Who can Read the Poneglyph

Poneglyphs are mysterious inscriptions with history written on them in the form of ancient letters. They are scattered among the islands of the World, and it is said that the only person in the world who can read them is Nico Robin. Poneglyphs are large block-shaped inscriptions made of an indestructible type of stone. They had texts written in ancient languages ​​engraved on them., Rdo Penegurifu? The combined locations detailed by the four Road Poneglyphs, allowed one to find Raftel. Both the Historical and Instructional Poneglyphs are dark blue, while the Road Poneglyphs are dark red. According to Tamago, there are thirty Poneglyphs in the world. Blocks are resistant to damage, even from explosions. Three types of Poneglyphs, with Road Poneglyphs and Poneglyphs making up the Rio Poneglyph circled. Each Historical Poneglyph tells a long-forgotten piece of history. In the eyes of the World Government, they were dangerous artifacts; however, even though the World Government states that Poneglyphs are dangerous because of weapons, the truth is that the ideals of the fallen Kingdom written on some stones are far more dangerous than any weapon. Road Poneglyphs are sought after by several organizations interested in the treasure that lies at Raftel: two Yonko, Charlotte Linlin and Kaido, each claim to own the Road Poneglyph. The stones were left in the care of the descendants of ancient civilizations, as seen in Alabasta and Shandora.

39;s crew, Oden went to Raftel with him and, like Roger, was able to decipher the Rio Poneglyph.

The poneglyph itself. They still have great respect for what it represents, and their folk shamans wept openly upon hearing that they had fulfilled the wishes of their ancestors by providing information to Nico Robin, thus relieving them of centuries of duty. Unlike its Shandoria counterpart which is guarded by its people to protect the information it contains, it is clear that the hidden nature of the Alabasta Poneglyph is to hide its existence from people and not protect it, as Alabasta is an affiliate of the World Government, united against the creators of the Poneglyph. This was summed up by Robin in his conversation with the King of Alabasta, Nefertari Cobra, when he mocked and rebuked his remarks about hereditary accusations from the monarchy to "protect" the stone, even though he was frankly unaware of the stone's existence. Gol D. Roger managed to follow the journey of the Poneglyphs because he could hear "All Voices", and thus uncovered the truth of the Void Century with his crew; However, Silvers Rayleigh notes that they may have misinterpreted what they learned because they lacked the intelligence of Clover or other scholars of Ohara. The Kozuki family passed down the knowledge of how to read Poneglyphs including ancient language writing skills in their family to Kozuki Oden's generation. Also a member of Roger's crew, Oden went to Raftel with him and, like Roger, was able to decipher the Rio Poneglyph. Oden passed on the literacy of Poneglyphs to his son, Kozuki Momonosuke, leaving Robin as the only known individual who could decipher ancient texts.

According to Tamago, the Rio Poneglyph actually only consists of nine Poneglyphs.

The contents of the Poneglyph are being copied. Nekomamushi revealed that it was possible to print Poneglyph text on paper in a manner similar to woodblock printing, while proving that it was possible to copy text written on Poneglyphs and record it on swipes of different materials. The Rio Poneglyph (真の歴史の本文(リオ・ポーネグリフ), Rio Pōnegurifu?, literally meaning "True Text of History") is, according to Robin, the message carried by all Poneglyphs along the Grand Line. Rumored to contain true world history (including the "Void Century" where research is prohibited). To find it, one must take all the other passages from the other Poneglyphs with them on their journey. Gol D. Roger appears to have accomplished this task, according to Rayleigh. According to Tamago, the Rio Poneglyph actually only consists of nine Poneglyphs. Poneglyphs can be divided into three types according to the knowledge they contain: Historic, Instructional, and Path.

Poneglyphs a crime punishable by death.

