One Piece Unlimited Cruise
Everything but a Walkthrough FAQ
Written by Razum (Razum12321@gmail.com)

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Table of Contents
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Section 1. Intro						[S1IN]
Section 2. General Info (Controls, Menus, Etc)                  [S2GI]
Section 3. Move Lists (Story Mode, not VS mode)                 [S3ML]
Section 4a. Items Locations                                     [S4IL]
Section 4b. Items Dropped by Enemies                            [S4ED]			
Section 5. Bug List, Locations, and Drops                       [S5BL]
Section 6. Fish List and Locations                              [S6FL]
Section 7. Sanji's Culinary Cuisine                             [S7SC]
Section 8. Chopper's Magicl Medicine                            [S8CM]
Section 9. Ussop's Wondrous Workshop                            [S9UW]
Section 10. Gaburi and Franky's OP Requirements                 [S10G]
Section 11. VS Mode (Menus and Unlocking Characters)            [S11V]
Section 12. Monuments, Fishing Spots, Trap Spots, Etc           [S12M]
Section 13. FAQs                                                [S13F]
Section 14. Version History                                     [S14V]
Section 15. Legal Info                                          [S15L]
Section 16. Thanks                                              [S16T]

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Section 1 - Intro [S1IN]
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Yeah, yeah, first FAQ I've actually started and then worked through to 
completion. My total experience on this type of stuff is low. My knowledge 
of the japanese written and spoken word is next to none. Please be gentle 
with the mistakes you may (read as probably will) find in this guide. I'll 
do my best to put nothing but correct spelling, grammar, and info in this, 
but sooner or later I'm bound to screw up somewhere >.> It didn't help that 
when I copied and pasted this into a program with spell checking, it 
completely screwed up my spacing, so I trashed that idea. Please bear with 
any spelling mistakes you may find, I'll do my best to find and fix any 
that my be within these pages.


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Section 2 - General Info (Controls, Menus, Etc) [S2GI]
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General Info
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Alright, hopefully I'll explain this without confusing to many people, and I 
apologize in advance if I fail that >.>

Like all great arcs in One Piece, the game starts with the crew sailing along. 
I won't give a story-translation, because I don't have that myself. Anyway, 
some islands will raise from the water, and the goal of the game seems to be 
to travel them and help your new buddy, Gaburi, become stronger. You do this 
by feeding him orbs that the bosses drop upon being defeated. Still with me?

Along the way, you'll find various "Orb Points" (OP for short) throughout 
the islands that require some matrials, and more importantly, an "Orb Meter 
Points" (a term which I'm just made up). To get the orb meter points, you 
have to feed Gaburi items you find around the islands. Yeah, it sounds 
really, really odd in text format, but trust me, the game's a blast ^.^


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Game Controls
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Joy Stick     - Move you character (I'm only putting this here for comletion 
		sake >.>)

A Button      - Attack Button. Used for nearly every attack in the game.

B Button      - Jump Button. Used to move somewhere more vertical then you're 
		acustom to walking.

- Button      - Switch Button. Used to change your character into someone you 
		like better.

+ Button      - Menu Button. Pulls up the menu if you're tired of staring at 
		the scenary.

1 Button      - First Person Button. Let's you see more or less what your 
		character is seeing. Still no Mellorine Rader from Sanji...

2 Button      - Usless Button. I'm not even sure this button does something 
		in this game.

D-Pad         - Tools Pad. You can equip various items to the .

C Button      - Special Button. Hold down and press A or Shake the Wiimote for 
		a super attack. Also Double Tap and Hold to run.

Z Button      - Camera Button. Type to (usually) center the camera behind the 
		character. Also used to lock-on to a nearby insect or enemy.

A+B Buttons   - While not really a button, I still feels it's worth mentioning. 
		Press A+B to do a dodge roll.

Shake Wiimote - Used for 1 attack each character and a special attack each 
		character. (Shake by itself, and Shake while holding C 
		respectivly)


Above actions that use SP.
- Shake Attacks (Self-Replenishing)
- Running (Self-Replenishing)
- Dodge Roll (Self-Replenishing)
- Special Attacks (Not Self-Replenishing)


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Main Menu
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Here's the main menu layout, with the certified "I'm translating this myself" 
Razum translation.

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File 1                          ||Load ||
-Various Info About the Save    ||Copy ||
-All in japanese >.>            ||Erase||.>            ||     ||                        |
-Percent Complete   Time Played ||     ||                        |
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File 3                          ||     ||                        |
-Various Info About the Save    ||     ||                        |
-All in Japanese >.>            ||     ||                        |
-Percent Complete   Time Played ||     ||                        |
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OTHER MODES                     ||     ||.>

Brown Fruit - Right after the first boss, follow the left wall to a purple 
posion wall. After you upgrade your vaccum, you can suck that up and 
continue. There are two trees down this path that yeild Brown Fruit.


