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"Corazon" redirects here. For the previous holder of the title, see Vergo.

Donquixote Rosinante[10][3] was formerly a World Noble of the Donquixote Family descent,[6] as the second son of Donquixote Homing and the younger brother of Donquixote Doflamingo.[11][10] After his family lost their status as Celestial Dragons and became pariahs, Rosinante became an Elite Officer of the Donquixote Pirates, serving under Doflamingo under the codename Corazon[12][13][5].

The truth, however, was that he was a Marine Commander, working undercover in order to stop Doflamingo.[3] He was found out by the former Corazon, Vergo,[14] and was executed by Doflamingo 13 years ago.[15]


Rosinante was a tall man (standing just below his brother at 293 cm) as a 10-year old Trafalgar Law was not able to reach his waist; in adulthood, he was a comparable height to his older brother Doflamingo (who stands 305 cm). He had golden-blonde hair, fair skin, and sharp, reddish-brown eyes. He was seen wearing a dark red hood from which two heart-like shapes hang from, a pair of beige jeans (white in the anime), a dark purple feather mantle much like his brother and a white shirt with pink hearts printed all over it. He also wears mismatched shoes. His hair was styled longer than his brother's, as it came close to his eyes. Rosinante had tattoos (or makeup) over his eyes and mouth.[16] He was also seen wearing sunglasses, though he did away with these upon his six-months journey with Law. 

During his childhood, Rosinante had his hair in an unkempt fashion, covering his eyes. Prior to leaving Mariejois, he wore the typical garb of the Celestial Dragons, and had his hair in the same style as his older compatriots. After leaving, his hairstyle changed and he had wardrobe consisted of simple yet fine clothes with a frilled cravat that became very ragged due to the uneasy lifestyle he had to endure. Suffering from torture at the hands of the locals who hated the Celestial Dragons, as well as other battles, left scars and stitches all over his body. Upon joining the Marines, Rosinante wore the standard cadet uniform, minus the makeup/tattoos he has when working as a spy.[10]


Donquixote Rosinante Digital Colored Manga
Rosinante's appearance in the digitally colored chapters.
Donquixote Rosinante Portrait
Rosinante's face up close, without his sunglasses.
Donquixote Rosinante at Age 6
Rosinante at age 6 in the anime.
Donquixote Rosinante at Age 8
Rosinante at age 8.
Donquixote Rosinante as a Marine
Rosinante's Marine registry profile.
Rosinante as a Young Marine
Rosinante hidden amongst the depiction of young Marine recruits.
Donquixote Rosinante Anime Concept Art
Rosinante's concept appearance for the anime.


When Trafalgar Law first met with Rosinante, Rosinante was noted for hating kids, especially when Baby 5 and Buffalo played practical jokes on him, such as making him slip upon passing through the doorway or giving him scalding tea that burned his tongue, resulting in his abusive behavior towards them. In fact, the first thing that Rosinante did to Law was to grab him and throw him out the window.[16] This was actually part of an act, however, as it was his duty as a Marine to dissuade children from joining the crew, which he failed with Baby 5, Buffalo, Dellinger and Law.[13]

There's no way you can shoot me, you are too much like father.
— Donquixote Doflamingo.[17]

Despite his outward behavior of a violent man who dislikes children, he genuinely inherited his father's kindness (something Doflamingo himself admits[17]) believing that his elder brother is a monster born evil and only acted crude to children in the hopes of driving them away from following Doflamingo.[13] He cared deeply for his birth family as he wept for his mother's death and cried when his brother was shot with an arrow.[10] From his kindness, he did not possess any manners of a typical Celestial Dragon, and saw it his duty to stop his brother's madness, a sense of justice that led him to join the Marines as an undercover spy.[13] Because of this, Rosinante was shown to be forgiving since he did not hold any grudge against Law for stabbing him in the back and even kept quiet about his transgression. When Law revealed his true name, he showed genuine concern and worry, even warning him about the danger that he was in.[10] He was capable of compassion as he went as far as to go out of his way with both his brother and the Marines to take Law throughout the North Blue to find a doctor to cure the boy's disease and flew into violent rages whenever the doctors cave into prejudice on their incorrect belief that Law was a walking contagious disease who should not have survived the extermination of Flevance.[13] Despite his extreme methods due to his empathy and courage he appears to follow his own ideals instead of adhering to the Marines' doctrine of Absolute Justice.

Rosinante's clumsiness

Rosinante claims his clumsiness is an act, but accidentally sets himself on fire.

