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There are many characters in the One Piece world, many with various morals and senses of justice. From the standpoint of yourself in the setting of the One Piece world, what character’s morals do you agree most with? By morals I mean the ways they view others both weaker and stronger than them, the characters’ ranking of the importance of people’s lives (example: hurting or killing people who are useless to you and might cause you harm in the future, or placing the lives of your friends and allies over the lives of your subordinates or the people you’re sworn to protect), as well as their general view as to the way things in the One Piece world should be run.

Here are a few examples of characters morals, which could make them “good characters” in some settings, or “bad” in others.

Luffy ― The typical “I’ll put the lives of my friends over the world” hero. Luffy would try to save his friends even if the fate of the world and everyone else’s lives were at stake. Luffy would not play by a kidnapper’s rules to get his friends back, and instead he would try to fight for them. Luffy would not sacrifice himself for the good of the world, instead he would fight whoever was forcing him to choose between these. While these traits are considered a strengths and good qualities for the protagonist to have in a One Piece setting, it might be seen as a weakness in other situations. In an Attack on Titan setting, for example, being without the resolve to sacrifice yourself or others for people more important to the world (For example, I can’t see Luffy throwing himself in front of Dragon in the final battle of One Piece if Dragon were caught completely unaware to an attack. Even though Dragon stands a better chance of defeating the Navy and destroying the World Government’s system once and for all, Luffy is a character who would only sacrifice himself for personal reasons, i.e., to save his friends). Luffy judges the importance of people’s lives by how close he is to them, and although he has the “I want to save everyone” mentality, he would choose to save a friend over a stranger. Luffy is often clouded by personal feelings and refuses to honor the wishes of others (such as Robin when she kept saying that she wanted to die in the Enis Lobby arc).

Law ― “The weak don’t get to choose how they die.” ‘Nuff said.

Sabo ― Sabo is a “good” character by many standards, what with the fact that he understands the corruptness of the government system and is working to change it, and with the way he protects his friends. Sabo would protect his friends and allies with his life and values the lives of people on his side over the lives of enemies and people working against him (however indirectly). Sabo would not kill civilians and innocent people unless they attack him or his friends, but does not have the restrictions against killing people that Luffy has. This might make Sabo more “evil” in a One Piece setting, but more “good” in an Attack on Titan-style setting, where the resolve not to kill is a weakness. Sabo is a character who would put his dreams and goals over the lives of people who he didn’t care about (example: deciding to kill Luffy when Luffy found his and Ace’s treasure).

Akainu ― Absolute justice, no criminals spared. Enough said.

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Kizaru vs Mihawk

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Wow, this community hasn't been used in a while... anyway, this is a community for discussing and debating about One Piece. Please check it out!! Thanks and have a nice day! :)

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Hi! This is a community for those interested in discussing and debating about One Piece. Please check it out! :)

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....Check it again!

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thanks for the invite!
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Happy TraBe day, everyone passes out cake and sits down to watch movies
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xZxzc9X4jBI
Yes, he made it. 
Still think he's desperately dodging Sanji.

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All right. After you watch the video, and you still don't understand what is going on, I'll give you the summery I got from a comment on youtube.
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"Man in a Box" essentially mistook Luffy and co. for animal shaggers (due to their ship being covered in horse dick), hence the "replacement crew." They kind of went along with it and realized that what was actually happening in the movie was in fact real and that Luffy left because he obviously didn't want to be involved with "Man in a Box 2," which also explains why Nami redacted her information (as she was made the object of fornication) and why Usopp had to spend hours cutting it together as the editor because there was so. much. wrong.
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