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Sea of Survival: Super Rookies Saga

East Blue Alabasta Sky Island Water 7 Thriller Bark Summit War
Romance Dawn Reverse Mountain Goat Island Long Ring Long Land Ice Hunter Sabaody Archipelago
Chapters 1-7 101-105 Filler arc 303-321 Filler arc 490-513
Volumes 1 12 32-34 50-53
Episodes 1-3 62-63 136-138 207-219 326-335 385-405
Orange Town Whisky Peak Ruluka Island Ocean's Dream Chopper Man Special Amazon Lily
Chapters 8-21 106-114 Filler arc Filler arc Special Episodes 514-524
Volumes 1-3 12-13 53-54
Episodes 4-8 64-67 139-143 220-224 336 408-417
Syrup Village Diary of Koby-Meppo Jaya Foxy's Return Thriller Bark Straw Hat's Separation Serial
Chapters 22-41 89-119 (covers) 218-236 Filler arc 442-489 543-560 (covers)
Volumes 3-5 10-14 24-25 46-50 56-57
Episodes 9-18 68-69 144-152 225-228 337-381 418-421, 453-456
Baratie Little Garden Skypiea Water 7 Spa Island Impel Down
Chapters 42-68 115-129 237-302 322-374 Filler arc 525-549
Volumes 5-8 13-15 26-32 34-39 54-56
Episodes 19-30 70-77 153-195 229-263 382-384 422-425, 430-452
Arlong Park Drum Island G-8 Enies Lobby Little East Blue
Chapters 69-95 130-154 Filler arc 375-430 Filler arc
Volumes 8-11 15-17 39-44
Episodes 31-44 78-91 196-206 264-290, 293-302,
304-312
426-429
Buggy's Crew Adventure Chronicles Alabasta Post-Enies Lobby Marineford
Chapters 35-75 (covers) 155-217 431-441 550-580
Volumes 4-9 17-24 45-46 56-59
Episodes 46-47 92-130 313-325 457-489
Loguetown Post-Alabasta Boss Luffy Historical Special Post-War
Chapters 96-100 Filler arc Special Episodes 581-597
Volumes 11-12 59-61
Episodes 45, 48-53 131-135 291-292,  303406-407 490-491, 493-516
Warship Island Toriko Crossover
Chapters Filler arc Special Episode
Volumes
Episodes 54-61 492

The Final Sea: The New World Saga

Fish-Man Island Dressrosa Yonko
Return to Sabaody Z's Ambition Silver Mine
Chapters 598-602 Filler arc Filler arc
Volumes 61
Episodes 517-522 575-578 747-750
Fish-Man Island Punk Hazard Zou
Chapters 603-653 654-699 802-824
Volumes 61-66 66-70 80-82
Episodes 523-541, 543-574 579-589, 591-625 751-779
Toriko Crossover Toriko & Dragon Ball Crossover Marine Rookie
Chapters Special Episode Special Episode Filler arc
Volumes
Episodes 542 590 780-782
Caesar Retrieval Whole Cake Island
Chapters Filler arc 825-902
Volumes 82-90
Episodes 626-628 783-877
Dressrosa Levely
Chapters 700-801 903-908
Volumes 70-80 90
Episode 629-746 878-889
Wano Country
Chapters 909-TBA
Volumes 90-TBA
Episode 890-TBA

Canon Story ArcsEdit

The manga can currently be broken down into 9 parts, following the feats of the Straw Hat Pirates: the East Blue Saga, the Alabasta Saga, the Sky Island Saga, the Water 7 Saga, the Thriller Bark Saga, the Summit War Saga, the Fish-Man Island Saga, the Dressrosa Saga, and the Yonko Saga. Each saga is divided into smaller story arcs.

East Blue SagaEdit

Romance Dawn ArcEdit

Influenced by Shanks, Luffy starts his journey to become the Pirate King. At the beginning of his journey, he meets a boy named Koby who wants to become a Marine. They reach Shells Town where they meet corrupt Marine captain Axe-Hand Morgan, his son Helmeppo, and the pirate hunter Roronoa Zoro.

Orange Town ArcEdit

Luffy and his first crew member Zoro arrive at Orange Town where they meet a thief named Nami, who hates pirates. The trio make an unlikely team, fighting to free the town from the rule of Buggy the Clown.

  • Chapters: 14 (8-21)
  • Episodes: 5 (4-8)
  • Volumes: 3 (1-3)
  • Key plot-points: Nami unofficially joins.