He was believed to be incapable of speech due to a prior accident and, according to Diamante, was unintelligent and cannot concentrate.[16] However, this was merely a façade and he was fully capable of speaking, as well as perfectly intelligent, playing on how the others perceive him.[13] Upon hearing Law's full name, knowing the importance of the initial "D.", he was forced to break his silence, showing more perception than what his comrades believed.[10]

Although his mutism and dislike for children were mere acts to hide his true self, the one attribute that was genuine was his clumsiness, easily falling for Baby 5 and Buffalo's pranks and constantly tripping himself. He was also seen smoking, though due to his clumsiness, he accidentally set his own cowl aflame every time he tried to light a cigarette.[16][10][13]




Rosinante and Doflamingo Worry About Their Mother

Rosinante and Doflamingo worrying about their mother.

Rosinante did love his parents very much, referring to them as kind, and was rather shocked that his elder brother would come from such generous people.[13] He was desperate to find food to save his mother from her ailing health due to the deplorable household, and wept at her bed when she died from illness. Unlike Doflamingo, Rosinante did not blame their mother's death onto his father,[10] and he cried when Doflamingo shot Homing in the back of the head, desperately attempting to dissuade his brother from doing so.[17]

Donquixote DoflamingoEdit

Rosinante was the biological younger brother of Donquixote Doflamingo, and was an Elite Officer of the Donquixote Pirates.[4] Doflamingo once considered Rosinante to be his precious little brother and was protective of him, saying that he would personally kill anyone who dared harm even a single hair on his body. As with his father and the rest of the Elite Officers, Rosinante referred to his brother as "Doffy".[10]

Meanwhile, Rosinante saw his older brother in a completely different manner, referring to him as a "monster" and "not human" and showing disbelief that his mother and father could have given birth to someone such as him. Rosinante claimed that Doflamingo was born evil, and that his true nature is only known by him and the other Elite Officers. As Doflamingo's younger brother, he felt that it was his responsibility to stop Doflamingo's madness, going as far as deceiving him by pretending to be a loyal member of his crew and lying about being mute.[13] Despite this, Doflamingo knows for a fact that Rosinante inherited their father's kindness, and though surprised that Rosinante would dare point a gun at his direction,[18] knew he would never be able to shoot him no matter what, sentiments that were not shared the other way.[17]

In spite of the fact that they were blood brothers, Doflamingo easily disowned Rosinante from his family the moment his treason was confirmed,[5] and then murdered Rosinante personally; simply showing anger that he is forced to kill his blood-relative once again.[4][17] Years later, Doflamingo admitted to Law that he thought Rosinante as an eyesore and it was to a relief to be rid of him,[18] and that he forgave Rosinante with the embrace of death.[19]


In relation to the Donquixote Pirates, Rosinante did not see them as comrades, so he had no problem hiding his true nature from them. In turn, when they discovered his treason and feigned mutism, they attacked him violently, Gladius in particular threw a rage at him for mocking Doflamingo.[17]

He was, however, concerned with the children in the crew, going as far as beating them in an attempt to scare them off as he could not compromise his true identity by speaking to them.[13]

Trafalgar D. Water LawEdit

Walk, Law. Unnoticed...quietly...far away...far, far away...nothing will bind you anymore...not the iron borders of the White City...nor your shortened lifespan. Nothing will restrict you anymore. You are now...truly free.
— Corazon's final words to Law.[17]

Rosinante's relationship with Trafalgar Law did not start out amiably. During their first meeting, Rosinante seized the young boy by his head and threw him out of a window, due to his dislike for children. In turn, Law had a negative first impression of Rosinante when he fell for Baby 5 and Buffalo's childish pranks so easily and accidentally set himself on fire. Law also swore to kill him for his transgression.[16] This only worsened when Law felt that Rosinante had no right to live because of his clumsiness when his (Law's) own family and friends all died, going as far as to stab the officer from behind.[20] However, Rosinante did not report this in, and simply told Doflamingo that an enemy injured him instead.[10] Rosinante was particularly concerned with Law's nihilistic attitude towards the world, as he compared Law to when Doflamingo was the same age.[21]

Upon hearing Law's full name, he immediately broke his silence and told the child the danger he would be in if he remained close to Doflamingo.[10] He then went as far as to kidnap him in order to find a hospital that could help him treat his Amber Lead Syndrome, only to be demonized for being "contagious", resulting in Rosinante to attack the doctors and burn down the hospitals. Some time later, he lamented Law's tragedy, as he too knew what it is like to lose a family. Law, having overheard this, began to weep, finally having found someone who understands him. Following this their relationship was much more friendly with Law referring to him as "Cora-san" (コラさん Kora-san?) from then on.[22][13]

