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Long Ring Long Land is an archipelago in the first half of the Grand Line. This is the location of the Long Ring Long Land Arc, and the seventh island visited by the Straw Hat Pirates on the Grand Line.
Geography[edit | edit source]
Long Ring Long Land is a chain of ten islands in a ring shape, with a path between the islands that surfaces once every year. Because the ten islands of the archipelago are actually linked together as one giant island, an Eternal Pose cannot be used to get from one island to another.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
List of Animals[edit | edit source]
The animals that live here are unique in that they are all longer than normal in some way, such as a tall horse with a long neck.
- Bear: tall bears that walk on two legs with human toes, making them easy to be mistaken for humans. (Later revealed to be an easter egg on the alternate front cover of Volume 52.)
- Snow Leooopard
Citizens[edit | edit source]
|Tonjit||Shelly||Tonjit's Granddaughter||Tonjit's Grandson||Rittonto ≠|
|Rittonto's Mole ≠|
|Long Bear||Long Fox||Long Deer||Long Stork||Daaachshund|
|Plaaatypus||Snow Leooopard||Master of the Waters|
- †: the character is deceased.
- *: the character's status is unknown, or show additional information. Hovering the symbol may give further details.
- ≠: the character is non-canon.
- ‡: the character is no longer part of this group. Hovering the symbol may give further details.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- According to Tonjit, the reason for all the animals grow so long is because they are able to live freely without feeling any restraint (mentally and physically) on the great wide plains of this island.
- This is the first and, so far, the only canon island that the Straw Hats visited in Grand Line without prior knowledge of the name (not including the islands they were blasted to by Kuma). The same could be said about Drum Island, except Wapol confirmed the name before they reached the island, though they weren't aware of it at the time.
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