Syrup Village ArcEdit

After Nami forms a partnership with the two as their navigator, the crew reaches an island and search for a ship to use. There, they encounter a chronic liar named Usopp. When a devious plot is revealed, Usopp's courage is put to the test and the Straw Hat Pirates have to prepare for a battle with the Black Cat Pirates.

  • Chapters: 20 (22-41)
  • Episodes: 10 (9-18)
  • Volumes: 3 (3-5)
  • Key plot-points: Usopp joins; The Going Merry is obtained.

Baratie ArcEdit

Usopp joins the crew as a sniper. In search of a cook for their ship, the Straw Hat Pirates go to a sea restaurant known as the Baratie. However, the restaurant is attacked by the powerful Don Krieg, who has returned from the Grand Line and wants to use the Baratie as a vessel to go back.

  • Chapters: 27 (42-68)
  • Episodes: 12 (19-30)
  • Volumes: 4 (5-8)
  • Key plot-points: Nami leaves with the Going Merry; Sanji joins; The Shichibukai are introduced.

Arlong Park ArcEdit

With Sanji from the Baratie joining the crew and Nami stealing the ship, the Straw Hat Pirates follow her to an island under the control of the fish-man pirate Arlong. Nami reveals that she is a member of the Arlong Pirates and simply helped the Straw Hat Pirates so she could take their gold later. But why would she follow a man like Arlong?

  • Chapters: 27 (69-95)
  • Episodes: 14 (31-44)
  • Volumes: 4 (8-11)
  • Key plot-points: Nami officially joins; Fish-men are introduced.

Loguetown ArcEdit

After Nami officially joins, the crew heads to the last town before the entrance to the Grand Line, Loguetown, the place where Gol D. Roger was both born and executed. Not only will they have to deal with a powerful Marine captain, but also previous enemies looking for revenge.

  • Chapters: 5 (96-100)
  • Episodes: 7 (45, 48-53); Episodes 50 and 51 are fillers.
  • Volumes: 2 (11-12)
  • Key plot-points: Logia type devil fruits introduced

Alabasta SagaEdit

Reverse Mountain ArcEdit

The crew has entered the Grand Line, but they encounter an obstacle as soon as they get in: a giant whale swallows the entire ship.

  • Chapters: 5 (101-105)
  • Episodes: 2 (62-63)
  • Volume: 1 (12)
  • Key plot-ponts: Raftel is introduced.

Whisky Peak ArcEdit

Led by the mysterious Mr. 9 and Ms. Wednesday, the Straw Hats go to Whisky Peak, where the townspeople immediately start a party to celebrate their arrival. But there is more to this town than there appears...

  • Chapters: 9 (106-114)
  • Episodes: 4 (64-67)
  • Volumes: 2 (12-13)
  • Key plot-points: Nefertari Vivi and Karoo unofficially join.

Little Garden ArcEdit

On their mission to bring Princess Vivi to Alabasta, the Straw Hats land at Little Garden, which is actually a huge island that is still stuck in the prehistoric era. However, there are more than dinosaurs on this island, as the crew soon finds out when they encounter two giants that have been locked in combat for over 100 years and four high-ranking Baroque Works members.

  • Chapters: 15 (115-129)
  • Episodes: 8 (70-77)
  • Volumes: 3 (13-15)
  • Key plot-points: Giants are introduced.

Drum Island ArcEdit

When Nami catches a fatal illness, the crew is forced to stop at Drum Island, a kingless country that is trying to establish a new government. Due to the actions of the previous king, Wapol, there is only one doctor left—a "witch" named Kureha who lives at the top of a mountain. Luffy and Sanji must reach the peak, but the exiled King Wapol returns to reclaim his country.

  • Chapters: 25 (130-154)
  • Episodes: 14 (78-91)
  • Volumes: 3 (15-17)
  • Key plot-points: Tony Tony Chopper joins.

Alabasta ArcEdit

The Straw Hats, with Kureha's assistant Tony Tony Chopper, finally arrive at Alabasta, which is on the verge of civil war. Vivi must reach the rebels and tell them the real cause behind the conflict, but Crocodile, leader of Baroque Works and one of the Shichibukai, will not just stand by and watch. In the end, Baroque Works, marine forces, pirates, the royal guards, and the rebel army clash in a battle that will determine the fate of the country itself.

  • Chapters: 63 (155-217)
  • Episodes: 39 (92-130); Episodes 93, 98-99, 101-102 are fillers.
  • Volumes: 8 (17-24)
  • Key plot-points: Vivi and Karoo leave; Nico Robin joins.