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Island 3
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Bitter Grass - Dropped from bushes found all over the island. Vaccuming seems 
to increase chance of them dropping.

Medical Herbs - Dropped from bushes found all over the island. Vaccuming 
seems to increase chance of them dropping.

Honey - Dropped from the various color flowers all over the island. Vaccuming 
seems to increase chance of them dropping.

Steel - Found by using your pick axe on the blue-crystals in the ground 
around the island. Failed to keep an accurate list, so I'm not sure on the 
exact locations. Only a couple on the island, and 1 time dig up.

Mystery Egg - Can occasionally be found beneath a bush. Attack/vaccum a the 
various bush groups to find eggs.

Bouncing Mango - Found on several small trees scattered throught the island. 
Attack the tree to lossen the mango, and touch the mango as it bounces.

Condensed Poison - Use your vaccum on the purple posion walls right before 
the 2nd boss. Honestly though... you chould really need this item anymore, 
it's only used for one thing >.>

Clay - Can be found randomly by digging.

Snow Raddish - There are a couple that you can dig up on the island. Just 
check at the end of any given outdoor cliff, and there's a chance to find 
some. Just pick axe em and pick them up.

Ice Fragment - I really doubt you need this, but... All the ice triangle's 
around the island. Hit them 3 times with a pick axe, and pick of the spoils.

Golden Fruit - Can be dropped from ANY of the little round-topped trees 
inside a couple of the caves. Though the easiest place to find them is 
the very first cave on the island. Run in, check the trees, leave, and 
repeat.

Golden Egg - While one or two can be found randomly near the hidden boss, 
don't bother. It's much easier to just capture the penguine's that spawn on 
the first ridges of the island.

Frozen Meat - After the 1st boss, once you leave the caves, take a right. 
Follow that until you come to a spot where Franky has to build a ladder. 
Do so, climb it, and enter the nearest cave. Follow that path down until it 
leads to a cavern where the back wall is actually a giant forzen mammoth. 
There are a couple spots that you can pick axe at the bottom of this wall 
one per visit for 1 frozen meat each.

Hard Rock - Oddly enough, I've randomly gotten these when breaking apart an 
ice triangle... *shrugs*


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Island 4
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Bitter Grass - Dropped from bushes found all over the island. Vaccuming 
seems to increase chance of them dropping.

Medical Herbs - Dropped from bushes found all over the island. Vaccuming 
seems to increase chance of them dropping.

Honey - Dropped from the various color flowers all over the island. 
Vaccuming seems to increase chance of them dropping.

Steel - Found by using your pick axe on the blue-crystals in the ground 
around the island. Failed to keep an accurate list, so I'm not sure on the 
exact locations. Only a couple on the island, and 1 time dig up.

Mystery Egg - Can occasionally be found beneath a bush. Attack/vaccum a the 
various bush groups find eggs.

Condensed Poison - Use your vaccum on the the posion spewing flowers near 
the 2nd boss.

Clay - Can be found randomly by digging.

Exploding Fragment - Some are around the arena of the 2nd boss, and there 
are a couple more near the hidden boss.

Hard Rock - Dear lord, these are everywhere in here... Triangle rocks 
galor, and if that's not enough, then pick axe the brown walls to not only 
open up a path, but to also get a bunch more Hard Rocks!

Green Mushroom - A couple can randomly be found in the area's with full 
grown trees. Honestly, if you want green mushrooms, I'd just stick to 
island 1.

Log - In the only area of the cave with lava. A good 4 or 5 are around 
there.

Volcanic Rock - Like above, found only in the lava area. Check the ground 
to find an abundence of X's, each pick axed to reveal a Lava Fragment.

Black Orb - You know the big... ameba(?) like plants? They close up when 
you approch them? Well, if you dash at them while they are open, and attack 
them before they close, they have a chance of dropping these.

Mysertious Seaweed - In the places of the island that have a small layer of 
water, you will frequently find small tenticales that don't really do any 
thing but sit there (not to be mistake for the bigger one's that attack you, 
often found in the same places). Attack them to randomly get these from them.



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Section 4b - Items Dropped By Enemies [S4ED]
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Whew, this section should be nice and short. Not a whole lot of different 
enemies in the game to deal with.

Going to try a simple format here.

Enemy Name and/or Description - Easy Island to Find them on - Item Dropped



Clay Doll - Every island in the game >.< - Medical Herb

Marine Swordsman - Island 1 - Iron

Marine Gunner - Island 1/2 - Gun Powder

Enforcer - Island 1 - Blue Shell

Spacian - Island 1/3 - Magnet

Zombie - Island 2 - Red Mushroom

Animal Zombie - Island 2 - Salty Carrot

Bazooka Marine - Island 2 - Gunpowder

Red Cap Pirate - Island 3 - Stamina Capsule

Blue Cap Pirate - Island 3 - Healing Capsule

Pirate Gunner - Island 3 - Gun Powder

Marine Captain - Island 3 - Red Cloth

World Government Gunner - Island 4 - Gunner Powder

World Government Agent - Island 4 - Cheese (yep... cheese.)

