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Chapter Pages Edit

The heading of the page will contain the chapter number.

Chapter BoxEdit

This section will contain information related to the chapter, such as its release year and chapter name.

Further information: Template:Chapter Box


Cover Page

Description of the coverpage, including the chapter's title, the cover's caption, and a summary of the events depicted.

Short SummaryEdit

Brief synopsis of the chapter. Stick to key points.

Long SummaryEdit

Long description of what happens in the chapter.

Quick ReferenceEdit

Chapter Notes Brief bullets with key points or noteworthy events. This only includes the cover page if it has wider impact on the plot of the series.

CharactersEdit

A list of characters who appear in the chapter in a table.

Anime EpisodeEdit

The corresponding episode(s) to the chapter where applicable.

Site NavigationEdit

The correct Chapter Arc navigation.

At the bottom of every page, please supply relevant Categories, such as:

  • Chapters

Volume Pages Edit

The heading of the page will contain the volume number and title.

Volume BoxEdit

This section will contain information related to the volume, such as its release year and volume name. Please reference. Include alternate inside cover when applicable.

Further information: Template:Volume Box


Cover and Volume IllustrationEdit

Description of the colored cover.

Description of the front cover.

Description of the cover spine. 

Volume illustration image and description (located on page 3).

Author's Notes Edit

Provide a translation of the notes by Eiichiro Oda, located on the cover flap of each volume.

Further information: Author's Notes


ChaptersEdit

A list of the chapters included in the volume, along with a very brief summary of each.

SBS NotesEdit

Link to main article.

Number of SBS Headers drawn by fans featured for the volume if applicable. Brief bullets with key points of the Volume's SBS

Usopp Gallery PiratesEdit

  • Page numbers
  • Number of featured works
  • Grand Prize winner

for the volume's Usopp Gallery Pirates segment. Images optional.

Further information: Usopp Gallery Pirates


Volume ExtrasEdit

[WHEN APPLICABLE]

Anything else included in the volume that does not fall under the category of SBS or UGP can go here when applicable. If they are titled segments, the section can be titled that instead of "Volume Extras".

Volume ChangesEdit

[WHEN APPLICABLE]

A detailed list of changes made to volume version from the original magazine chapters.

TriviaEdit

[WHEN APPLICABLE]

Trivia for the volume, such as easter egg locations and other miscellaneous information.

External Links Edit

[WHEN APPLICABLE]

Sites of relevance to this page.

ReferencesEdit

Contains the Code <references/>. Any information reference in the article appears here.

Site NavigationEdit

Template:Volumes Navibox

Template:SBS Volumes Navibox

Arc Navitable

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Episode Pages Edit


The heading of the page will contain the episode number

Short SummaryEdit

A brief description of what happened in the episode. The same description can be written in the Episode Guide and the Template:Happenings page.

Long SummaryEdit

A detailed description of what happened in the episode.

Characters in Order of AppearanceEdit

A list of characters who appear in the episode.
Do not list any Joke Characters here, unless they are mentioned in the episode.

Anime NotesEdit

Trivia, and anime and manga differences. Trivia is extra information about the episode. Anime and manga differences are main points of difference between the chapter being depicted in the anime.

Site NavigationEdit

At the bottom of every page, please supply relevant Categories, such as:

  • Episodes
  • Season

Character Pages Edit

 Character Pages should be started with a brief encyclopedic description of a character. This should be short and give an overview of the character.

AppearanceEdit

This describes in detail the overall appearance of the character. The description should contain notes on important details such as tattoos and personal item of importance. The description should contain enough detail to give a reader an idea on what the character looks like without a visual aid, such a picture to help them.

PersonalityEdit

How the character acts.

RelationshipsEdit

How the character acts towards other characters.

Abilities and PowersEdit

Full details on what the character can do, both inside and outside of battles.

WeaponsEdit

Give details on any weapons used and how they are used.

HistoryEdit

Past Story What the character did before the Storyline began.

Present StoryEdit

Things that have happened since introduced to the Storyline.

Current Events (Spoilers)Edit

Things that have happened in recent chapters.

Major BattlesEdit

 If possible, supply any details of any major battles the Character took part in and against who.

