The timeskip in the context of One Piece refers to the two-year skip in the storyline that occurs between Chapters 597–598 and Episodes 516–517. It separates the story of One Piece into two halves: Sea of Survival: Super Rookies Saga and The Final Sea: The New World Saga.... read more ›
Known as the time skip, it meant the passage of two years in the world of Luffy and company.... see details ›
While you can safely skip the episodes outlined above, one filler arc you'll want to watch is the G-8 arc from episodes 196-206. This occurs immediately following the Sky Island Saga. Many fans see this as the best of the best in terms of the filler arcs, so it is well worth your time as a fan.... read more ›
So, as much as all of them wanted to reunite, they all came to the realization that they needed to get stronger on their own. With this in mind, Luffy discreetly messaged hi crew, signaling them to spend the next two years apart in order to train and grow stronger for their reunion on Soabody.... view details ›
After the timeskip
Following the two-year time skip, Luffy is 19 years old. His outfit undergoes a slight update, emphasizing his newfound maturity by exposing more skin and scars.... view details ›
19 (after timeskip)... see details ›
Rayleigh took Luffy here to train him in the use of Haki for two years. He placed his Straw Hat on a rock during this time. Rayleigh spent the first year and a half to teach Luffy the basics of Haki. After Luffy mastered them enough, Rayleigh left him alone for the remaining half year to finish his training.... read more ›
One interesting fact about One Piece is that only 10 percent of the show is filler. Which means someone who is new to the anime will still have to watch over 900 episodes to catch up with the weekly release.... view details ›
In 2002, Oda talked about 20 years (until 2022). In 2014 he estimated that One Piece would last 10 more years (until 2024). And in 2020 he predicted about 4 or 5 years to go (again, 2024 or 2025).... see details ›
- Warship Island Arc – Episodes 54-61.
- Post-Arabasta Arc – 131-135.
- Goat Island Arc – 136-138.
- Ruluka Island Arc – 139-143.
- G-8 Arc – 196-206.
- Ocean's Dream Arc – 220-224.
- Foxy's Return Arc – 225-226.
- Ice Hunter Arc – 326-335.
In 2002, Oda talked about 20 years (until 2022). In 2014 he estimated that One Piece would last 10 more years (until 2024). And in 2020 he predicted about 4 or 5 years to go (again, 2024 or 2025).... see more ›
Eventually, One Piece finally began the Wano Country arc in 2018 and nearly four years later, the arc is still ongoing.... see details ›
Due to the passage of time and Garp's training, Koby has grown thinner and taller, standing close to Luffy in height. He has also gained a cross-shaped scar above his right eye, presumably earned under Garp's heavy-handed tutelage.... see more ›
When Coby first appeared in One Piece he was 16, but looked only 12, no older than a small child.... view details ›