History Recap / OnePieceWhiskeyPeakArc

23rd Apr '16 7:53:02 PM MetalShadowX
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--> '''Vivi''': As strong as you may be... I cannot tell you that he's one of the Seven Warlords of the Sea: Sir Crocodle.//
--> ''(beat)''//
--> '''Luffy''': What was his name again?

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--> '''Vivi''': As strong as you may be... I cannot tell you that he's one of the Seven Warlords of the Sea: Sir Crocodle.//
--> ''(beat)''//
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''(beat)''\\
'''Luffy''': What was his name again?again?\\
23rd Apr '16 7:51:32 PM MetalShadowX
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* GenreBlind: Luffy, really badly. He wakes up, sees that Zoro's had to kick the ass of everyone, and given the BalloonBelly trope, he doesn't notice how perilously close it is to ToServeMan (it wasn't ''that'' grim, but still, he should have been very suspicious). Zoro and Nami at least have the excuse that they [[NeverGetsDrunk have an inhumanly high tolerance to alcohol]], and [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy faked it]] to see what the islanders do. It could easily be his naïveté makes it so that the thought of people tricking him with free food was a foreign concept.

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* GenreBlind: Luffy, really badly. He wakes up, sees that Zoro's had to kick the ass of everyone, and given the BalloonBelly trope, he doesn't notice how perilously close it is to ToServeMan (it wasn't ''that'' grim, but still, he should have been very suspicious). Zoro and Nami at least have the excuse that they [[NeverGetsDrunk have an inhumanly high tolerance to alcohol]], and [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy faked it]] to see what the islanders do. It could easily be his naïveté makes it so that the thought of people tricking him with free food was a foreign concept.



--> '''Vivi''': As strong as you may be... I cannot tell you that he's one of the Seven Warlords of the Sea: Sir Crocodle.
--> ''(beat)''

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--> '''Vivi''': As strong as you may be... I cannot tell you that he's one of the Seven Warlords of the Sea: Sir Crocodle. \n//
--> ''(beat)''''(beat)''//
23rd Apr '16 7:49:58 PM MetalShadowX
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* GenreBlind: Luffy, really badly. He wakes up, sees that Zoro's had to kick the ass of everyone, and given the BalloonBelly trope, he doesn't notice how perilously close it is to ToServeMan (it wasn't ''that'' grim, but still, he should have been very suspicious). Zoro and Nami at least have the excuse that they [[NeverGetsDrunk have an inhumanly high tolerance to alcohol]], and [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy faked it]] to see what the islanders do. It could potentially be excused by the fact that Luffy might've had a little too much to drink beforehand, but he doesn't sound remotely drunk when he fights Zoro.

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* GenreBlind: Luffy, really badly. He wakes up, sees that Zoro's had to kick the ass of everyone, and given the BalloonBelly trope, he doesn't notice how perilously close it is to ToServeMan (it wasn't ''that'' grim, but still, he should have been very suspicious). Zoro and Nami at least have the excuse that they [[NeverGetsDrunk have an inhumanly high tolerance to alcohol]], and [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy faked it]] to see what the islanders do. It could potentially easily be excused by the fact his naïveté makes it so that Luffy might've had the thought of people tricking him with free food was a little too much to drink beforehand, but he doesn't sound remotely drunk when he fights Zoro.foreign concept.



--> As strong as you may be... I cannot tell you that he's Sir Crocodile, one of the Seven Warlords of the Sea. ''(cue collective shock [[DidIJustSayThatOutLoud as she realizes what she just said]])''

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--> '''Vivi''': As strong as you may be... I cannot tell you that he's Sir Crocodile, one of the Seven Warlords of the Sea. Sea: Sir Crocodle.
--> ''(beat)''
--> '''Luffy''': What was his name again?
''(cue collective shock [[DidIJustSayThatOutLoud as she realizes what she just said]])''said]])''
* InsaneTrollLogic: Luffy's reasoning of Zoro being the one at fault? That bad guys would ''never'' give their enemies free food.
8th Apr '16 5:53:02 PM MetalShadowX
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** Sanji also threatens to kill Miss All Sunday when [[Recap/OnePieceEniesLobbyArc it's established later on that he never hits women]]. Although it could be chalked up to anything between CharacterizationMarchesOn, Vivi's life being in immediate danger, or just a really good bluff.
6th Nov '15 5:44:02 PM nombretomado
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* ShoutOut: One of the bounty hunters is wielding the [[RaveMaster Ten Powers sword]].

