Best arcs in One Piece

One piece is a Japanese manga series and follows the story of the adventures of Monkey D. Luffy. Luffy and his team are on a mission to explore the world’s ultimate treasure, known as the “One Piece”. If you are new to this manga series and want to read it arc by arc, here we present you with some best arcs of the series.

Marineford 

Marineford arc includes chapters 550 to 580. The arc was a major turning point in the series’ narrative. We see a long-awaited fight between Whitebeard Pirates and the World Government of Navy and Warlords. One of the most shocking things happens toward the end of this arc when Ace dies protecting Luffy from Marine admiral Akainu.

 

Best arcs in One Piece

Alabasta

The Alabasta arc includes chapters 155 to 217. The story follows Straw Hats and their journey to Alubarna. Later we get to see a massive war between the kingdom’s royal guards and the rebels. The arc also introduces characters like Ace, Robin, and Smoker.

 

Best arcs in One Piece

 

Arlong Park (Chapters: 69 to 95)

Arlong Park arc impacted a great change to the series. In this arc, prominent themes were explored through the storyline. This includes themes of racism and oppression. The key moment in this arc includes the Walk to Arlong Park and the Death of Bellemere.

 

Best arcs in One Piece

Sabaody Archipelago (Chapters: 490-513)

The Sabaody Archipelago arc is the 19th arc in the series and follows Luffy and his crew as they encounter a deadly slave trading. The arc explores the themes of discrimination and slavery.

Best arcs in One Piece

Water 7 (Chapters: 332 to 374)

The 15th arc of the series is one hell of a ride for fans emotionally and in terms of the story too. There are a lot of plot twists in this arc, including the fight between Luffy and Usopp. The arc also introduces us to the secret Cipher Pol organisation CP9.

 

Best arcs in One Piece

The above arcs are not ranked in any order but include some of the best arcs that define the series.

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