A piece has brought fans countless beloved characters over the years, each with a unique character design and a signature joke, trait or laugh that sets them apart from the rest. remaining. Regardless, with the series being so vast and having so many characters to choose from, there are bound to be some that aren’t likable at all.
It is entirely possible to like a character who is an excellent villain, as seen with Katakuri, who despite being the main antagonist of his arc is still generally loved and respected for wanting a fair fight with Luffy. However, most of One Piece’s least favorite characters are beyond despicable despite their narrative role in the series.
Charlotte Flampe is the 77th daughter of Big Mom, who was introduced during Luffy’s battle with Katakuri in the mirror dimension in the Whole Cake Island Arc. Flampe is known primarily for her infatuation with Katakuri, to the point of almost obsession as it motivated her to intervene in battle because she wanted her brother to win. Although wanting to help his siblings is not despicable, Flampe is hated mainly because of his obnoxious and vain personality. What’s worse is that her infatuation quickly turns to disgust when she learns about Katakuri’s mouth. Faced with the reality that Katakuri was not as perfect as she believed him to be, Flampe rejected him, even disowning him and threatening to gossip about him to the rest of the family.
It’s safe to say, Flampe might have been less unlikeable if it weren’t for her cunning, petty behavior towards the very brother she once idolized. It also didn’t help the case that she was proving to be a rather nosy child.
Stelly is Sabo’s adoptive brother, who later became the king of the Goa Kingdom. Like the rest of the nobles there, Stelly looks down on the others for looking down on him. Stelly is especially condescending towards Fishmen and Sirens, and has racist, stereotypical views of them. Stelly is not only arrogant but also snobby and extremely spoiled. From a young age he often despised and insulted his half-brother Sabo. Even as an adult, Stelly’s attitude towards Sabo remains disdainful, although he seems shocked to learn that Sabo is alive and part of the revolutionaries.
On top of that, Stelly also shows signs of a thirst for power, as evidenced when he saw the empty throne in Mariejois and even though his actions weren’t quite as brutal, he’s still one of the least liked characters. in the story.
Absalom is a member of the Thriller Bark pirate crew with the power of the Apparent Fruit and tends to be a rather misogynistic pervert. Even nicknamed ‘Erosalam’ by the zombies in Thriller Bark, he not only used his fruit to peep on Nami while she was bathing but also kidnapped her and forced her to marry him for a while. the brief time the Straw Hats spent there. More importantly, Absalom also expressed that he likes obedient women who cannot fight back like Nami.
Although Absalom’s behavior is not much different from Sanji, who also uses his Germa powers to spy on women at the bathhouse, Absalom has no respect for women, unlike Sanji. In fact, Absalom’s obsession with wanting a bride stems not from romance but from a desire to have more than just a mate, which explains his lack of love. like in the fandom.
Now the owner of a large corporation, Wapol is the former ruler of Drum Island and is the epitome of the word unshakable. During his time on Drum Island, Wapol was a terrible ruler. Besides being extremely selfish, he is also a huge coward who abandoned his people to fend for themselves when the island was attacked by pirates. More importantly, he destroyed the rich tradition of doctors on the island by keeping 20 of the best for himself and hunting down the rest. Wapol’s selfishness also made him so petty and arrogant that he did not hesitate to beat young Vivi just because her father Cobra reprimanded him.
All in all, there doesn’t seem to be any hope for Wapol to redeem himself. Even after losing everything he had after being defeated by Luffy, Wapol returned to his old arrogant self after regaining his money and power.
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Spandam is the ruthless but cowardly leader of CP9 and the one responsible for capturing Nico Robin. The hate for Spandam mainly stems from his brutal treatment of Nico Robin at Enies Lobby, where he not only broke his promise not to harm her, but also pushed her down the stairs and assaulted her. Spandam is ruthless in the sense that he is willing to sacrifice anything to achieve his goals – except himself. When the Straw Hats attacked Enies Lobby, he sent CP9 agents and several subordinates to deal with them, appearing quite cowardly despite his arrogance.
