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Magicalfishy
05-15-2015, 05:23 PM
Will anyone try watching One Piece (http://onepiece.wikia.com/wiki/Main_Page) this summer or yet even sooner? I know a bunch of people told me they'd try it out this summer, so I'm here to ask the question... are you going to try watching the best anime in the world? You most definitely won't regret it. And I should also mention you'll find it very strange at first, but after a few episodes you'll be hooked for life.


http://www.watchop.com or http://www.crunchyroll.com are probably the best places to watch One Piece. I'd recommend watching as many dubbed episodes as possible, they're pretty good.

If you said no, at least tell me why not. T-T
I meant to make the votes public... whoops.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m5_p2KaB9i4


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Aquarious
05-15-2015, 05:33 PM
Probably no. There are so many episodes and I don't have enough time. :sweatdrop:

Magicalfishy
05-15-2015, 05:35 PM
Probably no. There are so many episodes and I don't have enough time. :sweatdrop:

I thought the exact same thing... but if you think of it like something that will take a long time for you to watch it seems awesome. You've always got a new episode to watch and it keeps things long and interesting. In my opinion short series and anime series really annoy me. It's like there are so many unanswered questions and so much more they could've added into the series.

PolarisHD
05-15-2015, 05:36 PM
I'll probably continue watching it after the Dressrosa arc is complete. Maybe.

KenDu
05-15-2015, 05:37 PM
Will anyone try watching One Piece (http://onepiece.wikia.com/wiki/Main_Page) this summer or yet even sooner? I know a bunch of people told me they'd try it out this summer, so I'm here to ask the question... are you going to try watching the best anime in the world? You most definitely won't regret it. And I should also mention you'll find it very strange at first, but after a few episodes you'll be hooked for life.

If you said no, at least tell me why not. T-T
I meant to make the votes public... whoops.



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I'm done watching Gravity falls within 2 Days, i might watch One piece too if you have any online links that i could watch :)

And wait how many episode does onepiece have, and how long does one episode is?

Magicalfishy
05-15-2015, 05:39 PM
I'm done watching Gravity falls within 2 Days, i might watch One piece too if you have any online links that i could watch :)

Yeah, http://www.watchop.com is really good. But I would watch as many episodes dubbed as you can. The dub for One Piece is actually really awesome.

Arnold
05-15-2015, 05:39 PM
Yusyusyusyus yus
I just wanna get to the lagest episode ;-; im at episode 90 /fp
I spoiled myself but meh.
I just love 'Bink's Sake'

PolarisHD
05-15-2015, 05:41 PM
And wait how many episode does onepiece have, and how long does one episode is?

It currently has 692 episodes. Each episode is 20 min. if you exclude the OP and ED.

Arnold
05-15-2015, 05:44 PM
It currently has 692 episodes. Each episode is 20 min. if you exclude the OP and ED.

Such anime otaku expert.
Nice

Solsagann
05-15-2015, 05:48 PM
I tried One Piece last year, but I don't know, it's definitly not my cup of tea. The design of the character is absurd, so are their names, and the whole universe actually. Though it's kind of original, sometimes it's just too much.

FMA still the best anime kthxbai

iShortness
05-15-2015, 05:48 PM
Watchop.com is good but the quality sucks. If you don't mind the extra 4 hours of waiting for new episodes. Go to kissanime.com instead and search for one piece! Resolution is 720p while watchop is only 360p

KenDu
05-15-2015, 05:52 PM
It currently has 692 episodes. Each episode is 20 min. if you exclude the OP and ED.

I can finish the 692 Episodes for 15-20 Days i think

Derpyderp
05-15-2015, 06:19 PM
I tried One Piece last year, but I don't know, it's definitly not my cup of tea. The design of the character is absurd, so are their names, and the whole universe actually. Though it's kind of original, sometimes it's just too much.

I dont understand the show at all, just a boy who's trying to be a pirate, its confusing (:3c)


FMA still the best anime kthxbai

tru but FMAB tho

Magicalfishy
05-15-2015, 06:22 PM
I dont understand the show at all, just a boy who's trying to be a pirate, its confusing (:3c)



tru but FMAB tho

PLOT:

The series begins with the execution of Gol D. Roger, a man known as the King of the Pirates (海賊王 Kaizokuō?). Just before his death, Roger announces that his treasure, the One Piece (ひとつなぎの大秘宝 (ワンピース) Wan Pīsu?), will be available to anyone who finds it, starting the Great Pirate Era (大海賊時代 Daikaizokujidai?). As a result, countless pirates set out to the Grand Line to look for the treasure.

