Nami's log pose begins to point to the sky, after that, a big ship falls from sky and the crew finds a map in of an island named 'Skypiea' on a 200-year-old ship. They compete with the monkey-like Masira's salvage crew while they search for more clues on how to get there.
The Straw Hats decide to go to Jaya island to look for information on Skypeia. Meanwhile, Ace suddenly shows up on Buggy's ship; Buggy doesn't let any of his men attack Ace, fearing Whitebeard's retribution.
Jaya's main town is full of famous pirates that are constantly brawling with each other. Luffy and Zoro have a run-in with a pirate known as 'Bellamy the Hyena,' who ridicules their dreams and beats them up.
Luffy, Zoro and Nami meet the man who is later revealed to be Blackbeard. They leave Mock Town, and get into a fight with Masira's brother Shōjo, another salvage monkey.
The Straw Hats meet with Montblanc Cricket on another part of Jaya; Cricket is a descendant of Montblanc Noland, an infamous "liar" who told of a gold city on Jaya, and Cricket was outcasted for looking for artifacts of the gold city. He may be the only person who knows how to get to Skypiea.
Cricket explains how the Straw Hats can ride a dangerous vertical current called the Knock-Up Stream to get to Skypeia. However, they first have to catch a southbird to point them toward the point where the stream will erupt from the ocean.
While the Straw Hats are looking for a Southbird, Bellamy and his crew attack Cricket's house, and steal the gold artifacts he'd collected over the years from his salvage work. When the Straw Hats return and see what happened, Luffy decides to take a side trip back to Mock Town.
Luffy takes out Bellamy with a single punch. Meanwhile, the world government heads are concerned over Whitebeard, Shanks, and Luffy. The marines try to decide who will replace Crocodile as a Shichibukai - one of Blackbeard's crew shows up uninvited and nominates his captain.
The Going Merry is refitted by Masira and Shōjo to be more flight capable, and the Straw Hats catch a ride on the Knock-Up Stream for Skypeia.
The Straw Hats have some problems with the local justice enforcer force called "The White Berets."
Before they can leave Chopper, Robin, Nami and Zorro are abducted by a giant shrimp. Luffy, Sanji and Usoppe go after them to the upper yard
Conis leads Luffy, Usopp, and Sanji to a boat to get to Upper Yard, but she tells them it is a trap and almost gets hit by "Heaven's Judgment".
Luffy, Usopp and Sanji finally enter Upper Yard, only to find out that the whole road is trapped heavily, but at last they arrive at the Ordeal Gates. Meanwhile Robin, Zoro, and Nami go out to explore Upper Yard while Chopper stays behind to guard the ship.
Luffy, Sanji, and Usopp enter the Ordeal of Balls gate and encounter the Priest Satori.
Usopp, Sanji and Luffy fight Satori, but the power of Mantra seems to be too strong.
Chopper, threatened by priest Shura, blows the whistle for Gan Fall to come, but before he can arrive, Priest Shura assaults Chopper and begins destroying the Going Merry.
Satori is defeated by Luffy and Sanji. Mainwhile has Gan Fall been defeated and Chopper jumps in the water to rescue him.
Chopper is saved by a bunch of giant Southbirds, who tell him that Gan Fall was actually God. Nami, Zoro and Robin discover the reason why Upper Yard is a soil island: It was once part of Jaya, and this is the part that Liar Norland saw. Meanwhile the Shandians attack Upper Yard.
After befriending a wolf pack, Gan Fall tells the crew a little more about the history of Upper Yard.
Eneru takes away the limitations of the priests. Also, Usopp witnesses a mysterious person fixing the ship; the next day Merry is found to be back to her original form. After getting her off the altar, the pirates plan out their course of action.
A giant python makes Luffy, Robin, Chopper and Zoro split while going to the ruins at the south.
Luffy fights Wyper, but after some time, he falls into some underground ruins. Meanwhile, Eneru appears on the Going Merry and after telling that his true goal was the City of Gold, he takes out both Usopp and Sanji; then he vanishes and leaves Satori's brothers: Hotori and Kotori to avenge him.
Priest Ohm appears and starts fighting everyone.
Ohm makes matters worse, creating a barbed wire cage around the area. Laki is knocked out by Eneru, and Nami, Aisa, and Gan Fall find out why the python was rampaging so much.
Zoro finally defeats Priest Ohm with his 108 Caliber Phoenix technique. Meanwhile Pagaya and Conis hear the terrible truth about the goal of Eneru: to eradicate every person in the sky.
Eneru appears only to reduce the group as close to his prediction as he can.
Eneru counterattacks Gan Fall and lands a finishing hit. He then knocks out Robin as she tries to manipulate him. Zoro impresses Eneru with his power but is easily beaten, while trying to make him pay for what he did to Robin; but it takes Wyper with a secret weapon to take Eneru down.