Sky Island SagaEdit

Jaya ArcEdit

The crew tearfully leaves Vivi behind and continue on their journey with Ms. All Sunday, aka Nico Robin, joining as an archaeologist. When a ship inexplicably falls from the sky and the Log Pose begins pointing up, they go to the island of Jaya for information on "Sky Island". There, they encounter Bellamy, a pirate who is heralding a "New Age" where pirates do not dream, and a man named Montblanc Cricket.

  • Chapters: 19 (218-236)
  • Episodes: 9 (144-152)
  • Volumes: 2 (24-25)
  • Key plot point: Marshall D. Teach makes his first appearance here.

Skypiea ArcEdit

Riding the Knock Up Stream, the crew finds themselves in the "White Sea", an ocean in the sky. The Straw Hats soon discover that there is a war between the Sky People and the natives who originally inhabited a place known as the Upper Yard. They also learn of the cruel God Enel.

  • Chapters: 66 (237-302)
  • Episodes: 43 (153-195)
  • Volumes: 7 (26-32)

Water 7 SagaEdit

Long Ring Long Land ArcEdit

The crew returns to the Blue Sea with gold and dials from Skypiea, only to encounter Foxy the Silver Fox, a pirate who challenges them to a "Davy Back Fight", a series of games where the winner takes crewmates from the loser crew. However, even after defeating Foxy, the Straw Hats encounter an enemy whom they have no hope of beating.

  • Chapters: 19 (303-321)
  • Episodes: 15 (207-219, and 227-228); Episodes 213-216 are fillers.
  • Volumes: 3 (32-34)

Water 7 ArcEdit

In search of a shipwright to join the crew, the Straw Hats land at the thriving metropolis of Water 7. Here, the crew falls apart as two members leave. To make matters worse, the Straw Hats are framed for the attempted assassination of Water 7's mayor, who is also president of the Galley-La shipbuilding company. They try to find the real culprit, but they soon learn that they may have been caught head over heels by the government assassination group CP9.

  • Chapters: 53 (322-374)
  • Episodes: 35 (229-263)
  • Volumes: 6 (34-39)
  • Key plot-points: Robin and Usopp leave. Sogeking temporary joins the Straw Hats to help rescue Robin.

Enies Lobby ArcEdit

The Straw Hats, the Franky Family, and the Galley-La Company team up to rescue Nico Robin, save Franky, and avenge Iceburg. To do this, they attack Enies Lobby, a government stronghold where CP9 is based, declaring war on the World Government.

  • Chapters: 56 (375-430)
  • Episodes: 46 (264-290, 293-302 and 304-312); Episodes 279-283 are recaps.
  • Volumes: 6 (39-44)
  • Key plot-points: Robin re-joins. Luffy's Gears, Sanji's Diable Jambe, and Zoro's Kyutoryu are introduced.

Post-Enies Lobby ArcEdit

Resting after their ordeals on Enies Lobby, the Straw Hats' world is turned upside-down as familiar faces return with unexpected revelations for the continuation of their journey. Down the Grand Line, Shanks makes his move to protect Whitebeard's subordinate Ace from a familiar face with a horrific new power.

  • Chapters: 11 (431-441)
  • Episodes: 13 (313-325); Episodes 317-319 are fillers.
  • Volumes: 2 (45-46)
  • Key plot-points: The Going Merry is sunk; the Thousand Sunny is obtained; Franky joins; Usopp re-joins. Ace and Blackbeard's battle.

Thriller Bark SagaEdit

Thriller Bark ArcEdit

The Straw Hats continue their adventure out into the Florian Triangle where they come across a strange barrel which upon opening, sets off a flare. This soon turns into a nightmare when a ghost ship directs them to the haunted island of Thriller Bark, where ghosts, zombies and a Shichibukai await them, which later turns out to be Gecko Moria.

  • Chapters: 48 (442-489)
  • Episodes: 45 (337-381)
  • Volumes: 5 (46-50)
  • Key plot-points: Brook joins.

Summit War SagaEdit

Sabaody Archipelago ArcEdit

Arriving at the Red Line, the crew searches for a way to get to the famed Fish-Man Island. The Straw Hats are soon diverted from their search when a mermaid and a talking starfish appear, and they soon find themselves saving an old enemy from a kidnapping ring. Things take a turn for the worst when the Straw Hats find themselves cornered at every turn with a Shichibukai, a Marine Admiral, and World Government officials.