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* ShoutOut: One of the bounty hunters is wielding the [[RaveMaster [[Manga/RaveMaster Ten Powers sword]].
5th Nov '15 9:05:59 AM GottaHaveFaith
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As the crew approaches Whiskey Peak, Mr. 9 and Miss Wednesday suddenly and unexpectedly abandon ship. The Straw Hats see people watching them from the island, but upon docking, are surprised to receive a very warm and enthusiastic welcome from the entire town, let by Igarappoi, who invite them to party with the rest of the townspeople in celebration for making it to the Grand Line. Luffy, Usopp, and Sanji enthusiastically agree, but Zoro and Nami seem more wary; nonetheless, they all go to the bar and have a fun evening, which ends when all five crew members are apparently asleep/passed out--Luffy from a giant food coma, Zoro and Nami from a drunken stupor as a result of a drinking contest, and Usopp and Sanji presumably from drinking and exhaustion as well. After they're all asleep, Mr. 9 and Miss Wednesday meet with Igarappoi--who is actually called Mr. 8--and his partner, Miss Monday. They and the other townspeople plan to rob the Straw Hats' ship, capture them alive, and turn them over to the government; however, before they can go any further, they are interrupted by Zoro, who was merely pretending to be drunk and passed out earlier. Zoro reveals to them that he knows that the entire town runs a scam on rookie pirates of the Grand Line who visit the island, welcoming them by day while robbing them by night, and all of the town's occupants are actually members of a group of bounty hunters called Baroque Works, who once tried (without success) to recruit him back when he was still a bounty hunter himself.

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As the crew approaches Whiskey Peak, Mr. 9 and Miss Wednesday suddenly and unexpectedly abandon ship. The Straw Hats see people watching them from the island, but upon docking, are surprised to receive a very warm and enthusiastic welcome from the entire town, let led by a man named Igarappoi, who invite them to party with the rest of the townspeople in celebration for making it to the Grand Line. Luffy, Usopp, and Sanji enthusiastically agree, but Zoro and Nami seem more wary; nonetheless, they all go to the bar and have a fun evening, which ends when all five crew members are apparently asleep/passed out--Luffy from a giant food coma, Zoro and Nami from a drunken stupor as a result of a drinking contest, and Usopp and Sanji presumably from drinking and exhaustion as well. After they're all asleep, Mr. 9 and Miss Wednesday meet with Igarappoi--who is actually called Mr. 8--and his partner, Miss Monday. They and the other townspeople plan to rob the Straw Hats' ship, capture them alive, and turn them over to the government; however, before they can go any further, they are interrupted by Zoro, who was merely pretending to be drunk and passed out earlier. Zoro reveals to them that he knows that the entire town runs a scam on rookie pirates of the Grand Line who visit the island, welcoming them by day while robbing them by night, and all of the town's occupants are actually members of a group of bounty hunters called Baroque Works, who once tried (without success) to recruit him back when he was still a bounty hunter himself.



Igaram attempts to defend Vivi, but is easily defeated by Mr. 5; Mr. 9, despite not knowing what's going on, also fights the pair to buy Vivi some time out of loyalty for their several years of partnership. Vivi flees the area on the back of her duck mount, Carue, with Mr. 5 and Miss Valentine chasing them. After they're gone, Igaram begs Zoro to protect the princess, and Nami, seeing the chance to make money, makes an offer to Igaram to save Vivi in exchange for 1 billion berries, although she coerces Zoro into doing the actual saving. After Zoro leaves in pursuit of Vivi and the assassins, Igaram explains to Nami that Baroque Works is a group of bounty hunters whose final goal is to create a utopian country, with the group's boss as the leader and its highest-ranking members as his subordinates in positions of power. Meanwhile, Luffy has woken up, and upon seeing the large group of unconscious "townspeople", becomes angry with Zoro for beating up "the nice people who gave us food", and sets off to find him.

