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Justice is a crossover between the DCAU and One Piece by Black' Victor Cachat. The fic was published in 2017.

After an unnamed incident, the Straw Hat Pirates find themselves trapped in the world of the Justice League. They now search for a way back home, gathering allies and technology. But this ends up putting them in conflict with the Justice League, who sees the pirates as criminals, while the Straw Hats disapprove of the others claim of "Justice".


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Justice contains examples of:

  • Above Good and Evil: Like always the Straw Hats, or some of it's members at least, don't really care about the labels of "good" and "evil". Luffy tells this to Superman face to face the first time they meet each other.
  • Action Girl: When Superman first meets Nami and does a scan of her with his x-ray vision, he quickly becomes very wary of how a woman who is supposed to be a scientist has such a clearly powerful body hidden away. A life on Gaea and being a Straw Hat Pirate has honed her into what the man believes to be the toughest non-Amazonian human woman he has ever met.
  • Asexuality: The first time the crew met Poison Ivy, she tried to use her pheromones to turn all the males of the Straw Hats into her servants. The reason Luffy turned out fine is because his libido is completely sleep while dreaming of meat. To say that Ivy is surprised and afraid at this development is an understatement.
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  • Ax-Crazy: The Joker, of course, but it gets ramped up after Sanji adjusts his face so he can't smile or laugh again.
  • Badass Crew: The Straw Hats, natch. What is different is that they have been bringing in local supervillains as well. While these newcomers are not exactly members of the crew itself, they are still close allies and as much as a team as there can be. The Justice League also counts, with them seeming to be expanding their own team earlier than canon.
  • Badass Teacher: The Straw Hats are training their new allies to help them improve their fighting potential. They're also ridiculously powerful when it comes to the DCAU.
  • Beauty Is Never Tarnished: Nami outright admits that the reason that she and the others are not more scarred from their battles, or weathered from living at sea, is because of Chopper's miracle cures.
  • Because You Were Nice to Me: The new allies of the Straw Hats are being truly loyal and helpful to the pirates because of their friendly nature towards them, and for the first time in years they feel genuinely accepted.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: You just don't want to make Luffy angry. Clayface and the newbies learn this after he mentions Blackbeard while talking about what is a true pirate with the captain.
  • Berserk Button: Joker manages to tap dance over most of Sanji's by a) poisoning food, b) trying to kill kids, and c) striking a woman in front of him.
  • Black and White Morality: What the norm is in the DCAU-verse. This is increasingly subverted by the Straw Hats though, who show that things are not as rosy as the Justice League likes to believe, bringing up arguments reminiscent of Cadmus later in the series. An In-Universe example, Diana tells the Justice League that the Straw Hats have a strong dislike to out and out hatred for the concept of Justice and how it's not just a childish rebellion against authority but have actual reasons to go against Justice, something that makes her uncomfortable.
  • Blood Knight: Zoro, and from the beginning he is rather irritated that due to the need for secrecy he has not had a decent fight in ages.
  • Blue and Orange Morality: As usual Luffy believes that everyone should just have the freedom to follow their dreams and do whathever they want, while it doesn't take away other people's, which makes him be at odds against the Justice League because of them following a Black and White Morality (though not totally considering Batman being one of the members) and it's the root of their conflict.
  • Calling Your Attacks: Discussed, when Hawkgirl mentions this after the events of "Fury", the rest of the League finds it odd and slightly amusing, but rationalize that they're so confident in their strength that they can afford to do such things.
  • Cannot Keep a Secret: Luffy says without thinking that they have been involved in illegal activities to part of the Justice League when he meets them.
  • Cannot Tell a Lie: Luffy is just as awful when it comes to lying as always. Wonder Woman and the Flash note this fact when they meet for the first time.
  • Cast from Calories: Volcana manages to lose the extra pudge that she gained quicker than usual because of her powers which helps burning even more calories. Wisely she doesn't tell this to the ladies that are still struggling to lose weight.
  • Child Soldier: Volcana was this in the past. Her parents brought her to a center where she could learn to control her powers over fire, but the government kidnapped her not long after she entered and trained her as a living weapon. After years of doing "dirty jobs" for them, she ended up rebelling and escaping from their clutches.
