History Characters / OnePieceTheSevenWarlordsOfTheSea

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* BitchAlert: The ''very first thing she does'' is kick a kitten and demand to know who placed the kitten in her path.
22nd Jul '16 12:21:25 PM gjjones
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* AristocratsAreEvil: The story of his ancestors, the Donquixote Royal Family. They helped found the World Government and became World Nobles, but even before that the Tonattas tell that the ancestral Donquixote Family used the Little People as slaves. While Doflamingo's parents and younger brother were surprisingly decent people, Doflamingo acted like a traditional World Noble. Even after his family left Marijoa, he refused to let go of his "Noble" heritage.

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* AristocratsAreEvil: The story of his ancestors, the Donquixote Royal Family. They helped found the World Government and became World Nobles, but even before that the Tonattas tell that the ancestral Donquixote Family used the Little People as slaves. While Doflamingo's parents and younger brother were surprisingly decent people, Doflamingo acted like a traditional World Noble. Even after his family left Marijoa, Mariejois, he refused to let go of his "Noble" heritage.



* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: {{Zig zagged}}; While he does put on a show of affection for his top officers, and part of the reason he killed his father was because the hardships of their life outside of Marijoa resulted in his mother's death, it's implied that the only reason he likes his officers is their UndyingLoyalty. He has no problem asking them to die for his sake, even if he'll regret it.

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* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: {{Zig zagged}}; While he does put on a show of affection for his top officers, and part of the reason he killed his father was because the hardships of their life outside of Marijoa Mariejois resulted in his mother's death, it's implied that the only reason he likes his officers is their UndyingLoyalty. He has no problem asking them to die for his sake, even if he'll regret it.
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* {{Badass}}: Being one of the Seven Warlords automatically qualifies you. Scaring the hell out of Shanks' crew just by showing up out of the blue, and being the ''only'' person to soundly curb stomp Zoro after deliberately handicapping ''yourself'', gets you a lifetime membership with benefits.



* SupernaturalGoldEyes: In the anime, [[http://thumbnails.hulu.com/670/50007670/117626_512x288_generated.jpg his eyes]] are colored yellow to reinforce the AnimalMotif ThemeNaming. All but the most {{Badass}} of fighters start quaking in their boots looking directly at them.

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* SupernaturalGoldEyes: In the anime, [[http://thumbnails.hulu.com/670/50007670/117626_512x288_generated.jpg his eyes]] are colored yellow to reinforce the AnimalMotif ThemeNaming. All but the most {{Badass}} badass of fighters start quaking in their boots looking directly at them.



* {{Badass}}: Hits the qualification line and keeps on running.
* BadassBaritone: Comes with his voice actor's performance.



* BadassInANiceSuit: Goes to battle while dressed like a blinged-out mafia don, complete with a ring on almost every finger and a [[BadassLongcoat pimpin' green fur coat]]. In fact, after being broken out of prison by Luffy and Ivankov, he actually takes the time to get similar clothing before making their escape in earnest. He now sports an all-black version of his Alabasta outfit, which is universally considered to be much more {{Badass}} than his old one.

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* BadassInANiceSuit: Goes to battle while dressed like a blinged-out mafia don, complete with a ring on almost every finger and a [[BadassLongcoat pimpin' green fur coat]]. In fact, after being broken out of prison by Luffy and Ivankov, he actually takes the time to get similar clothing before making their escape in earnest. He now sports an all-black version of his Alabasta outfit, which is universally considered to be much more {{Badass}} badass than his old one.



* BigBad: Of the Baroque Works Saga and arguably the most widely recognized in the series.

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* BigBad: Of The main antagonist of the Baroque Works Saga and arguably the most widely recognized in the series.



* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: As well, his main man, a [[{{Badass}} previous bounty hunter who is also really tall, super strong, can turn his body parts into blades]], is named Daz Bones.

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* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: As well, his main man, a [[{{Badass}} previous bounty hunter who is also really tall, super strong, can turn his body parts into blades]], blades, is named Daz Bones.



