Questions & Mysteries What "Kingly ambitions" do AdmiraLs have?

Abusing? It's the minimum I can do to render this a better place 🧐

This guy is an automaton posting the same stuff over and over and over. He did that for years.
Don't talk about automaton as if you aren't one. We've all watched you fall from an obsessed zoro fan to a barely sentient AI. Pls refrain from becoming a twat.
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Admiral itself doesnt seem particularly kingly in general, apart from the meritocratic ranking system in place. Serving wealthy scum doesnt seem kingly, hiding from samurai didnt seem very kingly. Personally i think only akainu has it bc he has motives aside from serving the CD. Possibly aokiji (branching away from the WG)
 
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Finalbeta

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Better than getting your organs melted and half blind, half deaf. :catrude:

All dead, at that. :catblush:
This is what I love about Papazuki: his astounding lethality, but realistically also his crazy personality, he looks such an imposing and intimidating man and definitely one possessing a strong will and that worked hard to get where he is. I wish we had a flashback to understand how he turned an admiral.
 
This is what I love about Papazuki: his astounding lethality, but realistically also his crazy personality, he looks such an imposing and intimidating man and definitely one possessing a strong will and that worked hard to get where he is. I wish we had a flashback to understand how he turned an admiral.
By failing to damage Marco
 
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