Along with Nico Robin, Nami is one of the smartest of the Straw Hats and the third smartest character in the East Blue, according to Oda (the first is Benn Beckman of the Red Hair Pirates, the 2nd being Captain Kuro).She is often seen reading a book in between chapters.Shockingly, it emerged last October that cash-strapped health boards have stopped offering the devices to those with mild hearing loss for the first time since the NHS was formed — advising patients to lip read instead.
At the beginning of the series, Nami despised all pirates.
She viewed them as universally evil after losing someone close to her to pirates, only changing her mind after she met Luffy (although Nami still reminds Luffy that not all pirates are like him).
Related to I Just Want to Be Beautiful for when the character misses their old beauty.
; Really 700 Years Old; and I Was Quite a Fashion Victim.
To this end, she is in complete horror whenever the rest of the crew wastes money or passes up an opportunity to get it.
Her desire for money is such that she attempted to seduce an eight years old boy once discovering his wealthy heritage (although this was more of a brief joke-like manner).1,000,000,000 deal with Igaram for protecting Vivi for the latter's sake after Baroque Works was beaten (although she was upset about it and complained later), as well as willingly giving treasure to Lola and preparing to spend 200,000,000 worth of treasure (which they stole from Thriller Bark) to rescue Keimi from slavery.
Occasionally this can lead to them recruiting a sidekick or other ally. When the person looks vulnerable due to chronological endowment, it's Never Mess with Granny. I've won and lost a dozen fortunes, KILLED MANY MEN and loved only one woman with a passion a FLEA like you could never begin to understand. People jump out at them from behind a rock then say things like, "Oh. I thought you were someone else." If you accost a barefoot laborer digging in the mud of a turnip field and stained glass golems suddenly lurch out of nearby sheds or the columns of a barn come to life, and gemstones float out of the man's pockets to circle his head and spit lightning at you -- well, you've found one of those fabled jewelers of Irl...
When a Video Game character does this, it's often due to Suicidal Overconfidence. Please note: the trope need not include actual mugging (though it is a popular method). The most interesting -- or bizarre, take your pick -- story was told by an acquaintance with whom I took a defensive pistol course.
I had an image of myself as a young, confident, 60-something woman with a successful career and responsibilities.