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Who promised that they would never lose another fight until they defeated a certain someone?

Answer: Zoro
After being defeated by Dracule Mihawk, the world's greatest swordsman, Zoro vowed to his captain, Luffy, that he would never lose another fight until he could defeat Mihawk. This promise is a testament to Zoro's determination and commitment to becoming the greatest swordsman, and it serves as a driving force behind his relentless training and dedication.

How did Luffy get the scar under his eye?

Answer: Himself
Luffy got the scar under his eye by cutting himself to prove his bravery to Shanks and his crew. As a child, Luffy wanted to show that he was tough enough to join Shanks' pirate crew. To demonstrate his resolve, he took a knife and made a cut under his left eye, leaving a permanent scar. This act of bravery and determination is emblematic of Luffy's fearless nature.

Who was the first member of the SH crew to try and recruit a new member besides Luffy?

Answer: Nami
Nami was the first member of the Straw Hat crew to attempt recruiting a new member. She asked Chopper if he wanted to join their crew when she woke up in the mansion on Drum Island. Chopper, a reindeer with the ability to transform into different forms thanks to the Human-Human Fruit (Hito Hito no Mi), eventually joined the crew as their doctor, adding valuable medical expertise to the team.

Who was the first villain to defeat Luffy? 

Answer: Crocodile
The first villain to defeat Luffy in the One Piece series was Crocodile, also known as Sir Crocodile, the former president of the secret criminal organization Baroque Works and a member of the Seven Warlords of the Sea. Crocodile defeated Luffy multiple times during the Alabasta Arc using his sand-based powers, which allowed him to dehydrate anything he touched. Luffy ultimately triumphed in their final battle by exploiting Crocodile's weakness to water, demonstrating his resilience and growth as a fighter.

What made Crocodile join Luffy's "Rescue Ace Crew"?

Answer: Ivankov
Crocodile joined Luffy's "Rescue Ace Crew" due to a threat from Ivankov. Ivankov, a commander in the Revolutionary Army and a former prisoner of Impel Down, threatened to reveal a deeply embarrassing secret about Crocodile if he refused to cooperate. This coercion, combined with the opportunity to escape Impel Down and potentially achieve his own goals, persuaded Crocodile to join forces with Luffy and the others in their mission to rescue Ace from execution.

Who sucks all of the poison out of Luffy's body?

Answer: Reiju
Reiju, a member of the Vinsmoke family and part of Germa 66, helps Luffy by extracting the poison from his body. She does this by using her unique ability to ingest toxic substances through a process of suction, effectively acting as a remedy. This courageous act not only purges Luffy of the poison but also contributes significantly to his recovery, showcasing her compassion and the capabilities of her unique powers.

Who was the first marine Admiral to be shown in the series?

Answer: Aokiji
Aokiji, also known as Kuzan, was the first Marine Admiral introduced in the series. He was known for his laid-back demeanor and formidable ice-based powers. Aokiji's first appearance highlighted his significant role within the Marine organization. He later left the Marines after losing a duel to Akainu, who subsequently became the Fleet Admiral. Aokiji's departure marked a pivotal moment in the series, influencing the dynamics within the Marine ranks.

Who gave Shanks the scar on his eye?

Answer: Marshall D
Shanks acquired his distinctive scar from Marshall D. Teach, also known as Blackbeard. This encounter occurred before Teach became a notorious pirate and formed the Blackbeard Pirates. During their time on Whitebeard's crew, Teach used a claw weapon to give Shanks the scar. This event foreshadowed Teach's rise to power and his eventual betrayal of Whitebeard, showcasing his ruthless ambition and willingness to harm even respected figures like Shanks.

How many crewmates did Luffy say he wanted at the beginning of the series?

Answer: 10
At the beginning of the series, Monkey D. Luffy declared that he wanted to have 10 crewmates. This number, excluding himself, signifies his desire to build a strong and diverse crew capable of supporting him in his quest to become the Pirate King. Over time, Luffy's crew, the Straw Hat Pirates, grows as he recruits individuals with unique skills and backgrounds, each contributing to the crew's overall strength and camaraderie.

Who said- Zoro should cut diamond next?

Answer: Daz Bones
After being defeated by Zoro, Daz Bones, also known as Mr. 1, remarked, "What are you going to cut next, diamond?" This comment came after Zoro successfully cut through Daz Bones' steel body using his newfound ability to sense and cut steel. This battle took place during the Alabasta Arc, marking a significant milestone in Zoro's development as a swordsman.

Who was the first recruit of the SH crew?

Answer: Zoro
Zoro was the first recruit of the Straw Hat crew. Luffy found him captured by the Marines and tied to a post, where he was being punished for standing up to the corrupt Marine Captain Morgan. Recognizing Zoro's strength and potential, Luffy asked him to join his crew. Zoro agreed after Luffy helped him escape, marking the beginning of the Straw Hat Pirates.
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