Corazon eventually succeeded in healing Law's Amber Lead Syndrome by giving him the Ope Ope no Mi, to which Law looked up to him greatly as a result.[4][5] As Rosinante was about to die, he told Law that he loves him. After being shot, Rosinante stubbornly clung to life so Law could escape under the influence of his Devil Fruit. Because of this, when Rosinante was killed by Doflamingo, Law left the Donquixote Pirates[17] and swore revenge at all costs.[23] Considering Rosinante too kind to pull the trigger at Doflamingo, Law decided that he will finish what Rosinante would not do.[24]

When Law tells Sengoku that he is a D. and asks him if he knows anything about it, Sengoku claims that unlike what Law thinks, Rosinante did not sacrifice himself only because he had the carrier of the "D", but because he really loved him.[21]


Diamante considers Rosinante as an unintelligent man who cannot concentrate, and does not hide his opinions, as he bluntly stated his opinions in front of Rosinante. However, he recognizes his talents and respects him as Doflamingo's brother.[16]

Baby 5 and BuffaloEdit

As children, the pair always pulled their share of practical pranks on Rosinante, tripping him upon walking through a doorway and giving him boiling tea that scalded his tongue, which they found very amusing. Corazon, in return, physically abused them, which gave the impression he hated the kids, but was, in fact, trying to scare them away from Doflamingo, showing that he was concerned for their well-being. His attempts were futile though as both Baby 5 and Buffalo remained with the crew to this very day. As with Law, they refer to him as "Cora-san".[16]


Vergo was the predecessor to the codename "Corazon",[13] and was very close to the Donquixote brothers since Doflamingo killed Homing.[17] When Rosinante disappeared at age 8 and then returned 14 years later, neither Doflamingo nor Vergo felt suspicious since Rosinante is Doflamingo's brother. After discovering that his successor is a spy for the Marines, and that he can actually speak, Vergo became incredibly wrathful, and violently attacked Rosinante.[5]

In turn, Rosinante was not aware of what Vergo's secret mission is that led him to abdicate the Heart seat until meeting him on Minion Island, at which point left Rosinante horrified.[5]


Rosinante was well respected within the Marines, having earned the rank of Commander and reporting directly to Admiral Sengoku himself.[3]


Rosinante Meets Sengoku

Rosinante meets Sengoku, and is taken in by him.

After the death of his father, Rosinante met Sengoku, who took him into the Marines.[17] Rosinante appeared to be highly trusted by Sengoku to monitor the Donquixote Pirates' activities in the black market and keeping the numbers from expanding by preventing children from joining.[13] Sengoku saw Rosinante as a son, and was devastated at the report of his death. Knowing that Rosinante lied to him just once in his life regarding to the Minion Island incident, Sengoku conversed with Law to learn how and why Rosinante died, able to get some closure upon learning the circumstances.[21]

Abilities and PowersEdit

Being born in the Donquixote Family, Rosinante was a World Noble, thus granting him political rights and privileges to do almost anything he pleased, as well as near limitless wealth and the ability to summon a Marine Admiral to strike down anyone who offended him. When his father forfeited the status of a World Noble for the family, he lost such privileges.[6][11]

As a former executive officer of the Donquixote Pirates, occupying the Heart seat, Rosinante was undoubtedly a powerful fighter to attain such a rank. He was second-in-command of the many other officers and soldiers of the crew, alongside the other executive officers, and just under Doflamingo himself.[4] His body has scars and stitches riddled over, showing great endurance and durability from withstanding the torture from angry civilians even as a child, and simply sat unflinching for a while after being stabbed deep in the back by Law before tending to the wound later that day.[10] He managed to move and sneak away with Law even after having been shot multiple times and brutally beaten by Vergo, although Vergo made it clear that he was not trying to kill them.[5]

As a Marine Commander he had command over all lower ranking soldiers, but he may have had more authority as he was a double agent who reported directly to an admiral.[3]

Rosinante was noted to be unintelligent and lacking in concentration as well as being very clumsy as he fell for both of Buffalo and Baby 5's pranks and setting his own cape on fire while trying to light a cigarette. However, Diamante stated he was nevertheless talented enough to become an officer, possibly due to his lineage.[16] As with his mutism, it was an act that shows his power of deception, as Rosinante is actually intelligent to deceive his crew on by hiding his true self and Devil Fruit powers in order to spy on them, as well as being aware that anyone with the D initial should not be anywhere near Doflamingo.[10][13] However he was shown to be clumsy anyways, as it is his nature.

