ALL of my "AK was evil" talk is entirely confined to this thread and Ashura Fisher King's description of them.
Ok, fair enough
By OP world do you mean the Grand Line? Because NONE of that is a feature of the Blues. Which are by far most of the world.
Well, the grand line accounts for at least a 10% of OP world.
An anomaly on 10% of "something" is a sensible anomaly to take into account.
How the heck are you comparing a dam to the destruction of an entire continent lol.
I'm talking about the fact that important historic landmarks had to be moved because because the construction of the dam was important for the economy and lives of the Egyptian people, that's what I compare, the meaning of the dam, not the dam itself.
And anyway for this theory I'm taking into account destroying only Reverse Mountain and Marijoa, not the whole RedLine.
The destruction of the Grand Line would negatively impact various islands like Saobody, Loguetown, Jaya, and Water7. Their economies would be severely hurt.
Indeed, in the first years, mostly for Loguetown, Shabaody and Jaya which relies on commerce with Pirates, though they could revert to tourism as places where the Pirate King had accomplished great achievements.
Water 7 would receive a major imput in building ships since navigation would be easier.
The WG has never shown in the modern story a fear of cultures getting close at all. They were clearly trying hard to improve things on the racial front (over their past mistakes I imagine). We had an unknown World Noble give Otohime a signature. And we had Jimbei's recruitment as Shichi, something the Gorusei lamented the loss of.
Often WG is messed with World Nobles which are the real problem.
We still donìt know clearly the relation between WG and WN.
Wano is the ONLY example we've ever been given unless Skypiea be counted. The implication so far has been that places outside the WG are probably insubstantial forces.
Well, it's said that Marines are scared about Wano warriors, and I think Kin'emon isn't one of the strongest.
The main reason I'm calling it eco-terrorism was detailed earlier in the thread.
I missed it sorry