  • Chapters: 24 (490-513)
  • Episodes: 21 (385-405)
  • Volumes: 4 (50-53)
  • Key plot-points: Crew is separated; Celestial Dragons are introduced.

Amazon Lily ArcEdit

Kuma sends each of the Straw Hat Pirates flying from the Sabaody Archipelago to different islands. This arc centers on Luffy, who lands on an island where only women live. Luffy soon discovers that the women on the island are led by the Shichibukai Boa Hancock.

  • Chapters: 11 (514-524)
  • Episodes: 14 (408-417)
  • Volumes: 2 (53-54)
  • Key plot-points: Luffy learns about Ace's execution.

Impel Down ArcEdit

Winning over the heart of the beautiful Boa Hancock , Luffy manages to storm the prison of Impel Down, hoping to save his brother Ace from execution before it sparks an ultimate showdown between the Whitebeard Pirates and the World Government.

  • Chapters: 25 (525-549)
  • Episodes: 27 (422-425 and 430-452)
  • Volumes: 3 (54-56)
  • Key plot-points:Ivankov is introduced;

Marineford ArcEdit

Unable to rescue Ace before he was transferred, Luffy and his group of prison escapees follow after him to Marineford. With time running out until Ace's execution, the Whitebeard Pirates and the World Government prepare their forces to clash in a battle that could drastically change the era.

Post-War ArcEdit

The world reels from the death of Whitebeard, causing chaos to ripple all across the Grand Line. Luffy, struggling to cope with Ace's death, remembers he has something just as important to him: his crew. Will the Straw Hat Pirates ever reunite?

  • Chapters: 17 (581-597)
  • Episodes: 26 (490-491 and 493-516); Episodes 499 and 506 are fillers.
  • Volumes: 3 (59-61)
  • Key plot-points: Sabo is introduced.

Fish-Man Island SagaEdit

Return to Sabaody ArcEdit

Two years have passed since the crew was separated and the Straw Hats have trained vigorously since then. They are now set to reunite and pick up from where they left off on their journey.

  • Chapters: 5 (598-602)
  • Episodes: 6 (517-522)
  • Volume: 1 (61)
  • Key plot-points: Crew is reunited.

Fish-Man Island ArcEdit

After two years, the Straw Hats are finally beginning their undersea journey to Fish-Man Island. When a local fortuneteller predicts Luffy destroying Fish-Man Island, the Straw Hats are falsely accused as criminals, and to complicate matters further, an alliance between Hody Jones and Vander Decken IX plots to take over the Ryugu Kingdom.

  • Chapters: 51 (603-653)
  • Episodes: 51 (523-541 and 543-574)
  • Volumes: 6 (61-66)

Dressrosa SagaEdit

Punk Hazard ArcEdit

Upon finally entering the New World, the Straw Hat Pirates immediately receive a distress call from an island called Punk Hazard. There, they find Kin'emon, a Samurai in search of his son, Vegapunk's former-assistant, Caesar Clown, the newly-initiated Shichibukai, Trafalgar Law, the G-5 Marines led by Vice Admiral Smoker, and a series of underworld conspiracies being helmed by Caesar Clown's employer: Donquixote Doflamingo, who is referred by all the underworld brokers as "Joker".

  • Chapters: 46 (654-699)
  • Episodes: 46 (579-589 and 591-625)
  • Volumes: 5 (66-70)
  • Key plot-points: Kin'emon and Momonosuke unofficially join; Heart Pirates become allies.

Dressrosa ArcEdit

As Trafalgar Law prepares to carry out his plan to destroy the SMILE Factory at Dressrosa, the country of 'love, passion, and toys', Luffy is lured into participating in a gladiator tournament, while the rest of the crew becomes embroiled in a plot of rebellion helmed by a toy soldier and a race of small creatures. To complicate matters, Fleet Admiral Sakazuki has sent Admiral Fujitora to deal with the situation and a 'brother' thought long dead reveals himself. When chaos arises in Dressrosa, Doflamingo traps everyone in a giant cage, leading to a massive war between the Donquixote Pirates and the Straw Hat Pirates with their allies.

  • Chapters: 102 (700-801)
  • Episodes: 118 (629-746)
  • Volumes: 11 (70-80)
  • Key plot-points: The Straw Hat Pirates are split into 2 groups; The Straw Hat Grand Fleet is created; Kanjuro unofficially joins. Sabo is confirmed to be alive.

