Despite the fact that Shanks had a stated reason for visiting Wano, that reason was not fully covered in the summary. Although he never sets foot on Wano’s mainland, it seems that he comes with a certain goal in mind. He declares in One Piece Chapter 1055 that he wants to protect the next generation, but may this just be a lie? Read this in-depth study to see what Shanks’ real reason was for travelling to Wano in One Piece Chapter 1055. One Piece Chapter 1055 complete summary spoilers were published early on Wednesday, July 27.
Even though the majority of the chapter’s content was explained, some fans are still perplexed as to why Shanks deliberately sailed his ship into Wano. The most current issue and the chapter before indicated that Shanks was genuinely travelling to Wano, not just passing through it on the way to somewhere else. However, he promptly departs without ever setting foot on the country’s landmass after feeling Ryokugyu’s exit. When the remainder of this issue is taken into account, a plausible explanation for Shanks’ actions is revealed. In Chapter 1055, Nico Robin and Trafalgar Law are shown some ancient Wano ruins, and the location and directions to the Ancient Weapon Pluton are revealed.
They are also made aware of how near Wano’s Road Poneglyph is to the Ancient Weapon and Ancient Wano. By combining these significant disclosures into one issue, Oda seems to be attempting to connect them to Shanks’ arrival. The first thing to note about Shanks is that he is often regarded as one of the series’ most powerful Conqueror’s Haki users, if not the most powerful. Who is to say that this power, flexibility, and expertise are exclusive to his Conqueror’s Haki? He could have been able to “listen in” on Sukiyaki, Robin, and Law’s chat because of the Observation Haki he owns.
Enel used his Observation Haki and Devil Fruit abilities to listen in on conversations in the city throughout the Skypiea plot. The One Piece Chapter 1055 panel that implies Shanks has departed the Wano region might be a temporary blip in the Yonko’s approaching waves, or it could be something more significant. This is simply a speculation, but based on what we know about Shanks, Observation Haki, and the One Piece’s race for it, it makes a lot of sense. Although his Devil Fruit is said to have had a key influence on this talent, Shanks’ Observation Haki may be powerful enough on its own to accomplish this accomplishment.
If so, an explanation for Shanks’ inclusion and involvement in One Piece Chapter 1055 will be given. It’s fair to assume that Ryokugyu had come to promptly eliminate a New Era prodigy, but Shanks could have overheard the Admiral says that this was his aim in so doing. Having stated that, what gives you a reason to believe he was unaware of Pluton and Poneglyph’s location? Wano left abruptly, which may be attributed to his listening in on the conversation. Any ships that would be anchored close to the Wano waterfalls could capsize if the walls of Wano were destroyed since it would release a significant amount of water into the nearby seas.