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The One Piece manga and anime series features an extensive cast of characters created by Eiichiro Oda. The series takes place in a fictional universe where vast numbers of pirates, soldiers, revolutionaries, and other adventurers fight each other, using various superhuman and supernatural abilities. The series' storyline follows the adventures of a group of pirates as they search for the series titular treasure.
The main character of the series is Monkey D. Luffy, a young pirate who wishes to succeed Gol D. Roger, the deceased King of the Pirates, by finding his treasure, the "One Piece". During the course of series, Luffy gathers himself a crew of misfits, named the Straw Hat Pirates, so far including the three swords wielding Roronoa Zoro, the master thief and expert navigator Nami, the cowardly marksman and inventor Usopp, the gourmet cook and martial-artist Sanji, the anthropomorphic reindeer and doctor Tony Tony Chopper, the archaeologist Nico Robin, the cyborg shipwright Franky, and the living skeleton musician Brook. Together they sail the seas in pursuit of their dreams, encountering other pirates, bounty hunters, criminal organizations, revolutionaries, secret agents and soldiers of the World Government, and various other friends and foes.
Creation and conception
When drawing One Piece, Eiichiro Oda was heavily influenced by the manga Dragon Ball and had the series in mind when designing his characters. Several characters have been stated to be based on actual people, such as Blackbeard (Marshall D. Teach) and Whitebeard (Edward Newgate) being based on the actual pirate Blackbeard (Edward Teach).ch.474 Some other notable examples includes Roronoa Zoro (François l'Olonnais), Sanji & Zeff (Red Legs Greaves), Jewelry Bonney (Anne Bonny), Scratchmen Apoo (Chui Apoo), Eustass Kidd (William Kidd and Eustace the Monk), X. Drake (Sir Francis Drake), Lafitte (Jean Lafitte), Bartholomew Kuma (Bartholomew Roberts), Captain Morgan (Henry Morgan), Alvida (Awilda), Basil Hawkins (Basil Ringrose and John Hawkins) and Bellamy (Samuel Bellamy).
The Straw Hat Pirates Script error
The protagonists of the One Piece series are part of the Straw Hat Pirates, a crew of pirates founded and captained by Monkey D. Luffy. Starting out with Luffy alone the crew's number grows throughout the series as Luffy keeps recruiting new members. The name of their first ship is Script error"Going Merry" (ゴーイング・メリー号 Gōingu Merī-gō?, renamed "Merry Go" in the English manga and 4Kids dub), however due to severe damage, the Straw Hat Pirates got a new Script errorship called "Thousand Sunny" (サウザンドサニー号 Sauzando Sanī-gō?).
Monkey D. Luffy Script error
Monkey D. Luffy (モンキー・D・ルフィ Monkī D. Rufi?), nicknamed "Straw Hat" Luffy (麦わらのルフィ Mugiwara no Rufi?), is the 17 year-old captain of The Straw Hat Pirates and the main protagonist of the One Piece series. At first, Luffy does not appear to be very intelligent; his apparent lack of intelligence is the source of his brave attitude towards life. Luffy can easily be amazed by the simplest things.If Luffy finds something he doesn't understand, even if someone explained in detail, he calls it a "mystery thing". He is, however, a genius when it comes to fighting. When Luffy's friends' lives are threatened, Luffy goes into an unimaginably, dangerous rage. At the beginning of the series, he accidentally eats a paramecia Devil Fruit called the Gum-Gum Fruit (ゴムゴムの実 Gomu Gomu no Mi?), causing his body to gain the properties of highly stretchable rubber.ch.1 These properties are a result of Oda's desire for the fighting style to be silly, so that no matter how tense a situation gets, the reader can relax without becoming stressed out.
Luffy later learns "Gear Second" (ギア2 (セカンド) Gia Sekando?, renamed "Gear Two" in the English manga and "Second Gear" in the Funimation subs), a technique which increases his blood flow and speed instantly to attack. However, "Gear Second" hacks away Luffy's life force dramatically, increasing a chance of having a much shorter life because he is starving his body, though Luffy rebutles, saying that it doesn't matter as long he saves his friends. After Gear Second wears off, Luffy can recover quickly through replenishing of his nutrient storage.
Later on, Luffy learns how to go beyond "Gear Second" and into "Gear Third" (ギア3 (サード) Gia Sādo?, renamed "Gear Three" in the English manga and "Third Gear" in the Funimation subs). Luffy increases the size of his limbs by biting into his thumb and inflating it hard, transfer the air through his entire body, requiring the torso to act as an interface for his various limbs. Used with his already-strong physiology, this apparently gives his arm more mass and a larger area to attack with far greater strength, but he sacrifices mobility for this strength, as his limbs are now so large that Luffy has extreme trouble moving. To deactivate "Gear Third", Luffy leaves the form by exhaling heavily, which can cause him to be propelled backwards. The deactivation of "Gear Third" brings about shrinking, which is a negative side-effect due to the massive expansion undergone prior to release. The amount of time Luffy spends in his shrunken form is roughly equivalent to the amount of time spent in "Gear Third" mode.
After his life is saved by Shanks when he is seven years old, Luffy decides to achieve the tantamount goals of finding the series' titular treasure and succeeding Gol D. Roger as King of the Pirates.ch.1 Ten years later, wearing Shanks' straw hat, he sets out to sea to gather a crew and sail the Grand Line, where the One Piece is supposedly hidden.ch.7 It also seems that Luffy is capable using King Ambition (覇王色の覇気 Haōshoku Haki?), although he is unaware of this ability. Portgas D. Ace is Luffy's older brother through adoption. Luffy ranked first in all three Shōnen Jump character popularity polls. Luffy's current bounty is 300,000,000 Berries. He is voiced by Mayumi Tanaka in the Japanese version of the anime.ep.1. In the English dubs, he is voiced by Bella Hudson for 4Kidsep.1, and by Colleen Clinkenbeard for Funimation.ep.1
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Roronoa Zoro (ロロノア・ゾロ?, renamed "Roronoa Zolo" in several versions), named after François l'Olonnais,ch.28 nicknamed "Pirate Hunter" Zoro (海賊狩りのゾロ Kaizoku-Gari no Zoro?, renamed "Pirate Hunter" Zolo in several versions), is a 19 year old, skilled swordsman who uses up to three swords at once, clutching the third in his mouth.ch.5 To fulfill a promise he made to childhood friend and rival, "Kuina",ch.5 he wants to become the world's greatest swordsman by defeating Dracule Mihawk.ch.50 Before joining Luffy, he made a living by bounty hunting.ch.2 He joins Luffy's crew in exchange for his aid in escaping execution.ch.5–6 He makes it clear that he would turn on his captain if he ever stepped between him and his dream ch.6, although during the "Thriller Bark arc" he says that he can't fulfill his dream if he did not help his captain fulfill his. His enormous physical strength is enough to lift a building, as well as inhumanly heavy weights on a regular basis.ch.194 During a fight with Baroque Works Officer Agent Mr. 1 (Daz Bonez), he learns how to cut through solid steel.ch.195 He can employ an "Asura" technique which gives him three faces and six arms, thus totaling nine swords.ch.417 In addition, Zoro can expand the muscle mass of his arms, as well as emulate some of his sword attacks using his bare hands.ch.416 He is extremely poor at understanding geographical directions and gets lost very easily. He also sleeps a great deal and loves to drink. Zoro's current bounty is 120,000,000 Berries. He is voiced by Kazuya Nakai (as an adult) and Megumi Urawa (as a child) in the Japanese version of the anime.ep.2 In the English dubs, he is voiced by Marc Diraison (as an adult) and Andrew Rannells (as a child) for 4Kidsep.2, and by Christopher R. Sabat (as an adult) and Brina Palencia (as a child) for Funimation.ep.2
Zoro ranked second in all three Shōnen Jump character popularity polls. Furthermore, in a 2007 poll by Oricon, Zoro was voted as the 4th most desired character to receive a spinoff. DVD Talk praises Zoro's "hilarious" three-sword fighting style as a great example of the show's sense of humor. Holly Ellingwood from Activeanime praised Zoro's fight against Luffy as one of the best moments from the 10th DVD from the series released by Viz Media, praising the action scenes. Sabat's work with Zoro has resulted in him being a nominated of the category "Best Voice Actor (English)" in the Society for the Promotion of Japanese Animation (SPJA) Awards from 2008. Carl Kimlinger from Anime News Network commented on Sabat's work with Zoro as a "standout", noting that Zoro and Sabat are "well-matched. Kimlinger also found that his along with Sanji's flashbacks from the anime "really do jerk tears, even if they are less than gracefully executed".
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Nami (ナミ?), nicknamed "Cat Burglar" Nami (泥棒猫のナミ Dorobō Neko no Nami?, renamed Nami the "Navigator" in the 4Kids dub), is the crew's 18-year-oldch.27 navigator and thief. She has the ability to recognize and analyze even the slightest changes in the weather up to the point of sheer intuition.ch.130 She is also an excellent pickpocket.ch.95 Her dream is to draw a complete map of the world.ch.77 Throughout the series, Nami fights using a three-sectioned bo staff. Usopp later provides her with a version of this weapon capable of controlling weather, called the Clima-Takt (天候棒 Kurima Takuto?, renamed "Climate Baton" in the English manga, and "Weather Forcer" in the 4Kids dub).ch.190 Even later, Usopp augments the Clima-Takt with dials, making it more powerful.ch.368 Nami's current bounty is 16,000,000 Berries. She is voiced by Akemi Okamura in the Japanese version of the anime.ep.1 In the English dubs, she is voiced by Kerry Williams for 4Kids,ep.1, and by Luci Christian for Funimation.ep.1
Nami ranked in the Top 10 of all three Shōnen Jump character popularity polls. Her backstory has been found to be a "touching story" as it "unfolds with a lot of emotion" by Mania Entertainment writer, Jarred Pine. Pine also mentioned Nami was his favorite character from the series, and satisfied with how the manga showed her past. While reviewing the 8th DVD from Viz Media, Activeanime mentioned Nami is one of the best characters from the series as "She’s got guts, smarts, and can heft a mean punch when needed". Like Pined, Activeanime liked Nami's background and added that his "itty bitty heart went out to her". In the SPJA 2008, Nami was nominated in the category "Best Female Character".
When a reader asked Oda who Nami is in love with, Oda answered that there will not likely be any romance among the Straw Hat Pirates. Oda explained that he does not portray romance in One Piece as the series is a shōnen comic, and the young boys who read the comic are not interested in romance.
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Usopp (ウソップ Usoppu?), nicknamed "Sogeking" (狙撃の王様 Sogeki no Ō-sama?, renamed "Sniper King" in the English manga), is the crew's 17-year old marksman.ch.42 His name comes from Uso, which means liar in Japanese, and Aesop, the author of The Boy Who Cried Wolf. He is a liar,ch.27 talented inventor,ch.190 as well as a skilled painterch.42 and sculptor.ch.106 His primary weapon is a slingshot, which he uses to fire various kinds of ammunition, ranging from rotten eggs and shuriken to hot sauce, and both flaming and exploding projectiles.ch.332 Later, he creates himself a large, dial-powered slingshot he calls Kabuto (カブト?),ch.465 with which he is able to outrange even guns.ch.419 Usopp's father, Yasopp, left his family to become a pirate when Usopp was still very young.ch.25 Some time after this, Usopp's mother, Script errorBanchina (バンキーナ Bankīna?), fell ill. Usopp started telling lies, stating that his father had returned and would be taking them with him. His mother eventually died, but Usopp, in his sadness, continued to lie.ch.41 Despite all this, he does not blame his father for leaving him, but takes pride in his heritage.ch.25 He is inspired by Luffy, Zoro and Nami and decides to go out to sea,ch.40 following his dream of becoming a "brave warrior of the sea".ch.100 His weakness as a fighter weighs heavily upon himch.331 and when after the crew is defeated and almost destroyed by Admiral Aokiji of the Marines,ch.320,321 Luffy decides to replace the badly damaged Going Merry,ch.331 the Straw Hats' first ship, which is given to them by Usopp's friend "Kaya",ch.41 a girl from his village that he used to cheer up with his lies,ch.24 Usopp goes so far as to temporarily leave the crew.ch.331,438 Usopp's current bounty is 30,000,000 Berries. He is voiced by Kappei Yamaguchi in the Japanese version of the anime.ep.9 In the English dubs, he is voiced by Jason Anthony Griffith for 4Kidsep.9, and by Sonny Strait for Funimation.ep.9
Usopp ranked in the Top 10 of all three Shōnen Jump character popularity polls. In a 2007 Oricon poll, Usopp was voted the 10th most wanted character to receive a spin off amongst all respondents, and the 5th most popular amongst males. In a review of Funimation Entertainment's second DVD release for Mania Entertainment, Bryce Coulter notes that Usopp "brings lots of comic relief to the series", but also comments that he "can be down right annoying at times."
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Sanji (サンジ?), nicknamed "Black Leg" Sanji (黒脚のサンジ Kuro Ashi no Sanji?)ch.435, is the crew's 19-year-oldch.55 chef. He knows how it feels to starve from first hand experience,ch.58 so he will never refuse someone a meal.ch.48 He has a strong sense of chivalry, because of which, he will never harm a woman, even if he dies.ch.403 Sanji also seems to keep this code regardless of a woman's appearance.ch.453 His dream is to find the "All Blue" (オールブルー Ōru Burū?, renamed "Great Blue" in the 4Kids dub), a legendary sea, containing every kind of fish in the world.ch.57 Sanji is also a very skilled fighter who uses only kicks. He said that this is because a chef's hands are his most prized possessions and should not be risked in battle.ch.370His fighting style resembles the capoeira. Sanji also has the ability to employ a fire based kick, called "Diable Jamble" (ディアブルジャンブ Diable Jambe?, "Diable Jambe" in the English manga) in which he sets his leg on fire by spinning around rapidly, this causes his attacks to be much more powerful, Sanji first used this technique at Enies Lobby. Sanji's current bounty is 77,000,000 Berries. He is voiced by Hiroaki Hirata (as an adult) and Ikue Otani (child) in the Japanese version of the anime.ep.20 In the English dubs, he is voiced by David Moo (as an adult) and Veronica Taylor (as a child) for 4Kidsep.19, and by Eric Vale (as an adult) and Christine Auten (as a child) for Funimation.ep.20
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Tony Tony Chopper (トニートニー・チョッパー Tonī Tonī Choppā?), nicknamed "Cotton Candy Lover" Chopper (わたあめ大好きのチョッパー Watāme Daisuki no Choppā?), is the crew's 15-year-old doctor.ch.154 He is a blue-nosed reindeer who gained human properties by eating the zoan Devil Fruit called the Human-Human Fruit (ヒトヒトの実 Hito Hito no Mi?).ch.140 The fruit-granted ability allows him to change between three forms. His first and original form is that of a reindeer. In his second form, he has the proportions of a human child, while retaining his antlers, hooves, and fur. In his third form, he looks like a brawny man with fur. In addition to his normal transformations, Chopper developed a drug he calls Rumble Ball (ランブル・ボール Ranburu Bōru?), which allows him to assume four additional forms for the duration of three minutes. These forms focus on certain aspects of his body to improve his physical abilities. These are broken down into "points" in the original version (renamed "boost" in the English manga and the 4Kids dub) called: guard, horn, jumping, and arm point with the original three becoming walk, brain, and heavy point.ch.149,186 If Chopper uses a second Rumble Ball within six hours, he cannot control his transformations.ch.406 If he uses a third Rumble Ball within six hours of the first, he transforms into a monstrous version of himself and loses all self-control called "Monster Point".ch.407 He also has the ability to understand other animals' speech, because he is an animal himself.ch.154 What he is not capable of, however, is hiding his feelings.ch.140 Chopper's current bounty is 50 Berries. He is voiced by Ikue Ōtani in the Japanese version of the anime.ep.83 In the English dubs, he is voiced by Lisa Ortiz for 4Kidsep.51, and by Brina Palencia for Funimation.
When creating Chopper, Oda stated that he wanted a mascot who is both cute and fearless. An IGN review of the manga praised Chopper's character as one of the best in the series and said that he was able to be both touching and funny. Chopper ranked in the Top 5 of both Shōnen Jump character popularity polls since the character's introduction. Oda said that the message he wanted to illustrate in regards to Chopper's family situation is that a person who is not blood-related to another person can still be considered as a member of one's family.
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Nico Robin (ニコ・ロビン Niko Robin?), nicknamed "Devil Child" (悪魔の子 Akuma no Ko?) by the World Government is the crew's 28-year-old archaeologist.ch.218 Growing up alone on the island Ohara (オハラ?), home of the world's largest and oldest library, she became an archaeologist at the age of eightch.391,392 and learned how to decipher the writings on the ancient stones called Poneglyph (歴史の本文 Pōnegurifu?), which are scattered around the world. After the World Government destroyed Ohara for housing archaeologists Script erroralong with her returning mother, Nico Olvia (ニコ･オルビア Niko Orubia?), researching these stones,ch.395 Robin spent twenty years on the run, cooperating with various pirates and other outlaws and became a member of Baroque Works nicknamed as "Ms. All-Sunday" (ミス・オールサンデー Misu Ōrusandē?, renamed "Ms. Sunday" in the 4Kids dub) at the time, being briefly an antagonist to the Straw Hat Pirates before joining them.ch.398 Like the scholars of Ohara before her, it is her dream to find and decipher the Rio Poneglyph (真の歴史の本文 Rio Pōnegurifu?), which is said to tell the world's lost history.ch.218 Her devotion to history and its preservation goes so far that she will even risk her life to protect ancient artifacts and buildings.ch.264 She ate a paramecia Devil Fruit called the Flower-Flower Fruit (ハナハナの実 Hana Hana no Mi?), allowing her to create copies of any of her body parts on any surface that she can see.ch.170 However, if her replicated parts are hurt, she feels the pain on her actual body.ch.265 Robin's current bounty is 80,000,000 Berries. She is voiced by Yuriko Yamaguchi (as an adult) and Anzu Nagai (as a child) in the Japanese version of the anime.ep.67 In the English dubs, she is voiced by Veronica Taylor for 4Kidsep.47 and by Stephanie Young for Funimation.ep.144
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Franky (フランキー Furankī?), nicknamed "Cyborg" Franky (サイボーグ フランキー Saibōgu Furankī?)ch.435, is the crew's 34 year old shipwright.ch.437 After his pirate parents abandoned him at age ten,ch.427 he became an apprentice of the master shipwright "Tom" along with "Iceburg".ch.354 When Tom was taken away as a criminal by the government for building Gol D. Roger's ship, the "Oro Jackson", Franky tried to stop them.ch.357 In the attempt, he was severely injured and, in order to survive, had to exchange parts of his body with replacements made of scrap metal,ch.358 turning himself into a cola-powered cyborg.ch.336,339 Franky, thus, gained an artificial body which grants him super-human strength.ch.418 Its front is heavily armored and insensitive to most attacks, while his back, where he could not reach, remains vulnerable.ch.368 His body is equipped with a wide variety of weapons, including several guns and an extendable right arm.ch.423 His stomach contains a refrigerator compartment that can hold up to three bottles of cola to fuel him and his attacks.ch.368 His personality is also affected by the type of beverage that is stored in his refrigerator compartment. He can use up large amounts of cola in an instant to launch powerful bursts of air from his arms, one such move is called the Coup de Vent.ch.338 After word of his death had spread, he cast off his original name, Cutty Flam (カティ・フラム Kati Furamu?), and became the underground boss Franky.ch.352 His dream is to build a ship, to become its shipwright, and sail it to the end of the world. To that end, he builds the Straw Hats Pirates' second ship, the brigantine-rigged sloop-of-war Thousand Sunny, and joins the crew. Franky tends to act tough most of the time like saying his catch phrase "SUPER!!" However, Franky can get emotional very easy and start to cry, but then denies it.ch.436,437,439 Franky's current bounty is 44,000,000 Berries. He is voiced by Kazuki Yao (as an adult) and Junko Noda (as a child) in Japanese.ep.233 In the English dub, he is voiced by Patrick Seitz (as an adult) and Greg Ayres (as a child) for Funimation.
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Brook (ブルック Burukku?), nicknamed "Dead Bones" Brook (デッドボーンズブルック Deddo Bōnzu Burukku?) (formerly "Humming" Brook (鼻唄のブルック Hanauta no Burukku?))ch.489, is the crew's 88-year old musician.ch.489 He is a skeleton, resurrected by the Revive-Revive Fruit (ヨミヨミの実 Yomi Yomi no Mi?), a paramecia Devil Fruit, which grants its eater a second life.ch.443 He is an excellent musician, who claims being able to play any instrument,ch.486 and a skilled fencer, who uses a shikomizue, a Japanese cane sword, in battle.ch.454 His lightweight skeleton body allows him to jump extraordinarily highch.493 and to run across water.ch.443 His gentlemanly impression stands in stark contrast to his incredibly bad manners: He bluntly requests to see women's panties, helps himself to people's food, and belches out loud on the dinner table.ch.442,443 When Brook's former crew, the "Rumbar Pirates", entered the Grand Line, they left their pet whale "Laboon" behind at Reverse Mountain, promising to return after sailing around the world.ch.487 Fifty years later, Brook, being the only survivor, considers it his duty to fulfill his former crew's promise.ch.459 Brook's current bounty is 33,000,000 Berries. He is voiced by Chō in the Japanese version of the anime.ep.339 He does not yet have an English voice, as the English dub has yet to reach that far into the series.
The idea of a skeleton musician was first conceived by Oda in the year 2000.
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The World Nobles (世界貴族 Sekai Kizoku?), also known as the Celestial Dragons (天竜人 Tenryūbito?), are the descendants of the twenty kings who established what is now known as the World Government, and are able to buy people, including pirates, who have been captured and put into slavery and their actions are overlooked by the World Government.
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The Marine is a military force under the command of the World Government. The uniforms of its soldiers, who are referred to as "marines" in adaptations using "Marine", as well as the Marine's ships and installations prominently display the word "Marine" in all-upper-case roman letters, often alongside a depiction of a sea gull. The words "marine" and "Marine", respectively, are French, Dutch and German for "navy". In the 4Kids dub of the anime series, these were edited out and replaced with the word "Navy."
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Fleet Admiral Sengoku (センゴク Sengoku?), nicknamed Sengoku the "Buddha" (仏のセンゴク Hotoke no Sengoku?)ch.234, Sengoku the "Strategist" (戦国ストラテジスト Sengoku Sutoratejisuto?)ch.556, and "Saint" (聖人 Seijin?), commands the Marine. He was one of the major figures along with Whitebeard, "Shiki", and Garp while Gol D. Roger was still alive, and still continues to be in the present. As the commanding officer of the entire Marine force, Sengoku has absolute power over every action the Marines do, including summoning a Buster Call. The only ones that are above him and command him are Kong, the Commander in Chief, and the Five Elder Stars. Sengoku apparently ate a paramecia Devil Fruit that allows him to turn into something similar to a gigantic Daibutsu, which is probably the reason for his nickname. The color of his body (and uniform) seems to change to a dark color, making him appear to be ominously shadowed at all times. In this form his body has different proportions, his torso and arms are much larger compared to the rest of his body. This ability gives him a massive power boost to his already impressive strength. Even without his Devil Fruit powers, it is implied that Sengoku also has superhuman strength. He is voiced by Takkou Ishimori. In the English dub, he is voiced by Ed Blaylock for Funimation.
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Admiral Aokiji (青雉?), was known as Kuzan (クザン?) prior to his promotionch.393, and nicknamed "Blue Pheasant" (ブルーフェザント Burū Fezanto?), is an extremely lazy Marine officer and one of only three with the rank of admiral.ch.319 He possesses the power of the Ice-Ice Fruit (ヒエヒエの実 Hie Hie no Mi?, "Chilly-Chilly Fruit" in the English manga), a logia Devil Fruit, which allows him to freeze things,ch.319 to create ice, or to transform into it.ch.320 Aside from making him one of the governments strongest fighters,ch.319 this ability allows him to ride a bicycle across the sea. At the end of chapter 594, it is shown that Fleet Admiral Sengoku is considering him as his successor. ch.303 He is voiced by Takehito Koyasu in the Japanese version of the anime.ep.226 In the English dub, he is voiced by Bob Carter for Funimation.
