History YMMV / OnePiece

20th Jan '17 11:29:42 AM mhj0808
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*** Speaking of Yonji, it's revealed on the cover of Volume 84 that Yonji has ''green hair'', and considering how much Sanji hates him, it suddenly makes a lot sense why he constantly mocks Zoro for his green hair. And it is hilarious.
19th Jan '17 9:47:55 PM mhj0808
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** Oda's love of multi-chapter flashbacks, LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters, [[CallBack Call Backs]], and [[ChekhovsGun all tropes Chekhov]] come to a head in the Dressrosa arc, the longest arc of the series to date. To wit: 2 and a half years in real life spent on the same island, about 10 individual flashbacks, a little over 50 named new characters, the ''reintroduction'' of several old characters, and 102 chapters of content. The anime's pacing for the arc was even ''worse'', with 118 episodes aired in total (that's what using about 1/3 to 1/2 of one chapter's content for each episode will do). Skypiea, the previous record holder for longest arc, only had 66 chapters. In fact, Dressrosa went on for so long that the Dressrosa Saga itself dragged on for nearly ''four years'' before ending.

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** Oda's love of multi-chapter flashbacks, LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters, [[CallBack Call Backs]], and [[ChekhovsGun all tropes Chekhov]] come to a head in the Dressrosa arc, the longest arc of the series to date. To wit: 2 and a half years in real life spent on the same island, about 10 individual flashbacks, a little over 50 named new characters, the ''reintroduction'' of several old characters, and 102 chapters of content. The anime's pacing for the arc was even ''worse'', with 118 episodes aired in total (that's what using about 1/3 to 1/2 of one chapter's content for each episode will do). Skypiea, the previous record holder for longest arc, only had 66 chapters. In fact, Dressrosa went on for so long that the Dressrosa Saga itself dragged on for nearly ''four years'' before ending.ending despite only consisting of two arcs.
19th Jan '17 9:47:16 PM mhj0808
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** Oda's love of multi-chapter flashbacks, LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters, [[CallBack Call Backs]], and [[ChekhovsGun all tropes Chekhov]] come to a head in the Dressrosa arc, the longest arc of the series to date. To wit: 2 and a half years in real life spent on the same island, about 10 individual flashbacks, a little over 50 named new characters, the ''reintroduction'' of several old characters, and 102 chapters of content. The anime's pacing for the arc was even ''worse'', with 118 episodes aired in total (that's what using about 1/3 to 1/2 of one chapter's content for each episode will do). Skypiea, the previous record holder for longest arc, only had 66 chapters. In fact, Dressrosa went on for so long that the Dressrosa Saga itself dragged on for four years before ending.

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** Oda's love of multi-chapter flashbacks, LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters, [[CallBack Call Backs]], and [[ChekhovsGun all tropes Chekhov]] come to a head in the Dressrosa arc, the longest arc of the series to date. To wit: 2 and a half years in real life spent on the same island, about 10 individual flashbacks, a little over 50 named new characters, the ''reintroduction'' of several old characters, and 102 chapters of content. The anime's pacing for the arc was even ''worse'', with 118 episodes aired in total (that's what using about 1/3 to 1/2 of one chapter's content for each episode will do). Skypiea, the previous record holder for longest arc, only had 66 chapters. In fact, Dressrosa went on for so long that the Dressrosa Saga itself dragged on for four years nearly ''four years'' before ending.
15th Jan '17 12:16:02 AM shrikelet
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* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: ''One Piece'' has quite an impressive fanbase in Germany, although still nowhere NEAR as [[CashCowFranchise huge in Japan]].
15th Jan '17 12:10:49 AM shrikelet
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* FanWank: Oda often offers cryptic explanations on things (with intentions of fully explaining them months or possibly ''[[ChekovsGun years]]'' down the line sometimes) or doesn't bother to explain things at all, leading to quite a bit of this among the fandom. Common topics include explanations for Pell surviving a nuke, Blackbeard's two Devil Fruits, or how exactly some of the abilities work (IE. How Zoro can create illusions, how Luffy can spontaneously use fire or electricity, etc).

