One Piece Wiki

Images are used on this wiki to depict what often is hard to describe in words. To this extent, all images on this site are being used for illustration purposes only. If images are used for anything more, they can be considered going against copyright laws. To keep the wiki healthy, we have certain guidelines and rules that should be noted.

Unsuitable or unused images can be deleted at any point without warning by an admin or a member of the wiki staff.

Acceptable and Unacceptable Images?


  • Single cell or single pages from the manga
  • Screenshots of a single scene from the games.
  • Screenshots of a single frame from the anime and Panoramic images.
  • Fanart showing a single symbol (such as a pirate flag) used with permission of the original maker, used where the manga/anime could not provide a decent enough image.
  • File extensions: .gif or .png, this is standard requirement for the wiki system and many file extension types (such as .BMP) are not uploadable.
Further information: One Piece Wiki:Image Guidelines#Format Advice


  • Fanart art of any form - from fan colour images to full character depictions, though there is one exception (see "Acceptable").
  • Images unrelated to this wiki, or with no involvement with the making of One Piece at all.
  • Doctored images of any form, including but not limited to photoshopped images, images with text or drawings added, images with altered brightness/colors, etc.
  • JPG, jpg, or jpeg image formats (only exception to this is the banner in Special:Community).
  • Images showing multiple pages from the manga.
  • Collages of multiple images from any source.
  • Watermarked images, these are claimed by an owner as their property and they may be offended if the image was taken without permission.
    • Note: TV, DVD and sub watermarks are excepted from this rule. However, no image taken from Youtube may be used.
  • Spoiler images are forbidden. (note: see Spoiler Rules for more information).
  • Images uploaded solely for user page usage.
  • Videos of any kind are not allowed.
  • Pornography, nudity and any other kind of image that shows explicit scenes, even if it's from an official source, according to Fandom's Terms of Use.

Require Approval

  • GIF Animations showing a single event from the anime, such as a single fighting move are generally allowed, but before uploading one, you must get approval by the community on the talk page of the article where the image will be used.

Uploading Images

Format Advice

The PNG format is strongly preferred over other formats here. JPGs or JPEGs are not allowed in any form here with the exception of the banner in Special:Community. This is due to the fact that the banner only supports JPGs as Staff has not made it compatible with the PNG format yet. Updates to Fandom servers have caused .jpgs to become pixilated when viewed as thumbnails in articles, even when the full size image is high quality. PNGs will not compress or become pixelated when viewed at any size, and are always of higher quality.

Png-jpg Comparison

A comparison between .png (left) and .jpg (right).

Image Replacement

Images can be replaced by different versions while retaining the same name. Replacement typically happens when a better quality version of an image becomes available, or a new image is found whose display of a subject is superior. To replace an image, go to the dropdown menu on the Edit button of the image page and click "Replace". You will be taken to a page where you can upload your replacement, and give an optional reason as to why you made the replacement.

If you replace an image, you must update the required information on the image page (see the Required Image Information section below). Failure to do so will result in your replacement being undone.

The wiki community will not always agree that a newer version of an image is better than the older one, and vandals may abuse the replacement function to upload a completely wrong image. To restore an older version of an image, simply go to the "File History" section on the image page. This section will display every version of the image that has been uploaded. Click "Revert", then confirm it again on the summary page. Except for cases of vandalism, please give an explanation whenever you revert. If an image has been vandalized, administrators and content moderators are able to delete the vandalized versions from the File History at their discretion.

Image Wars

If there is a disagreement between users over which version of an image to use that involves back and forth replacements and reversions, it is what we call an image war. Image wars are treated very similarly to regular edit wars.

  • If there is a clear disagreement, the involved parties must give reasons for their reversions.
  • If an agreement is not quickly reached, then the back and forth image changing must stop and the users must discuss on the image talk page.
  • The image should be kept how it was before the conflict occurred, and an admin or mod may lock it to prevent continued warring.
  • The version which receives a majority of supporters on the talk page will be used. In particularly high-traffic and contentious debates, a poll may be needed.
  • Just like regular edit wars, civility is required and failing to act in a civil manner, as well as repeatedly starting image wars, will result in warnings and potentially bans if the warnings are ignored.

For more information, see our talk page and editing conduct guidelines.

Required Image Information

Once you have uploaded an image, three pieces of information must be added to the image page to aid in image sorting. Failing to add this information is grounds for deletion, and is by far the most common reason why images are deleted. This information is required: Source, Licensing, and Categories.


