Chapter 1098 of the One Piece manga will make any fan fall into a state of sadness after reading it. Author Eiichiro Oda, with his talent for weaving emotional plots, seems to be leading us through one of the darkest chapters of the story to date.
The fall of the Heavenly Dragon Man has long been mentioned and shown in One Piece. But this time in chapter 1098, Thien Long Nhan’s crimes are not only mentioned by their actions, but also their irreparable consequences, highlighting the severity of their crimes.
Story of kidnapping and separation
Readers witnessed Ginny and Kuma go through a journey of transformation, from innocence to responsibility, then becoming leaders in the Revolutionary Army. Next is Dragon’s enthusiasm in overthrowing the tyrannical king, releasing prisoners and then strengthening the Revolutionary Army, sowing confidence like a beacon of hope.
Then there is the story of Ginny’s kidnapping. The above optimism is now contrasted with the sadness of Ginny’s kidnapping, a turning point that leaves readers on the edge of their seats fearing the worst.
Injustice cannot be shaken
One Piece chapter 1098 narrated the tragic fate of Ginny, causing deep anger among fans. The fact that Ginny, after finding freedom, once again returned to the slavery of the Heavenly Dragons is an “open scar” in the story of One Piece. It serves as a reminder of the painful past that the characters have suffered.
Oda’s choice to expose the horrors of this slavery, especially forced marriage, is a choice that conveys despair and a deep sense of injustice. This is also the new dark side that One Piece explores, far from the usual restriction in detailing the past sufferings of the characters.
Ginny’s story ends not with a heroic rescue but with liberation born from the cruel indifference of a Celestial Dragon. 2 years have passed since Ginny contracted a fatal illness, she was discarded as if her existence was disposable.
The tragedy is further underscored by Ginny’s final communication with Kuma, a moment that is sure to touch fans’ hearts, making them reflect on what it means to struggle and sometimes fail.
Ginny’s tragic ending in One Piece history
In the latest chapter, Eiichiro Oda takes readers away from the adventure and comedy to explore the darker layers of the story. Ginny is revealed to be a victim of the rare disease “Sapphire Scale”. In the last days of her life, tormented by illness, Ginny returned to the Sorbet kingdom. When Kuma heard the news, it was too late. Ginny passed away, in her arms was her baby daughter Bonney. Sadly, she also suffered from the same disease as her mother.
Bonney’s true identity is also revealed, she is the daughter of Ginny and the Celestial Dragon, not Kuma, which is heartbreaking. Oda frankly shows us that Ginny’s existence is marked by unimaginable abuse at the hands of the Celestial Dragons.
Her story is not only sad, but also reflects the brutality of a despicable upper class that preys on humans for entertainment and sees people like Ginny as disposable.
Kuma reluctantly became Bonney’s unexpected savior. He adopted her as his adopted daughter and took care of her wholeheartedly. Their relationship represents a bright spot in the depths of darkness, giving us hope that even in the darkest of times, there can be goodness and redemption.
Bonney is now 12 years old and Oda takes us on a journey through her growth. It’s unclear what happened, but Bonney apparently survived despite suffering from a fatal disease. Bonney’s story promises to be one of the most fascinating and perhaps most inspiring stories in One Piece.
Oda’s implicit criticism and defense of the audience
Oda has always been careful not to explicitly explore violence and abuse in his work, perhaps because he is aware of the young audience that follows his work. Oda always chooses to allude rather than illustrate these harsh realities. That choice is not only responsible but also respectful of his young readers.
However, with Ginny’s story, Oda seemed to decide it was time to tackle these difficult topics more openly, turning it into a call to fight such injustices in the world. real.
Oda’s decision to let Ginny go marks a new beginning. Usually authors tend to keep their characters alive. Ginny’s story serves as a grim reminder that justice does not always prevail. We can only hope that Bonney and Kuma can somehow right the wrongs of the past and make the Celestial Dragons pay for their crimes.