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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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DeadpanSal




25th May 2018, 2:20 AM

In the 4Kids print of this comic, they thought Starkiller was too dark so they changed it to Skywalker. Also Buggy is holding a spork in panel 5.

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BakaGrappler




25th May 2018, 5:08 AM

And Sanji's lollipop is adorning Marceline's left hand.

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Anvildude




25th May 2018, 10:20 PM

Personally, I liked that particular change.

First off- Sanji is a NUT about food. Like, to the point of not fighting with his hands, to keep them clean for cooking. Someone like that wouldn't dangle an ashy stick of flavour-killing carcinogens over his life's work, or hold a habit that's quite so pungent as to wreath him in a cloud of bad smells that, once again, can GET IN THE FOOD.

Second- flavour-killing carcinogens. Sanji is a NUT ABOUT FOOD. A lollipop is food, ergo it makes sense that that would be his go-to oral-fixation-relief (and not too surprising he's got an oral fixation due to the starvation)- it does NOT make sense that he'd start or continue a habit that dulls the habiteer's sense of smell and taste.

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cedric13sai




27th May 2018, 11:16 AM

Although I like Oda's response that "Sanji doesn't give a fuck" regarding his smoking habit interfering with his taste buds because he's that bad-ass of a chef, I agree with Anvildude that there's something to be said about the lollipop idea. My personal headcannon regarding the lollipop is that they are special made vinegar-pickled ginger pops, a common palette cleanser in Japan. They often look red so that matches the coloring in the anime. Just a thought.

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animalia

animalia




28th May 2018, 2:22 PM

You DO know Sanji picked up both of these habits from Zeff, right?

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Harbinger of Crazy




25th May 2018, 5:10 AM

Oh, come on...
As if murderizing someone with a sprok isn't way more badass than doing it with a butterknife.
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That sound wromg somehow.
Speaking of panle 5, it should be either "highly likely" or just "likely".

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DragonTrainer

DragonTrainer




25th May 2018, 11:47 PM

Thanks for letting me know about that typo. ^_^

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Anon




25th May 2018, 6:24 PM
"Starkiller?"

Can someone please explain what starkiller69 is? I haven’t actually seen the show.

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Veritas




25th May 2018, 8:34 PM

I dont think it was in the show but I think itd be used to explain usoopp's and nami's boosted state post time skip

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Anon




26th May 2018, 4:34 AM

Sorry, still same Anon, just had trouble connecting the starkiller on this page with the one mentioned on the previous one, and then I took Sal seriously and got even more confused :)

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Veritas




26th May 2018, 4:29 PM

Ahh that was the mistake.

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Samantha




6th Oct 2021, 8:57 AM
"Privateer"

To anyone confused why this is a big deal, this is an open-source 3.5e explanation of what a privateer is. I never knew about this before, but apparently there are legal pirates.

"Welcome to the ranks of the noble and patriotic Privateer, also known as the legal Pirate. You work for your nations well being during times of war by raiding, pillaging and plundering any enemy trade ships you can find whilst taking a small profit for yourself and crewmen. Whilst your pirate contemporaries may be hung and reviled by your countrymen you are welcome to set sail without worry of the ships under your kings flag, fearing only the harsh seas, the not-yet-hung pirates, sirens and maybe a leviathan or two, not to mention battle ships of other nations. "

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