Clay-Ball Guardians - Island 4 - Hard Rock

Blue Guardian - Bomb

Red Guardian - Iron


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Treasure Map Drops

As far as I've been able to tell, there isn't any fragment you can miss. 
Each enemy listed next to the map has a chance of dropping any given 
piece of said map.


Treasure Map 1 - Enforcers

Treasure Map 2 - Spacians

Treasure Map 3 - Red Cap Pirate, Blue Cap Pirate, and Pirate Gunners

Treasure Map 4 - Marine Swordsman, Marine Gunner, Marine Captain, 
		 and Bazooka Marine

Treasure Map 5 - World Government Gunner and World Government Agent

Treasure Map 6 - Zombies

Treasure Map 7 - Animal Zombies

Treasure Map 8 - Clay Doll

Treasure Map 9 - Clay-Ball Guardian, Red Guardian, and Blue Guardian

Treasure Map 10 - Evil dust monsters on the Thousand Sunny >.> 
		  (Vaccum dust piles around TS)



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Section 5 - Bug List, Locations, and Drops [S5BL]
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Here's the list of Insects/Animals that you can capture around the 4 
islands. This list also contains what item each one can drop when 
captured. Oh, Milon, I hope you don't mind, I copy/paste the list for this 
and for the fish list you posted in your topics and edited them a little bit.
You'll get/are getting credit of course. I'm trying to finish the FAQ before 
life gets busy again, and this is the best way to do so.

Anyway, on to the list!


( 01 )......( 02 )......( 03 )......( 04 )......( 05 )

( 06 )......( 07 )......( 08 )......( 09 )......( 10 )

( 11 )......( 12 )......( 13 )......( 14 )......( 15 )

( 16 )......( 17 )......( 18 )......( 19 )......( 20 )


( 01 ) - Seagull
Location: On Sunny
Drops: Mystery Egg


( 02 ) - Tempest Mouse
Location: The area outside Rampage Chopper's arena, or setup a trap on 
Sunny to catch a few
Drops: Red Mushroom


( 03 ) - Hidden Black Swallowtail Butterfly
Location: Use Sunny's canon and shoot your character to the West Area of 
Island 1. You may find this butterfly randomly appears on one of the 
flowers nearby. If you don't see it, run around and come back.
Drops: Royal Jelly


( 04 ) - Swallowtail Butterfly
Location: The flowers on Sunny
Drops: Royal Jelly


( 05 ) - Common Bee
Location: Very common on Island 1
Drops: Honey


( 06 ) - Frog
Location: In the cave area right before you fight Kuma
Drops: Has a low chance of dropping a Mystery Egg.


( 07 ) - Giant Needle Bee
Location: Island 2, in the area with 3 trees. 1 tree has Red Fruit, the 
other 2 tress have a Hercules Beetle and occassionally a Golden Beetle. 
There are flowers in this area, and you can find Hidden Forest Bee on the 
flowers.
Drops: Royal Jelly


( 08 ) - Electric Bug
Location: Island 1, on the flowers outside Second Boss's arena (Eneru). 
You have to defeat this boss first before the bug appears
Drops: Electric Powder


( 09 ) - Penguin
Location: Island 3, at the beginning area right outside a cave
Drops: Golden Egg


( 10 ) - Hercules Beetle
Location: Island 2, in the area with 3 trees. 1 tree has Red Fruit, 
the other 2 tress have a Hercules Beetle and occassionally a Golden Beetle. 
Drops: Sap


( 11 ) - Golden Hercule
Location: Island 2, in the area with 3 trees. 1 tree has Red Fruit, the 
other 2 tress have a Hercules Beetle and occassionally a Golden Beetle. 
Drops: Sap


( 12 ) - Red Lizard
Location: Island 2, near the entrance of Island 2. Need to smash the rocks 
with your Pick Axe to get to this lizard.
Drops: Mystery Egg


( 13 ) - Small Elephant
Location: Island 3, defeat the first boss and keep going. You will get to 
a small dead end area and you will see this animal running around. There 
is a Treasure Chest here where you can get the upgrade for Vacuum.
Drops: Nothing to my knowledge


( 14 ) - Hard-Working Mole
Location: Island 4, very common.
Drops: Steel(!)


