If you look closely, you will find that Usopp is just that. Counsel the people who will go on. The persuasion of ordinary people is that they will not look back when they run away. Usopp ran away, and then turned around because of his companions. For example, Aaron beat that murloc with a long mouth. Usopp obviously avoided it by pretending to be dead, and finally stood up to fight and defeated the murloc cadre. Alabastan faces the Weasel Man and Mr. 4. When he was about to run, he heard the weasel man mocking Luffy’s dream, his skull was cracked and his body was broken. For the sake of partners, I still turn around and continue to fight. In the sky island chapter, and Sanji go to save Nami. Even in the face of Anilu, he was horrified to die. Also boarded the spaceship of Aini Road. He even wanted to use his deceptive tricks to delay time to save Nami. In the Judicial Island chapter, he has been out of the group and came to the Judicial Island to rescue Robin in the incarnation of the sniper king. Finally, long-range sniping prevented Robin from being taken away. Dressrosa, or Usopp’s daily routine: running. But the end of his run was the battlefield, and finally he saved the world in an unexpected way. If you run away and never look back, then Usopp is really useless. But the real Usopp is always: I am counseled, I am weak, but for the sake of my partner, I will look back, and I dare to go. Since there are so many likes, let me say a few more words. I read the One Piece comics when I was in high school 14 years ago. At that time, the One Piece manga circulated in the class was Go to Sky Island. I watched the comics first, and then watched the animations. Because there are only one or two scenes in the comics, unlike the animation that runs for a few minutes or even one or two episodes. So when I saw Usopp standing up tremblingly for the village, preparing to face it alone, I really admired him. Although we also saw Usopp often talking big words and running away later, he was limited by the comic lens, and there were too many characters. Usopp didn’t get many shots, so it didn’t affect his senses too much. The most condemned by Usopp was probably because of the Meili, who got off the ship and duel with Luffy. There were so many people who scolded him at the beginning. But in hindsight, this is really the best arrangement. Luffy said when he played Bruno in the second gear that he wanted to become stronger in order not to lose any of his partners. Even for Robin, it should be echoed. Usopp and Luffy said when they quarreled that Luffy wanted to abandon the weak and useless companions. Furthermore, if Usopp readily agreed, wouldn’t it be contrary to Luffy? Then, did everyone give up the Meili so easily? If the Meili was completely abandoned at that time, I would not accept it. And if it weren’t for Usopp’s insistence at the beginning, when Judiciary Island finally fled, how could the magic soldier of the Meili descend from the sky, and finally save the Straw Hat regiment. Finally, Usopp is actually not that wasteful. With his mortal body, he can win close combat. It really gave him a long-range sniper opportunity, and he changed a place with a shot, and he could also achieve a beautiful record. It’s a pity that Oda loves to watch him slap in the face, and there is no way.