You did a most beautiful one piece girls list, can you do the same for most handsome guys??? (btw I loved your choices with the girls)
Ok this is HELLA old Imma apologize right away for a taking so long and b that I’m doing a top 14 list, rather than top 10 list because they’re much more male characters
Once again all just my opinion on most attractive guys on One Piece, here we go:
Top 14 most handsome OP men:
14. Monkey D. Luffy
oh yeah Luffy is absolutely a very pretty guy
I love men who could kick my ass in heels and lipstick
His beauty wasn’t supposed to be seen as a joke, he really is gorgeous
He’s really really good looking and badass and tattooed. I’m sold and his new hairstyle is sick as fuck
10. X Drake
Love my 8 feet tall Dinosaur, the anime sometimes fucks him up but I think this particular shot is even sweeter than some manga panels
9. Donquixote Doflamingo
Everybody is secretly attracted to the garbage bird and it’s always gonna stay that way
8. Young!Monkey D. Garp
The amount of money I’d pay to touch his arms and face and abs…and other things
7. Dracule Mihawk
Zoro’s adoptive Daddy is handsome and he knows it, allso huge bonus that he’s pretty much one of the very very very few OP men who know how to dress well the others being Sabo, Kuzan and Sakazuki
6. Donquixote Rocinante
He’s even more handsome than his brother and if anyone is hesitant to acknowledge his beauty because of his hidious Make-up than please take a look at Cora-san here
Holy fucking shit *drools*
He’d probably be higher up in this list if he shaved his legs, anyways he’s really gorgeous
4. Portgas D. Ace
No doubt Ace is a handsome fella
My Nr 1 favorite character and such a handsome dude, I feel like people forget how attractive Sanji actually is because he always makes a fool out of himself and is also always the butt of the joke but honestly he’s called Mr Prince and Pretty Boy for reasons
Saw my man after his training and I already was like, holy hell he got pretty…and now after the timeskip…jesus christ you did a good job toei. Coby is sooo fine while he still rocks his pink hair, the flower bandana and the stupid glasses.
And here is the Nr 1 most attractive OP man, sorry guys if you expected someone else but Sabo is very veryhandsome and even tho I know for a fact that Oda sexed him up and made him attractive for money and fanservice I am happy he did it.
Something about the fact that the cute scared Usopp in syrup village is making fun of/annoying/cuddling/helping ‘The Terrifying Demon Of East Blue Who Will Slit Anyone’s Throat’™ on a regular basis gives me life.
I wonder if you had told pre-strawhat Usopp that he’d be hugging ‘The Demon Of East Blue’ on a regular basis and not get “killed” for it, would he go:
“That’s a really bad lie even my goldfish-poop-island story is more believable than that”
I can’t add linebreaks or anything like that on mobile
special thanks to Lucy, since this thing was inspired by the kingdom au we made.
“How’s it feel to be heading home, Your Highness?” asked Usopp “I heard they’re throwing a ball in honor of your visit! How exciting!”
“Very exciting,” Zoro said without looking away from the carriage window. He was too distracted to really answer, eyes trained on the forest they were riding through on the way to Zoro’s former home. He was excited to be back, sure, but not for the same reason as the others in the carriage.
“You seem out of it,” Nami said. “Are you feeling alright?”
“I’m fine,” Zoro replied. He looked at Nami, who stared at him with mild concern. “Really. I’m fine.”
Nami didn’t seem convinced, but Zoro wasn’t giving anymore information, so she dropped it. Zoro got like this sometimes. He’d become spacey and start messing with the heart-shaped pendant around his neck, like he was doing in the carriage at that moment. Nami didn’t know what made him get like that, but she didn’t ask. She didn’t want to pry.
The carriage ride finished in silence, and Zoro only seemed to get more restless until they reached the castle. The gates were opened to the castle and people cheered for the return of its former prince. Zoro was a King now, and had moved in with the Queen, Nami. It’d been a year since this had happened, and Zoro was returning home for a visit.