Devil FruitEdit

Main article: Nagi Nagi no Mi
Nagi Nagi no Mi Infobox

Rosinante putting up a soundproof barrier.

Rosinante ate the Nagi Nagi no Mi, that granted him the power to create an invisible soundproof field. Anyone inside the field cannot hear the sounds from the outside and vice versa. With this power he could deceive Doflamingo to make him think he was mute, since no one in the Donquixote Pirates knew that he had this ability. The use of this power gave him great advantage on his job of a Marine informant.[13]

The fruit also allowed Rosinante to cancel out all sounds within a certain distance of him, allowing him to do things that would normally immediately attract attention, such as fire cannons and cause explosions. Using this power, he was able to break into a mansion filled with pirates, blow it up, and escape with a Devil Fruit without being noticed.[25]


Rosinante was shown using a bazooka while demonstrating his Devil Fruit ability to Law at Minion Island. Later, he was seen using a flintlock pistol to destroy some lamps at Diez Barrels' hideout. He was also equipped with explosives, which he used against Barrels' crew after obtaining the Ope Ope no Mi.[25] In his final moments, Rosinante aimed the pistol at his brother, though was unable to pull the trigger.[17]




Donquixote Family's Poverty

Rosinante crying over his mother's death.

Rosinante was born as the second son of Donquixote Homing, a member of the World Noble family Donquixote, after the firstborn Donquixote Doflamingo. When Rosinante was 6 years old, the brothers lost their status as World Nobles when their modestly idealistic father abandoned Mariejois in order to live a normal life amongst the commoners.[11]

Doflamingo Kills Homing

Rosinante cries pleadingly in his father's arms as Doflamingo prepares to shoot Homing.

After they moved to an unknown northern country, the citizens learned that the Donquixote Family were no longer World Nobles. They subsequently persecuted the family for all the misery the World Nobles had inflicted onto them and their loved ones. The enraged citizens burned down their manor and forced them to flee. Rosinante and his family then lived in a rundown shack in a junkyard. While living in poverty, their mother died from an illness and Rosinante cried at her deathbed. The remaining three were eventually captured by locals and tortured.[10] Although the three survived, Doflamingo's hatred for such a hellish life reached a boiling point, and two years later, he used the gun gifted by Trebol to kill his father. As Doflamingo prepared to shoot Homing in the head, Rosinante desperately pleaded for his brother to stop, but to no avail.[11][26][27]

Infiltrating the Donquixote PiratesEdit

While Doflamingo took their father's head back to Mariejois, only to be denied reentry, Rosinante went off on his own with a broken heart. He wandered until Admiral Sengoku found him and took him in, and later enlisted in the Marines,[28] rising in ranks as a Commander.[3] After fourteen years, when Doflamingo became a pirate and captain of the Donquixote Pirates specializing in the black market trade (using the codename "Joker"), Rosinante returned to him to monitor his activities and to inform admiral Sengoku. Rosinante simulated to have become mute and became his second-in-command and an Elite Officer alongside Trebol, Pica and Diamante, becoming the "Second Corazon" (2代目コラソン Nidaime Korason?),[5] while the first, Vergo, went abroad. He also ate the Nagi Nagi no Mi, which granted him the ability to seal off sounds, which he did not tell his crew and used it against them instead.[13]

Sixteen years ago, in North Blue at the port town of Spider Miles, Corazon met Trafalgar Law for the first time and the first thing he did was throw him out the window as Diamante stated he hated kids, probably because of the pranks Baby 5 and Buffalo were pulling on him. Law survived the fall and was shocked at Corazon's eccentric behavior, as Corazon was on fire after accidentally setting his feathery mantle ablaze while lighting a cigarette.[16]

Law Stabs Rosinante

Law stabbing Corazon in a fit of rage.