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Admiral Kizaru (黄猿?), was known as Borsalino (ボルサリーノ Borusarīno?) prior to his promotion to admiral, and nicknamed "Yellow Monkey" (黄色人種 Ōshoku Jinshu?). Kizaru possesses the power of the Glint-Glint Fruit (ピカピカの実 Pika Pika no Mi?), a logia Devil Fruit, allowing him to turn himself into photons and move at the speed of light (and take advantage of reflecting surfaces), and fire destructive lasers. Kizaru is a middle aged man who wears a yellow striped suit with a Marine coat draped over it like a cape, his arms not in its sleeves. Kizaru also wears pure white shoes and gold-amber tinted sunglasses. He is a very calm yet absent-minded man who speaks very slowly and occasionally elongates the last word of his sentences. He is voiced by Unshō Ishizuka in the Japanese version of the anime.
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Admiral Akainu (赤犬?), was known as Sakazuki (サカズキ?) prior to his promotion, and nicknamed, "Red Dog" (レッドドッグ Reddo Doggu?), has the power of an unnamed logia Devil Fruit that gives him the power to control or create magma and lava. Akainu practices Absolute Justice, an extremely ruthless interpretation of the greater good, such as destroying an entire ship full of escaping civilians in the off chance that one criminal might be hiding amongst them.) He is also notable for wearing a cap low over his eyes, obscuring his facial features for all of his early appearances. Akainu was the one responsible for Ace's death. He is voiced by Fumihiko Tachiki in the Japanese version of the anime. In the flashback from 20 years before the current story, he was voiced by Michio Nakao.
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Vice Admiral Monkey D. Garp (モンキー・D・ガープ Monkī D. Gāpu?), nicknamed Garp the "Fist" (ゲンコツのガープ Genkotsu no Gāpu?) and "Hero of the Marines" (海軍の英雄 Kaigun no Eiyū?), is the father of Monkey D. Dragon and the grandfather of Luffy.ch.432 He is famous for cornering Gol D. Rogerch.431 and considered a hero of the Marine.ch.432 After Roger's execution, he took care of Roger's son, Ace, raising him like his own grandson.ch.551 He has superhuman strength, enough to lift and throw cannonballs like baseball pitches.ch.438 Garp takes both Coby and Helmeppo under his wing. He is voiced by Hiroshi Naka in the Japanese version of the anime.ep.68 In English, he is voiced by Brian Mathis for Funimation.ep.68
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Vice Admiral Momonga (モモンガ?) is one of the five Vice Admirals who lead the Buster Call on Enies Lobby. In battle Momonga seems to be a formidable swordsman. Momonga can use Rokushiki martial arts as seen able to use Soru and Geppo. He was originally voiced by Keiichi Sonobe in the Japanese version of the anime and was later replaced by Yasunori Masutani and is currently voiced by Shinichiro Ota.
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Vice Admiral Onigumo (オニグモ?) is one of the five Vice Admirals who lead the Buster Call on Enies Lobby. Onigumo apparently ate some sort of zoan Devil Fruit that allows him to grow three pairs of spider-like black arms and a spider abdomen from his back. With these spider-like appendages and his own two human arms, he is capable of wielding a total of eight cutlass swords. These spider-like arms seem to be produced from his elongated hair. Onigumo was originally voiced by Keiichi Sonobe and is currently voiced by Takahiro Fujimoto in the Japanese version of the anime.
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Vice Admiral Strawberry (ストロベリー Sutoroberī?) is one of the Vice Admirals who lead the Buster Call assault on Enies Lobby. All that is known about Strawberry's fighting abilities, is that he wields dual sabre swords. He is voiced by Eiji Takemoto in the Japanese version of the anime.
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Vice Admiral Yamakaji (ヤマカジ?) is one of the Vice Admirals who lead the Buster Call assault on Enies Lobby. Not much is known about Yamakaji. All that has been revealed, is that he is a swordsman wielding a katana sword. Yamakaji is voiced by Yasunori Masutani in the Japanese version of the anime.
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Vice Admiral Doberman (ドーベルマン Dōberuman?) is one of the five Vice Admirals who lead the Buster Call on Enies Lobby. So far, none of Doberman's fighting abilities have been seen yet. He is voiced by Eiji Takemoto in the Japanese version of the anime.
Sentomaru (戦桃丸 Sentōmaru?) is head of the Marines' Science Unit and bodyguard of "Vegapunk". Sentoumaru brags about having the tightest defense, and also claims to have the tightest mouth and refuses to reply to any questions. However, despite his claim, he is willing to tell everyone about himself whenever something related to a question or an event occurs. Whenever he gives away information, he claims he is giving it away freely and not because the person he is talking to asked or was curious about something. Sentomaru's fighting style is similar to that of a sumo wrestler but he also uses a massive axe. He is voiced by Kazue Ikura in the Japanese version.
Smoker Script error
Commodore Smoker (スモーカー Sumōkā?, "Chaser" in the 4Kids dub), nicknamed "White Hunter" Smoker (白猟のスモーカー Hakryō no Sumōkā?, "White Chase" Smoker in the English manga, and "Smoke Hunter" in the 4Kids dub), is a Marine officer and a cigar enthusiast, keeping plenty of cigars strapped to the left side of his jacket while smoking two lit ones in his mouth.ch.98 He has the powers of the Plume-Plume Fruit (モクモクの実 Moku Moku no Mi?, "Smoke-Smoke Fruit" in the 4Kids dub), a logia Devil Fruit which gives him the power to manipulate, create, control and transform into smoke.ch.100 In the 4Kids version of the anime, his cigars were edited out, while their smoke was left in, giving the appearance of smoke constantly issuing from his mouth.ep.40 He was initially voiced by Ginzō Matsuo in Japanese version of the anime.ep.48 After Ginzō's death, Mahito Ōba assumed the role.ep.79 In the English dubs, he is voiced by Scottie Ray for 4Kidsep.40 and by Greg Dulcie for Funimation.ep.48
Purinpurin Script error
Commodore Purinpurin (プリンプリン?) is a Marine Commodore in the 77th Branch of the Marines. He was dispatched to Arlong Park to evacuate the survivors of Arlong's tyrannical reign. However, his mission fails as his branch was killed by Hachi, Kuroobi, and Choo, Choo dealing with Purinpurin personally. He was voiced by Tetsu Inada in Japanese version. In the English dub, he was voiced by Barry Yandell for Funimation.
Hina Script error
Captain Hina (ヒナ?), nicknamed "Black Cage" Hina (黒檻のヒナ Kuro Ori no Hina?), is a Marine Captain, and a former classmate of notable marine Smoker. She is also the object of both Fullbody and Jango's affections. Hina has a tendency to speak in the third person, though this only seems to add to her attractiveness for her subordinates. Hina has eaten a paramecia Devil Fruit called the Cage-Cage Fruit (オリオリの実 Ori Ori no Mi?, "Bind-Bind Fruit" in the English manga), granting her the ability to let others pass through her body, in the process getting encaged in a ring of iron. She can also extend her arms to form a cage to produce the same effects to people who pass through its bars. She is voiced by Tomoko Naka in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, she is voiced by Kathleen Delaney for 4Kids, and by Jennifer Seman for Funimation.
T-Bone Script error
Captain T-Bone (Ｔボーン Tī Bōn?), nicknamed "Ship Cutter" (船斬り Funekiri?), is a former knight, but now a Marine Captain. T-Bone values the soldiers under his command, he has a tendency to fuss over their minor problems in a melodramatic manner, which can make them uncomfortable. He is noted for being far too willing to sacrifice himself, even when the situation does not call for something so drastic. T-Bone is well-known for his swordsmanship. He is skilled enough to send attacks composed of blue lines of energy acting as blades that are powerful enough to cut through trains, boats, and sea kings. T-Bone's weapon of choice is a long, straight-bladed sword with ornately decorated hilt and sheath. He is voiced by Tomomichi Nishimura in the Japanese version.
Shu Script error
Captain Shu (シュウ Shū?) was one of the Marines that helped in the Buster Call on Enies Lobby. Shu has eaten a paramecia Devil Fruit called the Rust-Rust Fruit (サビサビの実 Sabi Sabi no Mi?) that allows him to cause metallic items to rust and come apart. Shu destroyed one of Zoro's swords, "Yubashiri", with ease. He is voiced by Ryouhei Nakao in the Japanese version.
Very Good Script error
Captain Very Good (ベリーグッド Berī Guddo?) is one of the Marines involved in the Buster Call on Enies Lobby. Very Good has eaten a paramecia Devil Fruit called the Berry-Berry Fruit (ベリベリの実 Beri Beri no Mi?) which makes him immune to blunt physical attacks by separating his body into several berry shaped orbs.
Nezumi Script error
Captain Nezumi (ネズミ?) is a Marine Captain of the 16th Branch in the East Blue. Nezumi accepted bribes from Arlong in exchange for keeping the Arlong Pirates out of Marine jurisdiction. Once Arlong was defeated, Nezumi attempted to intervene against the Straw Hat Pirates, but was quickly defeated. The report he gives to his superiors on the incident prompts the Marines to assign Luffy with his first bounty. He is voiced by Tamotsu Nishiwaki in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, he is voiced by Dan Green for 4Kids and by Vic Mignogna for Funimation.
Tashigi Script error
Ensign Tashigi (たしぎ?), named after the Common Snipe (タシギ Tashigi?),ch.137 is a Marine officer and Smoker's second in command.ch.179 While adept at sword fighting, she is unusually clumsy.ch.96 She is also very well-versed in the famous katana, knowing their names and origins. Her stated goal is to remove all Meitō, named swords with prestigious histories, from the hands of those who would use them for their own ends.ch.97 After meeting Zoro, she sets out to sea with Smoker, chasing after him and the crew. She bears a striking resemblance to "Kuina", Zoro's deceased childhood friend and rival, something he is uncomfortable with.ch.100 She is voiced by Junko Noda in the Japanese version of the anime.ep.48 In the English dubs, she is voiced by Priscilla Everett for 4Kidsep.40 and by Monica Rial for Funimation.ep.48
When a reader asked Oda why Tashigi looked similar to Kuina, Oda answered that the similarity is "just a coincidence" and that there is no relation and backstory between the characters.
Coby Script error
Master Chief Petty Officer Coby (コビー Kobī?, "Koby" in the English manga and the 4Kids dub) works together with Helmeppo under Vice Admiral Garp. He was also a former chore boy of Alvida's old crew. When he first appeared, Coby was a small, timid, coward. However, thanks to Luffy, he had the courage to leave the crew and fulfill his dream of joining the Marines. Since joining the Marines, he befriends Helmeppo and goes under the tutelage of Garp. Because of training, Coby has learned Rokushiki and can use "Soru". Recently, he has awakened the power of Haki. He is voiced by Mika Doi in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, he is voiced by Kayzie Rogers for 4Kids and by Leah Clark for Funimation.
Helmeppo Script error
Chief Petty Officer Helmeppo (ヘルメッポ Herumeppo?) was Morgan's bratty son. He is now a Marine Chief Petty Officer under the command of Garp along with Coby. Helmeppo was a coward who hid behind his father's wealth and power. Helmeppo loved his father and thought his father loved him back. However, Morgan only thinks of Helmeppo as a worthless son. After Morgan was arrested, Helmeppo lost access to all the luxurious life that he once held, and so he reluctantly became a Marine. Since then, Helmeppo went under the tutelage of Garp with Coby. Thanks to Garp, Helmeppo now has very decent fighting abilities as he wields dual kukri as his weapon of choice. He is voiced by Kōichi Nagano in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, he is voiced by Sean Schemmel for 4Kids and by Mike McFarland for Funimation.
Fullbody Script error
Seaman Recruit Fullbody (フルボディ Furubodi?), nicknamed "Double Ironfist" Fullbody (両鉄拳のフルボディ Ryōtekken no Furubodi?), is a Marine Seaman Recruit serving under Captain Hina along with his friend, Jango. Fullbody was once a successful and arrogant Marine Lieutenant who loved entertaining women and considered himself to be a lady's man. However, after a series of unlucky events after meeting the Sanji and the Straw Hats, he has somewhat changed. Since then, Fullbody befriended former pirate Jango. Because he admired Jango's dancing skills, and the fact that Jango helped him fight off a pirate crew, he defended him in court after he was captured, at the cost of his own rank. Later, the two of them become followers and attracted to Hina, however Hina does not return their affection. Fullbody is an adept fighter, using a boxing-like fighting style, while wielding iron knuckle dusters as weapons. He is voiced by Hideo Ishikawa in Japanese version. In the English dubs, he is voiced by Tom Wayland for 4Kids and by John Burgmeier for Funimation.
Jango Script error
Seaman Recruit Jango (ジャンゴ?, "Django" in the English manga and the 4Kids dub) used to be the first mate of the Black Cat Pirates, but thanks to Fullbody, Jango is now a Marine Seaman Recruit. Jango is currently good friends with him as they participated in a dance competition together and cooperated to defeat invading pirates. Also, Fullbody helped save Jango from his death sentence. Jango and Fullbody are both romantically attracted to their commanding officer, Captain Hina, but she rebuffs their advances. Jango's weapon of choice are chakrams he uses slashing and hypnosis. Jango's former bounty was 9,000,000 Berries, before he became a marine. He is voiced by Kazuki Yao in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, he is voiced by Oliver Wyman for 4Kids and by Kenny Green for Funimation.
The Seven Warlords of the Sea Script error
The Seven Warlords of the Sea (王下七武海 Ōka Shichibukai?) are extremely powerful pirates who have allied themselves with the World Government. They hand over a fraction of their loot to the Government. Other pirates consider the Seven Warlords to be "government dogs".ch.69 For their allegiance, the World Government pardons these pirates for their crimes and removes their bounties.ch.342 The Seven Warlords are loosely based on the privateers of Europe, government endorsed pirates considered heroes in their homeland and pillagers in others.ch.260
Dracule Mihawk Script error
Dracule Mihawk (ジュラキュール・ミホーク Jurakyūru Mihōku?), nicknamed "Hawk-Eye" Mihawk (鷹の目のミホーク Taka no Me no Mihōku?), is one of The Seven Warlords of the Sea and the strongest swordsman in the world.ch.50,52,69 He is a pale skinned man who travels in a small boat that is shaped like a coffin.ch.50 In battle he either wields a knife that he carries as a pendant around his neck or—if he fights a worthy opponent—a claymore, with a black, single edged, curved blade known as the world's strongest sword. He is able to mimic any ability he sees with his eyes granting him the nickname "Hawk-Eye", it is unknown whether a devil fruit is related or not. He is also able a slice objects at a distance like Zoro can, which is called the world's strongest slash .ch.51 Both weapons bear a resemblance to the Christian cross, a resemblance that was removed in the 4Kids dub by shortening their crossguards.ep.23 Recently, he appeared at the war in order to help the marines, but he stood down when Shanks arrived. His animal theme is the hawk. He is voiced by Takeshi Aono in the Japanese version of the anime.ep.24 In the English dubs, he is voiced by Wayne Grayson for 4Kidsep.23 and by John Gremillion for Funimation.ep.24
Don Quixote Doflamingo Script error
Don Quixote Doflamingo (ドンキホーテ・ドフラミンゴ Donkihōte Dofuramingo?), nicknamed "Scum of the Sea" (海のクズ Umi no Kuzu?), is one of The Seven Warlords of the Sea. His names are a reference to the Miguel de Cervantes' novel Don Quixote and his animal theme, the flamingo, represented by the large coat of pink feathers that he wears. Doflamingo is one of the most carefree characters in One Piece. He seems to have a penchant for dramatic phrasing, as well as a habit of exaggerated posing when giving declarations. He also has an odd habit of sitting on unconventional things, like on the back of chairs, on tables, barrels and, even a pile of bodies in the middle of a war zone. Doflamingo likes to toy around with his opponents and victims in a somewhat sadistic and cruel way. He has the ability to control others using movements with his fingers similar to that of a puppeteer, although no Devil Fruit has been linked officially to this ability as of yetch.231. He believes that the Great Pirate Era is nearing its end and a new age is about to begin.ch.303 He owns a large auction house at the Sabaody Archipelago, where human and people of other species are sold as slaves.ch.504 After the war between the pirates and marines ended, he seemingly killed Gecko Moria and said to him that he had orders coming from someone higher up than the marines. Doflamingo also presumably killed Bellamy after he found about Bellamy's humiliating defeat by Luffy. Doflamingo's former bounty is 340,000,000 Berries. He is voiced by Hideyuki Tanaka in the Japanese version.ep.151 In the English dub, he is voiced by Robert McCollum for Funimation.ep.151
Gecko Moria Script error
Gecko Moria (ゲッコー･モリア Gekkō Moria?) is the leader of the island-sized ship Thriller Bark and one of The Seven Warlords of the Sea.ch.448 The Shadow-Shadow Fruit (カゲカゲの実 Kage Kage no Mi?) grants him the ability to control his shadow, allowing it to act completely independent from his body,ch.463 and to control the shadows of others.ch.455 Because his last crew was entirely annihilated in the "New World",ch.481 he created a completely obedient, immortal army of zombies by implanting stolen shadows into corpses.ch.457 Moria was apparently killed by Warlord Doflamingo in the aftermath of the Battle of Marineford. His animal theme is the gecko. Moria's former bounty is 320,000,000 Berries. He is voiced by Katsuhisa Hōki in the Japanese version of the anime.ep.343
Script errorHundreds of zombies make up the crew of Thriller Bark. Absalom (アブサロム Abusaromu?), nickamed "Graveyard" Absalom (墓場のアブサロム Hakaba no Abusaromu?), is a man augmented by Hogback with various animal parts, who ate a paramecia Devil Fruit, called the Clear-Clear Fruit (スケスケの実 Suke Suke no Mi?), that allows him to turn himself and anything he touches invisible.ch.464 Script errorPerona (ペローナ Perōna?), nicknamed "Ghost Princess" (ゴーストプリンセス Gōsuto Purinsesu?), is a woman who ate a paramecia Devil Fruit called the Hollow-Hollow Fruit (ホロホロの実 Horo Horo no Mi?), allowing her to create various ghosts that can either explode upon command or cause severe depression in an opponent.ch.461,465 Script errorHogback (ホグバック Hogubakku?) is a medical genius who patches up corpses for Moria's stolen shadows.ch.449 Using Luffy's shadow, Moria Script errorrevived the body of Oars (オーズ Ōzu?), nicknamed "Continent Puller" (大陸パラー Tairiku Parā?), who is an extremely huge giant who ruled a country of brigands during his lifetime five hundred years before his resurrection.ch.456–457 Using Brook's shadow, Moria revived Script errorRyuma (龍馬 Ryūma?) who is a samurai from the Wano Country in the New World who slayed a dragon during his lifetime. Using Zoro's shadow, Moria revived Script errorJigoro (ジゴロウ Jigorō?), nicknamed Jigoro "of the Wind" (風のジゴロウ Kaze no Jigorō?), who is a samurai who single handedly killed seven-thousand pirates to save his own family. Using Sanji's shadow, Moria revived a penguin, dog corpse named Script errorInuppe (犬ッペ?). Moria used a shadow to revive Script errorVictoria Cindry (ビクトリア･シンドリー Bikutoria Shindorī?), who was once famous stage actress whom Hogback was in love with, now has plate throwing fighting abilities. Script errorKumacy (クマシー Kumashī?) is a stuffed bear zombie with strength surpassing real bears. Script errorTaralan (タララン Tararan?) is a large zombie of the combination between a monkey and a spider with spider web combat abilities.
Bartholomew Kuma Script error
Bartholomew Kuma (バーソロミュー・くま Bāsoromyū Kuma?), nicknamed "Tyrant" (暴君 Bōkun?), is one of The Seven Warlords of the Sea. He is based on the real life pirate Bartholomew Roberts. A self-declared pacifist, Kuma is frequently seen carrying a Bible. He has a reputation to be the only Warlord truly obedient to the World Government,ch.474 although recent events suggest that he is not really obedient to the World Government and may be helping the Revolutionaries. He ate a paramecia Devil Fruit called the Paw-Paw Fruit (ニキュニキュの実 Nikyu Nikyu no Mi?) and thus gained the ability to repel anything he touches with his palms, including physical objects such as people or air as well as abstract things such as pain and fatigue.ch.484,485 The fruit also gave him the ability to teleport himself and other people, which he usually does after asking them where they would like to go. Kuma is the model for the Pacifista (パシフィスタ Pashifisuta?), a class of experimental cyborgs, created by Dr. "Vegapunk". Their bodies are made of a substance harder than steel and from their mouths they can shoot blasts so powerful that they melt even metal.ch.485 The other pacifista look just like Kuma, sharing his abnormally large stature, but lack the Warlord's Devil Fruit ability. Instead, Vegapunk gave them the ability to shoot laser beams from the palms of their hands.ch.508,509He was the one responsible for separating the entire Straw Hat crew onto different islands. His animal theme is the bear, Kuma is Japanese for "bear". Kuma's former bounty is 296,000,000 Berries. He and his copies are voiced by Hideyuki Hori in the Japanese version of the anime.ep.399
Boa Hancock Script error
The "Snake Princess" (蛇姫 Hebihime?) Boa Hancock (ボア・ハンコック Boa Hankokku?), or "Pirate Empress" (「海賊女帝」 Kaizoku Jotei?), is a woman of extraordinary beauty, the sole female member of The Seven Warlords of the Sea, leader of the all-female Kuja (九蛇?) Tribe, and ruler of Amazon Lily (アマゾン・リリー Amazon Rirī?), an island populated solely by women.ch.516 She believes that because she is so beautiful, anything bad that she does will be forgiven by everyone, and because of that she is not afraid to hurt pirates, Marines, and even her own people. During their childhood, she and her two sisters were sold as slaves to the Celestial Dragons, who forced them to eat Devil Fruits. She and her sisters still bear the brand of the Celestial Dragons on their backs. To conceal their shameful past from their kinswomen the sisters concocted a story about having defeated a gorgon, claiming that their strange abilities were the result of the Gorgon's Curse and that they have cursed eyes on their backs that would turn anyone who sees them into stone.ch.517,521 Hancock consumed the paramecia Love-Love Fruit (メロメロの実 Mero Mero no Mi?) which gave her the ability to turn anyone charmed by her into stone.ch.516,521 Unlike the women of the Kuja Tribe who only have Ambition, Hancock has King Ambition. Eventually, she falls in love with Luffy because of his selflessness and helps him infiltrate into the prison Impel Down to rescue his brother Ace.ch.522 Hancock also participated in the war, and she has drawn suspicion from some of the marine officials due to her secretly helping Luffy. Hancock also decreed that Luffy should recover on Amazon Lily to hide from the World Government. Her animal theme is the snake. Hancock's former bounty is 80,000,000 Berries. She is voiced by Kotono Mitsuishi in the Japanese version of the anime.
Script error Her younger sisters both ate a model of the Snake-Snake Fruit (ヘビヘビの実 Hebi Hebi no Mi?) which are both zoan type. The middle sister, Boa Sandersonia (ボア・サンダーソニア Boa Sandāsonia?), ate the anaconda model. The youngest sister, Boa Marigold (ボア・マリーゴールド Boa Marīgōrudo?) ate the cobra model. These fruits' abilities allow them to turn into a snake or a snake-human hybrid of their respective models.ch.519
Cipher Pol Number 9 Script error
Cipher Pol Number 9 (サイファーポールナンバーナイン Saifā Pōru Nanbā Nain?), abbreviated as CP9 (シーピーナイン Shī Pī Nain?), is the secret, ninth unit of the World Government's intelligence agency Cipher Pol.ch.346 Specializing in assassination,ch.382 they utilize a weapon-themed martial art called Rokushiki (六式?, "The Six Powers" in the English manga) which has six different super-human powers called "Rebirth", "Geppo", "Rankyaku", "Shigan", "Soru", and "Tekkai".ch.347 The group was formerly led Script errorby Spandine (スパンダイン Supandain?) who led the investigation in Ohara and was responsible for summoning the Buster Call.
