Spoiler Alert: This article contains major spoilers for One Piece chapter 1095.
In the latest One Piece chapter #1095, we finally learn about Kuma’s sad past, which might be the most tragic one in the series so far. This chapter sheds light on Kuma’s race, his awful history, and how he got involved with the Revolutionary Army.
Fans had been waiting for this reveal since Chapter #1074 when Bonney discovered Kuma’s memories. Although it seemed like the reveal was delayed, Chapter #1095 surprised fans with Kuma’s heartbreaking backstory.
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Chapter #1095 Reveals Kuma’s Tragic Buccaneer Ancestry and Family Fate
In Chapter #1095, it’s revealed that Kuma and his father are part of the Buccaneer race, which shares common ancestry with the Giants. Their race committed a serious offense against the World Government, leading to Kuma and his parents being enslaved after Government officials at the hospital where Kuma was born exposed their true identity.
Tragically, Kuma’s mother passed away shortly after, and his father was killed by a Celestial Dragon for making too much noise while trying to uplift Kuma by talking about Sun God Nika and mimicking Nika’s drum-like heartbeat.
As if losing both parents and being enslaved by the Celestial Dragons weren’t heartbreaking enough, Kuma was taken to God Valley, along with other troublesome slaves, to be hunted down alongside the island’s inhabitants in a cruel game orchestrate by the Celestial Dragons.
The chapter also reveals that Kuma attempted to escape and encountered two other slaves: Emporio Ivankov and a little girl named Ginny, who bears similarities to Bonney in appearance.
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Is Ginny Bonney’s Future Mother? Clues from the God Valley Incident Year in One Piece
Ginny might be Bonney’s future mother considering their similar looks and behavior. This flashback happens during the God Valley Incident year, so Kuma and Ivankov might know what happened on the island 38 years ago.
That’s why the Five Elders wanted to erase Kuma’s sense of self and put a high price on Ivankov and other Revolutionaries’ heads, even though they were already in trouble for treason and rebellion.
Kuma has been a mysterious character in One Piece for a long time, and his backstory has surprised fans. His story, like others who suffered under the World Nobles, shows how messed up the One Piece world is and how cruel the Celestial Dragons are, especially with each new story arc.
Despite that, the Egghead has done a great job explaining things, and fans hope One Piece will keep revealing its big mysteries as the series goes on.
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