Wikia

One Piece Encyclopedia

King

Talk2
4,024pages on
this wiki
King
Nefertari Cobra Anime Pre Timeskip Infobox
Statistics
Japanese Name:
Romanized Name: Ō
English Name: King
First Appearance: Chapter 131; Episode 79[1]

A King is a male monarchic ruler of a kingdom. In the world of One Piece there are many royal families who control the local governments.

Kings in One PieceEdit

All that I can do is human in nature...
— Words of Nefertari Cobra, King of Alabasta


In the series, there are several kings introduced, portrayed in various manners.

A few fit the stereotypical description of tyrants driven by avarice and cruelty, such as the spoiled Wapol forcing his subjects to beg him for medical treatments while having no political skills, and the king of Goa ordered the burning of the Grey Terminal to clean up his kingdom's image. Such kings are viewed with scorn and disdain by their oppressed subjects, and can even be overthrown.

Others, however, are more benevolent rulers, bearing good intentions for their kingdom, and are willing to sacrifice themselves if necessary. Such examples include Nefertari Cobra and Neptune, both of whom were well beloved by their country.

Donquixote Doflamingo, the king of Dressrosa, is something of a mix between a tyrant and a benevolent ruler. He gains popularity amongst the citizens by conning his way into their hearts with a fraudulent heroic performance and false promises, but secretly enslaves them and erasing memories of their existences for his underground profits. Only upon his true colors being exposed did the entire kingdom attempts to overthrow him, at which point he announces that he should have ruled over them with an iron fist from the beginning.

Despite a king is guarded by their Royal Guards, some kings portrayed within the series are powerful fighters (and even Devil Fruit users) themselves, such as Wapol, Doflamingo, and Elizabello II. Neptune was once a soldier himself, and his sons are also trained in combat and are considered to be their respective kingdom's greatest fighters.

Known KingsEdit

See also the associated category: Kings.
[v · e · ?]
Kings
Wapol Wapol's Father  Nefertari Cobra Thalassa Lucas * Kirin Lion  
Mobambi  King of Lvneel * Dalton Emporio Ivankov Neptune
Donquixote Doflamingo Elizabello II Gancho Riku Dold III 

  •  : the character is deceased.
  •  *: the character's status is unknown. Hovering the symbol may give further details.
  •  : the character is non-canon.
  •  : the character is no longer part of this group. Hovering the symbol may give further details.


Current KingsEdit

Former KingsEdit

  • Wapol's father was ruling when Gol D. Roger was executed. His death led to his son succeeding him. In movie 9, he had another son, Musshuru, as the first prince of the kingdom.
  • There was an unnamed king of Lvneel 400 years before the start of the series.
  • There was an unnamed king in an unknown kingdom 15 years before the start of the series, that traveled to Kamabakka Queendom, and came back as an okama, which tore both their family and the country apart, leading to the prince to turn to piracy.
  • King Riku Dold III was the previous ruler of Dressrosa, until Doflamingo usurped the throne. He was hated by his people, and his granddaughter Rebecca is likewise hated because of her lineage.
  • In the third movie, Kirin Lion was the "Animal King" of Crown Island until his death.

So-Called KingsEdit

  • Hody Jones gave himself the title of king after overthrowing the Ryugu Kingdom.[4]
  • Chopper was thought to be the new king of filler Crown Island until proven wrong.

King as an EpithetEdit

External LinksEdit

  • King - Wikipedia article about the King title.

ReferencesEdit

  1. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 15 Chapter 131 and Episode 79, Wapol, the king of Drum Island, is introduced.
  2. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 22 Chapter 203 (p. 12) and Episode 123, Cobra says his title as the king of Alabasta.
  3. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 73 Chapter 726 (p. 7) and Episode 658, Sai reveals that the king of the Flower Country sent them to Dressrosa to investigate the weapons smuggling operation.
  4. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 64 Chapter 628 (p. 4) and Episode 548, Hody declares himself to be the new king after overthrowing the Ryugu Kingdom.

Site NavigationEdit

Around Wikia's network

Random Wiki