Continue reading:
Twenty-two years have passed since Roger's execution, and Monkey D. Luffy, a young man inspired by his childhood idol and powerful pirate Red Haired Shanks, sets off on a journey from the East Blue Sea to find the One Piece and become King of the Pirates. In an effort to organize his own crew, the Straw Hat Pirates (麦わら海賊団篇 Mugiwara Kaizoku-dan?), Luffy befriends a swordsman named Roronoa Zoro and they sail off to find the One Piece, later joined by Nami, a navigator and thief; Usopp, a sniper and a liar; and Sanji, a womanizing chef; while also gaining a ship, the Going Merry and having confrontations with pirates including Buggy the Clown, Captain Kuro and Don Krieg. Later, Luffy encounters Arlong, a fishman and member of the former Sun Pirates who thinks that fishmen are superior to humans. After Luffy defeats Arlong, Nami officially joins Luffy's crew and the Navy places a bounty on Luffy's head. Luffy then meets Captain Smoker, a Navy captain that can turn into smoke. He briefly captures Luffy, but Luffy is saved by his father Monkey D. Dragon. After making their way through the Grand Line, the group meets Nefeltari Vivi, a princess who wants to help save her country, the Alabasta Kingdom, from the crime syndicate Baroque Works. They later befriend the doctor and anthropomorphized reindeer Tony Tony Chopper while in Drum Island.

The Straw Hat Pirates make their way to Alabasta, leading to battles with Baroque Works and their leader, Sir Crocodile. Luffy finally defeats Crocodile and liberates Alabasta. Soon after, Nico Robin, an archaeologist formerly employed by Baroque Works, joins Luffy's crew. They soon encounter Blackbeard, the alias of Marshall D. Teech, who also aspires to become the King of the Pirates. After traveling to the floating island of Skypiea, the crew gets involved in a war between the Skypieans and the Shandorians, leading to a confrontation against the island's ruler Eneru, who has the power of lightning. Luffy defeats Eneru to save Skypiea and end the war. The crew soon meets the navy admiral Aokiji, who reveals that Robin was involved in searching for Poneglyphs, which are stones with markings left by an ancient civilization to reveal the missing 100 years of history that the World Government had erased. The group goes to Water 7, where they meet the cyborg shipwright Franky and find that the Going Merry is damaged beyond repair, leading to Usopp's temporary departure from the Straw Hats. However, Cipher Pol No. 9, the World Government's intelligence agency, captures Robin and Franky for information regarding the Poneglyphs and the ancient weapons that may come from them. Franky liberates himself from the government after burning his blueprints for one of the weapons and teams up with the Straw Hat Pirates to declare war on the government, resulting in battles between CP9 and its minions. The final long battle with CP9 ends when the crew saves Robin. To replace the sunken Going Merry, Franky constructs a new ship, the Thousand Sunny, for the Straw Hats and officially joins the crew. Soon after, the crew helps a musician skeleton named Brook, who was revived after eating a Devil Fruit, find his shadow in Thriller Bark, which has been stolen by Gecko Moriah. After defeating Moriah, Brook joins Luffy's crew.

After arriving at Saboady Archipelago, the crew prepares to sail to the New World, the second half of Grand Line. While there, they befriend Silvers Rayleigh, a former member of Roger's pirate crew who they ask to coat their ship so they can travel underwater. The crew eventually gets separated during a battle with Bartholomew Kuma, a huge cyborg under the control of the Navy, at the Sabaody Archipelago, with Luffy being sent to the all-female island Amazon Lily. Having learned that his older brother and the son of Gol D. Roger, Portgas D. Ace, has been detained at the government prison Impel Down, Luffy traverses there and liberates several people from the prison, including the fishman Jimbei and some former enemies. Luffy soon learns that Ace is at Marineford to be executed at Navy headquarters. However, war breaks out between the Navy and a group of pirates led by the legendary pirate Edward Newgate, also known by the alias Whitebeard. In the ensuing chaos, Whitebeard and Ace are killed. At Rayleigh's request, Luffy has the Straw Hats undergo rigorous training regimens, some under the tutelage of prominent figures.

