The departure of the Portuguese D. Ace was one of the events that most marked the protagonist Luffy, since our hero lost his brother during the Marineford War. But the most observant had realized that this unpleasant event was imminent ONE PIECE.
The disappearance of Roger's son and, soon after, of white beardshocked the mythology of the masterpiece of Eiichiro Oda with the different balances of power that have once again mixed up. Nevertheless, the Sensei seems to have hidden from the eyes of the readers Ace's death already in chapter 520 when he made a specific color chart, the same one you can find at the bottom of the news. The elements are 3 in particular and here follow:
- The card on Luffy's left hand is Brook and is said to represent death;
- The rightmost card, on the other hand, is the ace of spades;
- The protagonist's facial expression is reminiscent of the one he assumes in his arms immediately after his brother's disappearance;
And that's not all The Ace of Swords usually represents "death" and is usually the last card in a 52-card deck. Ace died in chapter 574 and Luffy found out about his execution with the number 522. Subtracting these two numbers gives you '52', exactly the last card in the deck. And you, on the other hand, have you ever noticed this detail? As usual, please let us know with a comment below.
Throwback to that moment when Oda literally hinted at Ace's death in the color palette of Chapter 520 💀
- In his left hand: Brook (death)
- In his right hand: ace of spades
- Luffy's facial expression pic.twitter.com/YrhN3XxZlA- Goal D. Ace (@FirefistJanni) November 6, 2022