Spandam (スパンダム Supandamu?)ch.358 is the boss of the CP9, and son of the former boss, Spandine. Like his father, he lacks the fighting abilities of his subordinates.ch.379 Spandam cares only about himself and is obsessed with rising up through the ranks of the World Government.ch.391 Spandam is very clumsy (he tends to spill coffee on himself during moments of excitement), and short tempered with special sensitivity towards his name. He often reveals malice when gloating over his prisoners. He is voiced by Masaya Onosakaep.249. In the English dub, he is voiced by Kent Williams for Funimation.
Script errorFunk Freed (ファンクフリード Fanku Furīdo?, Funkfreed in the English manga), is the name of a sword Spandam uses which has the power of a zoan Devil Fruit called the Elephant-Elephant Fruit (ゾウゾウの実 Zō Zō no Mi?), gives him the ability to transform into an elephant or an elephant-sword hybrid.ch.400
Rob Lucci Script error
Rob Lucci (ロブ･ルッチ Robu Rucchi?) is the strongest member of the CP9. Lucci is a man known for ruthlessly and mercilessly enforcing the justice of the World Government.ch.422 Lucci was first seen as one of the five foremen of Galley-La Company's Dock One at Water 7. However, it was revealed that he is a member of the CP9 operating undercover, in order to obtain the Pluton blueprints from Iceburg. While undercover, Lucci never spoke, preferring to instead talk through his pet pigeon, Hattori, using ventriloquism. Lucci comes off as a cold and collected CP9 agent, almost never displaying any emotions. He seems to derive amusement and gratification from inflicting physical and emotional pain on others, making him a typical sadist. Despite all this apparent lack of morality, Lucci has displayed some, if very little, sympathy for those he dubs innocent. He ate a zoan Devil Fruit called the Cat-Cat Fruit, Model: Leopard (ネコネコの実 モデル：豹 レオパルド Neko Neko no Mi, Moderu: Reoparudo?, "Cat-Cat Fruit, Leopard Model" in the English manga), which allows him to transform into a leopard or leopard-human hybrid.ch.349 Lucci is also the only Rokushiki fighter to use the seventh power, "Rokuohgun" ("Six King Pistol" in the English manga) He is voiced by Tomokazu Sekiep.232, in the English dub, he is voiced by Jason Liebrecht for Funimation.
Script errorHattori (ハットリ?)ch.327 is Rob Lucci's pet pidgeon. Hattori was always around him (except while Lucci was fighting). Why Hattori was with Lucci was unknown considering the man's reputation as a heartless mass-murderer, though Lucci has had him since he was a child. He is voiced by Tomokazu Seki in the Japanese version.
Kaku Script error
Kaku (カク?), nicknamed "Mountain Wind" (山風 Yama Kaze?), is a member of the CP9. He is first seen as one of the five foremen of Galley-La Company's Dock One at Water 7. It was Kaku that inspected the "Going Merry" and informed The Straw Hat Pirates that it was broken beyond repair. Later on, it is revealed that Kaku is a member of CP9 operating undercover in order to obtain the Pluton blueprints from Iceburg. During the course of the story, he eats a zoan Devil Fruit Ox-Ox Fruit, Model: Giraffe (ウシウシの実 モデル: ジラフ Ushi Ushi no Mi, Moderu: Jirafu?, "Ox-Ox Fruit, Giraffe Model" in the English manga), which grants him the ability to transform into a giraffe or a giraffe-human hybrid.ch.401 Kaku is also a skilled swordsman using the art of "Four Swords Style" by using his dual katana swords and both legs by using the one of the Rokushiki powers, "Rankyaku". Despite his role as a villain, Kaku is surprisingly honest, even to his enemies, though he doesn't seem to take insults well, but has great sportsmanship in combat. Kaku has a habit of speaking very maturely, despite only being a young adult. He is voiced by Ryōtarō Okiayu in the Japanese version. In the English dub, he is voiced by Jerry Jewell for Funimation.
Jabra (ジャブラ Jabura?) is a member of the CP9. Prior to the events at Enies Lobby, Jabra was sent on a mission beforehand along with Kumadori and Fukuro, to go undercover and assassinate some Revolutionaries. Jabra is extremely competitive, and was outraged that both Lucci and Kaku are stronger than him, especially because Kaku had been weaker when they had last parted ways. Jabra is also very short-tempered, but surprisingly he is the most rational member of the CP9. When in battle, Jabra uses deceptive and underhanded tactics.ch.413,414 He also ate a zoan Devil Fruit called the Dog-Dog Fruit, Model: Wolf (イヌイヌの実 モデル：狼 ウルフ Inu Inu no Mi, Moderu: Urufu?, "Mutt-Mutt Fruit, Wolf Model" in the English manga) which gives him the power to change into a wolf or wolf-human hybrid.ch.401 Also in combat, Jabra uses a fighting style called "Tekkai Kenpo" ("Iron Body Kung Fu" in the English manga), and is the only Rokushiki fighter capable of moving while using "Tekkai". He is voice by Masaya Takatsuka in the Japanese version.
Blueno (ブルーノ Burūno?) is a member of the CP9. When first introduced, he is seen as a bartender in Water 7 and seems to be the most friendly with Franky and Pauly, talking with them about life and their current activities. He soon shows his true nature when he reveals that he was an undercover CP9 member to obtain Pluton blueprints from Iceburg. While the entire undercover CP9 unit gives the first expression of emotionless justice-devoted killing machines, Blueno is the only one to maintain such a façade. While the other CP9 members are shown taking pleasure in fighting, toying with their opponents and so on, Blueno remains calm and collected nearly all the time. Blueno ate a paramecia Devil Fruit called the Door-Door Fruit (ドアドアの実 Doa Doa no Mi?), which allows him to create doors of any size through anything he touches. If Blueno creates doors through solid matter, it gives him passage through the object no matter how thick or how strong it is. Blueno can also create doors out of thin air that lead into a pocket dimension of sorts, that is apparently within the air itself, and warp to any desired location.ch.374 He is voiced by Seiji Sasaki in the Japanese version. In the English dub, he is voiced by Bob Carter for Funimation.
Kumadori (クマドリ?) is a member of the CP9. Before the events at Enies Lobby, Kumadori was sent on a mission with Jabra and Fukuro, to go undercover and assassinate some Revolutionaries. Kumadori seems to honor the samurai honor code very heavily as he comically attempts to take his own life (however, he instinctively uses "Tekkai" every time) after dishonoring himself. As he accepts the blame for nearly anything, even faults of others, this happens quite often in his appearances. Kumadori strongly resembles a kabuki actor.ch.406 He is a very loud character, and often punctuates his sentences with a loud, dramatic, "YOYOI!!" Kumadori has a strange way of speaking, and tends to repeat or draw out syllables and words in the manner of kabuki actors. He also has a penchant for spouting haikus, even during battles and at other inappropriate times. Overall he is the most eccentric character in the CP9. Kumadori's specialty in fighting is using the Rokushiki power, "Rebirth". Unlike the other CP9 members, Kumadori can use his Rebirth power to control and manipulate his hair to grab or attack his enemies. In battle, Kumadori also uses a khakkhara that emits fire. He is voiced by Hiroaki Yoshida in the Japanese version.
Fukuro Script error
Fukuro (フクロウ Fukurō?), nicknamed, Fukuro "The Silent" (音無しのフクロウ Otonashi no Fukurō?) and "Lover of Rumors" (噂好き Uwasa Zuki?), is a member of the CP9. Prior to the events at Enies Lobby, Fukuro, along with Jabra and Kumadori, was sent on a mission to go undercover and assassinate some Revolutionaries. Fukuro is an oddly-shaped man with a zipper across his mouth, which has to be open in order for him to speak.ch.375 Despite having the ability to "zip it", his biggest personality quirk is having a big mouth (both figuratively and literally). Fukuro also has the strange habit of saying "CHAPAPA" after almost every sentence. He also often blurts things out inconsiderately, despite one of his ironic nicknames, "The Silent", which may refer to his theme of an owl, a predatory bird who attacks silently at night. Fukuro is a Rokushiki fighter like the other CP9 members, except he seems to excel at the Rokushiki powers, "Soru" and "Shigan". Fukuro can combine his Soru and Shigan powers to create his own variation of techniques. He is voiced by Kumiko Watanabe in the Japanese version.
Kalifa (カリファ Karifa?) is the only female member of the CP9. When first seen, Kalifa was Iceburg's secretary who violently kicked anyone that mocked her. She is known for her trademark phrase "That's sexual harassment".ch.379 In reality, Kalifa is quite sly and crafty, as she enjoys embarrassing her superior, Spandam by accusing him of harassing her, again with her trademark phrase. Despite her initial impression of being completely serious and professional, she was easily flustered during her fight against Nami. She is also rather vain, considering herself so beautiful and sexy that she doesn't need to make her skin smooth with her Devil Fruit power. Although, she is somewhat calm and collected. During the course of the story, Kalifa eats a paramecia Devil Fruit called the Bubble-Bubble Fruit (アワアワの実 Awa Awa no Mi?), which allows her to create cleansing soap and bubbles that are capable of not only to clean off dirt, but can also clean off power making her enemies weak. In the process of cleaning off power, Kalifa's victims are left in a clean, shiny, and slippery state that is extremely smooth.ch.408 She is voiced by Naomi Shindo in the Japanese version.
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Impel Down (インペルダウン Inperudaun?) is one of three main locations of the World Government (alongside with Marineford and Enies Lobby), and is known as the world's greatest prison. Impel Down possess a system of levels where the prisoners are sent depending on their crimes; the most dangerous and insanely powerful criminals are sent to Level 6, and the less dangerous to Levels 1-5.
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Magellan (マゼラン Mazeran?) is the Chief Warden of Impel Down. Magellan ate a paramecia Devil Fruit called the Venom-Venom Fruit (ドクドクの実 Doku Doku no Mi?) that allows him to generate and manipulate poison such as breathing simple and minor toxic gas to put subordinates in place, blowing tear gas-bubbles to stun the opponents, or create an extremely fatal liquid poison. Because of the fruit's powers, Magellan is immune to all types of poison. The poison also gives his food flavor. The ends of Magellan's horns that are detachable, and can be worn like gloves over his fingers for slashing. Magellan's biggest quirk is that, although his Devil Fruit power gives him immunity from actually being poisoned, it doesn't spare him from diarrhea caused from eating poisoned food. As a result, he spends approximately ten hours each day in the bathroom relieving himself and eight hours sleeping. Though he only performs roughly four hours of duty per day as Chief Warden of Impel Down, he still takes his role quite seriously and does not tolerate the prisoners' bad behavior, as he has permission to execute any one of them he sees fit. Magellan also takes great pride in keeping Impel Down's reputation of being impenetrable and inescapable. Magellan seems to find it amusing whenever someone he doesn't particularly like gets poisoned or suffocated by his powers. He is voiced by Mitsuaki Hoshino in the Japanese version.
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Hannyabal (ハンニャバル Hannyabaru?) is the Vice Warden of Impel Down. Hannyabal has a habit of saying he owns everything and then having to apologize afterwards for getting ahead of himself. He does this because he is an ambitious person. He also seems to be prone to freudian slips, which often give insight to his previously mentioned, ambitious qualities and his somewhat dark brand of humor. Hannyabal usually tries to show off how tough he really is to the prisoners, which is the reason he is admired amongst the guards. Hannyabal cares more about his own position than the security and welfare of the prison, however he seems only willing to let prisoners escape if they are relatively harmless and show genuine concern when powerful prisoners try to escape. Despite his seemingly lack of seriousness most of the time, due to his desire to get Magellan fired, Hannyabal may get serious when the situation gets to the extreme, especially if he risks getting fired too. His weapon of choice is a kessui (a double bladed naginata). If Hannybal spins it wildly, it create flames to deter any opponent. He is voiced by Tetsuo Goto in the Japanese version.
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Sadie (セイディ Seidi?) is one out of the two Chief Guards of Impel Down. Sadie is a sadistic person who enjoys bringing pain and torture to others, including Marine allies, and can't seem to get enough of their screams, getting sexually excited hearing them. She also seems to have extreme pride in the virtually perfect defenses of Impel Down, and refuses the assistance of the Marines. She also tends to add an "mmmmm--!?" in the middle of her sentences. Sadie greatly resembles a dominatrix in design and personality. In battle, Sadie uses a thin, torturing whip. She is voiced by Yuka Koyama in the Japanese version.
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Saldeath (サルデス Sarudesu?) is one out of the two Chief Guards of Impel Down. Saldeath is not nearly as brutal as the other workers of Impel Down, telling his captives that they should be thankful they were captured by him. Nevertheless, he takes the position bestowed upon him in Impel Down very seriously. He is easily annoyed when Luffy constantly mistakes him for a monkey. Saldeath wields a trident. He is voiced by Kazuya Nakai in the Japanese version.
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The Four Emperors (四皇 Yonkō?) are the most powerful pirates in the New World. They form a precarious Balance of Power with The Seven Warlords of the Sea and the Marine Headquarters that keeps the world at peace. The group consists of "Shanks", "Whitebeard",ch.432 "Kaido",ch.483 and "Big Mom".ch.432
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The Red-Haired Pirates (赤髪海賊団 Akagami Kaizokudan?) are a strong crew ruling over the New World, led by Captain Shanks. This crew is responsible for influencing both Monkey D. LuffyScript error and Usopp. The name of their ship is "Red Force" (レッド・フォース号 Reddo Fōsu-gō?)
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Captain Shanks (シャンクス Shankusu?), nicknamed "Red-Haired" Shanks (「赤髪のシャンクス」 "Akagami no Shankusu"?), is the captain of the Red-Haired Pirates and one of the Four Emperors.ch.432 Shanks is one of the most laid back characters in the world of One Piece, preferring to take his time as he and his crew travels around the world rather than rushing from one place to another. Shanks isn't cruel like many other pirate captains, nor does he rule over his crew with fear to gain respect. His friendly nature means he won't purposely seek to harm others. Shanks doesn't seem to mind what happens to himself; he'll take others throwing food and drink or spitting on him without fighting back and laugh with his crew at his own misfortunes. However he would never forgive anyone for attacking a friend. Shanks is a former member of the Roger Pirates,ch.506 where he had a rivalry with Buggy.ch.19 At the beginning of the series, Shanks loses his left arm while saving 7-year-old Luffy's life, and afterwards entrusts the boy with his favorite straw hat.ch.1 Shanks is a skilled swordsman. Before he lost his arm, he used to have frequent duels with Dracule Mihawk. He also has King Ambition, which allows him to render beings of weak determination in his proximity unconscious. Shanks recently appeared during the Battle of Marineford, with the purpose of bringing it to an end.ch.434 Oda states that Shanks is the One Piece character that most resembles himself, because of his fun-loving, partying nature.ch.221 He is voiced by Shūichi Ikeda in Japanese version of the anime.ep.4 In the English dubs, he is voiced by Tom Souhrada for 4Kidsep.4, and by Brandon Potter for Funimation.ep.4
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Ben Beckman (ベン・ベックマン Ben Bekkuman?) is the first mate of the Red-Haired Pirates. Beckman appears to be a lot less fun-loving than the other members of the crew and a lot more relaxed, acting as the level headed member. At times he seems amazed at the actions of Shanks, such as panicking when Luffy was taken, or getting even more drunk when he had already drunk a lot before hand when Mihawk brought news of Luffy's coming. He is first to speak out amongst the crew when they appear. He is also the first to ask questions on situations, such as whether the World Government would try to stop them seeing Whitebeard. Beckman carries a flintlock rifle with him, but he uses it more as a club of some sort than firing it. Beckman appears to have some sort of unknown special power that can be used in conjunction with the gun. He is voiced by Aruno Tahara in the Japanese version. In the English dub, he is voiced by Sean Hennigan for Funimation.
Yasopp (ヤソップ Yasoppu?) is the sharpshooter of the Red-Haired Pirates, and the father of Usopp and husband of Banchina. He shares many personality traits with his son, including being able to encourage the rest of his crew to join in with his fun. He is very proud of his son Usopp, to the point where he would often talk over and over again about his son to Luffy (which led Luffy to recognize Usopp on sight from Yasopp's stories alone). During his time in Luffy's village Yasopp felt close to Luffy, who was the same age as Usopp, because he was separated from his son Usopp. Yasopp is portrayed as a virtually unequaled sharpshooter, capable of shooting the antennas off an ant at 100 feet without harming the rest of it. Being a sniper, Yasopp carries guns around with him almost all the time. He is mostly seen carrying a musket, likely from personal preference. He is voiced by Michitaka Kobayashi in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, he is voiced by Jason Anthony Griffith for 4Kids, and by Scott Freeman for Funimation.
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Lucky Roux (ラッキー・ルウ Rakkī Rū?) is a member of the Red-Haired Pirates. Lucky appears to be a very fun loving pirate who is often seen hanging around Yasopp. He is the first person to actually kill someone in One Piece and sets the stage for the series; a pirate's life is a dangerous one. Lucky also has a very large appetite as he is seen swallowing a whole barrel of sake by himself. He is almost always shown with a large grin even during the war, holding a large rack of meat in at least one hand.ch.42 Reports of Lucky being the fastest man in the world has been passed off as a myth and hasn't been confirmed to this date. So far, Lucky has been seen using a flintlock as his weapon of choice. He is voiced by Jin Domon in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, he is voiced by David Brimmer for 4Kids, and by John Burgmeier for Funimation.
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Rockstar (ロックスター Rokkusutā?), nicknamed "Rookie" (ルーキー Rūkī?), is a member of the Red-Haired Pirates.ch.25 Before joining the Red-Haired Pirates, he claimed to have been once a famous and big-time pirate of a different pirate crew. Rockstar is a confident member of Shanks' crew who seems to have a lot of pride. When he was insulted by Whitebeard's men, he wanted to fight them because they had damaged his honor. He also tried to use the strength of his captain to back up the importance of a letter he delivered to Whitebeard. He seems very loyal to his captain, sticking up for him in front of Whitebeard. So far, Rockstar's fighting abilities have not been seen yet. Rockstar's current bounty is 94,000,000 Berries. He was voiced by Daisuke Gōri in Japanese version, but with the passing of Gōri, his new voice actor has yet to be named. In the English dub, he is voiced by Andrew Chandler for Funimation.
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The Whitebeard Pirates (白ひげ海賊団 Shirohige Kaizokudan?) are the strongest pirate crew in the world. They are led by Captain Whitebeard, also known as by his real name, Captain Edward Newgate, who was the only person to have ever tied with Gol D. Roger in a fight. The Whitebeard Pirates are divided into sixteen divisions of one hundred men, each led by a high ranking Whitebeard Pirate. Following the death of Whitebeard, their fate is as of yet unknown. Script errorThe name of their ship is "Moby Dick" (モビーディック号 Mobī Dikku-gō?)
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Captain Whitebeard (白ひげ Shirohige?), his real name is Edward Newgate (エドワード・ニューゲート Edowādo Nyūgēto?), is the captain of the Whitebeard Pirates, one of the Four Emperorsch.432, and regarded as the world's strongest pirate.ch.234 Whitebeard is a very large human with a large white mustache in the shape of an upward bound crescent moon. He is usually seen attached to medical equipment and surrounded by nurses. Fighting with a bisento as his weapon,ch.434 he was the only man who was able to match Gol D. Roger in combat and is the one closest to obtaining his treasure, "One Piece."ch.233 Whitebeard ate a paramecia Devil Fruit called the Tremor-Tremor Fruit (グラグラの実 Gura Gura no Mi?), which allows him to create shock waves powerful enough to cause earthquakes, tsunamis and even split an island in two. He also has King Ambition. Fleet Admiral Sengoku even claims that Whitebeard's powers could destroy the world.ch.552 He considers all his crewmen as his sons and will protect them with all his might if they are threatened.ch.434 Whitebeard believes it is impossible to live in the world without humanity and justice.ch.434 However, in the "Battle of Marineford", Whitebeard is killed at the hands of the Blackbeard Pirates. He is voiced by Kinryu Arimoto in the Japanese version of the anime.ep.151 In the English dub, he is voiced by R. Bruce Elliott for Funimation.ep.151
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Marco (マルコ Maruko?), nicknamed "Phoenix" Marco (不死鳥のマルコ Fushichō no Maruko?), is the first division commander of the Whitebeard Piratesch.434, who, following Whitebeard's death, are now under his command. Marco appears to be a patient and calm, mild-mannered man. He also appears to be somewhat playful, pretending to be hurt from attack with obvious sarcasm, though he can also quickly become serious. Marco clearly cares for his crew because he warned them to stay back to avoid his Ambition. Marco also ate an unnamed mythical-creature zoan Devil Fruit that allows him to transform into a phoenix or phoenix-human hybrid.ch.554 He is voiced by Masakazu Morita in the Japanese version.
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Portgas D. Ace (ポートガス・D・エース Pōtogasu D. Ēsu?, "Portgaz D. Ace" in the Funimation subs, and "Portgaz D. Trace" in the edited dub), nicknamed "Fire Fist" Ace (火拳のエース Hiken no Ēsu?, Trace "Heat Fist" in the edited dub), is the second division commander of the Whitebeard Pirates, and he is Luffy's adopted older brother.ch.157,159 Though it is implied at first that he is the son of Monkey D. Dragonch.525, but he is actually the son of Gol D. Roger and Portgas D. Rouge (ポートガス・D・ルージュ Pōtogasu D Rūju?, "Portgaz D. Rouge" in the Funimation subs).ch.550 Rejecting his biological male parent, he only recognizes Whitebeard as his father and took the surname of his mother, because he owes her a great debt.ch.525 To conceal his existence from the World Government, Rouge carried him for twenty months before giving birth. Afterwards, she died from exhaustion.ch.550 Ace ate a logia Devil Fruit called the Flame-Flame Fruit (メラメラの実 Mera Mera no Mi?, "Flare-Flare Fruit" in the 4Kids dub) which allows him to manipulate, create, and transform into fire.ch.159 He is also able to have Ambition (覇気 Haki?). Ace habitually falls asleep in the middle of meals or conversations, a trait also seen with Luffy and Garp.ch.157,233 His back bears the mark of Whitebeard–a skull with a white mustache superimposed over a manji.ch.157 The manji was changed to crossbones in the anime and in later chapters of the manga.ch.440,ep.94Ace was a also the former captain of the "Spade Pirates". At the Battle of Marineford, Ace's fire was no match for Admiral Akainu's magma powers. Ace eventually sacrifices his life to protect Luffy, much to Luffy's horror. Ace ranked in the Top 10 of both Shōnen Jump character popularity polls since the character's introduction. He is voiced by Toshio Furukawa in the Japanese version of the anime.ep.91 In the English dubs, he is voiced by Frank Frankson for 4Kidsep.59, and by Travis Willingham for Funimation.ep.145
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Jozu (ジョズ?), nicknamed "Diamond" Jozu (ダイヤモンド・ジョズ Daiyamondo Jozu?), is the third division commander of the Whitebeard Pirates.ch.434 Jozu is a gruff, fairly quiet individual who tends to point out info to his crewmates. He appears to be quite unrelenting to his enemies as he had no qualms in attempting to strike an almost-downed enemy a second time immediately after a first hit. He is very loyal to Whitebeard and his crew. Jozu ate an unnamed, unknown class Devil Fruit that gives him the ability to greatly increase his offensive and defensive powers. Jozu's already strong physical attacks and defenses are enhanced by the density of his diamond body.ch.553 His incredible durability was witnessed at the Battle of Marineford, where Jozu was able to withstand Dracule Mihawk's "strongest slash in the world". He is voiced by Takashi Nagasako in the Japanese version.
Thatch (サッチ Sacchi?) was the fourth division commander of the Whitebeard Pirates. Thatch was one of the first to try befriending Ace when he had arrived on the ship. Ace responded cynically, and questioned why he is not being held with shackles while on board of the Moby Dick, Thatch merely gave an amused look, as though he believes that was unnecessary. Thatch later found the Dark-Dark Fruit, the Devil Fruit that Blackbeard was after for a long time. This Devil Fruit was the very reason that Blackbeard joined the Whitebeard Pirates, so he killed Thatch and ran off with it, leaving his former commander, Ace, to hunt him down for revenge. All that is known about Thatch's fighting abilities, was that he was a swordsman.
