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The Romance Dawn Arc, also referred to as the Captain Morgan Arc, is the first story arc in the East Blue Saga of the popular Japanese manga and anime series One Piece.

This arc is made up of three stories in one. The first is the story of how Monkey D. Luffy gained his Devil Fruit abilities, telling of his driving force to become a pirate. The second story is his meeting with a boy named Koby and helping him escape from a female pirate named Alvida. In the final story, Luffy tries to get the Pirate Hunter, Roronoa Zoro, to join his crew while contending with the Marine Captain Axe-Hand Morgan.


Romance Dawn: The Origin of an AdventureEdit

Roger at His Execution

Gold Roger at his execution.

Gold Roger, the Pirate King, had attained enormous wealth, fame, and power. Before he was executed, he announced to the crowd that he had left all his treasure at a certain place, causing the world to enter the Great Age of Pirates.[1]

Shanks Holding the Straw Hat

Shanks and the Straw Hat.

Eleven years later, the Red Hair Pirates came to a small port village named Foosha Village. After a year of them being there, a young boy named Monkey D. Luffy came to their ship to prove he was tough enough to join them by stabbing his face under his left eye. The pirates and Luffy then went to the bar, where the pirates toasted to Luffy's craziness as they ate and drank. Luffy tried to convince the captain, Red-Haired Shanks, to let him join the crew, but Shanks gently refused due to Luffy being too young and unable to swim.[1]

Gomu Gomu no Mi in Chest

The Gomu Gomu no Mi: a Devil Fruit that gives the eater the ability to stretch their body.

Suddenly, a group of mountain bandits led by Higuma entered the bar and demanded alcohol. The bartender Makino told them that the pirates had drank all of it already, and when Shanks offered Higuma the last bottle, he responded by breaking it over Shanks' head, not fearing the pirate due to his Beli8,000,000 bounty. Shanks simply responded by apologizing and cleaning up the mess, causing Higuma to break some more dishes before leaving with his gang. Afterwards, the Red Hair Pirates just laughed, but Luffy was angry at Shanks for not standing up for himself. He stormed out of the bar, and Shanks tried to grab his arm to hold him back, but to his shock Luffy kept walking as his arm stretched like rubber. The Red Hair Pirates then realized that the Devil Fruit they had stolen, the Gomu Gomu no Mi, was no longer in its chest, and Luffy confirmed that he had eaten it for dessert. Shanks revealed that Luffy's body was now made of rubber due to eating the Devil Fruit, and he would be unable to swim for the rest of his life.[1]

Shanks Saves Luffy

Shanks saves Luffy's life.

Some time later, the Red Hair Pirates had gone off on another voyage, and Luffy was starting to have fun with his new rubber body. One day, however, he was sitting in Makino's bar when Higuma's gang returned and demanded alcohol. Soon afterwards, Makino alerted the mayor Woop Slap that Luffy had been kidnapped by the bandits after picking a fight with them. Higuma initially planned to sell Luffy to a circus due to his strange body, but then decided to kill him for angering him. However, Shanks and the Red Hair Pirates then returned, and when one of the bandits pointed his gun at Shanks, the pirate Lucky Roux shot him. Shanks stated that he could accept an insult toward him, but would not forgive anyone who harms his friends. His first mate Benn Beckman then overpowered the bandits singlehandedly, though Higuma managed to escape with Luffy in tow by throwing a smoke bomb. Higuma took Luffy out to sea and kicked him off the boat to drown him, and as Luffy struggled to stay afloat, a Sea King known as Lord of the Coast came to eat Higuma. It then moved to eat Luffy, but Shanks arrived in the nick of time to save Luffy and scare the beast away. Shanks was glad Luffy was okay, but Luffy was saddened that he had lost his arm in the process of saving him.[1]

Later, the Red Hair Pirates were preparing to leave Foosha Village for good. Luffy had decided that he would not try to join them, and declared that he would form his own crew that would be stronger than Shanks', find the greatest treasure, and become Pirate King. To take Luffy up on his word, Shanks gave him his straw hat and told him to return it once he had surpassed him. As the Red Hair Pirates set sail, Shanks and Beckman both anticipated Luffy doing big things in the future.[1]