Eneru starts a machine that would bring the death of Sky Island: Deathpiea.
Luffy falls from the ark. Nami starts fighting Eneru while Sanji and Usopp try to rescue her.
Eneru's thunderclouds are coming down to Sky Island while the evacuation is half complete.
The cause of the hatred is discovered and explained. Meanwhile, Calgara vows to meet Norland again.
Angel Island is destroyed by Eneru's attacks. Luffy decides to go and ring the golden bell before Eneru takes it away.
Nami finds out a way to get to Eneru, by cutting down Giant Jack. Wyper finds out from Robin that Norland has a descendant that is searching for the Gold City, and that's the reason why Luffy wants to ring the Golden Bell.
The 400 year war on Sky Island comes to an end. Montblanc Cricket and the Masira Brothers hear the Golden Bell ringing and realize that the Gold City was always in the sky. Eneru, who was thrown to the Blue Sea heads out to the Fairy Vearth (the Moon). The Sky People (both Skypieans and shandians) celebrate the end of the war with a great bonfire.
Robin deciphers the poneglyphs on the Golden Bell and realizes how to find the Rio Poneglyph. She also discovers poneglyphs on the Bell that were written by Gol D. Roger, who could understand poneglyphs, who had discovered the Rio Poneglyph, and had once visited Skypiea. Soon afterwards, the Straw Hats steal a bunch of gold from the Giant Anaconda's belly and they begin to leave Skypiea.
The Golden Bell rings as the Straw Hats are going down to the sea, meaning that they are welcome and are deeply thankful for what they did. When the ship finally rests on the sea, problems appear, as the ship has landed in a Marine base.
The Marines are convinced the Going Merry is a ghost ship after it crashes inside their fortress from above. The crew members are scattered around the premises.
In disguise, Sanji shows the Marine chefs the proper way to prepare a meal.
Zoro is taken prisoner as Chopper and Nami assist a nervous doctor in treating injured Marines.
Robin and Usopp both disguise themselves as the same visiting inspector, and Usopp is thrown in the brig with Zoro. Luffy and Sanji are discovered by Jonathan after a slight mishap.
The real Inspector is thrown in the brig with Zoro and Usopp, while Sanji and Luffy race to rescue the two while avoiding detection.
Sanji and Luffy, after freeing Usopp and Zoro, try to escape Navarone. As the Burning Soul combat unit is deployed, Dr. Kobato leads Nami and Chopper to the docks.
The crew meets at the docks and are surrounded by Marines. Using Nami as their fake hostage, they trick the Marines into letting them back on the Going Merry.
The crew disguises the Going Merry as a Marine ship so they can get their treasure back. With the gold, they decide they’ll hire a shipwright.
The Going Merry is grounded during a period of low tide and Jonathan believes they’ve reached “checkmate”. They cleverly use the impact dial to boost the ship and the breath and flame dials to inflate the octopus balloon again so they can escape.
Still searching for a route to the island in the sky, the Straw Hats chart a course for Jaya. Meanwhile, Fire-Fist Ace crashes a party aboard a vessel helmed by Buggy the Pirate!
The Straw Hats drop anchor at a town overrun by scallywags, so Nami makes the boys swear to stay out of trouble. But when the Bellamy Pirates come looking for a fight, Luffy may have to break his promise!
Nico's handy work unearths a solitary dreamer who may know the way to Sky Island. All Luffy and his crew have to do is survive the sonic onslaught of simian salvagers seeking to sink the Going Merry!
Luffy and his mates reach the home of Mont Blanc Cricket: the man with the key to reaching Sky Island. There's just one tiny problem - he comes from a long line of legendary liars.
Montblanc Cricket agrees to help the Straw Hats reach Sky Island, but first they must venture deep into the darkest depths of a spider-infested forest to capture a mysterious bird with a keen sense of direction.
While the Straw Hats battle creepy-crawly forest creatures on their quest to capture a South Bird, Mont Blanc and his monkey minions are brutally attacked by the Bellamy Pirates!
Luffy turned the other cheek during his first encounter with Bellamy, but now he's out to settle the score for old man Mont Blanc. Meanwhile, a fearsome pirate crew takes aim at the Straw Hats, eager to earn a bad reputation!
Thanks to some modifications to the Going Merry, the Straw Hats are on their way to that island in the sky! But with the Blackbeard Pirates in hot pursuit, navigating the vertical currents will be anything but easy.
Reaching the sea of clouds proves easier than surviving in it when giant sea creatures attack the Going Merry, Usopp nearly drowns in a cloud, and a strange sky knight issues the Straw Hats a warning!
