When Luffy is separated from his crew he ends up on the ship of Crescent Beard Galley in search of some food; its crew picks a fight with him but Luffy effortlessly beats them anyways. Meanwhile the ship heads for a town on a small island that was ravaged by pirates fifteen years ago, and when he disembarks, Luffy is attacked by a young woman named Silk. When she realizes that he isn’t Galley, Silk offers Luffy a good meal and explains to him that, as it’s her greatest treasure, she will defend the town at all costs. So when Galley returns to ransack the island – and settle his grudge with Luffy – it’s time for Silk to prove that she can protect what is most dear to her. Can the pair stop Galley from destroying the town, and will Luffy be able to meet up with the crew of the Thousand Sunny again?
Anime Review: Romance Dawn Story DRICO This edition to the one piece franchise is a delight to those who are fans of the series and takes us back to a simplier time before the story arcs hit full gear. Set after the events of Enis Lobby and before their arrival at the Sabaody Archipelago it involve Luffy getting seperated from the crew and stubbling upon a pirate crew about to attack a small village on a remote island. In true Luffy fashion he is caught up in the middle of everything and is both attack by the villagers and the pirates with only the help of his new friend Silk. It brings One Piece back to its roots and is a simple OVA with not too much drama and doesn't take itself too seriously. It's okay nothing special but worth the watch for any fan of the series (epsecially the earlier episodes). The animation and sound are good but nothing spectacular while the story and characters are simple in motivation with a once off weak villan that Luffy has too way much trouble dealing with. You aren't missing anything by not watching it but give it a watch if you have time as at least it's better than most of the filler episodes. But Hey, Thats Just My Opinion. -DRICO.