( 15 ) - Ice Lizard
Location: Island 3, in the first Cave area.
Drops: Frozen Powder


( 16 ) - Ice Beetle
Location: Island 3, on trees before getting to second boss's arena.
Drops: Frozen Powder


( 17 ) - Sleeping Butterfly
Location: Island 3, randomly appears on flowers.
Drops: Royal Jelly


( 18 ) - Fire Beetle
Location: Island 4, on trees before the first boss's arena.
Drops: Burning Powder


( 19 ) - Lantern Firefly
Location: Island 4, randomly appears on flowers.
Drops: Royal Jelly


( 20 ) - Bottom Feeder Bug
Location: Island 4, this bug can be found running on water .
Drops: Nothing to my knowledge



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Section 6 - Fish List and Locations [S6FL]
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Same deal and format as the insect list. Fish name, which spot 
you can fish it from, and a general idea on distance.


( 01 )......( 02 )......( 03 )......( 04 )......( 05 )

( 06 )......( 07 )......( 08 )......( 09 )......( 10 )

( 11 )......( 12 )......( 13 )......( 14 )......( 15 )

( 16 )......( 17 )......( 18 )......( 19 )......( 20 )


( 1 ) - Scissor Shrimp
Location 1: Island 2's fishing spot (South West Area), 5m and above
Location 2: Island 4's fishing spot, 5m and above


( 2 ) - Treasure Pargai
Location 1: Island 1's fishing spot (west area), 30m and above


( 3 ) - Island Clam
Location 1: Island 1, fishing spot near Sunny, 5m and above
Location 2: Island 2's fishing spot (South West Area), 5m and above


( 4 ) - Superstar Starfish
Location: Island 4's fishing spot, 15m and above


( 5 ) - Fist Crawfish
Location 1: Island 1's fishing spot (west area), 5m and above
Location 2: Island 1's fishing spot (Northern Center Area), 5m and above
Location 3: Island 2's fishing spot (Northern Center Area), 5m and above


( 6 ) - Medaka
Location 1: Island 1's fishing spot (Northern Area), 5m and above
Location 2: Island 2's fishing spot (Northern Center Area), 5m and above


( 7 ) - Smiling Jellyfish
Location 1: Island 1, fishing spot near Sunny, 5m and above
Location 2: Island 3's fishing spot, 5m and above


( 8 ) - Fish Louse
Location 1: Island 2's fishing spot (Northern Center Area), 5m and above
Location 2: Island 2's fishing spot (South West Area), 5m and above
Location 3: Island 4's fishing spot, 5m and above


( 9 ) - Shining Mackerel
Location 1: On Sunny, 20m and above
Location 2: Island 1, fishing spot near Sunny, 5m and above
Location 3: Island 1's fishing spot (west area), 5m and above


( 10 ) - Salamender Fish
Location: Island 2's fishing spot (Northern Center Area), 30m and above


( 11 ) - Balloon Fish
Location: Island 1's fishing spot (Northern Area), 15m and above


( 12 ) - Adventure Fish
Location 1: Island 2's fishing spot (South West Area), 5m and above
Location 2: Island 3's fishing spot, 5m and above


( 13 ) - Cool Ocean Sunnyfish
Location: Island 3's fishing spot, 30m and above


( 14 ) - Skull Knight
Location: Island 2's fishing spot (South West Area), 30m and above


( 15 ) - Elephant Tuna
Location: Island 3's fishing spot, 40m and above


( 16 ) - Shark
Location 1: On Sunny, 30m and above
Location 2: Island 1's fishing spot (west area), 30m and above


( 17 ) - Panda Shark
Location: Island 4's fishing spot, 5m and above


( 18 ) - Seaking Large
Location: On Sunny, 40m ~ 80m


( 19 ) - Seaking Superlarge
Location: On Sunny, 60m ~ 100m


( 20 ) - Seaking Giant Turtle
Location: On Sunny, 70m ~ 100m 



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Section 7 - Sanji's Culinary Cuisine [S7SC]
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Alright, time for the sections most people are probably wanting for. 
As far as the dishes go, I'm listing them from left to right off a completed 
dish screen. So, the top-left most dish will be listed first, and the 
bottom-right most dish will be listed last. Hopefully it'll be straight 
forward enough to not confuse anybody reading this.

On with the dishes!


(01)........(02)..(03)  (04)..(05)..(06)..(07)

               \                       \
                --(08)                  --(09)


(10)..(11)  (12)..(13)..(14)..(15)..(16)..(17)

                                  /
      (18)........(19)..(20)..(21)



(1) Mouthmelting Angel Omelet
Ingredients: Mystery Egg x2, Red Fruit x1

(2) Softboiled Shrimp in Tartar sauce
Ingredients: Scissor Shrimp x1, Mystery Egg x1, Bitter Grass x2

(3) Flavour of écrevisse 
Ingredients: Fist Crawfish x3, Bitter Grass x3

(4) Majestic Sliced Tuna Sauté
Ingredients: Elephant Tuna x1, Salty Carrot x1

(5) Spicy Shark Fin in Misosauce
Ingredients: Shark x1, Golden Fruit x1

(6) Bouncing Fresh Fish Ikizukuri
Ingredients: Cool Ocean Sunfish x1, Fish Louse x1, Ballon Fish x1

