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The Kingdom of Alabasta is a desert island nation in the Grand Line. The king is Cobra Nefertari.


The dry, arid island nation that resides on the Grand Line, the Kingdom of Alabasta is home to the people who live under the leadership of their king, Cobra Nefertari. Alabasta is falling under a wave of chaos as the plans put into motion by the agents of the mysterious Baroque Works organization set the stage for a bloody civil war between the supporters of Cobra and the rebels.


The Kingdom of Alabasta was created by Eiichiro Oda for use in the One Piece manga as part of the Baroque Works Saga. Alabasta first appears in One Piece #78 and in One Piece: Volume 13


The Kingdom of Alabasta is currently under the leadership of King Cobra Nefertari, with his daughter Vivi Nefertari awaiting her turn to become the next Queen of Alabasta when the time comes. Cobra's rule over the land comes under increasing dislike by his people as the agents from Baroque Works set plans into motion that will make the king look like a monster to his people, to the point that they would join the rebels and start a bloody revolution that would send Alabasta into chaos.

Alabasta's Role in the One Piece Franchise (Anime/Manga via the Baroque Works Saga)

Baroque Works Saga: Alabasta Arc


Other Media

The Kingdom of Alabasta is also featured in the eighth movie of the One Piece franchise. It serves as the primary location in One Piece: The Desert Princess and the Pirates: Adventures in Alabasta.

General Information Edit
Location Name Alabasta
Japanese Name: アラバスタ王国
Romaji Name: arabasuta oukoku
1st manga book: One Piece #13
1st anime episode: One Piece #78
1st anime movie: One Piece: The Desert Princess and the Pirates: Adventures in Alabasta
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