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As Kami Eneru plans to obliterate Skypiea with all his unsuspecting followers on it, Nami can only stand by as he wipes out the Straw Hats. Switching allegiances in order to survive, all she can do is hope for a savior. Could the best defense against a deadly lightning bolt from above be a certain rubbery pirate?!


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As Kami Eneru plans to obliterate Skypiea with all his unsuspecting followers on it, Nami can only stand by as he wipes out the Straw Hats. Switching allegiances in order to survive, all she can do is hope for a savior. Could the best defense against a deadly lightning bolt from above be a certain rubbery pirate?!

30 review for One Piece, Volume 30: Capriccio

  1. 4 out of 5

    Χαρά Ζ.

    Whenever i read One Piece i am happy ❤️

  2. 5 out of 5

    Thelma

    Finally Luffy is out of that snake! Honestly this is streching it because that fight could've been closed in this book I think. But whatever, I'll deal ^^ It's nice that most of the crew is finally in the same place again. Finally Luffy is out of that snake! Honestly this is streching it because that fight could've been closed in this book I think. But whatever, I'll deal ^^ It's nice that most of the crew is finally in the same place again.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Štěpán

    I liked it. I have a problem, even though this book was action-packed and interesting I got bored. Maybe I was way too tired while reading it but I was just flipping pages and not feeling any tension. The Connie's speech didn't work on me and I think that it was rushed. I understand that it is appropriate to the genre but I am used to One Piece being better at this sort of things. I liked it. I have a problem, even though this book was action-packed and interesting I got bored. Maybe I was way too tired while reading it but I was just flipping pages and not feeling any tension. The Connie's speech didn't work on me and I think that it was rushed. I understand that it is appropriate to the genre but I am used to One Piece being better at this sort of things.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Young Kim

    Wow, the adventure in Skypiea: The reaction of the people when someone warned them about the impending disaster that no others had known about has been typ'ical throughout our Human history - they say we never learn. BTW, the god's symbol, it is found everywhere from our actual ancient relics representing the fetus, fertility, grain, life; two or three of them together like in the story or others found in various artifacts or even in some national flags form the world order looking saem'/ sim'ila Wow, the adventure in Skypiea: The reaction of the people when someone warned them about the impending disaster that no others had known about has been typ'ical throughout our Human history - they say we never learn. BTW, the god's symbol, it is found everywhere from our actual ancient relics representing the fetus, fertility, grain, life; two or three of them together like in the story or others found in various artifacts or even in some national flags form the world order looking saem'/ sim'ilar to our spiral galaxy somehow. What is the author? He even surprises professional historians and anthropologists. Gotta admit that this series is not only amazing with all the great imaginations based on our various act'ual Human civilizations, cultures and memories leading the readers into wild and exciting advent'ures, but also ver'y educational after all. The author of this anim'ation series is not an ordin'ary story teller. He understands the world and us the people'/ popul'ation, not to mention the gods and superstitions cre'ated by our Human mind'/ ment'ality and by the necessity of their innocent times.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Bradley

    The portrayal of Eneru's power is stellar. The build up had me guffaw. So, so, so quintessentially One-Piece it hurts. It's like the Question Corner finding life in the manga. On another note, I've decided that a good translator, maybe not too unlike a good editor, makes one HELL of a difference. I somehow swapped to a different translation. I have no idea who to thank for dialogues along the lines of "360-no scoped, 420 BLAZE IT, *bird noise* *bird noise*". Seriously it was entertaining...for The portrayal of Eneru's power is stellar. The build up had me guffaw. So, so, so quintessentially One-Piece it hurts. It's like the Question Corner finding life in the manga. On another note, I've decided that a good translator, maybe not too unlike a good editor, makes one HELL of a difference. I somehow swapped to a different translation. I have no idea who to thank for dialogues along the lines of "360-no scoped, 420 BLAZE IT, *bird noise* *bird noise*". Seriously it was entertaining...for a time.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Theodoro Rodrigues

    I think this chapter was very good. It explored the idea of fake gods and that dreams can be true. Enel that ate the electricity fruit became a fake god to the people of Skypiea, an island that was rose 10000 meters over the surface level, that was completely isolated from the rest of the world. Enel tricked the people of the island into believing him and now ruled over them. Until Luffy, that was made of rubber came to the island and dethroned him.