Elsewhere, Mr. 5 and Miss Valentine catch up with Vivi. Miss Monday tries to step in to defend her and buy her more time, but is quickly defeated. Zoro arrives and defends Vivi from one of Mr. 5's attacks, but before the fight can progress further, Luffy also shows up and, too riled up to listen to reason or explanation, challenges Zoro to a fight. Zoro, annoyed, accepts, and the two start viciously battling to the bewilderment of the others. Mr. 5 and Miss Valentine try to attack them, but Luffy and Zoro both just respond with anger that the pair are interrupting their fight, and knock both of them out with ease while barely paying attention to them. Nami arrives and breaks up the fight, and the misunderstanding is quickly cleared up. Vivi tells the trio that Alabasta is on the verge of a civil war that's being instigated by the leader of Baroque Works, Mr. 0, and Vivi and Igaram infiltrated BW to figure out his true identity. Vivi refuses to tell them the man's identity lest they become targets as well, but accidentally says his name anyway: Sir Crocodile, one of the Seven Warlords of the Sea (Shichibukai). This slip-up is overheard by the Unluckies, Mr. 13 (an otter) and Miss Friday (a vulture), the messengers of BW; they promptly sketch very accurate pictures of Luffy, Zoro, and Nami, and then immediately depart to deliver them to Crocodile, thus adding the three of them to Baroque Works' hit list (much to Luffy's and Zoro's delight and Nami's and Vivi's horror).

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Igaram attempts to defend Vivi, but is easily defeated by Mr. 5; Mr. 9, despite not knowing what's going on, also fights the pair to buy Vivi some time out of loyalty for their several years of partnership. Vivi flees the area on the back of her duck mount, Carue, with Mr. 5 and Miss Valentine chasing them. After they're gone, Igaram begs Zoro to protect the princess, and Nami, seeing the chance to make money, makes an offer to Igaram to save Vivi in exchange for 1 billion berries, although she coerces Zoro into doing the actual saving. After Zoro leaves in pursuit of Vivi and the assassins, Igaram explains to Nami that the final goal of Baroque Works is a group of bounty hunters whose final goal is to create a utopian country, with the group's boss as the leader and its highest-ranking members as his subordinates in positions of power. Meanwhile, Luffy has woken up, and upon seeing the large group of unconscious "townspeople", becomes angry with Zoro for beating up "the nice people who gave us food", and sets off to find him.

Elsewhere, Mr. 5 and Miss Valentine catch up with Vivi. Miss Monday tries to step in to defend her and buy her more time, but is quickly defeated. Zoro arrives and defends Vivi from one of Mr. 5's attacks, but before the fight can progress further, Luffy also shows up and, too riled up to listen to reason or explanation, challenges Zoro to a fight. Zoro, annoyed, accepts, and the two start viciously battling to the bewilderment of the others. Mr. 5 and Miss Valentine try to attack them, but Luffy and Zoro both just respond with anger that the pair are interrupting their fight, and knock both of them out with ease while barely paying attention to them. Nami arrives and breaks up the fight, and the misunderstanding is quickly cleared up. Vivi tells the trio that Alabasta is on the verge of a civil war that's being instigated by the leader of Baroque Works, Mr. 0, and Vivi and Igaram infiltrated BW to figure out his true identity. Vivi refuses to tell them the man's identity lest they become targets as well, but accidentally says his name anyway: Sir Crocodile, one of the Seven Warlords of the Sea (Shichibukai). This slip-up is overheard by the Unluckies, Mr. 13 (an otter) and Miss Friday (a vulture), the messengers and information-gatherers of BW; they promptly sketch very accurate pictures of Luffy, Zoro, and Nami, and then immediately depart to deliver them to Crocodile, thus adding the three of them to Baroque Works' hit list (much to Luffy's and Zoro's delight and Nami's and Vivi's horror).