(7) Unique! Giant Shell Platter!
Ingredients: Seaking Giant Turtle x1, Elephant Tuna x1, Treasure Pargai x1

(8) Mackerel Full Course
Ingredients: Shining Mackerel x5, Snow Raddish x1

(9) Majestic! Heavy Dinosaur Roast Festival!
Ingredients: Seaking Superlarge x1, Small Elephant x1, Frozen Meat x1

(10) Big Mushroom Salad
Ingredients: Green Mushroom x1, Red Mushroom x3, Bitter Grass x1

(11) Seagull Gala Soup
Ingredients: Seagull x1, Salty Carrot x1, Island Clam x1

(12) Cherry pie
Ingredients: Red Fruit x3, Syrup x1, Mystery Egg x1, Wheat x1

(13) Pirates Kakigori Superlarge portion
Ingredients: Ice Fragments x5, Syrup x1, Red Fruit x1, Blue Fruit x1

(14) Special Cola Pirate Style
Ingredients: Brown Fruit x2, Ice Fragments x3

(15) Large Bones Takoyaki
Ingredients: Skull Knight x1, Wheat x2, Brown Fruit x1

(16) Sovereign Medicinal Stamina Hotpot 
Ingredients: Salamender x1, Smiling Jellyfish x2, Stamina Drink x1

(17) Courage and Daredevilry! Extralarge Saucepot!
Ingredients: Seaking Large x1, Snow Raddish x1, Seagull x1

(18) Medaka Sauté
Ingredients: Medaka x1, Bamboo x1

(19) Pirates Lunch
Ingredients: Frozen Meat x1, Small Elephant x1

(20) Baked Stone Stew
Ingredients: Volcanic Rock x1, Tempest Mouse x3 ,Wheat x1

(21) Prehistoric Mystery Soup
Ingredients: Fish Louse x1, Mysterious Seaweed x3 ,Superstar Starfish x1



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Section 8 - Chopper's Magical Medicine [S8CM]
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Same deal as Sanji's cooking. Listed left to right and top to bottom.


(01)........(02)  (03)                    (04)


      (05)........(06)  (07)        (08)


(09)........(10)  (11)..(12)........(13)


      (14)........(15)........(16)........(17)


(01) Healing Capsule
Ingrediants: Medical Herb x4, Bitter Grass x1

(02) Healing Potion
Ingrediants: Healing Capsule x1, Royal Jelly x1

(03) Syrup
Ingrediants: Sap x1, Honey x4

(04) Rumble Ball
Ingrediants: golden Egg x1, Golden Fruit x1, Golden Hercules x1

(05) Mix Capsule
Ingrediants: Red Mushroom x2, Bitter Grass x1, Honey x1

(06) Mix Potione
Ingrediants: Mix Capsule x1, Royal Jelly x1

(07) Anit-Cold Medicine
Ingrediants: Ice Lizard x1

(08) Green Revival Medicine
Ingrediants: Salamander Fish x1, Sleeping Butterfly x1

(09) Stamina Capsule
Ingrediants: Salty Carrot x2, Honey x1

(10) Stamina Potione
Ingrediants: Stamina Capsule x1, Royal Jelly x1

(11) Medicine Kit
Ingrediants: Heal Capsule x2, Log x2, Giant Needle Bee x1

(12) Antidote
Ingrediants: Giant Needle Bee x1, Bitter Grass x2

(13) Poison Bombs (x30)
Ingrediants: Condensed Poison x10, Hard Rock x30

(14) Gunpowder (x30)
Ingrediants: Exploding Fragment x3, Log x1

(15) Electric Powder (x30)
Ingrediants: Electric Bug x1, Iron x1

(16) Ice Powder (x30)
Ingrediants: Ice Beetle x1, Ice Fragment x1

(17) Fire Powder (x30)
Ingrediants: Fire Beetle x1, Volcanic Rock x1


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Section 9 - Ussop's Wondrous Workshop [S9UW]
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You know the drill by now... Hopefully >.>


      (01)..(02)..(03)        (04)..(05)..(06)

                 \                       /
(07)..(08)..(09)..(10)  (11)..(12)..(13)


(14)..(15)..(16)..(17)..............(18)..(19)

     \
(20)  (21)  (22)..(23)..(24)..(25)  (26)