Translation and Dub IssuesEdit

Explains things about a character that are lost in translation or are changed in the English versions (the Viz Manga, 4Kids dub, and FUNimation dub).

TriviaEdit

Miscellaneous information that cannot be fitted into the article.

ReferencesEdit

Contains the Code <references/>. Any information reference in the article appears here.

External Links Edit

Sites of relevance to this page.

Site NavigationEdit

Naviboxes

At the bottom of every Character page, please supply Categories that the page falls into:

Devil Fruit Pages Edit

Give basic information about the fruit here: the fruits name, in both Japanese and English if an official version is given, what powers the fruit gives the user, and who ate it.

Strengths and WeaknessesEdit

Explain the unique strengths given by the fruit's powers as demonstrated by the user, as well as the unique weaknesses that solely belong to this fruit that are outside the standard Devil Fruit weaknesses, provided sources can be shown for them.

It is advisable to split the contents of this section into two subsections called Strengths and Weaknesses.

All of the devil fruit users have one common weakness, seawater, or any kinds of water that is. as long as it is stil water, like the ocean they lose their powers. Use the phrase "The user is also vulnerable against the standard Devil Fruit weaknesses." to end the weakness' section.

UsageEdit

Give detail on how the fruit's powers were used in the story, whether for combat purposes or other. Named techniques involving the fruit's power should be listed, in the format:

English name(kanji, Japanese name, literal meaning): description of move, first use.

ReferencesEdit

Contains the Code: <references/>. Any information references in the article appear here.

  1. Supply how the name of the fruit is written in Japanese text here.
  2. Supply what the fruit is called in any official English version if the name exists.
  3. Supply the meaning of the fruit's name.
  4. Supply when the fruit's powers made their first appearance.
  5. Supply what type is the fruit.
  6. Supply the name of the person who ate the fruit.
 At the bottom of every Devil Fruit page, please supply the Category: Devil Fruit and any other Categories of which this page falls into such as :
  • The fruit's type
  • Canon or non-canon

Crew Pages Edit


 At the start of every Crew page, supply a brief description of the crew.

About Edit

The details of who the crew are. Include overall crew views and goals.

CrewmembersEdit

List crew members in detail, either by rank or by relevant positions.

Former Crewmembers/Travelling Companions/Allies Edit

If there are any former crew members, travelling companions or allies, they should be listed here in full detail, including how long they were in the crew, and when and why they left.

Crew StrengthEdit

An overview of the strength of the crew, noting any important battles they may have been in and the results.

BountiesEdit

What bounties are held by the crew, if any. Include who carries what bounty and if known, why.

HistoryEdit

The known history of this Crew, supplying any noteworthy details on its storyline history.

See alsoEdit

A quicklist of articles related to this one, such as important characters and groups.

ReferencesEdit

Contains the Code <references/>. Any information reference in the article appears here.

External Links Edit

Sites of relative material to this page.

Site NavigationEdit

Add {{Pirate Crews Navibox}} in this section. 

