rule no.1 when meeting somebody from hell: always be polite
Anyway this is BSD underworld AU (also this soukoku thing I was drawing last night) where when you die you can have the option of running away from Trackers who come to drag you to hell. If you can outrun them then you get to live as a ghost and never go to hell or be reincarnated.
the main ship in this thing is shin soukoku / akuatsu i’ve got plots written up for other characters but these are the main ones
Luffy always sneaks off at night looking for food: he doesn’t even
do it on purpose - he often sleeps-eats after all - which doesn’t
make Sanji so happy about it (but he’s prepared, and if you hear a
sudden scream, that’s perfectly normal: the trick worked.)
Luffy, Usopp, Franky and Chopper always spend their money on
“That super amazing cool thing” than save it for actual
Zoro sleeps everywhere. Everywhere. So basically he’s always
in the way. And when the members of the crew stumbles on him, he
doesn’t even wake up. The only one to maybe avoid him is Sanji as
he’s often carrying food around – and food must not be wasted.
Sometimes Zoro gets even lost on the ship and ends up opening a door
on the toilets instead of the kitchen where he was thinking he was
going to - certainly looking for alcohol. (Fortunately let’s hope no
one was currently using the WC.)
Sanji can be
distracted from time to time, so he flicks his smoke to get the ash
off and and it somehow always end up in Zoro’s hair while he’s
napping, which absolutely infuriates him, and no matter where Zoro
naps and how careful Sanji is, it must be a curse as Zoro always has
ashes in his hair at the end of the day.
Usopp always makes excuses up when he doesn’t want to do something,
which often ends up with Luffy and Chopper doing the chores instead
of him and they don’t even see they’re being fooled – so basically
someone else from the crew (very often Nami or Zoro) has to remind
Usopp of his real duties and dismiss the Captain and the doctor.
Franky’s robotic parts make noises at night, especially when he
moves in his sleep. Zoro and Luffy don’t notice it, and the others
got used to it. However, Usopp didn’t. As Chopper happens to
shapeshift, the snipper uses it to his advantage (when he’s in that
big huge fluffy shape) to minimize the noises. It doesn’t work and
Franky suddenly wakes up thinking he’s being attacked.
Franky and Nami’s hair are always left behind in the shower. At
first Luffy was persuaded Vivi was back on the ship and hiding,
somehow, because of the hair colour. (It was really hard to convince him.)
Nami can’t help herself but always bets about anything with
everyone. And she, 99% of the time, wins them: so basically the whole
crew is more or less indebted to her - especially Zoro – and
therefore they have to make new deals with her which is actually
maybe not the best idea ever.
Chopper often forgets about his antlers when he is in another shape
than his usual one, so when he’s crossing a door in a hurry he might
scratch the wood of the walls - but Franky eventually got it fixed.
Robin is a woman who very often knows more than what she’s showing -
she just never says any thing. If the land is on sight, the
archeologist won’t say it until someone asks her, if someone lost
something and she knows where it is, she won’t say it if she’s not
directly asked about it.
When Robin is running out of book to read, her interventions get
more and more morbid which scares the hell out of them - and how
relieved they are to have a new island in sight.
Brook plays a lot of tunes and it gives the Thousand Sunny a very
nice atmosphere, but it can come to a point where the trip on the sea
until next land takes longer than they thought it would, so the
musician runs out of new partitions to play and ends up always
playing “Binkusu no sake” ten times a day, awakening some
of crew’s members homicidal (or skeletonal?) thoughts.
As usual, when one devil fruit user falls into the sea, at least two
other devil fruits users jump for them. The rest of the crew have a
few seconds left to figure out whether to leave them in there once for
good - especially that idiot captain - or who’s going this time.