A Guide To A One Piece Game: Island, Devil Fruits, Fighting Styles

One Piece Game is a Roblox game inspired by the famous anime One Piece. In the game, you sail around islands, munch on devil fruits to gain special powers, track down pirates to nab their loot, and move forward by completing in-game tasks.

In this guide, you will learn about the game:

  • Islands
  • Devil fruits
  • Fighting styles

Let’s dive In.

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A One-Piece Game Islands Guide

In the Game, every place you go is an island. Each island is special and comes with its set of buildings, characters (NPCs), creatures (mobs), and missions (quests). However, two seas split these islands, and there are twenty-three Islands In the game with different numbers and features.

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1. Starter Island

Starter Island

Start your game journey at the first stop, the Starter Island. Imagine a lively town with windmills, an arch, a port, a bandit camp, and a run-down watchtower.

It’s not part of the main story, but it’s got some interesting characters. You will meet a spawn point setter, a Traveling Merchant selling Island Tracker, XurySenpai selling Quest Scrolls, and more. Sanji’s here too, offering the Black Leg fighting style. Don’t forget to get some quests and rewards as you explore!

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2. Shells Town

Shells Town

Next is Shells Town, the second island. It’s the place where Luffy and Zoro first met. Colorful houses, docks, and a Marine base make it feel real.

Zoro’s also hang around, offering some sword fighting styles for purchase. And there are quests too, like getting rid of Marines for rewards.

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3. Wilderness

Wilderness

The Wilderness Island is a non-canon jungle with docks and pirates. And your mission is to take down 30 pirates for B$30,000.

4. Arlong Park

Arlong Park

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The fourth island is Arlong Park.  It looks like the one from the East Blue series. There are two towns, Arlong’s mansion, and paddy fields.

You will encounter a Fishman offering Fishman Karate for 600,000 Beli. Quests involve taking down Fishmen and Stronger Fishmen for some sweet rewards.

Orange Town Island number five is Orange Town, where Luffy meets Nami and messes with the Buggy Pirates. It’s a simple town with a central road, a port, and Buggy’s hat-adorned arch. There’s even a quest to eliminate 20 Buggy Pirates for a reward of B$50,000.

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5. Skypiea

Skypiea

Island number six is Skypiea, a sky island where Luffy took down Enel. There are three connected islands, an entrance, a central town, and a chapel. However, getting there is tricky, you might need to jump, use Devil Fruit powers, or flaunt your fighting style abilities.

6. Desert Island

Desert Island

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I am moving on to the seventh island, a Desert Island inspired by Alabasta, Grand Line’s kingdom. There’s a town divided by a main road, bandit camps, and rocky terrain with fossils.

Get your spawn point set at the docks and tackle quests involving Desert Bandits, their leader, and Crocodile for some cool rewards.

7. Arena

Arena

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Island number eight gives off Dressrosa feelings with its central colosseum surrounded by lava and rocks. Engage in a quest to defeat “The Boss” for a reward of B$250,000, with a rare 1.5% chance of dropping Conqueror’s Haki.

8. Marineford

Marineford

The ninth island is Marineford, the site of the Summit War. It’s shaped like a crescent and has inner cannons, an execution platform, a plaza, a watchtower, and a large building with a pagoda.

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You can get your spawn point set at the execution platform and embark on quests involving defeating Strong Marines or even Whitebeard for some serious Beli.

9. Syrup Village

Syrup Village

The tenth island is inspired by East Blue’s Syrup Village. It’s where Luffy meets Usopp and has a showdown with the pirate Kuro.

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The village has a slope entrance leading to Kaya’s mansion. Set your spawn point by the house past the slope and take on a quest to defeat Usopp for a reward of B$300,000.

10. Impel Down

Impel Down

Island eleven takes you underwater to a prison similar to the one Luffy went to for Ace. It has inner and outer walls, a bridge entrance, and a grassy terrain leading to an empty building. Engage in quests involving defeating Magellan for B$800,000 or Impel Guards for B$500,000.

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11. Flamingo’s Island

Flamingo's Island

For the challenging eighteenth island, make sure your health is at least 90,000. Conquer it by defeating 10 Goons for a reward of B$750,000 and taking down Doflamingo for B$1,200,000.

