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Searching for updated Pokémon Abilities from strong sources? Today below we have shared detailed Pokémon Abilities with effects and generation, all the information gathered from official source for Pokémon users. We have updated about 267 Abilities with Generation upto 8th.

Pokémon Abilities are a crucial part of Pokémon battles. The way an Ability works is that it affects the opponent in some way when the Pokémon using it attacks. There are many different Pokémon Abilities in the games and in competitive battles, a list would take a very long time to compile. Here is a list of just some abilities: Flower Gift, Telepathy, Flame Body, Heatproof, Damp, Tangled Feet.

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Ability Effect Gen.
1 Stench By releasing stench when attacking, this Pokémon may cause the target to flinch. III
2 Drizzle The Pokémon makes it rain when it enters a battle. III
3 Speed Boost Its Speed stat is boosted every turn. III
4 Battle Armor Hard armor protects the Pokémon from critical hits. III
5 Sturdy It cannot be knocked out with one hit. One-hit KO moves cannot knock it out, either. III
6 Damp Prevents the use of explosive moves, such as Self-Destruct, by dampening its surroundings. III
7 Limber Its limber body protects the Pokémon from paralysis. III
8 Sand Veil Boosts the Pokémon’s evasiveness in a sandstorm. III
9 Static The Pokémon is charged with static electricity, so contact with it may cause paralysis. III
10 Volt Absorb Restores HP if hit by an Electric-type move instead of taking damage. III
11 Water Absorb Restores HP if hit by a Water-type move instead of taking damage. III
12 Oblivious The Pokémon is oblivious, and that keeps it from being infatuated or falling for taunts. III
13 Cloud Nine Eliminates the effects of weather. III
14 Compound Eyes The Pokémon’s compound eyes boost its accuracy. III
15 Insomnia The Pokémon is suffering from insomnia and cannot fall asleep. III
16 Color Change The Pokémon’s type becomes the type of the move used on it. III
17 Immunity The immune system of the Pokémon prevents it from getting poisoned. III
18 Flash Fire Powers up the Pokémon’s Fire-type moves if it’s hit by one. III
19 Shield Dust This Pokémon’s dust blocks the additional effects of attacks taken. III
20 Own Tempo This Pokémon has its own tempo, and that prevents it from becoming confused. III
21 Suction Cups This Pokémon uses suction cups to stay in one spot to negate all moves and items that force switching out. III
22 Intimidate The Pokémon intimidates opposing Pokémon upon entering battle, lowering their Attack stat. III
23 Shadow Tag This Pokémon steps on the opposing Pokémon’s shadow to prevent it from escaping. III
24 Rough Skin This Pokémon inflicts damage with its rough skin to the attacker on contact. III
25 Wonder Guard Its mysterious power only lets supereffective moves hit the Pokémon. III
26 Levitate By floating in the air, the Pokémon receives full immunity to all Ground-type moves. III
27 Effect Spore Contact with the Pokémon may inflict poison, sleep, or paralysis on its attacker. III
28 Synchronize The attacker will receive the same status condition if it inflicts a burn, poison, or paralysis to the Pokémon. III
29 Clear Body Prevents other Pokémon’s moves or Abilities from lowering the Pokémon’s stats. III
30 Natural Cure All status conditions heal when the Pokémon switches out. III
31 Lightning Rod The Pokémon draws in all Electric-type moves. Instead of being hit by Electric-type moves, it boosts its Sp. Atk. III
32 Serene Grace Boosts the likelihood of additional effects occurring when attacking. III
33 Swift Swim Boosts the Pokémon’s Speed stat in rain. III
34 Chlorophyll Boosts the Pokémon’s Speed stat in harsh sunlight. III
35 Illuminate Raises the likelihood of meeting wild Pokémon by illuminating the surroundings. III
36 Trace When it enters a battle, the Pokémon copies an opposing Pokémon’s Ability. III
37 Huge Power Doubles the Pokémon’s Attack stat. III
38 Poison Point Contact with the Pokémon may poison the attacker. III
39 Inner Focus The Pokémon’s intensely focused, and that protects the Pokémon from flinching. III
40 Magma Armor The Pokémon is covered with hot magma, which prevents the Pokémon from becoming frozen. III
41 Water Veil The Pokémon is covered with a water veil, which prevents the Pokémon from getting a burn. III
42 Magnet Pull Prevents Steel-type Pokémon from escaping using its magnetic force. III
43 Soundproof Soundproofing gives the Pokémon full immunity to all sound-based moves. III
44 Rain Dish The Pokémon gradually regains HP in rain. III
45 Sand Stream The Pokémon summons a sandstorm when it enters a battle. III
46 Pressure By putting pressure on the opposing Pokémon, it raises their PP usage. III
