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The eyes alone show the subtle but important character development that Luffy has gone through

The eyes alone show the subtle but important character development that Luffy has gone through

The eyes alone show the subtle but important character development that Luffy has gone through

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  1. Luffy is mostly a static character with the world that changes instead of him. With that said the man has seen some shit. His brother literally died in front of him. If he was a normal person he would be burdened with depression and survivors guilt right now.

  2. Luffy has aged visibly throughout his time as a pirate. He puts far too much strain on himself and it causes him to age physically, but he has also grown emotionally. He’s no longer an idealistic naive boy like he started out as.

  3. This was no mistake on the animators’ part; seconds later, he is *exactly* just as wide-eyed as he jumps in the air as he was in 1999.

  4. Agreed!

    I cannot understand people who are troubled by character development. I love it, I appreciate it deeply when my beloved characters grow, mature, are shown years later, yes even if some die or go down paths I might not have preferred. It makes them organic, less *cardboard*.

  5. “character development” is the kind of stuff people who know nothing about story telling use to make them feel like experts when trying to talk about it. You wanna know about story telling? Then write a couple os stories first. Try basing your story on “character development” and all this fan-talk and see for yourself how it will suck.

  6. Episode 1: Luffy being carefree and happy and thrills for the many adventures to come.
    Episode 1000: Luffy being carefree and happy but is seriously determined to become King of the Pirates