This Road Poneglyph was currently in the possession of Charlotte Linlin and her crew. Due to the Retrieval Team's invasion of Sanji Totto Island, it is now heavily guarded in the Chamber of Treasures. A copy is currently in the possession of the Straw Hat Pirates. This Road Poneglyph is currently in the possession of Kaido and his crew. This Road Poneglyph is currently considered lost. The Kozuki family carved text into the Poneglyphs. 800 years ago, in Wano Country, a group of masonry knights known as the Kozuki Family found indestructible stone blocks for the purpose of recording important history on them while preventing them from being destroyed. Those stone blocks will become Poneglyphs. The stones were written to preserve the events of the Void Century. After the Void Century ended, the stones were left in the guardianship of the descendants of ancient civilizations, who guarded them from those who sought to destroy or claim them. Poneglyphs a crime punishable by death. Roger's message in ancient language. However, his crew chose not to awaken the ancient weapons detailed in the Poneglyphs. Roger also has a member of the Kozuki Family, the inventors of the poneglyph, in his crew: Wano Country daimyo Kozuki Oden, who also witnessed the secrets held in Raftel. At one point, Roger encountered the Big Mom Road Poneglyph and was able to interpret the character to reach Raftel. Researchers at Ohara decided to study their island's Poneglyphs in an attempt to discover the world's lost history. However, they were limited by their lack of access to and knowledge of other Poneglyphs, and thus sent researchers to find more information about them, knowing that the study of Poneglyphs was illegal.

Ohara was just in time to warn his comrades about the Marines heading their way.

Nico Olvia, along with thirty-three other archaeologists, set out to sea. Unfortunately, their attempt failed and they were intercepted by the Marines, leaving Olvia as the sole survivor. The Marines found information among the belongings of the deceased investigators that allowed them to track the team back to Ohara, and a CP9 unit was sent to investigate. The World Government has always been wary of scholars for their knowledge, but researching the Poneglyphs meant they had reason to act against them. Ohara was just in time to warn his comrades about the Marines heading their way. The Buster Call begins after Clover reveals that he has found the knowledge possessed by the Poneglyphs in the Tree of Knowledge. Ohara was destroyed, wiping out the entire Island and all of its inhabitants with the exception of Nico Robin, who managed to escape in the process, leaving the fate of the Ohara Poneglyph a mystery. While on the run, Robin breaks at least one Poneglyph and is constantly trying to find the others. Thirteen years before the start of the series, the Nox Expeditionary Party sailed from Zou as explorers in search of a poneglyph for their master Nekomamushi. However, as research on poneglyphs is considered a crime by the World Government, the party is branded as criminals and becomes the Nox Pirates, with Pedro getting the bounty. At some point, the crew suffered injuries and lost morale, causing all members apart from captain Pedro and crew Zepo to retire.

Pekoms led those who could no longer continue their journey, and their group finally arrived at Yonko Bog Mom's territory. Their lives were saved and they were taken under his protection. Pedro and Zepo set their sights on Big Mom's poneglyph and enter Totto Island, where they find Pekoms joining his crew. Pedro and Zepo suffered heavy losses. Zepo spins Big Mom's roulette wheel and lands with a penalty of losing 100 years of life; However, he only had 30 left, so after killing him with his power, Big Mom turned to Pedro to retrieve the remaining 70. Pekom convinced Big Mom to reduce the price, but she only dropped a decade because she was angry at Pedro for taking Tamago's left eye, so Pedro removed his own left eye and claimed that he had to return to Zou to witness the "dawn of this world"; Impressed by this, Big Mom took only 50 years of her lifetime. Robin to read the Poneglyphs. When Robin finally gets a chance to read this Poneglyph, however, he lies about its contents, which causes Crocodile to turn against him because he no longer needs it. The Tomb of the Kings where the Poneglyphs were held became unstable and began to crumble around them. Luffy saves Robin and Cobra, but the Poneglyph is buried in the ruins. Skypiea where another Poneglyph is held. There is a wall in the Shandorian ruins that vaguely depicts the location of the Poneglyphs in the same runes as those of the Poneglyphs themselves. The poneglyph itself, located at the base of the Golden Belfry, contains details about Poseidon and a message written by Roger, telling further researchers to move forward. According to Gan Fall, he doesn't know when or how Roger managed to reach the poneglyph aboard the Giant Jack.

