One of the latest discussions is who is Rock D. Xebec son . This has opened many discussions between fans . Many theorize that Rocks D. Xebec’s son is either Shanks ,Blackbeard or Rocks D. Tar.
Shanks Red-Haired Shanks is a legendary and powerful pirate in the Grand Line. Being the captain of the Red Haired Pirate Crew and one of the Four Emperors in the second half of the grand line.
Teories about Shanks
Somewhere in west blue is where Shank is from. Doesn’t refute his relationship to Rocks. I believe it refutes the claim that he was raised completely aboard Rogers’ ship.
Additionally, Captain John can be seen in the thriller Bark (which is an island from west blue). In order to support the hypothesis, I believe it is plausible that God Valley is located somewhere in West Blue. Roger left Shanks on an unspecified island until he was mature enough to embark on a voyage at sea. Shanks, who is 39, would have been a baby at the time of the 38-year-old God Valley Incident. We are aware that Garp avoids discussing the God Valley Incident. What if his discovery of Shanks there was a contributing factor?
Along with Roger, he killed Rocks. The two of them later discovered Shanks the child on Xebec’s ship. Garp felt he had two options: let him die or let Roger take him with his crew. Because he knew the Planet Government would not welcome a child of Rocks D. Xebec into the world. Shanks became an apprentice on Roger’s ship in this manner. Another crucial element: This would support Roger’s decision to give Garp responsibility for Ace. Roger was aware that Garp would not permit the World Government to imprison or kill a child of a pirate because of the God Valley Incident and Shanks.
Rocks D. Tar
Rockstar is a member of the Red Hair Pirates, being relatively new in the crew two years ago.Rockstar is a self-assured man who exudes a strong feeling of pride. He wanted to fight Whitebeard’s men for insulting him and tarnishing his reputation. Additionally, he made an effort to highlight the significance of the letter he handed to Whitebeard by drawing on the power of his commander. He appears to be quite devoted to his captain, defending him in front of Whitebeard.
Teories about Rocks D.Tar
The World Government attempted to disguise his original name, just as they did with “Gold” Roger, by leaving off the D and giving him the new name RocksTar. The connections were evident previously, but the World Government’s history of hiding names from the D. clan only serves to emphasize them. The Gorosei openly expressed their worry about the D. name becoming too well-known.
Many believe Tar joined Shanks’ gang because he was a member of Roger’s crew, which killed Tar’s father. Tar is preparing to betray his captain in a manner similar to Blackbeard in an effort to exact revenge on Xebec. When Shanks thinks the time is right, he will act and Blackbeard will have their fated battle.
Following Shanks’ demise and the loss of both hands, Blackbeard—who also respects Xebec and is currently in charge of the Hachinosu (the pirates from the Rocks)—offers Tar the chance to join his crew. Which he will accept because his objective is to kill anyone who is connected to Rocks or accountable for his fall. With Blackbeard’s strength, Tar will be able to accomplish his objective, and his next victims will be Buggy, Garp, Bogard, Rayleigh, Gaban, and Crocus. Some of the remaining Roger pirates, including Erio, Taro, Doringo, Donquino, and Spencer, have already been killed by him.
The fact that many of his victims are people close to Luffy is also no coincidence.Each of Shanks, Rayleigh, and Garp hold a special place in Luffy’s heart, and their death would be extremely painful to him. This only serves to intensify the inevitable clash between the D.s at Laugh Tale, which will mimic the events in God Valley. This time, Marshall D. Teach and Rocks D. Tar will square off against Monkey D. Luffy to determine who will win the One Piece and succeed as the Pirate King.
Marshall D. Teach, most commonly referred to by his epithet Blackbeard, is the captain-turned-admiral of the Blackbeard Pirates, and one of the Four Emperors. He is also the only known person in history to wield the powers of two Devil Fruits.
Teories about Rocks Blackbeard
Rocks, not him, is his father. Chapter 957 of the One Piece manga has made a significant impression on One Piece fans all over the world, and we can all agree that it is one of the best written One Piece chapters ever! One thing in particular seemed clear given all the hints that Oda had previously provided, despite the deluge of knowledge that he had given us: Rocks is Blackbeard’s father.
First of all, the pirate island Beehive is where Blackbeard’s hideout resides. Until Sengoku revealed that Beehive was also Rock’s base of operations and the location where he initially put together his gang in chapter 957, this knowledge had little significance. Although it is possible to dismiss this as a coincidence, Blackbeard may be living on this island because of his father’s ties to it. The Saber of Xebec, the main battleship of Blackbeard.
The fact that we now know Rock’s full name was Rocks D. Xebec.But, has completely changed the way we see things. This fact isn’t widely known in the One Piece universe . Because the global government has destroyed all records of historical Rocks. Because of this, only Rock’s crew, Roger’s crew, and a very small number of retired marines would be aware of Rock’s real name. Rock’s full name is only known to Blackbeard if he is related to Rock in some way.
As a result, the name of his ship, Saber of Xebec, would literally change to The Sword of Xebec. Blackbeard, as we all know, is 40 years old and was raised as an orphan. 38 years ago, Rocks was killed. This would indicate that Blackbeard was 2 years old when Rocks passed away. And if Rocks had been his father, his passing would have left the young pirate on his own.