One Piece Wiki

General Questions[]

What is One Piece Wiki?[]

The One Piece Wiki is a vast array of informative pages detailing the characters, media, and story behind the One Piece universe. Contributed to by volunteers from all around the world, we strive to be as accurate and fair as possible to provide the best quality source of free information for those aiming to learn more about the One Piece world.

Who owns One Piece Wiki?[]

As mentioned above, no one person, group or corporation owns the One Piece Wiki, as it is a dedicated site driven by the community. Nobody here is paid for their work, the One Piece Wiki is completely volunteer-based.

Who is responsible to edit this Wikia?[]

Anyone is welcome to edit our pages, but be sure to follow the rules against vandalism.

What can I do if I need help?[]

There is a Help page. A link is available on the left menu (below Recent Changes link).

It is also possible to look at Wikipedia Wikipedia Help page or Wikipedia own FAQ

You can also seek help in our Discord server, particularly the Productive Wiki Work channel.

Series Questions[]

Why is this series so popular?[]

That depends on who you ask. Many will say the series is popular because it tells an amazing and inspiring story, is set in a huge and detailed world with a rich cast that for many years has tugged heartstrings, sparked imaginations and touched the lives of millions.

What's so great about One Piece?[]

The deep, winding plot, the epic clashes and fights, the classic and brilliantly executed themes and much more. Everyone has their own personal reason.

Who created One Piece?[]

A mangaka by the name of Eiichiro Oda.

So what's the story about?[]

The story is in a nutshell about a boy named Monkey D. Luffy who aims to become the new Pirate King and find the treasure known as One Piece. There's far more to One Piece than just that of course, but you'd have to find that out for yourself.

Where can I read the One Piece manga?[]

You can read the first three and the three latest chapters for free on the Manga Plus and VIZ websites. You can read all other chapters on the VIZ website with a Shonen Jump subscription which is $2 a month.

Alternative options include:

  • Buying the volumes, either online or from your local bookstore.
  • Borrowing the volumes from your local library.
  • Reading chapter scans online (Note: Be warned that unofficial online scanlations are both illegal and often have very inconsistent and flawed translations. For more information about official vs. unofficial translations, see here).

When do new chapters come out?[]

Usually on Sundays at 4:00 PM UTC.

Where can I watch the One Piece anime?[]

  • Crunchyroll (Subbed and dubbed)
  • Hulu (Subscription required; subbed only; currently up to Dressrosa Saga)
  • Netflix (Subscription required; Subbed and dubbed; currently up to Summit War Saga, and the Egghead Arc)
  • Buy seasons on DVD, either in person or online
  • Anime streaming websites (Note: These websites are illegal and may not be safe. Certain episodes, particularly older ones, may have been subtitled by fans; these translations may not be accurate.)

When do new episodes come out?[]

Episodes air every Sunday at 12:30 AM UTC, and are typically posted to Crunchyroll an hour or two after airing.

Legal Questions[]

Is everything on One Piece Wiki copyrighted?[]

No, nearly everything is fair use. Some images may have differing copyright statuses, be sure to check those.

Can I use One Piece Wiki content for my site/anywhere else?[]

Yes. Crediting us for the information you use is appreciated, but not required.

What about using it on other Wikias?[]

If you want. However, your wiki should be tackling a different topic other than One Piece; wikis found to be duplicates of this one in terms of scope will likely be shut down by FANDOM.

Can I put content from other sites on the Wiki?[]

It depends. Generally, it is okay to use information gained from fan translations and recaps of One Piece material, but try to put the information into your own words and avoid anything that might be seen as plagiarism.

Opinions from other sites typically do not belong on the wiki as it is mainly focused on facts.

Technical Questions[]

What wiki software does the Wiki use?[]

The One Piece Wiki is hosted on FANDOM and thus the open-source MediaWiki platform programmed in PHP. The Wikia interface uses multiple open-source extensions developed by Wikia as listed here.

Where should I report technical issues?[]

If the problem is only with one page/file, then the talk page for that page is acceptable.

If the problem is widespread across the wiki, create a forum in our site problems category.

Do I have to register?[]

Yes. Some wikis allow unregistered viewers to edit, but due to vandalism, our site currently requires users to have an account. Some pages may be protected so only "autoconfirmed" users (those with accounts more than a few days old) are able to edit them.

