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One Piece Live Attraction: Phantom (formerly titled One Piece Live Attraction 3: Phantom) is the third installment of the One Piece Live Attraction, a stage show performed in Tokyo One Piece Tower. Unlike the other Live Attraction installments, it ran for two one-year terms from 2017 to 2019 instead of just one, with minor changes being made in the second term.[1]

The Straw Hats meet "Diva" Ann, a singer who can create illusions. However, Buggy then captures Ann and forces her to use her power against the Straw Hats.

Plot SummaryEdit

In the show, the Straw Hat Pirates attend a special concert at Live Music Club TONGARI commemorating Ann's return to her home island. DJ Parrot opens the show by welcoming the audience and announcing the venue's rules. Then, after the Straw Hat Pirates enter, he introduces and welcomes Ann to the stage. As Ann sings, she interacts with the Straw Hat crew and forgets that she is performing. After the pirates remind her, she continues to perform and demonstrates her powers by creating phantoms of a bunch of flowers and then Karoo (the Kung-Fu Dugongs in the first version of the show). Suddenly, Buggy appears and takes Ann hostage. He wants to try to force Ann to use her powers to help him capture the crew and sell them to the Marines. As a member of the Shichibukai, he had called in a Marine fleet to ambush Robin, Franky and Brook, who stayed on the Thousand Sunny while the rest of the crew attended Ann's concert. Buggy also introduces Puggy, the best martial artist in Buggy's Delivery. Puggy fights Zoro and Sanji, but he blocks their attacks with ease.

Buggy forces Ann to create phantoms of different allies of the Straw Hat Pirates, and while the confused pirates interact with and defend attacks from the phantoms, Puggy captures and ties them up one by one. With only Luffy left to free his friends, Buggy forces Ann to create a phantom of Sabo, and when the fake Sabo attacks, it confuses Luffy. The rest of the crew reminds him that Sabo would never do such a thing, and Luffy uses Gomu Gomu no Elephant Gun to knock Buggy and Puggy away. Now with everyone freed from Buggy's clutches, Ann thanks Luffy and offers to create a phantom of Ace for him. Luffy declines, and the crew encourages Ann to restart her concert. As they all sing and dance, Buggy returns to try again. Luffy attacks Buggy with Gomu Gomu no Red Hawk, and behind Luffy, Ann creates a phantom of Ace to help him. Just as Luffy turns around, the phantom of Ace disappears. He briefly notices Ace but quickly forgets about it as DJ Parrot announces that they will continue the concert. The crew sings with Ann and wishes her well as they leave. The phantom of Ace reappears and asks the audience to take care of his little brother before the show ends.

CastEdit

Character Voice Actor Stage Actor(s)
Monkey D. Luffy Mayumi Tanaka Seiya Shimo/Tetsuro Shimoda
Roronoa Zoro Kazuya Nakai Reiki Nakajima/Hiro Matsuda
Nami Akemi Okamura Rii Tachibana/Chihiro Saito
Usopp Kappei Yamaguchi Akihide Kaneda/Yoshiki Sankoda
Sanji Hiroaki Hirata Yuji Ota/Yuki Hayashi
Tony Tony Chopper Ikue Otani N/A (Chopper is a puppet)
Nico Robin Yuriko Yamada Rio Taniguchi (video appearance)
Franky Kazuki Yao Kaigo Omi (video appearance)
Brook Chō Hiroaki Harumoto (video appearance)
Buggy Shigeru Chiba Takenori Yuushi/Daichi Inai
Puggy N/A Uncredited
Ann Saori Hayami Runa Kojima/Itsuki Hashimoto
DJ Parrot MC RYU N/A (DJ Parrot is a puppet)
Portgas D. Ace Toshio Furukawa Sumiya Ito/Tomohiko Masuda
Bentham Kazuki Yao Asakura Shota
Boa Hancock Mitsuishi Kotono Sakuya Hatai
Trafalgar D. Water Law Hiroshi Kamiya Nishimura Nobuaki
Dracule Mihawk Hirohiko Kakegawa Hashimoto Zenichi
Perona Kumiko Nishihara Ayumi Hiraishi (video appearance)
Smoker Mahito Ohba Shigemi Tanaka (video appearance)
Tashigi Junko Noda Umino Kawamura (video appearance)
Cavendish Akira Ishida Seiya Matsumoto (video appearance)
Emporio Ivankov Mitsuo Iwata Shinnosuke Fujita (video appearance)
Sabo Tōru Furuya Kento Murakami (video appearance)

Staff ListEdit

One Piece Premier Show: Marionette
Supervision Eiichiro Oda
Director Worry Kinoshita
Co-Director Masami Ito
Costume Makino iwao Junko/Natsumi Kobayashi
Laser CAST
Composition & Screenplay Yusuke Hori
Hair and Makeup Keiko Ma/Hirona Nakamaru
Control Program Mileruntech
Music Shunsuke Wada
Assistant Director Kyoko Kishi
Stage Sets C-COM
Choreography HIDALI
Stage Manager Yoshiyuki Hori
Props Atelier Chaos
Stunt Masanori Tomita
Wireless LED Items PIKABON
Art BOKETA
Puppet Studio Nova
Lighting Yuki Sugahashi (balance,inc.LIGHTING)
Superviser SHUEISHA Inc.

Toei Animation

Sound Yusuke Oki
Video Naho Oshika
Production Cooperation Cube
Production Nelke Planning
Technical Direction Yuhi Sekiguchi (balance,inc.DESIGN)

TriviaEdit

  • Ann would go on to become a recurring character in the One Piece franchise, appearing in the next live attraction Marionette as well as in the anime film One Piece: Stampede.
  • In the first version of the show, Buggy forced Ann to create phantoms of Bentham, Boa Hancock, Trafalgar Law and Dracule Mihawk to capture and trick the Straw Hat Pirates. In the second version of the show, Perona, Smoker, Tashigi, Cavendish and Emporio Ivankov were featured instead. Sabo and Ace were the only phantoms featured in both versions.[2]
  • In this show, Luffy is confused after Ann creates an illusion of Sabo to attack him. In the next show Marionette, Sabo appears and actually does attack Luffy after inhaling Caesar Clown's marionette gas.

ReferencesEdit

  1. 【東京ワンピースタワー】最新作情報解禁!ONE PIECE LIVE ATTRACTION「MARIONETTE」!
  2. Characters are added to Live Attraction: Phantom in its second term.

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