History YMMV / OnePiece

30th Apr '17 4:54:08 AM SorPepita
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** [[Creator/ToeiAnimation Toei Animation's]] handling of the anime as a whole (especially from Fishman Island onward). Many manga readers consider it a terrible adaptation thanks to lackluster animation (especially of [[FetishRetardant the female characters]]), [[{{Padding}} bad pacing,]] and poorly handled fights. Some even say that it [[AudienceColoringAdaptation gives the manga a bad name.]] Other fans, while acknowledging it's flaws, think that it's still enjoyable thanks to great music, voice acting, and how well it handles certain key moments.

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** [[Creator/ToeiAnimation Toei Animation's]] handling of the anime as a whole (especially from Fishman Island onward). Many manga readers consider it a terrible adaptation thanks to lackluster animation (especially of [[FetishRetardant the female characters]]), [[{{Padding}} bad pacing,]] and poorly handled fights. Some even say that it [[AudienceColoringAdaptation gives the manga a bad name.]] Other fans, while acknowledging it's its flaws, think that it's still enjoyable thanks to great music, voice acting, and how well it handles certain key moments.
20th Apr '17 8:01:59 PM shrikelet
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** Chapter #862 shows that [[spoiler: '''Pudding''' is one. She spent years being abused by her family for her ThirdEye, Big Mom included, until she snapped and became the sadistic actress we see in the present. Even after she earned her keep Big Mom still antagonizes her about not unlocking her eye's potential, and her role as the family's HoneyTrap doesn't seem to help her sanity much either. When Sanji says her eye is beautiful, she ''breaks down'' on the alter and has her first real case of InelegantBlubbering in the story.]]

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** Chapter #862 shows that [[spoiler: '''Pudding''' is one. She spent years being abused by her family for her ThirdEye, Big Mom included, until she snapped and became the sadistic actress we see in the present. Even after she earned her keep Big Mom still antagonizes her about not unlocking her eye's potential, and her role as the family's HoneyTrap doesn't seem to help her sanity much either. When Sanji says her eye is beautiful, she ''breaks down'' on the alter altar and has her first real case of InelegantBlubbering in the story.]]
20th Apr '17 3:41:05 PM Retloclive
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* {{Padding}}: One of the solutions the anime uses to avoid overtaking the manga. Albeit justified, it can be a bit grating.

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** Since Toei Animation has pretty much abandoned all usage
of long {{Filler Arc}}s ever since the solutions Straw Hats separated, which previously allowed for the manga content to space itself out from the anime, this trope is Toei's current day answer to make sure that their anime uses to avoid overtaking adaptation never overtakes the manga. Albeit As a result, a single anime episode will go to great lengths to extend the content as much as possible to fit in one manga chapter's worth of content. Sometimes even less, which has resulted in the later {{Story Arc}}s of the series having more episodes than there are chapters. While this {{Padding}} technique can be looked at as completely justified, it can be grating as well since it causes the pace of the story to drop drastically.
** For the Whole Cake Island Arc, Luffy, Nami, Chopper, and Carrot getting lost in an enchanted forest was used as
a bit grating.means to simply keep them preoccupied while Oda used that time to develop Sanji's current problem regarding his Vinsmoke family joining up with Big Mom.
16th Apr '17 1:37:38 AM shrikelet
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** Momonosuke get many hate due to be a DirtyKid that uses his cuteness to get away with hoggling the Straw Hat ladies' breasts.

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** Momonosuke get many gets a lot of hate due to be being a DirtyKid that uses his cuteness to get away with hoggling oggling the Straw Hat ladies' breasts.
16th Apr '17 1:29:46 AM shrikelet
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*** His crew, the New Fishman Pirates, are disliked just as much, if not more. Not only are they just as racist as Hody, they receive very little characterization outside of a simple personality quirk, and said racism. This, along with their anticlimactic fights, make them the least popular villain group in the series.