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* HeKnowsTooMuch: Once Zoro reveals that he knows the true secret of the town--namely, that they are all bounty hunters and part of Baroque Works--Mr. 8 tells him and all the other assassins that they must now kill Zoro to preserve their secret. Unfortunately for them, [[CurbStompBattle they fail miserably]].
1st Nov '15 4:01:48 PM GottaHaveFaith
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* BloodKnight / CasualDangerDialogue: Zoro has both of these traits in general, but his battle with the bounty hunters in this arc is one of the most overt examples in the series. He spends almost the entire fight grinning cheerfully and looking like he's having a great time, eagerly expresses his excitement to test out his two new swords from Loguetown, and, after overhearing a heavy conversation and then noticing that Luffy is right in the middle of a battle zone, casually comments (while drinking booze and grinning), "Well, damn. Oh...Luffy's still down there."

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* BloodKnight / CasualDangerDialogue: Zoro has both of these traits in general, but his battle with the bounty hunters in this arc is one of the most overt examples in the series. He spends almost the entire fight with the bounty hunters grinning cheerfully and looking like he's having a great time, eagerly expresses his excitement to test out his two new swords from Loguetown, and, after overhearing a heavy conversation and then noticing that Luffy is right in the middle of a battle zone, casually comments (while drinking booze and grinning), "Well, damn. Oh...Luffy's still down there." Also, when Luffy, Zoro, and Nami realize that they've just been put on Crocodile's (a Shichibukai) hit list, Zoro's reaction is to comment, with a big grin, "We're lucky we get to fight one of them so early on."


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* OutOfFocus: Sanji and Usopp are asleep for almost the entire arc, save for the first and last chapters of it. Sanji is also out of most of the action in the following Little Garden arc, too. However, this is justified, and turns out to be ''very'' important in the Alabasta arc.
1st Nov '15 3:54:55 PM GottaHaveFaith
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* BloodKnight / CasualDangerDialogue: Zoro has both of these traits in general, but his battle with the bounty hunters in this arc is one of the most overt examples in the series. He spends almost the entire fight grinning cheerfully and looking like he's having a great time, eagerly expresses his excitement to test out his two new swords from Loguetown, and, after overhearing a heavy conversation and then noticing that Luffy is right in the middle of a battle zone, casually comments (while drinking booze and grinning), "Well, damn. Oh...Luffy's still down there."
1st Nov '15 3:30:16 PM GottaHaveFaith
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* OOCMoment / UngratefulBastard: Luffy comes across this way, albeit unintentionally on his part. Zoro single-handedly saved ALL of the Straw Hats from being kidnapped and robbed by BW, saved Luffy when he was being held hostage by Miss Wednesday, and saved him ''again'' by getting him out of the crossfire between the BW agents. When Luffy wakes up and realizes that Zoro beat up all the "nice townspeople", rather than assuming that he had a good reason or at least asking him about it first, Luffy immediately assumes that Zoro beat them up just because he didn't like their food (which, as Zoro points out, is something that ''Luffy'' would do, not him), hunts him down, and challenges him to a fight while not listening at all to Zoro's attempts to explain things. It's no wonder Zoro got annoyed enough to agree to fight Luffy. Luckily, once Nami breaks up the fight, the situation is immediately resolved with no hard feelings.