  7. 4 out of 5

    T.R. Preston

    Love it. But I gotta say, the humbling of Enel is a little too strong. I mean, Luffy makes him look like a loser. This is yet another example of Oda's villain problem. But oh well, this was all still entertaining. Love it. But I gotta say, the humbling of Enel is a little too strong. I mean, Luffy makes him look like a loser. This is yet another example of Oda's villain problem. But oh well, this was all still entertaining.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Arnaud

    Skypiea, as good as it gets :-)

  9. 4 out of 5

    DonutKnow

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. How did Luffy get abs? 😂🤔😂

  10. 4 out of 5

    William Schram

    Ace's side story continues. He meets a girl who runs a Dairy Farm. He then goes to a local Naval Base to collect information. Surprisingly, the Navy doesn't recognize him. I mean, he is the Commander of the Second Division of the Whitebeard Pirates. Eneru continues his nefarious plot to destroy Skypiea. He works well as a villain, but his appearance disgusts me. I think it's the earlobes. The Ark, Maxim, can fly. It releases clouds into the atmosphere, and Eneru will use his powers to destroy the Ace's side story continues. He meets a girl who runs a Dairy Farm. He then goes to a local Naval Base to collect information. Surprisingly, the Navy doesn't recognize him. I mean, he is the Commander of the Second Division of the Whitebeard Pirates. Eneru continues his nefarious plot to destroy Skypiea. He works well as a villain, but his appearance disgusts me. I think it's the earlobes. The Ark, Maxim, can fly. It releases clouds into the atmosphere, and Eneru will use his powers to destroy the land. At first, it seems that Luffy has the upper hand. His Gum-Gum Fruit powers turned his body into Rubber, and Eneru is electricity. Eneru has more to him than Lightning, though, and he fights Luffy with Mantra and dirty tricks. Eneru places a giant golden ball on Luffy's hand, and Luffy falls. Now Luffy must climb the beanstalk, Giant Jack, and face off against Eneru again. On another note, I like the Mythological references used for Eneru's attacks. So that's it for this volume.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Josh Whittington

    The fights are kept simpler in this volume, which is for the better. Luffy and the Straw Hats take on Kami Enru, whose godlike powers have made him too powerful for all the other challengers so far. Luffy’s abilities and personality make for some exciting and hilarious fight scenes. Sanji gets a majorly badass moment that will go down as one of his all-time most iconic character moments. There’s some interesting developments back in Skypiea as well, as Conis tries to get the city evacuated but th The fights are kept simpler in this volume, which is for the better. Luffy and the Straw Hats take on Kami Enru, whose godlike powers have made him too powerful for all the other challengers so far. Luffy’s abilities and personality make for some exciting and hilarious fight scenes. Sanji gets a majorly badass moment that will go down as one of his all-time most iconic character moments. There’s some interesting developments back in Skypiea as well, as Conis tries to get the city evacuated but the citizens are too devoted to (or afraid of?) the Kami to heed her words. There’s some reveals about the motivation of the captain of the white berets that makes him a more sympathetic character.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Subham

    This it it! While Nami make s a kinda deal with Enel to escape, Luffy comes in to save the day and NAMI! He fights Enel and wow the fight is epic, its thunder vs rubber and thunder can't defeat him but he still manages to find a way to keep him pounding but by other means Enel throws luffy off the shild, people finally realize this false god that is Enel and prepare ways to escape from the island, while the others- Usopp and Sanji come to rescue Nami, and Luffy even despite falling gets back up This it it! While Nami make s a kinda deal with Enel to escape, Luffy comes in to save the day and NAMI! He fights Enel and wow the fight is epic, its thunder vs rubber and thunder can't defeat him but he still manages to find a way to keep him pounding but by other means Enel throws luffy off the shild, people finally realize this false god that is Enel and prepare ways to escape from the island, while the others- Usopp and Sanji come to rescue Nami, and Luffy even despite falling gets back up again to fight Enel. Until the thunderstorms start and we learn more about Enel and his motivations. Its a good arc tbh and it gets better now that everything is fleshed out.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jimmy