  • Cliffhanger:
    • Chapter 13: Ends with Superman sitting down in a food court with Luffy, Volcana, and Maureen.
  • Combat Clairvoyance: Luffy manages to avoid the worst outcomes while fighting against Parasite thanks to his ability of seeing a bit into the future, via Observation Haki, that he learned while fighting Katakuri.
  • Combat Medic: Chopper has revolutionized the medical world in the DCAU thanks to his genius at Cherry Blossom Medical. His combat ability isn't far behind.
  • Cool Big Sis: The Straw Hat girls, especially Volcana, are becoming this to Maureen/Permafrost in the scenes we see with them together.
  • Cool Sword: Shining Knight's magic sword is given the name Gearradh, which means "cutting" in Welsh.
  • Cool Teacher: Brook is teaching Grundy how to tell his infamous bad puns, with the zombie even taking notes about it. The Straw Hats in general can be considered this when it comes to training their new associates to fight, since they have both good advice and support to offer.
  • Corrupt Corporate Executive: Lex Luthor was the boss of his own company and he had been aiding a lot of corrupted activities for years behind the façade of a benevolent businessman, for profit and personal interests in his quest for world domination. This changed however after the Justice League managed to unmask him to the public, and he's forced to leave the business at Mercy's hands.
  • Crazy Homeless People: Maureen/Permafrost fit in this trope when she was first introduced in the story. Her mother died from an illness when she was just a child and she ended up living in the streets as a result. Living like that for a while made her a bit unstable, and when she got her powers it got even worse. Fortunately for her, Sanji and Nami met her in Dakota and they invited her to stay with them and the crew, where she benefits both from their support and from Chopper's medicine.
  • Crazy-Prepared: The meat freezer Franky made for Sanji is intended to keep Luffy out, and resembles more of a heavily fortified bank vault. Its eighteen digit passcode changes daily, has eight thick steel doors, and once said doors open you have to immediately yell 'Tofu forever' to disarm what sound like an ominous number of traps.
  • Cuddle Bug:
    • Maureen/Permafrost is very fond of her new family and likes to show it to them with hugs.
    • Harley Quinn finds Chopper really cute as well as adorable, and she shows it by giving him a hug.
    • Luffy hugs a lot and he seems to know how much someones needs it as Volcana notes.
  • Defrosting Ice Queen: Poison Ivy, Cheetah and Volcana weren't exactly the type of persons that could trust others easily given their past experiences. However, since meeting and passing time with the Straw Hats, their prior aloof behavior has started to change for the better.
  • Domestic Abuse: Harley Quinn was in a very toxic relationship with the Joker, being manipulated and treated awfully both physically and mentally. Once Sanji disfigured the clown's face at Halloween, she finally left him (to later join the Straw Hats for protection thanks to Ivy) because of what the mad man could do to her in his new state.
  • Drives Like Crazy: Zoro certainly isn't the best person you want to take you driving in a car, unless you want a heart attack.
  • Dysfunction Junction: All the supervillains who have befriended the Straw Hats had some kind of tragic experience that pushed them to be how they were before meeting the pirates, however the crew's warming attitude and behaviour (despite of them going through a Dark and Troubled Past as well) is slowly helping them resolve their issues.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Shining Knight appears to stop Zoro and a few others from robbing a bank. After a Curb-Stomp Battle, Zoro leaves the Knight to be picked up by the hospital. He is later recruited to join the League.
    • Helena Bertinelli/Huntress goes to Mandragora's house once she sees the fire on his house in the distance and talks with Franky there as to whether to kill the mobster or not.
    • Question is in a mall and recognizes Volcana disguised while she's there with Luffy and Maureen.
  • Entertainingly Wrong:
    • Lex Luthor and Batman are under the assumption that Luffy is actually a malevolent mastermind disguised as a fool because of his overall success and status. The reality, as we all know, is that he is far from being malevolent and he isn't the sharpest tool in the shed.
    • The entire Justice League fits in this trope when it comes to their thoughts on the Straw Hats. Flash and Wonder Woman in particular think that they've become cynical to the world around them when the crew is actually full of idealists who believe that dreams can come true.
    • Since the Straw Hats don't really especify about their past, their new allies/friends often understand things in another context to what the pirates actually mean. For example, when Luffy talks about having been in hell and escaping of it, they think that he's talking literally when he was instead referring to Impel Down (though it's not like it's different from the real thing).
