5 One Piece Marines Who Became Pirates

Marines are the only organization that keeps peace at the seas. Marines soldiers strongly believe in “Absolute Justice”, and can do anything to execute it. However, for some reasons, some Marines left the navy to become pirates. Today I have made a list of all those characters that left the Marines to become Pirates.
Enjoy!

5. X Drake

X Drake was a former Marine Rear Admiral form North Blue. He also wanted to become a Marine, just like his father.

Later, he made his own crew called X Drake Pirates, and has an epithet “Red Flag”. He is also one of the twelve members of the “Worst Generation”.

5 thoughts on “5 One Piece Marines Who Became Pirates

  • January 6, 2017 at 09:28
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    aokiji is not a member of BB pirates…the member of BB pirates is the former warden of impel down.. i think he is also ah former marine/navy

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    • January 6, 2017 at 13:41
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      He’s a member of Blackbeard Pirates. You need to catch up. ☺

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  • January 6, 2017 at 13:55
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    Corazon wasnt technically a pirate

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  • January 6, 2017 at 23:41
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    I just have a question, about X Drake. When we saw Law’s past on Swallow Island he was there, as a young boy. Just a few years older than Law at the time. And his father was the leader/in the gang of the Barrels Pirates that currently had the ope ope no mi! And later on, after Doflamingo had made the birdcage he fled from the bandits, being just outside and the bandits inside.
    So my point being, wasn’t he actually a bandit, or something like that, before he became a marine and lastly a pirate? And I’m aware that he was the boy the marines took in, and Doffy and the family thought that boy was Law. And thus X Drake assumably became a marine before he became a pirate.

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    • January 7, 2017 at 12:27
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      As it stands right now, it seems like yeah he was a bandit. But, he was too young to know what he was doing.

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