Yonko SagaEdit

Zou ArcEdit

After the events in Dressrosa, the Straw Hat Pirates, Law, and the samurai arrive at Zou, which is a living 1000 year old elephant with a island on its back and is the home to the Mink Tribe. The Mink Tribe is recovering from an attack by Jack, one of Kaido's right-hand men. The crew also finds out what happened to Sanji as well as the true identity of the samurai. They split up, with Luffy's group going to rescue Sanji and the others going to Wano Country where Kaido is.

  • Chapters: 23 (802-824)
  • Episodes: 29 (751-779); Episodes 775 is filler.
  • Volumes: 3 (80-82)
  • Key plot-points: Crew is reunited, except for Sanji, who was taken by the Big Mom Pirates; the Ninja-Pirate-Mink-Samurai Alliance is formed; the crew splits up again; Pedro and Carrot unofficially join.

Whole Cake Island ArcEdit

Luffy's group travels to Whole Cake Island to retrieve Sanji from a political marriage between the Vinsmoke Family and the Charlotte Family. They are caught between the families hidden agendas, and form an alliance with Jinbe, Caesar, and the Fire Tank Pirates to take down Big Mom and save the Vinsmokes.

  • Chapters: 78 (825-902)
  • Episodes: 95 (783-877)
  • Volumes: 9 (82-90)
  • Key plot-points: Sanji reunites with half the crew; Jinbe joins and splits with the rest of the crew; Caesar Clown and the Fire Tank Pirates become temporary allies.

Levely ArcEdit

The news of the Straw Hats exploits at Totto Land are reported to the world as the royalty from around the world gather at Mary Geoise for the Levely. Meanwhile, the Revolutionary Army prepares for their next move, and Big Mom talks to Kaido about Luffy.

  • Chapters: 6 (903-908)
  • Episodes: 12 (878-889)
  • Volume: 1 (90)
  • Key plot-points: Zeus joins.

Wano Country ArcEdit

While the Levely is ongoing, the Ninja-Pirate-Mink-Samurai Alliance make their move in Wano Country, preparing for the battle against the Beasts Pirates.

  • Chapters: 38 (909-)
  • Episodes: (890-)
  • Volume: 3 (90-)

Key plot-points: Sanji reunites with the rest of the crew.

Short-Term Focused Cover Page SerialsEdit

Further information: Cover Page and Cover Stories

Due to the One Piece manga's nature as a weekly serial, each individual chapter has its own title page to start that series' section of Weekly Shonen Jump. While most manga artists use this space either to expand the chapter's length by a page or to draw a one-off illustration, Oda will take minor characters and defeated villains, and give them their own story arcs, which sometimes end up coinciding with the goings-on of Luffy and his crew at some point. Each of these stories, known officially as Short-Term Focused Cover Page Serials (短期集中表紙連載 Tanki Shūchū Hyōshi Rensai?), or "Cover Stories" for short, run for 20 to 40 or more consecutive installments, interrupted only by title pages drawn in color. Each "episode" is one panel, with a caption that includes the title of the arc (given by Oda himself) and a description of what happens in the image. After each arc has run its course, there is a set of "normal" chapter title pages that showcases each member of the Straw Hat crew, and then a new story arc is introduced. Starting from just prior to the ninth cover arc, a new segment called "Where They Are Now" began, catching up with other characters from a specific arc and their current day to day life prior to the specific story connected to the full cover arc.

While these "Cover Stories" (as fans call them) are part of the canon manga story, only three have appeared thus far in the anime: Buggy's Crew: After the Battle! (episodes 46-47), Diary of Koby-Meppo (episodes 68-69) and Straw Hat's Separation Serial (episodes 453-456). However, it is not infrequent that the encounters caused by the mini arc do appear in the anime without any explanation, including Jango's recruitment into the Marines.