  • The source section simply notes what media an image was taken from. A panel from the manga can be sourced to its chapter, and a screenshot from the anime sourced to its episode.
  • It is not necessary to link directly to the place where you accessed this work, simply linking to the work's wiki page is enough.
    • The only exception is if an image was published digitally, such as on the official One Piece website; in such instances, a specific URL should be provided.
  • If an image is taken from promotional material, such as those found in Shonen Jump magazine the specific publication name and number of the material should be listed as the source.
  • Images from a work that has not been released yet, such as screenshots of a movie trailer, must be sourced to the publication that the image came from, not the unreleased work itself. For a movie trailer screenshot, the source should be a link to where the trailer was officially uploaded.
  • The Source section should note the sources of all versions of an image, with the newest version atop the list and the oldest version at the bottom.


For more information about how to use a template, visit the template page. This page contains every copyright template. Please add the license in its own section, "Licensing". You can also provide more than one license for a file, if necessary. Every image on this wiki is categorized under its license.

Free Licenses

Green copyleft

The image under a free license can be freely used and have a few or none use conditions.
Warning! Simply because you can freely download an image from the net doesn't mean the image has a free license, so be sure before tag an image under a free license! Usually user-created images (like fan arts) have a free license, but they're quite a few on this site because fan art is not allowed. Some examples are the Jolly Rogers pictures (not the one took from the manga/anime, because they're copyrighted) or the system images used for the site.

  • GNU white
    If you are sure the image has a free license but you don't know which one, then use the template {{Free License}}.
  • If the image has a GNU free license then use the template {{GNU}}. The license GFDL will be selected by default, but you can choose the LGPL or the GPL license by the parameter "ver", for example {{GNU|ver=LGPL}}.
  • CC some rights reserved
    If the image has a free Creative Commons license, than use the template {{CC-BY-SA}}. To change the version and/or the attribution details by the parameters "v" and "At". To remove the condition "BY" or "SA" use the parameter "NOBY=1" and "NOSA=1" respectively (the value of those parameters is indifferent as long it's not null). For more informations see the template's page.
  • If you created the image yourself then you can use the template {{Self}} which automatically select the Public Domain license or if you want to change the license to a CC-BY-SA you can do it by choosing the version you want by the parameter "ver". See the template's page for more details. Note: if you simply edited a manga/anime picture than you don't have the rights to use this license, use a template from the next section "Not Free Licenses".
  • Art Libre
    If the image is under the Free Art License (FAL or Art Libre) then use the template {{Free Art}}.
  • Public domain
    If the image was released in the public domain or its copyright has expired, than use the template {{PD}}.

Not Free Licenses

Red copyright

Almost every image on this wiki is copyrighted and used under fair use. This being a One Piece fandom Wiki the majority of image copyrights are held by Oda and Shueisha or Toei Animation, even if you edit the image, unless you create it ex novo, you don't become the copyright holder. As such include the license in the file's page, for example:

  • If the image comes from the manga, a cover or other merchandises then add the template {{Fairuse}} in the "Licensing" section.
  • Red trademark
    If the image is a registered logo, such as a company name or a product name, then add the template {{Logo}}.
  • If the image comes from the anime or it's a in-game screenshot then add the template {{Screenshot}}. This is a variant of the fair use template and it has basically the same meaning.
  • If the file is an animated gif from the anime or a game then add the template {{Gif}}. This is a variant of the fair use template and it has basically the same meaning.
  • Green copyright
    If the image is copyrighted, but the copyrights holder allowed its use, for example by his trademark policy or by his explicit consensus, then use the template {{Permission}}. You can specify the name of the author by the parameter "author".
  • CC-NC
    The not free Creative Commons licenses are, regardless the versions, those with the NC (Non commercial) and ND (No Derivate Works) conditions. To add these conditions use the template {{CC-BY-SA|ND=1|NC=1}} with the "ND" and/or "NC" parameter (the value of those parameters is indifferent as long it's not null). For more informations see the template's page.


Questionmark copyright

If you don't know the copyright status of an image then use the template {{No License}}, while if you don't know the source add {{No Source}} to the "Source" section. For the images from Wikipedia or another wiki, you can use the template {{From Wikimedia}} and you can also provide the site link by parameter, but remember that you also have to provide the license of the file, so look for the image's copyright status in the original information page.

You can also tag a file with {{LQ}} if it has a poor quality, or with {{Edit War}} if it is the subject of an edit war. To request the deletion of a file add {{Delete}} to its page. If you upload a low quality image, please add the {{Cleaning}} template.


