Marchen Time is the 10th omake. This omake was made in response to the question, "What if Luffy and the others took a trip to a fairy tale world?" originally published in The 10th Log: "Bell" in June 10, 2008.
Lubuu, Chobuu, and Brubuu are introduced as three pig brothers who built houses out of straw, sticks, and bricks. Fragaruru, the big bad wolf, decides to blow their houses down with a 'Wolf de Vent'. The three pigs respond with violence, forcing Fragaruru to rebuild everything he knocked down.
Meanwhile, Zoro White, a misfortunate princess, runs away from her castle because her stepmother is jealous of her beauty and treats her badly. Zoro White comforts herself by saying that she's sure prince charming will one day to sweep her off her feet. Usochi, the honest fairy godmother, gives Zoro White a stunning dress before commenting that Zoro White looks 'seriously creepy'.
While riding her carriage into town, Zoro White meets the three pigs who invite her into their new home. However, little does Zoro White know that her stepmother, Nami Queen has decided to kill her with poisoned apples. The three pigs offer Zoro White apples that they had bought from an old lady, and the poison takes effect and puts Zoro White in a comatose state, only to be awakened by true love's kiss.
Prince Robipri is introduced, standing next to a lake where his axe had fallen into. Sanchuu, the lake goddess, retrieves it for him before asking if what Robipri truly wants who she really is. Robipri ignores Sanchuu and sets off on his horse. Seeing the sad looks of the three pigs and wanting to help them, Robipri asks to see Zoro White.
After a glance, Prince Robipri decides Zoro White is unloveable, leaving Brobuu to bury her. And they all lived 'happily ever after.'
- Lubuu, Chobuu and Broobuu are based on the Three Little Pigs, Fragaruru is based on the Big bad wolf, Zoro White and Nami Queen are based on Snow White and her evil stepmother respectively from the story of the same name, Granny Usocchi is based on the Fairy godmother from Cinderella, and Sanchuu is based on the lake goddess from one of Aesop's fables, "The Honest Woodcutter".