Started last week and hit ep 30 today this is crazy- nose back to the grindstone tonight
If you don't want spoilers, I suggest you to not join /r/OnePiece until you catch up.
The journey of 1000 episodes starts with a single montage
Tbh I think I’ll just stick with the montage and maybe read the manga. I’ve been inspired, just not *1000 episodes* inspired
Oh man, this is so cool! I was too immeresed with the story and the characters that I forgot how LARGE and beautiful the one piece world is.
Exactly my thoughts! Every island is unique and beautiful and you just forget about it or it becomes normal for you, because there are SO many islands in this anime!
One piece world building was fucking great. It though me one important thing, never tell the viewers how big the world is and how many cities/countries there are, because you end up limiting the story potential.
ATLA was great because you know the ending was in sight with the fire nations, but literally 99% of anime end up limiting themselves for no reasons at all.
Should I dedicate my life to this and start season 1 ep 1??
If u finish Arlong Park Arc, which is around ep 40, and you still don’t enjoy one piece, it’s not for you and just drop it.
Is that Time by Hans Zimmer?
Yes it is
why did they remove the download button on reddit
Man that's been gone for almost a year i think.
And i am equally annoyed by it.
I honestly didn't thought before that this kind of world building in any type or form of story was possible to create. Every single island or place we were introduced to felt so much vivid and alive. It felt to me like the world of One Piece is real and we just don't know where it is lol. Such a masterpiece Oda created.
Putting off getting started on one piece is lame, starting sooner makes the finale all the more wonderful once you get there. Makes you glad to be alive.
People always complain about how long One Piece is, but once you're really into a good show, you never want it to end!
One piece has been around for as long as I’ve been alive, it’s going to be a weird feeling watching this anime come to a close
Genuinely curious since you said ***watch***, but how long did it take for you to catch up and if you haven't, how far are you? I see that big ass episode count and get intimidated lol
Honestly Oda is genius the way he created the world building is just the best and nothing really comes close.
It's not in the same style as Oda in any way, but damn it, JRR went the extra mile to create his own world.
(I'd argue that Terry Pratchett also did a phenomal work at world building despite the sheer absurdity of his setting)
this sold me to watch it!
I don’t know who did this but it’s fucking fantastic. Goda did such a great job with the world building it’s unbelievable, greatest anime of all time
I get that people talk about the anime and its pacing issues, but just watch and enjoy the show at your own pace and don't worry about trying to slam 1000 episodes as fast as you can. It took me almost 2 years to get caught up WCI was just starting when I did in the anime.
One piece is a story to digest and pay attention to details because this universe is so full of detail. Things get slightly foreshadowed, or supposed side characters get introduced only to be major impacts on the story up to 100s of chapters/episodes later.
To chapter numbers/to simple gags (even in filler episodes) this story is best served slow because Oda has filled this story with his absolute heart.
On top of that the filler in One piece is mostly good. Most early filler stories in OP are short and most are smoothly tied in with the plot. The G-8 arc is a perfect example. Most of them contain touchy stories that can make you cry/become emotional.
The island with the firework festival with Usopp and the little girl with the giant firework is the first time I actually teared up in OP. There are a couple of bad ones but that shouldn't be a reason to not enjoy the show. Take breaks if you need too. I did.
I beg of you pick up this series, I have gotten my entire family to watch it and even spend sundays at my parents place to watch Episodes and have dinner. If you are looking for something that has amazing heart filled story driven plots, a well built bright but chaotic world, and hundreds and hundreds of characters to adore then You must just do it get started on Netflix or Hulu, Funimation or Crunchyroll.
I also suggest looking up "the appeal of One piece" on YouTube he explains it a lot better then I ever could. Or you can just become a Nakama and start your journey.
Really hope that they'll make a really kick ass RPG The Witcher style where a young protagonist want to follow the steps of the legendary Straw Hat pirates.
This really makes me wanna watch One Piece.