Finally, certain categories should be placed on an image to aid in sorting it. There are a large number of image categories all under an umbrella Images category. We categorize images based on their content, license, source, and use, although license-related categories are typically automatically added by the license template and thus do not need to be manually added.

General Editing Advice

Generally, while images enhance the usefulness of a page, they likewise can lower its quality. The following are examples of past editor mistakes, made by both experienced and inexperienced editors alike.

Image Overload

Overloading a single area of text with multiple images can lead to layering issues. The most common form of layering problem is the rendering of a mass white space due to conflicts with either other images already on the page or page templates. You can Preview all edits using the "Preview" option next to the button "Save page". Please use this to check you have no caused a layering problem. Images that cause layering problems will be removed from the page when spotted, although they may not be completely destroyed as experienced editors may find other uses for them on the page or another page.

If you wish to fit many images in one space, the template Gallery can be used, such as follows:

|Face fault.png|Camie during a face fault 
|Camie in Ocean's Dream!.png|Camie from [[Ocean's Dream! - Oceans of Dreams]]
Camie's Face Fault
Camie during a face fault
Camie in Ocean's Dream!
Further information: Template:Gallery

Alternatively, if there is no call to use a gallery table, another code to use to avoid page layout problems is the code {{-}}.

Placement Example

This image is in the correct place.

This will leave a gap after the code, any previous coding will not effect the page, and any further coding will not conflict with the previous text and images before the code. Please note, if used with too many images close together however, even this code can leave a image not aligned with the text it is intending to support, as the following example will demonstrate.

Unused Images

All images are intended for use on the wiki and unused images can be found via the Unused files page. Please note that an image may ALREADY exist on the wiki and one can check using this page the image isn't already uploaded by this wiki. If you upload an image, but do not add it to a page, or it was deemed unsuitable/unneeded by another editor and removed, then that image can be deleted without question. Images take up memory and space and unused images serve the wiki in no way. If you do not wish your image to end up deleted, make sure you put it on a page straight away. If a editor removes it, check the history of the page to check why is was removed, failing that, ask the editor to explain. If no explanation is provided you can revert, however please remember it is more important to avoid a edit war then it is to get a suitable picture.

Duplicate Images

Like with unused images, duplicate images are also at risk to be deleted at any point, like with unused images, without question. If the image already exists, there is no need for a copy, it simply takes up space. Check the page and related pages to make sure the image doesn't already exist. Also note images can be used on several pages, not just one. Also, likewise check the Unused files page to see if the image exists there.

When a duplicate image is found, the Duplicate Template can be added with the original file as an argument.

To avoid duplicating images, it is worth to make a quick research first, by:

  • Looking in the Wiki Pages related to the image object
  • Making a research in the Special:Search page with File option checked
  • Looking in the Images Category and its subcategories
  • When a new chapter or episode comes out, check in the New Files page if the image has not been already upload by another user. A lot of duplicate images occurs a these moments.
  • Searching for them at the Special:FileDuplicateSearch page by entering the filename without the "File:" prefix, or have a look at One Piece Wiki:Duplicate Images.

Remember that it is better to upload a new version of the file than replacing a link with a new one since it creates unused files. After all this verifications one can safely upload the image (remember to add eventual Images Category since it can help the users research).

Personal Use Images

All images must be uploaded for the purpose of being included in a mainspace article or template, or for use in a wiki-related discussion on a talk page or forum. Uploading images solely to add on your user page, blog, or general discussion forum is prohibited. You are more than welcome to use just about any image from the wiki on those namespaces, so long as the image is also being used in an article. This does not apply to Discussions, as images added on those posts are stored elsewhere and not uploaded to this wiki.

There are ways to add images for personal use without uploading them to the wiki. Currently, the easiest method is to upload the image to another wiki, then go to the image in full, copy its URL, and paste it here.

Game Sprites

While screenshots are allowed and once again, likewise animations, be aware of a few issues related to games. First, most sprites are ripped by a single person and while various people may rip the same set of sprites, they between them have their own conditions for usage. For most, a simple "Thank you" for using their sprite in your project and maybe a link to the site you got the sprites off of is enough. Some will directly require you ask them first before using their sprites.

Most animations of game moves will use sprites borrowed without permission or referencing back to the original owner, so some citation is needed when approaching them. The majority of sprites will also have no background, thus they can never been truly considered "direct" from the game or represent the gameplay of the game. To date in order to also use a sprite to prove the existence of say a move a link to notify all editors on the discussion page is a better idea then to upload one of these animations. Regardless, stick to screenshots to back up text rather then a single sprite and do not use them over the manga and anime representations.

