Theories Theory of the Month - April 2020

Vote for your favourites!

  • Entry #1

    Votes: 1 8.3%
  • Entry #2

    Votes: 2 16.7%
  • Entry #3

    Votes: 2 16.7%
  • Entry #4

    Votes: 1 8.3%
  • Entry #5

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Entry #6

    Votes: 2 16.7%
  • Entry #7

    Votes: 2 16.7%
  • Entry #8

    Votes: 3 25.0%
  • Entry #9

    Votes: 2 16.7%
  • Entry #10

    Votes: 3 25.0%
  • Entry #11

    Votes: 1 8.3%
  • Entry #12

    Votes: 1 8.3%
  • Entry #13

    Votes: 2 16.7%
  • Entry #14

    Votes: 2 16.7%
  • Entry #15

    Votes: 4 33.3%

  • Total voters
    12
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Welcome to the next
Theory of the Month event!

In the next 2 weeks you can decide
which theory deserves to be called
Best Theory of April* 2020!

And these are the theories you can vote for:
*since there was no ToM - March 2020, this event also features all theories published in March
  1. Wano and Alabasta Connection [One Piece]
  2. Kuzan - The "Survivor" of Ohara! Ver 1.0.0 [One Piece]
  3. Void Century - P.1 Will of D [One Piece]
  4. Hydraulic shock incoming! Bad end musical begins and it's now time to "face the music" [One Piece]
  5. Shigaraki's Thanos Finger Snap [My Hero Academia]
  6. Captain Kuro is inspired by 1984 character O’Brien: will return as a Cipher Pol agent and head his own agency [One Piece]
  7. Oda foreshadowed the downfall of the Revolutionary Army with his eerie 1984 parallells. [One Piece]
  8. What to Look for in a Woman - The Female Straw Hat Patterns [One Piece]
  9. Where Are All of the Ladies? - The Straw Hat Gender Pattern [One Piece]
  10. Just a Matter of Time - The Delayed Recruitment Pattern [One Piece]
  11. Spelling It Out - The Straw Hat Alphabet Pattern [One Piece]
  12. Something's Been Bugging Me - Insect Devil Fruit Users Theory [One Piece]
  13. Some Legs to Stand On - The SMILE/Centaur Connection [One Piece]
  14. The Life of Joy Boy [One Piece]
  15. Who is Who? [One Piece]
Like always ordered by date the theories were published.

Everyone has up to 5 votes!
Nessos said:
Its quite simple read the theories that catches your interest and then give your vote.

  • If you read one and you like it you should vote for it (if you like more than 4, you have oviously to vote for the 4 you like the most)
  • If you read one and you don't like it don't vote for it
  • don't vote for theories you don't read, they won't become your favourites anyway
You don't have to read all of them. Some topics might be completly uninteristing for you, why should I force someone to read them. Not to mention that is not a one piece only event anymore (ok this round actually is) and I would never force OP only reader to read MHA or Kingdom or others series theories vice verse.
Happy voting to everyone :)

Happy voting to everyone :)
 
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We have our WINNERS!!!

1st place goes to @Rej with
Who is Who?!

2nd and 3rd place goes to @Tokiro Oumaga with
What to Look for in a Woman - The Female Straw Hat Patterns

and
Just a Matter of Time - The Delayed Recruitment Pattern


Congrats to the winners :)
Prices for winners and participants will be hand out soon!
Keep on theorizing!!!


Rej - 875 SD + special tag + color change
Tokiro Oumaga - 1400 SD + 2 special Tags
crazyclown - 75 SD
Best Generation - 75 SD
Critical Mindset - 150 SD
Beky - 75 SD
Ghidorah Guy - 75 SD
Roogy - 75 SD
 
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Sorry for not voting, I didn't know whether I would have time to read all the theories that I hadn't read yet and that seemed interesting and it seemed unfair to only vote based what I had previously read. I'm also not one to make qualitative judgments on theories as to me it's just a fun exercise to get thinking about the possibilities and unanswered questions. To that end, I wasn't expecting to get votes in this competition, but I'm glad that people like my theory. Prior to making the theory, I wasn't aware that theories could be voted as the best of that month, but now that I do know, I will keep that in mind for next month, and hopefully be in a better position to vote.
 
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I'm also not one to make qualitative judgments on theories as to me it's just a fun exercise to get thinking about the possibilities and unanswered questions.
I expect none of us make qualitative judgement. Its basically just saying "that was one that really interisted me".

So its also fine if you don't read all of them.
 
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