History YMMV / OnePiece

27th Sep '16 12:58:49 PM mhj0808
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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).
17th Sep '16 10:12:25 PM Eagal
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* GeniusBonus: For people who know chemistry, the [[FantasticDrug drug NHC-10]], which is highly addictive but sometimes used as medicine by certified doctors. The chemical name for methamphetamine, another highly addictive drug, is C10-H15-N, nearly NHC's reverse.



* GeniusBonus: For people who know chemistry, the [[FantasticDrug drug NHC-10]], which is highly addictive but sometimes used as medicine by certified doctors. The chemical name for methamphetamine, another highly addictive drug, is C10-H15-N, nearly NHC's reverse.
15th Sep '16 8:36:27 PM system
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13th Sep '16 5:44:59 PM Astatine
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* AudienceAlienatingPremise: When he started the series, Oda had concerns that the series' unusual, cartoony art style might turn away potential readers. While many consider it one of the series' selling points, there are indeed some people who consider the art style a turnoff.



** The Davy Back fight that takes place between the Skypiea and Water 7 arcs is this. The battle against the Foxy Pirates left no impact whatsoever on later events, and Foxy only ever reappears in irrelevant {{Filler}}. This is a case where TropesAreNotBad, however, since the arc was short and served as a BreatherEpisode between Skypeia (which was fairly long) and Water 7 (one of the most [[DarkerAndEdgier intense, dark, and emotional]] arcs in the series).



** Franky. Take a guy, dress him up in a Hawaiian shirt and speedo, then watch as Oda consistently (and successfully) challenges himself to make that the ''least'' bizarre thing about him.
** Brook's first appearance convinced Luffy this guy needs to brought into his crew, due to this.
** Kaido also deserves special mention. His debut involves him climbing up to Sky Island and fricking BODY SLAMMING his way down to the earth. He doesn't do this to attack, mind you, he does this to see if he can handle it.



* GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff: ''One Piece'' has quite an impressive fanbase in Germany, although still nowhere NEAR as [[CashCowFranchise huge in Japan]].



*** Zoro taking out Hody Jones. ''[[http://i.imgur.com/Wzp39Dr.png WITH ONE SLASH.]]'' '''''[[CrowningMomentOfAwesome UNDERWATER.]]''''' This is the scene that let us know just how powerful the Straw Hat Pirates got.



** Luffy's very first Gum Gum Red Hawk against Hody, and later his Elephant Gatling, is also very well-known.
25th Aug '16 11:37:31 AM Retloclive
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** The Totto Land Arc has a lot of people hyped due to being the first arc involving a fight with one of the four New World Emperors (Big Mom), as well as being a major character-arc for Sanji due to the appearance of his Vinsmoke Family. On the other hand, Luffy, Nami, Chopper, and Carrot getting trapped in an enchanted forest straight out of Alice in Wonderland does ''not'' share a similar interest. For many, the forest stuff just comes off as {{Filler}}.
23rd Aug '16 7:10:00 PM nombretomado
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* CreatorWorship: Eichiro Oda has been mentioned at least three times on this site as being awesome, crazy prepared and an author who never forgets. Fans also deems him the "Jesus" of Shonen (when AkiraToriyama is the "God"). Oda himself acknowledged this: In one SBS, when one fan asks him what his greatest treasure is, he answers "of course, it's ALL YOU READERS."

