It is said that the golden age of pirates was forged by the death of the Pirate King Gol D. Roger while Whitebeard’s death caused an uproar among the pirates. In this article I am going to conclude whose death had the most impact on the pirate era, marines and the One Piece realm.
Then let’s get started already :
Impact of Roger’s death :
My fortune is yours for the taking… but you’ll have to find it first. I left everything I own in One Piece!
– Gol D. Roger
After Roger surrendered himself to the marines he was scheduled to be executed at Loguetown. But as he was about to die, Roger yelled out his famous last words. What was thought would be a warning to all and extinguish the hopes of all pirates had failed. The last words of Roger ignited the excitement of the world, and thus began “The Great Age of Pirates”, dubbed by a few as the “Age of Dreams”. The echoes of his influence resonate further into the current era, and have shaped most of the world after his death. And this ultimately gave birth to The legend of the “King of Pirates” and his treasure “One Piece” gave start to the “Great Age of Pirates”, where many pirates sailed in search of its location or to follow in Roger’s footsteps.