Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'piece'.
Found 4 results
The entire experience of playing KHDDD will now forever be different due to the reveal about Dream Eaters in the finale of KHUχ. I'll never be able to look at Dream Eaters the same way again. And I love that. We literally collect dead/"sleeping" children like they're Pokémon. That's dark as hell. I guess we now know why they're called "Spirits." Instead of seeing them as cuddly and cute animal creatures, I now look at them with sorrow. These were our friends and companions. Our fellow Dandelions. It makes so much more sense now why we see a scene of Ventus smiling at the end of KHDDD when Sora goes back to the realm of sleep to greet his Dream Eaters. And why one of the most prominent things Ventus remembers from his long time in Sora's heart is seeing "weird animal creatures." I don't even want to think about what the Dream Pieces from KHDDD implies. Collecting and putting together pieces of dead kids? Kingdom Hearts really went there. And when your Dream Eater loses all of its health in KHDDD, it'll permanently die unless you quickly run up to it and save it. Pain. Just pain. EDIT: I'd like to clarify that the Spirit Dream Eaters aren't just the sleeping hearts of the wielders. They are the sleeping hearts of the wielders formed together with their Chirithys. Their Chirithys form together with their sleeping hearts to protect and watch over them. It can sort of be seen as the Chirithys turning into protective shells over the hearts. And that's what Spirit Dream Eaters are. Chirithys and the sleeping hearts of the Dandelions merged into one.
~ SYNOPSIS ~ They called it the "Battle of Marineford", a colossal struggle between pirates and the World Government with the life of the son of Gol D. Roger on the line. The outcome changed the landscape of the entire world: Portgas D. Ace, the son of Roger, fell, and so did the fearsome and legendary captain Edward Newgate, aka "Whitebeard", who led his battalions into war against the Marines to save his fellow comrade. But because of Whitebeard's valiance, and his declaration to those who opposed him and revered him that the fabled treasure One Piece was, in face, real, countless souls from all over the seas joined the already collective pirate mass of the Grand Pirate Era and set their sights on taking the treasure for themselves, or for some, to make other dreams a reality. And who among these pirates dared to venture out, daring to go as far as to traverse the perilous landscape known as the New World? That's right... it's YOU! Come forward and begin your Romance Dawn!! ~ PIRATE'S LOG ~ Name: Gender: Race: Epitaph (nickname): Bounty: Role: Appearance: Devil Fruit: (if not using one, leave N/A) Haki: (read above) Abilities: (fighting style, special talents, etc.) Background: Dream: (to be a great pirate, to find a certain treasure other than One Piece, etc.) Sign the bottom of your sheet with a "WE ARE!" at the end to confirm you have read the synopsis as well as the following section below: ~RULES/POLICIES ~ All standard KH13 rules apply. Try to post as frequently as you can despite personal business getting in the way. The sign-ups thread doubles as a discussion thread. Feel free to converse with other players during downtime. Contact me in PM if you have a concern or query concerning the RP. This RP is rated PG-13. Mild swearing, violence, and sexual content is allowed, but don't go overboard. Do not God Mod. I expect fights to be creative and complex given the nature of the series, but don't just overpower everybody. Be fair and be respectful. Remember: this will be a crew of pirates led by me, the captain, so if make a decision in-story that requires the entirety of the crew's participation, I would advise you to follow it for the sake of the narrative. Not trying to limit people's creativity, but sometimes, you just gotta do it. For "Roles" section of log: everybody gets one. There can only be one navigator, one swordsman, one sniper, etc. If you're stuck on what role to be, feel free to be creative and choose a more unique role for yourself if you feel the standard ones don't apply to you. ~THE CREW SO FAR~ The Captain: Me
Ahoy, motherf*ckers! So, I've been fiddling around with this idea for a while now. It's especially come to an head recently as I am still on my seemingly endless quest to catch up with the One Piece anime. (Still about 300 episodes to go, if you're wondering... yaaay...) But yeah, a One Piece RP is just something I thought would be fun to do. I actually tried doing something like this a while back when I randomly made a sign-ups thread for a OP crossover with DragonBall and Naruto but... in hindsight, I realized that maybe that wasn't such a good idea, at least in terms of how I went about it. This is a lot more simplistic, let's say. If you're wondering what I have in mind for a story... well, I have a couple of ideas, but nothing set in stone. This is an interest check in the most bluntest of ways as I'm just seeing how many role-players are in fact also One Piece fans or at least interested in the sort of thing a OP RP would provide before setting things in stone. It's just a regular precaution I take with most of my RPs because well, why go through the trouble of building your set-up if nobody cares, right? Still, in any case, here's what you can expect: you'll be a pirate, have your own nickname and bounty, assign yourself either a Devil Fruit power or any other type of unique fighting style, and you'll join a completely original crew with your own role. I of course will be the captain, but hey, that's a given. Of course any of this might change once I start getting the wheels turning, but there you go. So yeah, anybody who likes One Piece and roleplaying, lend me your ear. And even if you're a roleplayer who's not really into One Piece, I encourage you to at least give it a try. It's a very diverse and fun environment to put yourself in and you might find some enjoyment out of it regardless.