What are namespaces?[]

Namespaces are where different sections of content are located.

  • The main namespace is where all articles and encyclopedic content are located.
  • The Talk namespace is where users can discuss things in the main/File/User namespace.
  • The File namespace is where all images are located.
  • The One Piece Wiki namespace is where the wiki and its rules are explained.
  • The User namespace is where users can personalize their accounts.
  • The Forum namespace is where you can discuss things related to One Piece or the wiki.
  • The Blog and Blog Comment namespace is where you can blog about One Piece or the wiki and reply to these blogs.

Community Questions[]


What is an Administrator?[]

An administrator is a user who has more rights than a regular user. Admins are trusted to help keep the wiki functioning properly. Admins can protect and delete pages, rename images, moderate the chat, and ban troublesome users.

Who are the Administrators here?[]

For a list of current Administrators, see here.

Can I become an Administrator?[]

Administrators are nominated and elected by the active editors of this wiki, and they are chosen because they are the most capable users who have been here for a long time. Administrators are also only elected when there is a need for an administrator.

If you're active on the wiki for a long time and prove yourself to be an outstanding member of this community, it is possible that you could become an admin. You will be more likely to become an admin if you are currently an active content moderator.

How can I contact an Administrator?[]

Go to the list of Administrators link above and leave a message on any of their talk pages. To ensure a quicker response, look at an Admin's contributions page first and see which ones have been active more recently.

Content Moderators[]

What is a Content Moderator?[]

Content moderators are very similar to admins in that they hold some, but not all of their rights. Content mods can delete and protect pages and images, rename images, and edit protected pages. They cannot block users, delete blogs, or moderate the chat.

Who are the Content Moderators here?[]

For a list of current content mods, see here.

Can I become a Content Moderator?[]

The community only has need for a small number of content mods at any given moment, and they are appointed by the Admins as needed. These mods are picked by the admins for being trusted users with frequent and reliable contributions to the wiki. If you consistently prove yourself to be a good editor, you could be chosen as a content mod. Users who have been effective Rollback users are usually preferred when there's need for a new Content Mod.


What is a Rollback?[]

Rollbacks are users with greater power to quickly revert other users' edits, and are intended to primarily fight vandalism. They are capable of undoing multiple edits and undoing the edits of one person over a given period. On this wiki rollbacks can also move images and rename pages without leaving redirects.

Who are the Rollbacks here?[]

For a list of current Rollbacks, see here.

Can I become a Rollback?[]

The community only has need for a small number of Rollbacks at any given moment and they are appointed by the Admins as needed. If you consistently prove yourself to be a quality editor with awareness of the rules and how the wiki functions over a long period of time, you could be chosen as a Rollback. Since Rollbacks do not have any power over other users, it's often seen as a great entry-level position on the wiki.

Chat Moderators[]

What is a Chat Moderator?[]

Chat Moderators are users who are trusted with monitoring the Discord server. In the server, moderators are designated by their role and special name color. Chat Mods can kick or ban users from the chat if they misbehave. Administrators also have the same abilities to moderate the chat.

Who are the Chat Moderators here?[]

For a list of current Chat Moderators, see here.

Can I become a Chat Moderator?[]

The community only has need for a small number of chat mods at any given moment and they are appointed by the Admins as needed. If you consistently prove yourself to be a responsible user in the server for a long period of time, you could be chosen as a chat mod if there is need for one.

Who defines the policies?[]

The users of the wiki, the Administrators create policies through discussions. There are also policies across the Fandom network of sites as well.

Wiki Questions[]

What should I know before making edits?[]

The following pages provides the rules that apply to the wiki:

The following pages are worth to read for good editing :

Editing Questions[]

What is the difference between "Source Mode" and "Visual Mode"?[]

Source mode allows you to edit the wiki code of a page, while visual mode shows you what the page itself looks like. It is generally recommended that users stay with source mode since visual mode causes problems with some of the code and templates used here.

What is "Monobook"?[]

Monobook is an old format of FANDOM that registered users can access in their preferences. Monobook exclusively uses source editor.

I don't know wiki syntax, what should I do?[]

Here are some help pages provided by the Wikia center:

One can also look at Wikipedia which provides a guide to learn Wiki syntax

The Table tutorial is also useful.

