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|rname = ''Atama-yama Tōzoku-dan''
 
|rname = ''Atama-yama Tōzoku-dan''
 
|ename = Atamayama Thieves Brigade
 
|ename = Atamayama Thieves Brigade
|first = [[Chapter 921]]{{Qref|name=debut|chap=921|page=10-12|The Mt. Atama Thieves appear in Okobore Town.}}
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|first = [[Chapter 921]]{{qref|name=debut|chap=921|page=10-12|ep=|The Mt. Atama Thieves appear in Okobore Town.}}
 
|leader = [[Ashura Doji]]
 
|leader = [[Ashura Doji]]
 
|residency = [[Wano Country]]
 
|residency = [[Wano Country]]
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The '''Mt. Atama Thieves''' are a group of [[bandits]] who operate in [[Wano Country]].{{Qref|chap=917|page=7|Holdem talks about the Mt. Atama Thieves.}} Their leader is [[Ashura Doji]], who goes by the name Shutenmaru.{{Qref|name=debut}}
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The '''Mt. Atama Thieves''' are a group of [[bandits]] who operate in [[Wano Country]].{{qref|name=c917|chap=917|page=7|ep=|Holdem talks about the Mt. Atama Thieves.}} Their leader is [[Ashura Doji]], who goes by the name Shutenmaru.{{qref|name=debut}}
   
 
==Overview==
 
==Overview==
They are a group of thieves who would steal from anyone, whether it is the [[Beasts Pirates]] or the poor citizens of [[Wano Country]].{{Qref|name=debut}}
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They are a group of thieves who would steal from anyone, whether it is the [[Beasts Pirates]] or the poor citizens of [[Wano Country]].{{qref|name=debut}}
   
 
==Symbol==
 
==Symbol==
The symbol of the Mt. Atama Thieves bears a form resembling [[Ashura Doji|Shutenmaru's]] hairstyle. The symbol is initially shown accompanied by a [[Wikipedia:Shimenawa|Shimenawa]]​​​​.​​​{{Qref|name=debut}}
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The symbol of the Mt. Atama Thieves bears a form resembling [[Ashura Doji|Shutenmaru's]] hairstyle. The symbol is initially shown accompanied by a [[Wikipedia:Shimenawa|Shimenawa]]​​​​.​​​{{qref|name=debut}}
   
 
==History==
 
==History==
 
===Past===
 
===Past===
A few weeks before [[Monkey D. Luffy|Monkey D. Luffy's]] arrival at [[Wano Country]], [[Ashura Doji|Shutenmaru]] and other thieves managed to steal [[Foods and Beverages|food]] from the [[Kuri#Paradise Farm|farm]] of the shogun, [[Kurozumi Orochi]], in [[Kuri]].{{Qref|chap=914|page=12|Batman talks about the latest theft.}}
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A few weeks before [[Monkey D. Luffy|Monkey D. Luffy's]] arrival at [[Wano Country]], [[Ashura Doji|Shutenmaru]] and other thieves managed to steal [[Foods and Beverages|food]] from the [[Kuri#Paradise Farm|farm]] of the shogun, [[Kurozumi Orochi]], in [[Kuri]].{{qref|name=c914|chap=914|page=12|ep=|Batman talks about the latest theft.}}
   
 
===Wano Country Arc===
 
===Wano Country Arc===
They were first shown stealing food from the citizens of [[Kuri#Okobore Town|Okobore Town]] before they were confronted by [[Jack]]. Shutenmaru clashed with Jack until [[Kaido]] arrived in Kuri, prompting the thieves to retreat.{{Qref|chap=921|page=10-19|The Mt. Atama Thieves steal food from Okobore Town's citizens, and Shutenmaru clashes with Jack.}}
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They were first shown stealing food from the citizens of [[Kuri#Okobore Town|Okobore Town]] before they were confronted by [[Jack]]. Shutenmaru clashed with Jack until [[Kaido]] arrived in Kuri, prompting the thieves to retreat.{{qref|name=c921|chap=921|page=10-19|ep=|The Mt. Atama Thieves steal food from Okobore Town's citizens, and Shutenmaru clashes with Jack.}}
   
At [[Kuri#Mt. Atama|Mt. Atama]], Shutenmaru fought with [[Inuarashi]] until [[Kin'emon]] interrupted the fight.{{Qref|chap=925|page=13-16|Shutenmaru and Inurashi fight until Kin'emon interrupts them.}}
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At [[Kuri#Mt. Atama|Mt. Atama]], Shutenmaru fought with [[Inuarashi]] until [[Kin'emon]] interrupted the fight.{{qref|name=c925|chap=925|page=13-16|ep=|Shutenmaru and Inurashi fight until Kin'emon interrupts them.}}
   