On the High Seas: Luffy's First VoyageEdit

Ten years later, Luffy set sail on his own in a small rowboat. The Lord of the Coast came to confront him, and he quickly took it out with Gomu Gomu no Pistol, where he stretched his arm forward and unleashed a long-range punch. As he drifted out to sea, Luffy plotted to recruit at least 10 crewmates, make a Jolly Roger, and become the Pirate King.[1] However, he quickly ran into trouble as his boat was pulled into a whirlpool with no way of escaping.[2]

Meanwhile, a pirate ship was docked at a remote island. The captain, Alvida, abused her subordinates for not working to clean the ship, especially the cabin boy Koby, whom she sent ashore to their base. Koby found a barrel that had washed ashore and rolled it to the wine cellar, and three of his crewmates, thinking the barrel had alcohol in it, decided to open it and drink in secret. To their shock, however, Luffy burst out of the barrel, having taken a nap inside it. The resulting commotion caused Alvida to throw her giant mace into the building and cause it to collapse, and her three henchmen told her about Koby bringing in Luffy as they had both escaped.[2]

Luffy Fights Alvida

Luffy faces Alvida.

Luffy and Koby went into the nearby forest, and the former asked the latter if he had a small boat. Koby showed Luffy the small boat he had made himself in order to escape from Alvida after accidentally falling into her crew's clutches two years ago, but he let Luffy have it since he was too afraid to run away from Alvida. Luffy did not think much about Koby and his cowardice, saying he did not mind dying for the sake of achieving his dream of becoming the Pirate King and finding the One Piece. This caused Koby to contemplate making the effort to achieve his own dream of joining the Marines and arresting pirates like Alvida. Suddenly, Alvida and her crew came to confront Luffy and Koby as she destroyed the latter's boat. Alvida gave Koby the chance to stay alive by calling her the most beautiful in all the seas, but Luffy then insulted her offhandedly when asking Koby who she was. Koby initially started berating Luffy, but then remembered what he had told him and decided to stand up to Alvida and insult her instead. Alvida prepared to hit Koby with her mace, but an impressed Luffy then jumped in and intercepted the mace, with it not hurting him due to his rubber body. He then hit Alvida to the ground with Gomu Gomu no Pistol and told her crew to get Koby a boat, to which they quickly complied.[2]

Against the Oppressive Axe: Recruiting a Swordsman and Skirmishing with MarinesEdit

As they sailed away, Koby noted that for Luffy to achieve his dream he would have to enter the Grand Line, a place known as the pirate's graveyard. Luffy responded that he would form a powerful crew to survive it, and decided to recruit the bounty hunter and Marine prisoner Roronoa Zoro after hearing about him from the Alvida Pirates; this shocked Koby, who believed Zoro to be a demonic beast.[2] Thanks to Koby's navigation skills, the duo were able to reach Shells Town, where the Marine base holding Zoro was stationed. Luffy and Koby ate at a restaurant before they intended to part ways, and the customers around them jumped when Luffy mentioned Zoro's name. Koby then recalled noticing that Captain Morgan was at this base, and to his surprise, the customers jumped again after hearing Morgan's name.[3]

Zoro Tied up in Shells Town

Zoro tied up without food as part of a deal.

Luffy and Koby then walked up to the Marine base, and they found Zoro tied to a crucifix in the parade ground behind the outer wall. Zoro asked Luffy to free him, when suddenly a young girl named Rika climbed over the wall to feed him rice balls. However, Morgan's son Helmeppo then came in and took the rice balls, but then spit them out and stomped them into the ground due to them being sweet. He pointed out to the upset Rika that helping Zoro was a crime, and ordered one of the Marines accompanying him to throw her over the wall. The Marine did so reluctantly, and Luffy caught Rika. When Helmeppo's group had left, Luffy went into the parade ground to recruit Zoro. Zoro refused to become a pirate as he had his own agenda, revealing that Helmeppo had agreed to free him if he stayed here a month without food. However, he then asked Luffy to feed him the rice balls that Helmeppo had stomped into the ground; despite them being mixed with a large amount of dirt, he told Luffy to tell Rika they were delicious.[3]