Sea of Survival: Super Rookies SagaEdit

  1. Buggy's Crew Adventure Chronicles (バギー一味冒険記 Bagī Ichimi Bōken-Ki?), ch. 35-75 (28 installments, plus 2 "sidestories" with Richie as captain); ep. 46-47 (2 episodes).
    • Chronicles the misadventures of Buggy as he makes his way across the sea without his limbs or torso, and his crew as they choose a new captain. They end up (literally) in a hot pot of soup.
  2. Diary of Koby-Meppo (コビメッポ奮闘日記 Kobimeppo Funtō Nikki?), ch. 83-119 (30 installments); ep. 68-69 (2 episodes).
    • Follows Koby and Helmeppo's trials and tribulations as Chore Boys in the Marines after the incident involving Helmeppo's father, and how they are taken in by Vice-Admiral Garp.
  3. Jango's Dance Paradise (ジャンゴのダンス天国 Jango no Dansu Tengoku?), ch. 126-172 (37 installments); 1 special (partly).
    • Follows Jango from his abandonment by his crew, to his fateful meeting with Fullbody, all the way to his enlistment as a Marine.
  4. Hatchan's Sea-Floor Stroll (はっちゃんの海底散歩 Hatchan no Kaitei Sanpo?), ch. 182-228 (40 installments)
    • Hatchan escapes from prison and travels the ocean, meeting various characters, like Camie and Pappag. Though he is spurned by Octopako, the object of his affections, he finds fulfillment in running a takoyaki stand.
  5. Wapol's Omnivorous Hurrah (ワポルの雑食バンザイ Waporu no Zasshoku Banzai?), ch. 236-262 (23 installments); 1 Episode (partly).
    • Shows what happened to Wapol after he was kicked out of Drum Kingdom. Though he is reduced to abject poverty, his Devil Fruit powers prove useful and he soon ascends to power once more as the wealthy CEO of a toy company.
  6. Ace's Great Blackbeard Search (エースの黒ひげ大捜査線 Ēsu no Kurohige Daisōsasen?), ch. 272-305 (29 installments)
    • Follows Portgas D. Ace as he searches for Blackbeard on behalf of his captain, Whitebeard. During the course of his travels, he befriends the milk-maiden Moda, and infiltrates the Marine Base G-2 where he is able to obtain classified documents about Blackbeard's whereabouts, as well as help reunite Moda with her parents.
  7. Gedatsu's Accidental Blue-Sea Life (ゲダツのうっかり青海暮らし Gedatsu no Ukkari Seikai-Gurashi?), ch. 314-348 (32 installments)
  8. Miss Goldenweek's "Operation: Meet Baroque Works" (ミスG・Wの作戦名「ミーツ・バロック」 Misu Gōruden Wīku no Sakusenmei "Mītsu Barokku"?), ch. 359-413 (42 installments)
    • Follows the adventures of Miss Goldenweek, Mr.5 and Miss Valentine as they travel to reunite with the remains of the Baroque Works Officer Agents. Most of them escape imprisonment from Captain Hina, while four of the most crucial members get sent to Impel Down for their crimes.
  9. Enel's Great Space Operations (エネルのスペース大作戦 Enel no Supēsu Daisakusen?), ch. 428-474 (38 installments)
    • Enel uses his flying ship, the Maxim, to finally reach the moon; which he believes to be the Fairy Vearth. There, he encounters weird creatures, both living and mechanical, while discovering about the ancient connection with the Sky People and Shandias.
  10. CP9's Independent Report (CP9の任務外報告 Shī-Pī-Nain no Ninmu-gai Hōkoku?), ch. 491-528 (33 installments)
    • Shows the aftermath of CP9 after being saved from the Buster Call by Blueno and his Air Door. After saving Rob Lucci's life on a medical island, they are forced to put up with threats from both pirates and the government.

The Final Sea: The New World SagaEdit

  1. From the Decks of the World (世界の甲板から Sekai no Kanpan kara?), ch. 613-668 (48 installments)
    • The news of the Straw Hat Pirates' revival spreads throughout the world. It features many of the allies and acquaintances of the protagonists from the first chapter and onwards.
  2. Caribou's Kehihihihi in the New World (カリブーの新世界でケヒヒヒヒ Karibū no Shin Sekai de Kehihihihi?), ch. 674-731 (46 installments)
  3. Solo Journey of Jinbe, Knight of the Sea (ジンベエの海侠一人旅 Jinbē no Kaikyō Hitoritabi?), ch. 751-785 (28 installments)
    • Follows Jinbe's journey after he left Caribou at the G-5 base.
  4. From the Decks of the World: The 500,000,000 Man Arc (世界の甲板から 5億の男編 Sekai no Kanpan kara: Go-oku no Otoko Hen?), ch. 805-838 (25 installments)
    • The news of Straw Hats and Law's victory over Donquixote Doflamingo spreads throughout the world. It features many of the allies and acquaintances of the protagonists from the first chapter and onwards.
  5. The Stories of the Self-Proclaimed Straw Hat Grand Fleet (押し掛け麦わら大船団物語 Oshikake Mugiwara Dai-sendan Monogatari?), ch. 864-919 (46 installments)

Anime-Only ArcsEdit

Because the One Piece manga is still ongoing, Toei Animation uses non-manga material (filler) as a way to slow down the progression of the plot. If the anime were to catch up with the manga, Toei would either have to wait for Oda to release more manga chapters, take the story in a direction independent of the manga (as was done in Rurouni Kenshin, Elfen Lied, InuYasha and Fullmetal Alchemist), or simply end it; any of these would likely damage the popularity of the series, and would not reflect well on either Toei Animation or Oda. Thus, additional material is the only viable alternative.