Hey guys! So, I’ve been wanting to do a review like this for a while now, and I decided that now would be a good time, for whatever reason. Hope you guys like it! Also, there will be NO MAJOR SPOILERS for the anime nor the manga of One Piece. The only things that will be spoiled are the names of certain locations and characters. No major plot points will be brought up. Overview: One Piece Pirate Warriors 3, released in August 2015 in North America and Europe for PS3, PS4, PSVita & Windows PCs, is an action game published by Namco Bandai and developed by Omega Force. It is, clearly, the third in the Pirate Warriors series, which is a series of One Piece games made in the same way games like Dynasty Warriors and Hyrule Warriors are. Now, Warriors games in of themselves are very subjective. Several people love them, and several people hate them. It really is just a case of, “Will you get bored with this in 15 minutes?”. With that being said, let’s get on with the show! Presentation: Pirate Warriors 3 looks very good. The environments have nice and fun details to them, and all the visual effects for the characters’ attacks are fun to look at, too. The character models themselves are just alright for the PS4, but considering they look pretty much identical to the PS3 version, it’s not that big of a deal. And of course, the number of enemies that can be on screen is truly amazing. There can be hundreds of enemies on-screen at once without any slow-down. Though this number of enemies really is only limited to the PS4 version, as the PS3, Vita, & strangely even the PC versions cannot have that many enemies on-screen at once. This is really the only reason to get either the PS4 version over any of the others if you can. The voice acting is, sadly, completely Japanese. There’s no way to change the voices to English. Which is a shame, because the voice acting in the English dub of the One Piece anime is great, and having all the voice actors come back for their roles would be great. However, in the end, it’s not that big of a deal. Story: The story is...well, pretty much how it’s followed in the anime/manga. Though for anybody curious, without any major spoilers, here’s a basic run-down: Monkey D. Luffy, a young man with a straw hat that can stretch his body out to insane lengths, journeys out to sea so he can find the One Piece and become the king of the pirates. Along the way, he meets several characters that join him in his crew, including Zoro, Nami, Usopp, and Sanji. Together, they adventure through the East Blue, the Grand Line, and the New World, helping others along the way and defeating powerful foes, both other pirates and Government officials included. That’s a basic summary of the plot. If it sounds interesting to you, I recommend that you check out the anime or manga. The game itself only follows the most important parts of the story, and you’d get a much better experience of the story with either of those. With that being said, there is one part of the story, the final chapter specifically, that is considered non-canon to the actual story of One Piece. Gameplay: This is the biggest, and best, part of Pirate Warriors 3. Gameplay in this game has you mowing down thousands of enemies per stage, pressing buttons to perform ridiculous combos that give you a great sense of power. And of course, each character is unique in play style. As you play as a character, you can level him/her up, and use coins to upgrade your character. The game also has several modes for you to play through. Legend Log is the basic story mode. You play through important locales throughout the series on a stage-by-stage basis. Doing certain things within these stages, such as getting an S rank on them or doing in-stage missions, will get you coins that you can use to upgrade your characters’ stats, or unlock new costumes/special moves. Also, naturally playing through all of Legend Log unlocks most of the characters in the game, as well as several costumes. Free Log lets you play through any stage in Legend Log with any character and any costume. Most of the same things in Legend Log apply here, except you may need to play some stages in Free Log to unlock some things, like costumes. Dream Log is one of the more unique modes in the game. This mode has you walking from island to island on a world map. Each island is a new stage for you to play through, and several islands have powerful foes for you to fight against. The first time you play through it, each powerful foe that you defeat adds him to your roster of playable characters. And of course, awaiting at the end of it all is Red-Haired Shanks himself! Nightmare Log is the same thing as Dream Log, except all of the islands you go to are Level 100; 50 levels above your typical maximum. You need to unlock certain coins to make it so that your characters can break the level 50 level cap. And even then, good luck trying to beat all the islands. Nightmare Log is a huge challenge, and you’ll be lucky to die only a dozen handfuls of times. With all of that out of the way, I do have a couple of problems with the gameplay. First, the camera can be bad at times, though this isn’t too often. Second, and this really is just a small and personal bias, I feel like several characters that should have been playable in the game just weren’t. Hody, Arlong, and Kuro just to name a few. Though neither of those are massive problems. Rating: One Piece Pirate Warriors 3 is a fantastic game, not just for One Piece fans but also for fans of either high-action games or the Warriors games. While it does have a few minor problems, the game is still amazing. I give Pirate Warriors 3 a rating of… 9/10!