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* CreatorWorship: Eichiro Oda has been mentioned at least three times on this site as being awesome, crazy prepared and an author who never forgets. Fans also deems him the "Jesus" of Shonen (when AkiraToriyama Creator/AkiraToriyama is the "God"). Oda himself acknowledged this: In one SBS, when one fan asks him what his greatest treasure is, he answers "of course, it's ALL YOU READERS."
22nd Aug '16 11:13:22 AM mrbits
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** Now there's some particularly disturbing implications on Totland. The most recent arc has Nami, Luffy, Chopper and Carrot going through a forest of [[AnimateInanimateObject Animate Inanimate Objects]] that call themselves "Homies," a term that entered the popular lexicon through shows such as "In Living Color" where one of its most prominent characters, "Homie the Clown" is a not-so subtle jab at the entitlement faux-racist mindset of inner-city minorities, often gangsters, who call themselves "homies." To make the situation worse, we are introduced to one character they are all terrfied of, "Cracker of a Thousand Arms." As highlighted in the trial surrounding the death of Trayvon Martin, "cracker" is a racial slur used by minorities, predominantly those of African descent, to refer to those of caucasian descent. So the arc is Luffy and crew stumbling upon a group of poor, low information, and particularly savage, blacks taking orders from a brutal white overseer. Sound familiar?
22nd Aug '16 6:57:01 AM Harem-author
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** Now there's some particularly disturbing implications on Totland. The most recent arc has Nami, Luffy, Chopper and Carrot going through a forest of [[AnimateInanimateObject Animate Inanimate Objects]] that call themselves "Homies," a term that entered the popular lexicon through shows such as "In Livng Color" where one of its most prominent characters, "Homie the Clown" is a not-so subtle jab at the entitlement faux-racist mindset of inner-city minorities, often gangsters, who call themselves "homies." To make the situation worse, we are introduced to one character they are all terrfied of, "Cracker of a Thousand Arms." As highlighted in the trial surrounding the death of Trayvon Martin, "cracker" is a racial slur used by minorities, predominantly those of African descent, to refer to those of caucasian descent. So the arc is Luffy and crew stumbling upon a group of poor, low information, and particularly savage, blacks taking orders from a brutal white overseer. Sound familiar?

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** Now there's some particularly disturbing implications on Totland. The most recent arc has Nami, Luffy, Chopper and Carrot going through a forest of [[AnimateInanimateObject Animate Inanimate Objects]] that call themselves "Homies," a term that entered the popular lexicon through shows such as "In Livng Living Color" where one of its most prominent characters, "Homie the Clown" is a not-so subtle jab at the entitlement faux-racist mindset of inner-city minorities, often gangsters, who call themselves "homies." To make the situation worse, we are introduced to one character they are all terrfied of, "Cracker of a Thousand Arms." As highlighted in the trial surrounding the death of Trayvon Martin, "cracker" is a racial slur used by minorities, predominantly those of African descent, to refer to those of caucasian descent. So the arc is Luffy and crew stumbling upon a group of poor, low information, and particularly savage, blacks taking orders from a brutal white overseer. Sound familiar?
22nd Aug '16 6:53:50 AM Harem-author
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** Now there's some particularly disturbing implications on Totland. The most recent arc has Nami, Luffy, Chopper and Carrot going through a forest of [[AnimateInanimateObject Animate Inanimate Objects]] that call themselves "Homies," a term that entered the popular lexicon through shows such as "In Livng Color" where one of its most prominent characters, "Homie the Clown" is a not-so subtle jab at the entitlement faux-racist mindset of inner-city minorities, often gangsters, who call themselves "homies." To make the situation worse, we are introduced to one character they are all terrfied of, "Cracker of a Thousand Arms." As highlighted in the trial surrounding the death of Trayvon Martin, "cracker" is a racial slur used by minorities, predominantly those of African descent, to refer to those of caucasian descent. So the arc is Luffy and crew stumbling upon a group of poor, low information, and particularly savage, blacks taking orders from a brutal white overseer. Sound familiar?
21st Aug '16 1:07:49 AM shrikelet
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* ArchivePanic: As of March 2015, the manga is at 780 chapters and the crew is only on the ''second'' island on the ''second half'' of the Grand Line. Eiichiro Oda is not even close to being done with the series.

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* ArchivePanic: As of March 2015, August 2016, the manga is at 780 chapters chapter 834 and the crew is only on the ''second'' island on the ''second half'' of the Grand Line. Eiichiro Oda is not even close to being done counting, with the series.no end in sight.
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