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Straw Hats, Rise of Monsters

By Neb Storm

Action / Adventure

Day into Darkness

Neb: I don't own One Piece, this is a fan made story.

Zoro grabbed hold of her before swords began to fall from the sky, he quickly found cover. The rain of swords seemed endless, so many pirates, marines, and CP agents just gone. He grunted before turning his head to the creature. It stood like a giant ten times the size of Pica from when he cut him in half. The creature had lost it's arm to him, but not for long as it repaired itself using the ocean, land, and sky.

The Captain was sinking within it's arm, because he jumped the gun and thought lets try hitting it hard. "Baka," Zoro responded. Though he couldn't blame the captain, after all Zoro tried to do the same thing, he's just fortunate to be able to swim. He looked to the blonde girl that was in his arms and then started scanning the field for Chopper and spotted Robin hiding in an area shielding herself from the swords along with Nami and Usopp. Brook and Franky were no where to be seen, and Sanji was running up the swords dodging each one that came close to hitting him. Guess he was on rescuing Luffy job.

"Zoro," a small voice spoke up behind him. Zoro turned around to see Chopper who was already checking up on the girl. Before everyone knew it the sky became pitch black and then red as more creatures like it begin to rise from the land, sea, and sky.

"It's here," Robin spoke up as she moved from underneath her cover. The swords had stopped raining from the sky. "The sky goes red and monsters are born. Only can the sound of peace can stop their tracks." Zoro grunted before looking back at Sanji pulling Luffy out of the monster's arm and jumping back to safety as Luffy was passed out.

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