(01) Kuwagata
Materials: Bouncing Mango x1

(02) Kabuto
Materials: Bouncing Mango x5, Bamboo x1, Hercules x1

(03) Jet Dial
Materials: Blue Shell x20, Balloon Fish x2

(04) Nunchuck
Materials: Chain x1, Marble X6

(05) Sogeking Costume
Materials: Clay X7, Cloth x3, Mask Fragment x1

(06) Sling and Hammer 
Materials: Bouncing Mango x2, Steel x3, Log x1

(07) Bug Catching Net 
Materials: Spider Web x1

(08) Bug Traps (x10)
Materials: Bamboo x1, Log x1, Syrup x1

(09) Upgraded Vaccum 
Materials: Vaccum Upgrade Piece

(10) Impact Dial
Materials: Blue Shell x10, Gunpowder x20

(11) Blue Battery (x50)
Materials: Electric Powder x30, Magnet x1, Iron x1

(12) Bombs (x50) 
Materials: Gunpowder x30, Clay x1

(13) Red Lighter (x50)
Materials: Fire Powder x30, Blue Oval x1

(14) Fishing Pole
Materials: Bamboo x1, Twisted Bamboo x1, Vine x2

(15) Fishing Pole Strength Upgrade (Up to 10 times) 
Materials: Twisted Bamboo x1

(16) Upgraded Fishing Pole 1
Materials: Better Reel x1, Steel x1

(17) Upgraded Fishing Pole Strength Upgrade (Up to 10 times) 
Materials: Steel x1, Hard Rock x1

(18) Final Fishing Pole 
Materials: Gold Reel x1, Cola x1

(19) Final Fishing Pole Strength Upgrade (Up to 10 times) 
Materials: Blue Battery x10, Blue Shell x1

(20) Perfect Clima Tact
Materials: Magnet x1, Iron x3, Blue Oval x1

(21) Upgrade Fishing Pole Line (Up to 10 times)
Materials: Vine x2

(22) Extra Equipe Slots #1
Materials: Bamboo x3, Clay x3

(23) Bag Upgrade #1 
Materials: Red Lizard x1, Bone x3

(24) Extra Equipe Slots #2 
Materials: Island Clam x3, Clay x3

(25) Bag Upgrade #2
Materials: Magnet x2, Shark x2

(26) Violin String (MUST FIND SOUND DIAL FOR OPTION TO APPEAR!!!!)
Materials: Steel x3


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Section 10 - Gaburi and Franky's OP Requirements [S10G]
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Through-out the gave there are various "Orb Points" (OP for short). 
These are points that use both material's from your inventory and the 
points that you've stored up in various color meters (Blue, Green, Red, 
White, Black, Gold) by feeding items to Gaburi. These points open up a new 
path on the island for you to travel. Some are required to procced 
story-wise, some lead down optional paths, some lead to optional bosses, and 
some just lead to treasure. Either way, opening all the ones you see is 
generally a good idea. Just keep in mind that you'll have to revisit islands 
to actually be able to open them all.

Gaburi's OP activate something around the area, from spouting a bridge made 
of a giant tree root, to making the Gaou Cannon fire into a rock.

Franky's OP make 1 of 3 things: a Bridge, a ladder, or a tunnel. Fortunatly, 
most bridges, most ladders, and most tunnels require the same materials as
each other of the same type.


Oh, just letting it be known. ALL Gaburi points are required, only 3 Franky 
points are. The rest of Franky's OPs are completely optional.

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Island 1
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Gaburi

- 1 Blue Meter, Crystal x1 (Required)

- 2 Blue Meter, Iron x3 (Required)

- 2 Blue Meter, 3 Green Meter, Swallowtail Butterfly x1 (Required)

Franky

- 3 Green Meter, 1 Gold Meter, Bamboo x4 (Ladder, Optional)

- 3 White Meter, 4 Gold Meter, Marble x4 (Bridge, Hidden Boss)

- 3 Red Meter, 3 Gold Meter, Hard-Working Mole x1, Bomb x40 (Tunnel, Optional)

- 3 Red Meter, 3 Gold Meter, Hard-Working Mole x1, Bomb x40 (Tunnel, Optional)


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Island 2
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Gaburi

- 2 Blue Meter, 3 Green Meter, Bone x3, Healing Capsule x1 (Required)

- 3 Blue Meter, 2 Green Meter, 4 Red Meter, Gun Powder x30, Clay x3 (Required)

Franky

- 1 Green Meter, 1 Red Meter, 1 Gold Meter, Marble x2 (Bridge, Required)

- 2 Green Meter, 1 Red Meter, 1 Gold Meter, Marble x2 (Bridge, Optional)

- 2 Blue Meter, 3 Gold Meter, Bamboo x4 (Ladder, Optional)

- 2 Blue Meter, 1 Gold Meter, Marble x4 (Bridge, Optional)

- 2 Blue Meter, 2 Gold Meter, Hard-Wroking Mole x1, Bomb x40 
  (Tunnel, Optional)

- 5 Red Meter, 5 Black Meter, 9 Gold Meter, Hard-Working Mole x1, Bomb x40 
  (Tunnel,Hidden BosS)


+++++++++
Island 3
+++++++++

Gaburi

- 4 Blue Meter, 6 Green Meter, 3 Red Meter, Anit-Cold Medicine x1, 
  Stamina Drink x1