    Volume 30 covers chapters 276 to 285. There are some pretty epic moments in this volume, from the showdown between Eneru and Zoro, Robin, Ganfor, and Wyper. There's the iconic Eneru face when he first faces off against Luffy. And of course a great panel of Sanji after being blasted by El Thor. That and so much more, this volume really amps up the energy and gets you pumped for the eventual conclusion of the Skypeia arc. Volume 30 covers chapters 276 to 285. There are some pretty epic moments in this volume, from the showdown between Eneru and Zoro, Robin, Ganfor, and Wyper. There's the iconic Eneru face when he first faces off against Luffy. And of course a great panel of Sanji after being blasted by El Thor. That and so much more, this volume really amps up the energy and gets you pumped for the eventual conclusion of the Skypeia arc.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Rolando Marono

    The good: -Finally we see some intentions and some back story of Enel. It's just a tease but makes it more interesting. -Conis scene in this issue was pretty moving. -The battle between Luffy and Enel starts great. -Finally Skypeia story gets emotional. The bad: -Because pretty much the rest of Luffy's nakama were injured, we only see Luffy fighting. The good: -Finally we see some intentions and some back story of Enel. It's just a tease but makes it more interesting. -Conis scene in this issue was pretty moving. -The battle between Luffy and Enel starts great. -Finally Skypeia story gets emotional. The bad: -Because pretty much the rest of Luffy's nakama were injured, we only see Luffy fighting.

  15. 4 out of 5

    DrCalvin

    The big One Piece re-read continues. Skypeia has interesting worldbuilding, but too many Mook-bosses and inconsequential fights drew down the excitement before we ever got to Enel. Neat to see Robin walk the ruins though, and the way the Thunder-logia is displayed matches the hype about his power.

  16. 4 out of 5

    L

    The Skypiea arc is probably one of my least favourites, but it’s still fun to read. I feel like this volume (as well as the following two) and the beginning (particularly the part before they made it to the island) are the best parts.