The wiki provides an editor, why should I lose time learning wiki syntax?[]

Typically, editing in source mode and using wiki syntax as opposed to the provided shortcuts prevents bugs and preserves the layout of the page.

I'm convinced, but how do I get rid of the editor?[]

In your User preferences (in the User menu, at the top of the page, click on More/Preferences), in the Editing section, uncheck Enable Rich Text Editing.

What is the difference between red, blue and light blue links?[]

  • Red Links are links to articles that do not exist yet, they shall be avoided. When the article is created they become blue links.
  • Light Blue links are link to an existing article
  • Blue links are articles one has already navigated to.

Where can I discuss pages?[]

Every page has a Talk Page that one can access by hovering over the dropdown arrow next to the Edit button. The Talk button should be at the bottom of the dropdown selection.

It is also possible to access the Talk page by adding the prefix Talk: to the URL article

Ex : Zoro article URL , Zoro talk page article

Note that Talk Pages are exclusively meant for discussing the page itself, not talking about the subject itself. To talk about things in the One Piece world, use the Blogs or Forums.

Somebody reverted my edits, what should I do?[]

Edit wars are a waste of time and prevent articles from being improved. Edit wars should be avoided at all costs. Discussion and respecting the edits of others are the best ways to prevent them.

If this has been done and you disagree, you can undo the undo (do not forget to state your point of view). If your edit is undone again, you need to start a discussion on the talk page (see the section above) and should not make the disputed edit. In the article's talk page, start a new section with a clear title, state the different points of view and explain yours. Then add a section to the User talk page of the people who are involved in the edit war so that they can be aware a discussion has been started.

What is a minor edit?[]

A minor edit is a correction which does not provide much information to the article. Some common examples would be a typo correction or a small formatting change. An edit can be made "minor" by checking the Minor Edit box at the right-hand side of the Editing page. They will be noticed with a m suffix in the History section of the article. Checking the Minor Edit box can help editors looking over other edits from being flooded with small edits.

What is a protected page?[]

A protected page is a page that has been locked to prevent users from editing it. Protected pages are sometimes called "locked pages". A page may be locked because of editing conflicts or users repeatedly adding untrue or unconfirmed information. Only administrators and content moderators may protect and unlock pages.

What is a semi-protected page?[]

A semi-protected page is a page that users without accounts and users with new accounts cannot edit. Semi-protected pages are sometimes called "semi-locked pages." Only administrators and content moderators may semi-protect pages.

How do I...?[]


How do I edit a page?[]

You can edit a page by clicking the blue "Edit" button at the top of the page. You may also edit only one section of the page by clicking the "Edit" link next to the section headings of the page.

How do I create a page?[]

  • If the page does not exist, click on the Create new article (in the main menu on the left) or change your URL to<New_article> where <New_article> is the title of the page you want to create.
  • If the nonexistent page is linked in an article, you can create the page by clicking on the red link to it.

How do I delete a page?[]

Only Administrators and Content Moderators have the ability to delete pages.

However you can mark the page for deletion by adding the Delete template ''{{Delete}}'' (Warning : suppressing the page content and adding the template can be considered as Vandalism if done with no good reason), or by starting a new section in the page's talk page or in the dedicated article Vote for Deletion. In all cases, deleting a page shall be discussed by the Wiki community if necessary, especially if the page is not vandalism and violates no rules.

How do I redirect a page?[]

It is possible to redirect a page by using the #REDIRECT option.

For example, to redirect the Mr. 0 page to Crocodile's page, the page Mr. 0 only contains #Redirect [[Crocodile]]. When one clicks on a link to Mr. 0, one is directed towards Crocodile's page with "Redirected from Mr. 0" mentioned at the top of the page.

Redirect pages are also created when a page is moved, in order to prevent broken links across the wiki. You can move a page by using the Rename option in the edit menu.

Why are Redirect pages needed?[]

Redirect pages are useful because subjects from One Piece often have multiple names, either in-universe with aliases and hidden names or out of the universe with differing name spellings. Since the wiki uses its own guidelines for name spellings, it can sometimes differ from the official translations' spelling and so redirects are needed for people who read or watch official English translations (for example, having Zolo as a redirect to Zoro).