The third of the Seven Warlords to be formally introduced and the former king of Dressrosa. Doflamingo used to boast the highest known bounty yet revealed in the series at 340 million berries until post-time skip. Sly, rude and disrespectful towards the World Government, Doflamingo is sadistically playful with others, and seems to delight in causing and participating in chaos. In contrast to the sadistic way he treats most people, he is genuinely affectionate towards his quirky crew, who he considers to be his family (in a twisted reflection of Luffy's relationship with his crew). In turn, his crew all respect and love him, affectionately referring to him as "Doffy". Fitting in with his "puppetmaster" motif, Doflamingo eventually becomes the Underworld's top broker under the alias "Joker", and has countless underworld connections, including planting moles in the Marines, selling weapons to countries to provoke war, and formerly oversaw a massive slaver ring that catered towards the Celestial Dragon nobility. His most important partnership is with Yonkou Kaidou, who he keeps happy by producing artificial Zoan Devil Fruits known as "Smiley" to maintain Kaidou's beast army. He is a believer in the New Age, an era where pirates focus on what's around them rather than embark on pursuits of romanticism, making him the antithesis of the Great Age of Pirates that Gold Roger set in motion. He ate the String-String Fruit (''Ito Ito no Mi''), which allows him to produce strings and literally manipulate people like puppets, sever limbs with ease, and travel across the sky just as easily. He also demonstrates the ability to use Haki, being one of the few known users of Haoshoku (Conqueror's) Haki to exist.

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The third of the Seven Warlords to be formally introduced and the former king of Dressrosa. Doflamingo used to boast the highest known bounty yet revealed in the series at 340 million berries until post-time skip. Sly, rude and disrespectful towards the World Government, Doflamingo is sadistically playful with others, and seems to delight in causing and participating in chaos. In contrast to the sadistic way he treats most people, he is genuinely affectionate towards his quirky crew, who he considers to be his family (in a twisted reflection of Luffy's relationship with his crew). In turn, his crew all respect and love him, affectionately referring to him as "Doffy". Fitting in with his "puppetmaster" motif, Doflamingo eventually becomes the Underworld's top broker under the alias "Joker", and has countless underworld connections, including planting moles in the Marines, selling weapons to countries to provoke war, and formerly oversaw a massive slaver ring that catered towards the Celestial Dragon nobility. His most important partnership is with Yonkou Kaidou, who he keeps happy by producing artificial Zoan Devil Fruits known as "Smiley" to maintain Kaidou's beast army. He is a believer in the New Age, an era where pirates focus on what's around them rather than embark on pursuits of romanticism, making him the antithesis of the Great Age of Pirates that Gold Roger set in motion. He ate the String-String Fruit (''Ito Ito no Mi''), which allows him to produce strings and literally manipulate people like puppets, sever limbs with ease, and travel across the sky just as easily. He also demonstrates the ability to use Haki, being one of the few known users of Haoshoku (Conqueror's) Haki to exist.



* {{Badass}}:
** Bonus points for fighting Crocodile in the Marineford War. Even more points for [[spoiler:easily defeating and almost killing Smoker]].
** Even MORE points for [[spoiler: playing both Law and the Marines, leading the latter to send an [[PersonOfMassDestruction Admiral]] to deal with him, and ''having the balls to mouth off to said Admiral''.]]
** The guy spends the better part of the Dressrosa Arc steamrolling any opponents: Sanji's BigDamnHero moment against him is followed up almost immediately with the former getting [[TheWorfEffect worfed]]. Law is forced to bail Sanji out, and in spite of his versatility with his own Devil Fruit power, is nearly killed by Doflamingo ''twice''. That said, Law came closest to killing the bastard [[spoiler:until Luffy used Gear Fourth]] by [[spoiler: completely rupturing Doflamingo's organs with ''radiation'', which would've killed probably anyone ''but'' Doflamingo, ''because he can use his strings to heal himself''.]] His confrontations with Luffy had the latter deal some damage, but Doflamingo mostly laughed him off, [[spoiler:even with the said ''ruptured organs'', until Luffy's aforementioned Gear Fourth]].



* BadassBaritone: Whenever he's not laughing, his voice is suitably deep and menacing.



* BigBad: Of the Dressrosa Arc.

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* BigBad: Of The main antagonist of the Dressrosa Arc.