Luffy returned to Shells Town and told Rika this, to her delight. She revealed that Captain Morgan and Helmeppo ruled harshly over the town and had people put to death for little reason; Zoro had done nothing wrong, as he was arrested after saving her from one of Helmeppo's ferocious dogs. Helmeppo then came walking into town and ordered the citizens to bow down to him. He stated that Zoro would be executed in three days, causing Luffy to confront him over the promise he made. Helmeppo revealed that he was only joking about that, causing Luffy to punch him to the ground.[3] Koby had to hold Luffy back from attacking him further, but Helmeppo promised to tell his father and get his revenge. As the citizens retreated into their homes, Luffy headed back to the Marine base to recruit Zoro again.[4]

Luffy went back to Zoro, who once again refused to join his pirate crew. Luffy then wondered where Zoro's swords were, and he revealed that Helmeppo had taken them. Luffy decided to retrieve Zoro's swords and give them back if he joined him, much to Zoro's shock and ire. Inside the Marine base, Morgan asked a soldier why the citizens' tributes to him were growing smaller. The Marine replied that the town was growing poorer, but Morgan considered this to be a matter of their respect to him. Helmeppo then came and told Morgan to kill Luffy, but Morgan ignored this as he went up to the roof to oversee his men erect a massive statue of himself. Helmeppo asked why his father was not going after someone who attacked him, and Morgan responded that Helmeppo was old enough to fight his own battles; he only killed people who defied him. On that note, he inquired about Rika trespassing on the parade ground, and upon finding out that Helmeppo let her live, he ordered one of his men to kill her. When the soldier refused, Morgan struck him down with his giant axe hand. Meanwhile, Luffy was looking for someone to guide him to Zoro's swords and heard noises coming from the roof, so he stretched his arms to pull himself up there. His velocity resulted in him flying over the roof, so he grabbed onto the ropes the Marines were using to pull up Morgan's statue, causing the statue to fall down and split in two. Morgan was instantly furious and told his men to apprehend Luffy, and Luffy captured Helmeppo and took him inside the base to find out where Zoro's swords were.[4]

Helmeppo told Luffy that he put Zoro's swords in his room, and when Luffy was confronted by some Marines, he used Helmeppo as a shield to protect himself. Luffy made his way into Helmeppo's room and saw three swords, but Helmeppo had fainted and so could not tell him which ones were Zoro's.[5] As many of the Marines chased Luffy, one of them noticed Koby trying to free Zoro and told Morgan. Koby wished to be a proper sailor and stand up to the corrupt actions of this Marine base, and told Zoro that Luffy wanted to become the Pirate King. However, he was then shot in the shoulder by one of the Marines on the base roof.[4] Zoro told Koby to escape before the Marines got down to them, but Koby revealed that Zoro's agreement with Helmeppo was a lie and that Luffy had punched Helmeppo after finding this out. He asked Zoro to help Luffy if he untied them, but Morgan and his troops then stormed the parade ground and held the two of them at gunpoint. Morgan ordered his men to shoot them, and Zoro grew worried as he had sworn to not die until he had fulfilled a promise.[5]

When he was young, Zoro trained in a dojo and had lost in practice duels to Kuina, the dojo master Koushirou's daughter, 2000 times in a row. He was frustrated over his losing, and one night challenged Kuina to a duel with real swords. Kuina beat him again, and Zoro became even more frustrated, but she then revealed that she was frustrated too as she was entering puberty and her father had said that men would always eclipse women in strength. This made Zoro mad, as he wanted to beat her because he had worked hard rather than because of his gender. He and Kuina then made a promise with each other that they would each work to become the Greatest Swordsman in the World, and duel each other for the title. The next day, however, Zoro found out that Kuina had died after falling down the stairs. He asked Koushirou if he could have her sword, and emotionally declared that he would fulfill their promise for both of them and become the greatest swordsman possible.[6]

Helmeppo Threatens Koby

Helmeppo threatens to kill Koby unless Luffy stops beating up his father.