Robin tells the Shandia that their duty to protect the stone is over, freeing them from the burdens of their ancestors. On the Sabaody Archipelago, Roger's first partner, Silvers Rayleigh, told Robin during the Straw Hats' encounter with him that he knew what the Void Century was and that Roger was translating the mysteries of the Poneglyphs; However, he also agreed to say what would dispel any further debate or interpretation of the lost history, as his crew did not become worthy historians like the Ohara scholars, before accessing Robin to search for the Poneglyphs and draw their own conclusions. Nonetheless, Rayleigh offered Robin the opportunity to hear information from him, but he declined his offer and chose to continue pursuing the Poneglyphs himself. Joy Boy to Poseidon. When Jack and the Beasts Pirates stormed Zou in search of Raizo from Wano Country, the Mink Tribe chained him to the Poneglyph Path within the Whale Tree to keep him from showing himself. Seventeen days later, the Straw Hats, Trafalgar D. Water Law., and fellow samurai Raizo freed him from the Poneglyph. When Robin noted the red color, Duke Inuarashi explained that it had a different purpose than the usual blue Poneglyphs and gave him permission to read it. After Robin deciphered the Road Poneglyph, Inuarashi explained his purpose of revealing Raftel's location when his information was combined with information from the three Road Poneglyphs. other. Cobra and his daughter Nefertari Vivi left Alabasta to attend the Levely. Despite his poor health, Cobra wanted to attend as he planned to ask the World Government about Poneglyphs, a wish he had since his encounter with Robin.

D Roger broke into the same room over twenty years ago to interpret the Poneglyphs.

The Charlotte Ponlin Road Poneglyph became an attractive target for the Straw Hat Pirates when they invaded her country to take Sanji out of her clutches. Brook and Pedro underwent their own side operation to make copies of the poneglyphs, while the rest of the crew focused on Sanji, and eventually, Brook was able to break into his poneglyph arsenal and defeat his bodyguards. Linlin subdued him personally for this, and after defeating him, he recounted how he failed to stop Gol. D Roger broke into the same room over twenty years ago to interpret the Poneglyphs. Linlin also revealed that members of the Three Eyes Tribe have the potential to awaken the ability to "hear the Voice of Everything" as Roger did, and currently, he is waiting for his daughter Charlotte Pudding (who is a descendant of both humans and the Three Eyes tribe) to awaken this ability and took him to Raftel. Despite being defeated, Brook is later revealed to have managed to make copies of Linlin's three Poneglyphs, so the Straw Hats now have access to information from the two Road Poneglyphs. Zoro and Chopper see the first poneglyphs shown in the anime.

The first artifact that was actually recognized as a poneglyph was seen in Alabasta in Episode 123. However, another poneglyph was seen in Episode 102, also in Alabasta, when Luffy, Zoro, and Chopper got lost in the desert and fell through the top of an ancient ruin where the Poneglyphs were half seen. buried in the sand. However, it means nothing to the series, as it is featured in filler episodes. The poneglyphs seem to be heavily based on real-life Egyptian hieroglyphs, as they both have "-glyph" at the end of them and they both have ancient texts written on them. The first time a Poneglyph appears in this series is in Alabasta, which is a giant desert country, which could be a reference to Egypt, the real-life ancient desert country where hieroglyphs originated. One Piece Manga and Anime - Vol. 22 Chapter 202 (p. 18) and Episode 102, Robin finds Alabasta's Poneglyph. 2.0 2.1 One Piece Manga and Anime - Vol. 81 Chapter 818 (p. 13) and Episode 770, Nekomamushi reveals that the Kozuki Clan created the Poneglyphs. One Piece Manga and Anime - Vol. 41 Chapter 398 (p. 3) and Episode 278, Robin is declared a high priority target of the World Government as the only person alive who can read the Poneglyphs. One Piece Manga and Anime - Vol. 41 Chapter 395 (p. 6) and Episode 277, Clover states that the Poneglyphs are indestructible. One Piece Manga and Anime - Vol.


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