How do I insert an image into a page?[]

You can insert an image by adding a link to the Image page like for every other link (ie by enclosing the Image page title between double brackets). For example, to insert Luffy's character box image to an article add [[File:Luffy Before Timeskip.png]] or [[Image:Luffy.png]]

Note: The size of the image is essential for the article layout. To control it, you can add options to your image link :

  • Thumb option ([[File:Luffy Before Timeskip.png|thumb]]) : The image appears in a smaller size at the right of the page.
  • Right option ([[File:Luffy Before Timeskip.png|right]]) : The image is justified on the right.
  • Left option ([[File:Luffy Before Timeskip.png|left]]) : The image is justified on the left.
  • Size option ([[File:Luffy Before Timeskip.png|<nb>px]]) : The image size will be <nb> pixels in size; the wiki's standard is 210px.

Several options can be entered at the same time, they just have to be separated by a |

The image I want to insert does not exist yet[]

First, you have to check that a similar image REALLY does not exist, by making an Advanced search (In the search page, in the Advanced search box at the bottom of the page, uncheck Main and check File, then enter your keyword and start the search). You can also click on the Add Photo button on the editing sidebar and search for specific keywords that should be in the name of the image (for example, if you want to look for an image with Nami in it, searching Nami should hopefully find the image if it exists).

If the search is unsuccessful, you have to upload the image into the wiki. For more information, see below.

How do I protect a page?[]

Only administrators can protect pages. You may leave a message on an administrator's talk page in order to request that a page be locked.


How do I upload an image?[]

BEFORE uploading any images, it is first VERY important that you read our Image Guidelines! Any images that violate the Image Guidelines will be deleted.

1) To upload an image, click on the "Contribute" button in the upper right-hand corner of any page, and select "Add a photo" from the drop-down menu. You will be taken to a page that will give you a warning about some (but not all) of the Image Guidelines and ask for some information.

2) The "Source file" box is where you must provide the image from your computer. Click on the "Browse" button and find the file you would like to upload.

  • Make sure the image you intend to upload is saved in the .png format, and not .jpg, .JPG, .JPEG, or .PNG formats. Note that it must be lower case.

2) The "File Description" box will ask you for the information that will be displayed on the wiki.

  • The "Destination filename" is the name that will be displayed on the wiki, and it is very important that you name the file appropriately.
  • The "Summary" is a description of what the file depicts and how it will be used. You must add a source, license, and categories to the Summary, as explained below:

3) You have to add a source, license, and categories, or else they will be deleted.

  • In order to add a source, you must add a section for the source by adding ==Source==. Under that section, you should link to the chapter/episode/movie/other sources you got the image from.
  • To add a license, create a ==Licensing== section and add the correct license template. The complete guide to which license to add can be found here, but for quick reference, an image from a chapter typically has a {{Fairuse}} license while an image from an episode or movie typically has a {{Screenshot}} license.
  • In order to add categories you can link them like this: [[Category:Characters Box Images]]
    • Alternatively, you can edit the image page after uploading the image and add categories the normal way.
  • Be sure that the categories you are adding are for images only, not for articles.
    • A list of all image categories can be found here.
  • Every image should need at least 2 categories: one that specifies what the source is (for example Category:Chapter Images or Category:Episode Images), and one that specifies how the image is used (for example, Category:Portraits, Category:Plot Images, or Category:Weapon Images, etc).
    • If you are confused about which categories to add, go to a page for a similar image on the wiki and see which categories it has.

Alternatively, you can upload the image prior to adding these, then edit the image page to add them.

4) When all is said and done, the order of the sections on pages should be (from top to bottom) "Summary", "Source", "Licensing".

5) After this, you must add your image to an article (not a user page or blog), as unused images are deleted.

Once all of these steps have been completed, you're done! You have successfully uploaded an image that follows our rules and should not be deleted if you've followed all the rules correctly.

How do I link to an image without including it on the page?[]

You may link to an image without including the image on the page by adding a colon before "File" in the code.

Typically, there is no reason to do this on a regular page, and should be saved for talk pages.

How to upload a new version of an image that already exists?[]

In order to upload a new version of an image that already exists, go to the page for the image you wish to update. In the dropdown section next to the Edit button, click "Replace". Also, at the bottom of the "File History" is a link that says "Upload a new version of this file". Click on either, and then you can start uploading a new image in a similar fashion that was described above.

Please note: If you upload a new version of an image, make sure to change the source, licensing and categories in order to reflect the most current version of the file.