In the present, as the Marines shot at Koby and Zoro, Luffy jumped out of the window and landed in front of them, causing the bullets to hit his body and ricochet back at the Marines. Luffy presented the swords to Zoro, who revealed that he wielded all three of them as a Santoryu user. With the Marines now unquestionably against him, Zoro decided to take up on Luffy's offer and become a pirate.[5] The Marines then took out their swords and charged toward Luffy and Zoro, and Zoro told Luffy to give him his swords, allowing him to cut himself free and intercept all of the Marines at once. Luffy then hit all of the Marines with a stretched leg to knock them away. Morgan ordered his men to shoot themselves for their incompetence, and Luffy charged to fight him. Luffy quickly got the upper hand against Morgan, but Helmeppo then held Koby at gunpoint to stop Luffy from harming his father. Koby did not flinch in the face of death, and Luffy simply punched Helmeppo with Gomu Gomu no Pistol. Morgan rose back up to attack him from behind as he did this, but Zoro quickly cut him down. As Morgan and Helmeppo lay defeated, the Marines started celebrating.[7]

Luffy, Zoro, and Koby went to Rika's mother's restaurant to eat, and Luffy and Zoro plotted to head for the Grand Line. Koby warned them against this as their friend, but thanked them for teaching him to stand up for himself. The Marines then came to the restaurant, and although they were grateful to the pirates for defeating their captain, they still asked for them to leave. Luffy and Zoro did so, and the Marines asked Koby if he was going with them. Luffy then started to tell them about Koby's history with Alvida, causing Koby to punch him. Luffy punched back and started a brawl, causing the Marines to believe they were not friends. As Luffy and Zoro left, Koby asked the Marines to let him enlist, promising to work any job. Although one soldier still did not trust him, the chief Marine accepted his request. As Luffy and Zoro set sail, Koby then arrived to salute them, and to his surprise he was joined by the rest of the Marines in thanking the pirates. Luffy told Koby they would meet again, and looked forward to heading for the Grand Line.[8]

Story ImpactEdit

  • Monkey D. Luffy begins his journey as a pirate, setting into motion the main plot of the series.[1]
    • This arc shows how Luffy got his straw hat, which is his most valued possession.[1]
    • Luffy eats the Gomu Gomu no Mi, which becomes the main source of his abilities as a pirate but also renders him unable to swim.[1]
  • This arc introduces Luffy's main role model Shanks, who becomes an important figure in the overall plot.[1]
  • Roronoa Zoro becomes the first person to join Luffy as a crewmate, forming the Straw Hat Pirates. His dream of becoming the Greatest Swordsman in the World is revealed.[5]
  • The Marines, a very prominent antagonist group in the overall series, are first introduced.[3]
    • Because of Luffy becoming involved with the Shells Town Marine base in his effort to recruit Zoro, his companion Koby is able to fulfill his dream of joining the Marines.[8]
    • After his father Morgan is stripped of his authority over the base, it is seen later that Helmeppo also joins Koby as an enlisted soldier;[9] the two steadily rise up the ranks and cross paths with Luffy multiple times in the future, with the first instance being in the Post-Enies Lobby Arc.[10]
  • Luffy defeating Alvida results in her later teaming up with Orange Town Arc antagonist Buggy to get revenge on him in the Loguetown Arc.[11]
  • Shanks uses Haoshoku Haki to scare away the Lord of the Coast, making it the first type of Haki to be seen in the series.[1] It is next seen demonstrated in the Post-Enies Lobby Arc,[12] and fully explained in the Post-War Arc near the end of the first part of the series.[13]
  • In the Post-War Arc, when more of Luffy's childhood is shown, it is revealed that Luffy's experience with the Red Hair Pirates in this arc caused his grandfather Monkey D. Garp to send him to live in the mountains due to disapproving of Luffy interacting with pirates. While growing up in the mountains, Luffy first meets Portgas D. Ace and Sabo, leading them to become sworn brothers.[14]

Anime and Manga DifferencesEdit

The anime does not start with Romance Dawn (which is instead the focus of Episode 4), but on a cruise ship. Nami is the first character to make an appearance instead of Luffy and she is seen sneaking on board. She is also later seen in Episode 3 in Shells Town, searching for the Grand Line map, but it appears to have been stolen by the Buggy Pirates. Luffy's barrel is brought onboard the cruise ship by some of its crew instead of Koby, and Alvida is shown attacking the cruise ship instead of stationing on an island.

