw Hat Crew

In One Piece Chapter 1064, Jewelry Bonney uses her powers to change the ages of the Straw Hat crew. Jinbe transforming into a younger version hints at the upcoming Seraphim Jinbe. Luffy, on the other hand, becomes an elderly man resembling a drawing from an SBS that depicted a darker future for him.

Jewelry Bonney’s Powers
Jewelry Bonney’s Powers

This transformation is unique because Oda, the creator, reintroduces Luffy to the story. This is rare, happening only three times post-time skip, each marking significant points in Luffy’s journey, like becoming a sea emperor. Previous reintroductions hinted at important character development.

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The intriguing part is that Oda’s choice to bring back Luffy aligns with Bonney’s ability. It suggests that Bonney might be transcending the usual One Piece world boundaries, perhaps summoning an alternate Luffy from another universe. If true, this ability becomes a wild card, potentially evolving Luffy into even more powerful versions than his official timeline self.

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The “Good timeline” Luffy Will Be Luffy’s Strongest Version

When thinking about potential candidates from the Luffy multiverse, a specific version stands out—the “good timeline” Luffy. In this timeline, Luffy has achieved all his dreams, becoming the strongest and freest Pirate King, resembling his grandfather, Monkey D. Garp.

Luffy’s elder version in SBS
Luffy’s elder version in SBS

SBS revelations indicate that he continues training for thirty years beyond the canon events, possessing Haki as formidable as legends like Raleigh, Shanks, and Gol D. Roger. This Luffy could likely hold off Saturn, ensuring the safety of Stella and the Straw Hats.

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While just a theory, the concept of summoning alternate timeline Luffys fits the whimsical nature of the One Piece world. The community is intrigued by the idea, especially focusing on Jewelry Bonney as a key player in the current arc. Whether the Egghead scenario unfolds in this manner or not, Bonney remains a highly relevant character in the unfolding story.

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Written by Tanmay Jha

Tanmay writes about anime for FandomWire. He's currently pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Journalism and Mass Communication. With a passion for animation and graphics, he has authored over 240 articles on anime, sharing insights and reviews with fellow fans, seamlessly combining his love for animation with journalism.