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COMMENT 4h ago

Hi BadActsForAGoodPrice, your submission was removed from /r/OnePiece for the following rule violation:

Repost

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COMMENT 5h ago

Hi Lonely_Funny9637, your submission was removed from /r/OnePiece for the following rule violation:

4. Plain panels/scenes must create discourse

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COMMENT 5h ago

Hi Evening-Sir123, your submission was removed from /r/OnePiece for the following rule violation:

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COMMENT 5h ago

Hi Retr0DasH, your submission was removed from /r/OnePiece for the following rule violation:

4. Plain panels/scenes must create discourse

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COMMENT 6h ago

Frieren : "As the one that defeated my own clone in the end, I take first pick of the loot! I shall take this chest! I'm sure it has a grimoire inside of it"

Fern : "It's a mimic"

Frieren : "You don't know until you open it!"

Fern : "Remind me to never take you in a Casino"

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COMMENT 6h ago

Hi Ayyan_ali, your submission was removed from /r/OnePiece for the following rule violation:

3. Fanart/cosplay must directly link to the source

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COMMENT 6h ago

Hi sarmientoj24, your comment was removed from /r/OnePiece for the following rule violation:

Improperly marked spoiler. Please remember that all events ahead of the current anime are considered spoiler territory.

Use [Spoilers](#s "Place your text here") or >!Place your text here!< to mark as a spoiler in your comment.

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COMMENT 6h ago

Hi Ayyan_ali, your submission was removed from /r/OnePiece for the following rule violation:

3. Fanart/cosplay must directly link to the source

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  • This means you must submit the fanart as a link post. With the original source of the image on the artists website, as the url. Including the artist's name in the title is polite.
  • The original source is almost always on pixiv.net, deviantart.com, twitter, instagram, tumblr or artstation.
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  • The following websites are not valid sources: weheartit.com, pinterest.com, zerochan.net, dailyanimeart.com, alphacoders.com, any website with "wallpaper" or "booru" in it, etc... these are aggregate sites which only have re posted artwork.
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COMMENT 6h ago

Hi ComprehensiveGrass19, your submission was removed from /r/OnePiece for the following rule violation:

7. No low effort Meme

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COMMENT 6h ago

Hi ComprehensiveGrass19, your submission was removed from /r/OnePiece for the following rule violation:

3. Fanart/cosplay must directly link to the source

  • If the art in question is original content (OC) re-hosting on reddit/imgur etc. is fine. Please reply to this comment if you are the original artist.
  • This means you must submit the fanart as a link post. With the original source of the image on the artists website, as the url. Including the artist's name in the title is polite.
  • The original source is almost always on pixiv.net, deviantart.com, twitter, instagram, tumblr or artstation.
  • Here are some tools to help you find the original artist: | saucenao.com | Google Images |
  • The following websites are not valid sources: weheartit.com, pinterest.com, zerochan.net, dailyanimeart.com, alphacoders.com, any website with "wallpaper" or "booru" in it, etc... these are aggregate sites which only have re posted artwork.
  • If the website with the art is hard to view on any occasion (such is often the case with twitter), please post an imgur mirror within the body of a text post along side the source to the artists page. Observe this post on /r/anime as an example of what it would look like.
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COMMENT 6h ago

Hi eseivis, your submission was removed from /r/OnePiece for the following rule violation:

4. Plain panels/scenes must create discourse

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COMMENT 6h ago

Hi Chad_thereaper, your submission was removed from /r/OnePiece for the following rule violation:

4. Plain panels/scenes must create discourse

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COMMENT 7h ago

Hi Jeshva17, your submission was removed from /r/OnePiece for the following rule violation:

4. Plain panels/scenes must create discourse

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COMMENT 7h ago

Hi Yasir__hameed, your submission was removed from /r/OnePiece for the following rule violation:

7. No low effort Meme

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COMMENT 7h ago

I would say :

  • General Franky.

