Originally posted by Robin Stjernberg@Jun 28 2005, 12:31 PM
I think Dragon is just like his cover name. Who the hell i named just Dragon? XD
Well Luffy is called Monkey D. so I see no problem with a character being called Dragon.
Ivotas, yeah, but a revolutionist can't just go and say: "Now I want you to just scoot, stop being the WG and do something else instead!", he is probably threathing the WG somehow to make his goals come true. And the WG is probably very afraid of him because the are waiting for him to answer something, and everybody else who oppose them they get rid of in a moment.
I think you focus to much on the word answer as being a response for a question. Actually I take it more that with answer he means something like striking back or the like.
In war for instance one side makes the opening attack and they prepare for the enemies answer. But the answer is not words but pure war. And actually I think that Dragons answer is more of that nature instead of saying "yes" or "no".
Other then that, it has already been established that Dragons idealÂ´s are dangerous to the World Government and that in a couple of years (which means the current time actually) he will be a huge thorn in the eye of the WG. His pure political attitude is a threat to the World Government. We donÂ´t know what his ideals and attitude is but it is directly against the one of the WG and therefore heÂ´s opposing them directly. If he would just not listen to them then he could be classified as a pirate, but saying that heÂ´s an revolutionist means that his aim is to change the political order of the government.
Hence heÂ´s far to dangerous to consider him to be a Shichibukai not to say probably far to dangerous for such a small task.