List of One Piece episodes (season 6)

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The cover of the first DVD compilation released by Toei Animation of the sixth season

The sixth season of the One Piece anime series, split into two "Sky Island" chapters, was produced by Toei Animation, and directed by Konosuke Uda based on Eiichiro Oda's manga by the same name. It was licensed by Funimation as the first season after 4Kids Entertainment dropped their heavily edited dubbing. The sixth season deals primarily with the Straw Hat Pirates's exploration of the legendary Skypiea, a land of winged humanoids built upon clouds, where they face off against Eneru and his henchmen.

The sixth season originally ran from February 9, 2003 through June 13, 2004 on Fuji TV and contained 52 episodes. The English version ran from September 29, 2007 through March 15, 2008 on Cartoon Network, ending on episode 167 in the US. Australia has continued to air new episodes and began aired unedited episodes starting with episode 175 and ended with episode 195 on January 7, 2009.

The season uses six pieces of theme music: two opening themes and four ending themes. The opening theme until episode 168 is "Hikari e" (ヒカリヘ?, lit. Toward the Light) by The Babystars. The second is "Bon Voyage" by Bon-Bon Blanco, starting from episode 169 onwards. The ending theme up to episode 156 is "Free Will" by Ruppina. Episodes 157 through 168 use Ruppina's "Faith". Episodes 169 through 181 use "A to Z" by ZZ. The remaining episodes use "Tsuki to Taiyō" (月と太陽?, lit. The Moon and The Sun) by shela. Funimation has also produced English versions of the songs.

Episode list[edit]

"Sky Island ~ Skypiea"[edit]

