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Gambling anime dogma meaning

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Issho , commonly known by his alias Fujitora , is a Marine admiral. Fujitora was first mentioned by Sakazuki when the latter was first discussing plans to deal with Monkey D.

Luffy and Trafalgar Law. Much like his predecessor, Kuzan, Fujitora is strongly against the Marines' dogma of " Absolute Justice " and extremely vocal in his opposition of it. Fujitora is a blind man with only the whites of his eyes showing, though he usually keeps both eyes closed. He has an X-shaped scar centered on the left side of his forehead that stretches over both eyes, which was actually self-inflicted due to his decision to blind himself.

Like other admirals, Fujitora sports the standard marine coat with his personal clothes underneath, wearing the coat on his shoulders like a cape with his arms not in the sleeves. His sleeves cuffs are purple. While previous admirals and other high-ranked marines wear the conventional suit and tie underneath their marine coats, Fujitora opts for a light-purple yukata held up with a dark purple belt, all underneath a purple cloak, matching the color in his alias.

Fujitora wields a shikomizue a Japanese swordstick that doubles as a cane for his blindness, and also wears geta sandals. He has white bandages wrapped around both of his forearms, with handguards on both hands. Fujitora appears to be a reasonable man that is very trusting of people, as seen when he actually believed that he kept losing at roulette purely by chance. The moment he was told that he was being cheated and that the swindlers tried to kill Luffy for revealing their trickery, he retaliated mercilessly and stated that being blind spared him from seeing the corruption in the world.

He also takes responsibility for the collateral damage he inflicts, as shown when he compensated the shop owner for the damages he caused when creating a massive crater to attack the swindlers. He is rather modest, as he barely commented on the remarks Doflamingo and Law made on his formidable reputation and display of power. During the first time he was seen in battle, Fujitora was shown to be willing to use excessive force, as he summoned down a meteor to attack both Law and Doflamingo.

Doflamingo even commented that he does not hold back. Fujitora is also an extremely compassionate man, gentle and soft-spoken towards his subordinates. Despite being one of the highest ranking marines, Fujitora exhibits immense concern for innocent civilians, prioritizing their safety over his duty to arrest and punish criminals, unlike his superior Sakazuki and most other high-ranking marines, such as Vice-Admirals who are ruthless to the point of sacrificing their own subordinates for the sake of killing criminals.

Despite his responsible personality, he seems to enjoy gambling and is not entirely serious with his duties, as he was playing roulette even when he was supposed to be apprehending Luffy and Law. On top of this, he makes many very big gambles during combat, even sometimes gambling the safety of others. When he brought a meteor down on Green Bit, he was not completely sure that Trafalgar Law and Doflamingo were powerful enough to prevent the island from being obliterated.

He launched both his battleship and a meteor at the Straw Hats, not accounting for Law and his abilities. He brought down yet another meteor on Dressrosa itself while the bird cage was active, not understanding that the cage would actually split the meteor into pieces, thus widening the impact of the blast and endangering more people.

Another trait Fujitora displayed is his ability to remain calm. Even when one of his own meteorites was sent flying back at his ship, he was calmly slurping a bowl of soba noodles acting as if nothing was happening while his whole crew was in panic and even commenting on his choice of timing for a meal. Though Fujitora is normally calm and serious, he has also displayed a sense of humor unlike most admirals, and even exaggerated comedic expressions, contrary to the realistic expressions and designs the admirals share.

When Luffy took him on in a one-on-one fight, Fujitora was amused by the fact that Luffy started calling out his own attacks in battle, not to patronize him because of his handicap, but because Luffy had taken a liking to Fujitora and wanted an earnestly fair fight with the admiral.

After realizing this, he cracked up and started laughing, which Luffy, however, found annoying. At one point in his life, Fujitora grew so disgusted with seeing all the evil in the world that he decided to take his own eyes. However, he later regrets this decision, as he was unable to see the face of the man whom so many are willing to risk their lives to protect. He also gets very offended when enemies patronize him because of his blindness and hold back against him, or show pity towards him.

Fujitora is also a man of his word and follows his own rules, and sometimes makes his decisions based on a roll of a dice that he always carries wherever he goes. For example, he used a dice to determine whether or not to pursue Luffy and his crew following the downfall of Doflamingo.

