One Piece Luffy Bounty Video Ahead of Egghead Arc Anime Adaptation
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One Piece Luffy Bounty Video Ahead of Egghead Arc Anime Adaptation

There’s a new One Piece promotional video tracking what the bounty for Luffy is throughout the series ahead of the Egghead Arc anime appearance. It begins with his first one, which was 30,000,000 Berries, and ends with his current bounty of 3,000,000,000 Berries.

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Things start off in the video with the first bounty. This was the 30,000,000 Berries one. Nezumi is the one who assigned that one during the East Blue Arc. During the Arabasta Arc, that went up to 100,000,000 Berries. We then see it jump to 300,000,000, 500,000,000, 1,500,000,000, and finally 3,000,000,000 Berries.

Here’s the full video, which features scenes from the manga and anime adaptations. As the bounty for Luffy increases, we see scenes in One Piece that led up to it.

The video ends with a teaser of things to come. The Egghead Arc is about to start in the anime. Things close out by reminding folks that begins on January 7, 2024.

This isn’t the only recent video. Toei Animation also shared one teasing the Egghead Arc and the One Piece characters and their designs. For example, we get a look at folks like Ginny. 

The One Piece anime is available to stream on Netflix and Crunchyroll. The live-action adaptation’s first season is on Netflix. Viz Media handles the manga outside Japan. There will also be a One Piece Day at during a Los Angeles Rams game in December 2023. 

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