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Vista (ビスタ Bisuta?), nicknamed "Flower Sword" (花剣 Kaken?), is the fifth division commander of the Whitebeard Pirates.ch.561 Like all division commanders of the Whitebeard Pirates, Vista seems to be very loyal to Whitebeard. He also seems to be modest. Vista is a tall man with a curly mustache and a top hat that resembles a stereotypical villain. Vista is a swordsman that dual-wields katana swords. He seems to be a swordsman of world renown, shown by the fact that Dracule Mihawk commented that only a fool would not know Vista's name. Vista lives up to his reputation, and was capable of matching Mihawk in sword combat. Vista is also capable of using Ambition.
Blamenco (ブラメンコ Buramenko?) is the sixth division commander of the Whitebeard Pirates. Blamenco is a short but muscular man with large lips and has pockets under his chin, possibly on his chest. He dons a standard sash as a belt, tucked inside the loops of his overalls. Blamenco is extremely strong as his weapon of choice is a gigantic mallet twice the size of his body. Blamenco ate an unnamed paramecia Devil Fruit that allows him to store objects in pockets on his body, regardless of the objects size.
Rakuyou, the 7th division commander, is a man with blonde dreadlocks who wields a spiked ball and chain. Namur, the 8th division commander, is a shark-type Fishman wearing a T-shirt who is adept in hand-to-hand combat. Blenheim, the 9th division commander, is a huge and muscular commander with a ponytail, roughly the size of Whitebeard, who possesses great strength and who wielded a large sword at one point. Curiel, the 10th division commander, is a man with glasses, a helmet, and ear protectors, who is armed with guns and cannons. Kingdew, the 11th division commander, is a muscular blonde-haired man who sports large iron gauntlets. Haruta, the 12th division commander, presumably the only female commander, is a short woman with brown hair who wields a short saber. "Water Buffalo" Atmos, the 13th division commander, is a large man in a bull-horn helmet who wields two swords. Speed Jiru, the 14th division commander, is a somewhat round man wearing a fez who wields a jousting lance and a shield. Fossa, the 15th division commander, is a muscular man with a mustache who is always seen smoking a cigar, who wields a sword that he can somehow engulf in flames. Izou, the 16th division commander, is presumably a cross-dressing man dressed up as a stereotypical geisha, who wields dual flintlock pistols.
There are forty-three infamous pirate captains (and so their crews) from the New World who has a friendly relationship with Whitebeard Pirates. The most known and only shown at the moment are "Bohemian Knight" Douma (ドーマ Dōma?) (who fought against Ace in the past, and his defeat under him gives Luffy's brother his rank as 2nd Division Commander), "Thunder Lord" McGuy (マクガイ Makugai?) (a powerful man with a lightning bolt shaped black mustache), the Decalvan Brothers (ディカルバン兄弟 Dikaruban Kyōdai?) (a pair of ugly twins), "Great Whirlpool Spider" Squard (スクアード Sukuādo?) (a man who fought in the past against Gol D. Roger whose crew was eliminated by the Pirate King), the "Little" Oars Jr. (オーズJr. Ōzu Jr.?) (descendant from Oars, the most powerful zombie of Gecko Moria's army) and the "Ice Witch" Whitey Bay (ホワイティ・ベイ Howaiti Bei?) (a beautiful woman commanding an icebreaker ship). They were all under command of Whitebeard during his war against the Marines and The Seven Royal Warlords of the Sea. During this war Monkey D. Luffy, Emporio Ivankov, Buggy and Galdino became too allies of Whitebeard. The Warlord Jimbei is also an ally of Whitebeard as he refused to battle against him and lost his title as a Warlord of the Sea. In the past Whitebeard freed his people from the World Government.
Kaido (カイドウ Kaidō?) is one of the Four Emperors. Not much is known about Kaido's personality, but he appears to be a ruthless warrior, slaying Gecko Moria's entire crew ten years ago and was planning to attack Whitebeard during the latter's attempt to save Ace from execution. As one of the Four Emperors, Kaido is one of the strongest pirates in the world. He attempted to take Whitebeard's life, which is something that few would dare, and managed to clash with Shanks. He also once fought on equal grounds against the Warlord, Moria, until he somehow gained the upper hand and became victorious.
Big Mom (ビッグ・マム Biggu Mamu?) is one of the Four Emperors. As one of the Four Emperors, Big Mom is one of the four (now three, due to Whitebeard's death) most powerful pirates in the world. Along with Kaido, Big Mom has yet to make an actual appearance.
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The "Revolutionary Army" (革命軍 Kakumeigun?) is an army of globally operating revolutionaries, openly aiming to overthrow the World Government. To that end, they incite revolutions in countries around the world.
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Monkey D. Dragon (モンキー・D・ドラゴン Monkī D. Doragon?), nicknamed "World's Most Dangerous Criminal" (世界最悪の犯罪者 Sekai Saiaku no Hanzaisha?) and "Revolutionary" Dragon (革命家ドラゴン Kakumeika Doragon?), is the infamous Revolutionary leader who has been attempting to overthrow the World Government, but is known to the public only as Dragon.ch.432 Also unknown to the public are his family ties; he is the son of Garp and father of Luffy.ch.432 Dragon's personality is mostly unknown due to the many mysteries surrounding him, save for an apparent love for freedom and a belief in fate, traits of a D. But unlike the other people with the Spirit of D., he has a stern and serious demeanor, however in all of his appearances thus far, except at Gol D. Roger's execution, he is seen with a smug grin on his face. Dragon speaks as though he is a mystic of sorts and apparently doesn't like to speak of, or be asked about, his past. He also has a strange habit of always looking towards the East Blue when in the wind. Dragon is the World Government's greatest enemy and is the most wanted man in the world. It is also strongly hinted that Dragon was behind the events at Logue Town, such as causing a lightning bolt, the sudden, severe rain, and blowing strong winds. Whether or not these attributes are from a Devil Fruit that may allow him to control the weather, or if it was even the result of his own power, is unknown. He is voiced by Hidekatsu Shibata in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, he is voiced by Dan Green for 4Kids, and by Bryan Massey for Funimation.
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Emporio Ivankov (エンポリオ・イワンコフ Enporio Iwankofu?), nicknamed "Miracle Person" (奇跡の人 Kiseki no Hito?), is a Revolutionary commander, and queen of the "Kamabakka Queendom" on "Peachy Island". Ivankov is an effeminate, cross-dressing man. He also has a tendency to proclaim the exact opposite of a statement he has just said, with people believing this is his sense of humor (such as saying that he wouldn't mind being called "crap", before hastily announcing that he would not be referred to as such). He also believes that people should be what they want to be whether it be a man, woman, or both. Ivankov is very loud and open, even perverse, and often shouts "Hee Haw!". Ivankov ate a paramecia Devil Fruit called the Horm-Horm Fruit (ホルホルの実 Horu Horu no Mi?), which allows him to control the hormones of the human body. For example, he can remodel a human from the inside, which allows them to change all physical aspects, including: sex, growth, skin pigment, and many other things.ch.537–539 Ivankov has shown his own martial arts style, called the "Newkama Kenpo". He was voiced by Norio Imamura, but was later replaced by Mitsuo Iwata in the Japanese version. - Ivankov also bears a strong resemblance to Dr. Frank-N-Furter.
Inazuma (イナズマ?) is a Revolutionary commander and is a servant for the "Kamabakka Queendom" on "Peachy Island".ch.539 As a male, Inazuma is mostly serious, calm and level-headed, almost emotionless. He only shows emotions during critical moments. As a female, Inazuma is warm and cheerful, in sharp contrast with her male persona. While Inazuma's appearance is different depending on the current gender, Inazuma's basic appearance is the same for both genders. He dresses in clothes and has hair that is orange on one side and is white on the other side. Inazuma ate a paramyhtia Devil Fruit called the Snip-Snip Fruit (チョキチョキの実 Choki Choki no Mi?) and thus gained the ability to turn his hands into anything-cutting, giant scissors, and to deform things cut with them as if they were paper.ch.540 He is voiced by Kenji Hamada (male) and Umeka Shōji (female) in the Japanese version.
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The Eleven Supernovas (11人の超新星 Jūichinin no Chōshinsei?) is a term that refers to the top rookie Pirates, with bounties over 100,000,000 Berries who arrived at the "Sabaody Archipelago". The Eleven Supernovas are Eustass Kid, Monkey D. Luffy, Basil Hawkins, X. Drake, Trafalgar Law, Scratchmen Apoo, Killer, Jewelry Bonney, Roronoa Zoro, and Urouge.
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The Kid Pirates (キッド海賊団 Kiddo Kaizokudan?) are an infamous and notable rookie pirate crew led by Captain Eustass Kid, and were introduced on the Sabaody Archipelago during the time the Straw Hat Pirates arrived there. The name of their ship is unknown.
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Captain Eustass Kid (ユースタス・キッド Yūsutasu Kiddo?) is the captain of the Kid Pirates, and one of the Eleven Supernovas. Kid is notorious for causing a huge amount of civilian casualties. He is generally either angry or making sarcastic jokes. When he feels that he's been insulted, he is quick to resort to violence, like attacking people for apparently for staring at him. Oddly, Kid seems to be quite sensitive to being mocked, insulted, or glanced at. Despite Kid's violent nature, he knows how to restrain himself when in a tight situation. Kid ate an unnamed paramecia Devil Fruit connected to magnetism. He can attract metal to both arms, and he is able to repel metal using both arms as well. Kid can also use his power to levitate hundreds of metallic weapons and various metal objects, which can gather and connect to his right hand, taking the shape of a giant arm, which possesses a hand and fingers. Kid's current bounty is 315,000,000 Berries. He is voiced by Daisuke Namikawa in the Japanese version.
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Killer (キラー Kirā?), nicknamed "Massacre Soldier" (殺戮武人 Satsuriku Bujin?), is a member of the Kid Pirates, and one of the Eleven Supernovas. Like the rest of Kid's crew, Killer comes across as both level-headed and mildly arrogant; where in the former case, probably more so than their captain ever will. Of course, this does not mean he is not as enticed towards violence as anybody else on the crew. He also remains fairly silent during combat, and tends to focus on the elimination of his enemies. Killer's weapon of choice are dual hand curved blades that are capable of spinning, or used for cutting. Killer's current bounty is 162,000,000 Berries. He is voiced by Kenji Hamada in the Japanese version.
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The Hawkins Pirates (ホーキンス海賊団 Hōkinsu Kaizokudan?) are an infamous and notable rookie pirate crew led by Captain Basil Hawkins, and were introduced on the Sabaody Archipelago around the time the Straw Hat Pirates arrived there. The name of their ship is unknown.
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Captain Basil Hawkins (バジル・ホーキンス Bajiru Hōkinsu?), nicknamed "Magician" (魔術師 Majutsushi?), is the captain of the Hawkins Pirates, and one the Eleven Supernovas. Hawkins portrays himself in a noble and enigmatic manner. In particular, he has a notion about foretelling the fate of everything that he sees. He notes the potential of death and fate in things from a person's clothing to other pirates. He also remains completely calm regardless of the situation. Hawkins also appears to be against the idea of needless violence. Hawkins ate an unnamed paramecia Devil Fruit that enables him to redirect any physical damage inflicted upon him to another person using straw voodoo dolls, leaving him unharmed but forcing his victim to suffer what he would have felt. Although the number of voodoo dolls that Hawkins keeps on his person is finite. Hawkins's current bounty is 249,000,000 Berries. He is voiced by Shigenori Soya in the Japanese version.
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The Drake Pirates (ドレーク海賊団 Dorēku Kaizokudan?) are an infamous and notable rookie pirate crew led by Captain X. Drake, and were discovered on the Sabaody Archipelago around the time the Straw Hat Pirates arrived there. The name of their ship is unknown.
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Captain X. Drake (X・ドレーク X Dorēku?), nicknamed "Red Flag" (赤旗 Aka Hata?), is the captain of the Drake Pirates, and one the Eleven Supernovas. Drake was actually a former Marine Rear Admiral who turned pirate, simply to see what the other side is like. Drake appears to be a pirate who avoids needless violence especially if he knows that it would cause too much attention. He has an dead-serious disposition at all times, he is also, observant and patient. Drake also seems to have a sense of curiosity, as when he betrayed the Marines to become a pirate. He is also the type of person who does not care who he fights with, just as long as they take down their common enemy. Drake wields a four bladed axe and a saber sword for combat. He also ate an unnamed zoan Devil Fruit giving him the ability to transform into a tyrannosaurus or tyrannosaurus-human hybrid. Drake's current bounty is 222,000,000 Berries. He is voiced by Eiji Takemoto in the Japanese version.
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The Heart Pirates (ハートの海賊団 Hāto no Kaizokudan?) are an infamous and notable rookie pirate crew led by Captain Trafalgar Law, and were discovered on the Sabaody Archipelago around the time the Straw Hat Pirates arrived there. The name of their submarine ship is unknown.
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Captain Trafalgar Law (トラファルガー・ロー Torafarugā Rō?), nicknamed "Surgeon of Death" (死の外科医 Shi no Gekai?), is the captain and doctor of the Heart Pirates, and one the Eleven Supernovas. Law is an extremely laid back person, who is nearly always seen grinning. He also has a more reckless attitude when faced against other pirates that the World Government has labeled as a higher threat. He is also unfailingly polite, usually referring to others as "Mr.", and appears to be honorable enough to refuse taking credit that is due to others. Law also appears to have a sense of honor (or at least respect for those he sees as potential rivals in the future), which is seen when he appears at Marineford and claims he will help Luffy, because it would be "too lame" if his future enemy were to die. Law ate an unnamed paramecia Devil Fruit that allows him to create a spherical territory of separating and spatially displacing anything and everything inside, such as sticking someone's head to a barrel. People separated by this ability aren't killed, and can still feel their separated parts, regardless of the distance they were separated from each other. Law also wields a nodachi sword for combat. Law's current bounty is 200,000,000 Berries. He is voiced by Hiroshi Kamiya in the Japanese version.
Bepo (ベポ?) is a member of the Heart pirates. Bepo is a talking polar bear, a fact which he is apparently sensitive about. Bepo tends to get depressed and apologizes whenever people bring on about his appearance. His crewmates also scolded him when he was wondering if Amazon Lily had female bears, much to their annoyance. Bepo is fairly strong, and is a martial artist that fights using kung fu. He is voiced by Yasuhiro Takato in the Japanese version.
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Jean Bart (ジャンバール Jan Bāru?) is a member of the Heart Pirates. Bart was originally introduced as Saint Roswald's slave, being part of his Pirate Captain Collection. However thanks to the Heart Pirates freeing him, Law gave him the choice of joining his crew, and Bart gladly accepted. Most of Bart's personality hasn't been revealed yet, but he seems to be a man of honor as he repaid his debt when joining the Heart Pirates. He also seems to be patient and calm. In battle, Bart is shown to be an immensely strong man. He is voiced by Yasunori Masutani in the Japanese version.
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The On Air Pirates (オンエア海賊団 On Ea Kaizokudan?) are an infamous and notable rookie pirate crew led by Captain Scratchmen Apoo, and were discovered on the Sabaody Archipelago around the time the Straw Hat Pirates arrived. The name of their ship is unknown.
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Captain Scratchmen Apoo (スクラッチメン・アプー Sukuracchimen Apū?), nicknamed "Roar of the Sea" (海鳴り Umi Nari?), is the captain of the On Air Pirates, and one the Eleven Supernovas. Being of the Longarm Tribe, one of Apoo's distinguishing traits is his incredibly long arms that possesses two elbow joints. Apoo seems to be a passive individual who would not seek to harm others without a good reason. As a result, he is normally defensive during confrontations. Apoo can be very ambiguous at times, meaning he cannot deny himself as audience to a good brawl, should the opportunity presents itself. Apoo ate an unnamed paramecia Devil Fruit connected with sound and music. This ability allows him to transform his body into various musical instruments which he can play. Furthermore, the ability also allows Apoo to release attacks based on various sounds. Apoo's current bounty is 198,000,000 Berries. He is voiced by Mitsuaki Madono in the Japanese version.
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The Bonney Pirates (ボニー海賊団 Bonī Kaizokudan?) are an infamous and notable rookie pirate crew led by Captain Jewelry Bonney, that debuted time on the Sabaody Archipelago around the time the Straw Hat Pirates arrived there. The name of their ship is unknown.
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Captain Jewelry Bonney (ジュエリー・ボニー Juerī Bonī?), nicknamed "Big Eater" (大喰らい Ō Gurai?), is the captain of the Bonney Pirates, and the only female of the Eleven Supernovas. Bonney is an extremely gluttonous person (but ironically, she still keeps her slim figure)with very poor table manners. She would, for instance, demand for more food, even though she hasn't finished her current meal. While she may have bad manners, she has some common sense. She knows when to fight and when to prevent trouble. Bonney also believes in the stereotypical view of what a pirate should be. Bonney ate an unnamed paramecia Devil Fruit that allows her to manipulate anyone's age, including herself, at will. Bonney's current bounty is 140,000,000 Berries. She is voiced by Reiko Kiuchi in the Japanese version.
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The Firetank Pirates (ファイアタンク海賊団 Faiatanku Kaizokudan?) are an infamous and notable rookie pirate crew led by Captain Capone Bege, and were discovered on the Sabaody Archipelago around the time the Straw Hat Pirates arrived there. The name of their ship is unknown.
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Captain Capone Bege (カポネ・ベッジ Kapone Bejji?), nicknamed Capone "Gang" Bege (カポネ・ギャング・ベッジ Capone Gyangu Bejji?), is the captain of the Firetank Pirates, and one the Eleven Supernovas. Capone is a man who likes good behavior and mannerisms. He is appalled by things like bad table manners and rudeness. He usually maintains a reserved and calm demeanor almost to the point of being cultured and sophisticated. However, he can be very impatient and ill-tempered and is not at all above injuring others, even his own crew, should they provoke his ire even the slightest. For so long as he's not agitated, he appears to be a pirate who prefers to avoid trouble where can be. Capone ate an unnamed paramythia Devil Fruit that allows him to contain large numbers of subordinates, summoning them whenever he pleases. It is currently unknown whether or not these people, animals, and objects were created by his own powers or were actually real and made miniature by his powers. Capone's current bounty is 138,000,000 Berries. He is voiced by Naoki Tatsuta in the Japanese version.
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The Fallen Monk (破戒僧海賊団 Hakaisō Kaizokudan?) are an infamous and notable rookie pirate crew led by Captain Urouge, and were discovered on the Sabaody Archipelago around the time the Straw Hat Pirates arrived there. The name of their ship is unknown.
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Captain Urouge (ウルージ Urūji?), nicknamed "Mad Monk" (怪僧 Kai Sō?), is the captain of the Fallen Monk Pirates, and one the Eleven Supernovas. Urouge is a big pirate, abundant in both height and width. He is also literally always seen with a huge smile on his face, even when he is unhappy. Not much is known about Urouge's personality, except that he somewhat friendly, but also a tough and challenging man. Urouge's weapon of choice is a large piece of a stone pillar with a hexagonal base. He also has an ability that increases the proportions of his body to an even bigger size. This ability also appears to increase his muscle mass, giving Urouge incredible physical strength. Whether this ability comes from a paramthia Devil Fruit or the Rokushiki power, Rebirth, is unknown. Urouge's current bounty is 108,000,000 Berries. He is voiced by Taiten Kusunoki in the Japanese version.
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The Blackbeard Pirates (黒ひげ海賊団 Kurohige Kaizokudan?) is a significantly powerful pirate crew and an antagonist group, led by Captain Blackbeard, also known as by his real name, Captain Marshall D. Teach. The ship they have been sailing last was a raft that was named "Marutabane", has been destroyed. The Blackbeard Pirates are currently looking for a new ship.
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Captain Blackbeard (黒ひげ Kurohige?), his real name is Marshall D. Teach (マーシャル・D・ティーチ Māsharu D. Tīchi?, "Marshall D. Teech" in the Shonen Jump releases and in the simulcast subs), is captain of the Blackbeard Pirates, and named after the real pirate Edward "Blackbeard" Teach.ch.474 The logia Devil Fruit called the Dark-Dark Fruit (ヤミヤミの実 Yami Yami no Mi?) grants him the ability to create and control darkness with the power of a black hole. Also, it has the ability to disable the devil fruit powers of others, as long as he is touching the person.ch.441 After killing Whitebeard, he also somehow stole the powers of the paramecia Devil Fruit called the Tremor-Tremor Fruit. As a former member of the Whitebeard Pirates,ch.159 he killed Thatch, 4th division commander of the Whitebeard Pirates, to get hold of the Dark-Dark Fruit he had sought for several decades.ch.440 For that reason, he was pursued by Ace who eventually confronts him.ch.159 After defeating Ace and turning him in to the World Government, he was appointed the replacement for Crocodile as a Warlord.ch.486 After appearing at Impel Down, Blackbeard reveals that the only reason he wanted the Warlord title was so he could gain the government's trust, pass through the Gates of Justice, and infiltrate Impel Down;ch.576 having done that, he claims he no longer needs it.ch.576 His ultimate goal, which he has already schemed, is to become King of the Pirates.ch.440 He was the only Warlord without an animal theme. He is voiced by Akio Ōtsuka in the Japanese version of the anime.ep.146 In the English dubs, he is voiced by Mike Pollock for 4Kids and by Cole Brown for Funimation.ep.146
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Van Auger (ヴァン･オーガー Van Ōgā?, "Van Ogre" in the edited dub), nicknamed "Supersonic" (音越 Otogoe?, "Hypersonic" in the edited dub), is a member and gunner of the Blackbeard Pirates. Augur is extremely calm and analytic even during battle. He, like his crewmates, is a heavy believer in fate. He is very loyal to Blackbeard and the rest of the crew. Van Auger uses a rifle called "Senriku" for battle. The rifle is extra long in length, and allows extraordinary long range shooting. His skills in accuracy seem to surpass Usopp's. Auger can shoot targets that are dozens of miles away, and can even tell the condition of the targets after he shot them. Another example of his extreme sharp-shooting skills is that he can shoot through the bullets of Impel Down and then through the barrels of their guns, destroying them. Auger did this in a matter of seconds. He is voiced by Masaya Takatsuka in the Japanese version. In the English dub, he is voiced by Barry Yandell for Funimation.
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Jesus Burgess (ジーザス･バージェス Jīzasu Bājesu?, "G. Zass Burgess" in the edited dub), nicknamed Champion (チャンピオン Chanpion?), is a member and helmsman of the Blackbeard Pirates. Burgess is brutish, very loud, and overbearing. Though has a serious nature as well. He seems to be overconfident, as he climbs buildings and challenges random people, proclaiming himself as the "Champion". He also appears to have an intense love of combat, wanting to test his skills out on anyone he finds. Burgess possesses incredible physical strength, like throwing an entire hotel across a great distance while jumping extremely high to reach his target. He is voiced by Tetsu Inada in the Japanese version. In the English dub, he is voiced by Phil Parsons for Funimation.
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Doc Q (ドクQ Doku Kyū?), nicknamed "Reaper" (死神 Shinigami?), is a member and doctor (though, ironically, he has a sick body and needs his horse, Stronger who is just as sick to get around.) of the Blackbeard pirates.ch.234 Doc Q, like the rest of his crew believes in fate, even though it seems to center more around the belief of luck. He seems to note when people are lucky or unlucky, and praises those with luck. He is very well aware of his sick body, but accepts it and even laughs about it. Doc Q is always seen traveling on the back of his horse Stronger. As he is, by his own admission, very sick, this trait is often shown on his expressions. Despite that, he also displays occasional smiles on matters he finds impressive. Doc Q has been seen carrying around scythe bags on his back. And so, Doc Q uses a double bladed scythe in combat. He is voiced by Naoya Uchida in the Japanese version. In the English dub, he is voiced by Kenny Green for Funimation.
