One of the worst generation of A piece, Trafalgar Law is a pirate from North Blue who was introduced to fans during the Sabaody Archipelago arc. Law was quickly conceived by Oda along with the other Supernovas in under three hours and although they were all presented as the rookie pirates of Luffy’s Generation, Oda did not intend them all to be equally important. that they have become. When it comes to Trafalgar Law, Oda certainly never imagined he would make him as important as he is today.
In fact, Trafalgar Law has come an incredibly long road and its importance to A piece was immediately brought to light when, after the Marineford arc, he decided to save Luffy by risking his own life for him. Law then went to Amazon Lily with him and made sure Luffy’s treatment was done right. In more ways than one, Law has established himself as an extremely important character even before the Ellipse and long before the start of the Wano Country arc.
Unlike most supernovae, Law did not go to the New World immediately after the Supreme War ended. Instead, he waited for the right opportunity and hatched a plan for the downfall of someone he hated, Donquixote Doflamingo. Law was involved in the Rocky Port incident, which took place during the story’s two-year gap. By stealing the hearts of 100 pirates and delivering them to the Marines, Law carved out his place among the Shichibukai and gained incredible power. It was only after achieving this position that Law finally entered the New World, traveled to Punk Hazard where he broke the steering wheel and turned the Age of Pirates upside down.
By forming an alliance with Luffy, Law established a plan to take down Kaido, however, his primary goal has always been to take down Donquixote Doflamingo. Together, Luffy and Law led to the destruction of the SAD Factory, captured Caesar and started a war with Doflamingo which in the Dressrosa arc ended in his defeat and Law ultimately kept the promise made to his benefactor, Donquixote Rosinante. With the fall of Doflamingo and the ruin of Kaido’s business, the Yonko turned his eyes on Trafalgar Law and Luffy. They would soon become targets for his rage, so the two traveled to Zou, where Law reunited with his crew and Oda established the Ninja-Pirate-Mink-Samurai alliance to take down Kaido.
The Zou arc ended with Luffy taking part of his crew to save Sanji from Big Mom, Nekomamushi leading his team in search of Marco and Kinemon taking Law and the rest of the Straw Hat Pirates to Wano Country, where their plan to take down Yonko Kaido would eventually begin.
With Law being at the heart of Doflamingo’s downfall and Kaido being angry, it’s obvious for him to play a major role in the arc. Much like Luffy, Law’s goal is to help defeat Kaido and then take another step forward on his journey. Sadly, Law didn’t play a big role in the first two Acts of the Wano Country arc. Although he fought Hawkins and surrendered to save his crew, Law was mostly silent in the first segment of the arc. However, Act 3 of Wano changed all that by putting Law in the spotlight by allowing him to save the scabbards and transport them to Onigashima.
There, Law finally clashed with Kaido and Big Mom on the rooftop of Onigashima and fared pretty well. Unsurprisingly, a hacker of Law’s caliber impressed even the Yonkos and earned their respect. Law greatly aided in the fight against Kaido by not only injuring him with his Devil Fruit powers, but also by using Ope Ope no Mi to provide a backup for the rest of the fighters on the roof. Without him, Zoro, Kid, Killer and Luffy would certainly be dead. More importantly, Law devised the strategy to separate the Yonkos and was the one who threw Big Mom off the roof of Onigashima.
Soon after, Law teamed up with Kid to take on Big Mom and they are still engaged in the fight against Big Mom, which seems to be pretty balanced at the moment. Obviously, Law has gone pretty far when it comes to his strength. In fact, Law even managed to awaken the powers of Ope Ope no Mi in the fight against Big Mom and showed fans that just like Luffy, he too is leveling up. In Wano, Law’s biggest goal is to defeat Big Mom and establish himself as a major power in the world.
But, while Luffy’s eyes have been on One Piece for years, Law’s focus is slightly different. Before the arc, Law’s only goal in life was to avenge Rosinante by killing Doflamingo and removing him from power. In fact, when Law finally got to Dressrosa, he really expected to die and not make it out alive because he knew taking down Doflamingo wasn’t going to be easy.
Immediately after Doflamingo’s fall, however, Oda made it clear that Trafalgar Law was interested in the truth about the D Clan by having him converse with Sengoku the Buddha about it. In the Wano Country arc, Law finally lets it be known that his goal as a pirate is to uncover the true history of the world and see what the “D ”’s eventful fate is. people are. To achieve this, Law must defeat the Yonko, acquire the Road Poneglyphs, and then head to the final island, Laugh Tale. Law’s conversation with Nico Robin also told fans that he basically had the same goal as her and that his journey aligned with that of the Straw Hat Pirates.
For now, Law’s goal is to prove he’s worthy of reaching One Piece by defeating Big Mom in battle with Kid’s help. In case Law survives the ordeal, his next goal in life is to reach One Piece on Laugh Tale. While Law may not be interested in the treasure itself, he’s certainly interested in the people who left the treasure and the D clan, around which the story is built. Going forward, it’s highly likely that Law will continue to travel with the Straw Hat Pirates and eventually arrive at Laugh Tale.
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