Despite Law's terse and rather unkind demeanor towards others, he still retains strong compassion and kindness (even if reluctantly), which he originally had as a boy, while regaining them due to Rosinante's influence.
He is as a supporting character in the Paramount War Saga, the deuteragonist of the Dressrosa Saga, and a major ally in the Yonko Saga. He is a friendly rival towards Luffy and hostile towards Eustass Kid. His first bounty was 200,000,000 Berries.
There's a panel where Law smiles during the time when the Marines and the Strawhats part ways in Punk Hazard (Chapter 697). I thought I'd share, since the panel is very well hidden. It feels like Law is more of a friend, not just an ally for benefits.
Trafalgar Law formed an alliance with Monkey D. Luffy during the Punk Hazard arc and together, they aim to take down Kaido, one of the Four Emperors of the Sea. Law possesses the powers of the Ultimate Devil Fruit, the Ope Ope no Mi, making him an incredibly useful ally to Luffy.
nope. people have this theory and think it'd be fitting with the 'theme' or whatever of this arc but if you pay attention to the characters themselves it makes no sense. luffy basically helped law achieve his life goal. he also went out of the way to save luffy during marineford.
Law is the traitor! He did turn on the Straw Hats! Well, maybe not really, but he told them to go to Zo. But then why did he say that he was in an alliance with them, losing his Shichibukai status just to by time?
Trafalgar Law is another member of the Worst Generation who is in the running for the spot of the Pirate King. Having allied with Luffy, Law intends to take down the Yonko Kaido and gain all the notoriety for it. He is an exceptionally powerful pirate who certainly has what it takes to become the King of the Pirates.
It isn't hard to see that Luffy and Kid will eventually end up joining forces in the fight against Kaido. Although their alliance will likely be temporary, it'll still be something that will play a massive role in taking down Yonko Kaido, just like Luffy's alliance with Trafalgar Law.
Heart Pirates (represented by Law) and remaining Straw Hats (represented by Zoro) were going to Wano as Kinemon's group. While saying goodbye to Luffy's team, Law and Zoro stayed far away from each other but close to their respective crewmembers.
He became one of the Seven Warlords of the Sea during the timeskip, but his position was revoked for allying with the Straw Hat Pirates. Law, like many other pirates, dreams of finding the One Piece, while also desiring to know the purpose of the Will of D..
Law laughed that Doflamingo's life was the pitiful one, saying that the Straw Hats can cause miracles. Doflamingo shot Law eight times in various places, mocking the word "Corazon" on Law's jacket.
While Luffy does seem to lack an Awakening (which Law already has for his own Devil Fruit), the Straw Hat Captain is undoubtedly stronger.
No one would be surprised if, after the events of Wano, Law decides to keep his relationship with the crew going and formally joins the Straw Hat Grand Fleet, possibly as its 2nd Division commander.
Law was held responsible as the mastermind of an event known as the "Rocky Port Incident". Then at some point, Law sent the hearts of one hundred pirates to the World Government, leading to him acquiring the status of Warlord of the Sea.
Mihawk's former bounty is definitely 2 billion-plus, however revealing it all the way back at Baratie, would kill the future hype of any other character and make all of Luffy's bounty feel not as impressive.
Kuina was a formidable child prodigy in swordsmanship, being the best student of the Isshin Dojo, despite her young age. She could overpower even adults in a sword fight. With a single sword, she could defeat the young Zoro 2001 consecutive times without ever losing to him.
But Law uses ya as suffix while addressing people, like in the nicknames Strawhat-ya for Luffy and Blackleg-ya for Sanji, and in real names Zoro-ya, Nami-ya and Nico-ya. Ya are translated as Mr. or Miss. in English. But in Japanese adding ya defines someone's profession.
14 Zoro x Hiyori
The Wano Arc has brought a variety of interesting developments for fans, but one thing that's been exciting for shippers in particular has been the subtle exchanges between Roronoa Zoro and Princess Hiyori.
Law waited 13 years to avenge Corazon and only relied on Luffy to take Doflamingo down as a last resort, meaning the fruit likely hadn't awakened at the moment. However, sometime after this arc, Law's Devil Fruit powers awakened and his strength multiplied by several times.
When he was at Marine Ford, Crocodile had really changed. He saved Ace who was almost executed. Crocodile even willing to sacrifice his life to help them because they had to deal with Mihawk and Akainu. Crocodile also helped Jinbei who he previously wanted to defeat while in Impel Down.
Kid ate the Jiki Jiki no Mi, a Paramecia-type Devil Fruit that allows him to manipulate magnetic forces. He can attract and/or repel metal objects as he pleases, and he can also create magnetic fields that allow him to arrange metal objects into various configurations and constructs.
The Encyclopedia of Things That Never Were by Michael Page and Robert Ingpen describes Joyboy as a figure from Caribbean folklore associated with humans' need to dance, sing, and celebrate. Joyboy has been probably brought to the Caribbean islands along with West African slaves.
Before the Golden Age
Pirates have long been a part of the way of life in the One Piece world. The oldest known group of pirates mentioned were the ones under Dorry and Brogy from more than 100 years ago.
The World Government is an organization infested with corruption; the low-level Marine grunts enlist with the best of intentions, while the higher-ups prioritize their self-interests more than anything. On the other hand, the pirates have shown that they are not inherently evil, either.