Who Is Law Related to One Piece

Kin`emon resented Law for cutting him into pieces in search of his son. Kin`emon later let go of his grudge after working together to free his son and defeat Caesar and go with the warlord to Dressrosa to save a comrade. Kin`emon calls him Law-dono, a respectful honor. Law had a previous relationship with Vergo, who had known the warlord since childhood. When they first met, Law did not know that Vergo was an undercover pirate disguised as a Marine, and he asked her to save Corazon.[5] This was a costly mistake, because when Vergo learned of their betrayal of the occupation, he violently attacked them both. On this occasion, when Law was infuriating Vergo, he brutally attacked him[57] to the point of inflicting trauma on the young pirate simply because he did not call him “Vergo-san”. After ending up at Punk Hazard, Vergo mocks Law by making him lose consciousness without hesitation.[58] [56] On Doflamingo`s orders, Vergo had planned to execute Law in the most brutal manner, and Vergo further suggested cutting off one of Law`s ears as evidence of his death. Law reimbursed Vergo by cutting him into several pieces after his defeat. [58] [59] Law also had no qualms about letting Vergo die in the SAD space, as a last revenge. Law briefly allies with the Straw Hat Pirates during the Sabaody Arc and later saves Luffy`s life at the end of the Marineford Arc.

He is one of the main allies of the straw hat pirates during the Dressrosa and Four Emperor sagas. He also acts as an ally of the Straw Hat Pirates in the film One Piece: Stampede. He is very open to new crew members, as he showed when he asked former slave pirate captain Jean Bart to join him. His crew has been shown to admire and respect him because they obey his orders, whatever they may be. When Bepo, Shachi, and Penguin met Luffy, they were thrilled to learn that Law was also on Zou. Law also takes care of his crew, because after they are captured by the beast pirates, he wants to save them and looks at Shinobu when she offers to silence them to prevent the beast`s pirates from getting information from them. He also has great confidence in them and refuses to believe that they would betray the Ninja-Pirate-Mink-Samurai Alliance. Law is willing to go so far as to confront Hawkins in exchange for the release of his crew. Trafalgar D. Water Law,[16] better known as Trafalgar Law (トラファルガー・ロー, Torafarugā Rō?) and nicknamed the “Surgeon of Death”, is a pirate of Northern Blue and the captain and doctor of the Pirates of the Heart. [1] [6] He is one of twelve pirates described as the “worst generation”.

[1] [17] He became one of the seven warlords of the sea during the Time Jump,[2] but his position was revoked because he had allied himself with the Straw Hat Pirates. [12] Law, like many other pirates, dreams of finding the One Piece while wanting to know the purpose of G-d`s will. [18] [19] Law is one of the calmest and most calculating pirates Oda has created. Unlike Ruffy`s easy-going nature, Law plans everything and follows them perfectly. Nevertheless, he can sometimes be ruthless, as in the Sabaody archipelago, where he eliminated Eustass Kid. At Dressrosa, Law did the same with Donquixote Doflamingo, even though he had been massively defeated. But while Luffy has had her eye on the One Piece for years, Law`s focus is slightly different. Before the Arc, Law`s only purpose in life was to avenge Rosinante by killing Doflamingo and driving him from power. When Law finally arrived at Dressrosa, he was looking forward to dying and not making him live because he knew it wouldn`t be easy to defeat Doflamingo. After the time jump, Law doesn`t smile as much and shows a more cautious observational expression on his face. In fact, he tends to smile only when he is happy that a plan went according to plan or when he tries to provoke an enemy.

That being said, Law has a bolder stance against other notorious pirates, especially his colleagues of the worst generation. For example, he casually asked X Drake how many people he had killed in his very first appearance[19] and had no qualms about crudely pointing out Eustass Kid, the most wanted rookie pirate in the Sabaody archipelago, who had a reputation for killing people for the slightest reason and even smiling defiantly. Law made the same gesture to Donquixote Doflamingo to provoke his former captain and show his contempt for him, even though he was close to death at the time and threatened at gunpoint. To reflect this audacity, Law hates being dominated; However, it is reasonable enough to understand when its immediate and distressed crew not to resort to brief alliances with rivals when it comes to survival. Surprisingly, Law, who belies his usual cool attitude, can be quite proud and even childishly competitive, especially when standing next to Luffy and Kid. [20] [21] A very remarkable feature of Luffy about Law is the way he calls him. Luffy doesn`t seem to be able to pronounce his last name “Trafalgar” correctly, so he calls it “Tora-o” (トラ男, “Tora-o”?), which is a portmanteau of “Tra” in “Trafalgar” and the Japanese kanji for “male”. This is often localized as a “tra-guy” in some subtitled media or as “traffy” in the VIZ manga, the FUNimaton voice act, and the Pirate Warriors 3 video game.

It`s often common for other people closely associated with Luffy (mainly his crew) to call Law by this nickname, and so far, Law himself doesn`t seem to be offended. The two don`t seem to be very open with each other. While Caesar asks Law to explain his actions against Smoker, Law says he is the one who should complain. Based on Law`s words, especially what he told Luffy: They both have something they want back, their relationship is not very civilized. Caesar doesn`t seem to trust Law, as he soon thought Law had betrayed him. He also wanted to shoot Law first, though he decided not to say that Law probably didn`t betray him afterwards. Law is disgusted by Caesar`s methods towards children. Later, Law and the Straw Hats announce their intention to kidnap Caesar.

As for Law, he only wants Caesar because of his ability to create CAS. It also seems that Law has a great deal of knowledge of Caesar`s true ambitions to resist world government. Caesar explained that he thought they could have become good friends while confronting Law for his betrayal. After Caesar`s defeat, Law uses it as leverage to force Doflamingo to resign from the Seven Warlords of the Sea. Rosinante`s sacrifice also led Law on the path of revenge against his benefactor`s brother, Doflamingo. Although Rosinante gave his life to ensure that a young Law escaped Doflamingo`s clutches, Law himself set out to finish what his mentor had started with a plan of his own and became obsessed with the idea of bringing down Doflamingo personally. After capturing Caesar Clown, Law staged a scenario in which he would directly confront his former crew, which Doflamingo himself called unnecessary, as Law could simply have prepared a war between the Donquixote pirates and the beast pirates, leading to the downfall of the former. This proves that Law, despite his general pragmatic approach to everything, is capable of reckless decisions for the sake of his own feelings, and even declares that dying would be acceptable to him if it meant ensuring Doflamingo`s death.