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    TwistSi is offline Senior Member Regular
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    But...if he just beated up other pirates, why would the marines make him wanted then...he couldn't have offended the Marines that way...and i don't think explorin all the way along the Grand Line is a crime either...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TwistSi
    But...if he just beated up other pirates, why would the marines make him wanted then...he couldn't have offended the Marines that way...and i don't think explorin all the way along the Grand Line is a crime either...
    All Luffy did was fight other pirates, and his bounty is 100,000,000.

    Gol D. Roger was almost certainly involved with the ancient weapons some how, and I think that's the chief reason he was so damn wanted. He had some knowledge and capability to understand the ancient script, and might have unseeled something better left hidden


    To be honest, I think he allowed himself to be captured and executed in order to spark the Great Age of Pirates. Seems like the kind of guy he is. The Age of Pirates seems to be great rebelling against the strict order of the World Government, rather then a criminal outbreak.

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    The exact (mis)deeds of Gol D. Roger are unknown as of now, with the exception of some small details of no real importance. However, we can assume that Roger did the usual pirating stuff as well as exploration and the like.

    The real reason Roger was executed however is probably that the world government felt that he was a threat. The legendary Pirate King who had sailed around the Geand Line is a very strong symbol, and Roger's example probably inspired others to become pirates as well. Therefore the government captured him somehow (certainly not impossible, considering that the marines have people like Aokiji on their payroll) and had him executed so that his influence would die with him. This plan backfired big time however, as we all know, and the Pirate Era begun.

    Of course, this is just speculation, but I feel like it's the most reasonable explanation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RocketMan
    He probably allowed himself to be captured.... To start the pirate era. It said in the manga he laughed like he wasnt afraid of death, something like that.


    What did Gold Roger do?

    HELLOOO!!! KING OF THE PIRATES!!!
    He knew too much about these dangerous weapons (there were hints throughout the manga that he found places which lead to the true history) and had pluton as his ship, therefore he was a threat for the marines and his death should deterrent others, but instead he told everyone about one piece and started the pirate era.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crazytype
    Quote Originally Posted by RocketMan
    He probably allowed himself to be captured.... To start the pirate era. It said in the manga he laughed like he wasnt afraid of death, something like that.


    What did Gold Roger do?

    HELLOOO!!! KING OF THE PIRATES!!!
    He knew too much about these dangerous weapons (there were hints throughout the manga that he found places which lead to the true history) and had pluton as his ship, therefore he was a threat for the marines and his death should deterrent others, but instead he told everyone about one piece and started the pirate era.
    I thought his ship was like the Oro Rodgers or something.
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    Sorry, I mean the ship made by Tom for Gol D. Roger, donīt know she name.
    He never build pluton, just created the blue prints, right?

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    Roger's ship would be the Oro Jackson.

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    I think Tom just inherited the blue prints, not created them.

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    Yeah could be true, maybe through Gol D. Rogers researches, maybe he wanted Tom to build it.

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    I have a feeling that the Pluton is a big arse battleship from out times... I get the feeling that the "ancient history" or true history is that it is something that happened in our near future (a great war or something) that wipes out most of civilzation and one-piece is set way into Earth's future after all our civilization has been lost...All these ancient weapons are the stuff we have today or close to it...kust my take on it all...
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