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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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DragonTrainer

DragonTrainer



26th Apr 2016, 12:56 AM

I wanted to add more text to better portray that this was a table-top RPG, but... >_>

You can find my Patreon page at the following link: www.patreon.com/dragontrainer (any amount would be greatly appreciated, thanks! ^_^)

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Zangevi




27th Apr 2016, 12:37 AM

This is spot on. I can't wait to see how you handle the rest of this arc

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filkinraous




27th Apr 2016, 1:18 AM

Don't change a thing. There is something to be said for brevity. I honestly got chills reading this page. That last line of GM works perfectly to show the tension even around the game table at this moment.

This is the moment when it is really questioned what Luffy's motives are, and what injustices he will not allow. This is the act that truly defines the strength of these characters. Yes, it can be boiled down to Devil Fruits and Haki and Awakening and what have you, but it is this conviction alone that separates the Straw Hats from their enemies. It is this that makes their enemies question where such power arises. The willingness to sacrifice your own personal quest for injustice against another--that is the source of true strength, seen clearly here. Well done.

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Frustrated




27th Apr 2016, 1:29 AM
"Aaarrgghh!"

Damn youuu. I've had 'The Very Very Very Strongest' running through my head for weeks, once I realised this part was coming up.

It finally stopped last week, and I was happy... Until I remembered that Arlong gets a new shark-hole torn open. Make it stoooooop!

...That being said, well done. Spot on. Sometimes 'Less is More'. Don't be afraid to frame tone with images and brevity.

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Guest




27th Apr 2016, 2:43 AM

I always considered this the best part of one piece. OP has had a lot of feels moments.. but Arlong park.. especially this scene. Just wow. Nothing quite got me as well as this did.

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Deskup




27th Apr 2016, 3:35 AM

What about Robin/CP9 arc? That was at least on par with this scene. Especially the flag scene and Robin breaking down.

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Aryashi




27th Apr 2016, 3:53 AM

The Robin/CP9 arc is spectacular in a lot of ways... but lets not beat around the bush here, it's basically Nami's betrayal with more conspiracy and world-building, the emotional through line is beat for beat identical. X is forcefully reminded of her past, flees the Strawhats with the enemy, brokers a deal, is betrayed, tries to refuse help but ultimately asks for it, doesn't do anything combative for the rest of the arc.

That isn't to say the arc is bad. I can't get mad at an arc with THAT MUCH CRAZY AWESOME in it, or that much sheer heart annihilating tragedy. Robin's backstory is hands down the best set of story in that whole section. Still cry erry tim.

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GoomBard




27th Apr 2016, 7:58 AM
"'Nothing combative'"

I mean, if you count snapping a guy's neck and back simultaneously 'non-combative', then sure...
But I do get your point. Still, CP9 may have copied the arlong arc, but it was an incredible arc anyway so seeing it again with more epicness isn't really a problem in my book.

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Guest




10th Nov 2017, 9:03 PM

Yes it was a bit of a scaled up version of this one, but the scene with the whole creww standing on the tower was kind of like "this scene, but with even better presentation."

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Anvildude




27th Apr 2016, 1:02 PM

For me it was always Usopp and the Going Merry- that was the arc that was the most heart-wrenching, the most inspiring in some ways.

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Guest




21st Apr 2017, 2:44 AM

I got sniffles.

Best sniffles ever.

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Poker




10th Nov 2017, 9:11 PM

Merry.


Now anytime a new straw-hat with a particularly horrible past get to let it behind him it's great. that go for this scene and the one with Robin at enies lobby.
Luffy casually re-asking brook to join his crew during the party after the triller bark fight. https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/onepiece/images/b/bf/Luffy_Asks_Brook_to_Join_Again.PNG/revision/latest?cb=20130507035431
it's simple, but when you realise the guy just spent 50 years on a ship surounded by the corpses of is dead comrades, there is something really heartwarming about seeing him just chill and play some piano.

A other that did'nt particularly strike me at first reading on scan, but got me when i reread the whole arc in one blow in the manga volume was when Luffy asked Jinbei to join, after the blood transfusion. it as a great solemn feel to it.

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Deskup




27th Apr 2016, 3:34 AM

I was worried about this scene, but you handled it perfectly. Can't wait for what happens in the next strip.

I now also wonder what happens at the end of the fight with Arlong. Guess GM will lose some of his furniture, huh.

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zomg




27th Apr 2016, 9:02 AM

Good work man, good work.

I like that you with this scene at least haven't subverted to much what happened in the show. If this was Darths and Droids they'd have tried to twist things around somehow. Which is fine, but when it's done every time it gets kind of predictable. It's more fun when you don't know quite if it'll be like in the show or not.

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Raxon

Raxon




28th Apr 2016, 11:06 PM

In my honest opinion, the most memorable moment pre Grand Line.

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Poker




10th Nov 2017, 9:13 PM

feel weird to just read Raxon making a sincère observation like this, whithout saying anything weird.

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Reeder




28th Aug 2017, 7:25 PM

Luke is excellent !

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Poker




10th Nov 2017, 9:12 PM

That's the acting face ! he pulled out his acting face again .

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