He hadn’t missed the castle that much, though he’d missed his family. However, Zoro had someone else he wanted to see in mind as they exited the carriage and headed inside the castle.
The day went by in a blur to Zoro. He greeted family and guests who arrived at the castle to say hello to him. There were plenty of people asking how he liked being king or being married but he barely responded. Nami caught him staring out the window and flat-out ignoring people trying to talk to him on more than one occasion and slapped him lightly over the head to get his focus back to the present, where some person Zoro vaguely knew told him about the fireflies that were just starting to arrive for the summer. Zoro didn’t dance all night, spare maybe one or two dances. He simply stood by the wall and waited, occasionally messing with the pendant around his neck. It was crudely-made, cut to look like a small heart out of bronze by someone who clearly didn’t know much about making necklaces. Zoro never took it off.
One by one, guests left the ball or retired to rooms set aside for them to stay the night. When the ballroom was empty save a few people too drunk to notice his absence, Zoro slipped out. He was careful as he snuck into the forest. Usually, he would turn around if he were caught and try again the next night. Tonight, however, there would be no second night, no second attempt. He had to get to the river tonight, or he may not get a chance for years.
Zoro had walked the forest path a thousand times, but that night he ran. He had to outrun anyone who might be following him, and he had to get to the river. He wanted to see Luffy again.
There was a bend in the river that created a small, sandy beach that reminded Zoro of a stage. On one side of the beach was a large, flat rock, which was a nice height to sit on. There were weeping willows around the area, mostly on the other side of the river. Fireflies, gnats, and mosquitos flew through the air, though Zoro barely paid any of these things any attention. He looked around the area and spotted someone sitting on the rock. Even though it was dark out, Zoro’s whole world seemed to light up.
“Hello, Your Highness. Long time no see,” the person said, hopping off the rock. Zoro could see him smiling as they both met each other in the middle of the beach.
“Hey, Luffy,” Zoro said. Luffy smiled even wider and hugged Zoro tightly. Zoro wasted no time hugging him back.
“Hey, Zoro,” Luffy said, pulling away. “How was that ball? You dance with anyone?”
“No, I didn’t. I was saving my dance,” Zoro said.
“Saving it?” Luffy asks. Zoro nodded and stepped back, then bowed and stuck out his hand to Luffy.
“May I have this dance?” he asked. Luffy laughed and took his hand.
“Of course!” Luffy said, and Zoro stood back up. He put a hand around Luffy’s waist, and Luffy put a hand on his shoulder. Despite the lack of music, the two started dancing. Luffy laughed, both of them smiling and enjoying themselves.
“I missed this,” Luffy said. “I missed you.”
“I missed you, too,” Zoro replied. “I missed you every day you were gone.”
“Well, I missed you every minute,” Luffy said, jokingly trying to one-up Zoro.
“I missed you every second,” Zoro said. He paused in his dancing to spin Luffy. As Luffy stepped away from him to spin, he said
“I miss you now.”
Luffy spun and stepped back, and they were dancing again.
“I miss you now,” Zoro said. Luffy nods.
“I miss you, too,” he said. The air seemed less playful then. After all, even when they were together again, they still weren’t really together. There was Zoro’s arranged marriage between them, and Luffy was only a farmhand while Zoro was a King. Even when they were holding each other, they were still far apart.
“Do you… do you remember how we met?” Zoro asked, hoping to change the subject to something happier. Luffy seemed to perk right up.
“You went out for a walk and got lost in the woods,” Luffy said, giggling. “Then you met me, right here by the river!”
“I wasn’t lost…” Zoro muttered, but he had a small smile on his face remembering it.
“I didn’t know you were the prince, I just thought you were some lost teen and we started talking.” Luffy stepped away from Zoro again so Zoro could spin him. Spinning was always his favorite part of dancing, though he definitely appreciated being close to Zoro as well. “And then we started meeting every night!”