The most notable problem with sprites is they are very easily faked. Fake screenshots, sprites and animations have been around for many years, including in the One Piece fandom.


Usopp vs

Animations can aid in showing how things happen

Bad Gif Example 1

A character is talking: An animation which doesn't belong on a page

Sometimes, despite editors' best efforts, there is something that simply cannot be described between either image or text, and an animation can often aid the subject of the article. Having a animation simply of two people talking is an example of animations which do not belong on a page, as a single frame and text can describe this action without any problems. However, when it comes to things like a battle move, which can often be complex, then an animation can often provide a better demonstration then any text or single frame.

Be aware that there are a few things to consider before you upload an animation.

Firstly, animations are much larger files than images and larger files take time to load on a page. If there are several animations or a particularly large animation, then lag may occur on the page in some form (be it page loading time or just image loading time). The image may not even load at all leading to the a box with a red "X" appearing.

To prevent that, the restrictions for animated gifs are as followed:

  • The animation shall not exceed 4,000,000 bytes (4 megabytes).
  • The total size of all animations combined on a page shall not exceed 12,000,000 bytes (12 megabytes).
  • The pixel size can vary between 100px and 240px, but not more or less than that.

Next, there is a consideration that too many animations on a page may not be a good idea. Animations can make a page look busy, having a dozen things moving at once can be somewhat off putting to a user but can also led to the usual image related problems of large white gaps and page layout problems. Previous examples of animation overload would be the Yami Yami no Mi and Mera Mera no Mi pages. Both these pages at some point had many animations and almost no still images and had 6 or so animations uploaded onto them. The text they supported was also often just a few sentances, leaving the page with layout problems and/or large gaps of white on a page.

To avoid possible overload:

  • Animations are only allowed in the Abilities and Powers section of an article or in articles devoted to fighting styles or powers (such as the page for a devil fruit such as the Gomu Gomu no Mi or Santoryu for example).
  • The maximal number of animations used on a page is restricted to three.
Bad Gif Example 2

Please avoid fansubs & credits on the animation.

Lastly, the community decided to only allow animations that are:

  • Free of fan translations.
  • Free of editor credits.


The toggling feature allows images to be images to change between one image or another. Currently, Toggling is forbidden to be used on the One Piece Wiki, with one exception to this rule.

For more details see Pre Time-Skip and Post-Time Skip images

Raw vs. Scanlation

All images uploaded should come from the raw Japanese version of the manga and/or the unedited anime, without subtitles. If images must be uploaded that do not fit these requirements due to lack of access, they should be marked with {{Scanlation}} so that other editors can replace them with an acceptable image; images with this template are automatically placed in Category:Scanlation Images.

However, there is one exception to this regarding images conveying complex, text-based information. If the contents of an image are too text-heavy and difficult to be explained outside the image, a version with English text may be used instead. Images under these conditions should be placed in Category:Scanlation Images Allowed, and should use spellings that correspond to those used on the wiki (i.e. "Arabasta Kingdom", not "Alabasta Kingdom").

Manga vs. Anime

This wiki's policy for most images from the main series is to replace manga images with images of the corresponding subject/scene from the anime once a suitable replacement is available. The only instance we never do this is with character infobox images. However, there may be certain situations when it is judged that there is no suitable anime replacement image and the manga image is retained. These situations include:

  • The anime version being lacking in sufficient detail. Given animation is a motion-based medium, it may be the case that there is no single screenshot which captures all the necessary elements of a scene; one potential example is a scene of one character attacking another where there is no frame showing both characters. Additionally, the anime may fail to display an important component of a scene altogether in the action shot, such as a character using Haki.
  • The subject(s) of the image being drawn in extremely poor or distorted quality. This may be due to an artistic effect, the subject being in motion, or just bad artwork. This is not intended to invite thorough comparison of the drawing quality between Oda and the animators; this only applies to cases where the subject's appearance is noticeably "off".
  • The anime version of the scene being censored, such as diminishing the severity of wounds or omitting offensive gestures.

Infobox and Portrait Image Advice

Aside from standard images uploaded to support text, images can also serve the page in two other ways. The first is as an infobox image and the second is as a portrait image.