How do I revert an image to a previous version?[]

In the "File History" history table of the image's page, on the left-hand side are links that say "revert". Simply click on the "revert" link next to the version you'd wish to revert to. You will be taken to a page that will ask you for a reason. At the end of the text that is already in the box, add the reason why you reverted.

How do I add/change licensing for an image I've already uploaded?[]

In order to add or change licensing for an image you've already uploaded, edit the image by clicking on the blue "Edit" box at the top of the page. Then add a section at the bottom of the page by adding ==Licensing==. Then, if for example, your image was a screenshot taken from the anime, a video game or a movie, you would add the template {{Screenshot}} to the section. If your image was taken from the manga or an official website, add the template {{Fairuse}}. For more information on types of licensing, see this section of the Image Guidelines.

How do I make an image gallery?[]

You can make an image gallery by using this template {{Gallery}}. More information can be found here.

How do I rename an image?[]

Only administrators and rollbacks can rename images. However, you may add the template {{Rename|New_name}} and the image will be renamed as soon as possible.

How do I delete an image?[]

Only administrators may delete images. However, you may add the template {{Delete}} and an administrator will delete the image as soon as they can.

How do I put images into infoboxes?[]

Locations, Ships, Game Characters[]

Locations and ships use the simple "Name of the Page.png". For example, the Going Merry page uses Going Merry Infobox.png, which is automatically placed on the page when the image = parameter is removed from the page. It is essential that images that are used on the infobox on these pages all use the name of the page, plus the word "infobox", in order for the parameter to work correctly. If the image is too small, it should still be named correctly, but users should insert the manual parameter into the infobox, and set the size of the image there.

In the case of Game Characters, you must make sure the name of the image you wish to place in the infobox is "Name of the Page Infobox.png". Game characters use the |switch = parameter, which indicates what kind of switch needs to be used. In the case of game characters, since only one image will be used in the infobox, the switch parameter should be set to |switch = none, which indicates that no switch needs to be used, and that the page will use an image named "Name of Page Infobox.png".

Anime and Manga Characters[]

Anime and Manga characters use essentially the same system as the game characters' pages, except for a few extra details.

If you are placing an infobox on a page for a character who has only appeared in the manga, the name of the image must be "Name of Page Manga Infobox.png", and the parameter used in place of the image parameter must be |switch = manga, which indicates that a manga image is the only image in use. If an image is too small, you must use the manual image parameter in order to set the size.

If you are placing an infobox on a page for a character who has only appeared in the anime, the name of the image must be "Name of Page Anime Infobox.png", and the parameter used in place of the image parameter must be | switch = anime, which indicates that an anime image is the only image in use. If an image is too small, you must use the manual image parameter in order to set the size.

If you are placing an infobox on a page for a character who has appeared in both the anime and manga, but not in two different periods (pre skip, post skip), the name of the images must be "Name of Page Manga Infobox.png", and "Name of Page Anime Infobox.png". In these cases, no parameter is needed, because there is no switch, so there will be no |switch =, or |image = on this page. The exception, once again, is that if either of the images are too small at the default size, you must use the manual image = parameter in order to set the size.

If you are placing an infobox on a page for a character who has appeared in the anime pre timeskip, but has appeared in the manga pre timeskip and post timeskip, the names of the images must be: "Name of Page Pre Timeskip Manga Infobox.png", "Name of Page Post Timeskip Manga Infobox.png", and "Name of Page Pre Timeskip Anime Infobox.png". You must then make sure the page uses the | switch = manga post parameter, which indicates that the manga image is the only one with a post timeskip switch. Once again, if an image is too small, you must use the manual image = parameter for that page's infobox images, in order to fix the size.

If you are placing an infobox on a page for a character who has appeared in both the anime and manga, pre timeskip and post timeskip, you must make sure the names of the images are as followed: "Name of Page Anime Pre Timeskip Infobox.png", "Name of Page Manga Pre Timeskip Infobox.png", "Name of Page Anime Post Timeskip Infobox.png", and "Name of Page Manga Post Timeskip Infobox.png". You must then make sure the parameter used on the page is the | switch = post parameter, which indicates that there is a post timeskip switch for both manga and anime. Once again, if an image is too small, you must use the manual image = parameter for that page's infobox images, in order to fix the size accordingly

Episode Title Cards and Chapter Covers[]

Lastly, the episode and chapter pages also use an automatic infobox, due to them all being the same size, and same naming. In order to place your episode title card on a page, you must name your image according to the name of the episode page. If you are uploading the title card for Episode 607, you must name your image "Episode 607.png". After uploading the image, remove the image = parameter from the page, and it will automatically load the image you just uploaded.