“I wish we could do this more,” He said “I wish you lived closer to my new home. It doesn’t feel like home there without you.”
“I wish we could make our own home,” Luffy said.
“Yeah, but you know I can’t,” Zoro said.
“You have a duty to your kingdom, I know,” Luffy said, his tone implying they’d had this conversation before and it annoyed him. They’d talked about Zoro running away a lot when Zoro told Luffy that he was going to be married.
The two fell silent for a few minutes.
“What if you faked your death?” Luffy said. Zoro thought he was joking, but he seemed serious. Zoro laughed a bit.
“I think they’d notice if the King’s body just disappeared, Luffy,” Zoro said. Luffy frowned.
“Probably,” Luffy agreed. “Lost at sea, maybe?”
“…Maybe,” Zoro said.
“‘King Zoro, lost at sea. His body was never found,” Luffy said, imitating the town crier’s voice. Zoro laughed a bit and dipped Luffy, the pedant around his neck hitting Luffy. Luffy had made and given the pendant to him when he’d left to be married off, and he seemed happy to see Zoro was still wearing it.
“Elsewhere,” Luffy said. “A farmhand met a dead man by the riverside, and they danced all night long and ran away together in the morning!”
Zoro pulled Luffy back up and they continued dancing.
“I like that story,” Zoro said, smiling.
“So do I,” Luffy said “I think it’s my new favorite.”
“Yeah, me too.” Zoro said. They slowed down in their dance until they stopped entirely. They stood on the riverside and stared at each other. Zoro had been there for a while, and they both knew what had to come next.
“…I should probably head back,” Zoro said, breaking the silence with words Luffy knew he would hear but wished he never had to. Zoro’s visits never lasted long, after all.
“When will I see you again?” Luffy asked.
“I don’t know,” Zoro said, after a pause. Luffy nodded. There was another quiet moment.
Luffy stood up on his toes and hugged Zoro’s neck, Zoro hugging his waist. Luffy pulled Zoro’s head even closer to himself closer kiss him.
After a few seconds, both of them pulled away, though they still held each other.
“I love you,” Zoro said.
“I love you, too,” Luffy said, closing his eyes and resting his head on Zoro’s chest. There was silence again.
“I wish I weren’t a King,” Zoro said, running a hand through Luffy’s hair. “I could stay here with you forever.”
Luffy only nodded. Zoro planted a kiss in his hair, then pulled away.
“I’ve got something for you,” Zoro said, taking a necklace out of his pocket. It was similarly heart-shaped like the one Luffy had made for him, and obviously handmade by Zoro. Unlike Zoro’s, there was also a small green jewel charm attached. Luffy smiled and let Zoro put it over his head. “Now, you’ve got something to remember me by, too, the way I’ve got for you.”
“Thank you…” Luffy said, admiring it. “I’ve got a present for you, too.”
He took from his pocket a small red rock charm and held it out to Zoro. Zoro took off his necklace to put the charm on with the first, then let Luffy clip it back on.
They stared at each other for a few seconds, and then Zoro took a step back.
“I’ll wait for you,” Luffy said. “If you’re ever back in town, you know where to find me.”
“I’ll come back as soon as I can.” Zoro responded. He wanted to hug Luffy again, to hold Luffy and never let him go. He had to stop himself, though. He had to go home.
No, not home. He had to go back to the castle. He already was home, since his home was only a step in front of him.
Zoro broke eye contact with Luffy, and the spell that seemed to be keeping them both in place broke with it as Zoro turned around and walked away. Luffy stayed in place, noticing the fireflies seemed to glow dimmer than they did a minute ago.
Months later, Luffy was in town when he caught wind of a rumor that the King Roronoa Zoro had died at sea in a shipwreck. His body was not found, but the boat was discovered capsized.