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* OOCMoment OutOfCharacterMoment / UngratefulBastard: Luffy comes across this way, albeit unintentionally on his part. Zoro single-handedly saved ALL of the Straw Hats from being kidnapped and robbed by BW, saved Luffy when he was being held hostage by Miss Wednesday, and saved him ''again'' by getting him out of the crossfire between the BW agents. When Luffy wakes up and realizes that Zoro beat up all the "nice townspeople", rather than assuming that he had a good reason or at least asking him about it first, Luffy immediately assumes that Zoro beat them up just because he didn't like their food (which, as Zoro points out, is something that ''Luffy'' would do, not him), hunts him down, and challenges him to a fight while not listening at all to Zoro's attempts to explain things. It's no wonder Zoro got annoyed enough to agree to fight Luffy. Luckily, once Nami breaks up the fight, the situation is immediately resolved with no hard feelings.
1st Nov '15 3:28:33 PM GottaHaveFaith
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Igaram attempts to defend Vivi, but is easily defeated by Mr. 5; Mr. 9, despite not knowing what's going on, also fights the pair to buy Vivi some time out of loyalty for their several years of partnership. Vivi flees the area on the back of her duck mount, Karoo, with Mr. 5 and Miss Valentine chasing them. After they're gone, Igaram begs Zoro to protect the princess, and Nami, seeing the chance to make money, makes an offer to Igaram to save Vivi in exchange for 1 billion berries, although she coerces Zoro into doing the actual saving. After Zoro leaves in pursuit of Vivi and the assassins, Igaram explains to Nami that Baroque Works is a group of bounty hunters whose final goal is to create a utopian country, with the group's boss as the leader and its highest-ranking members as his subordinates in positions of power. Meanwhile, Luffy has woken up, and upon seeing the large group of unconscious "townspeople", becomes angry with Zoro for beating up "the nice people who gave us food", and sets off to find him.

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Igaram attempts to defend Vivi, but is easily defeated by Mr. 5; Mr. 9, despite not knowing what's going on, also fights the pair to buy Vivi some time out of loyalty for their several years of partnership. Vivi flees the area on the back of her duck mount, Karoo, Carue, with Mr. 5 and Miss Valentine chasing them. After they're gone, Igaram begs Zoro to protect the princess, and Nami, seeing the chance to make money, makes an offer to Igaram to save Vivi in exchange for 1 billion berries, although she coerces Zoro into doing the actual saving. After Zoro leaves in pursuit of Vivi and the assassins, Igaram explains to Nami that Baroque Works is a group of bounty hunters whose final goal is to create a utopian country, with the group's boss as the leader and its highest-ranking members as his subordinates in positions of power. Meanwhile, Luffy has woken up, and upon seeing the large group of unconscious "townspeople", becomes angry with Zoro for beating up "the nice people who gave us food", and sets off to find him.


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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: Both Zoro and Nami are wary and suspicious of a town that welcomes pirates so warmly, when most people are afraid of them. So, they both pretend to drink themselves into unconsciousness in order to find out what the villagers will do when they think the whole crew is sleeping. Bonus points for the fact that they both participate in a ''drinking contest'', which makes it ''even more convincing'', but since both of them are excellent cases of NeverGetsDrunk, they're ''still'' able to stay sober enough to thwart BW's plans for them. As a result, Zoro is able to defeat all of the bounty hunters before they can capture the Straw Hats and loot their ship; Nami attempts to rob the place; and they both overhear a very important conversation.


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* OOCMoment / UngratefulBastard: Luffy comes across this way, albeit unintentionally on his part. Zoro single-handedly saved ALL of the Straw Hats from being kidnapped and robbed by BW, saved Luffy when he was being held hostage by Miss Wednesday, and saved him ''again'' by getting him out of the crossfire between the BW agents. When Luffy wakes up and realizes that Zoro beat up all the "nice townspeople", rather than assuming that he had a good reason or at least asking him about it first, Luffy immediately assumes that Zoro beat them up just because he didn't like their food (which, as Zoro points out, is something that ''Luffy'' would do, not him), hunts him down, and challenges him to a fight while not listening at all to Zoro's attempts to explain things. It's no wonder Zoro got annoyed enough to agree to fight Luffy. Luckily, once Nami breaks up the fight, the situation is immediately resolved with no hard feelings.
* ThePowerOfFriendship: Mr. 9 (Miss Wednesday/Vivi's partner) and Miss Monday (Mr. 8/Igaram's partner) both separately go up against Mr. 5 and Miss Valentine (who are ''officer agents'' of BW) to protect Vivi, despite not really knowing why all of it is happening, with Mr. 9 citing their two-year partnership and Miss Monday explicitly calling Vivi a friend.
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