Grand Line (5e Campaign Setting)

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Grand Line[edit]

The world of One Piece takes place in the pirate era, where people are just starting to learn how to make guns and are adventuring on the sea. Pirates range from a variety of people, from men wanting to be free, to others wanting wealth and power, though they must fight against the marine to pursue their dreams. But this all started because of one man...

Twenty years ago, Wealth, Fame, Power! Gold Roger, the King of the Pirates, obtained this and everything else the world had to offer! And his dying words drove countless souls to the seas!

My treasure? It's yours if you want it. Find it! I left everything this world has to offer there!

These words lured men to the grand line, pursuing dreams greater than they ever dared to imagine! This is the time known as the Great Pirate Era!

Grand Line Setting Information[edit]

Players Guide

There a lot of classes out in the Grand Line, ranging from fighter's who use their own hands to fight, to snipers exploding buildings from a distance, or even swordsman's who can cut things harder than steel.
In the Grand Line there are a lot of different kinds of races, from humanoid furry animals called mink, to fish-like humans called fishmen. Even though they have this huge variety, humans are the most commonly seen race.
Adventuring Gear
Potions and Poisons
Mounts and Animals
Other Goods and Services

There are some people who are good at what they do, but some are beyond being just good. Here you may see a list of feats you can give to your character in the Grand Line setting.

Devil Fruits

In the Grand Line there are legends and tales of magical fruits that gives you incredible abilities, like strechting your limbs, creating explosions, summoning earthquakes etc. However, their power does come with a huge price...

Background & Languages
Everyone has a origin story, you could not be different. Here are the many kinds of places youe character may have come from.

World of the Grand Line

The World & Locales
Time and History

Dungeon Master's Guide

<--An optional page which goes gives a general explanation of the world-->
You may encounter a lot of unique creatures on your journey in the Grand Line, ranging from giant sea monsters to massive elephants, and much more!
In this world, pirate or not everyone loves some treasure! Here is the ones you may gain while adventuring.
Variant Rules
Here are the Variant Rules recommended to be used while playing this setting.
Adding to Grand Line

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