In the anime, the scene where Luffy defeats the Lord of the Coast is not shown and instead is shown in the flashback during the Post-War Arc.

In the manga, both Luffy and Zoro's pasts were revealed in this arc, while in the anime their pasts were placed in filler episodes that take place between different story arcs. Luffy's flashback was placed between the Romance Dawn and the Orange Town arcs in Episode 4, while Zoro's flashback takes place between the Syrup Village and Baratie Arcs in Episode 19. However, Zoro's promise to Kuina is still mentioned in this arc in the anime.

In the anime, at the begining of his backstory, Zoro mentions that he came to the village after fighting through a lot of other dojos from nearby villages. In the manga, Zoro is in the Isshin Dojo from the begining.


  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 1 Chapter 1 and Episode 4.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 1 Chapter 2 and Episode 1.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 1 Chapter 3 and Episode 2.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 1 Chapter 4 and Episode 2.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 1 Chapter 5 and Episode 2.
  6. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 1 Chapter 5 and Episode 19.
  7. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 1 Chapter 6 and Episode 3.
  8. 8.0 8.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 1 Chapter 7 and Episode 3.
  9. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 10 Chapter 83, cover story: Diary of Koby-Meppo Vol. 1 and Episode 68.
  10. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 45 Chapter 432 and Episode 314, Luffy and Zoro reunite with Koby and Helmeppo.
  11. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 11 Chapter 98 and Episode 52, Alvida returns.
  12. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 45 Chapter 434 (p. 2-8) and Episode 316, Shanks boards Whitebeard's ship and knocks out the weaker crew members with Haoshoku Haki.
  13. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 61 Chapter 597 and Episode 516, Rayleigh explains Haki.
  14. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 59 Chapter 582 and Episode 493, Luffy's childhood after meeting the Red Hair Pirates is shown.