  17. 5 out of 5

    endeavoursofvic

    One Piece 30: 4 Stars

  18. 4 out of 5

    Marilag

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Again, I make notes on manga, not so much review them. This is just to help me remember what things happened in which volume. - Side note: I love the covers for these chapters, they were about Ace! I love the character, and I actually see more development in those few chapter covers than I have of his character in the anime (and yeah, you kind of do need to make him endearing for what's about to happen much later...) - Continuing from the previous volume, Wiper gets his ass handed to him here. So Again, I make notes on manga, not so much review them. This is just to help me remember what things happened in which volume. - Side note: I love the covers for these chapters, they were about Ace! I love the character, and I actually see more development in those few chapter covers than I have of his character in the anime (and yeah, you kind of do need to make him endearing for what's about to happen much later...) - Continuing from the previous volume, Wiper gets his ass handed to him here. So does Zoro's, unfortunately (but I mean, come on, Enel is practically lightning. What beats that? Oh, wait, that answer's coming up soon). - Instead of taking the Eneltrocuted path, Nami chooses to go with Enel for the meantime. - Luffy and Aisa finally hightail it out of the giant serpent. In getting out, he spots his harmed nakama and obviously, he's intent on showing Enel who's boss. Robin recovers (pretty quickly, might I add) and tells Luffy that Nami's been taken, and of course the rubber-captain heads down that-a-way. - Nami gets a grand tour of Maxim, Enel's golden opportunity. - This is where Conis shows how much more useful she is than Vivi. The angel heads back to Angel Island in order to evacuate the citizens of Skypeia. With her wits and the help of a cannon, she manages to talk some sense into the people, and the White Berets ultimately aid her in the evacuation. - Luffy encounters Enel for the first time. After many attempts at hitting Luffy with a great deal of voltage, Enel realizes his powers have no affect on the Gomu-Gomu Paramecian. Best. Full-Page. Reaction. Ever. EVER. - We are introduced to Gomu-Gomu no Boh and Gomu-Gomu no Tako. I swear, Luffy's attempts at battle strategy confounds me. He's way too clever by half. Enel figures this out, too, 'cause at some point he outright refuses to fight Luffy, instead playing on the Paramecian Devil's Fruit limits and supposedly incapacitating the rubber-man by trapping his arm in a really heavy golden ball. Good move, Enel. But Luffy will be back. - Nami declares and strengthens her resolve for her loyalty to the Mugiwaras (another subtle, yet poignant scene, clutching that straw hat!). Enel attempts to fry the navigator. Doesn't really turn out how he expected, considering Nami's not exactly just eye candy. Nami is probably the only one who's managed not to get hit with Enel's lightning--thanks to her expert use of the Clima Tact. - Sanji and Usopp decide to come to and join the fray (loved the Nami-radar Sanji had in the anime, by the way). Usopp uses his new invention, and Sanji aims to play the hero. - Some hilarious scenes with Usopp and Nami attempting to escape from Enel. Unfortunately, Usopp gets the brunt of his lightning attack. He probably would have turned to ash, if not for Sanji's fabulous timing and heroic sacrifice (don't worry, Usopp manages to save the poor guy later on). Oh, and get this, he also manages to sabotage Enel's ship, just a wee bit. - The ending of the volume shows a reunited Mugiwara crew, with Luffy heading up, and Nami trying to retrieve him with her waver.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Kurami Rocket

    3.5 This was definitely one of the more better volumes. Wasn't sure what to rate it. It was not quite a 3, but not quite a 4 either.. Some things were just a bit iffy, specifically the whole 'god' thing going on, and the whole 'judgement' thing, but this vol had the intensity of the arlong arc, imo. Especially since almost all of the crew is down this time around! Plus, in this vol, their bonds have really started to show since they are risking their lives to save one another and even take the en 3.5 This was definitely one of the more better volumes. Wasn't sure what to rate it. It was not quite a 3, but not quite a 4 either.. Some things were just a bit iffy, specifically the whole 'god' thing going on, and the whole 'judgement' thing, but this vol had the intensity of the arlong arc, imo. Especially since almost all of the crew is down this time around! Plus, in this vol, their bonds have really started to show since they are risking their lives to save one another and even take the enemy's attacks for each other! Enel has to be the strongest opponent the crew has ever faced before! And he has such a god complex, omg. Like seriously. Enel may be very powerful and has amazing powers, but he is no God. Not at all. Anyways, I also enjoyed the thinking and strategy in Luffy and Enel's battle. As well as their determination not to give up. I also feel bad for the people of Skypiea. They have no choice, but to run and leave the place they call home, because really there is no safe place there anymore. I actually feel and understand that feeling. I seriously wonder if Luffy will be able to save the Sky Island or if it's doomed to be destroyed. (Reminds me so much of the Frieza arc. The Namekian lost their planet and were forced to find a new uninhabitated planet. And despite some lives lost, they were still able to move forward somehow. There were other similarities which, reminded me of my fave anime, but they did work well and were slightly different. Both did it good.) Another thing, I really enjoyed was Nami. Ha, she minded me of Bulma trying to kiss up to Enel, until she figured out a solution to escape. And despite knowing what her opponent was capable off, I love how she still stood her ground. Nami really has developed as a character. This vol really brings for the 1st time ever, feelings of hopelessness. I have no doubt, Luffy can win somehow, yet the thought of Skypiea not surving this final battle still remains. Especially now that Enel has started his 'judgement'. Really look forward to how all this will end!