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* FanWank: Oda often offers cryptic explanations on things (with intentions of fully explaining them months or possibly ''[[ChekovsGun years]]'' down the line sometimes) or doesn't bother to explain things at all, leading to quite a bit of this among the fandom. Common topics include explanations for Pell surviving a nuke, Blackbeard's two Devil Fruits, or how exactly some of the abilities work (IE. (''E.g.'' How Zoro can create illusions, how Luffy can spontaneously use fire or electricity, etc). ''etc.'').
15th Jan '17 12:07:49 AM shrikelet
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* FandomBerserkButton: Go onto any forum frequented by ''One Piece'' purists and use a term from the 4Kids dub. Better yet, go to ''any'' forum and say "Zolo". Go ahead. [[SchmuckBait Nothing will happen.]]
** For an even worse idea, go on an anime forum and say anything even mildly positive about the 4Kids dub.[[note]] The one exception to this is that it's usually okay to praise Marc Diraison's performance as Zolo/Zoro. Even then one must lament the terrible scripts he was given.[[/note]]

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* FandomBerserkButton: FandomBerserkButton:
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Go onto any to a forum frequented by ''One Piece'' purists and use a term from the 4Kids dub. Better yet, go dub.
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to ''any'' forum and say "Zolo". Go ahead. [[SchmuckBait Nothing will happen.]]
** For an even worse idea, go Go on an anime forum and say anything even mildly positive about the 4Kids dub.[[note]] The one exception to this is that it's usually okay to praise Marc Diraison's performance as Zolo/Zoro. Even then one must lament the terrible scripts he was given.[[/note]]
13th Jan '17 7:08:47 PM TheJayman49
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* {{Mondegreen}}: The opening to the 4Kids dub has the singer say "Ya-yo" throughout the song, but it sounds like he's saying "ga-go".
1st Jan '17 4:38:31 AM Morgenthaler
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** Shanks losing an arm to protect Luffy from a Sea Monster, which solidified his ParentalSubstitute {{Badass}} status to Luffy.

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** Shanks losing an arm to protect Luffy from a Sea Monster, which solidified his ParentalSubstitute {{Badass}} badass status to Luffy.
30th Dec '16 10:32:52 AM mhj0808
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* The Straw Hats find out in the Dressrosa Arc that women in Dressrosa are notoriously "passionate" and it's a common occurrence for them to stab men who cross them or just stab them in betrayal. Zoro comments that a ChilvarousPervert type like Sanji will "get stabbed for sure" to which Sanji remarks that he wouldn't mind. It's funny at the time, but two arcs later Zoro's words echo when Sanji's chivalrous nature and soft spot for women ends up getting him metaphorically stabbed in the back by a very sadistic BitchInSheepsClothing.

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* ** The Straw Hats find out in the Dressrosa Arc that women in Dressrosa are notoriously "passionate" and it's a common occurrence for them to stab men who cross them or just stab them in betrayal. Zoro comments that a ChilvarousPervert ChilvalrousPervert type like Sanji will "get stabbed for sure" to which Sanji remarks that he wouldn't mind. It's funny at the time, but two arcs later Zoro's words echo when Sanji's chivalrous nature and soft spot for women ends up getting him metaphorically stabbed in the back by a very sadistic BitchInSheepsClothing.



* {{Misblamed}}: Those who don't like the HotterAndSexier post-TimeSkip [[ImpossibleHourglassFigure female design]] often criticize Oda. While Oda is a self-admitted pervert and women have gotten curvier over the course of the story, he actually draws women's breasts to be much smaller and at a more consistent size than Toei, who are the ones really responsible for ballooning up bust sizes.

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* {{Misblamed}}: Those who don't like the HotterAndSexier post-TimeSkip [[ImpossibleHourglassFigure female design]] often criticize Oda. While Oda is a self-admitted pervert and women have gotten curvier over the course of the story, he actually draws still does draw his women's breasts to be much smaller and at a more consistent size than Toei, who are the ones really responsible for ballooning up bust sizes.
30th Dec '16 1:30:41 AM mhj0808
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* The Straw Hats find out in the Dressrosa Arc that women in Dressrosa are notoriously "passionate" and it's a common occurrence for them to stab men who cross them or just stab them in betrayal. Zoro comments that a ChilvarousPervert type like Sanji will "get stabbed for sure" to which Sanji remarks that he wouldn't mind. It's funny at the time, but two arcs later Zoro's words echo when Sanji's chivalrous nature and soft spot for women ends up getting him metaphorically stabbed in the back by a very sadistic BitchInSheepsClothing.
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