One Piece Chapter 1083
Is Dragon's burning of the World Government Glag is a callback to the same done by Luffy in the Enies Lobby arc? (Image via Shueisha, Eiichiro Oda)

The latest One Piece Chapter 1083 spoilers are all over the internet as the Revolutionary Army has declared war upon the Celestial Dragons. However, this was not the first time in One Piece that someone burned the World Government Flag.

The latest spoilers have covered a lot of the details about the various developments. The rise of the Holy Knights, Cobra’s mysterious death, and the Revolutionary Army’s declaration of war against the World Government are some of the most vital issues in Chapter 1083. Moreover, the last activity reminds the fans of Luffy. Dragon’s army burned down the World Government Flag which is similar to what Luffy did at Enies Lobby to save Robin. Hence, keep reading as we detail out the parallels between the father and the son in One Piece Chapter 1083.

Dragon’s army reminds the fans of Luffy as the World Government Flag is burned yet again

In One Piece Chapter 1083 spoilers, Sabo reveals some interesting details. Amidst the chaos in Marie Jois, the Revolutionary Army has apparently fulfilled all of its goals in the chapter. As the final objective is completed, the Revolutionary Army declares war on the Celestial Dragons and the World Government.

  • The objectives of killing of the food supply in Marie Jois, saving Kuma, and declaring war on the Celestial Dragons are all accomplished. Moreover, Dragon now warns the army members about the Holy Knights, a secret faction working under the Celestial Dragons. Although a war between the two extremists was impending, having the Holy Knights should surely be a boost for the World Government.
  • Moreover, fans all over the world are awestruck by the sheer similarity between the scenarios of the Straw Hats in Enies Lobby and the Revolutionary Army in Marie Jois. 

Dragon’s army burning the World Government Symbol is a callback to Luffy

During the Enies Lobby arc, Robin was captured by the Cipher Pol 9 under the orders of the World Government. Enraged by the unfair capture of one of his comrades, Luffy declared war on the World Government by burning down their flag.

  • In Episode 278 of One Piece, Luffy orders Sogeking to burn down the flag of the World Government. It takes the entire fandom by surprise even today as no one expected Luffy to resort to such drastic measures to save just one of his comrades. Hence, it is easily one of the most significant moments in the history of One Piece.
  • In One Piece Chapter 1083, Oda reminded the fans of Luffy’s bravery in Enies Lobby. Incidentally, Luffy’s father, Dragon is the leader of the Revolutionary Army. Although they burned the symbol of the Celestial Dragons, it evidently reminiscent of Luffy.

Of course, the fans did not fail to spot this clever addition. Rather it is all thanks to Oda’s genius handiwork to make the fans revisit Episode 278 of One Piece.

This was everything you had to know about Dragon’s declaration of war and its similarity to Luffy’s one in Enies Lobby. As the manga heads into the final saga, the biggest war in the history of One Piece is just around the corner.

Souhardya Choudhury is a veteran musician and an audio engineer but has now been writing as a journalist at Spiel Times. He is currently pursuing Media Science and Film Making as his major. He also considers himself a hardcore gamer as Souls games like Elden Ring, Sekiro, and Dark Souls series are his go-to genre for gaming. RPG open-world games come next.