  20. 4 out of 5

    S. J.

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. + ACE!!!!!!!!! Love this chapter cover short story! Can't wait to see more about him. + Nami, Nami, Nami. Grrr. + You know, I hated those White Beret's; now I'm apparently suppose to like them. ...And I can't help but do, even after they all treat Conis so bad. (Though I'd like to hit a couple of them over that.) + Does anyone else hate the Ark's design? Anyone? + Luffy making the snake's eye blink...love it. + Luffy's anger over what happened to his crew and his first fight with Eneru is much better + ACE!!!!!!!!! Love this chapter cover short story! Can't wait to see more about him. + Nami, Nami, Nami. Grrr. + You know, I hated those White Beret's; now I'm apparently suppose to like them. ...And I can't help but do, even after they all treat Conis so bad. (Though I'd like to hit a couple of them over that.) + Does anyone else hate the Ark's design? Anyone? + Luffy making the snake's eye blink...love it. + Luffy's anger over what happened to his crew and his first fight with Eneru is much better then his fight with Crocodile. I wonder if making him wait to attack his enemy was what made that so...unendurable. The fact that he, a lowly Paramythia type of devil fruit powered person, can stand up to Eneru's Logia version is great. Like Nami says, he's probably the one person who could fight the Lightning Man. I love the full page of Eneru's 'Oh Crap' face. Hilarious. + Finally, Nami. You might actually have a place on this crew after all. + I hate that gold ball thing on Luffy's arm. Really, really...loathing, hatred, get it off. + So Luffy's interested in the bell. Hummmmmm. + I'm so glad the Sky people go to warn the Shandians (Shandorians sounds so much better). It shows they aren't as big jerks as you thought they were.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Novia

    For me, One Piece is best Manga ever written. The story always touch my heart, it is a combination of faithful friendship, laughter, loyalty and action. Some people might find this manga as silly and pointless (I’ve heard this before) but they never truly read the Manga and therefore judging it simply from the cover. I’ve been in that position too…and thank God I finally looked beyond the cover and found the greatest adventure any Mangaka ever written. More about One Piece at my blog http://bokuno For me, One Piece is best Manga ever written. The story always touch my heart, it is a combination of faithful friendship, laughter, loyalty and action. Some people might find this manga as silly and pointless (I’ve heard this before) but they never truly read the Manga and therefore judging it simply from the cover. I’ve been in that position too…and thank God I finally looked beyond the cover and found the greatest adventure any Mangaka ever written. More about One Piece at my blog http://bokunosekai.wordpress.com/cate... Annual One Piece Reread 2010 > http://bokunosekai.wordpress.com/2010... Annual One Piece Reread 2011 > http://bokunosekai.wordpress.com/2011... Annual One Piece Reread 2012 http://bokunosekai.wordpress.com/2012...

  22. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    I prefer the second half of this volume. The first half was the battle between Robin, Zoro, Gan Fall, Wiper, (Nami) vs Enel. Wiper's sense admiration, loyalty, bravery and duty was portrayed and I love him even more. The seconf half, when we have, Enel 'defeated' Luffy; Sanji and Usopp trying to rescue Nami; this part was quite intense, but still a lot of LOL moments, especially with Usopp SPELL!! Bahaha, and SANJI!! Such a cool and great man! I adored him more before that 3 days 2 years happene I prefer the second half of this volume. The first half was the battle between Robin, Zoro, Gan Fall, Wiper, (Nami) vs Enel. Wiper's sense admiration, loyalty, bravery and duty was portrayed and I love him even more. The seconf half, when we have, Enel 'defeated' Luffy; Sanji and Usopp trying to rescue Nami; this part was quite intense, but still a lot of LOL moments, especially with Usopp SPELL!! Bahaha, and SANJI!! Such a cool and great man! I adored him more before that 3 days 2 years happened. Sanji, used to be so gentlemanly, funny and cool, but now, maybe a bit too perverted, aargh! So Enel wanted to destroy Sky Island and bring it down to blue sea, will he succeed or fail? Check out the next volume to find out! 4 stars!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jessica G