Two years later, the crew regroups at Sabaody Archipelago and journeys to Fishman Island to enter the New World. During this time, a group of fishman pirates appear, seeking supremacy against humans, and hold a coup d'état to decide the fate of the island. However, after Nami forgives Jimbei for releasing Arlong into the East Blue, the Straw Hats defeat the fishmen pirates, saving the island. The Straw Hats leave Fishman Island and finally reach the New World, but not before starting a feud with Big Mom, one of the "Four Emperors", the strongest pirates in the New World. Entering the half-burning and half-freezing island, Punk Hazard, the crew encounters an old friend and one of the new Warlords, Trafalgar Law, and they form an alliance to take down Kaido, one of the Four Emperors in the New World. The alliance is drawn into a fierce battle against Caesar Clown, the scientist responsible for the destruction of Punk Hazard four years earlier. After Caesar's defeat, the alliance goes to Dressrosa, a kingdom ruled by Donquixote Doflamingo in an attempt to destroy the Smile factory as the next phase to defeat one of the Four Emperors, Kaido. In Dressrosa, Luffy competes in a competition to receive the Flame-Flame Fruit, formerly used by Ace; however, their childhood friend and adoptive brother, Sabo, arrives and assumes Luffy's place in the competition to earn the Flame Flame fruit while Luffy leaves to rescue his friends.

Dunno about you, but being a freaking pirate with superpowers, fighting the world government, and finding a legendary treasure sounds pretty darn cool.

XxJeirinxX
05-15-2015, 06:25 PM
Because i'm only interested on the music.

Derpyderp
05-15-2015, 06:28 PM
PLOT:

The series begins with the execution of Gol D. Roger, a man known as the King of the Pirates (海賊王 Kaizokuō?). Just before his death, Roger announces that his treasure, the One Piece (ひとつなぎの大秘宝 (ワンピース) Wan Pīsu?), will be available to anyone who finds it, starting the Great Pirate Era (大海賊時代 Daikaizokujidai?). As a result, countless pirates set out to the Grand Line to look for the treasure.

Twenty-two years have passed since Roger's execution, and Monkey D. Luffy, a young man inspired by his childhood idol and powerful pirate Red Haired Shanks, sets off on a journey from the East Blue Sea to find the One Piece and become King of the Pirates. In an effort to organize his own crew, the Straw Hat Pirates (麦わら海賊団篇 Mugiwara Kaizoku-dan?), Luffy befriends a swordsman named Roronoa Zoro and they sail off to find the One Piece, later joined by Nami, a navigator and thief; Usopp, a sniper and a liar; and Sanji, a womanizing chef; while also gaining a ship, the Going Merry and having confrontations with pirates including Buggy the Clown, Captain Kuro and Don Krieg. Later, Luffy encounters Arlong, a fishman and member of the former Sun Pirates who thinks that fishmen are superior to humans. After Luffy defeats Arlong, Nami officially joins Luffy's crew and the Navy places a bounty on Luffy's head. Luffy then meets Captain Smoker, a Navy captain that can turn into smoke. He briefly captures Luffy, but Luffy is saved by his father Monkey D. Dragon. After making their way through the Grand Line, the group meets Nefeltari Vivi, a princess who wants to help save her country, the Alabasta Kingdom, from the crime syndicate Baroque Works. They later befriend the doctor and anthropomorphized reindeer Tony Tony Chopper while in Drum Island.

The Straw Hat Pirates make their way to Alabasta, leading to battles with Baroque Works and their leader, Sir Crocodile. Luffy finally defeats Crocodile and liberates Alabasta. Soon after, Nico Robin, an archaeologist formerly employed by Baroque Works, joins Luffy's crew. They soon encounter Blackbeard, the alias of Marshall D. Teech, who also aspires to become the King of the Pirates. After traveling to the floating island of Skypiea, the crew gets involved in a war between the Skypieans and the Shandorians, leading to a confrontation against the island's ruler Eneru, who has the power of lightning. Luffy defeats Eneru to save Skypiea and end the war. The crew soon meets the navy admiral Aokiji, who reveals that Robin was involved in searching for Poneglyphs, which are stones with markings left by an ancient civilization to reveal the missing 100 years of history that the World Government had erased. The group goes to Water 7, where they meet the cyborg shipwright Franky and find that the Going Merry is damaged beyond repair, leading to Usopp's temporary departure from the Straw Hats. However, Cipher Pol No. 9, the World Government's intelligence agency, captures Robin and Franky for information regarding the Poneglyphs and the ancient weapons that may come from them. Franky liberates himself from the government after burning his blueprints for one of the weapons and teams up with the Straw Hat Pirates to declare war on the government, resulting in battles between CP9 and its minions. The final long battle with CP9 ends when the crew saves Robin. To replace the sunken Going Merry, Franky constructs a new ship, the Thousand Sunny, for the Straw Hats and officially joins the crew. Soon after, the crew helps a musician skeleton named Brook, who was revived after eating a Devil Fruit, find his shadow in Thriller Bark, which has been stolen by Gecko Moriah. After defeating Moriah, Brook joins Luffy's crew.