A few days later, one of [[Holdem|Holdem's]] subordinates set Mt. Atama on fire, forcing the thieves to flee. Shutenmaru decided to go to [[Kuri#Bakura Town|Bakura Town]] to retaliate against Holdem.{{Qref|chap=941|page=8-9}} After arriving there, Shutenmaru witnessed [[Shimotsuki Yasuie|Yasuie's]] execution along with Kin'emon and Inuarashi. Afterward, Shutenmaru learned that Kin'emon framed him for theft and got angry. Kin'emon apologized and asked for his help.{{Qref|chap=945|page=10-11|Kin'emon apologizes to Shutenmaru and asks for his assistance.}}
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A few days later, one of [[Holdem|Holdem's]] subordinates set Mt. Atama on fire, forcing the thieves to flee. Shutenmaru decided to go to [[Kuri#Bakura Town|Bakura Town]] to retaliate against Holdem.{{qref|chap=941|page=8-9}} After arriving there, Shutenmaru witnessed [[Shimotsuki Yasuie|Yasuie's]] execution along with Kin'emon and Inuarashi. Afterward, Shutenmaru learned that Kin'emon framed him for theft and got angry. Kin'emon apologized and asked for his help.{{qref|name=c945|chap=945|page=10-11|ep=|Kin'emon apologizes to Shutenmaru and asks for his assistance.}}
   
 
Shutenmaru later took Kin'emon and Inuarashi to the graves of those who tried to fight Kaido ten years ago. When Shutenmaru decided to join the [[Kozuki Family|Kozuki Family's]] [[Ninja-Pirate-Mink-Samurai Alliance|alliance]], his gang joined as well.{{Qref|chap=950|page=8-13}}
 
Shutenmaru later took Kin'emon and Inuarashi to the graves of those who tried to fight Kaido ten years ago. When Shutenmaru decided to join the [[Kozuki Family|Kozuki Family's]] [[Ninja-Pirate-Mink-Samurai Alliance|alliance]], his gang joined as well.{{Qref|chap=950|page=8-13}}

Revision as of 01:43, 27 July 2019

The Mt. Atama Thieves are a group of bandits who operate in Wano Country.[2] Their leader is Ashura Doji, who goes by the name Shutenmaru.[1]

Overview

They are a group of thieves who would steal from anyone, whether it is the Beasts Pirates or the poor citizens of Wano Country.[1]

Symbol

The symbol of the Mt. Atama Thieves bears a form resembling Shutenmaru's hairstyle. The symbol is initially shown accompanied by a Shimenawa​​​​.​​​[1]

History

Past

A few weeks before Monkey D. Luffy's arrival at Wano Country, Shutenmaru and other thieves managed to steal food from the farm of the shogun, Kurozumi Orochi, in Kuri.[3]

Wano Country Arc

They were first shown stealing food from the citizens of Okobore Town before they were confronted by Jack. Shutenmaru clashed with Jack until Kaido arrived in Kuri, prompting the thieves to retreat.[4]

At Mt. Atama, Shutenmaru fought with Inuarashi until Kin'emon interrupted the fight.[5]

A few days later, one of Holdem's subordinates set Mt. Atama on fire, forcing the thieves to flee. Shutenmaru decided to go to Bakura Town to retaliate against Holdem.[6] After arriving there, Shutenmaru witnessed Yasuie's execution along with Kin'emon and Inuarashi. Afterward, Shutenmaru learned that Kin'emon framed him for theft and got angry. Kin'emon apologized and asked for his help.[7]

Shutenmaru later took Kin'emon and Inuarashi to the graves of those who tried to fight Kaido ten years ago. When Shutenmaru decided to join the Kozuki Family's alliance, his gang joined as well.[8]

Translation and Dub Issues

The group is frequently called the "Atamayama Thieves", which is used by the official Viz translation. Atama-yama is the untranslated name of Mt. Atama, with yama meaning "mountain".

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 One Piece Manga — Vol. 91 Chapter 921 (p. 10-12), The Mt. Atama Thieves appear in Okobore Town.
  2. One Piece Manga — Vol. 91 Chapter 917 (p. 7), Holdem talks about the Mt. Atama Thieves.
  3. One Piece Manga — Vol. 91 Chapter 914 (p. 12), Batman talks about the latest theft.
  4. One Piece Manga — Vol. 91 Chapter 921 (p. 10-19), The Mt. Atama Thieves steal food from Okobore Town's citizens, and Shutenmaru clashes with Jack.
  5. One Piece Manga — Vol. 92 Chapter 925 (p. 13-16), Shutenmaru and Inurashi fight until Kin'emon interrupts them.
  6. One Piece Manga — Vol. 93 Chapter 941 (p. 8-9).
  7. One Piece Manga — Vol. 94 Chapter 945 (p. 10-11), Kin'emon apologizes to Shutenmaru and asks for his assistance.
  8. One Piece Manga — Vol. 94 Chapter 950 (p. 8-13).

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