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Members: Shanks  •  Benn Beckman  •  Lucky Roux  •  Yasopp  •  Rockstar
Ship(s): Red Force
Fighting Style Based: Haki
Weapon Based: Gryphon
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Story Arc(s): Romance Dawn Arc  •  Loguetown Arc  •  Jaya Arc  •  Post-Enies Lobby Arc  •  Marineford Arc  •  Post-War Arc  •  Levely Arc
Cover Stories: From the Decks of the World: The 500,000,000 Man Arc
Specials: Episode of Luffy  •  Episode of East Blue
Locations: Foosha Village  •  New World (Yukiryu Island)
Others: Four Emperors  •  Dracule Mihawk  •  Monkey D. Luffy  •  Roger Pirates  •  Straw Hat
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Alvida Pirates
Members: Alvida  •  Koby   •  Heppoko  •  Peppoko  •  Poppoko
Ship(s): Miss Love Duck
Devil Fruit Based: Sube Sube no Mi
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Story Arcs: Romance Dawn Arc  •  Episode of Luffy
Locations: Goat Island
Others: Buggy Pirates  •  Buggy and Alvida Alliance  •  Buggy's Delivery
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Shells Town
Inhabitants: Rika  •  Ririka  •  Morgan   •  Helmeppo   •  Koby   •  Ripper  •  Rokkaku  •  Ukkari  •  Soro 
Locations: Food Foo  •  153rd Branch
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Story Arcs: Romance Dawn Arc  •  Loguetown Arc 
Cover Stories: Diary of Koby-Meppo  •  From the Decks of the World
Specials: Episode of East Blue
Others: Marines  •  Roronoa Zoro
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Shimotsuki Village
Inhabitants: Shimotsuki Kozaburo  •  Koushirou  •  Kuina   •  Roronoa Zoro   •  Saga  
Locations: Isshin Dojo
Weapons: Wado Ichimonji
Fighting Styles: Santoryu  •  Nitoryu
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Story Arcs: Romance Dawn Arc  •  Post-Enies Lobby Arc  •  Chapter 0
Cover Stories: From the Decks of the World  •  From the Decks of the World: The 500,000,000 Man Arc
Specials: Episode of East Blue
Other: Wano Country (Shimotsuki Family)  •  Sunacchi
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East Blue
Locations: Dawn Island (Goa Kingdom  •  Foosha Village  •  Mt. Colubo  •  Midway Forest  •  Gray Terminal)  •  Goat Island  •  Shells Town (153rd Branch)  •  Shimotsuki Village  •  Organ Islands (Orange Town)  •  Island of Rare Animals  •  Gecko Islands (Syrup Village)  •  Baratie (Sister Anko  •  Nasugasira)  •  Kumate's Island  •  Conomi Islands (Arlong Park   •  Cocoyasi Village  •  Gosa Village)  •  Oykot Kingdom  •  16th Branch  •  Loguetown  •  Mirror Ball Island  •  Tequila Wolf  •  Cozia  •  Sixis
Non-Canon Locations: Gold Island  •  Ocean's Naval  •  Warship Island (Lost Island)  •  Clockwork Island
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Marine Officers: Sakazuki  •  Borsalino  •  Issho  •  Ryokugyu  •  Sengoku  •  Monkey D. Garp  •  Tsuru  •  John Giant  •  Comil  •  Momonga  •  Onigumo  •  Doberman  •  Strawberry  •  Yamakaji  •  Giant Squad (Lacroix  •  Ronse)  •  Dalmatian  •  Stainless  •  Mozambia  •  Cancer  •  Bastille  •  Smoker  •  Maynard  •  Gion  •  Tokikake  •  Draw  •  Sicily  •  Akehende  •  Catacombo  •  Kadar  •  Hina  •  Daigin  •  Yarisugi  •  Brannew  •  Kibin  •  T Bone  •  Very Good  •  Shu  •  Sharinguru  •  Gorilla  •  Tashigi  •  Koby  •  Nezumi  •  Ripper  •  Helmeppo  •  Glove  •  Zott  •  Stalker  •  Rokkaku  •  Makko  •  Isuka  •  Bogard  •  Candre  •  Sentomaru  •  X Drake
Subordinates and Others: Vegapunk  •  Shine  •  Mashikaku  •  Asahija  •  Fullbody  •  Jango  •  Lines  •  Ukkari  •  Pike  •  Bomba  •  Bakezo  •  Jero  •  Gal  •  Judges  •  Kyuji  •  Koda  •  Fishbonen