As an admiral of the Marines, Fujitora is deeply respected within the organization. He has compassion for his subordinates, and many Marines, including Vice-Admirals Bastille and Maynard, held strong respect for Fujitora. When several Marines fell under the control of Doflamingo's Parasite technique, Fujitora opted to use his gravity powers to restrain them, rather than using lethal force to stop them.

Fujitora prostrating before King Riku to apologize for the World Government's irresponsibility prompted his Marines to follow suit, which was a strong contrast to Sakazuki's concern about the Marines' dignity. Sakazuki even apologized to Fujitora when he informed him about Donquixote Doflamingo 's false resignation from the Shichibukai.

He demanded that Fujitora does his job and to kill Luffy and Law, threatening to make sure no marine base will allow him in until the task was done. Fujitora, who was disgusted at the actions of the Marines until now - including but not limited to the World Government attempting to give credit to the Marines for Crocodile's defeat and turning a blind eye to Doflamingo's actions in Dressrosa - told Sakazuki that he was honored to fulfill his orders.

Fujitora also seems to be close to Smoker, who also shares his belief that the Shichibukai system should be abolished.

Smoker and Tashigi praised Fujitora for not allowing the incident with Doflamingo in Dressrosa to be covered up, like it was with Crocodile in Alabasta.

Fujitora and Sengoku seem to be amiable towards each other. Sengoku reveals he knows Fujitora purposely allowed Luffy and Law to escape and defeated the pirates menacing them. He chooses not to report it and notes Sakazuki would forgive him if he apologized.

He respects Fujitora's refusal to heed his advice and seems to be amused when the Admiral goes to Mary Geoise despite Sakazuki's outrage. Fujitora and Ryokugyu appear to be on good terms as Ryokugyu disregarded Sakazuki's orders to drive Fujitora out of Mary Geoise and instead had a friendly conversation with his fellow admiral.

Despite technically being a servant of the government, Fujitora utterly despises the World Government and their actions.

This was made apparent during Doflamingo's Birdcage game, as Fujitora noted how the government continues to ignore the citizen's cries when they are truly in trouble and that if he, a Marine admiral, arrests Doflamingo, then the government could cover the ordeal like they did in Alabasta. This action utterly infuriated the Five Elders and Fleet Admiral Sakazuki and put Fujitora's title as admiral on the line.

Despite the fact that the Shichibukai are on the World Government's side, Fujitora, like Smoker, believed that the Shichibukai are nothing more than pirates who cannot be trusted and is willing to abolish the Shichibukai's system, [9] which came into fruition. As a marine, he views pirates as enemies, although he is more flexible than most marines and is able to look past them and see their good qualities.

He was willing to acknowledge Luffy's character for his help with the swindlers, and felt obligated to fight him because he considered it "biting the hand that feeds him". However, he puts the civilians' safety above the pirates' arrest. When he realized that he was being cheated by some of Doflamingo's underlings, he quickly took care of them. Despite being enemies, Luffy helped Fujitora when Doflamingo's thugs were cheating due to his blindness and thanked Luffy for his kindness.

However, during Doflamingo's Birdcage game, Fujitora was going to hinder Luffy and his allies from reaching Doflamingo, but he was stopped by Sabo. He then allowed Luffy to defeat Doflamingo. When Fujitora attempted to drop the rubble on Luffy, he was stopped by the cheering citizens of Dressrosa and decided to let Luffy go. Seeing how the citizens tried to help Luffy, Fujitora smiled and admitted that he should not have blinded himself because he wanted to see what Luffy's face looks like.

When Doflamingo's business associates attempted to kill Luffy, Fujitora dropped the rubble on the enemy fleet as a farewell gift for Luffy and thanked him for cleaning up the World Government's mess. Despite having been sent to help him, Fujitora was very mistrustful of Doflamingo, having heard rumors of Doflamingo's illegal activities which contributed to his desire to end the Shichibukai system.

He made it clear to Doflamingo that he was helping him in order to protect Dressrosa, namely its citizens, from Luffy and Law rather than out of a desire to help the Shichibukai himself. When he and Doflamingo confronted Law, Fujitora showed little regard for Doflamingo when he called down a meteor onto the scene, and he openly talked about Doflamingo's suspicious activities and his own desire to end the Shichibukai system, which annoyed the Shichibukai and even caused him to attack the admiral once.

