This is a voluntary opt-in advertisement. Any profit generated goes to Comic Fury for hosting.
Page 999 in Cocoyashi Village
first Latest
Page 999


first Previous Next Latest
Average Rating: 5
Number of people who have voted: 2


By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
Author Notes:

DragonTrainer

DragonTrainer



8th May 2017, 12:00 AM

If you have a guest comic you would like to submit, please send it to:
DragonTrainer201@gmail.com

For More Details Click Here

edit delete

Comments:

So close to 1000 pages




8th May 2017, 12:52 AM

For those who are confused
Pirate: bad guy who murders and robs civvies.
Privateer: good guy who murders and robs civvies.

edit delete reply

Professer Pirate




8th May 2017, 12:56 AM

clarification:
Privateers are.. kinda like mercenaries of sorts hired by one nation to raid and sink ships of an enemy Nation.

edit delete reply

Therazan

Therazan




8th May 2017, 2:30 AM

Basically, a privateer is virtually the same as a pirate, except it has the backing of a nation: they aren't pursued as criminals, as long as they agree not to prey on their countrymen. It's a fine line, considering some historical (and notorious) pirate captain have switched between piracy and privateering, sometimes more than once.

Even better, a privateer is mostly considered so only by the nation that employs them. To the foreign autorities, it mattered little if their ships were boarded and raided by outlaws, or by outlaws with an arrangement with their own kingdom.

edit delete reply

Hawke2544




8th May 2017, 1:22 AM

Anyone got any stories where you were granted a favor/boon and used it for something really bizarre?

edit delete reply

TB Tabby




8th May 2017, 1:27 AM
"A change-up from the actual story, but it somehow fits"

For those ignorant of the actual plot, Luffy was originally given his bounty by Nezumi in an act of petty vengeance.

edit delete reply

BakaGrappler




8th May 2017, 2:35 AM

God damn it. Why can I picture the original Luffy saying the exact same thing...? This comic was too good that I can't help but face palm my head into orbit.

edit delete reply

Arillius




8th May 2017, 3:01 AM

You can picture that because when Luffy found out he had a bounty he was really happy about it.

edit delete reply

TB Tabby




8th May 2017, 10:04 PM
"Most pirates are"

In the world of One Piece, pirates consider a high bounty a mark of honor, because the bigger the bounty, the tougher the pirate. This comes up humorously and awesomely later when Luffy fights Bellamy, and when Chopper gets his bounty.

edit delete reply

Guest




9th May 2017, 2:33 AM

You know, part of me wants to say you've got humorous and awesome backwards, but then I remember that in a real fight, Bellamy went down faster than Buggy, and the entire logic behind Chopper's bounty is "These pirates are so dangerous that we will pay cash just to rid ourselves of their pet."

edit delete reply

NXTangl




17th May 2017, 10:07 PM

Yeah, but if I have my scaling right, his bounty is roughly 50 cents.

edit delete reply

UsedMurderWeaponSalesman




8th May 2017, 11:45 AM
"Opportunity"

When I saw the offer of them being privateers, I was actually kind of hoping they'd take it. I could actually see the plot going much the same way with Luffy being an agent of Garp and/or Sengoku that they send around tearing down the worst aspects of the World Government, since the 'tearing down' part is basically what they end up doing anyway.
Heck, maybe they could still do it, with the bounty being part of a cover story.

edit delete reply

TB Tabby




9th May 2017, 2:07 AM

But if they become privateers, Smoker won't have any reason to chase after them.

edit delete reply

So close to 1000 pages




9th May 2017, 3:24 AM

Meh, they could theoretically make it work.
*Smoker is actually a pirate pretending to be a government agent, or he is a real government agent who really hates Luffy because he hates privateers, or Luffy gets framed, or Smoker works for a different World Government, or he is just pretending to fight Luffy

Half the fun of these D&D style do-overs is seeing just how much you can muck things up.

edit delete reply

Airanuva




9th May 2017, 11:39 AM

Well, Smoker does hate the 7 warlords of the sea, so it would be plausible for him to hate privateers as well.

edit delete reply

Poker




25th Nov 2017, 9:03 PM

Well, i can see the straw-hat being less directly adverse of the World government and the marine in this setting (at least before Impel Down), but on the other hand, i think it would have been out of character for Luke (as a player) to decide to play a privateer.

edit delete reply

Reeder




5th Sep 2017, 5:09 PM
"there's this flaw"

Cory is like "yeah, undying loyalty flaw" , he is forced to let luke choose.

edit delete reply

Leave a Comment