Theory The first "Pirate King"

a man that inspired many

  1. MasterD
    I know this theory sounds and is crazy and probably will get bad reviews but I decided to post it to give a new view. Here is your usual chill song:


    In this theory I'll talk about a man that probably discovered raftel or went quite close to it and that with his adventures inspired many one of them the only known Pirate King Gol D. Roger. This man is MontBlanc Noland. Please read it all before the review thank you :D.


    Noland lived 400 years ago in the One Piece Timeline and was an admiral of the Lvneel Kingdom. He made multiple expedition in the grand Line and even explored the new world. For that time coming back just form one expedition from the Grand Line unscratched physically or mentally was impossible. Yet this man went multiple times and come back with all his crew. Noland was insanely strong, he was able to single-handedly kill a Sea King underwater.

    He was even able to kill Kashigami, which was the same size of his grandchild Nola, with a single slash of his sword. Something that Zoro and Wiper together couldn't mange to do with Nola.

    Hell he even manged to remain conscious and alive and even move a landmass which trapped him in a fissure with one hand.

    So he was strong, his strength could be enough in the current time to put him on a suitable Pirate king pretend like the supernovas are or maybe even a yonko f...k why not :D.

    So why "first Pirate King"?

    You see this is the crazy part in this theory aahah for one to be declared Pirate king he must arrive on Raftel. Before roger this island was a legend and it's still in the current time. I believe that Noland might arrived on raftel or very near to it, it's known that when he came back from his journeys he usually talked about his crazy adventures.

    But after he failed to reach Jaya for the second time with his king he was sentence to death and his legacy all his adventures where considered a lie because the king said so. In the story about noland the king was portrayed as valorous warrior and Noland as a hopeless fool.

    So if he ever said something about raftel people would think at it as a stupid old legend, even after Roger found it many still believe it's a legend.
    This could be crazy but we found out that that Noland arrived on Dessrosa and fought the evil people that where after the tontattas.

    Where ever an evil "god" or evil was, Noland had arrived on that island before and left his mark. When Luffy arrived at Skypea we had God Enel, in Noland times there was Kashigami, he and luffy defeated them. On dessrosa we had God Doffy that had captured the tontattas, Noland 400 years ago fought people with the same intentions. So I believe he left his mark on Raftel as well where Luffy would have to fight God Black Beard. I said god for BB because he has god like powers now :p. I can not understand otherwise why would Oda show us Noland again on Dessrosa where there was a similar plot to that on Skypiea.

    He inspired Roger

    I know this is crazy too aahah:unsure: but his story is very similar to that of Francisco de Orellana a spanish conquistador that claimed that he had found El Dorado the city of gold. Many thought at it as a stupid lie, but there where others that believed in it and went after it and many are still searching for it today. So I believe that there where people that went on searching in One Piece as well. Further more Noland's family name is MontBlanc, you see Mont Blanc is considered to be the one that made modern Alpinism or mountain climbing . So Noland's inspiration(Francisco de Orellana) and family name gave birth to new adventures and because of this I believe his story and adventures made many set sail, because they had nothing to lose.
    Imagine a child reading Noland's story he would be intrigued by it and I believe Roger was inspired as well he he was a child. I believe I have the proof I showed you an imagine at the beginning, this one :

    Could you see the kid with the straw hat I believe it's a little hint for our Oda-san. So if Noland ever talked about raftel or just his adventures ignited a little sparkle in child Roger that would want to explore as well the sea.

    Edit: I made this edit because many are confused about the last part . Roger was inspired by noland's story he read about him when he was a kid. The boy in the image is a hint to that, but it isn't roger because the boy in the image is form 400 years ago he might be a previous possessor of the Straw Hat.

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    Theo Ries, raihan009, Mannu and 50 others like this.

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  1. Sniper king ussop
    Sniper king ussop
    But was he a pirate though ? He was known as someone who worked for a king
    1. MasterD
      Author's Response
      He was an admiral of a kingdom, but the king order his execution after one of his voyages and change history making Noland look like a fool and a liar.

      The title impels that he actually found Raftel before Roger and that his story inspired other generation including ROger him self. Finding Raftel would mean he "Beacame the Pirate KIng" because this is the thing you need to be called so.
  2. Sordrit
    It's pretty good, but if Nolands power was equal to the power of an Yonko in his era, it's kind of weak compared to WB, BB; BM and Kaido..
    1. MasterD
      Author's Response
      Thanks for the review, hmmm why do you think he is so week compered to them ?
  3. the11strawhats
    good i like your teory , but i dont think he already strong enought to be called pirate king . we see what bigmom and kaido can do . and their strong and durabilty was more than what noland show. maybe if noland life long enought not got executed he can become as strong as them or more.
    1. MasterD
      Author's Response
      Thank you for the review :D yes it could be a possibility every time I see a clip with him I see an immense power
  4. Mannu
    This theory makes a lot of Sense. Roger most likely wanted to be like Noland and knowing that Cricket who was a descendant turned pirate. Maybe following the footsteps of Noland, but had to give up for some reason.
    1. MasterD
      Author's Response
      Thank you for your review :D I'm glad you liked it :D
  5. Rorouni Zoro
    Rorouni Zoro
    I think it's a great speculation and I certainly think reading about Noland's travels was what inspired Roger. It's got me wondering if there's a connection between Noland, Roger, and JoyBoy.
    1. MasterD
      Author's Response
      Glad you liked it. There might be :D
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