After Law had been with the crew for about a week, Corazon was seen having a meal with the other members of Doflamingo's "family". Even though Law furiously stated outright that he was unafraid of death and swore revenge, disregarding Doflamingo's warning of the blood law, Corazon remained undeterred by Law's threat. Later on while most of the crew was out on a raid, Law stabbed Corazon in the back while the man was reading a newspaper, a transgression witnessed by Buffalo.[20]

Corazon, however, did not report the incident to Doflamingo, instead claiming that he was attacked by an enemy; Buffalo's own silence regarding the incident was due to Law bribing him with ice cream. Over the next two years, Law grew to belong in the Donquixote Family, and presumably developed good relations with Corazon. A year before Law was due to die, Corazon overheard Law telling Buffalo and Baby 5 his real name, Trafalgar D. Water Law. He immediately dragged Law away from them and later revealed that he was capable of speech. He warned Law that he should run away from Doflamingo, saying that he should not be anywhere near him.[10]

He and Law then spoke in private. Corazon revealed that he was never mute and created a soundproof barrier to prevent others from hearing their conversation. He also revealed that his goal all along was to stop Doflamingo's madness. He did not want Law to became a monster like his brother so he once again asked Law to leave the crew. Law refused to do so and Corazon explained to him about the secret name "D" and asked Law to go find a cure for his illness. Instead, Law stated that he would reveal Corazon's secrets to Doflamingo. Corazon tried to stop Law with a kick, but Law managed to trip him and he fell into a garbage bin. Corazon later returned to Doflamingo, expecting doom, but Law decided to keep their conversation secret to repay Corazon for not telling Doflamingo about his transgression.[13]

The Search for a Cure and DeathEdit

Corazon later took Law with him to find a cure for the Amber Lead Syndrome. He then contacted Sengoku, informing him that he was putting his secret mission on hold. In an attempt to help Law, Corazon took him to various hospitals, but everyone they met treated Law with spite and refused to treat him.[13]

Six months later, Corazon lamented on his inability to help Law. He revealed that he felt pity for Law and that he understood Law's suffering during the time he stabbed him. From hereon, the two had a much better relationship of friendship, as Law referred to him as "Cora-san". At that moment, Doflamingo suddenly contacted them via Den Den Mushi.[13]

Corazon answered and Doflamingo inquired on the status of finding a cure for Law's illness. Corazon replied to his questions by tapping his finger on the Den Den Mushi, three times for "yes" and twice for "no". After communicating that they had not made any progress, Doflamingo asked him and Law to come back to the ship, because he had discovered a pirate was selling the Ope Ope no Mi to the Marines and he planned to steal it, shocking Corazon greatly. Doflamingo expressed his desire for Corazon to eat the fruit and heal Law, then hung up.[25]

Corazon rejoiced at the news, because the fruit would be able to save Law's life. However, since he already had a devil fruit and he knew that there was no way he could really return to the Donquixote Pirates, Corazon told Law he would eat the fruit and they would leave the Donquixote Pirates. Corazon also knew that the real reason Doflamingo wanted him to eat the fruit was so Doflamingo could gain eternal life at the cost of his. Corazon then told Law of his plan to go behind Doflamingo's back and steal the Ope Ope no Mi first, then go incognito. Corazon then contacted Admiral Sengoku and asked him about the Ope Ope no Mi. Corazon was told that the trade was scheduled to happen on Rubeck Island in three weeks. Corazon also informed the admiral of Doflamingo's plans and explained that his meeting with Doflamingo would occur on Swallow Island three days before the exchange. Sengoku then planned to ambush the Donquixote Pirates on Swallow Island and instructed Corazon not to go near there. After they finished their discussion, Corazon was horrified to see that Law's sickness started to take a toll on his health and begged him to hang on a little longer.[25]

While sailing through a typhoon, Law reminded Corazon that the World Government was responsible for the destruction of his home and the death of his family. To Law's relief, Corazon told him that he was not a Marine. Corazon and Law then traveled to Minion Island, where the pirate crew who possessed the Ope Ope no Mi was stationed. After leaving Law in a safe place, Corazon began his operation to steal the Devil Fruit. Using his ability to conceal sounds, Corazon stormed through the pirates' base and stole the Ope Ope no Mi. While running from the base with the fruit in his hands, Corazon accidentally tripped and fell down a hill. He then found himself held at gunpoint by several pirates.[25]

Rosinante Force Feeds Law the Ope Ope no Mi

Rosinante force-feeding Law the Ope Ope no Mi.

Corazon managed to escape from the pirates and get back to Law despite his wounds. He then proudly showed Law the Ope Ope no Mi. Law expressed some skepticism at the thought of the fruit being able to heal him. Corazon subsequently lost his patience and force-fed the fruit to Law. After he swallowed it, Corazon expressed relief and collapsed on the ground apparently out of exhaustion, saying that they had outwitted his brother and that Law could be saved. He then requested a favor from Law. Law expressed concern and rolled him over to see that his entire front was riddled with bullets. Law attempted to use his new powers to heal his wounds, but Corazon said that he made a blunder and chuckled at Law's attempt to use his abilities, saying that they don't work like magic. He handed Law a secret letter and asked him to deliver it to the Marines and then return to him so they could leave the island together.[29]

Vergo Attacks Rosinante

Vergo attacks Rosinante.

