One Piece is a huge series that began its narrative in 1977. Oda Echiiro was originally going to end One Piece in five years. But it’s been over 25 years and the series is still being written. One Piece, which has over 1000 chapters and more than 1,000 episodes of anime, is one of the longest-running Mangas in history. It also won numerous awards at the international and domestic levels.
This fleet is rare and only a few series can boast it. Because it is so large, it can be easy for one to get lost in how many issues One Piece has, how many stories and what arcs it has, and how the anime and manga compare.
We are now with the One The Piece chapter-to episode guide will show you how many episodes and chapters the anime has for each story or arc. Here’s your One Piece Chapter to Episode Guide. We bring you the most recent updates about the One Piece Series.
The One Piece Chapter to Episode Guide
The One Piece series starts with the East Blue Arc. This tells the story about our main character, who leaves his hometown to find a crew and pursue his dream of becoming the Grand Blue King of Pirates. East Blue Arc starts with a small arc known as Romance Dawn. It consists of chapters 1-7 and episodes 1-3.
East Blue Saga continues the story of Orange Town’s straw-hatted residents, with chapters 8-21 and episodes 4-8. The story of East Blue Saga then moves on to Syrup Valley. This story has One Piece chapters 22-41, as well as episodes 9-18, where they meet Ussop.
Enter Sanji, the Baratie story in East Blue. It includes One Piece chapters 42-68 as well as Episodes 19-30. Luffy is confronted by Arlong, his villain and receives his first ever bounty of $20 million. Arlong Park contains chapters 69-95 as well as episodes 31-44. Lougetown is the last tale in the East Blue Saga. It has One Piece Chapters 96 to 100 and episodes 45 and 48-53. The east blue saga has episodes 46-47, 54-61 and 56-61.
The Grand Line sees the straw hats embark on their journey in the new arc. Its first store is located in the Reverse Mountains, with chapters 101-105, and episodes 62, and 63. Whisky Peak is next to Reverse Mountain which has 9 chapters 106-114, and episodes 64–67. Then follows two episodes of supposed fillers that narrate the manga’s cover pages.
Straw Hats continue to Little Garden where they first encounter the giants. There are chapters ranging from 115 to129 and episodes ranging from 70-77. Chopper, who is on Drum Island, enters Chopper and gives him the straw hats. The story has chapters 130-154 and episodes 78-91. Then begins the main event of the arc, Arabasta, which not only gives Luffy a 100 million bounty after he defeats a warlord of the sea, but a new member known as “Nico Robin” enters the straw hats.
Arabasta is the total number of chapters in One Piece. This arc has the longest length, at 63 chapters. There are 39 episodes total for the arc, which ranges from 92 to 130. One Piece anime contains fillers from episodes 131 to 143 before moving on to the Skypiea arch.
Skypiea is the next big arc following Arabasta. This is because straw hats discover that Gol D Roger was also present and made a difference. Jaya’s arc consists of One Piece chapter 218-236 and episodes 144-152.
The main arc continues from chapters 237 to 302. It has 66 chapters and 43 episodes. Episodes 153 to 195 are the beginning episodes. The anime ends with a filler from episodes 196 to 216, where straw hats attempt to escape a marine base that they have found themselves in.
Water 7 and Ennis Lobby
Water 7 and the Ennis Lobby is where the straw hats have to fight the Marines officially for the first time, and we also know that Monkey D Garp is Luffy’s grandfather. Franky, a shipwright joins the crew and Luffy battles Ussop. We also say goodbye to the original Straw Hats ship, and Franky names the new ship Thousand Sunny.
Before you can enter the 7 islands, straw hats must first Long Ring Long Island. This is narrated by One Piece Chapters 321 to 321 and episodes 207-219. Following are fillers from 9 Foxy Pirates episodes as well as some weird games. The story then moves on to 7 islands. It is narrated in chapters 322-374, and anime episodes in 229-263.
Straw Hats board Enies Lobby immediately after water 7. They fight the CP9 gang members. Luffy uses gear two and three, while Zoro uses Ashura nine swords-style. Ennis Lobby ends with Robin asking Luffy to take her to Seas with the straw hats. It was narrated in chapters 375 through 430 and anime episodes from 226 to 290. The arc continues with a filler of episodes and a postEnies Lobby Story (chapters 431-441, anime episodes 313-325).
Thriller Bark Arc
It begins with small anime fillers and ends with Luffy defeating Gecko Maria, a warlord from One Piece. We have literal skeleton Brook joining the straw hats, who asks if he could see ladies’ panties. The manga series has been narrated in 442 to 489 chapters, and the anime episodes in 337 to 381. After an anime filler, the last arc is entered.
Summit War Arc
Summit War Arc continues to be regarded as one of the best, or even the best, One Piece arcs. The crew gathers on Sabaody Island, where they encounter a new admiral, Kizaru, and if not were to Kuma’s help, they would have died. Sabiody arc runs from One Piece chapte490r 490- 513 to anime’s 385-405 episodes.
We see Luffy on Amazon Lily Island after the straw hats are separated. Chapters 490-513 and episode 408-417. Between the episodes, fillers are provided for Luffy’s adventures in Impel Down to save himself and his brother Jinbei (chapters 525-549, episodes 422-452).
After the Impel Down, another filler arc begins the Summit War Arc. Also known as Marine Ford Arc. Here things get turned and the straw men decide to spend 2 years in separation. Marine Ford Arc is told in chapters 550-580, and anime episodes 457-489. A post-war arc is where straw hats take a break from work and train in chapters 581-597, and episodes 490-516.
Post-time Skip arcs
There are 5 arcs that follow the two year time skip. Six of them are the final. The arc begins with Straw Hats and Shirahosi meeting again on Sabody Island after two years. They then embark on Fishman Island where they meet Poseidon, the first ancient weapon.
Return of Straw Hats is told in chapters 598-602 as well as episodes 517-522. From chapters 603-653, and episodes 523-574, Fishman Island begins. The movie’s filler begins with the Punk Hazard Arc. They ally themselves with Law and meet Kinemon, Momosuke, and other characters in chapters 654-699-episodes 579-625.
The second longest arc of One Piece, Dressrosa, begins at this point. This arc spans chapters 700-801 to episodes 629-746. We see Luffy use the gear 4 again, and defeat another warlord. There are very few fillers before the start of Whole Cake Island. The Zou arc is narrated chapters 802-824, and episodes 751-779.
The anime that follows Whole Cake is Zou’s. However, there is some filler. Whole Cake Island contains 78 chapters, ranging from 825-902 to anime episodes 783-783 to 877. The longest arc in the series is Wano. We also have a Levely Arc of 5 chapters that spans 903 to 908 as well as episodes 878-889. Wano Arc is a series that begins in chapter 909, and ends in chapter 1057. It has a total length of 148 chapters. As of writing, the anime still displays the Wano Arc and is half-done.
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