Here is everything you need to know about the 5 known Poneglyph in One Piece.
The Poneglyph Of Zou
Given Zunesha’s age, it comes as no surprise that the centuries-old beast would be home to one of One Piece‘s many Poneglyphs. However, the Poneglyph of Zou is ever more important than most. One of the four Poneglyphs that when combined, provide the location of Laugh Tale.
Although the Poneglyph of Zou was hidden within the Whale Tree, the Straw Hat Pirates found it. As One Piece gears up for its final saga, the information learned through their discovery of the Road Poneglyph will prove to be a vital asset.
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The Poneglyph Of Alabasta Kingdom
Poneglyphs are first mentioned during the Alabasta Arc. It is revealed that the Crocodile’s interest in the Alabasta Kingdom is largely related to their possession of one of the ancient objects. Monkey D. Luffy and the Straw Hat Pirates fight tooth and nail against the Warlord of the Sea. In the end, they are successful in defeating him and burying the Poneglyph he sought.
The Poneglyph of Alabasta Kingdom held the location of the Ancient Weapon Pluton. It makes it one of the most dangerous artifacts in the entirety of One Piece.
The Two Unknown Poneglyphs Of Totto Land
Brook reveals he has transcribed Big Mom’s Road Poneglyph. Many One Piece fans quickly forget he also copied two other Poneglyphs that were in her possession. The contents of these two Poneglyphs are still a mystery. But that doesn’t mean their relationship to the series’ narrative is completely unknown.
One of these two Poneglyphs was acquired by Jinbe when he still served as captain of the Sun Pirates. Shortly after retrieving it, he delivered it to the Big Mom Pirates. While the origin of the other unknown Poneglyph has yet to be revealed.
The Poneglyph Of Fish-Man Island
Joy Boy’s relevance to the One Piece narrative has steadily grown stronger throughout each arc. Within the island’s Sea Forest, the Straw Hat Pirates discover a Poneglyph that differs greatly from any previously discovered.
The Poneglyph of Fish-Man Island reads as an apology letter penned directly by the legendary Joy Boy. In the letter, he apologizes for his failure to help the Fish Men raise their ship, Noah.
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The Poneglyph Of Shandora
Information about the Ancient Weapons is sparse. However, the Straw Hat Pirates have been fortunate enough to find multiple Poneglyphs detailing their locations. One such instance is the Poneglyph of Shandora, which Monkey D. Luffy and his crew discover during the fight against Enel in Skypiea.
The Shandorians guarded the Poneglyph of Shandora from the time of the Void Century. They protected its contents — the location of the Ancient Weapon Poseidon — for over 800 years. Nico Robin informs the tribe that they have fulfilled their duty after she reads it.