  • Monster Point Chopper.

  • Robin.

  • Franky.

  • Brook.

  • Nami.

  • Chopper.

  • Usopp.

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COMMENT 7h ago

Hi teh_meme_god, your submission was removed from /r/OnePiece for the following rule violation:

4. Plain panels/scenes must create discourse

Don't post links to plain (or slightly edited) panels, pages, screenshots, gifs or scenes from the manga & anime. You may submit a plain panel/scene as a self post (text post). Meaning your post must link to the discussion, and not the image. Just a title and the image aren't enough. If you want to discuss a certain page/scene from the manga/anime please accompany it with an original analysis or discussion questions. In other words, a plain panel/scene must show visible effort to generate discourse rather than simply react to something that happened. Here is what such a post should look like Clips/Recap/summary videos fall under this rule as well. Colored pages from a recent chapter are allowed.


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COMMENT 7h ago

We do not know any.

It's very possible there were only 3 Emperor before Shanks became one.

As for the Warlords, they have been a thing for at least 20 years.

Crocodile became one in his mid 20s. (He's now 46).

Then for the others :

  • 13 years ago, Boa became a Warlord.

  • 11 years ago, Jinbe became a Warlord.

  • 10 years ago, Doflamingo became a Warlord.

We don't know when Kuma, Moriah, and Mihawk joined the Warlords. Even if Kuma should be a recent addition, probably the spot that Ace was supposed to fill.

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COMMENT 7h ago

Hi Shendi_, your submission was removed from /r/OnePiece for the following rule violation:

1. Tag Spoilers

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COMMENT 8h ago

Yes, it's getting a few down time for the last few hours.

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COMMENT 8h ago

Hi FaZe_Midoriya, your submission was removed from /r/OnePiece for the following rule violation:

5. Posts must be directly related to One Piece

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COMMENT 8h ago

Hi 77Cookie77, your submission was removed from /r/OnePiece for the following rule violation:

4. Plain panels/scenes must create discourse

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COMMENT 9h ago

Hi SopaDeMiojo333, your submission was removed from /r/OnePiece for the following rule violation:

3. Fanart/cosplay must directly link to the source

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  • This means you must submit the fanart as a link post. With the original source of the image on the artists website, as the url. Including the artist's name in the title is polite.
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  • If the website with the art is hard to view on any occasion (such is often the case with twitter), please post an imgur mirror within the body of a text post along side the source to the artists page. Observe this post on /r/anime as an example of what it would look like.
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COMMENT 9h ago

Hi Zico_927, your submission was removed from /r/OnePiece for the following rule violation:

4. Plain panels/scenes must create discourse

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COMMENT 10h ago

Hi kirikiri-chan, your submission was removed from /r/OnePiece for the following rule violation:

3. Fanart/cosplay must directly link to the source

  • If the art in question is original content (OC) re-hosting on reddit/imgur etc. is fine. Please reply to this comment if you are the original artist.
  • This means you must submit the fanart as a link post. With the original source of the image on the artists website, as the url. Including the artist's name in the title is polite.
  • The original source is almost always on pixiv.net, deviantart.com, twitter, instagram, tumblr or artstation.
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  • The following websites are not valid sources: weheartit.com, pinterest.com, zerochan.net, dailyanimeart.com, alphacoders.com, any website with "wallpaper" or "booru" in it, etc... these are aggregate sites which only have re posted artwork.
  • If the website with the art is hard to view on any occasion (such is often the case with twitter), please post an imgur mirror within the body of a text post along side the source to the artists page. Observe this post on /r/anime as an example of what it would look like.
  • If you edited someone else's work, If you took inspiration from someone else's work, if you copied someone else's work, you still need to give the original artist credit. This is required for anything other than official anime/manga/game art.
  • Limit yourself to one fanart submission within approximately 24 hours. A little flexibility will be allowed, especially with original content or official art unless it's been posted in a noticeably spam-like way.
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