Infobox Images

On every character page, there is an infobox section on the page acting as a "quick reference" for viewers. The images in the infoboxes should show at least the two following things:

  1. A character's face and features must be clearly seen in an image. The exception to this is if a character wears a mask or other covering as part of their default look.
  2. An image of a full body pose is preferable. The only exception is when no full image exists in the first place.
  3. The character's full body pose in the image must not distort the character's features regardless of quality.
  4. The clothes the character in the image have to be the ones that they are most commonly seen in. A good example would be Luffy's red vest and blue pants. They do not have to be the most up to date, however if the standard clothes the character wears changes, then the new style may replace the old.
  5. For characters that constantly change clothes like Nami and Robin, just a good image of them is acceptable. However, the image should at least show their features.
  6. Renders, or cutout images of characters on a white background, are not allowed as infobox images. Renders may still be in a character's image gallery however.

If a new image covers more of these points than the previous image, then it is fine to upload and use it instead. In addition, images from non-canon material should be avoided, as the wiki prefers canon-based over filler, unless the character itself is filler.

Note that infobox images are automatically used, and therefore must be uploaded with the correct file names. For details on the naming scheme, see here.

Dramatic Poses, What To Avoid

Temptation is to use the most "awesome" image of a character you can find. Dramatic poses can be found across the border in regards to One Piece itself. They are present in the manga, the anime, games, etc. It is advisable however that you think before using such an image. While they can be indeed "awesome" to the eye, they may also be awkward or clumsily posed. Sometimes in the artist's attempts to impress the looker (particularly with the games) they end up creating a image that is unsuitable, at the very least for the wiki's needs.

A common problem with poses is hidden body parts, particularly of the front, though in cases such as Portgas D. Ace whose tattoos best identify him this can be ignored to a degree. To create a pose that is dramatic, the illusion of distance needs to be demonstrated, this leads to another common problem; warping of body parts. That is, when a foot or arm ends up far too small, giving the character an appearance that his or her foot is very far away. This is most noticeable when other body parts may seem up close, often resulting in a very long, thin looking limbs. However the reverse can also happen wherein the body parts are depicted as being too close, resulting in the opposite occurring, that is the body parts are too big and bulky. Finally, to create these dramatic poses, sometimes feature distortion occurs (e.g. the face becomes awkward, in a few cases abnormal or even unrecognizable) as often the head ends up being in the wrong place or at the wrong suitable angle for the pose itself.

An example of an unsuitable image of Crocodile.
Luffy Before Timeskip
An example of a good image of Luffy

In this case the dramatic pose has left his coat covering most of his visible body and part of his lower face. On top of this, as this is a rear view pose, most of the possible details have been lost. His pose is awkward, with feature distortion occurring to create an effect of limbs posed at an angle. The end of his hook is hidden from view and could easily be mistaken for a hoop rather then a hook. Overall, while this is an impressive game image, it does not depict his character very well. On top of this, someone new to One Piece would be slightly confused as to what is going on with his right hand.

In contrast, the image of the Luffy, while again a dramatic pose is occurring, the full body is visible and there are no hidden parts of the body or his outfit. While the Crocodile image offers little in the way of a quality image, the Luffy image covers most of the guidelines.

Images which show the characters transformed via Devil Fruit abilities (e.g. Logia users transformed into their element, Zoan users in beast or human-beast form) should generally be avoided. However, if the character uses a transformation as their default state, the infobox image should reflect this. For example, Tony Tony Chopper who is normally in his human-beast form, or Caesar Clown whose coat is in a gaseous state at nearly all times.

There are two important things to note on a profile image: the face, in which all lines must be clear and heavily defined; and notable aspects of the character that make them stand out, such as the character having a particular item commonly worn (like Nami's Log Pose).

Quality Check


Dithering and/or pixelation make for poor pictures and should be avoided where possible. When shrunken down into a thumbnail, this image shows both these quality limiters.

As previously mentioned, quality can be a reason for one image being used over another. Quality in itself means many things, but in this context it means the grade of the picture. A notable effect of files types such as .JPG is their habit of lowering the grade of the image. Pixelation, size compacting and dithering can lead to detail being lost, limiting the usage of the image.

While the importance of quality varies depending on the context of the image, we advise for profile images to be high quality. Profile images are there to show a character is high detail, which means that things such as pixelation or dithering may affect any details on the character too greatly to be used.

One way around the loss of detail is to upload a large file; however portrait images are limited to be a certain size on the page, meaning the image will be compacted to meet a certain width. Unintentional detail loss may occur, particularly if the width difference is great, such as uploading a 700px image which would normally have to shrunk to a width of just 250px. It is therefore advisable above all things that the image for a portrait be no wider than 350px to avoid such a detail loss.