Non-Canon: Jonathan  •  Komei  •  Prodi  •  Wilder  •  Blago  •  Graydle  •  Balzac  •  Yukimura  •  Bilić  •  Nelson Royale  •  Moore  •  Trap  •  All-Hunt Grount  •  Governor  •  Shepherd  •  Hardy  •  Rapanui Pasqua  •  Drake  •  Isoka  •  Pukau  •  Akibi  •  Rongo  •  Lego  •  Regis  •  Hot Wind Marines  •  Saga  •  Toma  •  Bismarck  •  Boo Kong  •  Jessica  •  Shinpachi  •  Billy  •  Tom  •  Marley Brothers  •  Tajio  •  Kobato  •  Mekao  •  LeMay  •  Giant Baseball Team  •  Dojaku  •  Kansho  •  Straight  •  Curve  •  Ant De Bonham  •  Shimoi Zappa  •  Pokke  •  Merlin  •  Diomis  •  Comb  •  Glass
Former Marines
Canon: Kong   •  Jaguar D. Saul   •  Bell-mère   •  Diez Barrels   •  Donquixote Rosinante   •  Caesar Clown   •  Morgan   •  Pudding Pudding   •  Kuzan   •  Vergo   •  Attach 
Non-Canon: Z   •  Shuzo   •  Randolph   •  Jim   •  Daddy Masterson   •  Minchey   •  Gasparde   •  Ryudo   •  Ain   •  Binz   •  Smash   •  Isaac 
Ship(s): Marine Ships  •  Alexandra   •  Stan Maley   •  Pine Peak   •  Salamander 
Vehicles: Billower Bike  •  Ao Chari 
Devil Fruit Based: Magu Magu no Mi  •  Hito Hito no Mi, Model: Daibutsu  •  Pika Pika no Mi  •  Zushi Zushi no Mi  •  Hie Hie no Mi   •  Woshu Woshu no Mi  •  Moku Moku no Mi  •  Ori Ori no Mi  •  Ryu Ryu no Mi, Model: Allosaurus  •  Beri Beri no Mi  •  Sabi Sabi no Mi  •  Shari Shari no Mi  •  Nagi Nagi no Mi   •  Gasu Gasu no Mi   •  Nepa Nepa no Mi   •  Mono Mono no Mi   •  Meta Meta no Mi   •  Basu Basu no Mi   •  Ame Ame no Mi    •  Mosa Mosa no Mi    •  Modo Modo no Mi    •  Zuma Zuma no Mi  
Fighting Style Based: Haki  •  Rokushiki
Weapon Based: Shigure  •  Kashu  •  Yamaoroshi  •  Nanashaku Jitte  •  Bamboo  •  Same-kiri Bocho  •  Buster Call  •  Pacifista  •  Konpira  •  Eagle Launcher   •  Battle Smasher    •  Dyna Stone 
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Marine Bases: Base of Marine Headquarters  •  Marineford (Gates of Justice)  •  G-1  •  G-2  •  G-3  •  G-5  •  G-8 (Navarone Island  •  8th Branch   •  16th Branch  •  77th Branch  •  80th Branch  •  153rd Branch (Shells Town)  •  Loguetown  •  Karakuri Island  •  Punk Hazard   •  Asuka Island   •  Trap Tower   •  Hand Island   •  Firs Island   •  Nebulandia   •  Promise Land   •  G-F   •  Jail Island 
Groups: Marine Ranks (Admiral  •  Vice Admiral  •  Captain)  •  SWORD  •  SSG
Events: God Valley Incident  •  Ohara Incident  •  Operation Utopia  •  Battle of Marineford  •  Nightmare of Baldimore (Legend of the Sacred Burning Beast of Baldimore)  •  Rocky Port Incident  •  Grand Reboot 
Concepts: Justice  •  Epithet  •  Bounties  •  Will of D.  •  Buster Call
Story Arcs: Romance Dawn Arc  •  Baratie Arc  •  Arlong Park Arc  •  Loguetown Arc  •  Warship Island Arc   •  Little Garden Arc  •  Alabasta Arc  •  Jaya Arc  •  G-8 Arc   •  Long Ring Long Land Arc  •  Water 7 Arc  •  Enies Lobby Arc  •  Post-Enies Lobby Arc  •  Thriller Bark Arc  •  Sabaody Archipelago Arc  •  Amazon Lily Arc  •  Impel Down Arc  •  Marineford Arc  •  Chapter 0  •  Post-War Arc  •  Return to Sabaody Arc  •  Fish-Man Island Arc  •  Punk Hazard Arc  •  Dressrosa Arc  •  Zou Arc  •  Marine Rookie Arc   •  Levely Arc  •  Wano Country Arc
Cover Stories: Diary of Koby-Meppo  •  Jango's Dance Paradise  •  Wapol's Omnivorous Hurrah  •  Ace's Great Blackbeard Search  •  Miss Goldenweek's "Operation: Meet Baroque Works"  •  CP9's Independent Report  •  Straw Hat's Separation Serial  •  "Gang" Bege's Oh My Family
Movies: Dead End Adventure  •  The Cursed Holy Sword  •  Episode of Alabasta: The Desert Princess and the Pirates  •  One Piece Film: Strong World  •  One Piece 3D: Straw Hat Chase  •  One Piece Film: Z  •  One Piece Film: Gold  •  One Piece: Stampede
Other: World Government  •  Three Great Powers  •  Seastone  •  Ox Bell  •  World Military Draft  •  Ocean Guide   •  Fleet
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