Welcome everyone to OP-BadAssPirates!
For the group's sake to be unique we must match the art or deviants with the name of our group which is "OP-BadAssPirates", so from now on we will not automatically accept the art you submitted, it will be on vote between the administrators of this page.
I guess everyone already knows the meaning of being a BadAss (tough, cool, excellent, cute, awesome, good, mean, fun, srong, etc.) then if it is, it will be accepted and be placed in the gallery.
We will do this so that we cannot be compared to other OP groups as a normal or a regular group.
But you guys shouldn't worry because every art is unique in its own way and every art is always subjected to voting so that means 2 or more person will judge your submission, and note "every person" has a different taste when it comes to art, so just submit anything you want and enjoy!!
Submitting into the Gallery
Art will not be accepted into the 'Featured' folder, only the MOST outstanding will.
Art that goes against dA's rules (Screen shot from the anime, stolen work, etc)
And please remember to submit to the right folders! If you have any concerns just comment and one of the admins will help you out.
Joining the Group
Anyone can join this group just always remember to be friendly to everyone.
One Piece fanfic (spoilers up to volume 60)One Piece fanfic (spoilers up to volume 60) by MajorasMasks
WARNING: huge spoilers up to volume 60!
Read more/scroll down at your own risk!
The Death of Portgas D. Ace
That day at Marineford, Portgas D. Ace reached the end of his journey.
His tragic story flew from port to port, dragged by winds and currents, changing little by little the opinion of the people... Were the Marine and the World Government really in the right? Had that young pirate been such a great menace for real? Even if they were talking about the natural son of Gold Roger, the very one who had initiated the Age of Pirates and dragged the world into chaos, which faults did Fire Fist have in all of this?
Days and weeks passed, and soon even the official propaganda could not contain the questions of who had directly witnessed the events or listened to the report of who had been present there. But how could you not be affected by the deeds of that boy who, once freed from the seast
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