No. Title[1] Original airdate English airdate
144 "Caught Log! The King of Salvagers, Masira!"
"Ubawareta kiroku! Sarubēji ō Mashira!" (奪われた記録!サルベージ王マシラ!) 
February 9, 2003[2] September 29, 2007[3]
October 20, 2007[4]
Nami's log pose begins to point to the sky, after that, a big ship falls from sky and the crew finds a map in of an island named 'Skypiea' on a 200-year-old ship. They compete with the monkey-like Masira's salvage crew while they search for more clues on how to get there. The episode ends with Masira, Luffy, Zoro, and Sanji being eaten by a giant turtle. 
145 "Monsters Appear! Don't Mess with the Whitebeard Pirates!"
"Kaibutsu tōjō! Shirohige Ichimi ni wa te o dasu na" (怪物登場!白ひげ一味には手を出すな) 
February 16, 2003[5][6] October 6, 2007[7]
November 3, 2007[8]
The Straw Hats decide to go to Jaya island to look for information on Skypeia. Meanwhile, Ace suddenly shows up on Buggy's ship; Buggy doesn't let any of his men attack Ace, fearing Whitebeard's retribution. 
146 "Quit Dreaming! Mock Town, the Town of Ridicule!"
"Yume o miru na! Azakeri no machi Mokku Taun!" (夢を見るな!嘲りの街モックタウン!) 
February 23, 2003[9][n 1] October 13, 2007[10][11]
Jaya's main town is full of famous pirates that are constantly brawling with each other. Luffy and Zoro have a run-in with a pirate known as 'Bellamy the Hyena,' who ridicules their dreams and beats them up. 
147 "Distinguished Pirates! A Man Who Talks of Dreams and the King of Undersea Search!"
"Kaizoku no takami! Yume o kataru otoko to kaitei shinsaku ō" (海賊の高み!夢を語る男と海底探索王) 
March 9, 2003[12] October 20, 2007[13]
Luffy, Zoro and Nami meet the man who is later revealed to be Blackbeard. They leave Mock Town, and get into a fight with Masira's brother Shōjo, another salvage monkey. 
148 "Legendary Family! Noland, the Liar!"
"Densetsu no ichizoku! Usotsuki Nōrando" (伝説の一族!「うそつきノーランド」) 
March 16, 2003[14] October 27, 2007[15][16]
The Straw Hats meet with Montblanc Cricket on another part of Jaya; Cricket is a descendant of Montblanc Noland, an infamous "liar" who told of a gold city on Jaya, and Cricket was outcasted for looking for artifacts of the gold city. He may be the only person who knows how to get to Skypiea. 
149 "Steer for the Clouds! Capture the South Bird!"
"Kumo kaji ippai! Sausubādo o oe!" (雲舵いっぱい!サウスバードを追え!) 
March 23, 2003[17] November 3, 2007[18][19]
Cricket explains how the Straw Hats can ride a dangerous vertical current called the Knock-Up Stream to get to Skypeia. However, they first have to catch a southbird to point them toward the point where the stream will erupt from the ocean. 
150 "Dreams Don't Come True?! Bellamy vs. the Saruyama Alliance!"
"Gensō wa kanawanai!? Beramī VS saruyama rengō" (幻想は叶わない!?ベラミーVS猿山連合) 
April 13, 2003[20] November 10, 2007[21]
While the Straw Hats are looking for a Southbird, Bellamy and his crew attack Cricket's house, and steal the gold artifacts he'd collected over the years from his salvage work. When the Straw Hats return and see what happened, Luffy decides to take a side trip back to Mock Town. 
151 "100 Million Man! World's Greatest Power and Pirate Black Beard!"
"Ichioku no otoko! Sekai saikō kenryoku to kaizoku kurohige" (一億の男!世界最高権力と海賊黒ひげ) 
April 20, 2003[22] November 24, 2007[23][24]
Luffy takes out Bellamy with a single punch. Meanwhile, the world government heads are concerned over Whitebeard, Shanks, and Luffy. The marines try to decide who will replace Crocodile as a Shichibukai - one of Blackbeard's crew shows up uninvited and nominates his captain. 
152 "Take to the Sky! Ride the Knockup Stream!"
"Fune wa sora o yuku! Tsukiageru kairyū ni nore" (船は空をゆく!突き上げる海流に乗れ) 
April 27, 2003[25] December 1, 2007[26][27]
The Going Merry is refitted by Masira and Shōjo to be more flight capable, and the Straw Hats catch a ride on the Knock-Up Stream for Skypeia. 
153 "Sail the White Sea! The Sky Knight and the Gate in the Clouds!"
"Koko wa sora no umi! Sora no kishi to tengoku no mon" (ここは空の海!空の騎士と天国の門) 
May 4, 2003[28] December 8, 2007[29][30]
The Straw Hats arrive in an ocean above the clouds. Usopp almost falls out of the Going Merry but is saved at the last minute. The crew is also attacked by a mysterious looking warrior, but is saved by the Knight of the Sky. Finally, they arrive at the border which transports them to the upper realm, Skypiea. 
154 "Godland, Skypiea! Angels on a Beach of Clouds!"
"Kami no kuni Sukaipia! Kumo no nagisa no tenshitachi" (神の国スカイピア!雲の渚の天使たち) 
