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What do you think were these reference materials?

What do you think were these reference materials?

What do you think were these reference materials?

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  1. As he said in the next sentence, probably texts about pirates and the era they were active in.

  2. He probably did a lot of research on pirates since most of the characters are based of real pirates such as blackbeard being based off the real life pirate Edward Teach better known as blackbeard and gol.d Roger was based off Olivier Levasseur. So oda was probably referring to getting references from pirates from books and stuff

  3. What do you mean, what were those reference materials? Books, obviously of a historical variety and probably focused on the histories of the British Empire and the other various nautical powers of the period.

  4. Pirates: Based on real life pirates

    Marshall D. Teach (Edward Teach), Gol D. Roger (Henry Avery), Roronoa Zoro (Francois l’Ollonais), Big Mom (Charlotte de Berry), Jewelry Bonney (Anne Bonney), Lafitte (Jean Lafitte), Trafalgar Law (Edward Low), Basil Hawkins (Basil Ringrose), Rayleigh (Sir Walter Rayleigh), Eustass Kidd (William Kidd), X Drake (Francis Drake), Apoo (Chui A-poo)

    Admirals: Based on Japanese actors

    Aokiji (Yusaka Matsuda), Kizaru (Kunie Tanaka), Akainu (Bunta Sugawara), Fukitora (Shintaro Kasu)

  5. There is a nice book on pirates called the Mammoth book of pirates. It has all these amazing characters with crazy notorious deeds. Maybe

  6. Heard somewhere that when one piece was doodles in his school books he was inspired by Vicky the Viking.

  7. Probably something nothing to do with pirates because one piece and pirates are completely different.

  8. The a book called “the robberies and murders of the most notorious pyrates” published in the late 1700 and its considered to be the holy grail of pirate info since its one of the few books that is debated to be written by an actual pirate

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