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Stronger (ストロンガー Sutorongā?, "Strongheart" in the English manga) is the name of the horse that Doc Q rides on.ch.223 Because Doc Q is seemingly always sick, he rides on Stronger all the time, since the doctor tends to collapse if left unsupported for some time. However, Stronger is just as sick as he is, which can be seen as ironic, because horses are generally portrayed as an image of good health.
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Lafitte (ラフィット Rafitto?, "Rafitte" in the edited dub) is a member and navigator of the Blackbeard Pirates. During his tenure as a policeman, Lafitte was excessively cruel and violent, to the point of being exiled from the West Blue. In contradiction to his past, Lafitte now seems to be a calm and quiet individual. He has yet to show the cruelty of his past. He is also a heavy believer of luck, fate, and dreams. Lafitte seems to have eaten an unnamed, and unknown class Devil Fruit that allows him to transform his arms into wings and fly. It is also revealed that he also has the ability to hypnotize. This ability could possibly have some relationship to his Devil Fruit powers, but this is unconfirmed. Lafitte is a swordsman who possesses a shikomizue for his weapon of choice. He is voiced by Taiki Matsuno in the Japanese version. In the English dub, he is voiced by Christopher Bevins for Funimation.
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Shiryu (シリュウ Shiryū?), nicknamed Shiryu "of the Rain" (「雨のシリュウ」 Ame no Shiryū?), is a member of the Blackbeard Pirates.ch.549 Shiryu is a former Chief Guard of Impel Down until he was imprisoned in Level 6 for his excessive violence towards the prisoners. During the riot caused by Luffy and the Blackbeard Pirates, he was temporarily freed to deal with the latter. However, instead of dealing with the pirate, Shiryu aided them and decided to join Blackbeard's crew believing that it was fate that brought Blackbeard to him, and that fate told him to join the crew. Shiryu is extremely sadistic and seems to enjoy killing people any time he can. He massacred many prisoners within the walls of Impel Down. He also killed his subordinates right after being released from prison, while giving a sarcastic apology. Shiryu is a master swordsman and is extremely proficient with his nodachi sword. He is voiced by Takayuki Sugō in the Japanese version.
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San Juan Wolf (サンファン・ウルフ Sanfan Urufu?), nicknamed "Great Battleship" (大戦艦 Taisen Kan?), is a member of the Blackbeard Pirates and was originally one of the legendary criminals who was given a life sentence in Level 6 of Impel Down. He was eventually freed from prison by the Blackbeard Pirates, and since then became a member of their crew. Despite being known for committing crimes that caused his existence to be erased from history, Wolf seems to have a playful attitude, as seen when commenting that he was found when he was trying to hide behind Marine Headquarters at Marineford. He is also quite shy, as he acts scared when people realize who he is and continues hiding while the rest of the crew fights Whitebeard. In fact, Wolf was the only person there who did not fight in that war. Wolf is the largest giant in the world, but his combat abilities are unknown.
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Vasco Shot (バスコ・ショット Basuko Shotto?), nicknamed "Heavy Drinker" Vasco Shot (大酒のバスコ・ショット Ōzake no Basuko Shotto?), is a member of the Blackbeard Pirates and was originally one of the legendary criminals who was given a life sentence in Level 6 of Impel Down. He was eventually freed from prison by the Blackbeard Pirates, and since then became a member of their crew. Vasco appears to have a very vicious personality as he asked Blackbeard for permission to kill all the people at Marineford regardless of their strength. True to his moniker, he is also always been seen chugging on a large gourd of sake upon his introduction and has a drunk appearance from it. He seems to wear the gourd on his back. Vasco's fighting abilities are completely unknown.
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Catalina Devon (カタリーナ・デボン Katarīna Debon?), nicknamed "Crescent Moon Hunter" (若月狩り Mikazuki-gari?), is the only female member of the Blackbeard Pirates and was originally one of the legendary criminals who was given a life sentence in Level 6 of Impel Down. She was eventually freed from prison by the Blackbeard Pirates, and since then became a member of their crew. Devon appears to be an older woman, possibly in her 40s to 50s, but with her hair in a set of girlish pigtails. Not much is known about her personality as to date. Although, when the marines recognized her for the first time she mentioned that she "liked them too" which suggests that she is a somewhat sarcastic person. Her fighting abilities have not yet been shown, but she is seen welding a spear.
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Avalo Pizarro (アバロ・ピサロ Abaro Pisaro?), nicknamed "Corrupt King" (悪政王 Akusei-Ō?), is a member of the Blackbeard Pirates and was originally one of the legendary criminals who was given a life sentence in Level 6 of Impel Down. He was eventually freed from prison by the Blackbeard Pirates, and since then became a member of their crew. So far in all of his appearances, Pizarro is always seen smiling, even when attacking his enemies. He also seems some nostalgic about things, and has a tendency to say "meow" at the end of his sentences. Pizarro's fighting abilities have not yet been seen, but there are spiral shaped objects are attached to his arms, and could be the resemblance of drills. Whether or not these are part of a Devil Fruit power or not, remains unknown.
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The Alabasta Kingdom (アラバスタ王国 Arabasuta Oukoku?) is a desert kingdom in the Grand Line. The events here earned Monkey D. Luffy a 100,000,000 Berry bounty, and Roronoa Zoro a 60,000,000 Berry bounty. It is also incredibly important as it is where Pluton was last located according to the Poneglyphs.
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Nefertari Cobra (ネフェルタリ・コブラ Neferutari Kobura?, "Nefeltari Cobra" in the English manga, and "Nefeltari Nebra" in the 4Kids dub) is the King of Alabasta and Vivi's father. Cobra is very wise and fair, and cares deeply for his kingdom and people even though they rebelled against him. He is compassionate toward his subjects, but does not go too far in doing so, as when Koza demands that he use Dance Powder, he explains that other countries need rain. He can be humble and self-sacrificing as a king, bowing before the Straw Hat Pirates in the bath for helping his daughter, justifying it by saying that without his clothes, he does not have his status as a king, and is doing it as a father. Cobra is charitable, paying to support the citizens of Koza's village out of the Royal Family's living expenses. He is voiced by Iemasa Kayumi in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, he is voiced by David Zen Mansley for 4Kids, and by Kyle Hebert for Funimation.
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Nefertari Vivi (ネフェルタリ・ビビ Neferutari Bibi?, "Nefeltari Vivi" in the English manga and the 4Kids dub), first introduced under the codename of "Ms. Wednesday" (ミス・ウェンズデー Misu Wenzudē?) (a Frontier Agent) while infiltrating Baroque Works, is the princess of the Alabasta Kingdom,ch.110 and daughter of King Nefertari Cobra. Vivi's closet friend is her spot-billed duck Karoo who she rides through Alabasta. She is a weak fighter but cannot bear to abandon anyone even if it means her own deathch.177 and as long as there is a chance of saving everyone from a dangerous situation, she is willing to risk countless lives to do it.ch.198 During the time she travels with the Straw Hat Pirates, she develops a strong bond with the crew and is tempted to follow them on their adventure. However, because of her feelings for her country and its people, she decides against it.ch.216 Vivi's weapon of choice are dual kujakki. She is voiced by Misa Watanabe in the Japanese version of the anime.ep.62 In the English dubs, she is voiced by Karen Neil for 4Kidsep.47, and by Caitlin Glass for Funimation.
Karoo (カルー Karū?) is Vivi's pet spot-billed duck, a fast-footed riding bird (one of the fastest modes of transportation available in Alabasta). Karoo is very loyal to Vivi as well as to her friends The Straw Hat Pirates. He acts very unique as he does sometimes exactly what he is told, like giving his hand, or doing exactly something opposite like drinking all his water although Vivi tells him to conserve his water in the desert. He is voiced by Hiroaki Hirata in Japanese version. In the English dubs, he is voiced by Michael Haigney for 4Kids, and by Monica Rial for Funimation.
Igaram (イガラム Igaramu?) is the commander of the Alabasta Royal Guard, and husband of Terracotta. Igaram is extremely loyal to Vivi and he's prepared to give his life for her. He is also extremely worried about her when her life is threatened. He and Princess Vivi infiltrated Baroque Works in order to learn the organization's true boss and objectives. He was known as a Frontier Agent, under the codename of "Mr. 8" (ミスター・エイト Misutā Eito?), of Baroque Works before being exposed. Igaram fights with a saxophone that shoots bullets when played, and he also has small machine guns hidden in his hair that fire when he pulls his neck tie. He is also good with disguises. He is voiced by Keiichi Sonobe in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, he is voiced by David Wills for 4Kids, and by Rob Mungle for Funimation.
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Pell (ペル Peru?), nicknamed "Peregrine Falcon" (ハヤブサ Hayabusa?), is one of the two head guards of Alabasta. Pell has a great sense of honor and respect, and protects the royal family. Pell appears to have a soft side, gently conversing with Vivi as a child when she asked about his role as a guardian. He also seemed to have shown his strong loyalty to Alabasta, as he selflessly sacrificed him life to save the country from the exploding time bomb Crocodile had set. However, Pell survived the explosion. He ate a zoan Devil Fruit called the Bird-Bird Fruit, Model: Falcon (トリトリの実 モデル：隼 ファルコン Tori Tori no Mi, Model: Falcon?, "Tweet-Tweet Fruit, Falcon Type", and "Tweet-Tweet Fruit" in the 4Kids dub), and thus can transform into a falcon or falcon-human hybrid. Also in combat, Pell uses machine guns. He is voiced by Kenji Nojima in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, he is voiced by Marc Diraison for 4Kids, and by Kevin M. Connolly for Funimation.
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Chaka (チャカ Chaka?), nicknamed "Jackal" (ジャッカル Jakkaru?), is one of two head guards of Alabasta. Chaka is always stern and rigorous. He's very loyal to the Royal Family, and he's willing to give up his life in order to protect them. He cares very much for his best friend, Pell. Chaka ate a zoan Devil Fruit called the Dog-Dog Fruit, Model: Jackal (イヌイヌの実 モデル：ジャッカル Inu Inu no Mi, Model: Jackal?, "Mutt-Mutt Fruit: Jackal Mode" in the English manga, and "Mutt-Mutt Fruit: Jackal Strike" in the 4Kids dub) that allows him to transform into a jackal or jackal-human hybrid. Chaka is also a skilled swordsman using a spatha sword as his weapon of choice. He is voiced by Kihachiro Uemura in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, he is voiced by Scottie Ray for 4Kids, and by Robert McCollum for Funimation.
Koza (コーザ Kōza?) is Vivi's childhood friend, and son of Toto and Aswa. Short tempered, Koza does not hesitate to break rules if they go against what he considers just. Natural born leader, he was the leader of the Sand Sand Clan when he was a kid, and later took the head of the rebel army. Courageous, (as a kid, he did not hesitate to attack a bandit who was threatening Vivi), he always tries to protect his friends, his village or his country when he thinks they are in danger. Koza is also a decent fighter, as he is a swordsman who uses a jian sword in combat. He is voiced by Takeshi Kusao in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, he is voiced by Jonathan Todd Ross for 4Kids, and by Todd Haberkorn for Funimation.
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Toto (トト Toto?, "Toh-Toh" in the English manga, and "Tutu" in the 4Kids dub) is Koza's father, and Aswa's husband. Originally, Toto was deeply afraid of Cobra, due to the great distance between his and the king's social statuses. He was usually afraid that Cobra would enact some great punishment of sorts if ever he or his son, Koza, would step out of place. However after getting to know Cobra and his daughter, Vivi, personally, Toto came to admire Cobra. The two had become good friends and ever since then Toto had great faith in Cobra. He is voiced by Masaaki Tsukada in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, he is voiced by Sean Schemmel for 4Kids, and by Jerry Russell for Funimation.
Aswa (アスワ Asuwa?) was Koza's mother and Toto's wife. It's not known what happened to her in the current story, as she does not appear with Toto in Yuba and does not appear to support Koza. She doesn't make an appearance in the entire Alabasta Revolution. It could be assumed that Aswa died at some point in the storyline. In the English dub, she was voiced by Maeghan Albach for Funimation.
Terracotta (テラコッタ Terakotta?) is the Royal Head Chef, and wife of Igaram. Terracotta looks almost identical to Igaram which prompts some characters to accuse her of being Igaram in drag. Like Igaram, Terracotta is also good with disguises. She is voiced by Keiichi Sonobe in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, she is voiced by David Wills for 4Kids, and by Antimere Robinson for Funimation.
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The Buggy Pirates (バギー海賊団 Bagī Kaizokudan?) are a band of pirates, led by Captain Buggy. While the Buggy Pirates have an average number of crewmates, Buggy managed to recruit some of the Impel Down breakout convicts from Level 2 to form an even bigger crew. The name of Script errortheir ship is "Big Top" (ビッグトップ号 Biggu Toppu-gō?)
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Captain Buggy (バギー Bagī?), nicknamed Buggy "the Clown" (道化のバギー Dōke no Bagī?), is the ruthless captain of the circus-themed Buggy Pirates, who is known for his love of cannons. He is particularly sensitive when it comes to his big, red, round nose and when insulted, will even resort to killing his own men.ch.9 Nevertheless, he is beloved by his crew.ch.55 Years before the series' present, while a member of the "Roger Pirates",ch.434 he brought a Devil Fruit and a treasure map into his possession. He intended to sell the fruit and to search for the treasure, but Shanks (his former friend) accidentally caused Buggy to swallow the fruit and drop the map into the sea. Buggy holds a grudge against Shanks ever since.ch.19 The fruit he swallowed was a paramecia Devil Fruit called the Chop-Chop Fruit (バラバラの実 Bara Bara no Mi?). Having eaten it, it allows him to separate his body into parts and to control these parts independently of each other as long as they remain in his proximity; and, as long as at least one of his feet is on the ground, he can levitate the other parts.ch.527 This ability also makes him immune to cutting attacks; any such attack will only separate him into parts. Later in the series, he is captured and put into Impel Down, the undersea prison, and breaks out with the help of Luffy and the other prisoners. He also has a compact cannonball that it seems he shoots out of his shoe called the Muggy Ball.ch.526 Buggy's current bounty is 15,000,000 Berries. He is voiced by Shigeru Chiba in the Japanese version of the anime.ep.4 In the English dubs, he is voiced by David Wills for 4Kidsep.4, and by Mike McFarland for Funimation.ep.4 Oda said that Buggy is his favorite antagonist, because of all of the antagonists Buggy is the easiest for him to draw.
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Mohji (モージ Mōji?), nicknamed "Beast Tamer" (猛獣使い Mōjū Tsukai?), is the first mate of the Buggy Pirates. He is a pet tamer, usually accompanied by his pet lion Richie. Mohji is quite pompous and at times silly. He has also displays a strong rivalry with Cabaji. He tends to treat Richie better than most other people and adores the big lion. He even took it offensively when Richie was used as a shield by Cabaji. Mohji has the ability to control any animal he wishes, or so he says. He has yet to prove it in the series outside of his pet, Richie. Mohji usually opts to use him in battle rather than fight himself. He uses a whip in battle. He is voiced by Shigenori Soya in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, he is voiced by Tom Souhrada for 4Kids, and by Chuck Huber for Funimation.
Richie (リチー Richī?) is Mohji's pet lion.ch.12 Despite his size and fierce look he mostly acts like a kitten and has his goofy moments when he is doing nothing. He also is not very bright and occasionally thinks about nothing but food. However, if Mohji commands him to do so, Richie can use his immense strength to kill his enemies. He is voiced by Tetsu Inada in the Japanese version. In the English dub, he is voiced by Mike McFarland for Funimation.
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Cabaji (カバジ Kabaji?), nicknamed Cabaji "the Acrobat" (曲芸のカバジ Kyokugei no Kabaji?), is the second mate of the Buggy Pirates.ch.15 Cabaji is always serious, mysterious, and elegant. He appears concerned somewhat for Buggy, along with Mohji. He is usually by Buggy's side, unlike Mohji, who is ordered to do other things. Cabaji doesn't seem to care for Mohji's pet lion, Richie, at all, even using him as a shield. Cabaji fights with a combination of swordplay and acrobatics (mostly on a unicycle) to fight his enemies. Cabaji also uses carnival tricks for attacks as well. He is voiced by Endou Moriya in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, he is voiced by Wayne Grayson for 4Kids, and by Greg Ayres for Funimation.
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Alvida (アルビダ Arubida?), nicknamed "Iron Club" Alvida (金棒のアルビダ Kanabō no Arubida?) , is the former captain of the Alvida Pirates. Alvida joins the Buggy Pirates in search of Luffy after they both are defeated by him.ch.54 She pursues Luffy with the purpose of making him "her man," for he was the first man to defeat her. Alvida sees herself as the most beautiful lady in all of the seas; if someone disagrees, she will smash the offender with her spiked club. Though obese at the beginning of the series, she ate a paramecia Devil Fruit called the Smooth-Smooth Fruit (スベスベの実 Sube Sube no Mi?, "Slip-Slip Fruit" in the English manga and 4Kids dub), which makes her thin and allows attacks to easily slip off of her.ch.98 Alvida's weapon of choice is an iron spiked club (hence the nickname). She is named after the Scandinavian pirate Awilda.ch.50 Alvida's current bounty is 5,000,000 Berries. She is voiced by Yoko Matsuoka in the Japanese version of the anime. In the English dubs, she is voiced by Kayzie Rogers and Caren Manuel for 4Kids, and by Laurie Steele for Funimation.
Other Major Characters
The characters listed below have no connection to any origination what so ever. Therefore, they act on their own.
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Crocodile (クロコダイル Kurokodairu?), nicknamed "Sir" Crocodile (サー･クロコダイル Sā Kurokodairu?), is a former a member of The Seven Warlords of the Seach.113 and, unbeknown to the World Government,ch.169 the boss of the criminal organization Baroque Worksch.113 under the codename of "Mr. 0" (ミスター・ゼロ Misutā Zero?)ch.127, and his former partner was Nico Robin, who was under the codename of "Ms. All-Sunday". Crocodile lacks almost any code of honor and does not see the point in offering those who are about to die a chance of dying honorably. Although he has referred to many of his opponents' struggles as worthless in the past, he hasn't referred to his opponents' struggles, since he first fought Luffy. Crocodile has shown to be extremely cynical and cold-hearted. He displays complete disregard of the romantic pirate lifestyle, stating that all the things the King of the Pirates once had mean nothing to him. He places more importance in military power. Crocodile believes that only ignorant fools declare their grandiose dreams. Several times, he refers to trust and faith in others as idiotic. He has stated that he has done away with countless people like that. He goes so far as to mock those who fight for others, making their defeats to him all the more harsh. He also, by his own admission, admits that he is not rational at times. After the Straw Hat Pirates thwarted Crocodile's plans to overthrow the Alabasta Kingdom with Baroque Works, he was stripped of his Warlord statusch.211 and sent to the government prison Impel Down in Level 6ch.413.vol.19–23 He ate a logia Devil Fruit called the Sand-Sand Fruit (スナスナの実 Suna Suna no Mi?), which allows him to manipulate sand,ch.170 absorb moisture with his right hand,ch.201 and as long as he is not wet, he can turn his body into sand.ch.199 Crocodile also has a large golden alloy hook in place of a left hand,ch.160 that contains a potent poison and a dagger underneath.ch.204 Crocodile's current bounty is 81,000,000 Berries. He is voiced by Ryūzaburō Ōtomo in the Japanese version of the anime.ep.76 In the English dubs, he is voiced by Michael Alston Baley for 4Kidsep.59, and by John Swasey for Funimation.
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Jimbeich.69 (ジンベエ Jinbē?), nicknamed "First Son of the Sea" (海の最初の息子 Umi no Saisho no Musuko?), is a yakuza-esque whale shark fishman, and a former member of The Seven Warlords of the Sea.ch.528 Jimbei is a proud fishman with great pride and honor. Despite being proud, Jimbei appears to put his priorities and principles over his honor, and is not above retreating from an otherwise unfinished battle (even being shamed or openly mocked by an opponent) if it meant for the sake of the greater good. While he is a fishman with great emotional control, he is empathetic, and understanding of the pains of others, such as being brought to tears when Luffy broke down emotionally in front of him after he had awoken from the Battle of Marineford. In exchange for the World Government granting him Warlord-status, Jimbei disbanded his pirate crew, the "Sunny Pirates" (who were formerly led by "Fisher Tiger" until he died), part of which became the Arlong Pirates.ch.69 Though the World Government knows him as a pirate-hating pirate, he has a weakness for Whitebeard and his men, due to Whitebeard's declaration that Fishman Island is his territory and thus under his protection, which scares off slave traders and pirates and brought peace to the area.ch.529 For refusing to raise a hand against Whitebeard, Jimbei was thrown into the world's greatest prison, Impel Down in Level 6, until he agrees to go to war against Whitebeard.ch.523 However, he remained adamant and eventually resigned his position.ch.557 Jimbei is a master of "Fishman Karate". His strikes are so strong, that he does not even need to make physical contact with an enemy as the very air will blow them away. Jimbei also displays being able to manipulate water as if it were a tangible cloth through Fishman Karate. Among fishmen, Jimbei has shown the unique ability to communicate with fish, even at a long distance. Jimbei's current bounty is 250,000,000 Berries. He was voiced by Daisuke Gōri in the Japanese version for two episodes until his death in 2010, after which he is replaced by Katsuhisa Hōki.
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Gol D. Roger (ゴール・D・ロジャー Gōru D. Rojā?), sometimes known as Gold Roger (ゴールド・ロジャー Gōrudo Rojā?), at the time of The Straw Hat Pirates' journey,ch.154 is the man referred to as King of the Pirates (海賊王 Kaizoku-Ō?), and was captain of the "Roger Pirates".ch.1 Suffering from an incurable disease, he decided to make a complete voyage through the Grand Line with his crew. Afterward, he disbanded the crew and turned himself over to the World Government, who announced that they captured him.ch.506 At his execution, twenty-two years before the beginning of the series,ch.506 he stated that he left all of his treasures in one piece, and that it is up for the taking.ch.1 This spawned the "The Great Pirate Era", with various pirates looking to become the King of the Pirates, by finding the treasure referred to as the "One Piece".ch.506 He is able to listen to "the voice of all things", allowing him to read the Poneglyphs.ch.507 He is the father of Portgas D. Ace.ch.550 He is voiced by Chikao Ōtsuka in the Japanese version.ep.1 In the English dubs, he is voiced by Greg Carey for 4Kids,ep.1 and by Sean Hennigan for Funimationep.144
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Silvers Rayleigh (シルバーズ・レイリー Shirubāzu Reirī?), nicknamed Dark King (冥王 Mei-Ō?) (formerly, "King of the Pirates' Right Hand" (海賊王の右腕 Kaizoku-Ō no Migiude?)) is the former first mate of the "Roger Pirates". Rayleigh is light hearted, casual and fun loving, much like his captain Gol D. Roger was supposed to have been. In the past he was shown to have been intolerable to the antics of the younger members arguing, and took the position of crew disciplinarian very seriously. Despite once being enemies with the Whitebeard Pirates, Rayleigh seems to have great respect for their captain, like Roger, and shed a tear for Whitebeard's passing. He has settled down on the Sabaody Archipelago, where he works as a coating mechanic.ch.500 Rayleigh has King Ambition (覇王色の覇気 Haōshoku no Haki?), a so far unexplained ability that can, among other things, make weak people pass out. He can aim it at multiple targets in his vicinity.ch.503 It also allows him to render users of logia Devil Fruit users vulnerable to physical attack.ch.597 Rayleigh has shown the ability to use a sword. Although, he does comment he is out of practice. Rayleigh admits that the former Roger Pirates know of what happened during the Blank Century.ch.507 He has been friends with Hachi for twenty years, ever since he was saved by him, when he was cast away at sea.ch.506 Currently, he is training Luffy on how to master his Haki power. He is voiced by Keiichi Sonobe in the Japanese version.ep.394 In the English dub, he is voiced by Bradford Hutson for Funimation.ep.8
Crocus (クロッカス Kurokkasu?) was a former member and doctor of the "Roger Pirates". Crocus is a wise and caring man and has a strange habit to take his time when it comes to answer questions. Fifty years before the current storyline, Crocus met the "Rumbar Pirates" as they entered the Grand Line through Reverse Mountain from the West Blue. Crocus promised to take care of their pet whale "Laboon" while they journeyed the Grand Line. However despite the Rumbar Pirates' promise to come back after two to three years, Crocus didn't meet them again at the promised time and waited much longer. Twenty-four years later, Crocus met the Roger Pirates who came into the Grand Line through Reverse Mountain. Learning that their captain, Gol D. Roger, was suffering from an incurable disease, Crocus was asked by the pirates to join them as their doctor in order to help stabilize Roger's health as they journeyed the Grand Line. Wanting to find out what had happened to the Rumbar Pirates, Crocus accepted their offer and joined them. After Roger was executed, Crocus returned to Laboon and his home in the entrance to the Grand Line. Crocus is a very tough and powerful fighter. He uses harpoons as his weapon of choice, and is even strong enough to kill Sea Kings. He is voiced by Goro Naya in the Japanese version. In the English dub, he is voiced by Jerry Russell for Funimation.