12. Luffy’s Island

Luffy's Island

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Island thirteen is inhabited by Mountain Bandits and Luffy. There’s a normal Luffy, and you may even have a 1% chance to get Gear 2nd if you use the Rubber Fruit to defeat Luffy.

13. Ice Island

 Ice Island

The fourteenth island is home to Sword Marines and Trained Marines. Quest Dummy 14 tasks you with eliminating 10 Sword Marines for B$950,000, 10 Trained Marines for B$1,000,000, and Smoker for B$1,650,000.

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14. Punk Hazard

Punk Hazard

Island fifteen has two sides, each with a boss associated with Caesar and Akainu. Prepare for significant challenges on both sides.

15. Phoenix Nest

Phoenix Nest

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The sixteenth island is the Marco and Katakuri location. Marco drops Phoenix Scrolls [1-5%], and Katakuri offers various drops, including Mochi Fruit [0.1%].

16. Germa 66

Island seventeen is modeled after Germa Kingdom. It’s got Germa Soldiers, Lieutenants, Generals, Sergeant Majors, Ichiji, Niji, Reiju, and Stealth Black Sanji.

Engage with Ifrit Sanji for a quest requiring Germa race, Exoskeleton, and True Black Leg. The Germa Doctor, located in the laboratory, provides an Exoskeleton for 50b Beli (Germa race only).

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17. Buggy Island

The eighteenth island is Captain Buggy, Buggy General, and Strong Buggy Pirates place. Quest 18 involves a big circus with these characters.

The Quest Dummy 18 represents a black lizard, and Buggy wields the Chop Fruit. Buggy Generals offer 10K Bounty, Strong Buggy Pirates give 2K, and Captain Buggy provides 2.5M.

18. New Alabasta

The Alabasta Kingdom inspires Island Twenty. Sand Generals, Elite Desert Bandits, and Awakened Crocodiles inhabit it. Quest Dummy 20 offers challenges and rewards.

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19. Logue Town

This island has many features, including the GemMerchant, Mihawk Trainer, and Luffy Boss. Equip the Rubber Fruit to obtain Gear 2 from Luffy.

20. Land of Judgement

The final island in the first sea is notably sought after by the formidable boss “Awakened LAW.” Awakened LAW Boss Drops include Kikoku [1%] and True Kikoku Scroll [5%]. Participate in challenges to defeat Awakened LAW and obtain rare drops.

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A One-Piece Game Devil Fruits Guide

Devil fruits in the One Piece game grant players different superhuman abilities, like manipulating strings or creating body parts.

The Mochi Fruit is a special Paramecia that gives Logia-like powers, which allow the player to transform into, create, and control mochi.

However, it’s not officially classified as a Logia because mochi is a manmade food, not a natural element. In the game, having the Mochi Fruit doesn’t grant Logia-like intangibility.

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In line with the original series, Devil Fruit users lose the ability to swim, taking damage in the ocean. Fishmen experience less damage.

Some fruits, like the magma and ice types, let users walk on water, while others enable flying. Traveling across the ocean usually requires using ships.

Players can only have one Devil Fruit ability at a time, saved upon exiting the game. And to change abilities, visit the “Fruit Shop” or pay 5 million Beli in LogueTown.

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Removing abilities via game or promo codes isn’t recommended. Although limited to one ability, players can store multiple fruits in their inventory, tradable to others. Awakened fruits or rubber fruit gears stay tied to the account. To remove an awakening, visit an NPC in Lougetown.

Technically, players can hold multiple fruits using in-game storage, allowing for strategic switching between ‘grinding’ and ‘power’ fruits for different challenges, like Operation and Rubber for dungeons.