  • Friendly Enemy: Flash is the Leaguer who's the least hostile towards the Straw Hats, basing his opinion on Brook's musical genius and Luffy's genial personality. Particularly noteworthy given how Flash's only meeting with Luffy ended with the pirate knocking out the hero, except Flash acknowledges he unintentionally provoked him.
  • Gendercide: Aresia's radical hatred for men was so strong that she tried to eradicate all of them with an allergen capable of affecting any kind of male. Fortunately her plan failed thanks to the efforts of those members of the Justice League and the Straw Hats who were unaffected.
  • Genki Girl: Harley Quinn is recognizable for being this. She can stay upbeat and cheerful even in the middle of a really tense situation.
  • Go Mad from the Isolation: Maureen was on the verge of this before being found by Sanji and Nami, as she was already suffering from auditory hallucinations not dissimilar to those found in paranoid schizophrenics.
  • Gone Horribly Right: Hippolyta helped raise Aresia to despise men, withholding the fact a man gave his life to save her, and then later had to try and stop Aresia from killing off all the men she hated so much.
  • Gone Horribly Wrong: Cheetah used to be a scientist who searched for possibilities of granting humans with animal characteristics. Because of lack of funding she ended up using herself as a test subject and ended up transforming into an anthropomorphic animal that was shunned by society.
  • Gray and Grey Morality: The general crux of the pirates-superheroes conflict. The Straw Hats only want to go home but don't really care about collateral damage in spite of not going out of their way to be jerks, while the Justice League's desire to protect people sometimes leads them to dip into self-righteousness.
  • Groin Attack: Luffy, being his usual Combat Pragmatist self, kicks a giant-sized Parasite right up in his "jewels" (or where they should be at least, it still works the same way). The attack is terrifyingly named the "Jewel Cleaver".
  • Hero Insurance:
    • In Ch. 8, Green Lantern goes to Wayne Enterprises to meet Bruce Wayne, who is generously working to create something like this. Usually the Justice League tries to help rebuild, or Batman ponies up the cash, but that is not always feasible or affordable in the long-term; so, it was decided that a non-profit organization to provide insurance for people after super-powered battles would be created.
    • Wayne Enterprises also provides relief in Gotham to those hurt by super-powered battles.
  • Hidden Depths: As in canon, the Straw Hats all possess this. However, they are also carefully working to hide their origins from the natives of Earth, preventing any interactions and exchanges with Gaia that are not on their own terms. Since they are actively keeping secrets, there are even more mysteries for the villains and heroes they interact with. To say nothing of general misunderstandings as they drop hints.
  • Honor Among Thieves: Batman realizes that the Straw Hats could potentialy make this work and considering how their allies are loyal to them since they're nice with them he is pretty much right.
  • Human Popsicle: Brook freezes Killer Frost and then she's stuffed in the Straw Hats' freezer. She's left there until Harley finds her and reminds them to give her to the cops.
  • Impossibly Delicious Food: Like in canon Sanji's cooking is just "that" good, their new allies certainly appreciate it, especially the ladies who even started to get pudgy because of it.
  • The Insomniac: After his transformation Clayface became unable to sleep, after a while he learned to do it since he enjoys it and helps his sanity as well.
  • Jaw Drop:
    • Harley Quinn has this reaction for a moment while she's talking with Sanji for the first time at the Straw Hat's base, out of surprise at the cook's kindness towards her, which really speaks of how foreign that must've been for her, since the Joker twisted her mind.
    • This is Cheetah's reaction after Luffy says that he'll return to "hell" to get her and the rest of his new friends out if they end up there like it's nothing special, Nami stops a moment before leaving to delicately close her mouth.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Batman is cynical and abrasive, yet he still decided to fight the good fight. Superman also guesses the Dark Knight first grew interested in Cherry Blossoms Medical because he saw an opportunity to help even more people.
  • Justified Criminal: The Straw Hats need to return to their world so they can accomplish their dreams and help their friends in the war at Wano that it's approaching, for that they need a lot of money and resources which it isn't enough to get with just their legal ways.
  • Killed Offscreen: Apparently before going to gather his allies in prison, the Joker tried to recruit Gorila Grodd for his group to kill the Straw Hats and the Justice League but he turned against him... now he's part of the decoration for the lair of the Injustice League.