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Bentham (ベンサム Bensamu?)ch.532, codenamed and more commonly referred to as "Mr. 2 Bon Clay" (Mr. 2 ボン・クレー Misutā Tsū Bon Kurē?), is a transvestite (オカマ okama?), who is skilled at "Ballet Kenpo", and also ate a paramecia Devil Fruit called the Clone-Clone Fruit (マネマネの実 Mane Mane no Mi?), which gives him the ability to transform into an exact copy of anyone whose face he once touched with his right hand (he is able to change back with his left hand).ch.156 Bon Clay has a flamboyant attitude which includes singing and dancing. As opposed to the ideas of his fellow agents, Bon Clay values friendship highly, as evidenced by his selfless sacrifice to allow the Straw Hat Pirates to escape Alabasta. As a former Officer Agent of Baroque Works, Bon Clay was the only agent without a female partner,ch.155 because as a transvestite, he fills both roles by himself. Likewise, his codename is a composite of a male Baroque Works agent's number, "Mr. 2", and a female agent's holiday, "Bon Clay", which is the end of the Bon Festival. After the Alabasta Revolution To Save Luffy and his crew, Bon Clay was captured and arrested by Captain Hina of the Marines, and was put into Impel Down on Level 3. He eventually became Luffy's ally and sacrifices himself to let Luffy escape Impel Down. It is unknown if Bon Clay was killed by Chief Warden Magellan or not. Bon Clay's current bounty is 32,000,000 Berries. He is voiced by Kazuki Yao in the Japanese version of the anime.ep.78 In the English dubs, he is voiced by Kevin Kolack for 4Kidsep.60, and by Barry Yandell for Funimation.
Galdino (ギャルディーノ Gyarudīno?) is a former Officer Agent of Baroque Works and was under the codename of "Mr. 3" (ミスター・スリー Misutā Surī?), alongside his former partner "Ms. Golden Week". Crocodile only allowed Galdino to hold his position in the organization as Mr. 3 because of his cunning intelligence and that Mr. 4 was too mentally slow. Otherwise, he would be lower ranked. After being sent to Impel Down on Level 2, he escaped with the assistance of Buggy, whom he shared a kindred bond with, and Luffy, an alliance that, while weak, proves itself on some occasions. In Impel Down, he proves his overall lack of fighting spirit many times. He acts like a coward and backs up Buggy's escape plan over Luffy's much more dangerous rescue mission. When Magellan reaches the fleeing group during their escape, Galdino shows a moment of bravery, but admits he could only hold it together for a brief moment. He takes part at the Battle of Marineford alongside the other Impel Down escapees. Galdino ate a paramecia Devil Fruit called the Wax-Wax Fruit (ドルドルの実 Doru Doru no Mi?),ch.120 a Devil Fruit which allows him to tap infinite amounts of a special candle wax from his body. He can manipulate this wax to form any shape he desires, control its motion in both liquid and hardened states, and harden it to become as strong as steel. He usually crafts artistic weapons with such wax, which, when used at its maximum peak, was strong enough to take down a pirate with a bounty of 42,000,000. He can also manipulate a small amount of fire. He is shown to be close friends with Bon Clay ch.571 He is voiced by Nobuyuki Hiyama in the Japanese version of the anime. In the English dubs, he is voice by Tom Souhrada for 4Kids, and by Duncan Brannan for Funimation.
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Hatchan (はっちゃん?), better known as his nickname, Hachi, is an octopus fishman and first introduced as the first mate of the Arlong Pirates.ch.73 Like all fishmen, he has ten times the strength of a human,ch.70 can breath underwater,ch.71 and swim very fast.ch.495 Being half octopus, he can spit large quantities of black inkch.83 or use his suction pads to stick to walls.ch.84 Additionally, he fights using the "Six Swords Style", holding one in each arm-tentacle.ch.84 After Arlong and his crew were defeated and captured by the marines, Hachi escapesch.182 and opens a floating takoyaki restaurant.ch.228 He becomes close friends with Camie and constantly rescues her from Sea Kings and slave traders.ch.491 Hachi later reconciles with The Straw Hat Pirates,ch.496 and brings them in contact with Silvers Rayleigh, with whom he became friends after saving Rayleigh, when Rayleigh was castaway at sea.ch.506 He is voiced by Toshiyuki Morikawa in the Japanese version of the anime.ep.31 In the English dubs, he is voiced by Sean Schemmel for 4Kidsep.30 and by George Manley for Funimation.ep.31
Daz Bonez (ダズ・ボーネス Dazu Bōnesu?) is a former Officer Agent of Baroque Works under the codename of "Mr. 1" (ミスター・ワン Misutā Wan?), along side his former partner, Paula, who was under the codename of "[[#Ms. Doublefinger|Ms. Doublefinger". Daz Bonez was a bounty hunter from the West Blue. Daz Bonez is stern, emotionless and confident. He is dead-serious at all times and does not tolerate weakness or frivolity. Daz Bonez also seems to have some views, such as the notion that having friendships makes one weak. On the inverse side, he also does not seem to care for grudges either. He ate a paramecia Devil Fruit called the Dice-Dice Fruit (スパスパの実 Supa Supa no Mi?) which allows his body to become bladed steel. He was defeated by Zoro and sent to Impel Down on Level 4 after the Alabasta Revolution. He assists Crocodile and, unintentionally, Monkey D. Luffy, and escaped from Impel Down, and fights alongside Crocodile at the Battle of Marineford. He is also very loyal to Crocodile and is seen helping Luffy after Crocodile asked him to. He is voiced by Tetsu Inada in the Japanese version of the anime. In the English dubs, he is voiced by Scottie Ray for 4Kids, and by Brett Weaver for Funimation.
Camie (ケイミー Keimī?) is a kissing gourami mermaid.ch.490 She aspires to become a fashion designer with the help from her pet starfish and master, Pappagu. Camie has the habit of being easily shocked. Anything from a simple mistake to large shocking situation makes her shocked to a degree greater than any other normal person would be. Camie and Pappagu also have the most unfortunate luck of getting eaten by Sea Kings almost every time. Camie also has the unfortunate luck of getting captured almost every time, though it is likely, because she is so naive and gullible.ch.492 She is voiced by Haruna Ikezawa in the Japanese version.
Pappagu (パッパグ Pappagu?) is Camie's pet starfish and master.ch.491 Pappagu is the creator of the "Criminal" fashion line and is mentoring Camie to be a famous fashion designer. Although he is a starfish, he can speak in human language quite well. This is due to the fact that when he was young, he thought he was human and by the time he realized he was not, Pappagu had already learned to speak like a human. He is voiced by Kōzō Shioya in the Japanese version.ep.385
Baroque Works (バロック・ワークス Barokku Wākusu?) was Crocodile's undercover, criminal organization. Their goal was to overthrow the government of the Alabasta Kingdom by inciting a revolution. The members were promised high positions in the ideal nation Crocodile planned to create on the Alabastan soil. However, Crocodile's ultimate goal was to turn that nation into the world's strongest military power by obtaining the ancient weapon Pluton, which is hidden somewhere in the country. The organization was led by thirteen male agents, who use the code names Mr. 0 through Mr. 13, and their female partners, who used code names taken from weekdays or holidays. The agents Mr. 0 through Mr. 5 and their partners were called Officer Agents and commanded the 200 lower ranking members called Billions. The agents Mr. 6 through Mr. 13 and their partners were called Frontier Agents. They, with the exception of Mr. 13 and his partner, who serve as messengers and punishers, commanded the 1800 lowest ranking members called Millions. Crocodile acted as "Mr. 0" and president, and Nico Robin acted as "Ms. All-Sunday" and vice president. Daz Bonez acted as "Mr. 1". He worked with Paula, who acted as "Ms. Doublefinger". Bentham acted as "Mr. 2 Bon Clay" who worked by himself, assuming both male and female aspects thanks to his Devil Fruit powers. Galdino acted as "Mr. 3". He worked with "Ms. Golden Week". "Mr. 4" worked with "Ms. Merry Christmas", "Mr. 5" worked with "Ms. Valentine", "Mr. 6" worked with "Ms. Mother's Day", "Mr. 7" worked with "Ms. Father's Day", "Mr. 8" worked with "Ms. Monday", "Mr. 9" worked with "Ms. Wednesday", "Mr. 10" worked with "Ms. Tuesday", "Mr. 11" worked with "Ms. Thursday", "Mr. 12" worked with "Ms. Saturday", and "Mr. 13" worked with "Ms. Friday". After the truth of Crocodile's actions were finally known by the rebels and royal guard, the Marines arrested Crocodile, who was stripped of all titles and permissions granted by the World Government, and Baroque Works disbanded. The name of Script errortheir main ship is "Full" (フール号 Fūru-gō?, "Downpour" in the English manga).
Paula (ポーラ Pōra?, "Pola" in the English manga) is a former Officer Agent of Baroque Works under the codename of "Ms. Doublefinger" (ミス・ダブルフィンガー Misu Daburufingā?), and her former partner was Daz Bonez, who was under the codename of "Mr. 1". Paula is calm and mild tempered partner who has a funny way of walking that over exaggerates the "sexy" hip swing that often is used to display a sexy woman. She is not easily amused by the antics of others and remains unweathered in any situation. She displayed a tendency to play with her victims, but nonetheless, she is a lethal fighter who does not shy away from violence. Paula ate a paramecia Devil Fruit called the Spike-Spike Fruit (トゲトゲの実 Toge Toge no Mi?) which allows her to turn parts of her body into spikes. She is voiced by Ako Mayama in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, she is voiced by Bella Hudson for 4Kids, and by Leah Clark for Funimation.
Ms. Golden Week
Ms. Golden Week (ミス・ゴールデンウィーク Misu Gōruden Wīku?, "Ms. April Fools Day" in the 4Kids dub) is a former Officer Agent of Baroque Works, and her former partner was Galdino, who was under the codename of "Mr. 3". Ms. Golden Week is a young girl. Her personality is that of one laid back to the point of fault. She, for instance, is perfectly fine with having a picnic during an ongoing battle. Another example of this was when she sat a few feet away from a cup of tea, and apparently was too lazy to walk over to it and pick it up herself. In battle, Ms. Golden Week uses a paint palette and paint brush. If the paint Ms. Golden Week uses touches anybody, then their emotions and behavior are changed, depending what color paint touches them. She is voiced by Akiko Nakagawa in the Japanese version. In the English dub, she is voiced by Cherami Leigh for Funimation.
Mr. 4 (ミスター・フォー Misutā Fō?) is a former Officer Agent of Baroque Works, and his former partner was Ms. Merry Christmas. Mr. 4 is mentally slow and dimwitted. He seems incapable of thinking for himself at all and often just did what his partner told him to do. He laughs freely, but speaks rarely and very slowly, usually taking most of a scene to articulate a short sentence. Mr. 4 is very physically strong, and able to wield a baseball bat that weighs four tons with no effort, but extremely slow in nature. Mr. 4 also uses his bazooka, Lasso, to hit the timed exploding baseballs (with his four ton baseball bat) Lasso shoots out. He is voiced by Masaya Takatsuka in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, he is voiced by Dan Green for 4Kids, and by Scott Hinze for Funimation.
Lasso (ラッスー Rassū?) is Mr. 4's bazooka. Lasso consumed a zoan Devil Fruit (through some unknown method) called the Dog-Dog Fruit, Model: Dachshund (イヌイヌの実 モデル：ダックスフント Inu Inu no Mi, Model: Dachshund?, "Mutt-Mutt Fruit, Dachshund Type" in the English manga, and "Mutt-Mutt Fruit" in the 4Kids dub) which gave it the ability to turn into a dachshund or dachshund-bazooka hybrid. Lasso can shoot out an infinite amount of timed exploding baseballs that are as heavy as cannon balls. He is voiced by Takeshi Aono in the Japanese version. In the English dub, he is voiced by Christopher Bevins for Funimation.
Ms. Merry Christmas
Ms. Merry Christmas (ミス・メリークリスマス Misu Merī Kurisumasu?, "Ms. Groundhog Day" in the 4Kids dub) is a former Officer Agent of Baroque Works, and her former partner was Mr. 4. Ms. Merry Christmas talks very fast, often only pronouncing the first syllable of the word in a high-pitched, child-like voice. She takes a cynical view towards those like Luffy who wish to become the King of the Pirates, and quite happily informed Usopp and Chopper that Luffy was dead, and that the world would be better off without dreamers like him. Ms. Merry Christmas ate a zoan Devil Fruit called the Mole-Mole Fruit (モグモグの実 Mogu Mogu no Mi?, "Diggy-Diggy Fruit" in the English manga and 4Kids dub) that gave her the ability to transform into a mole or mole-human hybrid. She is voiced by Mami Kingetsu in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, she is voiced by Kayzie Rogers for 4Kids, and by Wendy Powell for Funimation.
Mr. 5 (ミスター・ファイブ Misutā Faibu?) is a former Officer Agent of Baroque Works, and his former partner was Ms. Valentine. Mr. 5 is extremely confident and believes that friendship is a sign of weakness. Galdino described him as an "over-ambitious fool who did not realize his limits and misused his Devil Fruit powers". However, Mr. 5 is very serious, strict, loyal, and takes his job very seriously. Mr. 5 ate a paramecia Devil Fruit called the "Bomb-Bomb Fruit" (ボムボムの実 Bomu Bomu no Mi?, "Boom-Boom Fruit" in the English manga) which allows him to turn any part of his body into a bomb without harming himself, and it renders all explosive based attacks useless against him. He is voiced by Masaya Takatsuka in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, he is voiced by Scottie Ray for 4Kids, and by Andrew Love for Funimation.
Ms. Valentine (ミス・バレンタイン Misu Barentain?) is a former Officer Agent of Baroque Works, and her former partner was Mr. 5. Ms. Valentine does not seem to take her job very seriously, greeting any situation with a light-hearted laugh. She is quite confident in her Devil Fruit abilities. She also dislikes being ignored, especially when she is attacking. Ms. Valentine ate a paramecia Devil Fruit called the Kilo-Kilo Fruit (キロキロの実 Kilo Kilo no Mi?) which allows her to change her mass to anything between one and ten-thousand kilograms (pounds in the 4Kids dub). She uses this power to crush her opponents, or to make her light enough to glide through the air using her umbrella. She is voiced by Fumiko Orikasa in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, she is voiced by Amy Palant for 4Kids, and by Jamie Marchi for Funimation.
Mr. 7 (ミスター・セブン Misutā Sebun?) is a former Frontier Agent of Baroque Works, and his former partner was Ms. Father's Day. There was actually a different Mr. 7 before, until he was killed by Zoro. The latest Mr. 7 is very pompous and arrogant. He also has a habit of yawning or whispering. He and his former partner were supposed to be manning the giant cannon that Baroque Works had placed in the Arabasta capital of "Alubarna" until it would have fired a bomb and destroyed the people fighting (both unaware that they would be caught in the blast as well). Mr. 7 fights using a pistol that fire dice-shaped bullets that explode whey they collide with the bullets from Ms. Father's Day's pistol. He is voiced by Keisuke in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, he is voiced by David Lapkin for 4Kids, and by Anthony Bowling for Funimation.
Ms. Father's Day
Ms. Father's Day (ミス・ファーザーズデー Misu Fāzāzu Dē?) is a former Frontier Agent of Baroque Works, and her former partner was Mr. 7. Ms. Father's Day is very overconfident in her abilities, and laughs at other people's failure. She and her former partner were in charge of guarding the cannon at the top of the clock tower until it went off and would have destroyed the people fighting in the middle of the capital city of Alabasta, "Alubarna" (both were unaware of the fact that they would be caught in the blast as well). Ms. Father's Day's weapon of choice is a pistol that fires frog-shaped bullets that explode whey they collide with the bullets from Mr. 7's pistol. She is voiced by Tomoko Naka in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, she is voiced by Amy Birnbaum for 4Kids, and by Cynthia Cranz for Funimation.
Ms. Monday (ミス・マンデー Misu Mandē?) was a former Frontier Agent of Baroque Works, and her former partner was Igaram, who was a double agent under the codename of "Mr. 8". Ms. Monday was very tough acting and had a huge muscular body build (in contrast to most female thin figures). Yet, she was very loyal and reliable to her allies. After Igaram and Vivi were exposed, Ms. Monday decided to hold off Mr. 5 and Ms. Valentine, saying that Vivi was her friend. Mr. 5 and Ms. Valentine supposedly killed her. Ms. Monday had amazing physical strength, and fought using a pair of brass knuckles. She was voiced by Makiko Ohmoto in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, she was voiced by Scottie Ray for 4Kids, and by Clarine Harp for Funimation.
Mr. 9 (ミスター・ナイン Misutā Nain?) was a former Frontier Agent of Baroque Works, and his former partner was Vivi, who was a double agent under the codename of "Ms. Wednesday". Mr. 9's favorite phrase was "Bye bye, baby." Most of his sentences ended with "baby". Mr. 9 was very overconfident, cocky, and was a complete snob. However, when it came down to it, he was actually a pretty dependable guy, as when he a had a change of heart and helped Vivi and Igaram (after they were exposed) escape Mr. 5 and Ms. Valentine, declaring that he and Vivi were still partners. Yet, Mr. 9 was presumably killed by Mr. 5. Mr. 9 could perform several acrobatic jumps and cartwheels, and weapon of choice were dual baseball bats (that also had chains inside). He was voiced by Yasuhiro Takato in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, he was voiced by Michael Sinterniklaas for 4Kids, and by Chris Patton for Funimation.
Mr. 11 (ミスター・イレブン Misutā Irebun?) was a former Frontier Agent of Baroque Works, and his former partner was Ms. Thursday. As far as personality is concerned, Mr. 11 appeared to be not very bright. Mr. 11 was captured by Commodore Smoker and Ensign Tashigi of the marines. After Smoker, Tashigi, and their men left their ship docked at Alabasta, Mr. 11 tried to make his escape, but he was killed by a few jealous Billions who wanted an empty spot as a Frontier Agent. Mr. 11 fighting abilities were not shown, but all that is known is that he was a swordsman. He was voiced by Kenichi Ono in the Japanese version. In the English dub, he was voiced by Christopher Ayres for Funimation.
Mr. 13 (ミスター・サーティーン Misutā Sātīn?) is a former Frontier Agent of Baroque Works, and his former partner was Ms. Friday. Mr. 13 and Ms. Friday were known as the "Unluckies". Mr. 13 is an otter who, not only worked as a Frontier Agent, but also as a messenger and punisher for Baroque Works Millions and Billions who fail at their missions. In battle, Mr. 13 uses a pair of seashells with blades on the tips.
Ms. Friday (ミス・フライデー Misu Furaidē?) is a former Frontier Agent of Baroque Works, and her former partner was Mr. 13. Ms. Friday and Mr. 13 were known as the "Unluckies". Ms. Friday is a vulture who worked, as not only as a Frontier Agent, but also as a messenger and punisher for failing Baroque Works Millions and Billions. Ms. Friday's weapon of choice is a machine gun that is strapped to her back.
Bunchi (バンチ Banchi?) is a giant turtle used by Ms. All-Sunday (Nico Robin) for transportation. If commanded, he was also used to transport other Officer Agents as well. Bunchi always remained silent and did not have much of a personality.
Skypiea (スカイピア Sukaipia?) is a land located in the sky above the Grand Line. So far, three island have been confirmed in Skypiea, which are "Angel Island", "Shandora", "Bilka" (which has been destroyed by Eneru), and "Weatheria". The people are unique in that they have small wings on their backs. The daily life of sky people revolves around the use of "Dials", which normally aren't available in the Blue Sea. As opposed to the "Berry" of the rest of the world, it uses "Extol" as currency.
Angel Island (エンジェル島 Enjeru Tō?) is the original part of Skypiea. The people of Angel Island are mostly a non-aggressive race who live peacefully. They use "Dials" for everyday use such as cooking. They greet each other by saying "Heso" (which is Japanese for bellybutton) often while putting their hand against their head and sticking two fingers up.
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Gan Fall (ガン・フォール Gan Fōru?, "Ganfor" in the English manga, and "Gunfall" in the 4Kids dub), nicknamed "Sky Knight" (空の騎士 Sora no Kishi?), is the current "God" of Skypiea. Gan Fall is an old but noble man with a big heart who will help even a stranger if they are in danger. He thinks not for himself but for the whole of Skypiea. His approach to situations is one of a diplomatic response rather than a warriors act and was against the centuries old war with the Shandorians. Gan Fall assumed the role of "God" after Eneru was defeated. Gan Fall's weapon of choice appears to be a lance. He is voiced by Jouji Yanami in the Japanese version. In the English dub, he is voiced by John Swasey for Funimation.
Script errorPierre (ピエール Piēru?) is a large, pink pet bird, who belonged to Gan Fall. Pierre is an odd, but friendly bird. He is also served as transport for Gan Fall. Pierre ate a zoan Devil Fruit called the Horse-Horse Fruit (ウマウマの実 Uma Uma no Mi?) which enables him to turn into a horse or horse-bird hybrid. He is voiced by Kazuya Nakai in the Japanese version. In the English dub, he is voiced by Z. Charles Bolton for Funimation.
McKinley (マッキンリー Makkinrī?) is the commander of the "White Berets" (a police force in Skypiea). McKinley used to serve under Eneru, until he realized that Eneru planned to destroy Skypiea. McKinley then reveals that he only did everything Eneru commanded in order to ensure the safety of the citizens of Skypiea. McKinley, along with the rest of the White Berets, leave Eneru's side and choose to serve Gan Fall and protect the citizens of Skypiea. He is voiced by Keiichi Sonobe in the Japanese version. In the English dub, he is voiced by Jim Johnson for Funimation.
Amazon (アマゾン?) is the elderly gatekeeper of Skypiea. She lets people in even if they can't pay her exorbitant toll, but purposely fails to tell those that don't pay about the consequences for entering the city. Amazon mostly seems to care about nothing. Her calm demeanor remained even when she found herself flooded with people fleeing to the Blue Sea in a panic resulting from Eneru destroying Skypiea. She is voiced by Keiko Yamamoto in the Japanese version. In the English dub, she is voiced by Juli Erickson for Funimation.
Pagaya (パガヤ?) is Conis's father and a brilliant inventor from Skypiea. Pagaya has a habit of apologizing for everything, even things that he isn't even responsible for. He seems to hold no grudges against anyone and is very humble towards just about everyone. Pagaya evens helps the Straw Hat Pirates despite the fact that they were labeled as criminals for not paying their toll fee. He is voiced by Mahito Oba in the Japanese version. In the English dub, he is voiced by Grant James for Funimation.
Conis (コニス Konisu?) is Pagaya's daughter and citizen of Skypiea. Conis is head strong, hopeful, and cares deeply for the well being of others. She becomes more and more courageous, speaking her mind and not being afraid of her people's "God" Eneru as they struggle to fight him. The major reason why Conis was able to do so was because of her sense of justice and morality, her heart breaking loss of her father, and the love for her people. She is voiced by Rieko Takahashi in the Japanese version. In the English dub, she is voiced by Laura Bailey for Funimation.
Script errorSuu (スー Sū?) is a "cloud fox" and pet of Conis. Conis named her Suu, because it is the only sound Suu makes. Suu can only communicate through gestures, mimics, and charades. She is voiced by Akemi Okamura in the Japanese version. In the English dub, she is voiced by Majken Bullard for Funimation.