After hitching a ride on a speedy shrimp, the Straw Hats reach the land of Skypiea! The intrepid pirates have much to learn about their new surroundings, but a beautiful angel makes a perfect tour guide.
Nami's eagerness to explore the forbidden realm of Upper Yard brings her face to face with the wrath of god, and the Straw Hats incur Heaven's Judgment for failing to pay their immigration fees!
The Straw Hats are no strangers to living on the wrong side of the law, but unpaid immigration fees and Nami's assault of a White Beret earns Luffy's crew a sentence of death by cloud drifting!
Nami, Zoro, Chopper, and Robin are trapped aboard the Going Merry when it's commandeered by a monstrous lobster! To rescue his crew, Luffy must venture onto the sacred grounds of Upper Yard!
Conis helps Luffy and his mates launch their rescue mission, but the rubber-man senses something amiss. When he presses her for answers, a vengeful god takes a shot at the Straw Hats!
Zoro dukes it out with a hungry Skyshark in the shadow of the Sacrificial Alter. On the other side of Upper Yard, Luffy, Sanji, and Usopp try to survive their visit to an island that wants them dead!
Luffy, Sanji, and Usopp tangle with Satori and his exploding, snake-filled Surprise Clouds. The sky priest may look like a dancing dango, but the impact of his mantra leaves the pirates bloodied and boatless.
Usopp and Sanji try to regain control of the Crow, and Luffy stirs up a brutal barrage of bursting balls when he attacks Satori. Meanwhile, Chopper whistles for the Sky Knight to avoid becoming a sacrificial reindeer!
Chopper fights bravely to stop Shura from incinerating the Going Merry, but the little reindeer is no match for a sky priest. Gan Fall is on his way, but will the dispossessed deity arrive in time?
When Gan Fall is badly burned during his battle with Shura, Chopper musters the courage for a death-defying leap of faith. Elsewhere, Luffy may have finally discovered a way to defeat Satori!
The Shandorians prepare for an all-out attack on their priestly adversaries, Chopper meets the mysterious creatures that saved his life, and Nami makes an astonishing discovery about the origins of Upper Yard.
While the Shandorians continue their battle for control of Upper Yard, the Straw Hats celebrate their happy reunion by swapping stories over a campfire and feasting on barbequed Skyshark!
Laki's pursuit of precious Vearth causes one of her Shandorian comrades to be injured during the battle with Ohm. As night falls on Upper Yard, the Straw Hats dream of gold while dancing with wolves!
The electrifying deity of Skypiea, God Eneru, grants his priests unlimited power in their hunt for the Straw Hats. Usopp has a plan to get the mysteriously-repaired Going Merry back in the water, but it involves using Chopper as bait!
The Straw Hats scatter when their search for gold uncovers a giant python, and Gan Fall reveals the tragic story of Jaya's arrival in the sky. Meanwhile, Wyper readies the Shandorians for a raid on Eneru's shrine!
As the heartless god of Upper Yard eagerly anticipates the dawning of Sky Warefare, the Shandorian forces are savagely snared by the Ordeal of String, and Luffy wanders into the fight of his life!
Zoro rushes to perfect a deadly technique known as the Flying Blade Attack. The move proves difficult to master, but it could be the key to the swordsman surviving a battle with the Shandorian warrior, Braham.
Sanji and Usopp are driven to their knees by the electrifying presence of god, Luffy is nearly incinerated by Wyper's Burn Bazooka, and Nami joins Gan Fall in a fight against two killer clones!
Chopper unleashes the fury of his Rumble Ball during a sticky slugfest with a swap cloud spewing priest of Upper Yard. Can the little reindeer discover his opponent's lone weakness before it's too late?
Nami and the Knight of the Sky team up to obliterate two bumbling, balloon-shaped bad guys, and God Eneru relies on his astounding invincibility to torment a noble Shandorian warrior.
Robin's search for a mystical city of gold is interrupted by Yama, one of Eneru's faithful servants. When the rampaging warrior destroys some ancient ruins, he provokes the wrath of Robin's many fists of fury!
Priest Ohm silences Chopper with an attack from which few - if any - ever recover. Meanwhile, Luffy begins to notice something strange about his cave-like prison, and four fearsome warriors prepare for battle!
Zoro, Gan Fall, Wyper, Ohm and a prizefighting pooch gather for a ferocious free-for-all at the site of the Upper Ruins. While the battle rages, Luffy tries to punch his way out of the belly of a poisonous python!
Zoro and Wyper are out to beat down the same bad guys, but will they realize it soon enough to survive a white-barbed death match of doom? Deep in the belly of the python, Nami and Luffy enjoy what could be a short-lived reunion!
Eager to end their battle, Zoro aims the awesome destructive power of his 108 Caliber Phoenix at the sinister Priest Ohm! Elsewhere, god demands that Robin help him search for a legendary golden bell.
