Sabo was the child of a noble family in the Gao Kingdom on Dawn Island in the East Blue. His own family treated him as a tool to marry and increase his family's social standing and wealth. Fed up, he ran away to be an orphan in Grey Terminal. His first friend was Ace, and later came Luffy. The three would become closer than any friends and celebrated their brotherhood with three cups of saki.
However, Sabo's father had hired the Bluejam Pirates to force him to return by threatening the lives of Ace and Luffy. Sabo returned to his family home, but discovered not long after that the nobles had planned to burn out all the poor from Grey Terminal with firebombs. He was unable to warn or stop the firebombing, and he didn't know the fate of Ace and Luffy. He still wrote a letter for Ace and had it delivered to Curly Dadan's home.
Longing to finally be free, Sabo set sail on his own, but his boat was shot out of the water by one of the Celestial Dragons in his passing vessel. He was thought to be dead by all who witnessed the attack, but he had been rescued by Monkey D. Dragon, the leader of the Revolutionary Army.
Sabo (サボ, Sabo) is a supporting character in the One Piece series that was created by Eiichiro Oda. The series first began serialization in Shueisha's Weekly Shōnen Jump on August 4, 1997. He first appeared during the Dawn Island Arc that began in Volume 59.
His first appearance was in One Piece Volume 59 CH. 583 "Gray Terminal - The Final Destination of the Uncertainty".
Major Story Arcs
Sabo had been working from the shadows in the Revolutionary Army for years, but he arrived on Dressrosa with Koala just as Luffy and his Straw Hats were attacking Don Quixote Doflamingo's group. He met with him at Corrida Colosseum, and took on his persona of "Lucy" in the tournament to claim Ace's Flame-Flame Fruit.
Powers & Abilities
One Piece (1999)
The One Piece animated series is a direct adaptation of Oda's original manga.. It's produced by TOEI Animation and first began airing in October 20, 1999. Sabo's first anime appearance was in One Piece - Episode 494 "Here Comes Sabo! The Boy at the Gray Terminal!", which aired on April 17, 2011 in Japan. His standard Japanese voice actress is Junko Takeuchi, For the U.S. dub produced by FUNimation has yet to announce a voice actress.