List of Devil Fruits

Certainly! Here’s the Devil Fruits guide converted into a table format:

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Devil Fruits
Type
Rarity
Awakening
Common Devil Fruits
Chop V2 (Gem Merchant)
Paramecia
Common
No
Invisible Fruit (Suke Suke no Mi)
Paramecia
Uncommon
No
Barrier Fruit (Bari Bari no Mi)
Paramecia
Bombastic
No
Bomb Fruit (Bomu Bomu no Mi)
Paramecia
Rare
Rare Devil Fruits
Venom V2 (Venom Scroll)
Venom Fruit (Doku Doku No Mi)
Rare
Fire V2 (Gem Merchant)
Fire Fruit (Mera Mera no Mi)
Rare
Ice V2 (Ice Scroll)
Ice Fruit (Hie Hie no Mi)
Rare
Lightning V2 (Gem Merchant)
Lightning Fruit (Goro Goro no Mi)
Rare
Smoke V2 (Gem Merchant)
Smoke Fruit (Moku Moku no Mi)
Rare
Light V2 (Light Scroll) / Light V3 (Light Scroll)
Light Fruit (Pika Pika No Mi)
Rare
Gas V2 (Gas Scroll)
Gas Fruit (Gasu Gasu no mi)
Rare
Sand V2 (Gem Merchant)
Sand Fruit (Suna Suna no Mi)
Rare
Legendary Devil Fruits
Magma V2 (Gem Merchant)
Magma Fruit (Magu Magu no Mi)
Legendary
Quake V2 (Quake Scroll) / Quake V3 (Quake Scroll)
Quake Fruit (Gura Gura no Mi)
Legendary
Gravity V2 (Gem Merchant)
Gravity Fruit (Zushi Zushi no Mi)
Legendary
No
Flower Fruit (Hana Hana no Mi)
Paramecia
Legendary
No
Paw Fruit (Nikyu Nikyu no Mi)
Paramecia
Legendary
No
Mythical Devil Fruits
Phoenix V2 (Phoenix Scroll)
Phoenix Fruit (Tori Tori No Mi, Model: Phoenix)
Mythical
No
Buddha Fruit (Hito Hito No Mi, Model: Daibutsu)
Mythical Zoan
Mythical
No
Rubber Fruit (Gomu Gomu No Mi / Hito Hito no Mi, Model: Nika)
Paramecia / Mythical Zoan
Mythical
Operation V2 (True Kikoku Scroll)
Operation Fruit (Ope Ope no mi)
Mythical
String V2 (Gem Merchant)
String Fruit (Ito Ito no mi)
Mythical
Dark V2 (Gem Merchant)
Dark Fruit (Yami Yami No Mi)
Mythical
Dragon V2 (Fire Dragon Scroll / Hybrid Scroll)
Dragon Fruit (Uo Uo No Mi, Model: Seiryu)
Mythical Zoan
Mythical
Mochi V2 (Gem Merchant)
Mochi Fruit (Mochi Mochi No Mi)
Special Paramecia
Mythical
Magnet Fruit (Jiki Jiki No Mi)
Paramecia
Mythical
No
Soul V2 (Gem Merchant / Misery Scroll / Soulfire Scroll)
Soul Fruit (Soru Soru No Mi)
Mythical
No
Leopard V2 (Leopard Scroll)
Leopard Fruit (Neko Neko No Mi, Model: Leopard)
Zoan
Mythical
Revive Fruit (Yomi Yomi no Mi)
Paramecia
Mythical
No
Love Fruit (Mero Mero no Mi)
Paramecia
Mythical
No
Kings Fruit (Ryu Ryu no Mi, Model: Pteranodon)
Ancient Zoan
Mythical
Sing Fruit (Uta Uta no Mi)
Paramecia
Donate
Vampire Fruit (Batto-Batto No Mi: Model Vampire)
Mythical Zoan
Donate

A One-Piece Game Fighting Styles Guide

There are nine different styles of fighting In the game:

1. Black Leg

Black Leg Style is a fighting technique where you use only your legs in combat, leaving your arms for other things. It’s the fighting style of Sanji, the Straw Hat Pirates’ cook.

You can learn it from Sanji for B$500,000. If you want to level up, you can evolve Black Leg for B$20,000,000, which can unlock a move called Double Diable Jambe.

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Double Diable Jambe can develop into True Black Leg, but you’ll need at least 2.8K Strength, 2.5K Haki, and 2K Defense for your character.