- 5 Blue Meter, 5 Green Meter, 5 White Meter, Ice Beetle x1, 
  Ice Fragment x15

Franky

- 2 Green Meter, 1 Gold Meter, Bamboo x4 (Ladder, Optional)

- 1 Green Meter, 2 White Meter, 1 Gold Meter, Bamboo x4 (Labber, Required)

- 2 Blue Meter, 2 Gold Meter, Hard-Working Mole x1, Bomb x40 
  (Tunnel, Optional)

- 2 Blue Meter, 7 Gold Meter, Hard-Working Mole x1, Bomb x40 
  (Tunnel, Hidden Boss)


+++++++++
Island 4
+++++++++

Gaburi

- 3 Blue Meter, 4 Green Meter, 8 Red Meter, 5 White Meter, Bomb x50, 
  Fire Beetle x1

- 6 Blue Meter, 6 Green Meter, 4 Red Meter, 4 White Meter, 5 Black Meter, 
  Cherry Pie x1, Mix Drink x1, Volcanic Rock x3

Franky

- 5 Green Meter, 5 White Meter, 8 Gold Meter, Hard-Working Mole x1, Bomb x40 
  (Tunnel, Hidden Boss)

- 3 Green Meter, 3 Red Meter, 1 Gold Meter, Marble x4 (Bridge, Required)


+++++++++
Island 5
+++++++++

Gaburi

- 10 Blue Meter, 10 Green Meter, 10 Red Meter, 10 White Meter, 10 Black Meter


++++++++++++++
Thousand Sunny
++++++++++++++

Franky

-3 Red Meter, Iron x6, Gunpowder x8


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Section 11 - VS Mode (Menus and Unlocking Characters) [S11V]
------------------------------------------------------------

Like in One Piece: Unlimited Adventure, this game has a fun little VS mode 
thrown in, though I'm not going to lie, it's considerable more fun to play 
it with friends than against the computer >.>

First things first, here's a rough idea of what the VS mode menu means.

+++++++++++++
VS Mode Menu
+++++++++++++

-Start

-CPU LEVEL  		-Easy-Medium-Hard-

-Time Limit 		-60-90-OO-

-Player 1 Handicap 	-Weak-Normal-Strong-

-Player 2 Handicap 	-Weak-Normal-Strong-

-Restore Defult Settings
  -Yes
  -No


++++++++++++++++++++
In Battle Pause Menu
++++++++++++++++++++

-Return to Game

-Move List

-Return to Character Select
  -Yes
  -No

-Return to Title Screen
  -Yes
  -No

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Then, after you go set the battle settings, you go to a character select 
screen. Unlike most fighting games, you don't just pick one fighter. Each 
fighter has a number value at the bottom right of the picture. You can pick 
as many fighters as you want until the values equal 10.

++++++++++++++++++++++++++
List of VS Mode Characters
++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Row 1
- Luffy (5)
- Zoro (4)
- Nami (3)
- Ussop (3)
- Sanji (4)
- Chopper (3)
- Robin (4)
- Franky (4)
- Brooke (4)

Row 2
- Nightmare Luffy (5)
- Kuro (3)
- Blackbeard (5)
- Buggy (3)
- Random
- Moria (5)
- Wapol (3)
- Kuma (5)
- Monster Chopper (4)

Row 3
- Ace (4)
- Enel (4)
- Aokiji (5)
- Arlong (3)
- Calgara (5)
- Spandam (3)
- Don Kreig (3)
- Unlimited Adventure Final Boss (4)
- Unlimited Cruise Final Boss (4)

Row 4
- Generic Marine Enemies
- Generic Zombie Enemies
- Generic Sky Island Enemies
- Generic Pirate Enemies
- Generic Guardian Enemies

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

As for how to unlock everyone.

-Strawhats start unlocked (except Nightmare Luffy)

-All Generic Enemy types are unlocked by collecting all the map pieces they 
 drop

-Everyone else but Kuma, Arlong, Calgara and Unlimited Cruise final boss 
 are unlocked by beating them in story mode

-Kuma and Unlimited Cruise final boss are unlocked by beating them in 
 story mode on Hard

-Arlong and Calgara are unlocked in Boss Rush (Round 10 and 20 respectivly)

And that wraps up VS Mode.


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Section 12 - Monuments, Fishing Spots, Trap Spots, Etc [S12M]
-------------------------------------------------------------

I just submitted a file to Gamefaqs the contains a map of each island
with all of the following mark on the maps. It should be up within a
day or so.

-Monuments
-Fishing Spots
-Trap Locations
-Normal Treasue Chests
-Treasure Map Dig Spots (Relative)
-The Various OP Locations

It was figured that it is easier to tell the location of those things when 
marked on a map then me trying to explain where they are. It's much to easy 
for me to explain something poorly. Though, as suggested by Milon, if I end 
up having free time, I'll type out a general overview on the locations of 
each one in addition to the pictures.


