I’d Rather One Piece | Week 3

Episodes 111-178

This week I watched episodes 111-178. I know that’s a lot of episodes, but I really don’t feel like a lot happened in them — at least in comparison to the last two weeks. I think this is mostly due to the fact that episodes 131-143 were all pretty much filler. They weren’t bad filler though. I did find some of the episodes enjoyable to watch, but they didn’t really add anything to the overall story. It was a little bit of a letdown, but at least all of it was in-between major arcs instead of during random episodes in the middle. Overall, I’m not upset that I watched these episodes but I’m sure I’ll probably never watch them again.

Once the filler was out of the way though, I started on the next arc: Sky Island. The concept itself is truly incredible. Floating islands in the sky floating on special types of clouds. These islands are so high in the sky that there was only one way for the Straw Hats to get up there — the knock upstream. That in itself was pretty crazy, but not as crazy as the world above the clouds.

The sky island that Luffy and his crew ended up on is called Skypiea. Up there they meet a host of new characters that all have little wings on their backs like angels, and yet none of them appear to have the ability to fly. In Skypiea we are informed of the many different types of clouds and their different uses. They also introduce the concept of these things call dials, which have a variety of different uses from blowing air, creating flames, recording audio, creating clouds and many more. This concept of dials was so thought out that you could literally take the exact concept and create an entirely new anime out of it. I love how it’s really a whole other world in the sky. This really helps keep the show fresh and exciting. I doubt One Piece will continue to create whole new worlds with radically different concepts in every arc, but if it does, it’s going to be amazing. I can’t wait to see what happens next.

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