You’ll have to cough up 1 Billion Beli as learning fees. Plus, you’ve got to make sure you’ve already mastered the Double Diable Jambe ability.

And true Black Leg can transform into Ifrit Jambe. To pull off this fiery move, you’ll need to be part of the Germa race, have an exoskeleton, boast 4K strength, 3K haki, and 3.8K defense. Once you meet these criteria, just have a chat with Ifrit Sanji and complete his quest.

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2. True Black Leg

True Black Leg is a combat technique where the user relies solely on their legs. Sanji, the Straw Hat Pirates’ cook, is a practitioner of this style.

You can learn True Black Leg by training with Sanji in Second Sea at Wano, but it’ll cost you B$1,000,000,000. To qualify, you’ll need 2.8k strength, 2.5k haki, and 4k defense.

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You can grow True Black Leg into Ifrit Jiambe. For this upgrade, gather Exoskeleton, be part of the Germa Race, and have 7k strength, 3k haki, and 6k defense. You can purchase Ifrit Jiambe in Wano for B$1,000,000,000.

3. Fishman Karate

Fishman Karate is a battle strategy that incorporates basic martial arts with the manipulation of water. While it’s commonly practiced by members of the Fish-Man race, anyone can learn it.

To acquire this skill, head to Arlong Park and undergo training from the Fishman, requiring an investment of B$600,000. If you want to take Fishman Karate to the next level, you can awaken it into Fishman Karate V2.

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And, to achieve this, make sure you already have Fishman Race V2, accumulate 4 fish energy, possess B$750B, maintain a strength level of 4.7k, and achieve 5 sea beast kills. This upgraded version adds more power to your Fishman Karate abilities.

4. Electro

Electro is a fighting style in which you generate electricity. While, in the original series, only Mink race members can use it, in the game, you can learn it by training with Carrot for B$550,000.

5. Electro V2

To obtain Electro V2, you need to talk to Pedro NPC located in the center of the tower on New Zou, along with the quest giver.

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Make sure you meet the following requirements: have 750 Billion Beli, possess 4.7k Strength, and defeat 3 Awakened Kaidos Mink Awakened.

Additionally, acquire 4 Moon Fragments from Inurasha and Nekomuncho on New Zou Island in Sea 3. These fragments have an unknown chance of dropping.

However, the Electro V2 mode improves your gameplay by providing 1.5 times the global damage, 2 times the fighting style damage, and 4 times the jump/geppo speed. So, by completing these steps, you’ll be able to unlock the Electro V2.

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6. Rokushiki

Rokushiki is a combat style with three main moves and one super move. You can learn it by training with the Rokushiki Trainer for B$10,000,000.

7. Cyborg

Cyborg is a type of fighting style that Franky uses, and although it’s not officially named in the original series, it’s pretty much what it sounds like – a style for cyborgs.

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If you’re interested in learning it, you can get it from the Cyborg Trainer, but it’ll cost you B$35,000,000,000. Just a heads up, though, you need to be part of the cyborg race to pick up this skill.

It’s a decent fighting style, ranking as the second-best, but here’s the thing, it doesn’t give you any extra damage when you’re using fruits or swords.

8. Garp

Garp is a special fighting style you can learn at Garp Island in the 3rd Sea. To unlock it, you’ll need 750B Beli, a strength level of 5,000, awaken the Human race, complete the Pica Dungeon five times, and have 4 Cannonballs.

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You can get Cannonballs with a 6% chance of defeating the Garp boss on Garp Island in the 3rd sea. This style boosts your damage in battles, it does 1.4 times more damage globally and 2.1 times more damage specifically for this fighting style.

9. Dragon Claw

To get the Dragon Claw, talk to Sabo NPC at the Revolutionary Base (Third Sea). He’ll ask you for 1 Trillion Beli, 6k Strength, 6 Pika Dungeon victories, Human Awakened, and 4 Dragon Talons.

Kill the Flame Emperor at Revolutionary Base to get the Dragon Talons. The mode boosts you with 1.5x global damage, 1.5x speed, 1.5x jump, 1.3x damage reduction, and 1.6x fighting style damage.

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