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Pirate Crews
Four Blues
East Blue: Straw Hat Pirates  •  Buggy Pirates  •  Black Cat Pirates  •  Krieg Pirates  •  Yes Pirates  •  Tulip Pirates  •  Spade Pirates  •  Bluejam Pirates  •  Barto Club
West Blue: Fire Tank Pirates  •  Happo Navy
North Blue: Bellamy Pirates  •  Hawkins Pirates  •  Drake Pirates  •  Heart Pirates
South Blue: Bonney Pirates  •  Kid Pirates  •  Gyro Pirates
Grand Line
Paradise: Giant Warrior Pirates  •  Saruyama Alliance  •  Foxy Pirates  •  Macro Pirates  •  Fallen Monk Pirates  •  On Air Pirates  •  Caribou Pirates
New World: Whitebeard Pirates  •  Rolling Pirates  •  Maelstrom Spider Pirates  •  Sun Pirates  •  Beautiful Pirates  •  A.O Pirates
Shichibukai: Kuja Pirates  •  Buggy and Alvida Alliance
Yonko: Red Hair Pirates  •  Big Mom Pirates  •  Blackbeard Pirates  •  Beasts Pirates
Former
Disbanded: Alvida Pirates  •  Usopp Pirates  •  Cook Pirates  •  Arlong Pirates  •  Bliking Pirates  •  Roger Pirates  •  Candy Pirates  •  Golden Lion Pirates  •  Brownbeard Pirates  •  Impostor Straw Hat Pirates  •  New Fishman Pirates  •  Flying Pirates  •  Donquixote Pirates  •  Nox Pirates
Deceased: Rumbar Pirates  •  Barrels Pirates
Others
Origin Unknown: Roshio Pirates  •  Hokahoka Pirates  •  Eraser Pirates  •  Fanged Toad Pirates  •  Big Helmet Pirates  •  Acumate Pirates  •  Space Pirates  •  Niho Navy
Non-Canon: Galley Pirates  •  Ganzack Pirates  •  Banzai Pirates  •  Trump Siblings  •  Barbar Pirates  •  Zenny Pirates  •  Wetton Pirates  •  Pumpkin Pirates  •  Gasparde Pirates  •  Bayan Pirates  •  Tearoom Pirates  •  Mustache Pirates  •  Red Arrows Pirates  •  Phoenix Pirates  •  Amigo Pirates  •  Schneider Pirates  •  Naguri Pirates  •  Simon Pirates  •  Sea Animal Pirates  •  Breed Pirates  •  World Pirates  •  Silver Pirate Alliance  •  Sweet Pirates  •  Treasure Pirates

At the bottom of every page, please supply relevant Categories, such as:

  • Pirates

Groups and Organizations PagesEdit


At the start of a group or organization page, supply a brief description of the group is.

About Edit

The details of who the group are. Include overall organization views, aims and goals.

StatisticsEdit

The statistics act as a very brief list of various important and reliant information to this page. Used mainly as a fast information access source. Avoid going into deep details where possible, as these should go elsewhere in the article.

  • Japanese NameThe group's name in Japanese text, if known.
  • Romanized NameThis is a literal translation of the text.
  • English NameThe official English version of the Japanese name. Also provide dub versions' names.
  • First AppearanceThe first appearance of this organization, with both manga and anime references
  • Last AppearanceThe last appearance of this organization, with both manga and anime references
  • ShipsThe ship(s) used by the organization.
  • Combined Bounty: If known, the combined bounty of all the members of the organization.

MembersEdit

List organization members and rank.

Allies Edit

If the group is allied with another (such and the Marines and the Shichibukai), or are in the employment of someone else (such as CP9 being employed by the World Government), list here.

StrengthEdit

A rough idea on the strength of the organization, noting any important battles they may have been in and the results, as well as vital fighters and members.

BountiesEdit

What bounties are held by the organization, if any. Include who carries what bounty and if know, why.

HistoryEdit

The known history of this organization, supplying any note worthy details on its storyline history.

See alsoEdit

A quick list of articles related to this one, such as important characters and groups.

ReferencesEdit

Contains the Code . Any information reference in the article appears here.

External LinksEdit

Sites related to this page.


At the bottom of every page, please supply relevant Categories, such as:

  • World Government

Family PagesEdit

The heading of the page will contain the family name and a brief overview of their position.

OverviewEdit

An overview of the various facts and abilities of each family

MembersEdit

An overview of the family's members

HistoryEdit

Chapter Notes Records everything done by members of the family.

At the bottom of every page, please supply relevant Categories, such as:

  • Families

Ship PagesEdit

At the very start of ship page, supply a brief description of the ship the page is about.

InformationEdit

This section will contain mostly information related to the ship.

Further information: Template:Ship Box


Ship Design and AppearanceEdit

Important features and overall appearance. Also include, where possible details such as the type of ship. Should be detailed enough to give a reader an idea of what the Ship looks like without the aid of a visual reference such as a picture.

HistoryEdit

The known history of this ship, supplying any note worthy details on its storyline history.

See alsoEdit

A quicklist of articles related to this one, such as important characters and groups.

ReferencesEdit

Contains the Code <references/>. Any information referenced in the article appears here.

External Links Edit

Sites of relative material to this page.

