Sabo Funko POP, Funko POPS & One Piece Funko POPS, Sabo the Chief of Staff of the Revolutionary Army

Sabo Funko POP, Funko POPS & One Piece Funko POPS, Sabo the Chief of Staff of the Revolutionary Army

Sabo the Chief of Staff of the Revolutionary Army Funko POP

From One Piece, Sabo of the Revolutionary Army, as a stylized Funko POP. Sabo is the Revolutionary Army’s chief of staff, recognized as the No. 2 of the entire organization outranked only by Supreme Commander Monkey D. Dragon. He is also the sworn brother of the notorious pirates Monkey D. Luffy and the late Portgas D. Ace. Raised in nobility by Outlook III and Didit in the Goa Kingdom, Sabo ran away at the age of 10 with the intention of becoming a pirate and writing a book about his travels, and met Ace and Luffy while living as a vagabond in Gray Terminal. He tried to set sail just a few months afterward to get away from his family, but had his ship destroyed by the World Noble Saint Jalmack. He was saved by Dragon but lost his memory in the process, and so devoted his life to the service of the Revolutionary Army. However, his memories would return 10 years later after hearing about Ace’s death. 2 years after regaining his memories, Sabo would reunite with Luffy and also carry Ace’s legacy by consuming his Devil Fruit, the Mera Mera no Mi. He acts as an ally of Luffy during the Dressrosa Arc, as well as the movies One Piece Film: Gold and One Piece: Stampede. As the Chief of Staff of the Revolutionary Army, Sabo has command over all lower ranking members and answers only to the leader himself. His bounty of Beli 602,000,000 proves that the World Government views him as an extremely dangerous threat. According to Ace, who initally planned for Sabo to become his navigator, Sabo also has some experience in navigation.


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