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Luffy Current Power

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What is Luffy's Current Power Level/Rank?
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Jetpack
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Obvious Poll question regarding Luffys current power level after 2 years of training.

So without fervor ado Vegata what does the scanner say about his power level?

secretdesires
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I'm not going to speculate.
I'll wait for the next chapter to find out

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I'd reckon Definitely above Fleet Admiral
For sure!

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Quote from Jetpack
Obvious Poll question regarding Luffys current power level after 2 years of training.

So without fervor ado Vegata what does the scanner say about his power level?


Considering Lucci was 4000, Luffy's definitely in the 9000 range now if not more.

I'd say Luffy's probably in the Reyleigh range now after learning to use and control haki, those logia users in the marines aren't going to stand a chance now...

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Come on if even Rayleigh taught him all he had to teach after just a year and a half and if he's already defeated shichibukai level enemies before, he's got to be at Yonkou level atleast and should be able to deal with any pesky hakki users easily now biggrin

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Obvious Poll question regarding Luffys current power level after 2 years of training.

So without fervor ado Vegata what does the scanner say about his power level?


Considering Lucci was 4000, Luffy's definitely in the 9000 range now if not more.

I'd say Luffy's probably in the Reyleigh range now after learning to use and control haki, those logia users in the marines aren't going to stand a chance now...


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Quote from greydrak
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Obvious Poll question regarding Luffys current power level after 2 years of training.

So without fervor ado Vegata what does the scanner say about his power level?


Considering Lucci was 4000, Luffy's definitely in the 9000 range now if not more.

I'd say Luffy's probably in the Reyleigh range now after learning to use and control haki, those logia users in the marines aren't going to stand a chance now...

they are strong haki users too... dont underestimate the powers of the admirals. so far, only Akainu has been fighting for real. well, thats a lie but hes still the only one who has had a prolonged fight with an individual stronger than he (as far as i know, Rayliegh = Kizaru in power).

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lets be honest... we've never seen an Admiral in an all or nothing fight (except possibly Akainu). Even if Luffy was able to defeat some Shichibukai (they were quite possibly the weakest) I mean, he couldn't even land a hit on Hawkeye at the battle of Marineford. I'd say that he definitely can best a Vice Admiral, with Admirals and Yonkou at a push.

Can't wait until next chapter... eyes

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This is a tough question. We've really only seen one Yonkou in action (Whitebeard). I mean, we can pretty much guarantee that Shanks is a badass, but we haven't seen him in a full on fight yet. As for the other two, we have no clue how they even look. However, Whitebeard was called the strongest man in the world, meaning that chances are the other two aren't as strong as him. They might be now after the two year time skip, but it's also very possible that they've already maxed out their potential.

The Shichibukai, well, they're unbalanced. Some are really strong (Hawkeye, Donflamingo, Kuma). Others don't seem very impressive, ie. were already defeated by Luffy prior to the time skip (Moria, Crocodile). And the others (Jinbei, Hancock), seem strong, but no way to determine how they would have faired against Luffy prior to the time skip, let alone now. I reckon Luffy was already at Shichibukai level before the time skip.

I doubt he's at Fleet Admiral level.

There's a possibility he may be at Admiral level. He learned how to use Haki, which means he can actually touch these guys now. But touching them does not mean he can beat them. It's a push until further notice.

Along with Shichibukai, Vice Admiral is the weakest of the group. Grant it, there are probably some Vice Admirals like Garp who are strong enough to be an Admiral, but choose not to. However, as a whole, I think Luffy was already strong enough to take on some Vice Admirals prior to the time skip. He's probably past the Vice Admiral level by now.

If I had to choose one, I'd say it's between Admiral and Yonkou. Admiral because he now knows how to control Haki, and Yonkou because we don't know how strong the other Yonkou are, but they're likely weaker than Whitebeard. He was already at Shichibukai and Vice Admiral level prior to the time skip, in my eyes, and I doubt he's Fleet Admiral level. But he needs to have improved a lot over two years, so it's got to be either Admiral or Yonkou.