I began the One Piece journey a little after Covid had put a halt to all the anime I watched. It was then I decided I would watch One Piece since it’s an anime that has over 900 episodes and it be plenty of content to hold me through the quarantine. I started this not knowing how good of a anime this would be and let me tell you after a little over a year and over 750+ episodes watched the only regret I have is that I didn’t start this sooner. I’ve always known about One Piece but like a majority of people I was always intimidated by the sheer size of the show. As someone who had this mentality if you are on the fence about reading/watching One Piece, I urge you to watch this anime. This has been the most fun I’ve ever had watching anime. There so many highs and lows, great moments that make you actually hoop out your seat, and moments that make your eyes turn to waterfalls. The world building is the best I’ve ever experienced and the characters are all amazing in their own way. One Piece might be the best anime watching experience I’ve ever had personally. Never did I think I would be in a situation that I’d have to worry about catching up to the weekly episodes but here I am a year later and over 750 episodes into this amazing adventure and I’m not regretting it one bit. See you all in Wano.
Okay, I'm going to watch One Piece
One of the best decisions you can make!
I was one of the few who got intimidated by the episode count of the anime. Add to that my previous furlough with a long anime(Naruto) wasn't as pleasurable as I expected and how hyped my friends got me for it, and I didn't know whether to give it a shot or not.
Finally one of my friends coaxed me into watching it, and after Arlong Park; I have never looked back.
Its taken me 2 months and I'm still at Dressrosa, but this show had made me roar with laughter and wail like a kid, something I hadn't done for a while.
I have no regrets. 10/10 would recommend to everyone.
One of the best, if not the best, animes at world building.
It's safe to say "the best"
It's been around for about 25 years.
***There's no shame in having less world building than a manga that's lasted for more than 2 decades.***
Fricking amazing video!
The prime reason I love the show/manga.
Such beautiful video.. makes me want to start watching again from the beginning
I need to read this series. The anime's been a fun ride for the most part, but the stretched-out pacing is wearing on me, I put it on hold for months at a time because I'd get tired of the slog some episodes took to tell their story. The current State of One Piece and remembering Dragon Ball are why I'm extra glad more modern shows like My Hero Academia, Demon Slayer and now Black Clover are being adapted in seasonal batches.
The anime doesn't do the manga justice. Even for a long-running anime, I find Black Clover adapts its manga much better than One Piece does.
Anyone else find themselves not enjoying other anime as much after one piece? Thanks Oda
Holy crap you should post this on Twitter man
Just got to wano recently. Such a great series. It's easily one of the greatest of all time.
A couple of months ago, I started reading the One Piece manga from chapter 1. I've been out of the loop in the anime since they left Roguetown, and before they hit the Grand Line. That was a couple decades ago. Since then, I wish I could have gone back to catch up again, but I always felt like it would take way too long.
But that was before I got a Shonen Jump subscription and could easily read different series online. I've blown through Demon Slayer and The Promised Neverland, while also catching up with My Hero Academia, One Punch Man, and a few new series like Spy X Family. So with those series under my belt in under a year, I though, why not try One Piece.
After 2 and a half months, I'm currently on chapter 670, and I love this series. Each saga feels like it could be it's own book in an award winning book series. I love the world building, I love the lore, and I love the characters most of all. I plan on watching the anime once I catch up, but probably only the latest season
honestly one piece is the best when you can read it in a bulk. Take your time and notice every details you will blown away how interconnected the world are.
For everyone that is hesitant to watch One Piece, let me tell you that I, too, was hesitant to start it 2 years ago. I gave it a try and told myself to just watch atleast 30 episodes before deciding whether to drop it or not. Honestly, it is easily one of the best decisions I've ever made. Here's a tip, if you ever want to start it and you're unsure whether the show is for you, go watch it until you reach 40-50 episodes. If you didn't like what you have watched, then it's not for you.
Some day when I find a Hyperbolic Time Chamber I'll watch it...
Or just... Watch it.
This comment section can attest why it's beyond worth it.
"don't have time" is the common excuse but it's a blatant lie, nobody is forcing people to watch 20 episodes a day, nobody expects people to be up to date in 3 months.
That's the magic of One Piece, there's enough, it's like a hobby you can enjoy for a LONG time. Sometimes you go casual, sometimes you binge.
I once binged 300 episodes in a week but mostly I've been taking it at s smooth pace. Started when i was about 18.
Caught up when i was about 20(i quit for a while when i was 19) back then it only had about 600something episodes.
Now many years later we're at almost a 1000.
I wouldn't want it to be any different.
The one who stands above all. Unequaled.
