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  • Actors: Colleen Clinkenbeard, Luci Christian, Eric Vale
  • Producers: Justin Cook
  • Format: Animated, Color, NTSC, Full Screen
  • Language: Japanese, English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Funimation Prod
  • DVD Release Date: October 26, 2010
  • Run Time: 325 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003VQO53I
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #114,979 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Tales of a lost land of gold lured Luffy and his crew to the mysterious realm of Skypiea, but their dreams of untold riches quickly turned to nightmares thanks to the menacing minions of a devious deity! One by one, the stalwart Straw Hats are separated from their mates and forced to participate in a deadly contest where survival is the name of the game. Poisonous pythons of prolific size, Shandorian warriors with bazookas that burn, prize-fighting pooches that pack a mean punch, and balloon-shaped bad guys with a score to settle are just a few of the horrors which haunt this once-peaceful land! Ruled by Eneru – a fiend who fights with the power of thunder and lightning – the city of clouds becomes a twisting trail of terrible tribulations for these pirates in the hands of an angry god!

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Things get serious as the game is officially on! The God Eneru has decided to take four, and only four, with him on a journey to Fairy Vearth and has issued the order of trial by combat to decided the winner. Three teams face off against each other. Team God featuring the Priests of Eneru. Team Shandia lead by Wyper, and finally Team Straw Hat with the crew of the Going Merry. Battle Royale.

The "Season Three: Third Voyage" box set (actually Season Six by the Japanese counting) features episodes 170-182 uncut and unedited on two DVDs. Don't expect the end to the Skypiea saga just yet, but things do get good here.

I loved every episode in this box set. It was great to see the Straw Hats going after some folks who are serious competition. They have gotten off easy for far too long, and now they are separated, isolated, and just possibly out of their league.

Every episode has a show-down match: Episode 170 has Pirate Zoro vs. Warrior Braham. Episode 171 has Pirate Luffy vs. Warrior Wyper. Episode 172 has Chopper vs Priest Gedatsu. You get the picture. The competitors are slowly whittled away as the God Eneru draws close to his endgame. Some of the battles are heart-breaking, like seeing little Chopper having to face off alone against the Ordeal of Iron with a 0% survival rate. This was the first time in the series that I thought I was seriously going to see the death of a main character.

Not that it is all dark and heavy. It wouldn't be "One Piece" without some comedy thrown in, and there is a great bit with a giant snake and Monkey D. Luffy doing what he does best, to the detriment of all.

The final showdown of this box set is what we have all been waiting for, and it is a doozy. Episode 180 is Pirate Luffy vs God Eneru! You know you don't want to miss that!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Steven R. Peck on July 29, 2010
God Eneru's Survival Game is on, and it's very similar to a certain world famous reality TV series where a bunch of people are left to fend for themselves on an otherwise uninhabited island. While this competition normally votes off players in a tribal council, the eliminations in this game are decided by combat and judged by Eneru himself as he detects with his Mantra which players have gone unconscious or perhaps dead. Three teams vie for the grand prize: a journey for 4 with Eneru to Fairy Vearth, the rightful home of God. They are Team God, led by Eneru, Team Shandia, led by Wyper, and Team Straw Hat, led by Luffy. Of course, all Team Shandia wants is to eliminate Eneru and everyone else from THEIR island home and all Team Straw Hat wants is to find all of the gold on the island, but Eneru persists in his delusion, thinking that everyone worships him anyway. Some of the more notable events:

* Priest Shura of Team God (late in Season 3, 2nd Voyage) is one of the first casualties as he gets on the receiving end of Wyper's Reject Dial (like Priest Satori's Impact Dial but about 10 times stronger and dangerous even to the wielder).
* Zoro of Team Straw Hat fights with Braham of Team Shandia (who wields dual pistols) and sets out to try to prove wrong the old adage "never bring a sword to a gun fight."
* The captains of Team Straw Hat and Team Shandia meet and eagerly begin their contest of strength, but a gigantic, hungry snake may spoil their fight.
* Chopper of Team Straw Hat wanders into the territory of Priest Gedatsu of Team God. Will Gedatsu's gadgetry win out against Chopper's Rumble Ball abilities or will they prove to be his downfall?
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By Tortilla Lady on April 17, 2013
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Much better price than many big chain stores. Received it with no issues and I am very happy. Very awesome and I love One Piece. ^_^
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