Warning: There are spoilers for chapter 1083 of One Piece.A piece Chapter 1083 is filled with dramatic moments, and in one stroke of genius, one of which allowed Sabo to finally step out of Ace’s shadow. Since Sabo’s appearance in Dressrosa, a common criticism has been that his personality overlaps too much with Ace’s due to both being Luffy’s strong and supportive older brother, with Sabo even being has the same Devil Fruit as Ace. Add to that Sabo’s limited screen time, and it’s easy to see how Sabo serves little purpose outside of allowing the story to feature a character like Ace while still killing Ace.
Sabo’s character has always had a hard time distinguishing himself from Ace, but One Piece chapter 1083 finally manages to do just that in a major way. When Sabo and Dragon were discussing Cobra’s death, Sabo bluntly stated that even though he didn’t want Cobra to die, he was fine with it because it helped the Revolutionary Army’s goals, making Sabo become a cold pragmatist, something that never happened. Ace characteristics. That contributes so much to separating Sabo’s personality from Ace that it almost makes him the opposite of him, and it works even better because it brings out what is less explored. about the Revolutionary Army to date. Better yet, given Sabo’s suggested massive body count in One Piece, it makes complete sense given what readers already know about him.
One Piece fixes Sabo by turning him into Ace’s rival
One of the biggest takeaways from One Piece establishing Sabo as a pragmatist is that it essentially pits his character against Ace. One of Ace’s hallmarks is how respectable he is; He never ran away from a fight and never allowed those important to him to be disrespected, even if doing so resulted in his death. Thus, Sabo is the type of person who is willing to take advantage of a good person’s death to achieve his goals, which characterizes him in a way that is the exact opposite of Ace, and that makes him a character. unique in its own way.
One Piece chapter 1083 has done a lot to highlight the character Sabo, but the question now is whether the story will continue with that. With One Piece having entered the final story, Sabo is sure to take on a larger role in the story, meaning there will be more moments for the story to explore what kind of person he is. The series could easily duplicate Sabo’s pragmatism, but it can also scale things down to make him less ruthless than what chapter 1083 begins to establish. There’s no way to know what will happen, but either direction would be great for Sabo’s story.
One Piece Revolutionary Army Justifies Sabo .’s Character
Another reason why the depiction of Sabo’s personality in One Piece chapter 1083 works so well is how it fits perfectly with how the Revolutionary Army has been portrayed so far. Although the Revolutionary Army did not receive as much attention, they were formed as a group that had no problem using violence to achieve its goals, even going as far as level that motivates people to incite their own rebellions. There was always an element of purpose justifying the means with the Revolutionary Army, so it was conceivable that associating with them would lead Sabo to develop a pragmatic mindset.
Sabo’s idea of the Revolutionary Army in favor of pragmatism is most evident in Monkey D. Dragon. When Sabo says he’s fine with Cobra’s death because of the way it promotes their goals, Dragon simply says that he likes his attitude, suggesting that he at least accepts the benefits of the attitude. Sabo’s degree. Little is known about Dragon’s origins as well, as he left a group of peaceful protesters upon realizing that the World Government could only be dealt with by force. That mindset of Dragon not only justifies Sabo’s pragmatism, and as a result, it more than justifies the fact that Sabo eventually developed independently of Ace in A piece.