After arriving at Saboady Archipelago, the crew prepares to sail to the New World, the second half of Grand Line. While there, they befriend Silvers Rayleigh, a former member of Roger's pirate crew who they ask to coat their ship so they can travel underwater. The crew eventually gets separated during a battle with Bartholomew Kuma, a huge cyborg under the control of the Navy, at the Sabaody Archipelago, with Luffy being sent to the all-female island Amazon Lily. Having learned that his older brother and the son of Gol D. Roger, Portgas D. Ace, has been detained at the government prison Impel Down, Luffy traverses there and liberates several people from the prison, including the fishman Jimbei and some former enemies. Luffy soon learns that Ace is at Marineford to be executed at Navy headquarters. However, war breaks out between the Navy and a group of pirates led by the legendary pirate Edward Newgate, also known by the alias Whitebeard. In the ensuing chaos, Whitebeard and Ace are killed. At Rayleigh's request, Luffy has the Straw Hats undergo rigorous training regimens, some under the tutelage of prominent figures.

Two years later, the crew regroups at Sabaody Archipelago and journeys to Fishman Island to enter the New World. During this time, a group of fishman pirates appear, seeking supremacy against humans, and hold a coup d'état to decide the fate of the island. However, after Nami forgives Jimbei for releasing Arlong into the East Blue, the Straw Hats defeat the fishmen pirates, saving the island. The Straw Hats leave Fishman Island and finally reach the New World, but not before starting a feud with Big Mom, one of the "Four Emperors", the strongest pirates in the New World. Entering the half-burning and half-freezing island, Punk Hazard, the crew encounters an old friend and one of the new Warlords, Trafalgar Law, and they form an alliance to take down Kaido, one of the Four Emperors in the New World. The alliance is drawn into a fierce battle against Caesar Clown, the scientist responsible for the destruction of Punk Hazard four years earlier. After Caesar's defeat, the alliance goes to Dressrosa, a kingdom ruled by Donquixote Doflamingo in an attempt to destroy the Smile factory as the next phase to defeat one of the Four Emperors, Kaido. In Dressrosa, Luffy competes in a competition to receive the Flame-Flame Fruit, formerly used by Ace; however, their childhood friend and adoptive brother, Sabo, arrives and assumes Luffy's place in the competition to earn the Flame Flame fruit while Luffy leaves to rescue his friends.

Dunno about you, but being a freaking pirate with superpowers, fighting the world government, and finding a legendary treasure sounds pretty darn cool.

SPOILERS MAN! YOU DONT DROP THE PLOT WITHOUT S P O I L E R S

2 long 2 read i just skipped it :crazy::crazy::crazy::crazy:

lukj2001
05-15-2015, 07:20 PM
Im watching Black Bullet rn

Magicalfishy
05-15-2015, 08:32 PM
So many no's. Your loss people. :p

Arnold
05-15-2015, 11:32 PM
So many no's. Your loss people. :p

I agree to this guy

Areodax
05-16-2015, 12:49 AM
Hmm...

Maybe some other time.

I still haven't finished a lot of animes, and its summertime here.

Such low productivity.

zxsonic
05-16-2015, 03:24 AM
I don't watch One Piece but i watch videos and read about the arcs over on the wiki. he show drags out a lot so i just read the summary and if im more interested i go more in depth.

Mahmoud
05-16-2015, 03:26 AM
I will watch it maybe depends on something.
I used to watch the first episodes when it used to be on our tv.

iCrystalCat
05-16-2015, 04:58 AM
Will anyone try watching One Piece (http://onepiece.wikia.com/wiki/Main_Page) this summer or yet even sooner? I know a bunch of people told me they'd try it out this summer, so I'm here to ask the question... are you going to try watching the best anime in the world? You most definitely won't regret it. And I should also mention you'll find it very strange at first, but after a few episodes you'll be hooked for life.


http://www.watchop.com or http://www.crunchyroll.com are probably the best places to watch One Piece. I'd recommend watching as many dubbed episodes as possible, they're pretty good.