** Later he rants to Tsuru that if not for his presence on the seas, [[spoiler:the world would've gone to chaos a long time ago since he was in "control" of everything. By being removed from the playing board, factions from all over (Worst Generation, Marines, Shichibukai, Yonkou, Revolutionaries, etc) are going to vie for the open seat of the Pirate King throne.]] Tsuru doesn't care and tells him to shut up.

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** Later he rants to Tsuru that if not for his presence on the seas, [[spoiler:the world would've gone to chaos a long time ago since he was in "control" of everything. By being removed from the playing board, factions from all over (Worst Generation, Marines, Shichibukai, Yonkou, the Warlords, the Four Emperors, Revolutionaries, etc) are going to vie for the open seat of the Pirate King throne.]] Tsuru doesn't care and tells him to shut up.



* EvilSoundsDeep: Whenever he's not laughing, his voice is suitably deep and menacing.



* SocialDarwinist: During the battle of Marineford, he delivers one particularly {{Badass}} HannibalLecture about how MightMakesRight.

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* SocialDarwinist: During the battle of Marineford, he delivers one particularly {{Badass}} badass HannibalLecture about how MightMakesRight.



** [[spoiler:Following his defeat he claims that there will be a power struggle that will dethrone the World Noble as the supreme authority in the world. Given that he lists the Yonko, Shichibukai, Supernovas, Marines, Revolutionary Army, and any D's as a possible contender for this spot and characters from each faction have a gripe with the Nobles it's hard to argue with him.]]
* VillainWithGoodPublicity: As the king of Dressrosa, Doflamingo had absolute dominion over the entire country, being able to do so as a Shichibukai. A good number of citizens once had a great deal of respect and admiration for him, to the point citizens tend to become angered when he is disrespected or spoken ill of in public. Doflamingo appearing to be a benevolent on the outside, [[spoiler:in truth he manipulated the former king to ran rampant across the kingdom and deceived his way into the hearts of the people of the country as their saviour. His actions of converting citizens to toys and erasing memories of such citizens further demonstrate a maliciousness towards the kingdom. When the kingdom learns the truth of the toys, the citizens become enraged. Exposed as a villain, Doflamingo resorted to psychological means to control the citizens, noting that he should have used tyranny to rule over them from the beginning. He forced everyone in Dressrosa to kill and harm each other, and took advantage of the people's fear and greed for his own entertainment, offering freedom from his game of death and prize money by capturing twelve of his enemies.]]

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** [[spoiler:Following his defeat he claims that there will be a power struggle that will dethrone the World Noble as the supreme authority in the world. Given that he lists the Yonko, Shichibukai, Four Emperors, Warlords, Supernovas, Marines, Revolutionary Army, and any D's as a possible contender for this spot and characters from each faction have a gripe with the Nobles it's hard to argue with him.]]
* VillainWithGoodPublicity: As the king of Dressrosa, Doflamingo had absolute dominion over the entire country, being able to do so as a Shichibukai.Warlord. A good number of citizens once had a great deal of respect and admiration for him, to the point citizens tend to become angered when he is disrespected or spoken ill of in public. Doflamingo appearing to be a benevolent on the outside, [[spoiler:in truth he manipulated the former king to ran rampant across the kingdom and deceived his way into the hearts of the people of the country as their saviour. His actions of converting citizens to toys and erasing memories of such citizens further demonstrate a maliciousness towards the kingdom. When the kingdom learns the truth of the toys, the citizens become enraged. Exposed as a villain, Doflamingo resorted to psychological means to control the citizens, noting that he should have used tyranny to rule over them from the beginning. He forced everyone in Dressrosa to kill and harm each other, and took advantage of the people's fear and greed for his own entertainment, offering freedom from his game of death and prize money by capturing twelve of his enemies.]]



*** Of course Luffy is having none of that and [[spoiler:proceeds to enter his Gear Fourth form to give Doflamingo the comeuppance he had coming since the beginning of the series; shrugging off his attacks and pounding the prick into submission. Doflamingo's face is teeming with rage and humiliation, since this is most likely the ''first time'' in his life he has ever been overwhelmed (At least by someone that isn't a Yonkou if his fear of Kaidou is any indication), despite the powers and influence he wields, especially to an "idiotic rubber nobody" that he believes Luffy to be. This finally culminates in his defeat when Doflamingo is slammed into the ground by Luffy's ''King Kong Gun''.]]