The Shonen Godking
The choice to have Time by Hans Zimmer play in the background makes this more than an insightful glimpse into the world of One Piece.
Great Montage, really goes to show why One Piece being so long ain’t a bad thing
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Imo One Piece has the best world building and long term story telling in all of manga and possibly all of fiction.
Of all fiction part I can only think of Lord of the Rings that is better because there’s an entire language created for it that elves speak in.
Can anyone name all the locations? I recognize pretty much all of them by episode/ plot but don’t know the names
I haven't watched the anime but I have read the entire manga and can give my best guess for most of them. Feel free to correct me if I'm wrong.
0:00 Unsure but it being underwater makes me think Near Jaya or Fishman Island
0:04 Not sure on the map
0:06 This lighthouse is most likely Twin Cape at Reverse Mountain
0:07 The sea train at Water 7
0:09 Morgans' delivery birds
0:15-0:19 not sure
0:20 Water seven again
0:21 The palace in Alabasta
0:23 Syrup Village (Usopp's hometown)
0:24-0:26 not sure
0:27 Syrup village again with the windmills
0:29 I believe is still in Loguetown
0:31 Enies Lobby (Buildings with flags)
0:32 Impel Down (underwater prison)
0:33 Impel Down from above
0:34 Impel Down
0:37 Not sure but looks like Wano
0:38 Thriller Bark
0:39 Kuraigana Island (Mihawk's Island)
0:40 Again want to say Wano but again not sure
0:41 The entry waterfall in wano
0:42 Punk Hazard
0:43 Drum Island
0:44 Wano, Flower Capitol
0:45 Unsure but looking it up there is a filler island called "Fireworks Island" so that's likely
0:46-0:49 not sure
0:51 Wano In the present day
0:53 Unsure on these two clips
0:54 Hachinosu (Where Blackbeard is currently)
0:55 unsure on these two clips
0:59 -1:02 not sure
1:03 Kyuka Island (Where Mr 3 took vacations)
1:04 Unsure on these two clips
1:06 Little Garden
1:07 Boin Archipelago
1:08-1:11 not sure
1:18 Not Sure
1:19-1:21 Fishman Island
1:23-1:24 Not sure but think it's Dressrosa
1:25-1:27 Not sure but looks like Wano
1:28 Tequila Wolf
1:29-1:30 Not sure
1:31 The Red Line at Sabody
1:32 Not Sure
1:34-1:35 Not sure on these two clips
1:36 Noah's Ark Fishman Island
1:37-1:39 Mary Geoise
1:41-1:51 Mary Geoise Elevator
Overall, lots of Sabody. There were a lot of locations I was unsure on but I think I got most of the main ones and I'm sure some of the locations are filler which I would not know. Hope this helped
Man if we had a really well made open world one piece game...the world wouldve been a much better place to live in
As someone who makes similar style videos, I deeply appreciate how long this must have taken you. Not to mention how many episodes you must have gone through for this.
P.S. if you want to get started with One Piece, especially if you are intimidated by the episode count, you should check out One Pace.
It's a fan edit that cuts out all the filler and makes it much more fun to watch.
I personally read the manga from the start and looked up the fights on YouTube.
I wanna go to the grand line and experience this in person.
I will probably dead if I go to grand line.
Is it possible for anyone to put this onto Wallpaper Engine? i want this vid as my wallpaper
Does anyone know the song? I've heard it in a few videos and really like it.
Time by Hans Zimmer (composed for the movie Inception)
cant wait to watch one piece in 15 years when it ends, they make a kai version, and it ends so i can finally watch
Actually it really does feel like it’s ending is near. I know we should never trust when Oda says the story is ending because he always adds more into it but I think a lot of people in the community agree it has around 5 years left. There are only a few arcs left. The thing is those arcs have the potential to take 10 years if Oda wanted them to.
There are few things that give you the same feeling as when you realize how far we have come in the One Piece world. We have gone to so many locations and experienced so many adventures and met so many interesting people in these places. It's wonderful.