47 Thick Fat The Pokémon is protected by a layer of thick fat, which halves the damage taken from Fire- and Ice-type moves. III
48 Early Bird The Pokémon awakens from sleep twice as fast as other Pokémon. III
49 Flame Body Contact with the Pokémon may burn the attacker. III
50 Run Away Enables a sure getaway from wild Pokémon. III
51 Keen Eye Keen eyes prevent other Pokémon from lowering this Pokémon’s accuracy. III
52 Hyper Cutter The Pokémon’s proud of its powerful pincers. They prevent other Pokémon from lowering its Attack stat. III
53 Pickup The Pokémon may pick up the item an opposing Pokémon used during a battle. It may pick up items outside of battle, too. III
54 Truant The Pokémon can’t use a move if it had used a move on the previous turn. III
55 Hustle Boosts the Attack stat, but lowers accuracy. III
56 Cute Charm Contact with the Pokémon may cause infatuation. III
57 Plus Boosts the Sp. Atk stat of the Pokémon if an ally with the Plus or Minus Ability is also in battle. III
58 Minus Boosts the Sp. Atk stat of the Pokémon if an ally with the Plus or Minus Ability is also in battle. III
59 Forecast The Pokémon transforms with the weather to change its type to Water, Fire, or Ice. III
60 Sticky Hold Items held by the Pokémon are stuck fast and cannot be removed by other Pokémon. III
61 Shed Skin The Pokémon may heal its own status conditions by shedding its skin. III
62 Guts It’s so gutsy that having a status condition boosts the Pokémon’s Attack stat. III
63 Marvel Scale The Pokémon’s marvelous scales boost the Defense stat if it has a status condition. III
64 Liquid Ooze The oozed liquid has a strong stench, which damages attackers using any draining move. III
65 Overgrow Powers up Grass-type moves when the Pokémon’s HP is low. III
66 Blaze Powers up Fire-type moves when the Pokémon’s HP is low. III
67 Torrent Powers up Water-type moves when the Pokémon’s HP is low. III
68 Swarm Powers up Bug-type moves when the Pokémon’s HP is low. III
69 Rock Head Protects the Pokémon from recoil damage. III
70 Drought Turns the sunlight harsh when the Pokémon enters a battle. III
71 Arena Trap Prevents opposing Pokémon from fleeing. III
72 Vital Spirit The Pokémon is full of vitality, and that prevents it from falling asleep. III
73 White Smoke The Pokémon is protected by its white smoke, which prevents other Pokémon from lowering its stats. III
74 Pure Power Using its pure power, the Pokémon doubles its Attack stat. III
75 Shell Armor A hard shell protects the Pokémon from critical hits. III
76 Air Lock Eliminates the effects of weather. III
77 Tangled Feet Raises evasiveness if the Pokémon is confused. IV
78 Motor Drive Boosts its Speed stat if hit by an Electric-type move instead of taking damage. IV
79 Rivalry Becomes competitive and deals more damage to Pokémon of the same gender, but deals less to Pokémon of the opposite gender. IV
80 Steadfast The Pokémon’s determination boosts the Speed stat each time the Pokémon flinches. IV
81 Snow Cloak Boosts evasiveness in a hailstorm. IV
82 Gluttony Makes the Pokémon eat a held Berry when its HP drops to half or less, which is sooner than usual. IV
83 Anger Point The Pokémon is angered when it takes a critical hit, and that maxes its Attack stat. IV
84 Unburden Boosts the Speed stat if the Pokémon’s held item is used or lost. IV
85 Heatproof The heatproof body of the Pokémon halves the damage from Fire-type moves that hit it. IV
86 Simple The stat changes the Pokémon receives are doubled. IV
87 Dry Skin Restores HP in rain or when hit by Water-type moves. Reduces HP in harsh sunlight, and increases the damage received from Fire-type moves. IV
88 Download Compares an opposing Pokémon’s Defense and Sp. Def stats before raising its own Attack or Sp. Atk stat—whichever will be more effective. IV
89 Iron Fist Powers up punching moves. IV
90 Poison Heal Restores HP if the Pokémon is poisoned instead of losing HP. IV
91 Adaptability Powers up moves of the same type as the Pokémon. IV
92 Skill Link Maximizes the number of times multistrike moves hit. IV
93 Hydration Heals status conditions if it’s raining. IV
94 Solar Power Boosts the Sp. Atk stat in harsh sunlight, but HP decreases every turn. IV
95 Quick Feet Boosts the Speed stat if the Pokémon has a status condition. IV
96 Normalize All the Pokémon’s moves become Normal type. The power of those moves is boosted a little. IV
97 Sniper Powers up moves if they become critical hits when attacking. IV
98 Magic Guard The Pokémon only takes damage from attacks. IV
99 No Guard The Pokémon employs no-guard tactics to ensure incoming and outgoing attacks always land. IV
100 Stall The Pokémon moves after all other Pokémon do. IV
101 Technician Powers up the Pokémon’s weaker moves. IV
102 Leaf Guard Prevents status conditions in harsh sunlight. IV