May 11, 2003[31] December 15, 2007[32][33]
As the crew arrives in Skypiea, they're greeted by Conis and her pet Suu. Both she and her father start explaining how the life in Skypiea is and how the different Dials work. 
155 "The Forbidden Sacred Ground! The Island Where God Lives and Heaven's Judgement!"
"Kindan no seichi! Kami no sumi shima to ten no sabaki!" (禁断の聖地!神の住む島と天の裁き!) 
May 18, 2003[34] December 22, 2007[35]
Nami finds out what should happen to anyone who enters the forest. Meanwhile, the rest of the gang are waiting for the wind to change but are rudely assaulted by Skypiea's police who are going to carry out Heaven's Judgement. 
156 "Already Criminals?! Skypiea's Upholder of the Law!"
"Hayaku mo hanzaisha!? Sukaipia no hō no banjin" (早くも犯罪者!?スカイピアの法の番人) 
June 8, 2003[36][37] December 29, 2007[38][39]
The Straw Hats have some problems with the local justice enforcer force called "The White Berets." 
157 "Is Escape Possible?!? God's Challenge is Set in Motion"
"Dasshutsu naru ka!? Ugokihajimeta kami no shiren!" (脱出なるか!?動きはじめた神の試練!) 
June 15, 2003 January 5, 2008[40][41]
Before they can leave Chopper, Robin, Nami and Zoro are abducted by a giant shrimp. Luffy, Sanji and Usoppe go after them to the upper yard 
158 "A Trap on Lovely Street! The Almighty God Eneru"
"Raburī dōri no wana! Zennō naru Goddo Eneru" (ラブリー通りの罠!全能なる神エネル) 
June 22, 2003 January 5, 2008[42]
January 12, 2008[citation needed]
Conis leads Luffy, Usopp, and Sanji to a boat to get to Upper Yard, but she tells them it is a trap and almost gets hit by "Heaven's Judgment". 
159 "Onward Crow! To the Sacrificial Altar!"
"Susume Karasumaru! Ikenie no saidan o mezase" (すすめカラス丸!生贄の祭壇を目指せ) 
July 6, 2003 January 19, 2008[43]
Luffy, Usopp and Sanji finally enter Upper Yard, only to find out that the whole road is trapped heavily, but at last they arrive at the Ordeal Gates. Meanwhile Robin, Zoro, and Nami go out to explore Upper Yard while Chopper stays behind to guard the ship. 
160 "10% Survival Rate! Satori, the Mantra Master!"
"Seizonritsu 10%! Mantora tsukai no shinkan Satori" (生存率10%!心綱使いの神官サトリ!) 
July 13, 2003 January 26, 2008[44][45]
Luffy, Sanji, and Usopp enter the Ordeal of Balls gate and encounter the Priest Satori. 
161 "The Ordeal of Spheres! Desperate Struggle in the Lost Forest!"
"'Tama no shiren' no kyōi! Mayoi no mori no shitō" (「玉の試練」の脅威!迷いの森の死闘) 
July 20, 2003 February 2, 2008[46]
Usopp, Sanji and Luffy fight Satori, but the power of Mantra seems to be too strong. 
162 "Chopper in Danger! Former God vs. Priest Shura!"
"Choppā abunau shi! Moto kami VS Shinkan Shura" (チョッパー危うし!元神VS神官シュラ) 
August 3, 2003[47] February 9, 2008[48][49]
Chopper, threatened by priest Shura, blows the whistle for Gan Fall to come, but before he can arrive, Priest Shura assaults Chopper and begins destroying the Going Merry. 
163 "Profound Mystery! Ordeal of String and Ordeal of Love?!?"
"Makafushigi! Himo no shiren to koi no shiren!?" (摩訶不思議!紐の試練と恋の試練!?) 
August 10, 2003 February 16, 2008[50][51]
Satori is defeated by Luffy and Sanji. Meanwhile Gan Fall has been defeated and Chopper jumps in the water to rescue him. 
164 "Light the Fire of Shandora! Wyper the Warrior!"
"Shandora no tō o nobose! Senshi Waipā" (シャンドラの灯を燈せ!戦士ワイパー) 
August 17, 2003 February 23, 2008[52][53]
Chopper is saved by a bunch of giant Southbirds, who tell him that Gan Fall was actually God. Nami, Zoro and Robin discover the reason why Upper Yard is a soil island: It was once part of Jaya, and this is the part that Liar Norland saw. Meanwhile the Shandians attack Upper Yard. 
165 "Jaya, City of Gold in the Sky! Head for God's Shrine!"
"Tenkū no ōgonkyō Jaya! Mezase kami no yashiro" (天空の黄金卿ジャヤ!目指せ神の社!) 
August 24, 2003 March 1, 2008[54]
The Shandians' attack on Upper Yard has started. The crew is finally reunited, and everyone speaks up about what has happened. Chopper takes care of Gan Fall, and the pirates plan to steal the gold on the island. 
166 "Festival on the Night Before Gold-Hunting! Feelings for "Vearth!""
"ōgon zenya matsuri! Vāsu e no omoi!" (黄金前夜祭!「ヴァース」への想い!) 
September 7, 2003 March 8, 2008[55]
After befriending a wolf pack, Gan Fall tells the crew a little more about the history of Upper Yard. 
167 "Enter God Eneru! Farewell to Survivors!"
"Goddo Eneru tōjō!! Ikinokori e no yoake kyoku" (神·エネル登場!!生き残りへの夜明曲) 
September 21, 2003 March 15, 2008[56][57]

