Rubeck Island is a fictional location in the popular manga and its anime adaptation, the One Piece series, written and illustrated by Eiichiro Oda.
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Rubeck Island is an island located in North Blue in the One Piece World.
Volume 77 Chapter 765: Minion, the Isle of Fate (mentioned)
Episode 704: The Time is Ticking Down! Seize the Ope Ope no Mi! (mentioned)
Rubeck Island is located in the North Blue region. However, almost nothing is known about it.
In chapter 765 of the manga, during Trafalgar D. Water Law’s backstory, it was revealed that Rubic Island was the location where a pirate by the name of Diez Barrels planned to trade the Ope Ope no Mi, also known as the Op-Op Fruit, to the Marines in exchange for a sizable sum of money thirteen years ago.
The information regarding the inhabitants of Rubeck Island is yet to be made available.
Rubeck Island has yet to make an appearance, so nothing is known about its wildlife or geography.
The names of the English ships that took part in the Battle of San Juan de Ula, in which Francis Drake (the namesake of X Drake) commanded the English fleet, gave rise to Rubeck, Minion, and the surrounding islands Swallow.
A. Rubeck Island is an island located in North Blue in the One Piece World. It was where a pirate named Diez Barrels planned to trade the Ope Ope no Mi, also known as the Op-Op Fruit, to the Marines in exchange for a sizable sum of money thirteen years ago.
A. Swallow Island is an island situated in North Blue. It is located south of Rubeck Island and Minion Island. After Rosinante’s death, Law chose to settle here for a while, and it was here that he first met a few of his first crew mates.
A. The Ope Ope no Mi, also known as the Op-Op Fruit, is a Paramecia-type Devil Fruit that transforms its user into a Free Modification Human. It grants its user the ability to manifest a spherical space in which the user can manipulate the orientation, movements, and physical configuration of anything and anyone (themselves included) in a “surgical” fashion. It was consumed by Trafalgar D. Water Law, who was force-fed by Donquixote Rosinante. Before Law, the fruit’s powers were under the possession of a certain famous doctor.