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About One Piece: Who Will Save Robin From Aokiji?

Well Ladies & Gentlemen this shall be a Casting Call for an Audioplay Version of my One Piece Fanfic "Who Will Save Robin from Aokiji?" in which you can read at the following links...

https://www.deviantart.com/pokejedservo/art/One-Piece-Who-will-save-Robin-from-Aokiji-730991576

https://archiveofourown.org/works/13689789

(Note: Yeah I admit I'm not the best proofreader so to those who are cast I will most likely do a slightly revised version on the script with Google Docs in the near future.)

Anyways here is the summary here that this is a One Piece fic set during the incident at Long Ring Long Land where our heroes the Straw-Hat Pirate Crew face the Marine Admiral Aokiji to try to save Robin from being captured by her.

But in this fic we see it divided into 4 segments where one of the Straw-Hats try to make a stand to save Robin from Aokiji's clutches such as Luffy, Usopp, Nami and Sanji. The twist here is that Aokiji seems to have mistaken the Straw-Hat trying to make a stand for Robin's lover (aside from Sanji whom he immediately suspected that Robin's feelings for him were strictly platonic. In which much to Sanji's chagrin Robin immediately confirmed that.)  

Anyways this shall be for a Audioplay version of the story here (but if I can get any fanartists interested in providing some artwork I could make a Visual Novel version of this). Oh yes and if anyone thinks I'm going a little overboard with the audition lines being 8 instead of the usual Max 6 I admit I won't blame you. But my idea was that all the characters get 2 lines from all 4 segments (though Luffy & Robin are a bit uneven in that regard but that will be slightly fixed in the revised script). Anyways here are the rules & guidelines here... *ahem*

* Impersonations are not required but feel free to pull them off if you can.
* Deadline is 9/20/18 though I may extend the deadline if necessary.
* If you are cast I may ask you to reprise for the role again sometime in the future.
* This is more of a suggestion but I do strongly recommend that if you audition that you should audition for at least more than one role. I admit I do try to keep the amount of auditioners who didn't get a role at all in any way to a minimum. So let’s just say it would help your chances.

Oh and before I introduce the Characters I shall do a little Pronounciation Guide for all the named characters here. Sure not all of it it may be necessary but for some of these characters it really is.

Luffy- Loo-Fee
Roronoa Zoro- Row-Wah-Noh-Ah Zoor-Oh
Nami- Nam-mee
Usopp- Ooh-Sop
Sanji- Sahn-Gee
Chopper- Chop-Er
Robin- Rob-in
Aokiji- Ow-oh-kee-gee
Kaya- Kai-ya

Okay now with all further or adieu here are the characters!

About the Creator: pokejedservo

Greetings folks I am Pokejedservo and I have been a member of the Amatuer Voice Acting Community for over 10 years (namely ever since July 2006). I have not only been a voice actor but also a VA production producer though while most of the productions I have made are Fandubs over the years I have recently got into the wonderful world of Audioplays as well (and trying to dabble into Visual Novels). Here is the list of the tasks that I can do for a VA production.

- Voice Acting
- Production Producer
- Script Writer (especially if I wrote the story)
- Audio Editor
- Audio Mixer
- Video Dubbing
- Making Dialogue Scenes via MS Paint. (I am not a FanArtist but I can use pre-existing character & background pics to make dialogue scenes, I'll use this as an example).

I have been a voice actor and audio/visual editor and the like for over a decade and I have been a writer for over 2 decades. I admit when it comes to Voice Work I have yet to be given a proper formal training in any way but I have had plenty of experience in many fields of the voice acting process over the years. You can find more about my work at the Pokejedservo Productions site.


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