The world in One Piece is surrounded by luck, whether it’s Luffy’s repeated escape from danger or Buggy, from the position of “King Clown” suddenly becoming the Yonko.
When conducting “dissection” on social networks, some readers believe that the success of these characters is based on the plot, the author Oda Eiichiro deliberately protected them because of the appearance of Luffy or Buggy simply. is extremely important to One Piece.
However, there are characters who are so “unlucky” that they have never escaped their own unhappiness. This made their lives miserable and met with many catastrophic failures, making viewers understand how lucky the other characters were. Let’s Vietotaku learn more!
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Magellan and the Escape in Impel Down
Magellan is the chief warden of the world’s most rigorous prison, Impel Down. Although Luffy and his gang’s escape occurred while Magellan was in power, it was due to some unlucky factor that he couldn’t do anything about it.
For example, no one would have guessed that Luffy entered the prison through Boa Hancock, a Shichibukai under the government. In addition, the possession of a Devil Fruit that allows Bon Clay to disguise himself as another person is also the perfect factor to help prisoners escape.
Magellan’s greatest misfortune is having to take frequent baths because of the nature of the poisoned devil fruit. If his deputy was more serious, the escape would definitely fail, Luffy would be held in Impel Down and the Buster Call would not happen.
Usopp keeps getting into awkward situations
Since appearing in One Piece, Usopp has accidentally encountered opponents stronger than himself many times. Besides, being an orphan and wanting to be cared for and noticed by everyone makes Usopp often mocked by the villagers.
In the battles of the Straw Hats, the arrangement of confrontation makes Usopp often encounter dangerous people, disproportionate in strength.
For example, when trying to infiltrate Onigashima, he and Chopper ran into Big Mom. While fighting in Skypiea, Usopp also encountered “God” Enel, a powerful villain that he certainly could not defeat.
Caribou “Wet hair” is constantly having bad luck
Caribou “Wet Hair” is a vicious pirate and once intended to capture Luffy in exchange for a bounty. Shortly after his first appearance in One Piece, he was nearly captured along with Demaro Black’s fake Straw Hats in the Sabaody Archipelago.
Despite chasing Luffy all the way to Fish-Man Island, his ship was sunk, leaving the crew adrift. In the end, Caribou was captured by Kaido’s Beasts and had to work in their labor camps.
Ironically, he went from being a pursuer to begging for Luffy’s release, despite his previous crimes.
Sanji is discriminated against
As one of the descendants of the Vinsmoke family, great expectations have been placed on Sanji’s shoulders since he was a child. He and his siblings were biologically upgraded by their father to later conquer the North Sea.
However, Sanji’s development did not go as expected. In the end, he was mistreated and abused until his family flatly kicked him out. Sanji harbors resentment towards his father and vows never to become like him.
Oars Jr. died at Marineford
Marineford was a major battle but with few casualties, Oars Jr. himself. unfortunately unlucky to be in that “few”. In the midst of a fierce battle, he was defeated shortly after appearing.
As a result, Oars’ body will become a zombie, similar to his late father’s. However, due to Gecko Moria being forced to flee Marineford early, it is not known for the time being whether he will retrieve the body or not.
Ace has been wanted since birth
As the son of Pirate King Gol D. Roger, since childhood Ace had a difficult life. His mother was forced to keep the baby in her womb past the due date of her birth because of the pursuit of the World Government, as a result she died shortly after he was born.
Chased all his life, the clash between Ace and Blackbeard unfortunately resulted in his arrest. Unfortunately, Akainu happened to be in the perfect position to “accidentally” execute Ace at the battle at Marineford.
Vivi is being chased by many factions
Princess Vivi’s life is known as a series of chaotic days, because the kingdom has fallen into civil war, she is forced to infiltrate the Baroque Works organization.
Not only that, Luffy’s appearance accidentally made things worse when he revealed Vivi’s identity and defeated her subordinates. As things begin to settle down, the Reverie conference drags her life in a bad direction.
Here, it was Im-Sama who made Vivi a character that everyone cared about, making the audience implicitly understand that she would have to go through a dark future. Up to now, Vivi has never had peace because of factors beyond her control.
Whitebeard is constantly betrayed
A character who is both strong and kind, Whitebeard has lived his life as an emperor of the sea. He even refused Roger’s request to become the next Pirate King because he wanted to take care of the crew.
But sadly, besides the loyal crew, there were also other members who constantly betrayed him. First, Teach “Blackbeard” killed Thatch and then Whitebeard was stabbed by Squard at Marineford.
Even Kozuki Oden, a strongman who begged to join Whitebeard’s crew when they visited Wano Country, eventually abandoned him to adventure with Roger.
Kin’emon was betrayed by Kanjuro and “cut in half”
Kin’emon’s life since its introduction in One Piece has never been easy. When he was young, he had to destroy an entire town just for a meager salary.
Even when carried by Kozuki Oden, Kin’emon’s loyalty brings more problems. In the end, Kin’emon and his allies were not only defeated by Kaido, but had to flee to the future 20 years later.
Worse still, he lost his way and was “cut in half” by Trafalgar Law while searching for allies to join forces to retake Wano.
Gecko Moria becomes a disgrace to the Pirates
Gecko Moria’s Pirates were once strong enough to challenge Kaido to take over the Wano Nation. However, since the crushing defeat in Marineford, this character’s life has spiraled out of control.
At that time, Gecko Moria not only lost most of his strength, but also fell into a state of collapse and lost his strength.
Luffy while passing through the Florian Triangle collided with the Thriller Bark and destroyed it, which meant that Moria’s plan to return to the golden age was also completely ruined.
Furthermore, Moria was betrayed by the World Government at Marineford and was deemed too weak to be a Shichibukai. Moria Gecko’s final humiliation was when Blackbeard used his death to force him to join the crew.
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