Mocha especially proved to be a very brave and strong young girl.
Chimney and Gonbe were fun characters, though people generally seem to like them alright.
The Usopp Pirates were totally fine as characters, and even proved useful.
Rika performed her role, then was gone. Don't see what's to complain about her.
Don't even remember Chabo.
I remember Aisa annoying me a little bit a couple times, but for the most part she was fine.
Momo will probably play a bigger role later, so I'll wait and see on that. Can't say I'm too fond of him right now, though.
This is pretty much how I feel about everyone, too. I didn't remember Chabo's name either, and actually had to look it up, lol; that's why I said that he's debatable.@King:
Are you counting Sugar on this?
What about the kid versions of the Straw Hats and Law?
Hmm, Sugar's tough because she looks ten when she's really 22. I suppose since there are a couple of other debatable characters up there, I'll add her, too.
As for Straw Hats + Law, my line of thinking when I made this thread was more for characters who are kids in the present time and interact with the Straw Hats on their adventures. Sadly, I guess that's not very clear from the thread name, which probably would've ended up too long and convoluted if I had tried to clarify that.
Still, I don't mind hearing what other people think about the kid versions of Straw Hats and close friends. We didn't see the childhoods of Brook and Jimbei, but for me, the other eight Straw Hats + Law (and maybe Vivi too) all had tragic enough childhoods that I can forgive their more negative traits. Sure, Franky was kind of a brat, but his parents abandoned him. Sure, Vivi was a little too naive and pacifistic, but she obviously lost her mom at some point and watched her best friend almost get killed protecting her from people who wanted to kidnap her. Yeah, Law was a dick and very creepy as a child (pre-Rocinante therapy), but he'd seen some horribly fucked up shit. And Nami's words to Bellemere were really horrible, but actually, I can totally imagine a ten-year-old girl who'd been adopted into poverty and had to constantly watch her mom struggle to make ends meet having that kind of fight with their parent in real life. Since we know how they all turned out in the end, I think that, for the most part, if you like their adult versions, you'll probably at least accept their child versions, and if you hate the present-day character, you'll probably hate their child self, too.