Oda you amazing bastard
I love this show so much, I'm at little garden with the 2 giants. Haven't been bored since episode 1
The world building in one piece is amazing
Why use Time though? One Piece has plenty of great instrumentals
one of the best, if not the best at world building in an anime/manga - Oda has created one of the most intricate worlds around a simple premise of age of piracy
in many of these shots shown, most One Piece fans can actually point what it is and what happened in those places lorewise
the world is fucking amazing, and it is what propels the curiosity of the final island (Raftel) on what it is
OKBUT WHAT IF THAT VIDEO AND TO THE GRANDLINE SOUNDTRACK ANYONE????
There is a reason this series has been going for over 20 years
I don't know about you but One Piece never made me feel the way this montage did. The power of music selection is real, yo.
I can understand toei studios killed a lot of great moments I just read the manga midway
When people complain about the fights in One Piece they don't understand that the most interesting and intricate part about it is the world, the lore, the mysteries. Oda has truly managed to capture the imagination of the viewers better than most / any other Manga.
when people complain about the fights they complain about the fights
its not that deep
I stopped after punk hazard due to burnout, but man seeing all the old locations in this clip really took me back lmfao.
Punk hazard was the first arc where the terrible pacing started actually affecting my enjoyment of the show. Thankfully then I found one pace and I've been watching it the way since.
Okay but seriously, is this worth watching? I know it’s like the longest ever so I need to know it’s worth it before trying to start it lol
Arguably one of the best built worlds in media, and the most popular manga of all time. Once you get into it you can't stop!
this is goated video
Their planet must be huuuugggeeeeee! To have all of these islands and waters and all of those unique places :D
One piece has the most fantastical world. I haven't found an anime that has a world as creative or unique as One Piece.
I've been watching/reading One Piece for over 11 years, and there's still so much we don't know. That's one of the best parts, the perpetual mystery of the world, but I recently thought of something. Someday soon, new fans could be on like episode 50 and literally just look up anything they want, *and actually get an answer*.
I suppose that's the issue with withholding certain information for literally 1000 chapters, is that when it's finally said and done, the information could be so easily gained in a matter of seconds.
Although that could lead to some funny results. Imagine [already knowing that](/s "Jinbe joins the crew"), [and hearing](/s "his name drop") in like chapter 69, but [not knowing that](/s "he gets his title card") in like chapter 976. You'd be like, oh cool, must happen soon then lol.
For those worried about pacing and the massive episode list, give onepace.net a try (think DBZ Kai). They have edited the anime to match the manga and cut out all the filler and edited it together to shorten the time. The only negatives are you need to be comfortable on the high seas and the Reddit fan base seems to think it’s awful. The editing gets pretty good though and the guys doing it are putting in a ton of work for free. Basically if you’re short on time but want to give it a shot this is the way.
The filler in one piece isn’t bad (looking at you Naruto) and it’s really good show once you’re into it. The pace can be slow if you’re watching it weekly but I’m not watching one episode at a time so 🤷🏻. I have the onepace batch on my PC but I’m lazy and haven’t minded the filler so I’m just watching it and not worrying about it.
It’s just entertainment at the end of the day and nobody’s timing you to get to the end. If you’re interested give it a shot, it doesn’t need to take over your life and replace other shows you can always take a break! I would encourage everyone to try it and not worry about how much there is, you’ll either want to keep watching and catch up eventually or you can move on and stop worrying about it!
One of the greatest stories ever told even before it’s over. Hands down. Goda indeed.
one piece is crazy good. If you love shounen, hell if you love anime and manga One Piece is a must watch. It’s totally worth the length. I’m currently rewatching and I still get emotional at moments I know all to well.
YouTube link: https://youtu.be/-Y1b9tcvbp4
Ooh ty! And ty for making this!
ONE PIECE IS THE GREATEST ANIME/MANGA!
loved it man, there's just no competition to the amount of world-building one piece has.
> The first 44 episodes (probably the slowest part of the show and biggest barrier to entry) can be summed up as a ~2 hour movie (Episode of East Blue). Down to 824.
Please don't do this. Just read the manga at that point. You're getting a sparknotes version of the beginning that cuts out large chunks and removes most of the emotional impact.
Regardless of how you feel about PT quality, the world building has always been the most consistent thing about one piece.
Oda is king when it comes to worldbuilding; few manga/anime series match his creativity.
Thank you for this, absolutely beautiful
btw was the Zou elephant itself here, saw Zou but didn't quite catch the elephant which imo is gorgeous scenery,
one piece is a whole ass mario level
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