  • Late to the Realization: The Justice League has been investigating about the Straw Hats since basically the beginning of the story, but they took a while to realize that the majority of them seem to be in their late teenage years. After a while, Shining Knight (who becomes a member by then) is the one that brings this to the front while discussing about them.
  • Mad Scientist: The Straw Hats know that they need scientific help getting home, except they do not know the underground scientific community very well when they first arrive. So they approach Cheetah, who while a Mad Scientist in her own right, is not the right type for what they want; however she DOES know how to contact the rights. Franky is an Aversion of this since while he is Very eccentric, a brilliant scientist in multiple fields and a criminal, he is not mad. Poison Ivy, another one, later joins up as well.
  • Magnetic Hero: Luffy and the Straw Hats in general are REALLY charismatic individuals who effortlessly befriend people and inspire loyalty. This story is no exception with them managing a genuine alliance and friendship with supervillains who previously didn't have any concept of Honor Among Thieves.
  • Mama Bear: Or Big Sister Bears with this cast.
    • The female members of the Straw Hats fit in this trope as always, when the male population was being killed this was put into perspective with Nami's pure hatred and killing intent for Aresia, and Robin saying that if it means saving her male family, she will burn the whole world if necessary. A shaken Aresia goes as far as describing it to herself as "monsters" residing inside both of them.
    • When Killer Frost threatens to abduct Maureen, to quote one reader: "Oooooh. She done it now. Volcana is going to burning momma bear mode."
  • The Man Behind the Man: Or rather woman in this case. With his information at the time as well as how dangerous he deems her to be, Talon Karrade had the impression that Robin was the leader of the Straw Hats. It's later, when she goes to talk with him face to face, that it's revealed to him that she works for someone else much to his hidden surprise.
  • My Greatest Failure: While Robin is talking with her new allies and mentions how all the Straw Hats had a past marked by death, Volcana asks if Luffy lost people too since it's surprising of the usually cheerful captain. At that moment, Robin's façade cracks and the grief and shame for being unable to help him in Marineford show through...
  • Never Gets Fat: Luffy and the Flash can eat high amounts of food and still remain as fit as always because of their insanely high metabolism.
    • Nami fits in this trope quite well: in a Halloween party, she is gobbling quite a lot of food but she's confident that her exercise routine will keep her hourglass figure. Later, Volcana confirms it by proclaiming in frustration that she eats Sanji's food as much as the other ladies and yet she doesn't put on a single pound like the rest.
  • N.G.O. Superpower:
    • The Justice League is an obvious example.
    • The Straw Hats count as well, as not only are they easily 10 of the most powerful fighters on the planet, they have a secret financial support network of several companies to keep them comfortable. Unfortunately Franky's expenses in trying to make a gateway home, and Luffy's appetite, means they have to make the odd excursion to steal more cash.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!:
    • This unfortunately sums up the mess made in the very beginning. Batman discovers a bunch of suspicious things about a medical company, and goes snooping around before getting caught. The first issue was that Cherry Blossom Medical was revolutionizing the medical world at lower costs than they could have charged, and while its being shut down was a temporary thing, they no longer had access to Chopper's genius. The second and more significant issue is that the way Batman handled the situation—using his customary paranoia and tactics—and subsequently being caught in the act, meant that the Straw Hats were guaranteed to be enemies. Especially since Batman's actions confirmed their own fears that while the members of the Justice League were not necessarily bad people, they still resembled the marines too much for comfort. [1] states that if Superman had approached 'Sanji Kuroashi' openly, in all likelihood the pirates and heroes would be openly cooperating with each other.
    • Sanji steps in to protect Harley from Joker's abuse, and ends up adjusting his face so he can never smile or laugh. Losing the crux of his identity turns the Clown Prince of Crime even more insane, and he begins gathering villains to destroy both the pirates and the Justice League.
    • Superman wanted to help Volcana so she was able to have peace without being endangered by the government agents after her, while also not being a threat to those around her. Unfortunately, the idea that he comes up with is leaving her in an isolated island where he can only drop by occasionally. Eventually, she escapes from the island and joins the Straw Hats, which makes Superman realize that she could be one of his biggest failures in the future. Batman does not hesitate to chew him out for it either.
