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Warship Edit

If it's a warship, then we should categorize it as a ship. Yatanogarasu 05:02, May 8, 2011 (UTC)

I agree, but just to double check where did it say that it was a warship again?DancePowderer Talk 05:12, May 8, 2011 (UTC)

Dunno, but the Water 7 said it was a warship, and that the shipwrights are to build another one if the first one is revived. Something like that. Yatanogarasu 05:27, May 8, 2011 (UTC)

Then add it.DancePowderer Talk 05:30, May 8, 2011 (UTC)

Done, but should we say it's affiliated with Alabasta, since the weapon's poneglyph was found in the country, or Water 7, since they did once have the blueprints? Yatanogarasu 06:19, May 8, 2011 (UTC)


question. did we ever confirm the alabasta poneglyph did contain info on pluton? maybe it was a red herring to keep the poneglyph safe only. as far as we know only Robin can read the poneglyphs and she denied pluton being on the poneglyph. whiel it did not have info ont he true history this does ot instantly mean it had info on pluton. the reason cobra acted so shocked is because the rumor had been pasted down the generations that it did but at the same time skypeia were told to protect the bellfrey unaware that the poneglyph was so important. it appears to me that however made the poneglyphs made rumors about them to make sure only people who would respect the knowledge could find them and that the glyphs remained safe for all time.152.91.9.153 08:06, June 23, 2011 (UTC)

It ws on the Arabasta Poneglyph. Robin had no intentions to give Crocodile the weapon. And can you explain that "rumor" thing more? I don't understand.74.105.224.17 11:05, July 16, 2011 (UTC)

It was stated by King Cobra and Robin confirmed later. An example is when learned about "Poseidon" in Skypiea, she said that it was something different from Alabasta's Pluton. leviathan_89 12:03, 16 July, 2011 (UTC)

Did Franky actually memorize the plans, or is that speculation?

Its from Pluton the greek god (Πλούτων) not PlutoEdit

Plouton is the alias of Hades but as the god of wealthAntonisgabrielides 22:40, November 19, 2011 (UTC)

I've found references for Pluton (no O) refering to both the god and the planet Pluto. Going with Poseidon, Pluton would make more sense since it's another war/sea god. You could add it as trivia, though. Just make sure it doesn't sound too speculative.DancePowderer Talk 00:36, November 20, 2011 (UTC)

Oh, I see you did already. Nevermind.DancePowderer Talk 00:38, November 20, 2011 (UTC)

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