Luffy made his way out of town and headed to the forest, trying to hide his excitement.
So… @mugiwaratrash had this stripper AU and well i felt like some LawxZoro was needed… so then this was created! In case ya seeing this sweetie, I BLAME YOU SO MUCH!
continue below if you dare~! Mwahaha!
Rated UR for Unreasonably Reasonable
“The Way You Make Me Feel”
Normally, Zoro gets a shift where
he won’t be so easily distracted when working at Will of D. but a certain best friend of his decided to mess with
him and switch his schedule; here he was, staring at the stage as a certain man
came out on stage. His heart was racing and it’s a good thing that he was
standing somewhat in the back. His eyes just landed on the famous dancer, “Dr.
Heartstealer” was his dubbed nickname and to be honest he can see why.
Not to mention his choice in outfit
tonight was a sexy nurse unfit to be used for anything but teasing the crap out
of endless fans. Even Luffy had to admit he really likes Law wearing the
outfit, and Ace was damn determined not to have Luffy take part in the show
tonight. Luffy is, after all, someone who manages to always wrack in more money
than anyone else as his body stretches in some of the most exotic ways.
Back on track, Zoro felt a lump form in his throat
at the sight of the tattooed male in heals and that nurse outfit; the way he
slowly walked out onto the stage, the mischievous glint in his eyes as he
gripped that slick stainless steel pole in the center before taking a test spin
around it set his heart racing. And then the music started playing, of all the
songs it was one that described Zoro’s emotions in a sense.
Pretty Baby With The
Give Me Fever
I’ve Never, Ever Known
Just A Product Of
He watched Law move
his hands down his body in beat of the music, the sinful gaze he shot across
the crowd made a shiver send down his spine; he could have sworn Law let his
gaze linger on him a little longer than anyone else.
Like The Groove Of
Talk, Your Dress
Feel Your Fever
Law spun around and
ground against the pole, gently shifting his hips in beat of those words. Zoro
couldn’t help but let his gaze shift to look Law up and down, a sharp tingle
shot through his body as those legs of his looked like they could put some
power behind each thrust— His face went red, he did not just think of Law like
Pick You Up In My Car
We’ll Paint The Town
Kiss Me Baby
Tell Me Twice
You’re The One For Me
Law just let the song
flow through his body before spinning around the pole, slowing rising up just a
bit before the crowd’s cheer fueled his drive,
Way You Make Me Feel
Way You Make Me Feel)
Really Turn Me On
Really Turn Me On)
Knock Me Off Of My Feet
Knock Me Off Of
Lonely Days Are Gone
Lonely Days Are Gone)
Law spun his body down
the pole and spread his legs open, the whistles and cheers caused him to smirk
and shoot a glance at Zoro; the blush rising to his cheeks sent a tingle even
down Law’s spine, yet the show carried on. Zoro drowned out the music as he
watched the exotic dancer preform his magic. Those nimble finger running down
and up that delicious body, the light grazing a little too close to that
clothed package. Zoro could feel a little something form between his legs
before he forced himself to look away, oh this was getting to be very dangerous
and Law knew the effect he had on everyone. The tips he racked up that night
was worth it though.
The song ended in the
distance as Zoro forced himself to run to the bathroom to cool off his burning
face, splashing the water on his face as he forced those images out of his
mind. How is he supposed to survive the night if Law is dancing like that, even
if it’s just for one show— “My my, can’t seem to hold yourself like you do your
liquor… huh Roronoa?”
Zoro flinched just a
bit as Law stood there, back in normal clothing yet those tight fabric hug his
body in the ways again. Law smirked and let those honey-silverish colored eyes
gaze down his body, “…If you want a private show, meet me after your shift…”
And with that Law
walked off, a slight sway to his hips and a smirk at the fact he caused Zoro to
and there we have it folks, a very needed first stripper AU~! I NEED TO WRITE SO MUCH MORE OH MY GOD YES