God Eneru begins a deadly rampage aimed at exterminating the heavenly beings of Skypiea, and the ruins of Shandora become the scene of bloody contest where survival is the name of the game.
Gan Fall, Wyper, Zoro, and Robin join forces for an attack on God Eneru. Despite their furious onslaught, the four warriors prove powerless to harm the thunderous deity until Wyper utilizes the power of a mystical stone!
God Eneru makes a shocking recovery from wounds that should have ended his reign of terror. Zoro and Wyper muster the strength for one final stand, and Nami must choose between her friends - and survival.
Luffy emerges from his serpentine tomb with one thing on his mind: revenge! As the rubber-man sets out to settle the score with God Eneru, Conis rushes to warn her people of their impending doom!
As the citizens of the sky run for their lives, Eneru issues in the dawn of Deathpiea! Luffy is determined to stop the madman, but first he must discover a way to lay hands on the heinous holy man!
A handful of gold sends Luffy hurtling towards his death, Sanji and Usopp mount a midair rescue mission, and Nami prepares for an electrifying showdown with God Eneru!
Usopp arrives just in time to save Nami from a lethal thunderbolt, but even their combined powers are no match for Eneru. While they scramble for an escape route, Sanji stealthily searches for a way to sabotage god's ark!
Despite being slowed by an arm encased in gold, Luffy races up a giant beanstalk on a mission to settle the score with Eneru! Elsewhere, the people of Skypiea feel the jolt of god's wrath!
A flashback offers a glimpse at that lives of two legendary figures in Skypiea's history: Montblanc Noland and the ferocious warrior Kalgara!
The look back at the legend of Montblanc Noland and Kalgara the warrior continues with the story of how these two very different men suddenly found friendship - and then lost it just as quickly!
Montblanc Noland and the warrior Kalgara succeed in settling their difference before parting ways, but the laws of nature and man conspire to keep them apart - permanently!
Eneru strikes Angel Island with a devastating lightning bolt, and Luffy continues his heroic climb up the giant beanstalk. The rubber-man refuses to stop until he rings the golden bell - no matter what the cost!
While Eneru continues his thunderous barrage, Nami hatches a plan to give Luffy one more shot at a grudge match with god. Zoro's at the center of the scheme, but he might not survive his mission!
Nami's quick thinking gets Luffy closer to god, and the Straw Hat captain launches himself into the center of a sinister storm! Can he find a way to destroy Eneru's looming cloud of death?
In the aftermath of Luffy's epic battle with Eneru, sunny skies chase away the storms, and the cloud-dwelling citizens of Angel Island turn their attention to rebuilding their homeland.
Robin attempts to decipher the riddle of a mysterious poneglyph, Usopp barters with the locals, and Luffy raids the priceless treasures of the legendary city of gold!
With a little help from their new friends - and a giant octopus - the Straw Hats bid farewell to Skypiea and begin their decent back to the deep blue sea. Where they'll land is anyone's guess!
After a frightening fall from the clouds, the Straw Hats find themselves trapped inside an impenetrable Marine stronghold. The crew gets separated, the Going Merry is impounded, and rumors of ghosts run rampant!
While Nami searches for the Going Merry, Luffy and Sanji pose as famous chefs, only to end up competing in a cooking contest with a beautiful mistress of the galley!
Zoro is imprisoned and interrogated, and Chopper's ill-chosen hiding spot lands him in the operating room along with a doctor who can't stand the sight of blood!
Luffy's insatiable appetite betrays his true identity, and yet another member of his crew ends up in the brig when two Straw Hats try to fool Commander Jonathan with the same disguise!
Commander Jonathan sets a Straw Hat trap, but Luffy and Sanji are willing to risk it all to help spring their mates. Will a souvenir from the sky save the day - or will their escape plan be scuttled by foul play?
Luffy and his gang make a break for the docks, and Commander Jonathan deploys armed guards in an attempt to slow down the Straw Hats. Only one thing is certain: somebody is going down for the count!
The Straw Hats are surrounded, outnumbered, blasted with tear gas. Taking a pretty, young doctor hostage may be their only hope for surviving long enough for a Merry reunion!
Luffy and his crew were almost in the clear when Nami made a horrifying discovery: the Marines stole their gold! Now, the Straw Hats must sail straight into the thick of the fight to reclaim their lost riches!
Usopp hatches a plan for a moonlit raid on the Marine vault, but Commander Jonathan is has a nasty surprise waiting for the pirates! Meanwhile, Sanji and Nami attempt to recover the waver.
The extreme arrogance of a Marine special investigator clears a path for Luffy and company to make their escape! Unfortunately, the Straw Hats still have to find their gold before returning to the high seas!