Site NavigationEdit

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Ships and Boats
Pirate Ships: Märchen  •  Red Force  •  Miss Love Duck  •  Big Top  •  Bezan Black  •  Going Merry  •  Shimashima Shopping  •  Karasumaru  •  Taru Tiger  •  Rocket Man  •  Dreadnaught Sabre  •  Coffin Boat  •  Cooking George  •  Shark Superb  •  Bliking  •  Great Eirik  •  Striker  •  Moby Dick  •  Full  •  Utan Sonar  •  Victory Hunter  •  New Witch's Tongue  •  Sexy Foxy  •  Cutie Wagon  •  Oro Jackson  •  Thousand Sunny  •  Shiro Mokuba I  •  Mini Merry II  •  Shark Submerge III  •  Thriller Bark  •  Island Ship  •  Polar Tang  •  Flying Dutchman  •  Sleeping White Horse of the Forest  •  Going Luffy-senpai  •  Happosai  •  Ipposai  •  Naglfar  •  Mammoth
Government Ships: Marine Ships  •  Judicial Ship
Other Ships: Baratie  •  Sabagashira I  •  Sister Anko  •  Nasugasira  •  Orbit  •  Swanda Express  •  Takoyaki 8  •  St. Briss  •  Northheim  •  Ark Maxim  •  Battle Franky series  •  Noah  •  Ryugu  •  Pluton  •  Bounty Maru  •  Flying Gas Balloon  •  SAD Tanker  •  Nita Maria  •  Santa Maria  •  Yonta Maria
Non-Canon Ships: Lady Mary  •  Sand Sled  •  Zenny  •  Tarielishin  •  H-1  •  Alexandra  •  Salamander  •  Web Panic  •  Big Runner‎  •  Rokuron Dokuron‎  •  Randolph Theater  •  Pine Peak  •  Stan Malay  •  Harem No Tango  •  Kani Crane  •  Kaji King  •  Oyakata  •  Look Special  •  Mother Ship  •  Tarumanma  •  Ma Ikkada  •  Spa Island  •  White Tiger  •  Groseade  •  Gran Tesoro
Dial-Powered Ships: Waver (Shiro Mokuba I)  •  Dial Boat (Karasumaru)  •  Jet Ski  •  Jet Board
Other: Fleet

At the bottom of every Ship page, please supply Categories of which this page falls into such as :

  • Faction

This is for easy finding via category directories.

Video Game PagesEdit

Video game pages should be started with a brief encyclopedic description of the game.

PlotEdit

The overall plot of the video game, supplying any noteworthy details on its storyline history.

GameplayEdit

How the game is played.

CharactersEdit

Playable CharactersEdit

Any character that is playable.

EnemiesEdit

Any enemy that has to be faced.

Supports OnlyEdit

Any character that is supports.

CameosEdit

Any character that makes a cameo.

ItemsEdit

Any item that is obtainable.

CastEdit

Any of the cast members.

TriviaEdit

Miscellaneous information that cannot be fitted into the article.

ReferencesEdit

Contains the Code <references/>. Any information reference in the article appears here.

External LinksEdit

Sites of relevance to this page.

Site NavigationEdit

Add {{Video Games Navibox}} in this section.