Same thing with the chapter covers. If you are uploading the chapter cover for Chapter 717, name the image "Chapter 717.png", and then remove the image = parameter, and it will appear on the page.


How do I upload a video?[]

You don't. This wiki does not allow any videos.


How do I sign my name at the end of my posts?[]

There is a special sequence to help you sign your posts: ~~~~

  • There is also a "signature" button at the top of the editing page.

Note that signing your posts is required in the User and Article Talk pages, as well as forums.

How do I make a totally nifty custom signature?[]

See this blog for tips on creating a signature.


How do I create a template?[]

See Help:Templates.

Meta Wiki Help Page provides examples of templates but it is best to know the basics before reading it.

How do I use a template?[]

Simply add the Template name between two double braces.

Example: to add the Template:Pirates Navibox, add {{Pirates Navibox}} where you want the template to appear

Are there any templates I should know about?[]

The wiki contains a high number of templates, here are a few ones which are good to know

Special Templates[]


The template {{-}} "clears" both margins; it is often used before a header to make sure that the header will be the full width of the page. If you edit this section, you will see that it has been used to separate this paragraph from the image, without it the article would appear like this :

Template -


The template {{!}} is a special template that only contains the character |. Since | is a special character to indicate the value of a parameter, this template allows us to use it without its special behavior.

The most common use is when a table (which contains | by design) is entered as a parameter or when one uses Parser functions Cf meta wiki help for examples.

Information templates[]
  • {{Stub}} adds a comment to indicate that the article needs to be extended
  • {{Delete}} adds a comment to indicate that the article is a candidate for delation
  • {{No References}} adds a comment to indicate that the article needs more References

{{B}} can be used to insert the Belly sign : Beli


How do I create my userpage?[]

Your User page is automatically created once you have an account.

It is accessible by clicking "View Profile" in the top menu. Click here to access it.

How do I make a subpage for my userpage?[]

If you want to make a draft article, it is useful to create a user subpage rather than creating a new article.

To do it create a page with User:<my_account>/ as a prefix.

For example, to create the Sandbox subpage for User Toto, go to URL

Warning: There is no automatic link to a subpage, so to remember them, create a link to it in your user page.

How do I change my Preferences?[]

Your account preferences are accessible from the top main menu which also contains a link to your user page.

The most important preferences are:

  • The Watchlist section. The Watchlist is the list of the articles from which you will receive an email each time they are modified. This is especially useful for your own user talk page, as it can allow inactive editors to be easily contacted.
  • Editing section. You can toggle between Visual, Rich Text, and Source editing depending on which one suits your preference.

Where can I...?[]

Where can I make test edits?[]

The best way is to create a "sandbox" page.

Where do I find a list of all recent edits to the wiki?[]

There are two ways to see edits made to the wiki. Special:Recentchanges and Special:WikiActivity. Wiki Activity is a simple list that shows all edits made to articles, blogs, and forums only, it also has a different list that lets you see edits only to pages you've followed. Recent changes is a more complex, yet a customizable way of viewing the edits made. It allows you to see every edit made, and also filter out particular kinds of edits, such as blog comments, etc.

Wiki Activity[]

You can find the Wiki Activity in the top header under the "Explore" section. If you have an account, you can also access the Wiki Activity by clicking the button with a line resembling a graph line at the top right corner.

Recent Changes[]

One can access Recent Changes by going to the dropdown menu at the top right corner of the page; the recent changes button is located at the bottom of this section.

In particular, it can help to show:

  • Vandalism (when a page as a significant red number next to it, something abnormal happened that should be checked)
  • Edit warring (when a page has an abnormal number of modifications, it is often an edit war)
  • Talk/forum page discussion and eventually voting requests.


What is a blog?[]

A blog is a place for users to talk about things relating to One Piece or the wiki. Anyone with a registered account can create a blog. See Blog:Recent Posts to look at and create blogs.

Can I post other things that are not related to One Piece?[]

No, you cannot, unless they are related to the wiki. See the Blog Rules for a full explanation of what can and cannot be on blogs.

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