Outlook III

Outlook III is a anime/manga character in the One Piece franchise
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Outlook III is a noble from the Goa Kingdom who wanted his son Sabo to marry a princess to increase the family status and wealth.


Sabo's Father is a noble and businessman who lived in High Town on Dawn Island. He was a cruel and self-centered man who pressured his own son, Sabo, to study and improve himself so that he could marry a woman of high social standing and could bring him more wealth, power, and status. He and his wife cared nothing for his own child's happiness.


Outlook III is a side character of the series One Piece that was created by Eiichiro Oda. The series first began publication in Shueisha's Weekly Shōnen Jump on August 4, 1997. He was not introduced until the near finale of the Grand Line Saga and has only appeared in flashback.

Sabo's Father first appeared in One Piece Volume 60 CH. 585 " Brothers' Sake Cups", and his first anime appearance was in One Piece - Episode 496"To The Sea Someday! The Pledge of the Three Brats!". His character in the Japanese series is voiced by Cho, under the credited name of 粗忽屋新宿店; and the U.S. dub produced by FUNimation has not announced the English voice actor .

Major Story Arcs

Dawn Island Arc

Sabo's father spots him
Sabo's father spots him

While waling through High Town, he suddenly noticed that his own son, who had run away and thought dead, was running by in the street. He called out to his son in a panic and shock, but Sabo ignored him and ran away into Gray Terminal. He knew where his son was now and found more chance to use Sabo.

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Name: Outlook III
Name: アウトルック3世
Romanji: Autorukku Sansei
Gender: Male
1st manga book: One Piece #60
1st anime episode: One Piece #496
1st anime movie:
Aliases Sabo's Father
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