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Video Games
Japanese Releases: Nintendo
Game Boy Color: Birth of Luffy's Dream Pirate Crew!  •  Grand Line Dream Adventure Log
Game Boy Advance: One Piece - Big Secret Treasure of the Seven Phantom Islands  •  Aim! The King of Belly  •  One Piece: Going Baseball  •  Dragon Dream!
DS: Jump Super Stars  •  Jump Ultimate Stars  •  One Piece: Gear Spirit  •  Gigant Battle  •  Gigant Battle! 2 New World
3DS: Unlimited Cruise SP  •  One Piece Romance Dawn: The Dawn of the Adventure  •  Unlimited World Red  •  One Piece: Super Grand Battle! X  •  One Piece: Great Pirate Colosseum
Gamecube: Treasure Battle!  •  One Piece Grand Battle 3  •  One Piece: Grand Battle! Rush!  •  One Piece: Pirates Carnival  •  Battle Stadium D.O.N
Wii U: Unlimited World Red
Japanese Releases: Sony
PlayStation: Set Sail Pirate Crew!  •  Grand Battle!  •  Grand Battle! 2  •  Ocean's Dream! - Oceans of Dreams
PlayStation 2: Round the Land  •  Fighting for One Piece  •  One Piece Grand Battle 3  •  One Piece: Grand Battle! Rush!  •  One Piece: Pirates Carnival  •  Battle Stadium D.O.N
PlayStation 3: Pirate Warriors  •  Pirate Warriors 2  •  J-Stars Victory Vs  •  Unlimited World Red  •  Pirate Warriors 3
PlayStation Portable: Romance Dawn: The Dawn of the Adventure
PlayStation Vita: Pirate Warriors 2  •  J-Stars Victory Vs  •  Unlimited World Red  •  Pirate Warriors 3  •  Burning Blood
PlayStation 4: Pirate Warriors 3  •  Burning Blood
Japanese Releases: Microsoft
Xbox One: Burning Blood
Japanese Releases: Others
Arcade: One Piece Miracle Battle Carddass  •  One Py Berry Match!  •  One Py Berry Match IC!  •  One Py Berry Match Treasure World
WonderSwan: Become the Pirate King!  •  Legend of the Rainbow Island  •  Treasure Wars  •  Grand Battle! Swan Colosseum  •  Treasure Wars 2 Welcome to Buggyland  •  Chopper's Big Adventure
Smartphone: One Py Berry Match AR!  •  One Piece Grand Collection  •  One Piece: Dance Battle  •  One Piece Adventure Log  •  One Piece: Running Chopper  •  One Piece Treasure Cruise  •  One Piece Thousand Storm
English Releases
Game Boy Advance: One Piece
PlayStation 2: One Piece: Grand Battle! Rush!  •  Grand Adventure  •  Pirates Carnival
PlayStation 3: Pirate Warriors  •  Pirate Warriors 2  •  Unlimited World Red  •  J-Stars Victory Vs+  •  Pirate Warriors 3
PlayStation Vita: Unlimited World Red  •  J-Stars Victory Vs+  •  Pirate Warriors 3  •  Burning Blood
PlayStation 4: J-Stars Victory Vs+  •  Pirate Warriors 3  •  Burning Blood
Game Cube: Grand Battle!  •  Grand Adventure  •  Pirates Carnival
Wii: Unlimited Adventure  •  Unlimited Cruise
DS: Gigant Battle
3DS: One Piece Romance Dawn: The Dawn of the Adventure  •  Unlimited World Red
Wii U: Unlimited World Red

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Song PagesEdit

Song pages should be started with a brief encyclopedic description of the song. Should include the singer(s).

OpeningEdit

A description of what happens in the opening.

GalleryEdit

Any related images.

LyricsEdit

The lyrics in Japanese Kanji, Japanese Rōmaji, and the English Translation.

English VersionEdit

Credits to the translator and singer(s).

LyricsEdit

The English translated lyrics.

TriviaEdit

Miscellaneous information that cannot be fitted into the article.

ReferencesEdit

Contains the Code <references/>. Any information reference in the article appears here.

External LinksEdit

Sites of relevance to this page.

Site NavigationEdit

Add {{Songs Navibox}} in this section.