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Bilka (ビルカ Biruka?) used to be an island in Skypiea far to the southeast from Angel Island. Eneru was born and raised on Bilka, but after eating the Rumble-Rumble Fruit, he destroyed his homeland and came to Angel Island with his followers. Through it was his original home, Eneru did not show any sign of love towards it, as he destroyed it without any hesitation.
Eneru (エネル?), is the former "God" of Skypiea.ch.254 Though "God" is traditionally only the title for the island's ruler, Eneru takes it literally,ch.274 forcing the population to worship and serve him.ch.255 Eneru ate a logia Devil Fruit called the Rumble-Rumble Fruit (ゴロゴロの実 Goro Goro no Mi?), which gives him the ability to manipulate, generate, and transform into electricity.ch.266 Additionally, he is able to use Mantra (マントラ Mantora?), an ability that somehow allows one to predict a being's movement and to sense any conscious being's position within a certain range.ch.257 Used in conjunction, these abilities extend his hearing over the entire country and allow him to immediately punish those who speak up against him.ch.278 Eneru believes that he is a divine and immortal being, with the authority to do, take or destroy whatever he pleases and is capable of doing anything. As the result, he appears fearless, childish, arrogant and apathetic. His lifestyle is relaxed and hedonistic. Eneru's overly long earlobes reach down to his chest, similar to some depictions of Buddha, and like the god of thunder and lightning, Raijin, he wears a ring of drums, showing a tomoe on the drumhead, on his back.ch.254 He is voiced by Toshiyuki Morikawa in the Japanese version of the anime.ep.167 In the English dubs, he is voiced by Wayne Grayson for 4Kids, and by J. Michael Tatum for Funimation.ep.167
Eneru is the leader of his own personal army. They consist of, aside from Eneru himself, the Script errorSkypiea Priests (神官 Shinkan?, "Kami's Vassals" in the English manga, "Sky Knights" in the edited Funimation dub, and "Vassals" in the 4Kids dub), who are Ohm, Satori, Gedatsu, and Shura, and the fifty Script errorEnforcers (神兵 Shinpei?), led by the Enforcer Commander Yama.ch.257 The unnamed enforcers, additionally, tend to make goat-like noises, and use "Axe Dials" in battle.ch.258
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Ohm (オーム Ōmu?), nicknamed "Sky Breeder" (スカイブリーダー Sukai Burīdā?), is one of the Skypiea Priests, and runs the "Ordeal of Iron" (鉄の試練 Tetsu no Shiren?, "I.Q. Iron Test" in the edited dub)ch.268 which has a survival rate of zero percent. Ohm is a calm and serious character whose goal in life he explains is to free people. However, by this he means killing them and freeing them from various burdens related to life.ch.266 Ohm is a swordsman who fights using a sword with an "Eisen Dial" inside the pommel, that makes the blade of the sword able to shapeshift.ch.271 Ohm also has the ability to use "Mantra". He is voiced by Eiji Takemoto in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, he is voiced by Scottie Ray for 4Kids, and by Troy Baker for Funimation.
Script errorHoly (ホーリー Hōrī?, "Holly" in the English manga) is a huge, pale yellow dog that Ohm taught to fight and stand on two feet.ch.268 Ohm often tends to ride him around while traveling and fighting. Holy is very loyal to Ohm, and is a powerful fighter. However, he isn't particularly smart, and will obey anyone. In the English dub, he is voiced by Jason Grundy for Funimation.
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Satori (サトリ?), nicknamed Satori "of the Forest" (「森のサトリ」 Mori no Satori?), is one of the Skypiea Priests, and runs the "Ordeal of Spheres" (玉の試練 Tama no Shiren?, "I.Q. Orb Test" in the edited dub) which has a survival rate of ten percent. Satori is hardly ever serious. He tends to laugh a lot and toy with his enemies. However, he is very afraid of dying. In battle, Satori uses two "Impact Dials" tied around each of his hands, concealed under his gloves, which can absorb the force of an attack and release it back at the attacker at any time, consecutively.ch.246,257 Satori also has the ability of "Mantra". He is voiced by Yasuhiro Takato in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, he is voiced by Jimmy Zoppi for 4Kids, and by Chris Cason for Funimation.
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Gedatsu (ゲダツ "Gedatz" in the edited dub?), nicknamed "Sky Punk" (空パンク Sora Panku?), is one of the Skypiea Priests, and runs the "Ordeal of Swamp" (沼の試練 Numa no Shiren?, "I.Q. Swamp Test" in the edited dub) which has a survival rate of fifty percent. Gedatsu is one of the oddest characters in the series, as he has many strange habits, none of which he is aware of. He needs to be corrected in every single instance, whereupon he will frown and cry, "So careless!" Despite his strange habits, he is still very serious and ruthless. Gedatsu uses two "Milky Dials" strapped to each of his wrists, allowing him to create dense, swamp-like clouds, and also has two Milky Dials on each of the bottom of his shoes, allowing him to fly. "Jet Dials" are also attached to his elbows, giving him very fast and powerful punches.ch.262 Gedatsu also has the ability of "Mantra". He is voiced by Masaya Takatsuka in the Japanese version. In the English dub, he is voiced by Bob Carter for Funimation.
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Shura (シュラ?), nicknamed "Sky Rider" (スカイライダー Sukai Raidā?, "Skyrider" in the edited dub), is one of the Skypiea Priests, and runs the "Ordeal of String" (紐の試練 Himo no Shiren?, "I.Q. String Test" in the edited dub)ch.256 which has a survival rate of three percent. Shura is confident in his abilities, and willing to ruthlessly kill every transgressor. Despite his proven cruelty, he has shown some moments of apparent pity and understanding. Shura's weapon of choice is a lance with a "Heat Dial" inside, and whatever he strikes with his lance, the target is set aflame. Shura also has the ability of "Mantra". He is voiced by Shinichirou Ohta in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, he is voiced by Dan Green for 4Kids, and by Kent Williams for Funimation.
Script errorFuza (フザ?) is the big pet condor and steed of Shura. Shura rides on Fuza to get around for transportation. Fuza is a very vicious, dangerous, and savage bird. Fuza ate a "Flame Dial", and with it, he is able to breathe fire.ch.248,257 In the English dub, he is voiced by Chris Cason for Funimation.
Yama (ヤマ?) is the Enforcer Commander of the fifty Enforcers. Yama is fanatically loyal to Eneru, going so far as to reprimand Shura, Ohm, and Gedatsu for fighting in his presence. He displays quite an amount of brutality in battle. His ruthless fighting style shows his lack of respect for the world around him, destroying the landscape around him while in battle. He has the interesting habit of saying the sound "meh" often. Despite his massive build, Yama is very acrobatic, agile, and fast. His comparatively tiny limbs are very strong as well. Yama wields a "Ten-Fold Axe" which is a sash with ten "Axe Dials" that can severely cut up an opponent. He is voiced by Hidenari Ugaki in the Japanese version. In the English dub, he is voiced by Andrew Chandler for Funimation.
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Shandora (シャンディア Shandora?, "Loftra" in the edited dub) actually used to be located on an island on the Blue Sea called "Jaya", until the Knockup Stream shot it and part of Jaya up to Skypiea. The Shandorians soon found themselves enemies of the Skypieans and entered their deadiest conflict in centuries for their homeland, a war they initially lost. Thanks to the Straw Hat Pirates, the Shandorians are now allies and friends with the native Skypieans.
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Wyper (ワイパー Waipā?, "Wyler" in the edited dub), nicknamed "Berserker" (戦鬼 Senki?), is the leader of the Shandorian warriors and a direct descendant of "Calgara". Wyper is first shown to be an extremely violent and irrational man. He does not easily trust outsiders and is quick to fight anyone without a second thought. Despite this however, Wyper has a deep love for his people and their homeland. He also has a deep respect for his ancestor's best friend, "Montblanc Noland", to whom he feels obligated to because of Noland's deeds, friendship to Calgara, and unfortunate fate. While he means well, his determination sometimes tends to blind him, causing Wiper to become more violent and push himself beyond his physical limits. Wyper wields a bazooka which he calls the "Burn Bazooka", because it has a "Flavor Dial" and a "Flame Dial" inside, which the Flavor Dial can launch exploding gas, then the Flame Dial sets alight. Wyper also has a "Reject Dial" tied to his right palm, which is ten times stronger and more life threatening than an "Impact Dial". He is voiced by Masaki Aizawa and Reiko Kiuchi (child) in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, he is voiced by Mike Pollock for 4Kids, and by J. Paul Slavens (adult) and Leah Clark (child) for Funimation.
Kamakiri (カマキリ?) is one of the Shandorian warriors. Kamakiri seems to be one of Wyper's most trusted fighters, and is also good friends with Laki and Aisa, acting much kinder than the other warriors. Unlike his leader Wyper, he always retains a calm demeanor. Kamakiri's has two different weapons he uses in combat. One of Kamakiri's weapons is a spear, and the other is a "Burn Blade", which is a simple stick handle with a "Breath Dial" attached to the tip of the stick. The Dial stores flammable gas, which, when ignited, creates a flame blade. He is voiced by Keisuke in the Japanese version. In the English dub, he is voiced by Scott Freeman (adult) and Mary Morgan (child) for Funimation.
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Laki (ラキ Raki?, "Raki" in the English manga) is one of the Shandorian warriors, and cousin of Aisa. Laki is a brave, kind hearted Shandorian woman who likes to make others happy. According to Wyper however, she worries over smaller goals (such as Aisa's bag of Vearth) when she should be focused on the bigger goals (such as winning back their homeland so they would never have to fight for just one bag of Vearth ever again). Laki's weapon of choice is a rifle, however Laki does not use any Dials. She is voiced by Michie Tomizawa in the Japanese version. In the English dub, she is voiced by Lydia Mackay for Funimation.
Braham (ブラハム Burahamu?) is one of the Shandorian warriors. Braham appears as a merciless warrior, even killing an Enforcer who surrendered to him. He is very confident in his skills, as he sometimes underestimates his opponents, proclaiming his superiority, and that usually leads to his defeats. Despite his overconfidence, he is almost always serious and hardly ever changes his facial expression. In battle, Braham uses dual pistols with a "Flash Dial" installed in each gun, so the opponents can not see the bullets that are fired, so he calls them "Flash Pistols". He is voiced by Kenji Nomura in the Japanese version. In the English dub, he is voiced by Charles Baker (adult) and Kate Oxley (child) for Funimation.
Genbo (ゲンボウ Genbō?) is one of the Shandorian warriors. Genbo is not very talkative, and tends to take fights very seriously. He also has somewhat of a short temper, and seems to have mighty attitude. Genbo's weapon of choice is a bazooka-like cannon that fires iron cannonballs (iron does not actually exist in Skypiea, therefore he must have got his weapon from the Blue Sea somehow). Genbo does not use any Dials. He is voiced by Osamu Ryoutani in the Japanese version. In the English dub, he is voiced by Brad Jackson (adult) and Adrian Cook (child) for Funimation.
Aisa (アイサ?) is a small, brave, Shandorian girl, and cousin of Laki, but she is not one of the Shandorian warriors. Aisa is a bit of a tomboy. She hates it when people die and will try anything to stop it, even rushing into danger without any plans for what to do. She wants to be a strong fighter like everyone else but is afraid of Wyper, though she warms up to him eventually. Even though Aisa does not have any fighting skills, she does possess the "Mantra" ability. She is voiced by Masami Suzuki in the Japanese version. In the English dub, she is voiced by Cherami Leigh for Funimation.
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The Arlong Pirates (アーロン一味 Āron Ichimi?) are an almost entirely fishman pirate crew (except for Nami, who later left) led by Captain Arlong. Formerly, they were the "Sunny Pirates" who were led by "Fisher Tiger", who eventually died, and then Jimbei was captain, until he became a member of The Seven Warlords of the Sea.ch.69 The Arlong Pirates believe they are above humans. The name of their ship is Script error"Shark Superb" (シャーク・スパーブ号 Shāku Supābu-gō?)
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Captain Arlong (アーロン Āron?), nicknamed "Saw-Tooth" Arlong (ノコギリのアーロン Nokogiri no Āron?), is a sawshark fishman and captain of the Arlong Pirates. Arlong is a racist, considering humans to be inferior to fishmen, though there are humans he considers to be exceptions.ch.71 He values money very highlych.69 and is proud of the fact that he would rather die than to break a promise involving money.ch.75 However, he proves willing to subvert the spirit of a promise so long as he follows its letter.ch.80 Arlong is also rather easy to anger and goes berserk. Because Arlong is a fishman, he possesses amazing physical strength, and can breathe on land and underwater. His powerful shark-like jaws are capable of rending metal, stone, and flesh alike and have rapidly re-growing teeth. Arlong also uses a kiribachi as his weapon of choice. Arlong's last bounty was 20,000,000 Berries before he and his crew were captured by the marines. He is voiced by Jūrōta Kosugi in the Japanese version of the anime.ep.31 In the English dubs, he is voiced by David Wills for 4Kidsep.30, and by Chris Rager for Funimation.ep.31
Momoo (モーム Mōmu?) is a giant "sea cow" (literally) that was brought from the Grand Line by The Arlong Pirates, and at the time when Hachi was part of the crew (as the first mate), Momoo was Hachi's pet. When Momoo encounters Luffy, Sanji, and Yosaku, he is promptly beaten. Later, during the battle at Arlong Park, he was called upon to fight The Straw Hat Pirates, but was easily defeated by Luffy. In the English dub, he is voiced by Cris George for Funimation.
Kuroobi (クロオビ Kuroobi?) is a manta ray fishman and a member of the Arlong Pirates. Kuroobi is one of the strictest members in his crew and has always been wary of Nami's supposed allegiance to Arlong. Kuroobi uses "Fishman Karate" ("Merman Karate" in the 4Kids dub) to fight his opponents. He is a level 40 practitioner of this martial art, causing great injury to Sanji in their battle, especially underwater. As a fishman, Kuroobi has an advantage underwater, he can breath both on land and underwater. Kuroobi also has incredible physical strength. He is voiced by Hisao Egawa in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, he is voiced by Sean Schemmel for 4Kids, and by Patrick Seitz for Funimation.
Choo (チュウ Chū?) is an archerfish fishman and the sniper of the Arlong Pirates. Like the rest of the crew, he looks down on humans, seeing them as inferior. Choo, Hachi, and Kuroobi took down Commodore Purinpurin of the marines and his men with ease, Choo taking Purinpurin down personally. He can spit water out of his mouth as if it were a bullet. Choo, like all fishmen, has immense physical strength, and can breath on land and underwater. He is voiced by Masaya Onosaka in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, he is voiced by Tom Wayland for 4Kids, and by Jay Hickman for Funimation.
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The Bellamy Pirates (ベラミー海賊団 Beramī Kaizokudan?) are a pirate crew who originated from the North Blue, and were led by deceased Captain Bellamy. The Bellamy Pirates are attempting to usher in the New Era, and so they laugh at people's dreams. The name of their Script errorship is "New Witch's Tongue" (ニュー・ウィッチ・ベロ号 Nyū Wicchi Bero-gō?)
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Captain Bellamy (ベラミー Beramī?), nicknamed Bellamy the "Hyena" (ハイエナのベラミー Haiena no Beramī?)ch.222,223 and "Big Time Rookie" (大型新人 Ōgata Shinjin?), is named after the real pirate Samuel Bellamych.230, and deceased captain of the Bellamy Pirates. Like the rest of his crew, Bellamy strongly believed in the coming of the New Era. Bellamy was cruel, violent, and vain. He was very arrogant and highly confident in his own powers. He loved to have an audience to witness his feats. Bellamy was ruthless, as he killed people over unimportant matters. Also, he seemed to laugh at other people's misfortune. Bellamy ate a paramecia Devil Fruit called the Spring-Spring Fruit (バネバネの実 Bane Bane no Mi?, "Boing-Boing Fruit" in the English manga) that allowed him to turn his legs into springs to bounce off surfaces to gain extraordinary heights and velocity for his attacks.ch.231 Bellamy was presumably killed by Don Quixote Doflamingo after Doflamingo was disgusted by Bellamy's defeat from Luffy. Bellamy's last bounty was 55,000,000 Berries before he was killed. He was voiced by Wataru Takagi in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, he was voiced by Andrew Rannells for 4Kids, and by Justin Cook for Funimation.
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Sarquiss (サーキース Sākīsu?, "Sirkees" in the 4Kids dub), nicknamed "Big Knife" Sarquiss (ビッグナイフ・サーキース Biggu Naifu Sākīsu?, "Big Knife" Sirkees in the 4Kids dub), is the first mate of the Bellamy Pirates. Sarquiss, like the rest of the crew, strongly believes in the coming of the New Era, and laughs at anyone who mentions their dreams. He also falsely believes that a bounty serves as a rating of a person's fighting level, making him believe that he is a more powerful fighter than he truly is. He is also very stubborn. Sarquiss is a decent fighter who fights using a kukri dagger.ch.303 Sarquiss's current bounty is 38,000,000 Berries. He is voiced by Yuji Ueda in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, he is voiced by David Wills for 4Kids, and by Duncan Brannan for Funimation.
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The Black Cat Pirates (クロネコ海賊団 Kuroneko Kaizokudan?) are a crew of pirates led by Captain Kuro. Marine Seaman Recruit Jango used to be the Script errorfirst mate of this crew. The name of their ship is "Bezan Black" (ベザン・ブラック号 Bezan Burakku-gō?)
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Captain Kuro (クロ?), nicknamed Kuro the "Thousand Plans" (百計のクロ Hyakkei no Kuro?), is the captain of the Black Cat Pirates, and known for his elaborate plansch.26 who desires to leave behind his identity and to escape the pirates' lifestyle of always being on the run.ch.37 He does this by becoming butler to Kaya, Usopp's childhood friend. He considers his crew as nothing but pawns to carry out his plans and, if he so pleases, to die for him.ch.38 In general, Kuro is a genius of the highest caliber whose plans have never failed in the past. Kuro fights using a pair of gloves, equipped with very long straight, single edged blades. Wearing these, he adopted his signature habit of adjusting his constantly slipping glasses by using only the palm of his hand to avoid cutting his face.ch.33 Anime News Network praised the character as being "both unspeakably cool and utterly vile". Kuro's former bounty was 16,000,000 Berries before the marines thought he was dead. He is voiced by Kōichi Hashimoto in the Japanese version of the anime.ep.9 In the English dubs, he is voiced by Gary Mack for 4Kidsep.9, and by Kent Williams for Funimation.ep.9
Siam (シャム Shamu?) along with his fellow pirate and brother, Butchie, are two members and the lookouts of the Black Cat Pirates. They are also known as the "Meowban Brothers". Siam has a sneaky and devious mind. He proves this by pretending to be weak and lack confidence in his abilities, and scared of his opponents in order to have their guard down. He is also a very vicious fighter using a pair of gloves with very sharp claws. Between Siam and Butchie, Siam is the faster one, and usually distracts opponents from Butchie. He is voiced by Masaya Onosaka in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, he is voiced by Eric Stuart for 4Kids, and by Todd Haberkorn for Funimation.
Butchie (ブチ Buchi?) along with his fellow pirate and brother, Siam, are two members and the lookouts of the Black Cat Pirates.ch.31,32 They are also known as the "Meowban Brothers". Butchie is very vicious and physically strong. He shows his viciousness by crushing his enemies with his heavy weight. His weapon of choice is a pair gloves with very sharp claws. Between Siam and Butchie, Butchie is the powerhouse, and usually the one that goes in for the kill. He is voiced by Yasuhiro Takato in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, he is voiced by Jimmy Zoppi for 4Kids, and by Chris Rager for Funimation.
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The Krieg Pirates (クリーク海賊団 Kurīku Kaizokudan?) is the largest and most feared pirate crew of the East Blue, led by Captain Don Krieg. They consisted of a fleet of 50 pirate ships and 5,000 pirates that posed as a fearsome force, until Don Krieg attempted to conquer the Grand Line. Their crew was wiped out by Dracule Mihawk, leaving their main remaining that managed to escape back to the East Blue. The name of their main ship is Script error"Dreadnaught Sabre" (ドレッドノート・サーベル号 Doreddonōto Sāberu-gō?).
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Captain Don Krieg (首領・クリーグ Don Kurīku?), nicknamed "Foul Play" Krieg (ダマシ討ちのクリーク Damashi Uchi no Kurīku?), is the captain of the Krieg Pirates and well known for his underhanded tactics.ch.46 Krieg does not care for his crew and bullies them to fear and obey him.ch.49 He punishes those who fail him and those who show weakness.ch.61,62 He is very proud of his rank as captain and gets very mad when someone defies him, or even hesitates about his ideas. Krieg wears a gilded suit of steel armor that is filled with hidden weapons, such as guns, bombs, etc.ch.47 Krieg also uses a weapon called the "Mighty Battle Spear", that not only is a spear, but can release explosions and still stay intact. Krieg's current bounty is 17,000,000 Berries. He is voiced by Fumihiko Tachiki in the Japanese version of the anime.ep.21 In the English dubs, he is voiced by Marc Thompson for 4Kidsep.20, and by Andy Mullins for Funimation.ep.21
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Ghin (ギン Gin?, "Gin" in the English manga), nicknamed "Cold-Hearted Demon" (鬼人のギン Kijin no Gin?, "Diablo" in the 4Kids dub), is the first mate of the Krieg Pirates. Ghin is fiercely loyal to Krieg, carrying out whatever orders he may be given from him no matter how inhumanly brutal or ruthless without protest or hesitation. However, unlike Krieg, Ghin has some sense of honor inside him. Ghin's weapon of choice are dual tonfas that are modified on the tip to have heavy balls to deliver more impact. He is voiced by Kenichi Ono in the Japanese version. In the English dub, he is voiced by Illich Guardiola for Funimation.
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Pearl (パール Pāru?), nicknamed Invincible Shield (鉄壁 Teppeki?), is the second mate of the Krieg Pirates. Pearl appeared to be somewhat cocky, claiming to have never lost a drop of blood in battle, calling himself "dandy". However, if he sees even a drop of his own blood, he goes into a panicked frenzy. Pearl is clad in circular iron plates serving as his armor. The ones on his limbs are used for bashing and crushing. Pearl can also cause friction to ignite his body with an intense layer of blue fire. He is voiced by Kawamoto Hiroyuki in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, he is voiced by Dan Green for 4Kids, and by J. Michael Tatum for Funimation.
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The Wapol Pirates (ワポル海賊団 Waporu Kaizokudan?) are led by the former king of "Drum Kingdom" (now called "Cherry Blossom Kingdom") on "Drum Island", Wapol. The Wapol Pirates are not actually pirates. After the Blackbeard Pirates attacked Drum Island, Wapol and his subordinates fled and became pirates, only until Wapol regained his throne. The name of Script errortheir ship is "Tin Tyrant" (ブリキング Burikingu?).
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Wapol (ワポル Waporu?), nicknamed "Tin Plate" Wapol (ブリキのワポル Buriki no Waporu?, Wapol "of Tin" in the English manga), is the former king of "Drum Kingdom"ch.133 (which is later renamed to "Cherry Blossom Kingdom").ch.440 Wapol was once a prince of the region who succeeded his father, a king beloved by the people of Drum Island, as monarch when his father died. Wapol however, proved to be a spoiled and corrupt king, who held not the slightest regard for his people. Before Wapol's ascension to power, Drum Kingdom possessed the most numerous and skilled doctors in all of the Grand Line. Wapol ate a paramecia Devil Fruit called the Munch-Munch Fruit (バクバクの実 Baku Baku no Mi?),ch.131 which grants him the ability to eat virtually anything and to take on its properties.ch.147 Wapol held a cruel regime over his kingdom by exiling most of the countries physicians and forcing the citizens to beg for treatment by Wapol's personal group of elite doctors.ch.141 He is voiced by Bin Shimada in the Japanese version of the anime.ep.79 In the English dubs, he is voiced by Sean Schemmel for 4Kidsep.48, and by Andy Mullins for Funimation.
