Warning: Contains spoilers for chapter #1099 of One Piece.
Vegapunk’s true colors and personality are revealed in Chapter #1099 of One Piece, showing that he may not be as innocent as he appears. Vegapunk shows his greed and evil when he tries to blackmail Kuma by offering to create clones with his blood, demonstrating his lack of ethics and responsibility. This incident highlights Vegapunk’s lack of responsibility for the devastating consequences of his inventions, such as the Mother Flame, and suggests that he may be a more complex character than portrayed. initial description.
A piece just revealed True Vegapunk color and personality, and maybe he’s not as innocent as he seems. The latest chapter reveals a new side of Dr. Vegapunk that has thus far gone unnoticed thanks to the existence of various satellites and his personality traits split between them. In fact, Vegapunk may actually be the mad scientist he was said to be before Egghead’s formal introduction.
Chapter #1099 of One Piece explores the insidious nature of Vegapunk as he tries to blackmail Kuma in exchange for healing Bonney’s wounds. about her illness. Vegapunk displays traits in York and Lilith’s personalities when he asks Kuma to allow him to create clones using his unique Buccaneer blood as payment, knowing full well that he does not have money.
Vegapunk’s choice to exploit Kuma’s weakness for his own benefit and for the sake of innovation is quite a shock given his current holier-than-thou behavior. Having said that, this incident draws attention to Vegapunk’s lack of ethics or responsibility when it comes to scientific advancement and the use of his inventions.
Vegapunk is evil because he takes no responsibility for his inventions
Chapter #1099 reveals that Saint Saturn heard the conversation between Vegapunk and Kuma and had every intention of turning Kuma’s clones into the destructive weapons they later became. Many of Vegapunk’s inventions, such as the Seraphim, Pacifista and especially the Mother Flame, have caused great damage in the world of One Piece. However, Vegapunk seems to have no accountability for the damage caused. He seems blissfully unaware that his work is sponsored by the World Government, and thus his inventions will inevitably be exploited for tyrannical purposes.
The Mother Flame alone could wipe out an entire island from existence in a matter of moments. While Vegapunk seems unaware of Lulusia’s destruction, given his approach to similar moral concerns in the past, he likely wouldn’t blink. Most notably, in Chapter #1067, when Jinbe raises concerns about Punk Records creating conflicting ideologies if shared with the world, Dr. Vegapunk simply states that science will It’s impossible to make progress if you’re held back by those worries. As it was, he wasn’t worried about the World Government using its invincible robot soldiers.
Dr. Vegapunk personifies the risks of unethical science
Vegapunk thus embodies the risks of “unlimited scientific progress,” a popular theme in science fiction literature and a pressing real-world concern. Overall, while not exactly a cliche evil scientist, Vegapunk is certainly not innocent, despite his humble and grandfatherly appearance. More importantly, the incident with Kuma is further proof that Vegapunk truly possesses the personality traits of his satellites, including York’s greed and Lilith’s evil. So, Vegapunk can be a much more complex character in comparison A piece initially let.
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Created by: Eiichiro Oda
First movie: One Piece: The Movie
First TV show: A piece
Cast: Kazuya Nakai,Akemi Okamura,Kappei Yamaguchi,Hiroaki Hirata,Ikue Ôtani,Yuriko Yamaguchi
Figure): Monkey D. Luffy, Roronora Zoro, Nami (One Piece), Nico Robin, Usopp (One Piece), Vinsmoke Sanji, Tony Tony Chopper, Franky (One Piece), Jimbei (One Piece)
Video games): One Piece: World Unlimited RED, One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3, One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4, One Piece: World Seeker, One Piece Odyssey