Thousand Sunny in Super Smash Flash 2
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Thousand Sunny is a fairly big uneven stage. In the left portion of the stage, there can be seen two huge crates stacked on top of each other, with a plank serving as a slope next to them. On the right half of the stage, there are even more crates, this time simply next to each other. Above them, there are two soft platforms one above the other, with the one on top being fairly long.
The crew of the Thousand Sunny, the Straw Hat Pirates (麦わらの一味º) can be seen at the background of the stage. From the left to right: Roronoa Zoro can be seen sleeping next to his three swords; Nami is reading from a map; Sanji appears smoking; Franky simply looks at the fight; Nico Robin is reading a book; Usopp cheers for the fighters; Brook plays his electrical guitar; and lastly, Tony Tony Chopper, who simply stands idle. Except for Zoro, all the Straw Hat Pirates strike a personal pose whenever a KO occurs.
- The main music track is Luffy's Fierce Attack, an orchestral remix of the theme that plays during battles in the One Piece anime.
- The alternate music track is We Are, an upbeat remix of the first opening theme of the anime.
This stage is banned due to the presence of walls, its size and uneven platform layout. As explained on the Layout section, the left ledge poses a threat to the recoveries of most characters, forcing them to recover higher.
The Thousand Sunny is the second and current pirate ship of the Straw Hat Pirates in One Piece. It was built by their shipwright Franky to replace their previous ship, the Going Merry, after it was destroyed. It is a Carrack ship that has the trademark features of a ginormous mast, a stylized lion figurehead that Luffy often sits or stands on, and a lawn on the deck, where the stage in SSF2 takes place.
- Prior to the stage's inclusion, it was initially planned for SSF2 to feature a stage taking place on the Going Merry, the Straw Hat Pirates' previous ship in One Piece, with the ship's orientation being directed to the left. It was changed to the Thousand Sunny likely due to it replacing the Going Merry after its destruction in One Piece.