Law later returned with the Marine officer he had delivered it to, wanting him to heal Corazon. Much to Corazon's shock and horror, the Marine was Vergo. He accidentally revealed that he can speak, and the full danger of the situation came down on him as Vergo read the letter, despite Corazon's pleas, and realized Corazon's treachery towards Doflamingo. Vergo brutally attacked Law and Corazon and then revealed everything to Doflamingo as he and his crew arrived on the island. In spite of his injuries, Corazon managed to escape with Law when Vergo turned away, provoking Doflamingo to use his Birdcage technique to prevent him from escaping with the Ope Ope no Mi, unaware that Law had already eaten it. Corazon realized that his death was inevitable and resigned himself to saving Law. He smiled at Law, saying that he would die with a smile and expressed his hopes that if Law thinks of him when he's gone, he will remember him smiling.[30]

Doflamingo Kills Rosinante

Doflamingo fatally shoots Rosinante.

Shortly after, Rosinante placed Law into a treasure chest and told him to stay hidden in it. He placed a Calm field around the boy so no one could hear him and promised Law that he would survive. Rosinante then allowed himself to be caught to serve as a distraction and the Donquixote Pirates violently attacked him for his treason. When Doflamingo arrived, Rosinante pointed his pistol at him and revealed his Marine rank. He also indirectly apologized to Law for lying about not being a Marine. Doflamingo then demanded the whereabouts of the Ope Ope no Mi and Rosinante revealed that Law already ate it and misinformed him that Law escaped the birdcage safely and was in the custody of the Marines. When Buffalo and Baby 5 informed Doflamingo that they intercepted a transmission saying that Marines took a boy into custody, Rosinante was surprised about the coincidence.[17]

Rosinante Dies

Rosinante dies.

As Doflamingo prepared to go after Law, Rosinante firmly declared that Law would not obey him. In anguish, Doflamingo shot Rosinante multiple times before leaving. Rosinante could not shoot Doflamingo back because he was noted to be very similar to Homing in terms of kindness. As he laid dying, Rosinante made sure to stay alive long enough to make sure that Law escaped undetected under his Devil Fruit power. His dying thought was about Law, reassured that he was saved and that he was free from his sickness and Doflamingo. Rosinante then passed away with a smile.[17]


Doflamingo had reserved the now vacant Heart seat for Law, who he saw as a brother, to succeed, hoping that the young pirate would take the codename as the "Third Corazon" (3代目のコラソン Sandaime no Korason?).[31] But due to Rosinante not being the one to eat the Ope Ope no Mi as intended, Doflamingo decided to force Law, via brainwashing and manipulation (or as Doflamingo puts it, "educating"), to be the one to perform the Perennial Youth Operation in Rosinante's stead.[17]

However, in honor of Rosinante's final wishes and a newborn hatred for Doflamingo, Law left the Donquixote Pirates,[17] leaving the Heart seat vacant,[32] while greatly respecting and looking up to Rosinante for saving his life[22] and swearing to avenge him by destroying Doflamingo.[23]

Over the next 13 years, Law's feelings did not diminish in the slightest; if anything, they only grew stronger. As a tribute to his fallen benefactor, Law created his own crew and named it the Heart Pirates, and made their Jolly Roger similar to Doflamingo's, but without the cancel sign, to remember Corazon as smiling. Law has proved himself willing to go to any lengths necessary to kill Doflamingo since his mentor was too kind to do so,[24] even forming an alliance with the Straw Hat Pirates and using them until he no longer needed them,[23] and plotted to pit Doflamingo against Kaido in the hopes the Yonko would kill him.[4] However, after Doflamingo trapped Dressrosa in his "birdcage", Law decided to switch tactics and challenge Doflamingo head-on, even if it meant facing Kaido's wrath later.[33]

13 years after Rosinante died, his death has been finally avenged when Law's ally, Monkey D. Luffy, defeated Doflamingo[34] and his empire.[35]

Sengoku had raised Rosinante as though he was his own son, and upon the Minion Island incident, where Rosinante died, Sengoku wanted to know the circumstances. Upon Doflamingo's defeat and speaking with Law on the matter, both managed to have some closure, and decided to never forget Donquixote Rosinante as to honor him; Sengoku also told Law not to be bound by self-imagined debts to sully Rosinante's noble actions.[21]