    And yet again Usopp proves himself to be one of the best and somehow (???) the smartest characters in the whole crew. When he sees the guy known as ‘Kami’ (god) and asks if Sanji is also there with a negative response he just leaves and slams the door. And even when both he and Nami are in trouble, they both look at each other and burst out laughing because those two are the ones left to fight the Kami. LOVE IT.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Ashley

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. One Piece vol 30 Summary: CAPRICCIO. As Kami Eneru plans to obliterate Skypiea with all his unsuspecting followers on it, Nami can only stand by as he wipes out the Straw Hats. Switching allegiances in order to survive, all she can do is hope for a savior. Could the best defense against a deadly lightning bolt from above be a certain rubbery pirate?! Rating: 4 stars Opening Line: "Warrior Wyper, I warned you..." Quote: "I don't see anything godlike about you!!" One Piece vol 30 Summary: CAPRICCIO. As Kami Eneru plans to obliterate Skypiea with all his unsuspecting followers on it, Nami can only stand by as he wipes out the Straw Hats. Switching allegiances in order to survive, all she can do is hope for a savior. Could the best defense against a deadly lightning bolt from above be a certain rubbery pirate?! Rating: 4 stars Opening Line: "Warrior Wyper, I warned you..." Quote: "I don't see anything godlike about you!!"

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kate

    Ah, nearing the end of the Skypiea story arc. There were some great moments with each crew member, and it is clear that the crew's teamwork needs work still. I miss seeing Robin explore on her own and researching like she did to find Shandora. Oda's SBS question/answer segments are too precious, not to mention the frontispiece mini-story featuring Ace on his search for Blackbeard(urgghh). One Q&A that had me intrigued was when a reader asked Oda about weather manipulation. Ah, nearing the end of the Skypiea story arc. There were some great moments with each crew member, and it is clear that the crew's teamwork needs work still. I miss seeing Robin explore on her own and researching like she did to find Shandora. Oda's SBS question/answer segments are too precious, not to mention the frontispiece mini-story featuring Ace on his search for Blackbeard(urgghh). One Q&A that had me intrigued was when a reader asked Oda about weather manipulation.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Samantha wickedshizuku Tolleson

    As with all the volumes of One Piece. This one hits the ground running. Volume starts with chapter 276. Here we find that the god Enel is confronting the warrior Waipa and Zoro. Very powerful message in this one. I'm sure any fan of the anime is going to find it even more powerful while reading it. As with all the volumes of One Piece. This one hits the ground running. Volume starts with chapter 276. Here we find that the god Enel is confronting the warrior Waipa and Zoro. Very powerful message in this one. I'm sure any fan of the anime is going to find it even more powerful while reading it.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Hannah Belyea

    Eneru is wiping out the Straw Hats, leaving Nami with a terrible choice: join his side and live, or wait in agony for a possible hero to arrive! Oda amps up the tension and suspense in this thrilling entry to the "One Piece" series. With her friends falling one by one, can Nami survive long enough to see the end of Eneru once and for all?! Eneru is wiping out the Straw Hats, leaving Nami with a terrible choice: join his side and live, or wait in agony for a possible hero to arrive! Oda amps up the tension and suspense in this thrilling entry to the "One Piece" series. With her friends falling one by one, can Nami survive long enough to see the end of Eneru once and for all?!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Jeffrey

    With the cast pared down to more reasonable levels, the crew of the Merry Go finally get a real shot at Kami Eneru, primarily in an entertaining face-off with Luffy. Significantly better than the previous volume.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Cat

    This volume is great, and my guess about Luffy was right : ) Basically lots of fighting madness and people trying to find each other before it all goes down. I really want to know how the Sky Island story is going to end!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Joy

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Luffy in the snake = hee!

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