  • The Nicknamer: The fact that he's in a different world doesn't matter, Luffy still calls some people with nicknames rather than by their real names to make it easier for himself to remember them. Tellingly though, he did not refer to Maureen by 'Mauri' until after she had settled in some more, needing to adjust after coming off from living on the streets.
    • Harley Quinn also likes to call people by nicknames rather than their regular ones, for example she calls her best friend Poison Ivy "Red" because of her hair color, The Joker was "Mr J" or "Puddin'" before she left him and began to move on etc...
  • Nothing but Skin and Bones: When she's introduced in the story Maureen/Permafrost is malnourished from living in the streets and not having much to eat. However, since she joined the Straw Hats she's been progressively improving thanks to Sanji's cooking.
  • Not-So-Well-Intentioned Extremist: After her terrible past and right after having been raised by the Amazons teachings against males through years, Aresia comes to the flawed conclusion that all men are horrible beings and have to be exterminated for the better of the world, and most of all for her own personal revenge. Obviously she fails to see that she acts exactly the same way as her opinion of men and that there are bad women as well.
  • Outside-Context Problem: The Straw Hats are this for the Justice League in spades. Not only do they bring with them abilities and skills that easily put them on the top tier of fighters on the planet, but their experiences with the World Government have left them VERY cynical towards the idea of 'justice'.
  • Paper-Thin Disguise: In order to acompany Volcana and Maureen to the mall, Luffy once again uses his diguise of Dressrosa and calls himself "Lucy" to go. Funnily enough the one who is recognized is Volcana when she actually put effort in disguising herself.
  • The Paragon: The Justice League aspires to be this. With typical cynicism, Batman also notes that if they are seen as heroes who keep winning and saving the day, not only will it ensure no government opposition, it will also demoralize criminals before a fist is thrown; similar to how he operates himself in Gotham. Unfortunately, the ongoing victories of the Straw Hats are a threat to this.
  • Positive Friend Influence: The supervillains who have allied with the Straw Hats have been improving when it comes to their respective problems/behaviour compared to before, because of the pirates' influence. Harley and Maureen are being healed from their past little by little; Cheetah, Clayface and Grundy are being accepted by others once again; and Poison Ivy, as well as Volcana, are lightening up from their usual cynical world-view.
  • Ragtag Bunch of Misfits: The Straw Hats and their new allies, villains who are such due to being outcasts, not evil.
  • Reality Ensues: Even if Areisa's plague failed to wipe out the total male population, it did not go without casualties. Elderly men, young children, and others with weaker constitutions all died before the cure could be administered. It's also mentioned that Aresia's dream of a female utopia would never have happened, as not every woman hates men, and more than a small percentage of the world's female population wants her dead.
    • If Aresia had not been take back to the island, she would have been executed for terrorism.
  • The Reason You Suck: Nami and Robin remark to Aresia the hypocrisy of her actions, including the fact that she behaves exactly the same way as her opinion of men in general.
  • Secret Secret-Keeper: The Straw Hats are well aware that Superman is really Clark Kent. They just do not care about using that information.
  • Skeletal Musician: Brook is this, he's so good and popular as a musician that even when he's considered a criminal by the authorities and the Justice League he still has a huge fanbase cheering for him.
  • Sleep Cute: The Straw Hat girls and their female allies seem like angels while sleeping, Nami and Robin are even using Cheetah as a plushie, and all of them have cute pajamas... On the other hand, the males seem like they're snoozing in the jungle, and it's a wonder how they don't kill each other every morning.
  • Slice of Life: In several chapters we get scenes showing the Straw Hats just relaxing in their base. Watching films, discussing fiction, playing games, along with the occasional philosophical question.
  • Society of Immortals: When Star Sapphire points out that without men the human race will die, Aresia reveals that when all 'the evils of men' are gone, she intends for all women to be made as immortal as the amazons.
  • Straw Feminist: Aresia is the primary example with her hatred for men and her plan of killing all of them on the planet.
    • The Amazons can be considered as well. Not to the same extent as Aresia, of course, but a major reason for her radicalization was their "distaste" for men that she was raised to embrace. Hippolyta and Wonder Woman realize this once the incident is over and can only feel regret.