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Translation and Dub IssuesEdit

  • According to his Marine registry profile in the magazine release of the chapter, the name is spelt as "Donquijote Rosinante."[3] The "j" in his family name may be an error, as it clashes with that of Doflamingo's, which has been romanized as "Donquixote Doflamingo" in his introductions[36] and wanted poster,[37] as well as other supplementary materials.[38][39] In one instance, the "j" has since also been used on the crew's sail from thirteen years ago;[40] this has been corrected in a later instance.[41]
    • In the re-release of the chapter in Volume 77, the name on his registry has been corrected, spelling as "Donquixote."
  • In a similar case, the word "Corazon," as it was spelled on Law's back in Chapter 747, is incorrect, since the correct spelling in Spanish is "Corazón," with an accent over the second "o." In Chapter 780, however, it is spelled correctly with the tilde visible, again on Law's back.[42]


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  • Corazón is the Spanish word for "heart", matching the card suit motif of Doflamingo's top executive officers.
  • Rosinante's Marine Code is 01746.[17] When it is read in reverse, it is 6, 4, 7, 10 - Ro, Shi, Na, Ten, or Rosinate.
  • Rocinante was the name of the horse of Don Quixote, protagonist of "El ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha" from Spanish writer Cervantes. This fits the Donquixote motif that their last name has. The word Rocinante in Spanish comes from Rocín, which means low-quality horse. The horse Rocinante is very clumsy, similar to the character.
  • The tattoo under his right eye resembles that of Alex from the 1971 film A Clockwork Orange.
  • In the 5th fan poll, Rosinante ranked 52nd.
  • While the first Corazon, Vergo, is a pirate who worked undercover as a Marine, the second Corazon, Rosinante, is a genuine Marine who worked undercover as a pirate.
  • Rosinante's favorite foods are cabbage, lettuce, and dried plums. He dislikes pizza and also shares Law's dislike of bread.[8]