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*** Of course Luffy is having none of that and [[spoiler:proceeds to enter his Gear Fourth form to give Doflamingo the comeuppance he had coming since the beginning of the series; shrugging off his attacks and pounding the prick into submission. Doflamingo's face is teeming with rage and humiliation, since this is most likely the ''first time'' in his life he has ever been overwhelmed (At least by someone that isn't a Yonkou an Emperor if his fear of Kaidou is any indication), despite the powers and influence he wields, especially to an "idiotic rubber nobody" that he believes Luffy to be. This finally culminates in his defeat when Doflamingo is slammed into the ground by Luffy's ''King Kong Gun''.]]



* {{Badass}}: [[spoiler: The first opponent of the Straw Hat Pirates to deliver a ''complete'' defeat against all of them. By pushing them all clear across the world, no less!]]



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

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



* BadassDecay: The InUniverse reason for his expulsion from the Shichibukai; his defeat at Luffy's hands results in him being viewed as having undergone such, and even before that, he went from being a truly major threat befitting his title to a bitter, jaded, impotent washout who relied on his zombies for everything after Kaido slaughtered his entire crew. [[invoked]]

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* BadassDecay: The InUniverse reason for his expulsion from the Shichibukai; Warlord; his defeat at Luffy's hands results in him being viewed as having undergone such, and even before that, he went from being a truly major threat befitting his title to a bitter, jaded, impotent washout who relied on his zombies for everything after Kaido slaughtered his entire crew. [[invoked]]



* SquishyWizard: The phyically weakest among Shichibukai, take his Fruit off of him and he's pretty much done.

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* SquishyWizard: The phyically weakest among Shichibukai, the Warlords, take his Fruit off of him and he's pretty much done.



* TookALevelInJerkAss: His SBS appearance, while having a CreepyChild vibe, is clearly the most optimistic looking of the warlords as kids; cue the present where he's an ass to everyone.

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* TookALevelInJerkAss: TookALevelInJerkass: His SBS appearance, while having a CreepyChild vibe, is clearly the most optimistic looking of the warlords as kids; cue the present where he's an ass to everyone.



->Child Voice: Creator/KanaeIto (JP)

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->Child Voice: Creator/KanaeIto (JP)(JP), Creator/LydiaMackay (EN)



* {{Badass}}: As of chapter 560, the reason she got the title of Warlord of the Sea is revealed to be more than the result of her Devil Fruit, [[spoiler:as Smoker's Jutte ''and'' face can testify]].



* BreakoutCharacter: Despite not being in any major appearance in a recent arc, she's the tenth most popular character in the series, making her the second most popular Shichibukai (aside from [[TheChessmaster Trafalgar Law]]), the second most popular female character (Nami being the first), and the fifth most popular non-Straw Hat character.

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* BreakoutCharacter: Despite not being in any major appearance in a recent arc, she's the tenth most popular character in the series, making her the second most popular Shichibukai Warlord (aside from [[TheChessmaster Trafalgar Law]]), the second most popular female character (Nami being the first), and the fifth most popular non-Straw Hat character.



* StatuesqueStunner: She's very tall, 6'3" according to official sources.

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* StatuesqueStunner: She's very tall, standing at 6'3" (or 191 cm) [[AllThereInTheManual according to official sources.sources]].



Earned the Warlord status by defeating Portgas D. Ace and handing him over to the Marines. Later lost his status when he revealed he was only using it in his grand scheme against Whitebeard. Once he got what he wanted, he willingly gave it up and took Whitebeard's place as part of the [[UpToEleven far more dangerous Yonkou]].

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Earned the Warlord status by defeating Portgas D. Ace and handing him over to the Marines. Later lost his status when he revealed he was only using it in his grand scheme against Whitebeard. Once he got what he wanted, he willingly gave it up and took Whitebeard's place as part of the [[UpToEleven far more dangerous Yonkou]].Four Emperors]].