Unlike non-manga material in many other shows, most One Piece filler takes place in story arcs independent from the main plot, and having little to no effect on the subsequent canon story. These arcs also generally consist of lighter fare than Oda's own work, containing much more comedy, the presence of child characters, and little in the way of drama. Currently, the anime has twelve story arcs not present in the manga:

    1. Warship Island Arc (a.k.a. Apis Arc): comes between the East Blue and Alabasta sagas. The Straw Hat Pirates attempt to help a mysterious girl named Apis and a "Thousand Year Dragon" named Ryuji, while combating the nefarious Erik and the Marines after the dragon.
      • Episodes: 8 (54-61)
    2. Post-Alabasta Arc: a series of character-centered episodes taking place immediately after the Alabasta Arc.
      • Episodes: 5 (131-135)
    3. Goat Island Arc: after the above arc, the Straw Hats meet an old man and his goats who supposedly have a great treasure, but the Marines are after his treasure too.
      • Episodes: 3 (136-138)
    4. Ruluka Island Arc: after the above arc, the Straw Hats comes across an island under the control of a cruel former pirate and an old man trying to unlock the secrets of a space-time warp known as the Rainbow Mist. Things start to get complicated when Luffy and the others end up getting trapped in the Rainbow Mist, however.
      • Episodes: 5 (139-143)
    5. G-8 Arc: Comes after the end of the Sky Island Saga. Instead of splashing down in open sea, the Going Merry is trapped within the enclosed and heavily fortified waters of a Marines base, where the crew must scatter to survive before attempting to retake their ship and escape.
      • Episodes: 11 (196-206)
    6. Ocean's Dream Arc: follows the Long Ring Long Land arc and precedes the crew's arrival at Water Seven. The crew loses its memory and has to get it back before they can continue. It is notable in that it is the only non-manga storyline thus far to be based on a One Piece video game (Ocean's Dream, released for the Sony PlayStation in 2003).
      • Episodes: 5 (220-224)
    7. Foxy's Return Arc: immediately after the Ocean's Dream Arc is this two-episode short filler arc describing what became of the defeated Foxy and his crew following the Davy Back Fight. After the arc's end there is a short transition to the meeting with Aokiji, handled differently in the manga.
      • Episodes: 2 (225-226)
    8. Ice Hunter Arc (a.k.a. Lovely Land Arc): after the Enies Lobby arc, the Sunny falls into a dangerous trap on an ice island. Ambushed by the world's greatest bounty hunters, the diabolical Accino Family, the Straw Hats' Jolly Roger is taken and they team up with the Phoenix Pirates, also victims of the Accinos, to get it back.
      • Episodes: 10 (326-335)
    9. Spa Island Arc: after the Thriller Bark arc, the crew lands on Spa Island, an island dedicated to relaxation. However, once they meet a pair of sisters searching for their father's dream, a series of events unfold that turn the island of relaxation into the island of destruction. The last episode of this arc is about Brook and how he's adjusting to the crew.
      • Episodes: 3 (382-384)
    10. Little East Blue Arc: before Strong World (probably after the Thriller Bark Arc), the Straw Hat Pirates arrive to Little East Blue island, where they'll fight against Largo and his pirates.
      • Episodes: 4 (426-429)
    11. Z's Ambition Arc: after the Fish-Man Island Arc, the Straw Hat Pirates meet Lily Enstomach and engage battle with Momonga to free her father. Later Shuzo of the Neo Marines tries to kill him and Luffy fights him.
      • Episodes: 4 (575-578)
    12. Caesar Retrieval Arc: after the Punk Hazard Arc, a mysterious person manages to get aboard the Thousand Sunny and kidnap the already-kidnapped Caesar Clown away from the Straw Hat Pirates, who are on their way to Dressrosa. However, the recently formed Heart Pirates and Straw Hat Pirates alliance will need to get Caesar back, in order to complete the plan to take down both Donquixote Doflamingo and Kaido.
      • Episodes: 3 (626-628)
    13. Silver Mine Arc: Monkey D. Luffy and Bartolomeo are kidnapped by the Silver Pirate Alliance, and must escape from a large fortress on a giant silver mine.
      • Episodes: 4 (747-750)
    14. Marine Rookie Arc: The Sanji Retrieval Team ran out of food, forcing them to sneak onto the Marines base on Fron Island to steal their food supply.
      • Episodes: 3 (780-782)

TV SpecialsEdit

The first four TV specials and the first recap are hour-long specials that aired in the series timeslot in place of a regular episode. TV Specials five onward are two-hours long and aired outside of the TV Series schedule.

