Speculation Edward Weevil or "Whitebeard Jr.", is the self-proclaimed son of Whitebeard

Did God Oda already tell readers who Weevil really is.

  1. FuturePirateKing
    Is it possible that Edward Weevil could actually be a clone of Whitebeard. We already know that clones are a thing in One Piece(Pacifistas/Germa Clones). What's stopping Weevil from being a potential clone all though an imperfect one at that. Edward Weevil, or "Whitebeard Jr.", is the self-proclaimed son of "Whitebeard" Edward Newgate and one of the Shichibukai. His mother is Miss Bakkin, the self-proclaimed lover of Newgate. What if she was a scientist that was obsessed with Whitebeard because she thought of him as a specimen for experimentation because he was considered "the strongest man alive", and so managed to get some of his DNA(maybe during the Whitebeard War or some other time), and created Weevil, and just told Weevil that he was the son of Whitebeard. Wouldn't this make him a self proclaimed son of Whitebeard. The clues were there.

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  1. Xatch
    Xatch
    3/5,
    2.5* rounded up...

    This is OK, a little short, and one long run on paragraph, break it up and a bit more support, content, pictures it can improve..

    The topic is highly speculated, nothing really new pops out...

    Keep it up
  2. Rej
    Rej
    3/5,
    Hello, this speculation basically is a good one and totally correct, but at this point it is not original. They topic is already discussion material for a very long time, in exactly that way you described. If you go more into depth, add pictures to it and put soe originality into it, then you could make a 5 star theory/speculation out of it. :) Keep up and have a nice day.
    1. FuturePirateKing
      Author's Response
      Oh I didn't know that but thanks for the insight. Ill try to make it better.
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