‘One Piece’: Is Saint Mjosgard Dead? Here’s What Happened to Him!

One Piece: Is Saint Mjosgard Dead? Here's What Happened to Him!
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The World Nobles, also known as the Celestial Dragons, are descendants of 19 of the 20 founding Kings of the organization known as the World Government in the lore of Eiichiro Oda’s One Piece manga. They are vile snobs who use their political influence to hide their weaknesses, which is why practically everyone despises them. But, even among them, some intriguing characters diverge from the usual pattern; one is definitely Saint Donquixote Mjosgard. Saint Mjosgard is a character who has done a lot to show that not all World Nobles are vile and that they can change after experiencing the world as it truly is. In this article, we are going to tell you how that worked out for him and what happened to him in the series.

Saint Mjosgard was sentenced to die. Saint Donquixote Mjosgard is a World Noble and a member of the Donquixote family, although he is not a close relative of Doflamingo’s. He was like all the World Nobles, but once Otohime saved his life at one point, he changed his world views and became a wholly different person, which is why the other World Nobles did not like him. He caused several incidents, including the one when he beat up Saint Charlos, and was recently accused of orchestrating the failed attempt at Charlos’ life, which is why the God’s Knights sentenced him to death.

The rest of this article will be about Saint Mjosgard, his backstory, and his role in the world of Oda’s One Piece series. We will introduce you to his history and tell you what exactly happened to him, how he developed as a character, and tell you where Saint Mjosgard is now and what he is doing in the current narrative of the manga. This article will contain some spoilers, so if you’re not fully up-to-date with everything, you have been warned.

Saint Mjosgard is an atypical World Noble in every way imaginable

Mjosgard spent much of his time collecting Fish-Men and spending a lot of money to get them until Fisher Tiger freed them from slavery by assaulting Mary Geoise. Eight years before the start of the narrative, shortly after Jinbei became a member of the Seven Warlords of the Sea, Mjosgard decided to take back his freed slaves. He embarked on a voyage to Fish-Man Island, but his vessel was the target of an attack by a large sea creature, a Sea King, thus leaving the vessel at the mercy of the sea currents as it was left unmanned.

Even if severely wounded, Mjosgard still managed to survive and landed on the island, immediately demanding a bubble of resin and medical care. At that point, a group of Sun Pirates recognized him as their tormentor and, after surrounding him, decided to kill him in revenge for all the atrocities they had suffered under him. However, Queen Otohime intervened in time by intercepting the bullet, but the World Noble, not being grateful to her at all, took her hostage by pointing a gun at her.

Shirahoshi, worried about her mother’s fate, involuntarily recalled the Sea Kings who terrified Mjosgard with their presence; he then lost his mind completely and passed out. Despite this, Mjosgard was cured by Aladine at Otohime’s request. After a few weeks, he left for Mary Geoise in a ship given to him by the king and, albeit reluctantly, accepted the queen’s request to sail with him. In the few days she spent in Mary Geoise, she changed his character to the point that Mjosgard no longer wanted to have personal slaves.

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When Charlos attempts to capture Shirahoshi with the help of the CP0, Neptune sets about attacking the World Noble, who orders Rob Lucci to kill the Fish-Man. However, Mjosgard intervenes by hitting his peer using a spiked club, asking forgiveness for his actions, and showing Neptune his gratitude for what Otohime did for him ten years earlier. Shortly thereafter, Mjosgard states that he will stay with the mermaid for the duration of the Levely and that he will take responsibility for any actions aimed at protecting the princesses.

On the fourth day of the Levely, in the social square, Bartholomew Kuma captures Shirahoshi on Charlos’ orders, and the World Nobles present, instead of helping, flee in fear. Sai asks him if he can kill the World Noble, so Mjosgard replies to do with him what he wants and that he will take responsibility, then proceeds to stop Fukaboshi standing in front of him and urges him to leave it to others.

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The Fish-Man asked what had changed, explaining that he and his brothers will not stand there and let Shirahoshi be abused; Mjosgard then points out that their allies have no kingdom to take charge of because they are pirates: Sai and Leo violently strike Charlos on her head, deforming him and knocking him unconscious. Just when Kuma is charging another laser beam to hit the two pirates, Morley grabs him to prevent him and then carries him away, leaving with Karasu.

Mjosgard is then accused of having let those responsible for the attempted assassination of Charlos escape. The World Government then summons God’s Knights to investigate, and these guys determine that Saint Mjosgard is to blame for what happened and that the failed assassination of Saint Charlos can undoubtedly be attributed to him. Days later, Figarland Garling, one of the God’s Knights and a member of the Figarland Family, judges him guilty and sentences Mjosgard to death for defending the Fish-Men.

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The latter piece of information is taken from the preview of the upcoming Chapter 1086 of the One Piece manga. At this moment, Mjosgard’s ultimate fate remains unknown, and we have to see whether he will survive again this time. The World Government is seemingly preparing for an all-out war, and it is unlikely that the snobs in the World Government will tolerate Mjosgard’s noble actions. This is why his future is up in the air at this moment, and we’ll have to see what happens in the manga to know more.

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