103 Klutz The Pokémon can’t use any held items. IV
104 Mold Breaker Moves can be used on the target regardless of its Abilities. IV
105 Super Luck The Pokémon is so lucky that the critical-hit ratios of its moves are boosted. IV
106 Aftermath Damages the attacker if it contacts the Pokémon with a finishing hit. IV
107 Anticipation The Pokémon can sense an opposing Pokémon’s dangerous moves. IV
108 Forewarn When it enters a battle, the Pokémon can tell one of the moves an opposing Pokémon has. IV
109 Unaware When attacking, the Pokémon ignores the target Pokémon’s stat changes. IV
110 Tinted Lens The Pokémon can use “not very effective” moves to deal regular damage. IV
111 Filter Reduces the power of supereffective attacks taken. IV
112 Slow Start For five turns, the Pokémon’s Attack and Speed stats are halved. IV
113 Scrappy The Pokémon can hit Ghost-type Pokémon with Normal- and Fighting-type moves. IV
114 Storm Drain Draws in all Water-type moves. Instead of being hit by Water-type moves, it boosts its Sp. Atk. IV
115 Ice Body The Pokémon gradually regains HP in a hailstorm. IV
116 Solid Rock Reduces the power of supereffective attacks taken. IV
117 Snow Warning The Pokémon summons a hailstorm when it enters a battle. IV
118 Honey Gather The Pokémon may gather Honey after a battle. IV
119 Frisk When it enters a battle, the Pokémon can check an opposing Pokémon’s held item. IV
120 Reckless Powers up moves that have recoil damage. IV
121 Multitype Changes the Pokémon’s type to match the Plate or Z-Crystal it holds. IV
122 Flower Gift Boosts the Attack and Sp. Def stats of itself and allies in harsh sunlight. IV
123 Bad Dreams Reduces the HP of sleeping opposing Pokémon. IV
124 Pickpocket Steals an item from an attacker that made direct contact. V
125 Sheer Force Removes additional effects to increase the power of moves when attacking. V
126 Contrary Makes stat changes have an opposite effect. V
127 Unnerve Unnerves opposing Pokémon and makes them unable to eat Berries. V
128 Defiant Boosts the Pokémon’s Attack stat sharply when its stats are lowered. V
129 Defeatist Halves the Pokémon’s Attack and Sp. Atk stats when its HP becomes half or less. V
130 Cursed Body May disable a move used on the Pokémon. V
131 Healer Sometimes heals an ally’s status condition. V
132 Friend Guard Reduces damage done to allies. V
133 Weak Armor Physical attacks to the Pokémon lower its Defense stat but sharply raise its Speed stat. V
134 Heavy Metal Doubles the Pokémon’s weight. V
135 Light Metal Halves the Pokémon’s weight. V
136 Multiscale Reduces the amount of damage the Pokémon takes while its HP is full. V
137 Toxic Boost Powers up physical attacks when the Pokémon is poisoned. V
138 Flare Boost Powers up special attacks when the Pokémon is burned. V
139 Harvest May create another Berry after one is used. V
140 Telepathy Anticipates an ally’s attack and dodges it. V
141 Moody Raises one stat sharply and lowers another every turn. V
142 Overcoat Protects the Pokémon from things like sand, hail, and powder. V
143 Poison Touch May poison a target when the Pokémon makes contact. V
144 Regenerator Restores a little HP when withdrawn from battle. V
145 Big Pecks Protects the Pokémon from Defense-lowering effects. V
146 Sand Rush Boosts the Pokémon’s Speed stat in a sandstorm. V
147 Wonder Skin Makes status moves more likely to miss. V
148 Analytic Boosts move power when the Pokémon moves last. V
149 Illusion Comes out disguised as the Pokémon in the party’s last spot. V
150 Imposter The Pokémon transforms itself into the Pokémon it’s facing. V
151 Infiltrator Passes through the opposing Pokémon’s barrier, substitute, and the like and strikes. V
152 Mummy Contact with the Pokémon changes the attacker’s Ability to Mummy. V
153 Moxie The Pokémon shows moxie, and that boosts the Attack stat after knocking out any Pokémon. V
154 Justified Being hit by a Dark-type move boosts the Attack stat of the Pokémon, for justice. V
155 Rattled Dark-, Ghost-, and Bug-type moves scare the Pokémon and boost its Speed stat. V
156 Magic Bounce Reflects status moves instead of getting hit by them. V
157 Sap Sipper Boosts the Attack stat if hit by a Grass-type move instead of taking damage. V
158 Prankster Gives priority to a status move. V
159 Sand Force Boosts the power of Rock-, Ground-, and Steel-type moves in a sandstorm. V
160 Iron Barbs Inflicts damage on the attacker upon contact with iron barbs. V
161 Zen Mode Changes the Pokémon’s shape when HP is half or less. V
162 Victory Star Boosts the accuracy of its allies and itself. V
163 Turboblaze Moves can be used on the target regardless of its Abilities. V
164 Teravolt Moves can be used on the target regardless of its Abilities. V
165 Aroma Veil Protects itself and its allies from attacks that limit their move choices. VI