    • Poison Ivy is another example: while her hatred is more centered towards the human race in general, she feels more distaste for males. The more time that passes, the more that the Straw Hats’ influence diminishes this.
  • Stunned Silence:
    • This is the reaction that the new allies of the Straw Hats have after Luffy casually says that he'll break in and out of "hell" again just to save them if they end up there. Such is their shock, Nami stops to close Cheetah's gaping mouth.
    • Superman has several moments where he doesn't really know what to say in his first conversation with Luffy because of the wackiness of the rubber boy.
  • Superman Stays Out of Gotham: Despite the sharply escalating crime rate in Gotham, when Wonder Woman shows up to help, Batman still tries to send her away. She ignores him.
  • Suspiciously Specific Denial:
    • Volcana has two of these mentally to reassure herself: The first one happens after Nami teases her and the rest of female friends for getting a bit chubby, so in annoyance Volcana says to herself that her pants aren't getting tight around her waist. The second happens later when Superman appears in the mall that she's in and covers her mouth with a napkin for taking a long breath while reminding herself that she's not scared of him.
    • After Luffy hits him bellow the belt, Parasite starts to make excuses for himself to leave the fight instead of admiting that in reality he is in a LOT of pain.
  • That Man Is Dead: When Maureen wonders if she should go by the name Permafrost again, Volcana discourages it. After all, the formerly homeless teen had chosen that name because she heard 'voices' calling her that. Now that she is doing better, Volcana does not want to encourage that particular behaviour again to prevent any relapse.
  • Too Dumb to Live: Luthor was carrying around a piece of radioactive, green rock for ages, without doing any studies into whether that was harmful or not. Predictably, he blames Superman when he gets terminal cancer from it.
  • Too Much Information: Once he's done explaining how he defeated Parasite, Luffy tells both Maureen and Volcana what their crew did to "push" Franky to join in the past. The redhead says this to her boss and thinks to herself how she really didn't need to know any of this information.
  • The Undead: Brook and Grundy are this, with the former being a living skeleton and the latter a zombie.
  • Underestimating Badassery: While they're known for being powerful enough to go toe to toe with some members of the Justice League, nobody — heroes, villains, or even the ones working for them — know just how strong the Straw Hats really are. This makes everyone underestimate them a little bit, even if it's subconsciously. Of course, this is largely because the pirates don't want to attract too much attention, and going all-out would be detrimental for that.
  • Undying Loyalty: As True Companions, the Straw Hats obviously have this towards one another; however, Robin takes it to a frightening degree telling all that she is willing to burn the world in order to save her friends. Considering her life before then, it's more than understandable.
  • Villainous Valour: During his 'fight' with Zoro, Shining Knight attributes this to the pirate.
  • Weirdness Magnet: This is one of the best ways to describe the Straw Hats and Luffy in special. When the captain left their base to go at the mall without the knowledge of the crew a part of them panicked to a more or less degree and freaked out their new friends in the process for this very reason, of course they turn out to be correct after all since Luffy did get into trouble there.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: Like in canon material, Poison Ivy is considered this with her being an eco-terrorist: the majority of her crimes are for the good of plant life, but she uses violent methods against her much despised human race (with some exceptions). To elaborate further, she is very dismissive of Aresia's plan due to the fact that the allergen could've mutated and crossed the species barrier, affecting male animals, which she noted would have had negative effects to botanical life further down the line due to the lack of carbon dioxide needed for photosynthesis.
  • World of Badass: Quite literally, Chopper finds out that there's not much, if any, genetic difference between a human from Earth and a human from Gaea, meta-humans and Devil Fruit users excluded, thus speculates that it's the environment of the world itself that makes even people like Nami and Usopp have physiques that have Superman seeing them as non-powered physical powerhouses.
  • Worth It: Aresia considers the fact that she would have been hated by most of the worlds women whose husbands and sons and fathers she killed well worth the price if it meant that all men were dead.
  • Worthy Opponent: After testing Shining Knight's resolve, Zoro is impressed and goes so far as to give him a tip for improving his sword-fighting.
  • Would Hurt a Child:
    • Aresia wanted to wipe out ANY men, this includes kids and even babies.
    • The Joker planned to sell poisoned apples to children for Halloween. Fortunately, Sanji was able to expose him before anyone took a bite. Averted with Harley who voiced clear reluctance to be doing that to kids.

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