If you said no, at least tell me why not. T-T
I meant to make the votes public... whoops.



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Started Ep. 1, got bored ended it in the start. Too much reading.

Megazork
05-16-2015, 05:16 AM
I definitely will in the summer. For now I just need to finish Nichijou, Steins Gate, Guilty Crown, and other stuff on my anime list.

Aviron
05-16-2015, 05:58 AM
Dubbed is gross.

FrostxMC =^.^=
05-16-2015, 01:08 PM
I stopped for about 5 episodes (In the end) but I'll watch'em soon.

Magicalfishy
05-16-2015, 02:09 PM
Started Ep. 1, got bored ended it in the start. Too much reading.

Watch the English Dub.


Dubbed is gross.

Funimation did a really good job on dubbing One Piece. :/

Mark Chong
05-16-2015, 03:25 PM
i alr watched it to the current ep

_Lennart_
05-16-2015, 03:52 PM
Nein, Nicht Nein even though that does not make sense, I hate anime and always will.

Magicalfishy
05-16-2015, 05:07 PM
Nein, Nicht Nein even though that does not make sense, I hate anime and always will.

I used to hate anime until I watched Fullmetal Alchemmist. Trust me, it's pretty awesome. :o

voidgaming
05-16-2015, 05:33 PM
HMMMM
One piece.....Pirates?
somehow similiar to my lastest seen show.......
76350

Boomer
05-16-2015, 05:34 PM
Anime is stoopid.

Actually, I tried watching the first episode a couple weeks ago on Youtube, but all the English versions were pretty crappy quality, and all the high quality ones were in Japanese (or some Asian language).

Magicalfishy
05-20-2015, 06:33 PM
Anime is stoopid.

Actually, I tried watching the first episode a couple weeks ago on Youtube, but all the English versions were pretty crappy quality, and all the high quality ones were in Japanese (or some Asian language).

I always thought anime was stupid. It's funny how a little encouragement can change an opinion.

Tempting
05-20-2015, 07:41 PM
No, mainstream animes take to long to catch up on, also I like short animes. Sorry bud.

Magicalfishy
05-24-2015, 02:18 PM
No, mainstream animes take to long to catch up on, also I like short animes. Sorry bud.

I love anime series that are extremely long. You never have to worry about not having enough content to watch. C:

raqk
05-24-2015, 07:38 PM
I've always thought I hated anime, but recently I've started watching amagami SS at lunch with my friend. Maybe it's just because I'm bored out of my mind, and I'd rather watch anime than sit there and do nothing during our hour long lunches, but I might actually like anime :panic: anyways, one piece doesn't seem like the kinda show I'd like, but still, I've barely watched any anime, so any suggestions?

Magicalfishy
05-25-2015, 12:54 AM
I've always thought I hated anime, but recently I've started watching amagami SS at lunch with my friend. Maybe it's just because I'm bored out of my mind, and I'd rather watch anime than sit there and do nothing during our hour long lunches, but I might actually like anime :panic: anyways, one piece doesn't seem like the kinda show I'd like, but still, I've barely watched any anime, so any suggestions?

My suggestions would be Sword Art Online, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Blue Exorcist, and One Piece. Even if you think One Piece isn't your cup of tea, try it anyways. I thought it was super weird... but as I watched more and more episodes the story smacked me really hard in the heart. It's the most heartfelt, action-packed, comedic, and most immersive storied anime I know to this date.

ProSilent
05-25-2015, 02:07 AM
I'd recommend One Piece for those who love a long story, but if you do decide to start watching it you should skip all the fillers.

Pretty
05-25-2015, 10:41 AM
No.



Because I already did.

But I forgot at what ep I stopped. Jeez. Been a while.

And English dubbed is weird. I prefer subbed. I tried watching Code Geass english dubbed and I was laughing all the way.

raqk
05-26-2015, 02:09 AM
My suggestions would be Sword Art Online, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Blue Exorcist, and One Piece. Even if you think One Piece isn't your cup of tea, try it anyways. I thought it was super weird... but as I watched more and more episodes the story smacked me really hard in the heart. It's the most heartfelt, action-packed, comedic, and most immersive storied anime I know to this date.

I've just finished all of SAO :panic: I guess your right, some series are too short D: I might just watch One Piece when I'm done with SAO II.

FinPhoen
05-26-2015, 03:09 PM
maybe, strange seems good