The Origin of Oda's Inspiration to Create Im-sama in One Piece!

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The Origin of Oda's Inspiration to Create Im-sama in One Piece!

In the One Piece story, the World Government is an organization that governs all life in it. Including the various rules that have to do with pirates. This organization was founded hundreds of years ago, and consisted of about 20 kingdoms that had joined forces to attack the Ancient Kingdom. After being successful, they then started to establish this World Government organization.

The World Government itself is considered a god or god in the One Piece story, which is different from humans in general. The Gorosei or five star elders are the highest office holders in the World Government. However, there is another figure who is far more powerful than the Gorosei, namely Im. Not much can be known about Im's figure apart from speculation that he is a character who knows all history.

The Origin of Oda's Inspiration to Create Im-sama in One Piece!

Therefore Im is probably the oldest character and has eternal life. So far we still do not know what the true strength of Im. Does he have the strongest devil fruit in the world? Does he have the most powerful Haki in the world? Or are there other powers that haven't been introduced?

Talking about the figure of Im, there is an interesting theory that has developed among fans about the origin and inspiration of Oda Sensei regarding the figure of Im. According to his theory, the figure Im was likely adapted from the Canaanite god of the sea, Ym (yam). This god controlled the entire ocean and fought Baal before the creation of this world. [post_ads]

The Origin of Oda's Inspiration to Create Im-sama in One Piece!

Canaan itself is an area around Jordan, Israel, Palestine, Syria, and also Lebanon. In the Canaanite language, Ym itself means 'sea'. Ym fights against Baal to determine who is the ruler of this world. In the story, Ym is indeed the winner, and this is also in accordance with what is shown in the One Piece story.

Im becoming the ruler of the world and he is trying to erase all things that come from the past from history. He then creates a new world, the world that his current story shows. Eiichiro Oda is known to always present real figures or mythological creatures to appear in his stories, and this could be one proof of that. Hopefully Oda Sensei will explain a lot about Im before the story is over. (Featured Image: geeq.id) [post_ads_2]

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