As a Marine, Lego wears a standard Marine's clothing with a blue ascot around the neck. Lego has a scruffy mustache and beard.
Lego was once afraid of Commander Governor, as he threatened to court martial him if he were to refuse his orders. However, in the end, he stands up to Governor and refuses to acknowledge Governor as a commanding officer.
Sky Island SagaEdit
Protect! The Last Great PerformanceEdit
Lego was sent to arrest Randolph during his play.
When the Straw Hat Pirates protect Randolph's Troupe, as to allow them to finish their play, he reports to Governor that it was Monkey D. Luffy, a pirate with a 100,000,000 bounty, leading the defense.
Lego is last seen abandoning Governor with four other Marines, commenting on how Governor has no right to be a Marine Commander.
Translation and Dub IssuesEdit
The credits state his name and rank. However, the credits call him Captain Lego (レゴ隊長 Rego Taichō?). However, his rank (隊長 Taichō, "captain" or "commander") is not a rank among the Marines. His rank and his role in the special more likely places his rank as a squad leader (分隊長 Bun taichō), which explains why he is referred to "隊長 Taichō". Considering his uniform, he lacks the standard Marine cloak of commissioned officers; which implies that he is not a commissioned officer, but is a Marine of some authority within the infantry division. The only type of "taichō" that is not a commissioned officer is a squad leader (分隊長 Bun taichō). This rank is roughly equivalent to a chief petty officer (軍曹 Gunsō) Of course, the term "taicho" can also mean "leader", which seems to show that the other four deserters are referring to him as their personal leader.
- ↑ One Piece Anime — Episode Special 3, Lego abandons Governor.
- ↑ https://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E9%83%A8%E9%9A%8A.