One Piece

Anime • 1990 • Action  Report
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Does a cat die?
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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Kaizokuokubey
In varying degrees. From getting hit to being shot at.
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JackieH
Yes but with the main characters they grow back quickly. Often fight scenes will depict a character being struck in the face and their teeth breaking.
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JackieH
A main character has anxiety and depression and often battles internally with his desire to be brave.
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One character likes bugs a lot. Sometimes they catch bugs and battle them. Two other main characters are deathly afraid of bugs. There are sometimes massive bugs and sometimes normal sized bugs. Some of them are friendly. Most of them don't ooze anything
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Kaizokuokubey
Several characters are clowns.
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Kaizokuokubey
Several uses of Fatso/Fatass
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JackieH
A recurring character can create and control ghosts. A main character can seperate his soul from his body and it is depicted as a ghost.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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Several giant snakes and sea monsters that look like snakes. There is an arc where almost everyone on an island has and carries their pet snake. Several people can turn in to snakes. A recurring character is often scene with her human sized snake
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JackieH
In one of the movies cars exist and several crash during a race. Cars are not seen in the regular anime. One character have a motorcycle but does not crash it
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JackieH
A dragon is killed during the punk hazard arc
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Kaizokuokubey
Usually for comedic effect
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Does a kid die?
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JackieH
It is safe to assume that most characters have dead or non-existent parents. Parents and parental figures die on screen often.
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Planes don't exist in universe but there are flying islands with some flying ships and there are some close calls. Some ships do fall from the sky while flying.
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JackieH
No but a woman dies immediately after a very dramatic childbirth
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Kaizokuokubey
No character that is canonically LGBT has officially died on screen. Bentham, a trans character appeared to be killed, but in the manga its shown they're doing well.
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JackieH
Many characters are shown to drink alcohol in massive amounts but are also usually shown to be unaffected by this
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According to the creator there is no romance in One Piece. The main depicted relationships are familial.
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Yes and no. Self sacrifice is common with characters trading their own lives to save others. Twice a character does blow themselves up to save others.
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There are several close calls with drowning but later on in the series it is usually used for comedic effect. Several main characters cannot swim
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Kaizokuokubey
Several characters, especially the main protagonist enjoy overeating. One character has a quote "Eating Disorder" where if she doesn't get specific meals to match her cravings at the time, she'll go on a rampage.
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JackieH
A character has cancer but dies of something else. Another character dies of a disease similar to cancer.
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During the marinford arc it is shown that the marines forced women to miscarry, or outright killed them(for spoilery reasons I won't say why)
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A main character stabs herself in the arm. A main character attempts to cut off his own feet. A main character stabs himself in the face
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JackieH
A villain drugs children and there is talk of drugs throughout the punk hazard arc
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Kaizokuokubey
Usually played for comedy reasons, offscreen.
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JackieH
No but a main character is whitewashed and has some racist caricature
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There is a montage showing some characters as children either being left to fend for themselves or thrown into dangerous situations intentionally by a close relative. A main character is forced to work for a group of pirates and is shown being beaten. Many children are forcibly drugged. A child is beaten by their parents. A child is beaten by bandits.
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JackieH
No but several characters get electrocuted usually by lightning and a villain that can control lightning
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JackieH
Cars dont exist in universe outside of one movie. Sometimes people are struck by ships or driven carts.
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Kaizokuokubey
The shows about pirates, so it happens quite often.
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JackieH
Not in the traditional sense with ghosts and the like but there are times when one character's ability lets them take control of another person and it is usually done against their will (ex. Doflamingo)
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Kaizokuokubey
Several women are groped.
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JackieH
An underage character is stalked by a creepy dude during Fishman island arc
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A child is tortured by pirates. Impel Down arc takes place in a prison that specializes in torture (literally everyone gets tortured).
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Kaizokuokubey
But they do still happen.
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JackieH
One of the main characters becomes sick and needs a hospital, mostly it is smaller clinics that are shown with the ship doctor treating his crew in his cabin. After a major war, there are scenes in a hospital and two people need surgery
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There are a few non-sexual scenes involving a community bath house and some in the bathhouse on the ship. There is one really bad one during thriller bark where a female character is assaulted in the shower by an invisible person and is licked but not much more graphic than that
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A characters gender is forcibly changed (not through surgery). Some characters change gender as they please. One recurring character represents an ugly stereotype and that is perpetuated in later arcs with the transphobic representation of trans characters continuing. A main character is abused by caricatured trans people and becomes transphobic. It's bad ngl
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Kaizokuokubey
Not in the traditional sense.
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JackieH
A parent slaps her child. There are several unhealthy relationships shown
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JackieH
Not shown but several character have lost eyes and have scars showing that. No empty eye sockets shown
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Against a species that runs parallel to people of color including slavery and racism.
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Not generally but many characters are highly sexualized and the female characters tend to have stick like body figures with massive b***s From an outside perspective it may be viewed as sexual.
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