Joins the Warlords during and after the two year time-skip. Through Buggy's [[UpToEleven major luck]] and charisma in stringing along a bunch of more powerful but completely gullible breakout criminals from Impel Down, as well as his past history of being associated with former Pirate King Gol D. Roger and being "friends" with Yonkou Red-Haired Shanks, Buggy somehow managed to gain the World Government's attention and was made a Warlord. Whether or not Buggy's skill set has grown to rival the other Warlords and live up to the title remains to be seen.

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Joins the Warlords during and after the two year time-skip. Through Buggy's [[UpToEleven major luck]] and charisma in stringing along a bunch of more powerful but completely gullible breakout criminals from Impel Down, as well as his past history of being associated with former Pirate King Gol D. Roger and being "friends" with Yonkou Emperor Red-Haired Shanks, Buggy somehow managed to gain the World Government's attention and was made a Warlord. Whether or not Buggy's skill set has grown to rival the other Warlords and live up to the title remains to be seen.



* {{Badass}}: Say what you will about his appearance and intelligence, Admiral Kizaru reassures that this man is bad news.



* BewareTheSillyOnes: Unlike the other Warlords shown thus far Weevil is introduced in a much more comical way through his [[DumbMuscle stupidity]] and [[EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas bumbling relationship with his mother]]. He's also {{badass}} enough to have defeated ''16'' former captains serving under Whitebeard and intends to eliminate Marco, Luffy and Blackbeard as well.

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* BewareTheSillyOnes: Unlike the other Warlords shown thus far Weevil is introduced in a much more comical way through his [[DumbMuscle stupidity]] and [[EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas bumbling relationship with his mother]]. He's also {{badass}} badass enough to have defeated ''16'' former captains serving under Whitebeard and intends to eliminate Marco, Luffy and Blackbeard as well.
21st Jul '16 8:19:34 AM gjjones
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->Voiced by: Creator/TakeshiAono (JP), Hirohiko Kakegawa (JP, episode 461+), Andrew Paull (EN, 4Kids), John Gremillion (EN, Funi)

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->Voiced by: Creator/TakeshiAono (JP), Hirohiko Kakegawa (JP, episode 461+), Andrew Paull (EN, 4Kids), John Gremillion (EN, Funi)
Funi), Jorge Badillo (Latin American Spanish)



->Voiced by: Creator/RyuzaburoOtomo (JP), David Brimmer (EN, 4Kids), Creator/JohnSwasey (EN, Funi)

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->Voiced by: Creator/RyuzaburoOtomo (JP), David Brimmer (EN, 4Kids), Creator/JohnSwasey (EN, Funi)
Funi), Francisco Villasis (Latin American Spanish)
16th Jul '16 9:37:30 AM Getta
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* GreaterScopeVillain / OutsideContextProblem: Of the Thriller Bark arc. [[spoiler:His status as a villain doesn't last, though.]]

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* GreaterScopeVillain / OutsideContextProblem: GreaterScopeVillain: Of the Thriller Bark arc. [[spoiler:His status as a villain doesn't last, though.]]
14th Jul '16 2:57:43 PM mhj0808
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* NoNonsenseNemesis: Even before he [[spoiler: became a mindless Marine drone]], Kuma was completely serious on the job and played no games.
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* OddFriendship: With Perona, a loud and outspoken PerkyGoth girl nearly half his age. Though we've only gotten brief looks at their story during the Timeskip, apparently Perona warmed up to Mihawk enough to go back to his island after dropping off Zoro. His old rival Shanks is also comfortable enough with inviting him to party, and he's even ''more'' different from Mihawk than Perona, being FunPersonified and all.
13th Jul '16 8:37:22 PM Discar
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* GreaterScopeVillain / OutsideContextVillain: Of the Thriller Bark arc. [[spoiler:His status as a villain doesn't last, though.]]

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* GreaterScopeVillain / OutsideContextVillain: OutsideContextProblem: Of the Thriller Bark arc. [[spoiler:His status as a villain doesn't last, though.]]
11th Jul '16 12:41:10 AM manusiabumi
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* CoolShades: Very rarely seen without one.
10th Jul '16 10:48:34 PM manusiabumi
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* ParentalSubstitute: To Perona. WordOfGod said that he found Perona when she was still a child and raised her ever since, and she loves him like a parent.
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