History Characters / OnePieceTheSevenWarlordsOfTheSea

17th Sep '16 9:40:10 AM Getta
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17th Sep '16 3:59:31 AM Daikun
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* CharacterEstablishingMoment: The first thing he does when arriving on Thriller Bark [[spoiler:is make Perona disappear in no time flat.]]


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* EstablishingCharacterMoment: The first thing he does when arriving on Thriller Bark [[spoiler:is make Perona disappear in no time flat.]]
17th Sep '16 3:58:26 AM Daikun
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* CharacterEstablishingMoment: The first thing he does when arriving on Thriller Bark [[spoiler:is make Perona disappear in no time flat.]]
17th Sep '16 3:30:20 AM Daikun
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* OutsideContextVillain: He shows up reasonably late in the Thriller Bark arc and seems rather out of place there, being neither one of Gecko's minions nor involved in the current arc's conflict. He only gets involved after Gecko is defeated.

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* OutsideContextVillain: OutsideContextProblem: He shows up reasonably late in the Thriller Bark arc and seems rather out of place there, being neither one of Gecko's minions nor involved in the current arc's conflict. He only gets involved after Gecko is defeated.
17th Sep '16 3:29:31 AM Daikun
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* OutsideContextVillain: He shows up reasonably late in the Thriller Bark arc and seems rather out of place there, being neither one of Gecko's minions nor involved in the current arc's conflict.

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* OutsideContextVillain: He shows up reasonably late in the Thriller Bark arc and seems rather out of place there, being neither one of Gecko's minions nor involved in the current arc's conflict. He only gets involved after Gecko is defeated.
17th Sep '16 3:27:23 AM Daikun
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* DontCelebrateJustYet: Even after Gecko Moria is defeated at Thriller Bark, this guy takes center stage for a while.

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* DontCelebrateJustYet: Even after After Gecko Moria is defeated at Thriller Bark, this guy takes center stage for a while.



* GreaterScopeVillain: The main antagonist of the Thriller Bark arc. [[spoiler:His status as a villain doesn't last, though.]]


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* OutsideContextVillain: He shows up reasonably late in the Thriller Bark arc and seems rather out of place there, being neither one of Gecko's minions nor involved in the current arc's conflict.
17th Sep '16 3:21:21 AM Daikun
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** It's also worth noting that the East Blue Saga had no central antagonist, just a collection of unrelated villains. Crocodile is the first villain whose presence encompasses an entire saga's worth of arcs.

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** It's also worth noting that the East Blue Saga had no central antagonist, just a collection of unrelated villains. Crocodile is the first villain antagonist whose presence encompasses an entire saga's worth of arcs.saga, setting the standard for all future sagas in ''One Piece'' going forward.
17th Sep '16 3:16:34 AM Daikun
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** It's also worth noting that the East Blue Saga had no central antagonist, just a collection of unrelated villains. Crocodile is the first villain whose presence encompasses an entire saga's worth of arcs.
9th Sep '16 10:28:15 AM DeeeFoo
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However, she has a FreudianExcuse as her past was not a pretty one. She was at first a normal young girl who, at an early age, witnessed Gold D. Roger's execution, and later hung out with her sisters Marigold and Sandersonia and the Kuja pirates. At age 12, while sailing with the Kujas, the three sisters were captured by slavers. After that, the three pre-teen girls spent four ''hellish'' years under the thumb of [[AristocratsAreEvil the World Nobles]], who among other things forced them to eat Devil Fruits, in her case the Love-Love Fruit (''Mero Mero no Mi'') which allows her to turn people who lust after her into stone, and branded them like cattle. Being branded as slaves is a constant shame, and she would rather die than let it become known. When Hancock was sixteen, a man named Fisher Tiger appeared and while his goal was simply the liberation of the fishman slaves, he freed as many as he could without discrimination. The sisters later were taken in by Elder Nyon, Raleigh and Shakuyaku, and returned to the Kuja pirates; to not let them know the truth, they said that they had killed a Gorgon and thus were punished with their brands, gaining fame as the Gorgon Sisters. The psycholgical damage, however, had already been done.

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However, she has a FreudianExcuse as her past was not a pretty one. She was at first a normal young girl who, at an early age, witnessed Gold D. Roger's execution, and later hung out with her sisters Marigold and Sandersonia and the Kuja pirates. At age 12, while sailing with the Kujas, the three sisters were captured by slavers. After that, the three pre-teen girls spent four ''hellish'' years under the thumb of [[AristocratsAreEvil the World Nobles]], who among other things forced them to eat Devil Fruits, in her case the Love-Love Fruit (''Mero Mero no Mi'') which allows her to turn people who lust after her into stone, and branded them like cattle. Being branded as slaves is a constant shame, and she would rather die than let it become known. When Hancock was sixteen, a man named Fisher Tiger appeared and while his goal was simply the liberation of the fishman slaves, he freed as many as he could without discrimination. The sisters later were taken in by Elder Nyon, Raleigh and Shakuyaku, and returned to the Kuja pirates; to not let them know the truth, truth become known, they said that they had killed a Gorgon and thus were punished with their brands, gaining fame as the Gorgon Sisters. The psycholgical damage, however, had already been done.
1st Sep '16 5:13:16 PM Getta
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* AloofAlly: To the Marines. Granted, the Warlords aren't exactly known for keeping up their end of the agreement, but it's particularly telling that both the Marines and his ''fellow Warlords themselves'' are visibly surprised when Mihawk actually starts to fight.

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* AloofAlly: To the Marines. Granted, the Warlords aren't exactly known for keeping up their end of the agreement, but it's particularly telling that both the Marines and his ''fellow Warlords themselves'' are visibly surprised when Mihawk actually starts to fight.fight for real with them.
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