Eneru takes away the limitations of the priests. Also, Usopp witnesses a mysterious person fixing the ship; the next day Merry is found to be back to her original form. After getting her off the altar, the pirates plan out their course of action.

Note: This was the last episode to air on Toonami during its original run. The show returned to Toonami on May 18, 2013, continuing from episode 207. 
168 "A Giant Snake Bares Its Fangs! The Survival Game Begins!"
"Kiba muku ōhebi! Tsui ni hajimaru sabaibaru gēmu" (牙むく大蛇!遂に始まる生き残り合戦) 
October 12, 2003[58] August 31, 2010 (DVD)
A giant python makes Luffy, Robin, Chopper and Zoro split while going to the ruins at the south. 
169 "The Deadly Reject! War Demon Wyper's Resolve!"
"Sutemi no haigeki! Senki Waipā no kakugo" (捨身の排撃!!「戦鬼」ワイパーの覚悟) 
October 19, 2003 August 31, 2010 (DVD)
Wyper takes out Shura and tells his goal to the Shandians, and Eneru speaks up about how many people will be alive by the end of his plan. 
170 "Fierce Mid-Air Battle! Pirate Zoro vs. Warrior Braham!"
"Kūchū no gekisen! Kaizoku Zoro VS Senshi Burahamu" (空中の激戦!海賊ゾロVS戦士ブラハム) 
October 19, 2003 October 26, 2010 (DVD)
Zoro fights the Shandian warrior Braham, and defeats him with One Sword Style: 36 Caliber Phoenix technique. ("36-Pound Cannon" In Japanese) 
171 "The Roaring Burn Bazooka!! Pirate Luffy vs. Warrior Wyper!"
"Unaru nenshōhō!! Rufi vs senki Waipā" (唸る燃焼砲!!ルフィVS戦鬼ワイパー闘) 
October 26, 2003 October 26, 2010 (DVD)
Luffy fights Wyper, but after some time, he falls into some underground ruins. Meanwhile, Eneru appears on the Going Merry and after telling that his true goal was the City of Gold, he takes out both Usopp and Sanji; He then vanishes and leaves Satori's brothers, Hotori and Kotori, to avenge their brother. 
172 "The Ordeal of Swamp! Chopper vs Priest Gedatsu!"
"Numa no shiren! Choppā VS Shinkan Gedatsu!!" (沼の試練!チョッパーVS神官ゲダツ!!) 
November 2, 2003 October 26, 2010 (DVD)
Chopper is attacked by Gedatsu, who turns out to be a complete moron, and eventually defeats him, sending him plummeting to the Blue Sea. Conis and Pagaya help Aisa, and head to Upper Yard. 

"Sky Island ~ The Golden Bell"[edit]