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Section 13 - FAQs [S13F]
------------------------

Well, since this is technically in the FAQ section, may as well throw one of 
these in here.


Q: Why isn't there a walkthrough in this guide?

A: The game itself is pretty straight forward. Follow the path, find the OP, 
open, beat boss, repeat. I figured a Walkthrough wasn't really needed. So 
unless a need for one shows up, I'll keep things like this.


Q: How do I use traps?

A: Set on in a trap spot, leave for a bit and come back. If it's closed
and shaking, you've caught something. If it's closed with a hole in it,
the caught thing escaped. If it's still open, leave again and come back.


Q: I've unlocked a third special for someone, but how do I use it?

A: If you go to the status screen for a character, you can click on one of 
the special icons and replace it with which every special you want to be used 
under that command (C+A or C+Shake).


Q: What do I do with the X marks on the ground, and X marked rocks?

A: After you beat the second boss, you can find a pick axe on the Thousand 
Sunny. Use that to dig items up from the X marks, and break the X marked 
rocks.


Q: What are the twin rocks that are coming out of the ground every now and 
then for?

A: Those are the spots the you use the Kuwagata item on. The Kuwagata is a 
giant slingshot that'll send you back to the Thousand Sunny. Great way to 
save on time when you have to back track.


Q: What is this Boss Rush/Time Trial Mode I've heard about?

A: Return to the 5th island after beating the game, and go to the monument 
on the right side. Check it to go into Boss Rush mode. You can either do 
Normal (Items are usable) or Hard (no items). Either way, the first time 
you beat it, you'll unlock the Raikotsuken team attack. Be warned though, 
this mode is 50 rounds long, and is quite challenging.


Q: Hey! __________ is wrong!!

A: Alright, send me an email at Razum12321@gmail.com and I'll fix it ASAP.


Q: Why isn't _____________ in the game?!

A: No clue, you'd have to ask someone more knowledgalbe then me to get 
inside the heads of the developers.


Q: What are the optional bosses?

A: Island 1 - Buggy
   Island 2 - Nightmare Luffy
   Island 3 - Monster Chopper
   Island 4 - Unlimited Adventure Boss
   Island 5 - You'll fight Arlong and Calgara in boss rush mode

Q: Is this game coming to america?

A: Don't know, nothing offical has been said either way yet.


Q: When is this game coming to america?

A: See above question >.>


Q: Why am I stuck at 93% for my map on island 5?

A: Well, I'm not sure why, but all you need to do for the rest is walk up 
to the purple wall at the end WITHOUT activating the OP to get the 
remaining 7%


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Section 14 - Version History [S14V]
-----------------------------------

Version 1 - 10/12/08
-First Completed Version, with what is bound to be plenty of mistakes

Version 1.1 - 10/14/08
-Fixed up the spacing for the charts in the file.
-Added Neoseeker to the sites w/permission list.

Version 1.2 - 10/18/08
-Fixed up the spacing again >.>
-Added Supercheats, Gamesradar, and Cheatplanet to the sites/w
 permission list.
-Fixed an error in the recipe list
-Fixed a couple of spelling errors 
-Most importantly, fixed the spelling of Romsstar's name (SORRY!)
-Fixed the frog drop item (thanks again to Romsstar)
-Changed what section 12 said.

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------------------------------
Section 15 - Legal Info [S15L]
------------------------------

Outside of the obvious "neither this game or its characters, story, etc 
belong to me in anyway" and the more obvious "I don't know One Piece" 
(I wish >.>) this guide DOES belong to me. Feel free to use it, post it 
other places, whatever. Just be nice and give credit where it is due, and 
more importantly, don't try and charge people in relation to this guide, 
or I will hunt you down and Diable Jambe Flambage Shot you in the neck.

Sites that currently have permission to post this:

- Gamefaqs (Obviously)
- Neoseeker
- Supercheats
- Gamesradar
- Cheatplanet

Yeah, like I said, so long as you follow the above, you can do what you
want with this FAQ, but emailing me for permission gets you added to the
list, which is good for free advertising I guess >.> Either way, you to
you.


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Section 16 - Thanks [S16T]
--------------------------

Milon - For the bug list and locations as well as the general fishing line 
lengths for the fishes. The last part along gives way for thanks.

Romsstar - TRANSLATIONS!! Seriously, thanks. This guide would be full of 
things like *checks writted guide* "tiny brown fish" if it weren't for this 
guy. Sorry about mispelling your name the first time!!!

SSJLink - Provied the link to the source pictures for the island maps.

Eiichiro Oda - He wrote One Piece. He deserves as much thanks as he can get.

Others on gamefaqs that weren't directly involved, but still supported the 
guide - Plenty to list, but you all know who you are. Seriously, I do 
apprciate the support.

And likely more to come once mistakes start getting emailed to me >.>