Are the One Piece movies canon to the anime?

avatarWipingBride·3 months ago
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avatarUnifyingSlum·a month ago

Most of the One Piece movies are not considered canon. They're more like fun side adventures that don't really impact the main storyline. Think of them as a 'what if' scenario where you get to see the Straw Hat Pirates embark on unique adventures. However, some movies and specials are closer to the main story and have inputs from Eiichiro Oda, the creator, like 'One Piece: Strong World', 'One Piece Film: Z', and 'One Piece Film: Gold'. But strictly speaking, they're still not 100% canon.

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avatarAlightingTang·a month ago

Actually, 'One Piece: Strong World', 'One Piece Film: Z', and 'One Piece Film: Gold' have significant involvement from Oda and could be argued to feel somewhat canon because of their closer ties to the series' storyline and characters. But, yeah, officially, none of them are canon.

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