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Luffy’s Dressrosa Quest: Toppling Tyranny in the Colosseum of Champions

Courage Unleashed: Follow Luffy’s Daring Battle for Freedom in Dressrosa

The Dressrosa arc is set in the island nation of Dressrosa, the country of love, passion and toys, which is ruled by Donquixote Doflamingo, the evil Warlord of the Sea. Dressrosa is one of the biggest arcs In One Piece. The story starts when the Straw Hat Pirates, under the command of Monkey D. Luffy, reach Dressrosa in search of Trafalgar Law, a friend who had previously forged an alliance with them. 

It is revealed that Dressrosa is a corrupt and oppressive country, and that Doflamingo controls it behind the scenes. Throughout the storyline, Luffy and his group are drawn into Dressrosa’s political unrest in their quest to overthrow Doflamingo and free the kingdom. They come into contact with a variety of allies and adversaries, such as the Marines under Admiral Fujitora, the Tontatta Tribe, and the Colosseum combatants.

Feel like Luffy

Luffy’s brother, Ace, dies just before the Dressrosa arc, which makes it all quite emotional as well. Luffy’s personality remains the same, but he is seen to get more mentally and emotionally mature. His fearlessness and determination is showcased as he navigates the challenges of the island. Luffy’s personality is something to be really looked up to, something that we could embody as well;

  • Fearlessness: Luffy shows absolutely no hesitation to stand up against injustice. He fights fearlessly and courageously for what he believes in. If you notice something around you that is not okay, or someone in trouble, make sure you stand up for what is right.
  • Compassion: Our goofy and reckless Luffy, exhibits compassion and empathy toward the oppressed citizens of Dressrosa. He cared about the welfare of others and was willing to put himself in danger to protect others. We can learn from Luffy to be more understanding and warm-hearted, to help those who need to be helped.

The cosplay

The Dressrosa arc shows Luffy wearing a dark blue short-sleeved shirt with sunflowers over it, along with blue shorts and his signature straw hat and sandals. His forearms are covered in bandages. This outfit perfectly captures Luffy’s casual and carefree style suited well for the adventures on the island of Dressrosa. The shorts and waistband are a part of the OG Luffy outfit which you can reuse here! However, if you don’t have them, you can get them here. This includes the entire OG outfit, so maybe you could dress up as good ol’ Luffy next time! Luffy’s signature straw hat can definitely not be missed. It is a simple hat, but it personalizes Luffy very well. It was given to Luffy by Shanks, the man that Luffy considered to be his role model, his childhood hero.

Moving on to the most vital part of the outfit – The Shirt! The best part about the shirt is that it can be worn outside on a hot, summer day as well or maybe when you’re at the beach! It is a short sleeved shirt with sunflowers on it. Find the entire outfit here, along with the waistband, shorts and shirt. However, if you’re looking for the shirt only, here are are a few sites to shop from;
Luffy’s Sunflower Shirt Amazon
Luffy’s Sunflower Shirt Anime Ape
Luffy’s Sunflower Shirt Teemoonley

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Say it on the stage

I can’t stand here anymore because I’m suffocating
息が詰まるからもうここに立っていられない

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Written by Zahra Farooqui

If not found writing an article, Zahra can be found stopping to pet every single street cat, brewing some coffee, listening to Kun Faya Kun, pondering existentialism or bawling her eyes out to Fleabag. She won't be found finishing her law assignments, something she's actually supposed to be doing.

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