166 Flower Veil Ally Grass-type Pokémon are protected from status conditions and the lowering of their stats. VI
167 Cheek Pouch Restores HP as well when the Pokémon eats a Berry. VI
168 Protean Changes the Pokémon’s type to the type of the move it’s about to use. VI
169 Fur Coat Halves the damage from physical moves. VI
170 Magician The Pokémon steals the held item of a Pokémon it hits with a move. VI
171 Bulletproof Protects the Pokémon from some ball and bomb moves. VI
172 Competitive Boosts the Sp. Atk stat sharply when a stat is lowered. VI
173 Strong Jaw The Pokémon’s strong jaw boosts the power of its biting moves. VI
174 Refrigerate Normal-type moves become Ice-type moves. The power of those moves is boosted a little. VI
175 Sweet Veil Prevents itself and ally Pokémon from falling asleep. VI
176 Stance Change The Pokémon changes its form to Blade Forme when it uses an attack move and changes to Shield Forme when it uses King’s Shield. VI
177 Gale Wings Gives priority to Flying-type moves when the Pokémon’s HP is full. VI
178 Mega Launcher Powers up aura and pulse moves. VI
179 Grass Pelt Boosts the Pokémon’s Defense stat on Grassy Terrain. VI
180 Symbiosis The Pokémon passes its item to an ally that has used up an item. VI
181 Tough Claws Powers up moves that make direct contact. VI
182 Pixilate Normal-type moves become Fairy-type moves. The power of those moves is boosted a little. VI
183 Gooey Contact with the Pokémon lowers the attacker’s Speed stat. VI
184 Aerilate Normal-type moves become Flying-type moves. The power of those moves is boosted a little. VI
185 Parental Bond Parent and child each attacks. VI
186 Dark Aura Powers up each Pokémon’s Dark-type moves. VI
187 Fairy Aura Powers up each Pokémon’s Fairy-type moves. VI
188 Aura Break The effects of “Aura” Abilities are reversed to lower the power of affected moves. VI
189 Primordial Sea The Pokémon changes the weather to nullify Fire-type attacks. VI
190 Desolate Land The Pokémon changes the weather to nullify Water-type attacks. VI
191 Delta Stream The Pokémon changes the weather to eliminate all of the Flying type’s weaknesses. VI
192 Stamina Boosts the Defense stat when hit by an attack. VII
193 Wimp Out The Pokémon cowardly switches out when its HP becomes half or less. VII
194 Emergency Exit The Pokémon, sensing danger, switches out when its HP becomes half or less. VII
195 Water Compaction Boosts the Pokémon’s Defense stat sharply when hit by a Water-type move. VII
196 Merciless The Pokémon’s attacks become critical hits if the target is poisoned. VII
197 Shields Down When its HP becomes half or less, the Pokémon’s shell breaks and it becomes aggressive. VII
198 Stakeout Doubles the damage dealt to the target’s replacement if the target switches out. VII
199 Water Bubble Lowers the power of Fire-type moves done to the Pokémon and prevents the Pokémon from getting a burn. VII
200 Steelworker Powers up Steel-type moves. VII
201 Berserk Boosts the Pokémon’s Sp. Atk stat when it takes a hit that causes its HP to become half or less. VII
202 Slush Rush Boosts the Pokémon’s Speed stat in a hailstorm. VII
203 Long Reach The Pokémon uses its moves without making contact with the target. VII
204 Liquid Voice All sound-based moves become Water-type moves. VII
205 Triage Gives priority to a healing move. VII
206 Galvanize Normal-type moves become Electric-type moves. The power of those moves is boosted a little. VII
207 Surge Surfer Doubles the Pokémon’s Speed stat on Electric Terrain. VII
208 Schooling When it has a lot of HP, the Pokémon forms a powerful school. It stops schooling when its HP is low. VII
209 Disguise Once per battle, the shroud that covers the Pokémon can protect it from an attack. VII
210 Battle Bond Defeating an opposing Pokémon strengthens the Pokémon’s bond with its Trainer, and it becomes Ash-Greninja. Water Shuriken gets more powerful. VII
211 Power Construct Other Cells gather to aid when its HP becomes half or less. Then the Pokémon changes its form to Complete Forme. VII
212 Corrosion The Pokémon can poison the target even if it’s a Steel or Poison type. VII
213 Comatose It’s always drowsing and will never wake up. It can attack without waking up. VII
214 Queenly Majesty Its majesty pressures the opposing Pokémon, making it unable to attack using priority moves. VII
215 Innards Out Damages the attacker landing the finishing hit by the amount equal to its last HP. VII
216 Dancer When another Pokémon uses a dance move, it can use a dance move following it regardless of its Speed. VII
217 Battery Powers up ally Pokémon’s special moves. VII
218 Fluffy Halves the damage taken from moves that make direct contact, but doubles that of Fire-type moves. VII
219 Dazzling Surprises the opposing Pokémon, making it unable to attack using priority moves. VII