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Anime Songs
Openings: We Are!  •  Believe  •  Hikari e  •  BON VOYAGE!  •  Kokoro no Chizu  •  Brand New World  •  We are! (Straw hat version)  •  Crazy Rainbow  •  Jungle P  •  We Are! (remix)  •  Share the World!  •  Kaze wo Sagashite  •  One day  •  Fight Together  •  We Go!  •  Hands Up!  •  Wake up!  •  Hard Knock Days  •  We Can!
Endings: Memories  •  RUN! RUN! RUN!  •  Watashi ga Iru Yo  •  Shōchi no suke  •  BEFORE DAWN  •  fish  •  GLORY -Kimi ga Iru Kara-  •  Shining ray  •  Free Will  •  FAITH  •  A to Z  •  Tsuki to Taiyō  •  Dreamship  •  Mirai Kōkai  •  Eternal Pose  •  Dear Friends  •  Asu wa Kuru Kara  •  Adventure World
Movies: We Are!  •  Believe  •  Ready!  •  Mabushikute  •  Sailing day  •  Ano Basho e  •  Yume Miru Koro wo Sugitemo  •  Sayaendo  •  Compass  •  Mata ne  •  Fanfare  •  Break into the Light
Image Songs
Group: Holy Holiday  •  Akuma no Mi  •  Hi! Ho! Ready Go!  •  Family  •  We Are!  •  Utae! Jingle Bell  •  You Are the One  •  Jungle Fever  •  Respect!  •  Sekaichi No Otoko to Yobareru Tame ni  •  Hurricane Girls  •  Friends  •  Girls ni Kubittake  •  Doctor Tony Tony Chopper  •  A Thousand Dreamers  •  Gold and Jive ~ Silver Ocean
Solo: Wanted!  •  We Are HERE!  •  Every-One Peace!  •  Katayoku no Taka  •  Talking Blues  •  Spirit of Zoro  •  Eyes of Zoro  •  Music  •  Between the Wind  •  Usopp*Drop  •  Usopp no Hanamichi  •  Fly, Merry, Fly ~ Sayonara Merry  •  Doubidoubidandan Usodaba Dan  •  Sogeking's (Hero) Song  •  The Great Blue ~ Dessert wa Kimi  •  Sea Moon Sea You  •  Moulin Rouge  •  Rumble Ball  •  Dakishimete  •  Present  •  Twinkle Twinkle  •  Chopper Man's Song  •  My Real Life  •  Arabasta no Suna, Oasis no Shizuku  •  Wish Upon a Star  •  Franky! Guarantee!  •  1, 2 Jango!  •  Oh, Come My Way  •  Pandaman  •  Saru Agari Salvage
Misc.
Sung by characters: Binks' Sake  •  Black Handkerchief of Happiness  •  Sogeking's (Hero) Song  •  Luffy's Skypiea song  •  Bone To Be Wild  •  New World  •  Ocean Guide
English Dub Originals: One Piece Rap  •  Cook it Up  •  You Can't Turn the Tide  •  Be A Pirate  •  Grand Adventure Theme
Other: Character Song Carnival  •  Caravel Farewell  •  Mugiwara no Jolly Roger  •  Saka Yoku no Kata  •  Zombie Night  •  One Piece Music & Song Collection  •  One Piece Nippon Judan! 47 Cruise CD  •  One Piece Music Symphony

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Location PagesEdit

Location pages should be started with a brief encyclopedic description of the location.

GeographyEdit

A description of the geography of the location.

LocationsEdit

Any of the locations.

Notable PlacesEdit

List of any notable places.

CitizensEdit

A portrait gallery of the citizens of the location.

HistoryEdit

The known history of this location, supplying any note worthy details on its storyline history.

WildlifeEdit

Include any wild life that the location has.

TriviaEdit

Miscellaneous information that cannot be fitted into the article.

ReferencesEdit

Contains the Code <references/>. Any information reference in the article appears here.

External LinksEdit

Sites of relevance to this page.

Site NavigationEdit

Add {{Island Navibox}} in this section.

