ONE PIECE The pirate epic signed by Eiichiro Oda is full of references to history, numerous cultures, traditions and mythologies, and it seems that the famous mangaka was also inspired by the beautiful landscapes of Japan and the United States to create some places inside the Mangas as recently discovered by a fan.

The user @scopper_gapan has shared the images that we reported on Twitter at the bottom of the page. One of the master disks is compared, extracted from Chapter 957 "Ultimate", where the Pirates of Rocks were first introduced, and the mysterious island of God Valley.

THE Curse of the rocksThirty-six years before the adventures of Luffy and companions, they were considered one of the most powerful crews in the world. Among its members were three characters who were to become emperors: Whitebeard, Big Mom and Kaido.

This terrible garrison attacked their opponents and brutally killed them. When they were on the island known as God Valley, they aimed at some world nobles who were saved by a sudden alliance between Monkey D. Garp and Gol D. Roger, the only ones who can stop Rocks and his companions. The clash ended with the death of Rocks and the subsequent breakup of the crew.

The island on which all of this took place was never revealed, which led Garp to be considered a hero of the Navy. We only know that it is characterized by huge valleys and very special mountains. And as the fan mentioned at the beginning of the article found out, it seems so Oda was inspired directly by the Valley of the Gods, the beautiful valley in southeast Utah, which is characterized by high natural towers and special rocky conformations.

Remember that the last bow was announced by ONE PIECE, and we leave the reactions of the fans to the fight between Zoro and Killer.

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