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    Hello everyone ;)

    I just read Ace's novel by Boichi. Not sure if all of it should be considered 100% canon, but I suppose so.

    Anyways, there's this guy in Deuce's flashback who says that there's no such thing as giants.

    And then there are people who still doubt the existence of devil fruits.

    This is a world where the Marineford War was broadcasted to so many islands it's fascinating how people wouldn't know what a devil fruit is or doubt that they exist, or that giants exist...

    They have newspapers... Don't they like inform their readers on things such as who has what power?

    I consider this to be a huge plothole, unless someone can explain this inconsistency to me... How come in some regions their knowledge is so limited, but in other places people seem to be much more informed. They read the same newspaper... Don't they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by desitoyo View Post
    Hello everyone ;)

    I just read Ace's novel by Boichi. Not sure if all of it should be considered 100% canon, but I suppose so.

    Anyways, there's this guy in Deuce's flashback who says that there's no such thing as giants.

    And then there are people who still doubt the existence of devil fruits.

    This is a world where the Marineford War was broadcasted to so many islands it's fascinating how people wouldn't know what a devil fruit is or doubt that they exist, or that giants exist...

    They have newspapers... Don't they like inform their readers on things such as who has what power?

    I consider this to be a huge plothole, unless someone can explain this inconsistency to me... How come in some regions their knowledge is so limited, but in other places people seem to be much more informed. They read the same newspaper... Don't they?
    Welcome to the forums!

    I doubt the Marineford war was broadcast to every island.
    There may be newspapers but Morgans has a tendency to exaggerate for the sake of an exciting headline, and I'm sure people know that.

    There's plenty of room for people on small islands located outside the Grand Line to still be in the dark about a lot of stuff, and from a storytelling standpoint it's just more interesting to hear things briefly mentioned as myths, legends, or outright lies before they're suddenly proven true.

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