1. Ericzander
    Ericzander
    Yes, do! It's a commitment for sure, love it. I recommend 2 options to experience it. You can start by reading the manga (they have a full colored version online too if that's your style). But if you choose to watch the show (that's what I did up until the latest arc) I recommend you look up something called "one pace" which is a fan project of the anime that cuts out the filler and a lot of the scene padding. (1/4)
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  2. Ericzander
    Ericzander
    They do an excellent job with their edits and you can hardly tell that they've been edited at all. It's like a One Piece Kai. I recommend watching the subbed version but there is also a fan project that edits the Funimation dub--which isn't the worst dub in the world--but it's far behind and people universally agree that the subbed version is better. (2/4)
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  3. Ericzander
    Ericzander
    The story itself is amazing. On the surface level it's about a doofy kid who wants to be pirate king and has a silly superpower. But it becomes apparent early on that it's much more than that. The world building is incredible and you'll feel every emotion imaginable throughout the series. It handles topics such as racism, classism, war, death, and a bunch of mature topics. Don't let the length scare you away. (3/4)
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  4. Ericzander
    Ericzander
    People who say that the series is going on too long don't realize that it has to be this long with the scale of the world. But don't worry, it does have a goal and there is an ending point in sight.

    tl:dr yes. (4/4)
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