220 Soul-Heart Boosts its Sp. Atk stat every time a Pokémon faints. VII
221 Tangling Hair Contact with the Pokémon lowers the attacker’s Speed stat. VII
222 Receiver The Pokémon copies the Ability of a defeated ally. VII
223 Power of Alchemy The Pokémon copies the Ability of a defeated ally. VII
224 Beast Boost The Pokémon boosts its most proficient stat each time it knocks out a Pokémon. VII
225 RKS System Changes the Pokémon’s type to match the memory disc it holds. VII
226 Electric Surge Turns the ground into Electric Terrain when the Pokémon enters a battle. VII
227 Psychic Surge Turns the ground into Psychic Terrain when the Pokémon enters a battle. VII
228 Misty Surge Turns the ground into Misty Terrain when the Pokémon enters a battle. VII
229 Grassy Surge Turns the ground into Grassy Terrain when the Pokémon enters a battle. VII
230 Full Metal Body Prevents other Pokémon’s moves or Abilities from lowering the Pokémon’s stats. VII
231 Shadow Shield Reduces the amount of damage the Pokémon takes while its HP is full. VII
232 Prism Armor Reduces the power of supereffective attacks taken. VII
233 Neuroforce Powers up moves that are super effective. VII
234 Intrepid Sword Boosts the Pokémon’s Attack stat when the Pokémon enters a battle. VIII
235 Dauntless Shield Boosts the Pokémon’s Defense stat when the Pokémon enters a battle. VIII
236 Libero Changes the Pokémon’s type to the type of the move it’s about to use. VIII
237 Ball Fetch If the Pokémon is not holding an item, it will fetch the Poké Ball from the first failed throw of the battle. VIII
238 Cotton Down When the Pokémon is hit by an attack, it scatters cotton fluff around and lowers the Speed stat of all Pokémon except itself. VIII
239 Propeller Tail Ignores the effects of opposing Pokémon’s Abilities and moves that draw in moves. VIII
240 Mirror Armor Bounces back only the stat-lowering effects that the Pokémon receives. VIII
241 Gulp Missile When the Pokémon uses Surf or Dive, it will come back with prey. When it takes damage, it will spit out the prey to attack. VIII
242 Stalwart Ignores the effects of opposing Pokémon’s Abilities and moves that draw in moves. VIII
243 Steam Engine Boosts the Pokémon’s Speed stat drastically if hit by a Fire- or Water-type move. VIII
244 Punk Rock Boosts the power of sound-based moves. The Pokémon also takes half the damage from these kinds of moves. VIII
245 Sand Spit The Pokémon creates a sandstorm when it’s hit by an attack. VIII
246 Ice Scales The Pokémon is protected by ice scales, which halve the damage taken from special moves. VIII
247 Ripen Ripens Berries and doubles their effect. VIII
248 Ice Face The Pokémon’s ice head can take a physical attack as a substitute, but the attack also changes the Pokémon’s appearance. The ice will be restored when it hails. VIII
249 Power Spot Just being next to the Pokémon powers up moves. VIII
250 Mimicry Changes the Pokémon’s type depending on the terrain. VIII
251 Screen Cleaner When the Pokémon enters a battle, the effects of Light Screen, Reflect, and Aurora Veil are nullified for both opposing and ally Pokémon. VIII
252 Steely Spirit Powers up ally Pokémon’s Steel-type moves. VIII
253 Perish Body When hit by a move that makes direct contact, the Pokémon and the attacker will faint after three turns unless they switch out of battle. VIII
254 Wandering Spirit The Pokémon exchanges Abilities with a Pokémon that hits it with a move that makes direct contact. VIII
255 Gorilla Tactics Boosts the Pokémon’s Attack stat but only allows the use of the first selected move. VIII
256 Neutralizing Gas If the Pokémon with Neutralizing Gas is in the battle, the effects of all Pokémon’s Abilities will be nullified or will not be triggered. VIII
257 Pastel Veil Protects the Pokémon and its ally Pokémon from being poisoned. VIII
258 Hunger Switch The Pokémon changes its form, alternating between its Full Belly Mode and Hangry Mode after the end of each turn. VIII
259 Quick Draw Enables the Pokémon to move first occasionally. VIII
260 Unseen Fist If the Pokémon uses moves that make direct contact, it can attack the target even if the target protects itself. VIII
261 Curious Medicine When the Pokémon enters a battle, it scatters medicine from its shell, which removes all stat changes from allies. VIII
262 Transistor Powers up Electric-type moves. VIII
263 Dragon’s Maw Powers up Dragon-type moves. VIII
264 Chilling Neigh When the Pokémon knocks out a target, it utters a chilling neigh, which boosts its Attack stat. VIII
265 Grim Neigh When the Pokémon knocks out a target, it utters a terrifying neigh, which boosts its Sp. Atk stat. VIII
266.267 As One This Ability combines the effects of both Calyrex’s Unnerve Ability and Glastrier’s Chilling Neigh Ability/Spectrier’s Grim Neigh Ability. VIII