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Islands and Locations
Blue Sea
East Blue: Dawn Island (Foosha Village  •  Mt. Colubo  •  Midway Forest  •  Gray Terminal  •  Goa Kingdom)  •  Goat Island  •  Shells Town  •  Shimotsuki Village  •  Organ Islands (Orange Town)  •  Island of Rare Animals  •  Gecko Islands (Syrup Village)  •  Baratie  •  Conomi Islands (Arlong Park  •  Cocoyasi Village  •  Gosa Village)  •  Loguetown  •  Mirrorball Island  •  Tequila Wolf  •  Kotzia
North Blue: Lvneel  •  Spider Miles  •  Rakesh  •  Flevance  •  Minion Island  •  Rubeck Island  •  Swallow Island  •  Notice  •  Germa Kingdom
West Blue: Ilusia  •  Ohara  •  Thriller Bark  •  Toroa  •  Las Camp  •  Kano Country
South Blue: Briss Kingdom  •  Karate Island  •  Centaurea  •  Torino Kingdom  •  Baterilla  •  Black Drum Kingdom
Grand Line
Paradise: Cactus Island (Whiskey Peak)  •  Nanimonai Island  •  Little Garden  •  Kyuka Island  •  Drum Island (Drum Castle  •  Drum Rockies  •  Robelle  •  Gyasta  •  Cocoa Weed  •  Bighorn)  •  Alabasta (Alubarna  •  Yuba  •  Rainbase  •  Nanohana  •  Erumalu  •  Spiders Cafe  •  Katorea  •  Tamarisk  •  Suiren  •  Tomb of the Kings  •  Sandora Desert  •  Sandora River)  •  Vira  •  Renaisse  •  Jaya (Mock Town)  •  Long Ring Long Land  •  Ukkari Hot-Spring Island  •  Water 7 (Dock 1  •  Franky House  •  Galley-La HQ)  •  Scrap Island  •  St. Poplar  •  San Faldo  •  Pucci  •  Enies Lobby  •  Banaro Island  •  Florian Triangle  •  Thriller Bark  •  Sabaody Archipelago (Sabaody Park  •  Antonio's Graman  •  Human Auctioning House  •  Sabao Dome  •  Shakky's Rip-off Bar)  •  Karakuri Island  •  Momoiro Island  •  Boin Archipelago  •  Namakura Island  •  Kuraigana Island  •  Kenzan Island  •  Merveille  •  Marineford  •  Sea Floor (Underworld of the Sea  •  Goldfish Empire  •  Headband Catfish Village)  •  Foolshout Island
New World: Raftel  •  Yukiryu Island  •  Wano Country  •  Edd War  •  Foodvalten  •  Totto Land (Whole Cake Island  •  Cacao Island  •  Jam Island  •  Nuts Island  •  Cheese Island  •  Biscuits Island  •  Candy Island  •  Milk Island)  •  Punk Hazard  •  Raijin Island  •  Risky Red Island  •  Mystoria Island  •  Dressrosa (Corrida Colosseum  •  Acacia  •  Sebio  •  Carta  •  Primula  •  Flower Hill)  •  Green Bit (Tontatta Kingdom)  •  Zou (Mokomo Dukedom)  •  Prodence Kingdom  •  Mogaro Kingdom  •  Jewel Ice Sheet  •  Doerena Kingdom  •  Majiatsuka Kingdom  •  Applenine Island  •  Karai Bari Island  •  Broc Coli Island  •  Germa Kingdom
Unknown: Baltigo  •  Elbaf  •  Great Kingdom  •  Pirate Island  •  Land of Ice  •  Nakrowa  •  Rommel Kingdom  •  Emerald City
Others
Sky Islands: Skypiea (Milky Road  •  Upper Yard  •  Angel Island  •  White Sea  •  White-White Sea)  •  Birka  •  Weatheria  •  Ballon Terminal
Calm Belt: Amazon Lily  •  Tarai Current (Marineford  •  Enies Lobby  •  Impel Down)  •  Rusukaina
Red Line: Reverse Mountain  •  Twin Cape  •  Mariejois  •  Fishman Island (Ryugu Kingdom)
Space: Moon
Non-Canon
Anime Only: East Blue: Ocean's Naval  •  Warship Island  •  Lost Island  •  Grand Line: Papanapple Island  •  Fireworks Island  •  Goat Island  •  Ruluka  •  Rainbow Mist  •  Navarone Island  •  Hyokaido  •  Spa Island  •  Little East Blue  •  Eight Nine Island  •  New World: Maubeugemour Sea  •  Hand Island  •  Nebulandia  •  Silver Mine
Movie Only: East Blue: Gold Island  •  Clockwork Island  •  Grand Line: Crown Island  •  Hannabal  •  Navarone Island  •  Elena  •  Partia  •  Asuka Island  •  Omatsuri Island  •  Mecha Island  •  Kilauea  •  New World: Endpoints  •  (Firs Island  •  Secon Island  •  Piriodo)  •  Dock Island
Other: Samba Island  •  Trans Town

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