I remember it vividly and all kinds of little things come rushing back to me as I sit and think of those long bygone days in First of all the headmistress took me along to Class 1, where I was introduced to my teacher named Miss Stevens. She was a very pleasant dark haired lady who soon put me at ease. After settling in with all the other new boys and girls, our names were called out off the register which was done each morning, I believe there were about 35 pupils in our class.
RoseDragonWitch In the middle of some strange ruins, Luffy disappeared. As the rest of the Straw Hats try to find him, they end up travelling through his memories and are trapped in the past, with no idea to how to get out or how to find their captain.
But not all things are meant to be seen… how will they take to seeing what had Luffy been hiding from them? The Mystery Rock and the Strange Ruins The sun was shining down just as a cool sea breeze came drifting softly over the railing; seagulls flocked above them casting the only shadows on the deck of the Thousand Sunny.
The Straw Hat Pirates were up and each was enjoying the nice day… Nami was in the library, catching up on two years of maps and charts from her time on Weatheria; she kept the window open so that she could enjoy the light sea breeze… for once able to relax without worrying about the change of weather thanks to that clear blue sky.
He glanced up at the bright sun and smiled widely at the warm air before he went back to work tending his precious arsenal.
Chopper was on deck, lying on the grass and letting his plants dry out in this hot weather while he drank the icy lemonade that Sanji made. Just at that moment, Sanji came out of the kitchen, a lit cigarette in his mouth, taking relief for the quick breath of fresh air after having been inside cooking over a hot stove all day.
He breathed in deeply before he called out to them all, "Lunch will be ready in another hour! Next to him, Robin giggled lightly as she stretched out on her lawn chair, enjoying a new book on history that she had bought from the last town they had been at.
She reached over to take a sip of her lemonade before she went back to reading about the most common legends in the New World.
While on the starboard side, the captain, Straw Hat Luffy was enjoying fishing. When he finally got a bite he cried out excitedly, "HEY!
Stretching his arm out, he grabbed hold of it, thinking it was a fish… only to pull it back and realize that it was a rock. Frowning in disappointment, he was about to throw it back when he noticed something strange about it.
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But what fascinated him the most was the fact that it was glowing slightly… like there was a faint light inside it.
Luffy stared down at it in amazement, before he tried to take a bite out of it… only to end up almost breaking his teeth.
How many rocks do you see do that?! Not that I have eyes, Yohohoho.
Do you see it? I devote this entire meal to you!
Usopp and Chopper on either rise of him, also beaming and jumping around, wondering just what kind of island they were going to set foot on this time. When they were close enough, they could see that most of the island was covered in grassy fields and flowers, but they were also near a long, winding river that seemed to lead them close to a dense forest much farther back.
A few minutes later, the ship entered the forest, and was almost completely out of sight of the ocean. Once there, the three trouble makers jumped off without a second thought. It could be dangerous! Who knows what we could find here. Immediately Usopp stopped laughing and froze in mid-chase of playing tag with Chopper.
He looked up to Nami and called, "Oi! Are we in any danger? After all, Usopp, brave warrior of the sea, always laughs in the face of danger! But as long as we keep an eye on those clouds, we should be just fine. But stay on guard guys! Remember, this is the New World, anything can happen here!
Robin, you really need to stop scaring them for your own entertainment," Franky told her as she merely smiled back innocently. Usopp secretly wiped his sweat away and forced a laugh.
After spending at least a week at sea, it felt good to be on land and exploring the island. They wandered through the grassy fields, Chopper stopping to gather flowers, and looking for any other signs of humans.
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