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You are a Marine; a Commander, to be precise, newly promoted and now entrusted with command over an entire ship and its complement of soldiers. It took you years of effort to reach this point, working your way up through the ranks with blood and sweat and unflinching dedication, but at last Headquarters has seen your merit and granted you a rank of true command. Your ship is a small one, it is true, but it is yours, and as the highest ranking officer aboard your word is effectively law.

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Your assignment is a simple one; to patrol the seas and keep them safe for all law-abiding citizens of the world government, acting in accordance with Marine regulations and your own best judgement. Of course, what that actually means in practice can vary wildly, especially when it comes to your particular area of operations…
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Written by Maugan Ra on Sufficient Velocity.com, And Justice For All is a One Piece quest set 15 years after the death of Gol D. Roger, and follows the adventures of Aubigny D. Juliette, a newly promoted Commander in the Marines as she patrols South Blue.

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And Justice For All contains examples of:

  • Afraid of Blood: Juliette is afflicted with what has been called - sometimes as an affectionate joke, sometimes as a mocking jab, sometimes as a tragic lament - as the Swordsman's Curse: she cannot stand the sight of blood.
  • Badass in Charge: Commander Aubigny D. Juliette. It’s her first year in command of her own ship!
  • Big Damn Heroes: Juliette and her crew start the quest by saving the people of Corola Island from a pirate attack.
  • Character Tics: In order to avoid seeing any blood, Juliette turns her head away after finishing off her opponents,.
  • Charles Atlas Superpower: She hasn’t eaten a Devil Fruit, or awakened her Haki, but Juliette shows signs of being a monster.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Juliette has a really dry wit, and has thrown out some pretty badass Pre Asskicking One Liners.
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  • Evil Weapon: Kitetsu II's curse has led all its previous owners to violent deaths.
  • Iaijutsu Practitioner: Only in the most dire of extremities does Juliette draw her blade, and when she does, it is to perform a single, perfect, lightning-fast cut, immediately sheathing her blade.
  • Implausible Fencing Powers: Juliette can burn things and cut through almost anything (even someone’s neck) without unsheathing her sword!
  • Improbable Age: To be given command of your own ship at 20 is almost unheard of in the Marines.
  • Katanas Are Just Better: Even when they're never removed from their sheaths.
  • Multiple-Choice Past: Juliette has developed an impressive register of justifications, dark backstories, and proud boasts serving to hide the true reason for fighting with her sword sheathed.
  • Mysterious Past: It is mentioned that Juliette has siblings, however we don’t know what happened to them. Or how Juliette inherited Kitetsu II and developed an aversion to blood.
  • Named After Somebody Famous: Juliette’s name is based on Julie d'Aubigny, better known as Mademoiselle Maupin or La Maupin, a 17th-century swordswoman and opera singer.
  • Sheath Strike: While Juliette refuses to use her sword, one cannot say the same about the sheath.
  • Supernatural Martial Arts: Rokushiki, used by some members of the Marines, including Juliette.
  • Weapon of Choice: Kitetsu II for Juliette.
  • Wooden Katanas Are Even Better: In a sense. Juliette keeps her sword sheathed, which means when she fights with it she's essentially wielding a bokken, not a katana.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Juliette has pale blue hair, recently freed from the constraints of a recruit’s buzzcut and still acclimatising itself to the possible existence of ‘styles’ and grooming.

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