|Japanese Name:||魔の三角地帯 [フロリアン･トライアングル]|
|Romanized Name:||Ma no Sankaku Chitai [Furorian Toraianguru]|
|English Name:||Florian Triangle|
|Literal Meaning:||Zone of Demonic Triangle|
The Florian Triangle (魔の三角地帯 [フロリアン･トライアングル], Ma no Sankaku Chitai [Furorian Toraianguru], literally translated as Zone of Demonic Triangle) is a stretch of sea that one has to cross over when heading from Water 7 to Fishman Island. It is covered in a fog so thick that it blocks out all sunlight.
According to Kokoro, many pirate and commercial ships mysteriously go missing every year and sometimes a ship will be found sailing without any people aboard. It has also been said that there are many haunted ships with dead bodies sailing across the sea (though it is revealed that all this is attributed to Brook).
Though some of the disappearances that have happened in the Triangle can be attributed to Moriah's scheme, ships have been disappearing mysteriously in it for a long time before he came on his ship, Thriller Bark, ten years before the series. This mystery is confirmed by an unknown ominous entity larger than Thriller Bark that was barely seen by Captain Lola through the fog. It is so large that it completely dwarfs Thriller Bark, the world's largest pirate ship, in sheer size, possibly making it the world's biggest creature to appear in the series thus far.
- The Florian Triangle is based on a legend about the Bermuda Triangle with its purported mysterious disappearances of ships and aircraft.
- ↑ One Piece Manga and Anime - Vol. 50 Chapter 490 and Episode 381, it is explained that ships had been disappearing into the Florian Triangle long before Thriller Bark.
- ↑ One Piece Manga and Anime - Vol. 50 Chapter 490 and Episode 381, captain Lola almost sees an entity larger than Thriller Bark through the fog.
External Links Edit
- Bermuda Triangle - Wikipedia article about the area of sea that the Florian Triangle is based on.