The 'Episode Of' specials (following from Movies 8 and 9) are part of a series that re-adapts story arcs from the manga with new animation.

RecapsEdit

TV SpecialsEdit

CrossoversEdit

The characters of the series (mainly the protagonist crew) sometimes crossover to other franchises, and vice-versa. Those cross overs are considered not canon to the main series, however the characters remember their past encounters with the same crossed over group. This is a list of the crossover thus far:

ReferencesEdit

  1. December 2005 Special is referred to as TV Special Episode 4

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Cover Stories: Buggy's Crew Adventure Chronicles  •  Diary of Koby-Meppo
Alabasta: Reverse Mountain  •  Whisky Peak  •  Little Garden  •  Drum Island  •  Alabasta
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Cover Stories: Gedatsu's Accidental Blue-Sea Life  •  Miss Goldenweek's "Operation: Meet Baroque Works"  •  Enel's Great Space Operations
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Summit War: Sabaody Archipelago  •  Amazon Lily  •  Impel Down  •  Marineford  •  Post-War
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Cover Stories: From the Decks of the World
Dressrosa: Punk Hazard  •  Dressrosa
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Non-Canon
Filler Arcs: Warship Island  •  Post-Alabasta  •  Goat Island  •  Ruluka Island  •  G-8  •  Ocean's Dream  •  Foxy's Return  •  Ice Hunter  •  Spa Island  •  Little East Blue  •  Z's Ambition  •  Caesar Retrieval  •  Silver Mine  •  Marine Rookie
Movies: One Piece: The Movie  •  Clockwork Island Adventure  •  Chopper's Kingdom on the Island of Strange Animals  •  Dead End Adventure  •  The Cursed Holy Sword  •  Baron Omatsuri and the Secret Island  •  The Giant Mechanical Soldier of Karakuri Castle  •  Episode of Alabasta: The Desert Princess and the Pirates  •  Episode of Chopper Plus: Bloom in Winter, Miracle Sakura  •  One Piece Film: Strong World  •  One Piece 3D: Straw Hat Chase  •  One Piece Film: Z  •  One Piece Film: Gold  •  One Piece: Stampede
Featurettes and Specials: Adventure in the Ocean's Navel  •  Jango's Dance Carnival  •  Dream Soccer King  •  Take Aim! The Pirate Baseball King  •  Open Upon the Great Sea! A Father's Huge, HUGE Dream!  •  Protect! The Last Great Performance  •  The Detective Memoirs of Chief Straw Hat Luffy  •  Mugiwara Theater  •  Episode of Nami  •  Episode of Luffy  •  Episode of Merry  •  3D2Y  •  Episode of Sabo  •  Adventure of Nebulandia  •  Heart of Gold  •  Episode of East Blue  •  Episode of Sky Island  •  Romance Dawn
OVAs: Defeat Him! The Pirate Ganzack  •  Romance Dawn Story  •  One Piece Film Strong World: Episode 0  •  One Piece Film: Gold Episode 0
Other Related Stories
Supplementary Stories: Monsters  •  Chapter 0  •  One Piece novel A  •  One Piece novel Straw Hat Stories
Omake: Report Time  •  Obahan Time  •  Jingi-nai Time  •  Chopper Man  •  Monster Time  •  Space Time  •  Red-Hair of Class 3 - Sea Time  •  Marchen Time  •  Family Time  •  Ed Sullivan Show  •  Detective Loomes  •  Circus Time  •  RPG Time  •  4-Panel Strips  •  Orchestra of the Sea
Crossovers: Cross Epoch  •  One Piece x Toriko Crossover  •  Episode 492  •  Episode 542  •  Episode 590
One Shots: Romance Dawn  •  Special Episode "Luff"
Events: Kyutai Panic Adventure! (Kyutai Panic Adventure Returns!)  •  One Piece Premier Show  •  One Piece x Kyoto


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