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One Piece Volumes One Piece is an action and comedy manga following the adventures of Monkey D. Luffy as he pursues his dream to become the King of the Pirates. The story follows Luffy’s adventures across seas and lifetimes, as well as those of the people he meets as they explore their own dreams and ambitions.

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1 Romance Dawn – The Dawn of the Adventure December 24, 1997 208 8 [Buy on Amazon]
2 Versus!! The Buggy Pirate Crew April 3, 1998 200 9 [Buy on Amazon]
3 Things That Can’t Be Faked June 4, 1998 200 9 [Buy on Amazon]
4 Crescent Moon August 4, 1998 192 9 [Buy on Amazon]
5 For Whom the Bell Tolls October 2, 1998 192 9 [Buy on Amazon]
6 The Oath December 3, 1998 192 9 [Buy on Amazon]
7 Old Fart March 4, 1999 192 9 [Buy on Amazon]
8 I Ain’t Gonna Die April 30, 1999 192 9 [Buy on Amazon]
9 Tears July 2, 1999 208 10 [Buy on Amazon]
10 OK, Let’s Stand Up! October 4, 1999 192 9 [Buy on Amazon]
11 Greatest Evil of the East December 2, 1999 192 9 [Buy on Amazon]
12 The Legend Has Begun February 2, 2000 192 9 [Buy on Amazon]
13 It’s Okay!!! April 28, 2000 192 9 [Buy on Amazon]
14 Instinct July 4, 2000 192 9 [Buy on Amazon]
15 Straight Ahead!!! September 4, 2000 216 10
16 Inherited Will December 4, 2000 192 9 [Buy on Amazon]
17 Hiluluk’s Sakura February 2, 2001 208 10 [Buy on Amazon]
18 Introducing Ace April 4, 2001 224 11
19 Rebellion July 4, 2001 216 10 [Buy on Amazon]
20 The End Will Be in Alubarna September 4, 2001 216 10
21 Ideal Nation December 4, 2001 192 9 [Buy on Amazon]
22 Hope!! February 4, 2002 216 10 [Buy on Amazon]
23 Vivi’s Adventure April 4, 2002 232 11 [Buy on Amazon]
24 A Man’s Dream July 4, 2002 216 10
25 The Hundred Million Man September 4, 2002 216 10 [Buy on Amazon]
26 Adventure on God’s Island December 4, 2002 200 10 [Buy on Amazon]
27 Overture February 4, 2003 192 9 [Buy on Amazon]
28 Wiper the “Berserker” May 1, 2003 192 9 [Buy on Amazon]
29 Oratorio July 4, 2003 232 11 [Buy on Amazon]
30 Capriccio October 3, 2003 216 10 [Buy on Amazon]
31 I’m Right Here December 19, 2003 216 10 [Buy on Amazon]
32 Love Song March 4, 2004 216 10 [Buy on Amazon]
33 Davy Back Fight!! June 4, 2004 232 11 [Buy on Amazon]
34 The Water Metropolis, Water 7 August 4, 2004 232 11 [Buy on Amazon]
35 Captain November 4, 2004 192 9 [Buy on Amazon]
36 The 9th Justice February 4, 2005 216 10 [Buy on Amazon]
37 Tom-san April 28, 2005 232 11 [Buy on Amazon]
38 Rocketman!! July 4, 2005 216 10 [Buy on Amazon]
39 Struggle November 4, 2005 216 10 [Buy on Amazon]
40 Gear December 26, 2005 232 11 [Buy on Amazon]
41 Declaration of War April 4, 2006 232 11 [Buy on Amazon]
42 Pirates vs. CP9 July 4, 2006 216 10 [Buy on Amazon]
43 The Legendary Hero September 4, 2006 224 10 [Buy on Amazon]
44 Let’s Return December 4, 2006 232 11 [Buy on Amazon]
45 Understanding Your Feelings March 2, 2007 216 10 [Buy on Amazon]
46 Adventure on the Ghost Island July 4, 2007 200 9 [Buy on Amazon]
47 Cloudy With a Small Chance of Bone September 4, 2007 224 10 [Buy on Amazon]
48 Oars’ Adventure December 4, 2007 232 11 [Buy on Amazon]