No. Title Original airdate English airdate
173 "Unbeatable Powers! Eneru's True Form is Revealed!"
"Muteki no nōryoku! Akasareru Eneru no shōtai" (無敵の能力!明かされるエネルの正体) 
November 9, 2003 October 26, 2010 (DVD)
Eneru defeats several members of the Shandian Tribe. Meanwhile, Gan Fall and Nami start and finish their fight with Kotori and Hotori. Hotori is defeated by Nami while Kotori is defeated by Gan Fall. 
174 "A Mystical City! The Grand Ruins of Shandora!"
"Maboroshi no to! Yūdai naru Shandora no iseki!!" (幻の都!雄大なるシャンドラの遺跡!!) 
November 16, 2003 October 26, 2010 (DVD)
While Robin is looking at some ruins she found, Yama, The Chief Enforcer, attacks her. Yama is easily defeated by Robin. Later, she discovers the legendary city, Shandora. 
175 "0% Survival Rate! Chopper vs Ohm, the Sword Wielding Priest!"
"Seisonritsu 0%!! Choppā VS shinkan Ōmu" (生存率0%!!チョッパーVS神官オーム) 
December 21, 2003 October 26, 2010 (DVD)
Priest Ohm appears and starts fighting everyone. 
176 "Climb Giant Jack! Deadly Combat in the Upper Ruins!"
"Kyodai mame tsuru o nobore!! Jōsō iseki no shitō" (巨大豆蔓”を登れ!!上層遺跡の死闘) 
January 11, 2004 October 26, 2010 (DVD)
At the Upper Ruins, the fight between Ohm, Zoro, Gan Fall and Wyper begins. When Nami appears, she is swallowed by the giant python, along with Gan Fall and Aisa. 
177 "The Ordeal of Iron! White Barbed Death Match!"
"Tetsu no shiren no shinkocchō! Shiroibara Desumacchi!!" (鉄の試練の真骨頂!白荊デスマッチ!!) 
January 18, 2004 October 26, 2010 (DVD)
Ohm makes matters worse, creating a barbed wire cage around the area. Laki is knocked out by Eneru, and Nami, Aisa, and Gan Fall find out why the python was rampaging so much. 
178 "Bursting Slash! Zoro vs Ohm!"
"Hotobashiru Zangeki! Zoro VS shinkan Ōmu!!" (ほとばしる斬撃!ゾロVS神官オーム!!) 
January 25, 2004 October 26, 2010 (DVD)
Zoro finally defeats Priest Ohm with his 108 Caliber Phoenix technique. Meanwhile Pagaya and Conis hear the terrible truth about the goal of Eneru: to eradicate every person in the sky. 
179 "Collapsing Upper Ruins! The Quintet for the Finale!"
"Kuzure yuku jōsō iseki! Shūkyoku e no gojūsō" (崩れゆく上層遺跡!終曲への五重奏!!) 
February 1, 2004 October 26, 2010 (DVD)
Eneru appears only to reduce the group as close to his prediction as he can. 
180 "Showdown in the Ancient Ruins! Sky God Eneru's Goal!"
"Kodai iseki no taiketsu! Goddo Eneru no mokuteki" (古代遺跡の対決!神·エネルの目的) 
February 8, 2004[59] October 26, 2010 (DVD)
Eneru counterattacks Gan Fall and lands a finishing hit. He then knocks out Robin as she tries to manipulate him. Zoro impresses Eneru with his power but is easily beaten, while trying to make him pay for what he did to Robin; but it takes Wyper with a secret weapon to take Eneru down. 
181 "Ambition Towards the Endless Vearth! The Ark Maxim!"
"Kagirinai daichi e no yabō hakobune Makushimu" (限りない大地への野望方舟マクシム!!) 
February 15, 2004 October 26, 2010 (DVD)
Eneru defeats Zoro and Wyper. Upon seeing this, Nami follows him to a cave where his ark, Maxim, is. Luffy finally gets out of the snake, along with Aisa, only to find out the outcome of the fight against Eneru. When Aisa tells him that she knows where he is, he asks her to take him there. 
182 "They Finally Clash! Pirate Luffy vs God Eneru!"
"Tsui ni gekitotsu! Kaizoku Rufi VS Goddo Eneru!!" (遂に激突!海賊ルフィVS神·エネル!!) 
February 22, 2004 October 26, 2010 (DVD)
Luffy and Eneru start fighting. Conis tells the dangers of staying in Sky Island to the other Skypieans. 
183 "Maxim Surfaces! Deathpiea is Activated!"
"Makushimu ujō! Ugokihajimeta Desupia!!" (マクシム浮上!動き始めたデスピア!!) 
February 29, 2004 January 25, 2011 (DVD)
Eneru starts a machine that would bring the death of Sky Island: Deathpiea. 
184 "Luffy Falls! Eneru's Judgement and Nami's Wish!"
"Rufi rakuka! Kami no sabaki to Nami no nozomi!!" (ルフィ落下!神の裁きとナミの望み!!) 
March 7, 2004 January 25, 2011 (DVD)
Luffy falls from the ark. Nami starts fighting Eneru while Sanji and Usopp try to rescue her. 
185 "The Two Awaken! On the Front Lines of the Burning Love Rescue!"
"Mesameta futari! Moeru koi no kyūshutsu zensen!!" (目覚めた二人!燃える恋の救出前線!!) 
March 14, 2004 January 25, 2011 (DVD)
Usopp and Sanji split up to rescue Nami, but the first one to get on deck is Usopp. 
