Luffy's journey enabled the little pirate from the village of Foosha to expand his horizons immeasurably. First on board the Going Merry and then the Thousand Sunny, he explored the world of ONE PIECE, but although he is getting closer and closer to the end of his journey, many secrets still have to be revealed.

The geography of ONE PIECE shows a world that is very different from the real world, but which Eiichiro Oda has used as a reference for some islands. But like ONE PIECE would play in the Caribbean? Suppose we go back to the time when the powers of the 16th century divided the archipelago and the adjacent coasts and had to face pirates and corsairs raging through these places.

Fan Jesse Martin has prepared an illustration that transposes the islands seen during Luffy's trip into ONE PIECE instead of the Caribbean islands. In the image posted on Reddit that you can see below, the starting village is on the South American coast. It continues with the entire arc of the West Indies that goes through Barbados, Antigua, St. Nevis and Kitty and many others. Of course, we also arrive near Alabasta, or rather the island of Hispaniola The red line overlays Cuba.

The journey continues with Jamaica without missing other places on the Mexican and Florida coasts. You would like it if the world of ONE PIECE had followed such a route?

When One Piece was discontinued in the Caribbean by r / OnePiece

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