49 Nightmare Luffy March 4, 2008 232 11 [Buy on Amazon]
50 Arriving Once Again June 4, 2008 216 10 [Buy on Amazon]
51 The 11 Supernovas September 4, 2008 232 11 [Buy on Amazon]
52 Roger and Rayleigh December 4, 2008 216 10 [Buy on Amazon]
53 A King’s Disposition March 4, 2009 216 10 [Buy on Amazon]
54 No One Can Stop This Now June 4, 2009 216 10 [Buy on Amazon]
55 Okama in Hell September 4, 2009 200 9 [Buy on Amazon]
56 Thank You December 4, 2009 216 10 [Buy on Amazon]
57 Conflict at the Summit March 4, 2010 216 11 [Buy on Amazon]
58 I Call the Name of This Age “Whitebeard” June 4, 2010 216 11 [Buy on Amazon]
59 Portgas D. Ace Dies August 4, 2010 216 11 [Buy on Amazon]
60 My Little Brother November 4, 2010 216 10 [Buy on Amazon]
61 Romance Dawn for the new world February 4, 2011 208 9 [Buy on Amazon]
62 Adventure on Fishman Island May 2, 2011 216 11 [Buy on Amazon]
63 Otohime and Tiger August 4, 2011 232 12 [Buy on Amazon]
64 100,000 vs. 10 November 4, 2011 224 10 [Buy on Amazon]
65 To Zero February 3, 2012 216 10 [Buy on Amazon]
66 The Path Towards the Sun May 2, 2012 216 10 [Buy on Amazon]
67 Cool Fight August 3, 2012 232 11 [Buy on Amazon]
68 Pirate Alliance November 2, 2012 232 11 [Buy on Amazon]
69 SAD March 4, 2013 248 12 [Buy on Amazon]
70 Doflamingo Appears June 4, 2013 216 10 [Buy on Amazon]
71 Colosseum of Rascals August 2, 2013 216 11 [Buy on Amazon]
72 The Forgotten of Dressrosa November 1, 2013 216 10 [Buy on Amazon]
73 Operation Dressrosa SOP March 4, 2014 216 10 [Buy on Amazon]
74 I’ll Always Be By Your Side June 4, 2014 232 11 [Buy on Amazon]
75 My Repayment September 4, 2014 208 10 [Buy on Amazon]
76 Leave It and Go Ahead December 27, 2014 216 11 [Buy on Amazon]
77 Smile April 3, 2015 232 12 [Buy on Amazon]
78 The Charisma of Evil July 3, 2015 216 10 [Buy on Amazon]
79 Lucy!! October 3, 2015 200 10 [Buy on Amazon]
80 Opening Declaration December 28, 2015 216 11 [Buy on Amazon]
81 Let’s Go See Master Nekomamushi April 4, 2016 208 10 [Buy on Amazon]
82 A World Abuzz July 4, 2016 224 11 [Buy on Amazon]
83 The Yonko, Charlotte Linlin the Pirate November 4, 2016 216 11 [Buy on Amazon]
84 Luffy vs. Sanji February 3 2017 200 10 [Buy on Amazon]
85 Liar May 2 2017 200 10 [Buy on Amazon]
86 Yonko Assassination Plan August 4, 2017 224 11 [Buy on Amazon]
87 Not Sweet November 2, 2017 208 10 [Buy on Amazon]
88 Lion March 2, 2018 200 10 [Buy on Amazon]
89 Bad End Musical June 4, 2018 216 11 [Buy on Amazon]
90 The Holy Land Mary Geoise September 4, 2018 208 10 [Buy on Amazon]
91 Adventure in the Land of Samurai December 4, 2018 224 11 [Buy on Amazon]
92 The Oiran Komurasaki Appears March 4, 2019 192 10 [Buy on Amazon]
93 The Star of Ebisu Town July 4, 2019 208 11 [Buy on Amazon]
94 The Warriors’ Dreams October 4, 2019 216 11 [Buy on Amazon]
95 Oden’s Adventure December 28, 2019 208 11 [Buy on Amazon]
96 I am Oden, and I Was Born to Boil April 3, 2020 200 10 [Buy on Amazon]
97 My Bible September 16, 2020 200 10 [Buy on Amazon]
98 The Brocade of Loyal Retainers February 4, 2021 200 10 [Pre-order]
99 Straw Hat Luffy June 4, 2021 200 10
100 Haoshoku September 3, 2021 224 11
101 The Stars Take the Stage December 3, 2021 208 10