  1. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 76 Chapter 760 (p. 13) and Episode 699, A younger Rosinante is seen in shadows along with his family.
  2. One Piece AnimeEpisode 686, Rosinante is slightly seen in Law's flashback of him being killed by Doflamingo.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 77 Chapter 764 (p. 14) and Episode 703, Rosinante is revealed to be a Marine Commander.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 75 Chapter 749 (p. 17) and Episode 685, Trafalgar Law speaks of Rosinante's past.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 5.7 5.8 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 77 Chapter 766 (p. 4-17) and Episode 705, Rosinante confronted by Vergo.
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 73 Chapter 723 (p. 10) and Episode 654, Doflamingo explains that he is a former World Noble.
  7. SBS One Piece MangaVol. 77, Rosinante's age at the time of his death is revealed.
  8. 8.0 8.1 SBS One Piece MangaVol. 79, Rosinante's height is revealed.
  9. SBS One Piece MangaVol. 77, Rosinante's birthday is revealed.
  10. 10.00 10.01 10.02 10.03 10.04 10.05 10.06 10.07 10.08 10.09 10.10 10.11 10.12 10.13 10.14 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 76 Chapter 763 (p. 2-17) and Episode 702, Rosinante's past and he speaks with Law regarding his full name.
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 11.3 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 76 Chapter 760 (p. 12-13) and Episode 699, Doflamingo explains the past of his family.
  12. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 73 Chapter 729 (p. 5) and Episode 639, Law's jacket shows the name "Corazon" on the back, above his Jolly Roger.
  13. 13.00 13.01 13.02 13.03 13.04 13.05 13.06 13.07 13.08 13.09 13.10 13.11 13.12 13.13 13.14 13.15 13.16 13.17 13.18 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 77 Chapter 764 and Episode 703, Rosinante's past is revealed.
  14. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 77 Chapter 766 and Episode 705.
  15. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 77 Chapter 767 and Episode 706.
  16. 16.0 16.1 16.2 16.3 16.4 16.5 16.6 16.7 16.8 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 76 Chapter 761 (p. 12-15) and Episode 700, Corazon returns from a mission.
  17. 17.00 17.01 17.02 17.03 17.04 17.05 17.06 17.07 17.08 17.09 17.10 17.11 17.12 17.13 17.14 17.15 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 77 Chapter 767 (p. 5-17) and Episode 706, Doflamingo kills Rosinante.
  18. 18.0 18.1 One Piece Manga — Vol. 78 Chapter 781 (p. 16-17), Doflamingo expresses surprise that Rosinante pointed a gun at him, and called him an annoyance.
  19. One Piece Manga — Vol. 77 Chapter 769 (p. 10), Doflamingo mockingly states he forgave his father and brother.
  20. 20.0 20.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 76 Chapter 762 (p. 16-17) and Episode 701, Law stabs Corazon in the back.
  21. 21.0 21.1 21.2 21.3 One Piece Manga — Vol. 80 Chapter 798 (p. 4-9), Sengoku spoke about Rosinante with Law.
  22. 22.0 22.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 73 Chapter 729 (p. 16-17) and Episode 661, Law mutters "Cora-san" when Doflamingo shot him down.
  23. 23.0 23.1 23.2 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 73 Chapter 724 (p. 19) and Episode 655, Law swears to settle the score from thirteen years ago.
  24. 24.0 24.1 One Piece Manga — Vol. 77 Chapter 768 (p. 3, 15), Law swears to stop Doflamingo in Rosinante's place.
  25. 25.0 25.1 25.2 25.3 25.4 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 77 Chapter 765 (p. 15-17) and Episode 704, Rosinante attacks the Barrels Pirates' hideout for the Ope Ope no Mi.
  26. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 75 Chapter 747 (p. 10) and Episode 683, Doflamingo explains how he lost his parents.
  27. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 77 Chapter 767 (p. 2) and Episode 706, Rosinante recalls his worst trauma.
  28. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 77 Chapter 767 (p. 9) and Episode 706, Rosinante recalls joining the Marines under Sengoku's wing.
  29. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 77 Chapter 766 (p. 3-8) and Episode 705, Rosinante gives Law the Ope Ope no Mi to feed it to him before handing him a secret document.
  30. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 77 Chapter 766 (p. 9-18) and Episode 705, Rosinante is confronted by Vergo before being trapped in Ghost Town along with Law by Doflamingo's Birdcage.
  31. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 76 Chapter 759 (p. 10) and Episode 698, Doflamingo states that Law could have became the third Corazon.
  32. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 70 Chapter 695 (p. 9) and Episode 621, the Heart seat remains vacant after Rosinante's death.
  33. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 75 Chapter 746 (p. 17-18) and Episode 682, Luffy persuades Law to take on Doflamingo head-on.
  34. One Piece Manga — Vol. 79 Chapter 790 (p. 18-19), Luffy defeats Doflamingo, with Law remembering Rosinante's explanation of the "D.".
  35. One Piece Manga — Vol. 79 Chapter 791 (p. 2-17), Doflamingo confirmed to be defeated, and his empire fallen.
  36. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 69 Chapter 682 (p. 4-5) and Episode 608, Doflamingo's romanized name is seen as he appears after the two-year timeskip.
  37. One Piece Manga — Vol. 70 Chapter 699 (p. 16), the "x" is visible in Doflamingo's wanted poster.
  38. One Piece Green: Secret Pieces (p. 338).
  39. One Piece Manga — Vol. 69–75, character profiles at the start of each volume say "Donquixote Doflamingo".
  40. One Piece Manga — Vol. 77 Chapter 765 (p. 4), "Donquijote" is on the head-sail of Doflamingo's ship.
  41. One Piece Manga — Vol. 77 Chapter 767 (p. 17), "Donquixote" is on the head-sail of Doflamingo's ship.
  42. One Piece Manga — Vol. 78 Chapter 780 (p. 6), "Corazón" is spelled with tilde on Law's back.

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Canon: Dalton  •  Tony Tony Chopper  •  Pell  •  Lassoo  •  Miss Merry Christmas  •  Chaka  •  Pierre  •  Rob Lucci  •  Funkfreed  •  Jabra  •  Kaku  •  X Drake  •  Onigumo  •  Boa Sandersonia  •  Boa Marigold  •  Minotaurus  •  Minozebra  •  Minokoala  •  Minorhinoceros  •  Dalmatian  •  Marco  •  Epoida  •  Sengoku  •  Pekoms  •  Minochihuahua  •  Smiley   •  Momonosuke  •  Kabu  •  Bian  •  Sheepshead  •  Jack
Non-Canon: Chiqicheetah  •  Buzz  •  Alpacacino  •  Pato  •  Patrick Redfield
Canon: Smoker  •  Portgas D. Ace   •  Crocodile  •  Enel  •  Kuzan  •  Marshall D. Teach  •  Borsalino  •  Sakazuki  •  Caribou  •  Caesar Clown  •  Monet   •  Sabo
Non-Canon: Honey Queen  •  Gasparde  •  Simon
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