Although Fujitora is an admiral, Doflamingo was cocky around him, expecting Fujitora to help him against Luffy and Law no matter the situation and even believing that he could dispose of the admiral once he trapped everyone in the Birdcage.

When Doflamingo's illegal activities were eventually put on full display, Fujitora did not go after the Shichibukai, as he did not want the World Government to fix a problem that they themselves had created. He went after Doflamingo's enemies for a brief period of time during this, but later stopped going after Luffy and Law and bet on them to stop Doflamingo.

Once Doflamingo was defeated, Fujitora had the Shichibukai arrested immediately. Due to being an officer in the Marines, he is an enemy of the Revolutionary Army. As such, he and his battalion engaged Sabo when he impeded their capture of Luffy. He personally clashed with Dragon's second-in-command. Despite this opposition, he confesses to Sabo it is not possible for the Marines to stop Doflamingo, and leaves the Heavenly Demon's defeat to the pirates.

However, they later have another confrontation at the Levely when Sabo and his comrades attempted to rescue Bartholomew Kuma from his enslavement by the World Nobles. Fujitora has a great respect for King Riku and made the same bet as him. After Doflamingo's defeat, Fujitora told him not to take responsibility and bowed down towards him to apologized for the World Government allowing a vicious pirate to become one of the Shichibukai and take over Dressrosa.

Riku asked Fujitora raise his head until he found out the reason Fujitora couldn't attack Doflamingo at the palace. Fujitora claimed this is not the Marines' victory.

They apparently have maintained cordial relations as Issho requested to have a private conversation with him before the Levely commences. In terms of combat strength, Fujitora is considered to be one of the strongest fighters within the entire World Government structure, as an admiral is considered the "Greatest Military Power".

Fujitora is at least strong enough to have Sakazuki's confidence in dealing with both Monkey D. Despite being blind, Fujitora has proven to be able to handle himself extremely well in battle, as he was still able to perfectly time his defense against the meteor he summoned and deflected it without a problem.

According to Doflamingo, Fujitora and Ryokugyu are two very formidable and venerable beasts within the Marines. Luffy , when the latter watched his fight against Doflamingo's thugs.

A testament to his fighting skills was that he was able to fight against Sabo, the chief of staff of the Revolutionary Army to a standstill and emerge without a scratch on him. This is a noteworthy feat given his opponent recently acquired a Logia class fruit before their fight, and it is also notable since Sabo had defeated Jesus Burgess without sustaining any injury after nearly killing one of the Yonko 's highest ranking subordinates with ease.

As an admiral, Fujitora has command over the many thousands of soldiers ranked lower than him, his status being second highest within the entire Marine organization, just below Fleet Admiral Sakazuki. He also has the power to initiate a Buster Call on any island he deems to be a threat, as well as grant lower ranking World Government agents such a privilege. As an admiral, he has the authority to revoke a Shichibukai's title. Befitting his massive frame, Fujitora possesses immense physical strength and fortitude, as shown when he was able to defend against and repel extremely powerful attacks from Zoro and Luffy without visible effort.

Fujitora is also incredibly resilient, having guarded from a Haki-imbued Gear Third Punch from Luffy without the use of his own Haki while taking no damage. Fujitora has great reflexes, and combined with his skill in Kenbunshoku Haki, Fujitora could swiftly defend against an unexpected kick from Doflamingo without any effort.

In the anime, he was able to detect and stop Doflamingo's Parasite string before it could take control of him while casually sitting down, while most people easily fell victim to the same attack. He appears to have excellent hearing, as he was able to hear lightning from Nami 's Clima-Tact while she was far away from his position, something that Doflamingo wasn't able to detect. He also stated that he is able to sense the movement of clouds. In the anime, Fujitora is also shown to be very good at gambling, having won many games in roulette before the owners started to cheat him out of his money.

In roulette, he seems to be relying on his sharp hearing and sense of gravity to predict the outcome. The only reason he was losing was because he was being cheated by thugs who were taking advantage of his blindness. While other admirals have been shown to mostly rely on their Devil Fruit abilities in battle, Fujitora wields a shikomizue a cane sword in tandem with his Devil Fruit ability.

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