One Piece

One Piece is a Japanese manga series by Eiichiro Oda that has been running since 1997. With an extensive storyline, One Piece has reached over 600 chapters and has been translated into various languages, including English. The story centers on the adventures of Monkey D. Luffy, a young pirate who sets out to find the world’s ultimate treasure known as “One Piece”. Along the way he encounters different people, takes up different jobs, and faces diverse enemies.

In One Piece manga series there are total 101 list of volumes published by Shueisha and author name is Elichiro Oda, One of the most famous manga series in history. Here we will discuss about One Piece Anime Comics, Arcs, Box Sets, Chapters, Characters, Color Walks, Databooks, Episodes, Episodes to Chapters, Featurettes, Fillers, Foreshadows, Live Action, Log Books, Long-Term Plans, Magazines, Movies, Novels, Number Connections, Oda Comments, Omakes (Anime), Omakes (Manga).

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List of One Piece Vivre Cards

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One Piece Vivre Cards are a new card game that has just been released. The game is played with players taking turns drawing cards from one pile, with each card either being a follower or an action. A player can have up to 5 followers per turn, but cannot have more than 10 in their hand at any time.

Volumes Vivre Cards Usopp Lies that Became true TV Specials Scholastic Books Volume Sales by Year Volume Sales by Year Sagas Special Volumes Omakes Omakes (Anime) Eiichiro Oda Comments on Weekly Shōnen Jump Chapter Number Connections Novels Magazines Volumes Log Books Live Action Episodes Foreshadows Featurettes Episode to Chapter Conversion Episodes Databooks Color Walks Characters Manga Chapters Box Sets Arcs Anime Comics Movies

One Piece

One Piece is a Japanese manga series by Eiichiro Oda that has been running since 1997. With an extensive storyline, One Piece has reached over 600 chapters and has been translated into various languages, including English. The story centers on the adventures of Monkey D. Luffy, a young pirate who sets out to find the world’s ultimate treasure known as “One Piece”. Along the way he encounters different people, takes up different jobs, and faces diverse enemies.

In One Piece manga series there are total 101 list of volumes published by Shueisha and author name is Elichiro Oda, One of the most famous manga series in history. Here we will discuss about One Piece Anime Comics, Arcs, Box Sets, Chapters, Characters, Color Walks, Databooks, Episodes, Episodes to Chapters, Featurettes, Fillers, Foreshadows, Live Action, Log Books, Long-Term Plans, Magazines, Movies, Novels, Number Connections, Oda Comments, Omakes (Anime), Omakes (Manga).

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List of Usopp Lies that Became true

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23 Says that Pirates are attacking the village 28 Kuro’s army attacks the village 5 35 0.1
24 Says he fought a huge goldfish whose poop is as large as a island 128 A giant goldfish that has pooped Nanimonai Island appears 104 789 2.2
24 Says that he saw a huge mole under Kaya’s mansion 184 Miss Merry Christmas reveals her Mogu Mogu no Mi 160 1,225 3.4
24 Says that there is a Country of Dwarfs 711 Dwarves are introduced in Dressrosa 687 5,628 15.4
24 Says to be a brave warrior of the sea 367 Sogeking is revealed 343 2,681 7.3
40 Calls the shop owner an alien 438 Space Pirates appear on a Cover Story 398 3,136 8.6
40 Pretends chasing a Cerberus 444 Actual Cerberus appears in Thriller Bark 404 3,190 8.7
40 Pretends chasing a dragon 655 Actual Dragon appears in Punk Hazard 615 5,012 13.7
41 Usopp mentions a medicine that can cure everything 1,017 Miyagi reveals the super recovery drug 976 8,435 23.1
42 Says that he is an expert in sniping 367 Sogeking is revealed 325 2,548 7.0
72 Says that he has 8 thousand followers 744 Usopp saves the prisoners in Dressrosa 672 5,565 15.2
115 Claimed Luffy’s 30M first bounty is his 435 Got his first bounty at 30 million Berry 320 2,541 7.0
133 Mentions snow monsters on Drum Island 665 The Yeti Cool Brothers are introduced 532 4,396 12.0
458 Says that a beautiful swordswoman has come with meat 720 Rebecca buys meat for Luffy 262 2,289 6.3

One Piece

One Piece is a Japanese manga series by Eiichiro Oda that has been running since 1997. With an extensive storyline, One Piece has reached over 600 chapters and has been translated into various languages, including English. The story centers on the adventures of Monkey D. Luffy, a young pirate who sets out to find the world’s ultimate treasure known as “One Piece”. Along the way he encounters different people, takes up different jobs, and faces diverse enemies.

In One Piece manga series there are total 101 list of volumes published by Shueisha and author name is Elichiro Oda, One of the most famous manga series in history. Here we will discuss about One Piece Anime Comics, Arcs, Box Sets, Chapters, Characters, Color Walks, Databooks, Episodes, Episodes to Chapters, Featurettes, Fillers, Foreshadows, Live Action, Log Books, Long-Term Plans, Magazines, Movies, Novels, Number Connections, Oda Comments, Omakes (Anime), Omakes (Manga).

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