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About the character Luffy

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Luffy is the main character in a comic called One Piece. He is a perfect pirate when seen in every perspective. In the authors view, he thinks of Luffy as an outgoing pirate. Other pirates who are rivals to Luffy think of him as a stubborn pirate that likes challenge. Lastly Luffy himself thinks of him as an altruist who always puts himself down before others.

The author thinks of Luffy as an outgoing pirate. This is why in all of the chapters Luffy is always optimistic and doesn’t give up. For example in chapter 589 pg 17 Luffy says “The Pirate King is going!” on a boat with all the strong waves. The author shows how an outgoing pirate Luffy is even though he can’t swim but doesn’t give up his dream of becoming a pirate.

Secondly, other pirates who are rivals to Luffy think of him as a stubborn pirate that likes challenge. For example in chapter 204 pg 6 Crocodile a rival of Luffy’s says “How many times must I kill you?!” This shows Luffy never gives up until he beats his opponent. Luffy who nearly died three times because of Crocodile always had come back to beat him which showed his characteristics of stubbornness and bravery.

Lastly, Luffy himself thinks of him as an altruist who always put himself down before others. This is because he knows that his fellow pirates are the ones who will always back him up when he is down. Not only does he think of himself as an altruist but also a really good eater. On chapter 213 pg 8 when he realizes he had slept for a whole three days the first thing he said was “I missed 15 meals!” Which shows him his love for food.

To sum up, there are many different perspectives that Luffy is viewed in but all of the perspectives come together and show that Luffy is a perfect pirate. The perspectives include from the author who think of him as an outgoing pirate, other pirates who think of him as a stubborn pirate that likes challenge and lastly himself who think he is an altruist.

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