186 "Capriccio for Despair! The Impending Doom of Sky Island!"
"Zetsubō e no kyōsōkyoku hakari kuru sorajima no shōmetsu!!" (絶望への狂想曲迫り来る空島の消滅!!) 
March 21, 2004 January 25, 2011 (DVD)
Eneru's thunderclouds are coming down to Sky Island while the evacuation is half complete. 
187 "Lead by a Bell's Sound! Tale of the Great Warrior and the Explorer!"
"Kane no oto no michibiki! Daisenshi to shinkenka no monogatari" (鐘の音の導き!大戦士と探検家の物語) 
March 28, 2004 January 25, 2011 (DVD)
The history of Norland and Calgara is told, as a flashback from Wyper. 
188 "Free From the Spell! The Great Warrior Sheads Tears!"
"Jubaku kara no kaihō! Daisenshi ga nagashita namida!!" (呪縛からの解放!大戦士が流した涙!!) 
March 28, 2004 January 25, 2011 (DVD)
Norland and Calgara are enjoying themselves, as well as the villagers and Norland's crew, but that changes one day, as the villagers start hating their new friends. 
189 "Eternal Friends! The Vowed Bell Echoes Across the Mighty Seas!"
"Eien no shinyū! Daikaigen ni hibiku chikai no kane" (永遠の親友!大海原に響く誓いの鐘) 
April 4, 2004 January 25, 2011 (DVD)
The cause of the hatred is discovered and explained. Meanwhile, Calgara vows to meet Norland again. 
190 "Angel Island, Obliterated! The Horror of The Raigo's Advent!!"
"Enjerushima shōmetsu! Raigō kōrin no kyōfu!" (エンジェル島消滅!雷迎降臨の恐怖!!) 
April 25, 2004 January 25, 2011 (DVD)
Angel Island is destroyed by Eneru's attacks. Luffy decides to go and ring the golden bell before Eneru takes it away. 
191 "Knock Over Giant Jack! Last Hope for Escape!"
"Kyodai mame tsuru o taose! Dasshutsu e no saigō no nozomi" (巨大豆蔓を倒せ!脱出への最後の望み) 
May 2, 2004 January 25, 2011 (DVD)
Nami finds out a way to get to Eneru and sends a message to the others for them to cut down Giant Jack. Zoro cuts down half of the stalk, but Eneru fires a bolt straight at Zoro, rendering him unconscious. As the others look on hopelessly, Wyper lets his pride get the better of him, saying that the descendants of Calgara should ring the bell. Usopp tries to help in a knowingly futile attempt by using his Exploding Star techniques. Robin tells Wyper that Cricket, Noland's descendant, is searching for the Gold City and Luffy wants to ring the bell for him. Reinvigorated, Wyper goes to Giant Jack and uses one final Reject, knocking down the rest of the stalk in the process. Nami and Luffy then charge up Giant Jack to face Eneru. 
192 "Miracle on Skypiea! The Love Song Heard in the Clouds!"
"Kami no kuni no kiseki! Tenshi ni todoita shima no kasei" (神の国の奇跡!天使に届いた島の歌声) 
May 9, 2004 January 25, 2011 (DVD)
Luffy defeats Eneru by smashing him into the Golden Bell, ringing it in the process. 
193 "The Battle Ends! Proud Fantasia Echo's Far!"
"Tatakai no shūen! Tōku hibiku hokori takaki gensōkyoku" (戦いの終焉!遠く響く誇り高き幻想曲) 
May 23, 2004 January 25, 2011 (DVD)
Luffy has won and the 400 year war on Sky Island is finally over. Montblanc Cricket and the Masira Brothers hear the Golden Bell ringing and realize that the Gold City was always in the sky. Eneru, who was thrown to the Blue Sea heads out to the Fairy Vearth (the Moon). The Sky People (both Skypieans and shandians) celebrate the end of the war with a great bonfire. 
194 "I Made it here! The Yarn the Poneglyphs Spin!"
"Ware koko ni itaru! Rekishi no honbun ga tsumugu mono" (我ここに至る!歴史の本文が紡ぐもの) 
June 6, 2004[60] January 25, 2011 (DVD)
Robin deciphers the poneglyphs on the Golden Bell and realizes how to find the Rio Poneglyph. She also discovers that the poneglyphs on the Bell were written by Gol D. Roger, who could understand poneglyphs, who had discovered the Rio Poneglyph, and had once visited Skypiea. Soon afterwards, the Straw Hats steal a bunch of gold from the Giant Anaconda's belly and they begin to leave Skypiea. 
195 "Off to the Blue Sea!! A Heartfelt Finale!!"
"Iza seikai e!! Omoi ga shibarinasu saishū gakushō" (いざ青海へ!!想いが織りなす最終楽章) 
June 13, 2004[61] January 25, 2011 (DVD)
The Golden Bell rings as the Straw Hats are going down to the sea, meaning that they are welcome and are deeply thankful for what they did. When the ship finally rests on the sea, problems appear, as the ship has landed in a Marine base. 