Interestingly, Spandam is one of the earliest examples of the World Government’s brand of absolute justice and highlights the worst problems with the Government and its moral corruption. Coupled with his terrible personality and hypocritical tendencies, this makes Spandam very easy to hate.
A simple look at Coco Village and what the Arlong Pirates did to the people there is enough to justify why Arlong may not be a fan favorite. While Arlong’s feelings towards humans are justified considering the tragic history of the Mermaids, it hardly justifies his actions towards the innocent people of Coco Village as well as countless other places he devastated. Arlong not only took all their money, but also killed Bellemere and forced young Nami to work for him. Furthermore, he held the entire village hostage to ensure Nami’s loyalty.
Arlong is easily one of the most ruthless, despicable villains of the East Blue Saga, who doesn’t hesitate to kill even an innocent child. Considering that the Mermen’s past and their strained relationships with humans aren’t explored until much later in the series, it makes sense why Arlong may be among the few characters who don’t. likable in the series.
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While aristocrats are notoriously snobbish as Stelly demonstrated, the Heavenly Dragons are an entirely different breed, with Saint Charlos most notable for his arrogance, arrogance, and condescending attitude towards everyone. people around. What strikes the viewer most, however, is his disregard for life and his shabby treatment of the slaves he takes pleasure in mistreating and tormenting. Saint Charlos represents the worst of the Heavenly Dragons, their supposed superiority over every other creature on the planet, and everything that is wrong with the World Government and the entire One Piece world.
Dislike of Akainu mainly stems from his warped sense of justice. Akainu’s belief in absolute justice often causes him to disregard the lives of several marines and innocent civilians. To him, any measure is reasonable as long as he achieves his goal of ending what he and the World Government consider ‘evil’. Akainu’s cruelty was most prominent during the Ohara Incident when he massacred an entire ship full of civilians because of the possibility that one of them could be a researcher. In that sense, Akainu’s idea of justice favors the Heavenly Dragons he serves.
Admittedly, Akainu is an excellent villain and it’s hard for anyone to blame him for killing Ace at Marineford because he was just doing his job. That being said, Akainu’s blind obedience to the Heavenly Dragons as well as his ignorance and disregard for any other life make him an unlikable character.
While most of the least liked characters in One Piece are unlikable because of their actions or beliefs, Trebol is unlikable because of his obnoxious personality. While Trebol’s constant interruptions during Luffy’s battle with Doflamingo weren’t noticeable in the manga, they couldn’t have been more infuriating in the anime. That being said, Trebol’s obnoxious laugh and laid-back personality masked his true, devious nature, shown when he took advantage of a depressed and disillusioned young Doflamingo and instigated he entered a life of crime.
Regardless of Trebol’s role in Doflamingo’s childhood, the fact remains that he is unlikable because he is annoying, meddling, and possibly the most disgusting character in the series.
Orochi is easily the most unlikable character in One Piece. In fact, if being a badass ruler was a competition, Orochi might even give Doflamingo a run for his money. Not only did Orochi sneakily claim the title of shogun, but he also sold his people into slavery to a vicious pirate while starving them by keeping all the uncontaminated resources for himself. Furthermore, Orochi attacked the only person who had captured him because of his anger and desire for revenge. However, despite his anger, Orochi was unable to face Akazaya Nine and Oden, instead choosing to hide behind Kaido like a coward.
Overall, Wano’s story is extremely tragic, and it’s hard to believe that a man as pathetic as Orochi was able to almost destroy an entire nation, which makes it all the more satisfying when Orochi finally also suffered the same fate because of his actions.
All in all, only time will tell if any of these characters have a chance at redemption. Considering Oda’s ability to turn characters around and the fact that he has surprised readers in the past with once unpopular characters like Franky even joining the Straw Hats, it’s safe to say there is no What is completely impossible? It seems unlikely, there may even be some hope for A piece characters like Wapol and Akainu.