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*** His ** Hody's crew, the New Fishman Pirates, are disliked just as much, if not more. Not only are they just as racist as Hody, they receive very little characterization outside of a simple personality quirk, and said racism. This, along with their anticlimactic fights, make them the least popular villain group in the series.
16th Apr '17 1:25:47 AM shrikelet
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* JerkassWoobie: Montblanc Cricket had to deal with the shame of his heritage because of the legacy left behind by Norland. His own (original) crew abandoned him when he decided to resolve his issues with the shame placed upon his ancestor. He initially was annoyed with the Masira and Shoujou for being fans of the tale. But came to love them and admitted he was glad they came along as the loneliness after being abandoned by his original crew was unbearable.
** [[spoiler: '''Pudding'''. She spent years being emotionally abused for her ThirdEye by her family, Big Mom included, until she snap and became the sadistic actress we see in the present. Even after she earned her keep at least Big Mom still antagonizes her about not unlocking her eye's potential, and her role as the family's HoneyTrap doesn't seem to help her sanity much either. When Sanji says her eye is beautiful, she ''breaks down'' on the alter and has her first real case of InelegantBlubbering in the story.]]

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* JerkassWoobie: JerkassWoobie:
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Montblanc Cricket had to deal with the shame of his heritage because of the legacy left behind by Norland. His own (original) crew abandoned him when he decided to resolve his issues with the shame placed upon his ancestor. He initially was annoyed with the Masira and Shoujou for being fans of the tale. But came to love them and admitted he was glad they came along as the loneliness after being abandoned by his original crew was unbearable.
** Chapter #862 shows that [[spoiler: '''Pudding'''. '''Pudding''' is one. She spent years being emotionally abused by her family for her ThirdEye by her family, ThirdEye, Big Mom included, until she snap snapped and became the sadistic actress we see in the present. Even after she earned her keep at least Big Mom still antagonizes her about not unlocking her eye's potential, and her role as the family's HoneyTrap doesn't seem to help her sanity much either. When Sanji says her eye is beautiful, she ''breaks down'' on the alter and has her first real case of InelegantBlubbering in the story.]]
16th Apr '17 12:16:33 AM shrikelet
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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.

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* AudienceAlienatingPremise: AudienceAlienatingPremise:
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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.
16th Apr '17 12:12:45 AM shrikelet
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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 Emperors, as well as being a major character-arc for Sanji. 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}}. The reason these complaints are waged is because the first few things that happen in the forest do little or nothing to advance the plot and basically serve as an [[ThirdLineSomeWaiting excuse to hold Luffy and company up so other plot threads can move forward]]. However, when Charlotte Cracker appears, things heat up and Oda finally gives us some insight about Lola and that Vivre Card Nami's been holding onto from her that makes the forest serve a real purpose.
16th Apr '17 12:07:24 AM shrikelet
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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 despite only consisting of two arcs.
*** Youtuber Christopher Kol ([=TheKingOfLightning=] even called out the fights on this arc as taking too long, because they had dead zones where the fighting would be stalled, especially Luffy exhausting his Haki. He then explained this was a common problem with many of the story arcs and left a huge amount of dead air at the end of his video to demonstrate.

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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 despite only consisting of two arcs. \n*** Youtuber [[Website/YouTube Youtuber]] Christopher Kol ([=TheKingOfLightning=] ([=TheKingOfLightning=]) even called out the fights on this arc as taking too long, because they had dead zones where the fighting would be stalled, especially Luffy exhausting his Haki. He then explained this was a common problem with many of the story arcs and left a huge amount of dead air at the end of his video to demonstrate.Haki.
15th Apr '17 3:44:39 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** The most infamous is the classic "Pell surviving a ''city-destroying bomb'' with absolutely no justification." The only real excuse is that Pell [[{{Badass}} is strong as hell and Zoans can recover much faster than normal, especially if they are awakened]]. Also a bit {{egregious}} considering Luffy's earlier speech to Vivi about how it's naive to think that the major conflict of the arc could be solved without anyone dying. However, Luffy's words still came to pass when the Kicking Claw Force took the Hero Water to beef themselves up fighting Crocodile and ended up dying from the after-effects in a SenselessSacrifice.

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** The most infamous is the classic "Pell surviving a ''city-destroying bomb'' with absolutely no justification." The only real excuse is that Pell [[{{Badass}} is strong as hell and Zoans can recover much faster than normal, especially if they are awakened]].awakened. Also a bit {{egregious}} considering Luffy's earlier speech to Vivi about how it's naive to think that the major conflict of the arc could be solved without anyone dying. However, Luffy's words still came to pass when the Kicking Claw Force took the Hero Water to beef themselves up fighting Crocodile and ended up dying from the after-effects in a SenselessSacrifice.
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