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Edit Doflamingo has immense arrogance, pride, and a carefree attitude. He seems to have a penchant for dramatic phrasing, as well as a habit of exaggerated posing when giving declarations. He fears few people, as he openly taunts Fleet Admiral Sengoku, sits on the table during the Shichibukai meetings and shows only gleeful interest at the thought of warring with Whitebeard.
He does, however, dislike it when people take rumors and speak them as facts, and does not cave into such prejudice from such false rumors, as seen when he grew irritated when Jora stated the incorrect belief that Amber Lead Syndrome was contagious.
Go and lay the groundwork. A world where only true pirates can survive will soon be upon us. Those without power, flee while you can. The tide will bring those of unmatched power and the New Age will begin!
He also has a habit of sitting in strange positions, like on the back of chairs, on tables,  on barrels,  and even on a pile of bodies in the middle of a war zone  and on top of a wall. Prior to the timeskip, Doflamingo has a complete and utter lack of fear and doubt, going as far as to rob the World Nobles of their tributes, so he could blackmail the government.
Only on rare occasions does he let go of his trademark smile, such as frowning in annoyance at being summoned to Mariejoissurprised when Laffitte arrived unannounced and unnoticed until he made his presence known,  and when Little Oars Jr. However, these moments were short-lived, as Doflamingo would usually just grin again.
Doflamingo learned pain and hunger for the first time in his life and such events have left him suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder even up to age 25, causing him to have nightmares of the torture and waking up in fear and drenched in sweat. To cope with it, he drank copious amounts of alcohol.
Two years after the Battle of Marinefordhe would continue to maintain his confident smile while everything was under control.
However, when Law defeated Vergo and threatened the SAD supply, and even mocked him for his lack of fear and doubt as signs of overconfidence, Doflamingo finally expressed true anger and worry.
Upon finally losing control over Dressrosa, Doflamingo succumbed to fear, despair, and fury. While discussing with Law about how his father abandoned the status of the Celestial Dragons and how he was setback from acquiring eternal life, Doflamingo became more and more frustrated as he relived the past.
Due to his belief in this "New Age", Doflamingo seems to lose interest in other things easily, as seen with his leadership of the Bellamy Pirates  and the ownership of the Human Auctioning House. During the battle of Marineford, all of Doflamingo's confrontations had been for the sake of personal amusement, hinting at a sadistic side, such as when he is seen laughing joyfully after severing Oars Jr.
He also believes in the existence of an inherent cruelty in all human beings regardless of personality that is brought by the excitement of seeing blood and death.
Doflamingo has proven himself to be an underhanded businessman, as he has no intention of parting with certain goods despite placing them up for sell or prize, such as the Mera Mera no Mi and Goru Goru no Miand would be furious should these goods fall into outside hands.
He does not have much respect for people he considers weak, and desires to only associate himself with the strong, being quick to cast aside the weak. Though he could not care less for weaker people, he does seem to have some interest in improving them if possible, as he will point out their flaws and occasionally give them second chances to please him.
Despite his apathy for the weak, he often seems to make alliances with promising rookies. He adopted Trafalgar Law, Buffalo, and Baby 5 into his crew and apparently did it very early on their journeys, and treated Law and Baby 5 as though they were his younger siblings;  It is extremely difficult to join his crew, as most people, especially children, were chased off.
Despite his loyalty, compassion, duty, camaraderie and devotion to his crew, he can still be annoyed by their antics; such as Trebol being too close while chatting with him, as evidenced by his irritated frown.
You people were born as lowly trash, destined to be controlled!! You humans and I are completely different!
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He also had a habit of ending his sentences with "eh" as a result of being around Celestial Dragons who spoke with this speech pattern, which eventually disappeared when he was brought out of that atmosphere and his ties and values from his former life were slowly broken.
Even after his father took him away from such a life of luxury, Doflamingo clung onto his heritage, believing he still has the rights of his lost origins, complaining that he did not want to live inside a rundown shack despite being hunted,  and resents his father to this day for taking it all away from him.
Doflamingo's arrogance stems from his heritage and he hypocritically states that what he despises the most is being looked down upon, while looking down on the world of commoners that he has been condemned to living in to this day. He believes that his suffering from his father's choice is greater than anything anyone else has suffered, deeming those instances as child's play comparing to his own miserable childhood.
As he suffered hunger, pain and persecution, however, Doflamingo's knowledge matured, allowing him to understand what true suffering humanity goes through first hand — though unlike his father and brother, Doflamingo in no way sympathized with the commoners' anguish nor feel any regret for them, and instead swore vengeance against all of them for daring to bring pain onto him, all the while his sadistic nature makes even more people suffer for many years to come: Doflamingo has an unbreakable will to survive with pride, refusing to plea or die even when citizens tortured him in a failed attempt to break him, while swearing aloud to live through it to kill everyone in revenge; compared to how Homing and Rosinante were begging for mercy, Doflamingo's willpower utterly horrified his father, brother and the torturers alike.
For this, he was prepared to force his brother, Rosinante, to eat it unaware that Rosinante already possessed another power and then order Rosinante to give up his life in exchange for giving Doflamingo eternal life, knowing that even though Rosinante is a traitor, he still could not reject his orders.
As a former Celestial Dragon who remains fanatical with the associated privileges and history, Doflamingo has an innate fear for those who bear the middle initial "D. Rosinante believed that this alone made Law in danger of being anywhere near his older brother, and that if Doflamingo should find out, he would kill Law.Collection of aphorisms,famous film quotes and phrases.
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