My Pirate Crew Tag

When the World Government executed notorious pirate Gol D. Roger he announced that he’d hidden all his treasure in one place and whoever finds it gets to keep it all. This saw the beginning of the Great Pirate Era and, like most others, you would probably love to make that treasure your own.

To do that, you’re going to need a crew. Admittedly, this is based on my experience watching One Piece, however, you don’t have to have seen One Piece to join in. You will need to assemble a crew from the anime you’ve seen, selecting the best character for the positions. — Lynn Sheridan

Lynn tagged me in this very neat Pirate Crew Tag he created awhile back, and I have finally gotten around to it! Thanks for the tag Lynn! If you’re new to Lynn’s blog, definitely check out his books here!


The Rules:

  • Display the My Pirate Crew logo and add ‘My Pirate Crew’ as a tag.
  • Thank the blogger who nominated you and post a link to their blog.
  • Link back to the original post here (so I can compare your crews to mine).
  • Select seven anime characters and give them a position on the crew. These are the positions you can to fill. Warrior, sniper, chef, doctor, scientist, navigator, strategist, mechanic, entertainer.
  • Nominate 5-10 bloggers.
  • Set sail and rule the seas!



I finally, -finally- got my husband to watch InuYasha, and I’m falling in love with the series all over again. I think he’d make an amazing warrior on my pirate ship with his strength, skill, and of course, the tessaiga.



Shino Asada (Sinon) is obviously the best choice to be my crew’s sniper. She’s extremely talented and showcases her skill well in SAO: Gun Gale Online. In any situation, I would want Shino on my side.



Megumi Tadokoro of Food Wars quickly became my favorite chef on the series. She’s just such a genuine character and amazing at cooking (without the gross dishes that another certain character likes to cook up).



This one was hard. I couldn’t honestly think of any Doctor-like characters that I would trust to be a part of my pirate crew. That’s where Shizuka Marikawa comes in. She is the temporary school nurse in High School of the Dead.



Another hard decision had to be made to pick a scientist. After all, ethics are usually called into question surrounding scientists in anime. Ritsuko Akagi from Neon Genesis was the closest one to fit the bill here.



This one made me scratch my head. How would I pick a navigator? Well, I needed to pick someone smart, who was a fat learner, and would make sure we’d get from point A to point B! Fullmetal Alchemist’s Edward Elric could be a good choice with his intelligence and stubbornness!



Sebastian Michaelis is already an excellent strategist in Black Butler. He not only runs the household smoothly, but he’s also able to organize the servants easily in emergencies and battles.



Winry Rockbell is another character from Fullmetal Alchemist. She is a mechanic specialist and Edward’s personal automail mechanic. She’s good at what she does so I think she’d make an excellent addition to my pirate crew.



Tamaki Suoh is the best choice as entertainer for my pirate crew. Afterall, he was the leader of the Ouran High School Host Club! He’s creative and hilarious so I’m sure we’ll be kept entertained on all of our adventures.

My Nominations:

KarenDV @ Geeky Obsession

Luc @ Believe in Geek


Irina @ I drink and watch anime

Kurumi Shim

Love this tag, but haven’t been tagged yet? I tag you! For my nominations, please feel free to participate if you have the time. This tag is not an obligation, just for fun.


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27 thoughts on “My Pirate Crew Tag

      1. I recommend for fantasy & action (in order of newest to oldest): Sword Art Online (Netflix or Hulu if you have an account), Black Butler (Netflix), and InuYasha (the anime that got me into anime! Hulu or Netflix). For mystery, I recommend: Death Note (anime, not the movie but I believe both are on Netflix), Ghost Hunt (short and sweet, but I really enjoyed it, Netflix), and Detective Conan (AKA Case Closed) (1996, but still good as a classic who-dun-it, and should be on Netflix).


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