Portrait Images

These are 119x119px images used for gallery templates, designed for quick identification. The images themselves do not need to be 119x119px, as long as they are square images that can be scaled down. Color is preferred. None of these images are being used for avatars for sites, so while a good representation of the character is important, quality of the image may not be an issue. Also, the image should not be anything more than the characters head, unlike the infobox image which it is preferred that a full character image be used.

Head position

Unlike infobox images, portrait images are a lot simpler to handle; other than the general guidelines in the previous section, there is only one important requirement. Portrait images should be a decent profile of the character, normally at least 3/4 of their face or fully frontal, instead of side profiles.

Bad Portrait Example
An example of a bad image
Monkey D. Luffy Portrait
An example of a good image

In the first Luffy image, his head is angled so he is facing slightly behind him, which has left Luffy with a strange expression on his face and the appearance of a babyish character. In contrast, the second Luffy image is facing straight on, with no distractions or objects blocking any part of the face.

Pre-Timeskip and Post-Timeskip Images

For information with respect to infobox images, see Template:Char Box#Images.

With respect to portrait images, they should reflect the character in their most recent long-standing/permanent state/appearance as much as possible; generally, this means post-timeskip images for characters who have appeared then, though it may not be necessary if they didn't significantly change in appearance.

However, portrait images used in galleries should reflect the state of the character when the context of the gallery applied to them, which is not necessarily their current state/appearance. If images of past versions of characters need to be used, they should be uploaded with a file name specific to what they represent, and the standard "XX Portrait" should be reserved for the current version. (Example: File:Monkey D. Luffy Portrait.png vs. File:Monkey D. Luffy Pre Timeskip Portrait.png)

Naming Images

General Advice

When uploading, you get a chance to rename it, it is advisable you give it a suitable file name. A picture of Boa Hancock kicking, for example, may have the name "hancockkick.png". Be careful! If the uploader mentions you have giving it the name of an existing image, don't overwrite - rename. You will be taken back to the uploader if you choose not to attempt another name for the file.

Unsuitable names may be renamed by the members of the wiki as a decent name helps classify the categories, find it easy as well link to the image. Long random letters and numbers for names is hard for all editors to work with. Undescriptive names such as untitled, screenshot-xxx shall also be avoided. Luffy25 is not really a good name either, if you are not able to give a proper name to your file maybe you should question yourself if it is necessary to upload it. You are not limited by the length of the name so abbreviations shall be avoided. In all cases the clearer the better.

Special Cases


When you upload an infobox picture, you must give it a specific name.

  • For character information, see here.
  • If you upload the infobox of a pirate crew with a known Jolly Roger, name the image "XXX Pirates' Jolly Roger.png".
    • If they do not have a known Jolly Roger, and the image consists of something else to represent them, name the image "XXX Pirates Infobox.png".
  • If you upload the infobox picture of an island, ship, weapon, fighting style and race, name the image "XXX Infobox.png"
  • If you upload the infobox of a chapter or an episode, name your image "Chapter/Episode XXX.png". For instance, if you want to upload the infobox picture of episode 400, name it "Episode 400.png"


When you upload the portrait of a character, name it "Character Portrait.png".

In cases where a character has multiple portraits, name them according to their differentiating features, while leaving the "default" portrait as "Character Portrait.png"; for example, a character with both pre- and post-timeskip portraits would have "Character Portrait.png" (post-timeskip) and "Character Pre Timeskip Portrait.png" (pre-timeskip).

Appearance Images

When you upload an image about a character's appearance during a specific arc or movie, etc, name it "Character XXX Arc Outfit.png". For instance, if you upload an image of Luffy's outfit during the Arabasta Arc, name your image "Luffy Arabasta Arc Outfit.png"; and if you upload an image of his outfit during the first movie, name it "Luffy Movie 1 Outfit.png".

If the character wore two or more different outfits during the same arc/movie/special, name the images "Character XXX Arc First Outfit.png", "Character XXX Arc Second Outfit.png" etc. For instance, if you upload two images of Zoro's outfits during the second movie, name them "Zoro Movie 2 First Outfit.png" and "Zoro Movie 2 Second Outfit.png", with first being the first outfit he wore and second being the second outfit he wore.

Other Advice

Please do not name your images .PNG because they will be renamed. Also please leave spaces between the words.

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