Luffy is portrayed as a carefree character

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Luffy is portrayed as a carefree character

Post  taixyz1992 on Thu Jan 06, 2011 6:51 pm

Luffy is portrayed as a carefree character with great ambitions and a huge appetite. He often thinks with his stomach and eats to the point of becoming comically fat. He is caring and generally good hearted. However, he is not nave and understands most situations more than he shows. He was inspired to become a pirate by his friend "Red-Haired" Shanks who entrusted him with his strawhat, which he holds as one of his most precious objects. Knowing the dangers ahead, he is willing to risk his life to reach his goal, and protect his crew.

He invites several people, such as Chopper or Brook, onto his crew generally for their personality but also because of his instinctual ability to be able to read people. His main reason has been stated a few times in the story. He needs several key jobs filled in his crew (i.e.: cook, navigator, doctor, musician, shipwright, and so on). Only one member of the crew invited herself on, Nico Robin. She actually has no place on the ship, having no true abilities that Luffy requires. She is just a historian who Luffy accepted. Luffy stated in the beginning of the series that he wants about ten crew members, each with abilities that he feels necessary for his goal.[7][8] He is rarely concerned with the consequences of his actions, doing what he feels even if it leads to retaliation by a powerful force.[9] However, he is an extremely loyal captain, who has demonstrated at many points throughout the series that he is willing to risk his life for the well-being of his crew

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Post  XREDXR on Fri Jan 07, 2011 4:36 am

Everybody, keep out of his way<br>
Everybody, keep out of his way<br>
Everybody, keep out of his way<br>
<br>
You're the ones to run from, <br>

or so they sayI remember you back in the day<br>
Did my best to keep out of the way<br>
You kicked it up in school<br>
Singing out of tune<br>
Everybody knew<br>
Singing out of tune<br>
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Post  heroisthai on Tue Jan 11, 2011 6:43 pm

He invites several people, such as Chopper or Brook, onto his crew generally for their personality but also because of his instinctual ability to be able to read people. His main reason has been stated a few times in the story. He needs several key jobs filled in his crew (i.e.: cook, navigator, doctor, musician, shipwright, and so on). Only one member of the crew invited herself on, Nico Robin. She actually has no place on the ship, having no true abilities that Luffy requires. She is just a historian who Luffy accepted. Luffy stated in the beginning of the series that he wants about ten crew members, each with abilities that he feels necessary for his goal.[7][8] He is rarely concerned with the consequences of his actions, doing what he feels even if it leads to retaliation by a powerful force.[9] However, he is an extremely loyal captain, who has demonstrated at many points throughout the series that he is willing to risk his life for the well-being of his crew





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