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I like sandman's response, prolonged and informative. From all angles I support it, but I also got to chim in that eiichiro oda got a forumal for one piece arcs(for many, some don't though). First Luffy loses, then he gets a new move or powers up, then he wins. So all we can assume is that he can beat most of who he lost to before like Kuma, but not near the tip of the food chain.

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I seem to remember in one chapter that someone mentioned that Yonkou, Shichibukai and the marine Admiral balanced each other out. From that statement i deduced that they are equally strong as a group and IMO Luffy already are head and shoulder with some of them before the time skip.

That was before the time skip and now, i truly believed that he belong somewhere among those bigshots and Zoro too for that matter considering that he was trained by the strongest swordsman in the world.

Let's just say that he currently have enough power to protect his nakama and if they combine their strength together during a fight, i'm betting that even a Yonkou would have trouble confronting them cool

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ok you guys are totally not taking into account how long it toke the series to get here 10 years for the half way point which i really want another 10 years for the finish haha, but if i had to use the time as a variable luffy powers should only be at a level where he should be stronger than all shichibukai, he should be no where near a admiral still, and don't even talk about yonkou

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Quote from tWrong
ok you guys are totally not taking into account how long it toke the series to get here 10 years for the half way point which i really want another 10 years for the finish haha, but if i had to use the time as a variable luffy powers should only be at a level where he should be stronger than all shichibukai, he should be no where near a admiral still, and don't even talk about yonkou

The problem with this assessment is that while it has been 13 years since the manga started, it has not been more than a year in the actual series timeline. So, the duration of the time skip was over twice as long as the duration of the series until this point. So yes, there should be a significant gap in his power now as opposed to before the time skip. He did get much stronger in over the course of the series, and seeing as he got training in controlling Haki, there's no reason to believe he didn't get exponentially stronger.

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Quote from tWrong
ok you guys are totally not taking into account how long it toke the series to get here 10 years for the half way point which i really want another 10 years for the finish haha, but if i had to use the time as a variable luffy powers should only be at a level where he should be stronger than all shichibukai, he should be no where near a admiral still, and don't even talk about yonkou


ummm, lol but that in one piece time is like not even a year long.

I disagree with sandman1008
to defeat Moria, it took the entire Strawhats crew and alot of shadows. I meant Nightmare Luffy could potentially destroyed the like of Kuma. As for Crocodile, he almost kill Luffy twice. Granted Luffy didn't have gear 2 and 3 then. But I think Crocodile is one of the smartest guy in One Piece.

Kinda hard to pint point of Luffy's power level, but I think it all depend on whose his opponent is. As strong as Mihawk is, he is a disadvantage against diamond Jozu. (not saying who is stronger)

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no matter where you ranked him before it is clear that luffy just went from super sayian 1 to super sayian 4 funny how the big three all did power ups at the same time...

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Quote from movingstone
I disagree with sandman1008
to defeat Moria, it took the entire Strawhats crew and alot of shadows. I meant Nightmare Luffy could potentially destroyed the like of Kuma. As for Crocodile, he almost kill Luffy twice. Granted Luffy didn't have gear 2 and 3 then. But I think Crocodile is one of the smartest guy in One Piece.

True about Moria. But then again, he didn't get the opportunity to fight Moria one on one because Moria chose to have his underlings do all the fighting. Oars was a much bigger threat than Moria himself. This is evident by the fact that Moria was removed from the Shichibukai, even though he did not do anything to hurt the government. He was removed because he was too weak (Donflamingo's words).

As for Crocodile, well, doesn't that strengthen my argument? If Crocodile is as strong and smart as you claim, doesn't that make the fact that Luffy defeated him even more impressive? It also means that the likelihood that he is Admiral level, or at least stronger than the Shichibukai, all the more possible.

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