Home Releases[edit]

Japanese[edit]

Toei Animation (Japan, Region 2 DVD)
Volume Episodes Release date Ref.
6thシーズン 空島·スカイピア篇 piece.01 144–146 August 4, 2004 [62]
piece.02 147–149 September 1, 2004 [63]
piece.03 150–152 October 6, 2004 [64]
piece.04 153–155 November 3, 2004 [65]
piece.05 156–158 December 1, 2004 [66]
piece.06 159–161 January 13, 2005 [67]
piece.07 162–164 February 2, 2005 [68]
piece.08 165–167 March 3, 2005 [69]
piece.09 168–170 April 6, 2005 [70]
piece.10 171–173 May 11, 2005 [71]
6thシーズン 空島·黄金の鐘篇 piece.01 174–176 June 1, 2005 [72]
piece.02 177–179 July 6, 2005 [73]
piece.03 180–182 August 3, 2005 [74]
piece.04 183–185 September 7, 2005 [75]
piece.05 186–188 October 5, 2005 [76]
piece.06 189–191 November 2, 2005 [77]
piece.07 192–193 December 7, 2005 [78]
piece.08 194–195 January 11, 2006 [79]
ONE PIECE Log Collection “SKYPIEA” 144-159 June 24, 2011 [80]
“GOD” 160-179 July 22, 2011 [81]
“BELL” 180-195 August 26, 2011 [82]

English[edit]

Funimation Entertainment (USA, Region 1 DVD)
Volume Episodes Release date ISBN Ref.
Season Three First Voyage 144-156 July 6, 2010 ISBN 1-4210-2119-6 [83]
Second Voyage 157-169 August 31, 2010 ISBN 1-4210-2143-9 [84]
Third Voyage 170-182 October 26, 2010 ISBN 1-4210-2182-X [85]
Fourth Voyage 183-195 January 25, 2011 ISBN 1-4210-2222-2 [86]
Collections Collection 6 131-156 June 12, 2012 ISBN N/A [87]
Collection 7 157-182 August 14, 2012 ISBN N/A [88]
Collection 8 183-205 September 25, 2012 ISBN N/A [89]
Madman Entertainment (Region 4)
Collection Episodes Release date
Collection 12 144-156 August 17, 2011
Collection 13 157-169 September 14, 2011
Collection 14 170-182 October 19, 2011
Collection 15 183-195 November 16, 2011

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Aired as part of a special with episodes of other anime shows.

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