When reading the One Piece manga, there are many different arcs. However, there are some arcs that are more enjoyable than others. Let’s look at the warship island, Ruluka island, drum island, and Foxy’s return arcs. These are all important plot points, but skipping them can ruin the experience.
The Warship Island arc is the first of the filler arcs in the series. It follows the Straw Hat crew as they help the little girl Apis bring her old dragon friend to the Lost Island where he will regain his youth. The Straw Hats also encounter Marines looking for the bones of the ancient dragon Ryuuji. The Marines think that the bones contain “Dragonite”, a substance that restores youth.
The Warship Island Arc is a filler episode in the series, but it proves to be better than most. The Straw Hats meet a young girl named Apis, who can communicate with dragons. She is determined to get her friend back home. The plot is solid and includes some important canon material.
After the series’ first film, this filler arc ties into the film One Piece: Stampede. Luffy is on a mission to get colas for his ship, but ends up running into a group of bounty hunters. As they fight them, they are forced to use their swords.
The arc features a variety of characters who are introduced in the manga. The first one is Apis, a girl held captive by the Marines. Another character is Nico Robin, a future member of the Straw Hat. He has just received a bounty for sinking six Marine vessels. The battle ends with the Marines being defeated, but the island is not yet safe.
While Luffy and his team are trying to save Surume, the other characters are attempting to stop him. They are aided by the Straw Hats. As they fight to save Surume, the Straw Hats are also trying to protect their leader. But their efforts are being blocked by Ikaros, Dosun, and Luffy. However, the giant ship Noah looms ahead of them and is on a collision course with the Fishman Islands.
Ruluka Island is a fictional island in the One Piece anime. The island is ruled by an old pirate named Wetton, who overtaxes its people to finance the construction of the Rainbow Tower. This arc follows Luffy and his friends as they try to escape the island and save the lives of the people living there.
This arc is much better read in a single sitting as it takes a while to get to the good parts. In the beginning, there is a very confusing fog that causes the Straw Hats to be trapped in a time loop. It takes an episode to get to those parts.
Despite its lack of depth, the arc has plenty of moments to keep the viewer interested. It has the same feel as the first arcs of the One Piece series. The characters are strong and have a sense of morality. The arc is also filled with cool moments where characters demonstrate their strength, adding a sense of progression to the series.
The Arc also focuses on the battle between the Straw Hats and the Foxy Pirates. Throughout the arc, the team faces many challenges, including a mysterious floating island. They are also confronted by a group of pirates known as the Silver Pirate Alliance. The Straw Hat Pirates eventually save Monkey D. Luffy and Aokiji’s lives in this arc.
The Straw Hat Pirates are trying to land on Fish-man Island, but their attempt to land on the island is hindered by an old rival, and the team gets trapped in saving him. They become involved in different conflicts over again as they attempt to save their old rival.
Drum Island is a fictional island in the One Piece series. In the series, the island has suffered from several tragedies in recent years. It is currently undergoing the process of establishing a new government. It is home to the two giants, Dorry and Brogy. During their quest to free Nami, the Straw Hats must face a host of dangers. The first of these dangers is the return of a banished King Wapol.
While Drum Island isn’t the best-known arc in the series, it is still an excellent addition to the series. It introduces several new characters and introduces the central antagonist. It also provides background for the island’s inhabitants and a sentient elephant. In this episode, the main cast of characters gets plenty of room to interact and bounce off one another. Towards the end of the arc, each member of the crew gets a turn in the spotlight.
In the third season, the Straw Hats must find a doctor for Nami, which means sailing to Drum Island. Along the way, they will encounter the Wapol Pirates and meet Chopper. The episode also features a heartbreaking moment. There is no shortage of action in the third season of the anime.
While this arc is dense, it also introduces new characters, such as Smoker and Tashigi. Although this arc falls below the previous two, it shows how important the world of Oda is. Despite its flaws, it is a worthwhile watch. It will provide the viewer with the enjoyment of watching One Piece episodes in a new light.
Another great thing about the One Piece series is that the characters are constantly put in perilous situations. The characters always outclass the villains. Even when dealing with Drum Island, the threat is never real and Luffy is always able to outclass them.
Foxy’s Return Arc
The Foxy’s Return Arc follows the return of the Afro Luffy character. The return of Foxy’s crew has caused many of the characters to lose their loyalty. The new captain points out that they will have to beat Foxy up to prove their loyalty. As a result, Foxy challenges the new captain to a Davy Back Fight, calling the first match Captain vs. Captain.
Although Foxy’s Return Arc is a time-filler, it doesn’t teach viewers much. However, One Piece’s world is large enough to sustain the series without the main characters. This means that there are plenty of filler arcs in the series that show how the world operates without the main characters.
In the first game of the Foxy’s Return Arc, Luffy faces the Fang-Frog captain and attempts to take him down. He ends up defeating him, but the captain takes Porche hostage and the crew goes to find the shipwright. Meanwhile, a mysterious figure steals the memories of the Straw Hat crew. Luffy and the rest of the Straw Hats try to stay together, but Nami and Zoro leave the group after being attacked by the Fang-Frogs.
This storyline is probably the weakest of the canon arcs. The plot is predictable and uninteresting. While the plot is weak, the animation is excellent. A good thing about the arc is that it introduces a new character. As such, it’s worth watching.
While Foxy doesn’t have as much of a role in the anime as in the manga, he does get some important plot points in this arc. The Straw Hats’ rematch with the Straw Hats also sets the stage for an important battle with Aokiji. The arc is sometimes known as the Apis Arc.
Caesar Retrieval Arc
The main antagonist of Caesar Retrieval Arc is the nefarious pirate, Breed. He was betrayed by his previous crew and believes that friendship has no meaning. As a result, he has enslaved Kung-Fu Dugong and his crew of animals. With his infamous “Peto Peto no Mi” power, Breed has made animals into obedient “pets”.
The storyline of the game is adapted from the manga “Punk Hazard” by Eiichiro Oda. The story begins when the Straw Hats find a distress signal from the pirate ship Punk Hazard and discover an ex-Navy scientist, Caesar Clown, experimenting on children. Luffy and the prisoners join forces to stop the henchmen and save the children. The storyline then shifts to the Heart-Hat alliance’s efforts to save Caesar.
This action-packed episode takes place over the course of one night. The main characters of the game include Luffy, Caesar Clown, and Chopper. The climax of the game takes place on the Breed’s ship, which is enormous. It also includes an aquarium and a huge indoor space.