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In what position does Whitebeard die in One Piece? Answer

 Whitebeard is one of the most iconic characters in One Piece. His death is even more so! We'll tell you everything in this article.

Edward Newgate, better known as Whitebeard or "the strongest man in the world", is one of the most popular characters in One Piece. During the Marineford arc in which he and his crew try to save Ace from execution, he is betrayed by Blackbeard.

Weakened because of his fight against Akainu, his deplorable physical condition, and his age, he knew he was not going to last very long. Known for never fleeing a fight, he proudly displays his back which has not suffered a single scar during his long life. We'll give you the position Whitebeard died in One Piece below!

In what position does Whitebeard die in One Piece during the MarineFord arc?

When he died, Whitebeard remained standing, his body riddled with arrows and spears. His body was later recovered by Shanks and his crew with the agreement of Sengoku, a naval admiral. During his lifetime, Edward Newgate remained standing, facing the enemy and proud of his power and his title of strongest man in the world!

The ending of Whitebeard is one of the saddest in the Manga. He witnessed the death of one of his "sons" (a member of his crew), saw the distress experienced by Luffy, Ace's brother and the betrayal of Marshall D. Teach, Blackbeard. Despite this terrible end, he is remembered above all for his charisma, his strength, and the love he had for his crew.

In what position does Whitebeard die in One Piece during the MarineFord arc