fantastical777  asked:

Hey zombie a quick question... What are your toughts about Doflamingo?

In all seriousness though I overall thought Doflamingo was a very cool villain! (one of my fav characters if you couldn’t already guess haha) My depiction of him in a lot of my works was WAY more silly and fun compared to his absolutely horrible nature in op canon, but that original terrible bird man was what I initially fell in love with with him! 
Couple more thoughts under the cut to keep this from being too lengthy~

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I asked my mom to tell me her first impression about these characters

and ummm here’s what it turned out….

honestly i don’t know which one is the funniest 

WHY ONE PIECE IS A GREAT MANGA

sexy daddies 

adorable talking polar bear 

Eminem

attractive ladies

Handsome phoenix/Ananas idk

[OTP INTENSIFIES]

Cute flamingo brothers

MY PRECIOUS BABY 

Bodybuilder Dumbledore 

VERY HOT DUDE

TRAFALGAR D FUCKING LAW

ANOTHER SEXY DADDY WHAT THE FUCK

anoTHER HOT DUDE IS THAT AN FUCKING YAOI JFC

*dies*

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Flaminions wish you a very happy and merry holidays from the bottom of their pink heart ♥

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…dang… 

This is a graphic dedicated to what I would have liked to see from Doflamingo. I do love Doflamingo as an evil monster who gives great monologues, but I think that Oda let slip a very big and unique chance to cast Doflamingo as a sympathetic villain. Doflamingo did suffer a great deal in childhood, but characters keep saying over and over again that he was just born to be evil, and we’ve never gotten clear conformation (or denial) of if Doflamingo actually cares about anyone other than himself. 

So I tried my hand at rewriting things in a scene where Doflamingo actually does kill Law! Here, Doflamingo killed his father because the Celestial Dragons contacted him and told him that he and his brother could return to Mariejois if he killed his father. But instead it just cost him both his father and brother and set him even further down the path of no return. Having lost everything, he met his executives who put their faith in him and raised him to be a monster who would stop at nothing to rise to the top of the world. He took in children like Dellinger, Sugar, Monet, Baby 5 and Law because they too had lost everything and were demonized by the world, and he felt he could bring them with him to the top. And now that the ball’s gotten rolling, with everything his family has done for him, with all that they’ve sacrificed for him, and all the crimes they’ve committed, Doflamingo believes that he can only do right by them by committing atrocity after atrocity in order to take the throne of the world by force–the throne of a world that did nothing but make them suffer. So rather than planning to have Law or Cora die for him, he once simply wanted to raise Law to be his right hand so Law could triumph over the evils that destroyed him family, his home, and ostracized him from common society as a walking disease. 

He’d still be a terrible villain, but rather than being motivated by selfishness and innate cruelty, he’d be motivated by living up to the expectations of the family who gave him everything when he once had less than nothing. I wrote more on this general subject–what I would have changed if I could rewrite Dressrosa–in this post. Doflamingo being a good king, Sugar being his biological daughter… Doflamingo is still a fantastic villain and character, but all this is just a light that I would have loved so much to see him cast in. Doflamingo could have been one of the most morally complex characters in the series, but as it stands he’s mostly just a massive asshole, like virtually all OP villains.