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Trafalger Law

Post by Trafalgar on Sun Jul 12, 2009 1:43 pm

Law is a slim man of average height wearing a black-sleeved yellow shirt with an adjustable hood at the back with his Jolly Roger out on the front of his chest. He has many tribal-style tattoos on his arms (which are revealed due to the sleeves of his shirt rolled up to his elbows), as well as a pair of small earrings on both ears; he also wears a pair of jeans with odd markings on both the knee and ankle areas. On his left hand in particular are the letters D, E, T, and H tattooed each on the back four of his fingers excluding his thumb. The letters resemble "DEATH" only without the A. In the anime, all of his fingers including his thumb are tattooed and thus have all the letters of the word. As for his facial features, he has faint shadows right under both eyes and his mouth is constantly seen in a smile. He also appears to sport dark to brownish hair, a majority of which had been obscured by the northern-style hat that Law wears.

Law also carries along a nodachi with which he uses with his Devil Fruit powers. It is a large sword with a scabbard decorated with crosses from the opening to the bottom and equipped with an oblong-shaped hand-guard coated with short white fur and a small piece of red rope tied at the base of its hilt. Due to its size, Trafalgar usually carries this sword over his shoulder (in contrast to the other sword-wielding characters in the series, who either carry theirs on their hips or over their backs); yet in other times, he delegates one of his crewmates (namely Bepo) to carry this sword for him.

Law is an extremely laid-back character, who is nearly always seen smiling (although not with a huge grin, like fellow Supernova Urouge). He also has a more reckless attitude when faced against other pirates that the World Government has labeled as a higher threat: For example, he casually asked X. Drake how many people he had slain in his very first appearance, and had no qualms about flipping his middle finger at Eustass Kid, the most wanted Supernova on the Archipelago (even smiling defiantly when doing so). However, he hates being ordered around, as evidenced of his frown and following reply when Kid told him and Monkey D. Luffy to stay back as he would hold off the attacking Marines. He is also unfailingly polite, usually referring to others as "Mr", and appears to be honorable enough to refuse taking credit that is due to others, as seen when he replied to Jean Bart that his gratitude is also deserved by Luffy.

Law has displayed a more competitive side about him in the anime where he, along with Kid and Luffy, got into a childish argument about who gets to take down the marines stationed just outside the Human Auctioning House when the three Supernovas came out to confront them. Law is a fearsome pirate whose fighting skills and abilities have earned him the nickname "Surgeon of Death" or "Dark Doctor". He, along with his crew, save for one who nearly collapsed, also proved resistant to Rayleigh's burst of Haki that took out almost all in the Auction house. Trafalgar's choice of weapon is the very large version of the typical japanese sword known as the nodachi, and appears to be quite skilled with it, being able to slice up targets from a distance (though this effect can be attributed to his Devil Fruit power), he also seems to be adept at knowing where to strike an opponent's weakspot, as seen when he manages to fell an already worn-out pacifista in the anime. Other than swordsmanship, Trafalgar also seems to be quite agile, having evaded the laser blast fired at him by a Pacifista clone after arriving on the scene where Eustass Kid and his crew were battling the cyborg clone. Law is a possessor of a Devil Fruit of some sort. The Devil Fruit he ate allows him to create a spherical territory, wherein he is capable of separating and spatially displacing anything and everything inside. With his powers, he is capable of making it seem like he can swiftly slice people up into pieces from a distance with his sword. It is currently unknown whether or not the same could be said in terms of swordsmanship when Law's not using his weapon in conjunction with his abilities. People separated by this ability aren't killed and can even feel through the separated pieces regardless of the distance they were separated from each other (much like Buggy when he separates himself using the Bara Bara no Mi), but Law can use his powers to jumble up their pieces with anything else inside his territory, switching different objects location (teleport) as well as levitating them to his will in a similar manner to Buggy's Bara Bara Festival technique. This switching of body parts can cause confusion amongst Law's victims among other things, such as inanimate objects, and it is not known if the body parts can be switched back onto the original bodies; the ability also seems to require him to gesture with his hands to centralize the effects upon its victims. He also seems to be able to make a smaller area, circling just below his hand (possibly with the intention of lobbing it to a target, where it would then expand), when he was prepared to fight one of the Pacifista. The full identity of this ability however remains unknown at this time.

Attacks:Room (ルーム): Law creates a spherical space around his targets, which is then used for the next attack, which can be Shambles. This was first seen used against some Marines during the escape from the Human Auction House. Law needs to stay focused while using Room and can still be attacked while using Room, as seen in the Pacifista fight.
Shambles (シャンブレス): Within the space created from Room, Law can separate the pieces of those targets and rearrange those pieces to his likings, causing massive confusion to his opponents. Law could also use this to re-direct incoming projectiles, like when he displaced a decapitated marine's head for a cannonball coming at his direction, sending the ball of iron back to the marines. This was first seen used against some Marines during the escape from the Human Auction House. In addition within the space created from Room, Law can also change the places of anyone in it, seen when he used to switch Bepo, injured from fighting with the Pacifista, with Jean Bart. This is much like Gecko Moria's Kagemusha technique.

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Re: Trafalger Law

Post by Sam Mogami on Fri Oct 21, 2011 7:08 pm

omg lol hella late i no!!!!!!!! but approved

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