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And his relationship with Luffy is very similiar to Ace & Luffy. Yes, Oda dropped a couple hints at a 3rd brother, but the fact is that Oda's. Nami chats with the supposedly famous Portgas D. Ace and it drifts to a common Oh wells, since Ace left really early I don't think their relationship would She had blurted out unknowingly; the question was at the tip of her. Luffy is Monkey D. Dragon's son and Ace is Gol D. Roger's son. of their age, grew up together on that island until they parted ways to start their own journey.
The similarities could just mean that the two are extremely like-minded individuals or it could mean that they are related. While in prison, Roger asks Garp to take care of his unborn son, Ace. From this, it is obvious that there's a strong bond between the two. Is the relationship based only on deep trust or are the Gol and Monkey families related?
Is Roger related by blood to Garp, and in turn, to Luffy? A search on the web doesn't yield much, but from threads like thisthis and thisa few likely possibilities barring all supernatural theories are: Roger is Garp's brother or brother-in-law.
Roger is Garp's son or son-in-law. If the relationship had been revealed explicitly, Wikipedia and Wikia would have the answer. Since the answer to the above question might possibly be 'no' at least for the time beingthe ages of the people involved will be helpful pointers to accord with or negate theories about how Roger and Luffy could be related, to form one's own theories, or to refute the very idea that they are related.
As of now, only Luffy's and Ace's ages are known, which leads to my third question, 3. Ace first intervened to protect Luffy from Smoker in Nanohana. Later, when he discovered that Blackbeard meant to kill Luffy and hand him over to the World GovernmentAce immediately warned him that he would not let him lay a finger on his little brother.
Despite their closeness, Luffy often made Ace angry and frequently worried him by doing reckless things. Another instance would be when Ace was being transported to Marineford. He was however, constantly worrying about Luffy's welfare, repeatedly saying his name and thinking about him. Though frequently worried by Luffy's extravagant recklessness, inwardly Ace seemed quite proud of his brother's past exploits; in the anime, he was shown grinning slightly as he listened to Garp, visiting him in prison, discussing Luffy's ruckus-raising on Enies Lobby and Sabaody.
He was quite overjoyed when he learned that Luffy had gained his first bounty and wasted no time showing the wanted poster to Whitebeard himself. After Luffy's unceremonious entrance into the fray at MarinefordMarco had no trouble identifying him as the brother Ace was always talking about, even prior to Luffy loudly declaring it for all to hear.
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He also ensured Luffy had a way of meeting up with him by giving him a Vivre Card. They respected each others choices despite their differences and understood that the other was strong enough to look after himself. Luffy believed that if he grew worried about Ace and rushed to his aid, Ace's ego would not allow it, so he initially left him alone even after discovering that Ace was hurt via the Vivre Card.
However, when he learned that Ace had been captured and was due for execution and saw that Ace's Vivre Card had burnt down to a tenth of its original size, Luffy decided take a side trip and save Ace instead of sailing directly from Amazon Lily to the Sabaody Archipelago to reunite with his crew. Ace appears on the news about Luffy's return. Ace's protectiveness of his brother was seen again when both the Whitebeard Pirates and Luffy had invaded Marineford in order to save him and he told Luffy to turn back.
Luffy refused and pressed on while proclaiming he would save him.
Ace was later surprised at Luffy's ability to use Haoshoku Haki and realized his brother had a potential that he was not aware of. After Luffy freed him, the two fought by each other's side and Ace did not even hesitate to throw his life away to save Luffy as he leaped in the way to shield his brother from Akainu as the admiral struck.
Ace's only regret was that he would not live to see Luffy achieve his dream, which he believed Luffy undoubtedly would. Ace passed on smiling, while Luffy collapsed into mindless grief over his beloved brother's death.
In fact, one of the reasons why the Whitebeard Pirates would defend Luffy is because he is Ace's beloved brother.
Sabo Edit Sabo was Ace's good friend and brother from ten years ago. They had planned to become pirates by saving money to buy a pirate ship, a joint attempt that began five years before Luffy followed Ace to the Gray Terminal and to Sabo. Sabo was one of the two people Ace considered a brother along with Luffy. They drank sake together to seal their bond as brothers.
When Sabo sacrificed his happiness to save Ace's and Luffy's lives from his father's wrath, Ace decided to forget Sabo for the moment, thinking that if Sabo would be happy, then he and Luffy should be proud. However, after Sabo was presumably killed at the hands of Saint JalmackAce regretted his previous decision, flew into a rage, and attempted to kill the noble in revenge, but was stopped by Dadan, and later wept at the apparent loss of his brother, despite earlier claiming to Luffy that men should not cry.
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Before dying, Ace mentioned Sabo as one of the reasons that ever made him want to live in the first place. Tragically enough, Sabo survived this event - but because Sabo had amnesia and thus couldn't reveal himself to Ace or Luffy, Ace died without ever knowing that Sabo was alive the entire time. Two years after Ace's death, Sabo would visit Ace's grave and went on to inherit his brother's power to carry on his memory. Rouge Edit Rouge was Ace's mother, who carried him in her womb for 20 months in order to protect the innocent child from the clutches of the World Government.