Robson (ロブソン Robuson?) is Wapol's pet "White Walkie" (a shaggy hippo). Wapol killed his brothers and was Robson was very unhappy with him. Wapol rides him as his personal transport. Robson is somewhat loyal to Wapol, but he gets irritated when Wapol gets too bossy. In the English dub, he is voiced by Kyle Phillips for Funimation.
Chess (チェス Chesu?) was the Head of Staff (during Wapol's reign), and a subordinate serving under Wapol. As Head of Staff, Chess wrote down every new law Wapol made, along with everything he eats. Chess is quite cocky, and he also won't hesitate to hurt innocent bystanders. Chess is an archer, using a bow and arrow (Chess can also light the arrows on fire) in battle.ch.146 He is voiced by Yusuke Numata in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, he is voiced by Jimmy Zoppi for 4Kids, and by Kyle C. Jones for Funimation.
Kuromarimo (クロマーリモ Kuromārimo?) was the Magistrate (during Wapol's reign), and a subordinate serving under Wapol. As Magistrate, Kuromarimo was a high ranking law officer enforcing law, similar to a judge. Kuromarimo is selfish and arrogant. Despite this, he is extremely loyal to Wapol. Kuromarimo is a boxer, using unconditioned afros from his own head hair as his boxing gloves.ch.146 He is voiced by Kenji Nomura in the Japanese version. In the English dubs, he is voiced by Jamie McGonnigal for 4Kids, and by Charles Baker for Funimation.
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The Foxy Pirates (フォクシー海賊団 Fokushī Kaizokudan?) are a diverse group of pirates led by Captain Foxy. A majority of the crew is composed mostly of crewmen won through the Davy Back Fight. The name of their ship is "Sexy Foxy" (セクシー・フォクシー号 Sekushī Fokushī-gō?).
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Captain Foxy (フォクシー Fokushī?), nicknamed "Silver Fox" (銀ギツネ Gin Gitsune?), is the captain of the Foxy Pirates who specializes in the pirate game, Davy Back Fight, in which pirate crews can win crewmen from their opponents.ch.306 Foxy is a cheater and trickster.ch.307 Though he acts supremely confident most of the time, he is extremely sensitive to insults or criticism. Whenever someone insults him he will fall to his knees, but all it takes is a few kind words from anybody to perk him up again. Foxy ate a paramecia Devil Fruit called the Slow-Slow Fruit (ノロノロの実 Noro Noro no Mi?) and gained the ability to emit microscopic particles from his hands which can temporarily slow down any object, reducing the object's velocity, while preserving its kinetic energy.ch.309 Foxy's current bounty is 24,000,000 Berries. He is voiced by Bin Shimada in the Japanese version.ep.207
Porche (ポルチェ Poruche?) is a member of the Foxy Pirates.ch.306 Porche loves that she is worshiped by the men of the crew. She is spoiled and arrogant, but very loyal to Foxy, also having a huge obsession with Chopper, since he is so cute. She refers to him as "Choppy". Porche's main weapon is a baton-like weapon that shoots shurikens covered with flowers. She is voiced by Sara Nakayama in the Japanese version.
Hamburg (ハンバーグ Hanbāgu?) is a member of the Foxy Pirates, and also the leader of the Groggy Monsters.ch.306 Hamburg is a huge gorilla-like human who is almost always seen laughing over the dumbest things. Hamburg often carries Foxy around and tends to help him cheat. Though he seems to respect and admire Foxy, he never fails to laugh cheerfully when Foxy fails at something or is insulted. In combat, Hamburg wields dual clubs. He is voiced by Hirohiko Kakegawa in the Japanese version.
Pickles Script error
Pickles (ピクルス Pikurusu?), nicknamed "Tackle Demon" (タックルマシーン Takkuru Mashīn?), is a member of the Foxy Pirates, and is also one of of the Groggy Monsters. Like the rest of the Groggy Monsters, Pickles is a bit dumb and tends to laugh for no reason. He however, seems to be the smartest of three. As a Foxy Pirate, Pickles cheats when opportunity presents itself. In battle, Pickles wields dual falchion swords. He is voiced by Osamu Ryuutani in the Japanese version.
Big Bun (ビッグパン Biggu Pan?) is the largest member of the Foxy Pirates, part of the Groggy Monsters, and is a "Wotan", which means, he is half Fishman (mudfish) and half Giant. Big Bun is somewhat deaf and slow witted. He is a dumb idiot that laughs alongside his fellow Groggy Monster teammates about the dumbest things. Big Bun is a brutal monster that gives his opponents no quarter. Like the rest of the Foxy Pirates, Big Bun is not above cheating and exploiting loopholes. Big Bun wields gigantic pans. He is voiced by Mahito Oba in the Japanese version.
Capote (カポーティ Kapōti?) is a swordfish Fishman member of the Foxy Pirates. He is very loyal to Foxy and his crew. He is also arrogant and very sure of himself. For combat, Capote uses Fishman Karate. He is voiced by Hiroshi Tsuchida in the Japanese version.
Several types of merchandise have been produced based on the likeness of the characters in the One Piece series, such as cushions, clothing, towels, key chains, and clocks, as well as several lines of figurines, action figures and plush dolls, including crossovers with other series. Many characters are also featured on trading cards from the One Piece Collectible Card Game and other products ranging from calendars to bath salts.
Allen Divers of Anime News Network comments that the male character designs of the One Piece manga are "often quite varied and unique", while the female ones become "a bit repetitive". They further note that, as the characters are "defined by what they seek", there is little room "for actual development", but they also point out that the series is driven by its battles in which the main characters each take their "turn in the spotlight". Todd Douglass, Jr. of DVD talk simply states that the series' characters have a lot of charm.
In a review of The Desert Princess and the Pirates: Adventures in Alabasta, Carl Kimlinger of ANN describes the visual style of One Piece as "unconventional" with "grotesquely exaggerated expressions, simple eyes, big mouths and bigger teeth", "supremely ugly supporting characters and skinny, gangly-limbed main cast" and comments that "it's all amazingly distinctive, utterly appropriate, and surprisingly cool—in a goofy kind of way." In the same review, Kimlinger notes that "Funimation's English dub is light-years better than the 4Kids debacle", "unusually accurate, professional, and largely enjoyable, which is far, far more than can be said of the previous dub", but notes that Funimation's version of "Crocodile loses his sepulchral charisma" and that "the original's fine dance on the edge of mawkish sentimentality is disrupted often enough by less-than-stellar acting". They also state that "Colleen Clinkenbeard's Luffy is more a generic spunky kid than a personality in his own right, really coming to life only during the action scenes during which she does a fine job of being darned cool."
In another review of The Desert Princess and the Pirates: Adventures in Alabasta, Dustin Somner of Blu-ray.com comments that the Japanese and Funimation voice-acting is "fairly good, but not exceptional" and sometimes "overly zany".
In a review of the second DVD release of 4Kids Entertainment's dub, Todd Douglass, Jr. notes "the daunting cast of characters, both good and bad", which "vary from cool and collected to rampaging psychopaths" as "one of the appealing factors" of the anime. In the same review, Douglass said that "Some of the voices were pretty irritating ... with a lot of high-pitches and over exaggerated speech."
Brigitte Schönhense of Splashcomics comments that the "brilliant" (German: "genial") flashbacks into the characters' pasts make them so "likeable and lovable" (German: "sympathisch und liebenswert") and that they are the manga's real strength.
Mania Entertainment writer Jarred Pine comments that Oda's characters are "whacky" and that his "bizarre" character designs create "wonderful characterizations and personalities". He notes the "well illustrated" facial expressions and says that "it's the whacky characterizations and designs that makes One Piece its own".
In a review of Funimation Entertainment's second DVD release for Mania Entertainment, Bryce Coulter comments that "One Piece's bizarre character designs will keep your attention as they can be very random and often memorable. Not the prettiest, but it will definitely capture your attention."
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 "Interview with Eiichiro Oda". Shonen Jump (Viz Media) (unknown issue).
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 7th Japanese One Piece volume. p. 148.
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 24rd Japanese One Piece volume. p. 206–209.
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 43rd Japanese One Piece volume. p. 214–219.
- ↑ 5.0 5.1 Script error
- ↑ "DVD Talk Review: One Piece - Season 1, First Voyage". DVD Talk. May 25, 2008. Retrieved November 8, 2008.
- ↑ Ellingwood, Holly (August 16, 2007). "Activeanime: ONE PIECE VOL. 10 BAROQUE WORKS (ADVANCE REVIEW)". Activeanime. Retrieved July 5, 2009.
- ↑ 8.0 8.1 "Society for the Promotion of Japanese Animation Announces SPJA Industry Award Finalists at Tokyo International Anime Fair". Anime News Network. March 27, 2008. Retrieved July 4, 2009.
- ↑ Kimlinger, Carl (June 3, 2008). "One Piece DVD - Season 1 Part 1 Uncut". Anime News Network. Retrieved July 4, 2009.
- ↑ Kimlinger, Carl (September 29, 2008). "One Piece DVD - Season One Part 2 Second Voyage". Anime News Network. Retrieved July 4, 2009.
- ↑ Pine, Jarred (January 21, 2006). "One Piece Vol. #09". Mania Entertainment. Retrieved July 5, 2007.
- ↑ "One Piece (Vol. 8): Belle of the Brawl". Active Anime. April 25, 2007. Retrieved July 4, 2006.
- ↑ 13.0 13.1 "Fans Chat with Oda Sensei!" Shonen Jump #84. Volume 7, Issue 12. December 2009. 33.
- ↑ 14.0 14.1 Coulter, Bryce (October 1, 2008). "One Piece Season 1 Part 2". Mania Entertainment. Retrieved July 6, 2009.
- ↑ 15.0 15.1 15.2 15.3 15.4 One Piece: The Desert Princess and the Pirates: Adventures in Alabasta. [DVD]. Funimation Entertainment. 2008. ISBN 978-1-4210-1124-0.
- ↑ Script error
- ↑ Sparrow, A.E. (April 18, 2008). "IGN: One Piece - Volume 17 Review". IGN. Retrieved November 8, 2008.
- ↑ "Anime Matsuri Announces Final Round of Guests". Anime News Network. March 13, 2008. Retrieved May 18, 2009.
- ↑ Script error
- ↑ 20.0 20.1 "Fans Chat with Oda Sensei!" Shonen Jump #84. Volume 7, Issue 12. December 2009. 32.
- ↑ Script error
- ↑ Kimlinger, Carl (June 3, 2008). "One Piece DVD - Season 1 Part 1 Uncut review". Anime News Network. Retrieved May 19, 2009.
- ↑ "One Piece S-DX Cushion: Chopper". HobbyLink Japan. Retrieved November 8, 2008.
- ↑ "Karakuri Castle Chopper Parka Black M". HobbyLink Japan. Retrieved November 8, 2008.
- ↑ "One-Piece Bath Towel: A Chopper". HobbyLink Japan. Retrieved November 8, 2008.
- ↑ "Chopper Rubber Key Chain". HobbyLink Japan. Retrieved November 8, 2008.
- ↑ "One-Piece Clock: B Chopper Design". HobbyLink Japan. Retrieved November 8, 2008.
- ↑ Script error
- ↑ "One". Mattel. Retrieved November 30, 2008.
- ↑ "60cm Big Tony Tony Chopper". HobbyLink Japan. Retrieved November 8, 2008.
- ↑ "Stuffed Costume Chopper D with Pumpkin". HobbyLink Japan. Retrieved November 8, 2008.
- ↑ "Super DX Stuffed Chopper Winter: Gloves". HobbyLink Japan. Retrieved November 8, 2008.
- ↑ "Stuffed Talking Chopper A Smiling". HobbyLink Japan. Retrieved November 8, 2008.
- ↑ "One Piece Figure & Bank: Chopper Red Mantle". HobbyLink Japan. Retrieved November 8, 2008.
- ↑ "1/8 Portrait of Pirates Neo-EX: Tony Tony Chopper". HobbyLink Japan. Retrieved November 8, 2008.
- ↑ Bricken, Rob (December 14, 2008). "Astro Toy with Rob Bricken: Dragonball x One Piece Dream Fusion". Anime News Network. Retrieved January 8, 2009.
- ↑ "Bandai Offers November Special on 'One Piece CCG'". ICv2. October 20, 2005. Retrieved May 18, 2009.
- ↑ Script error
- ↑ Miller, Evan (March 22, 2008). "Super Conbini Find of the Day: One Piece Bath Salts". Anime News Network. Retrieved May 18, 2009.
- ↑ "3D Mouse Pad Nami". Otacute. Retrieved January 18, 2010.
- ↑ "3D Mouse Pad Nico Robin". Otacute. Retrieved January 18, 2010.
- ↑ "3D Mouse Pad Hancock". Otacute. Retrieved January 18, 2010.
- ↑ Divers, Allen (February 10, 2003). "One Piece manga review". Anime News Network. Retrieved April 24, 2009.
- ↑ Douglass, Todd, Jr. (February 17, 2008). "One Piece: Movie No. 8". DVD talk. Retrieved April 24, 2009.
- ↑ Kimlinger, Carl (February 18, 2008). "One Piece: The Desert Princess and the Pirates (Movie No. 8)". Anime News Network. Retrieved March 31, 2009.
- ↑ Somner, Dustin (March 1, 2009). "One Piece Movie 8 Blu-ray Review". Blu-ray.com. Retrieved April 27, 2009.
- ↑ Douglass, Todd, Jr. (April 16, 2006). "One Piece Vol 2". DVD talk. Retrieved April 26, 2009.
- ↑ Script error
- ↑ Script error
- ↑ Pine, Jarred (January 21, 2006). "One Piece Vol. #09". Mania Entertainment. Retrieved July 6, 2009.
- One Piece manga volumes by Oda, Eiichiro
- Original Japanese version published by Shueisha
- ^ Romance Dawn —冒険の夜明け—. December 1997. ISBN 4-08-872509-3.
- ^ Versus!! バギー海賊団. April 1998. ISBN 4-08-872544-1.
- ^ 偽れぬもの. June 1998. ISBN 4-08-872569-7.
- ^ 三日月. August 1998. ISBN 4-08-872594-8.
- ^ 誰が為に鐘は鳴る. October 1998. ISBN 4-08-872619-7.
- ^ 誓い. December 1998. ISBN 4-08-872642-1.
- ^ クソジジイ. March 1999. ISBN 4-08-872683-9.
- ^ 死なねェよ. April 1999. ISBN 4-08-872712-6.
- ^ 涙. July 1999. ISBN 4-08-872735-5.
- ^ OK, Let's Stand Up!. October 1999. ISBN 4-08-872773-8.
- ^ 東一番の悪. December 1999. ISBN 4-08-872797-5.
- ^ 伝説は始まった. February 2000. ISBN 4-08-872822-X.
- ^ 大丈夫!!!. April 2000. ISBN 4-08-872863-7.
- ^ 本能. July 2000. ISBN 4-08-872888-2.
- ^ まっすぐ!!!. September 2000. ISBN 4-08-873009-7.
- ^ 受け継がれる意志. December 2000. ISBN 4-08-873045-3.
- ^ ヒルルクの桜. February 2001. ISBN 4-08-873073-9.
- ^ エース登場. April 2001. ISBN 4-08-873100-X.
- ^ 反乱. July 2001. ISBN 4-08-873133-6.
- ^ 決戦はアルバーナ. September 2001. ISBN 4-08-873158-1.
- ^ 理想郷. December 2001. ISBN 4-08-873194-8.
- ^ Hope!!. February 2002. ISBN 4-08-873222-7.
- ^ ビビの冒険. April 2002. ISBN 4-08-873252-9.
- ^ 人の夢. July 2002. ISBN 4-08-873282-0.
- ^ 一億の男. September 2002. ISBN 4-08-873313-4.
- ^ 神の島の冒険. December 2002. ISBN 4-08-873336-3.
- ^ 序曲. February 2003. ISBN 4-08-873379-7.
- ^ 「戦鬼」ワイパー. May 2003. ISBN 4-08-873418-1.
- ^ 聖譚曲. July 2003. ISBN 4-08-873480-7.
- ^ 狂想曲. October 2003. ISBN 4-08-873502-1.
- ^ ここにいる. December 2003. ISBN 4-08-873551-X.
- ^ 島の歌声. March 2004. ISBN 4-08-873571-4.
- ^ Davy Back Fight!!. June 2004. ISBN 4-08-873593-5.
- ^ 「水の都」ウォーターセブン. August 2004. ISBN 4-08-873638-9.
- ^ 船長. November 2004. ISBN 4-08-873667-2.
- ^ 9番目の正義. February 2005. ISBN 4-08-873768-7.
- ^ トムさん. April 2005. ISBN 4-08-873802-0.
- ^ ロケットマン!!. July 2005. ISBN 4-08-873839-X.
- ^ 争奪戦. November 2005. ISBN 4-08-873872-1.
- ^ ギア. December 2005. ISBN 4-08-874003-3.
- ^ 宣戦布告. April 2006. ISBN 4-08-874047-5.
- ^ 海賊 VS CP9. July 2006. ISBN 4-08-874127-7.
- ^ 英雄伝説. September 2006. ISBN 4-08-874149-8.
- ^ 帰ろう. December 2006. ISBN 4-08-874287-7.
- ^ 心中お察しする. March 2007. ISBN 978-4-08-874314-1.
- ^ ゴースト島の冒険. July 2007. ISBN 978-4-08-874382-0.
- ^ くもり時々ホネ. September 2007. ISBN 978-4-08-874411-7.
- ^ オーズの冒険. December 2007. ISBN 978-4-08-874442-1.
- ^ ナイトメア・ルフィ. March 2008. ISBN 978-4-08-874485-8.
- ^ 再び辿りつく. June 2008. ISBN 978-4-08-874521-3.
- ^ 11人の超新星. September 2008. ISBN 978-4-08-874563-3.
- ^ ロジャーとレイリー. December 2008. ISBN 978-4-08-874602-9.
- ^ 王の資質. March 2009. ISBN 978-4-08-874640-1.
- ^ もう誰にも止められない. June 2009. ISBN 978-4-08-874662-3.
- ^ 地獄に仏. September 2009. ISBN 978-4-08-874727-9.
- ^ ありがとう. December 2009. ISBN 978-4-08-874761-3.
- ^ 頂上決戦. March 2010. ISBN 978-4-08-870010-6.
- ^ この時代の名を"白ひげ"と呼ぶ. June 2010. ISBN 978-4-08-870045-8.
- Translated into English and published by Viz Media
- ^ Romance Dawn. June 2003. ISBN 1-56931-901-4.
- ^ Buggy the Clown. November 2003. ISBN 1-59116-057-X.
- ^ Don't Get Fooled Again. March 2004. ISBN 1-59116-184-3.
- ^ The Black Cat Pirates. July 2004. ISBN 1-59116-337-4.
- ^ For Whom the Bell Tolls. November 2004. ISBN 1-59116-615-2.
- ^ The Oath. March 2005. ISBN 1-59116-723-X.
- ^ The Crap-Geezer. July 2005. ISBN 1-59116-852-X.
- ^ I Won't Die. October 2005. ISBN 1-4215-0075-2.
- ^ Tears. January 2006. ISBN 1-4215-0191-0.
- ^ OK, Let's Stand Up!. April 2006. ISBN 1-4215-0406-5.
- ^ The Meanest Man in the East. July 2006. ISBN 1-4215-0663-7.
- ^ The Legend Begins. October 2006. ISBN 1-4215-0664-5.
- ^ It's All Right!!!. January 2007. ISBN 1-4215-0665-3.
- ^ Instinct. April 2007. ISBN 1-4215-1091-X.
- ^ Straight Ahead!!!. August 2007. ISBN 1-4215-1092-8.
- ^ Carrying on His Will. November 2007. ISBN 1-4215-1093-6.
- ^ Hiruluk's Cherry Blossoms. March 2008. ISBN 1-4215-1511-3.
- ^ Ace Arrives. June 2008. ISBN 1-4215-1512-1.
- ^ Rebellion. October 2008. ISBN 1-4215-1513-X.
- ^ Showdown at Alubarna. February 2009. ISBN 978-1-4215-1514-4.
- ^ Utopia. June 2009. ISBN 978-1-42-152429-0.
- ^ Hope!!. October 2009. ISBN 1-4215-2430-9.
- ^ Vivi's Adventure. December 2009. ISBN 978-1-4215-2844-1.
- ^ People's Dreams. January 2010. ISBN 1-4215-2845-2.
- ^ The 100 Million Berry Man. January 2010. ISBN 1-4215-2846-0.
- ^ Adventure on Kami's Island. January 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3442-8.
- ^ Overture. January 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3443-6.
- ^ Wyper the Berserker. January 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3444-4.
- ^ Oratorio. February 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3445-2.
- ^ Cappricio. February 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3446-0.
- ^ We'll Be Here. February 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3447-9.
- ^ Love Song. February 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3448-7.
- ^ Davy Back Fight. February 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3449-5.
- ^ The City of Water, Water Seven. March 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3450-9.
- ^ Captain. March 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3451-7.
- ^ The Ninth Justice. March 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3452-5.
- ^ Tom. March 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3453-3.
- ^ Rocketman!!. March 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3454-1.
- ^ Scramble. April 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3455-X.
- ^ Gear. April 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3456-8.
- ^ Declaration of War. April 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3457-6.
- ^ Pirates vs. CP9. April 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3458-4.
- ^ Legend of a Hero. April 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3459-2.
- ^ Let's Go Back. May 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3460-6.
- ^ You Have My Sympathies. May 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3461-4.
- ^ Adventure on Ghost Island. May 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3462-2.
- ^ Cloudy, Partly Bony. May 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3463-0.
- ^ Adventures of Oars. May 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3464-9.
- ^ Nightmare Luffy. June 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3465-7.
- ^ Arriving Again. June 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3466-5.
- ^ The 11 Supernovas. June 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3467-3.
- ^ Roger and Rayleigh. June 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3468-1.
- ^ Natural Born King. June 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3469-X.
- ^ Unstoppable. July 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3470-3.
- One Piece TV anime episodes directed by Uda, Kōnosuke
- Original Japanese version produced by Toei Animation
- ^ 俺はルフィ！海賊王になる男だ！. Fuji TV. October 20, 1999. No. 1.
- ^ ルフィの過去！赤髪のシャンクス登場. Fuji TV. December 8, 1999. No. 4.
- ^ 正義のうそつき？キャプテンウソップ. Fuji TV. January 12, 2000. No. 9.
- ^ 名物コック！海上レストランのサンジ. Fuji TV. April 12, 2000. No. 20.
- ^ 招かれざる客！サンジの飯とギンの恩. Fuji TV. April 12, 2000. No. 21.
- ^ 最初の砦？巨大クジラ・ラブーン現る. Fuji TV. March 21, 2001. No. 62.
- ^ いざ反撃！ウソップの機転と火炎星！. Fuji TV. August 19, 2001. No. 76.
- ^ 奇襲！ブリキング号とブリキのワポル. Fuji TV. September 2, 2001. No. 79.
- ^ さようならドラム島！僕は海へ出る！. Fuji TV. December 9, 2001. No. 91.
- ^ 一億の男！世界最高権力と海賊黒ひげ. Fuji TV. April 20, 2003. No. 151.
- English adaptation by 4Kids Entertainment
- ^ The Passing of the Hat. Fox Broadcasting Company. October 9, 2004. No. 4.
- ^ The Teller of Tales. Fox Broadcasting Company. November 13, 2004. No. 9.
- ^ King of the Busboys. Fox Broadcasting Company. February 5, 2005. No. 19.
- ^ Respecting Sanji. Fox Broadcasting Company. February 12, 2005. No. 20.
- ^ Fantastic Voyage. Fox Broadcasting Company. June 30, 2005. No. 44.
- ^ Heading for Disaster. Cartoon Network. February 11, 2006. No. 59.
- English adaptation by Funimation Entertainment
- ^ 100 Million Man! World's Greatest Power and Pirate Blackbeard. Cartoon Network. November 24, 2007. No. 151.
- Characters section of Toei Animation's One Piece website (Japanese)
- Characters section of Fuji Television's One Piece website
- Characters section of Funimation Entertainment's One Piece website
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