List of One Piece characters


List of One Piece characters
The protagonists of the One Piece series. Clockwise from top: Franky, Usopp (in his Sogeking alias), Nico Robin, Sanji, Monkey D. Luffy, Roronoa Zoro, Nami, Brook and Tony Tony Chopper (at the center).

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 Gold Roger, the deceased King of the Pirates, by finding his treasure, the "One Piece". During the course of series, Luffy gathers himself a diverse crew of pirates, named the Straw Hat Pirates, 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.

The majority of the characters are human, but the cast also includes, among others, giants, mermen and mermaids, and "fishmen"—beings half human, half fish. Many of the characters poses supernatural abilities gained by eating so called "Devil Fruits". Additionally, everyone in the One Piece universe is capable of learning to utilize an ability known as Haki.

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.[1] 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 owner of a bar where Oda used to go, and the famous pirate Blackbeard (Edward Teach).ch. 474 Some other notable examples includes Eustass Kid (Eustace the Monk and William Kidd), X. Drake (Sir Francis Drake), Basil Hawkins (Basil Ringrose and John Hawkins), Capone "Gang" Bege (Al Capone and William Le Sauvage), Trafalgar Law (Edward Low), Jewelry Bonney (Anne Bonny), Urouge (Aruj), Scratchmen Apoo (Chui A-poo),ch. 508 Roronoa Zoro (François l'Olonnais),ch. 28 Sanji & Zeff (Red Legs Greaves),[original research?] Lafitte (Jean Lafitte), Bartholomew Kuma (Bartholomew Roberts),[original research?] Captain Morgan (Henry Morgan),[original research?] Alvida (Awilda),ch. 50 and Bellamy (Samuel Bellamy).[original research?] The character Emporio Ivankov is based on Dr. Frank N. Furter and Norio Imamura. Norio had asked for Oda to draw more okama characters and became Ivankov's first voice actor.ch. 570 Oda stated that he does not want to incorporate or even be told other people's ideas, whether they be his readers or staff. He explained that he does not want to become dependent on others' ideas and that he derives self-confidence from the fact that his work is his alone.ch. 544

Protagonists

The protagonists of the One Piece series are part of the Straw Hat Pirates (麦わらの一味 Mugiwara no Ichimi?, also called Mugiwara Kaizokudan (麦わら海賊団?)), a group of nine pirates, organized and captained by Monkey D. Luffy. Beginning with Luffy alone, the crew's number increases throughout the series, as Luffy keeps recruiting new members.

Monkey D. Luffy

Monkey D. Luffy (モンキー・D・ルフィ Monkī Dī Rufi?), nicknamed "Straw Hat" Luffy (麦わらのルフィ Mugiwara no Rufi?), is the captain of the Straw Hat Pirates and the main protagonist. In the beginning of the series, he accidentally eats the paramecia-type 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 Luffy's fighting style to be silly, so that no matter how tense a situation gets, the reader can relax without becoming stressed out.[1] In addition to his devil fruit ability, Luffy eventually learns to use a mysterious ability called Haki (覇気?, lit. "ambition").ch. 597 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 Gold 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 Luffy ranked first in all three of Shōnen Jump's character popularity polls.vol. 7:148 (ja), vol. 24:206–209 (ja), vol. 43:214–219 (ja) Luffy is voiced by Mayumi Tanaka in the Japanese version of the anime.ep. 1 In the English versions of the series, he is voiced by Bella Hudson in the 4Kids Entertainment dub,ep. 1 and by Colleen Clinkenbeard in the Funimation Entertainment dub.ep. 1

Roronoa Zoro

Roronoa Zoro (ロロノア・ゾロ?, spelled as "Roronoa Zolo" in some English adaptations), named after François l'Olonnais,ch. 28 nicknamed "Pirate Hunter" Zoro (海賊狩りのゾロ Kaizoku-Gari no Zoro?),ch. 3 is a swordsman who uses up to three swords, holding the third in his mouth.ch. 5 To fulfill a promise to his childhood friend and rival, "Kuina",ch. 5 he decides to become the world's greatest swordsman by defeating Dracule Mihawk.ch. 50 Before meeting Luffy, Zoro has become a bounty hunter.ch. 2 Zoro is saved from his executioners by Luffy, who decides to follow his dream.ch. 5f. 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 not fulfill his dream if he did not help his captain fulfill his.ch. 485 He is extremely poor at understanding geographical directions and gets lost very easily. He also sleeps a great deal and loves to drink. After the two years of intense training with Mihawk, Zoro has grown much more powerful than before. Zoro is voiced by Kazuya Nakai as an adult and Megumi Urawa as a child in the Japanese version of the franchise.ep. 2 In the English versions of the series, he is voiced by Marc Diraison as an adult and Andrew Rannells as a child in the 4Kids dub,ep. 2 and by Christopher R. Sabat as an adult and Brina Palencia as a child in the Funimation dub.ep. 2

Zoro ranked second in all four Shōnen Jump character popularity polls.vol. 7:148 (ja), vol. 24:206–209 (ja), vol. 43:214–219 (ja) Furthermore, in a 2007 poll by Oricon, Zoro was voted as the 4th most desired character to receive a spinoff.[2] DVD Talk praises Zoro's "hilarious" three-sword fighting style as a great example of the show's sense of humor.[3] 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.[4] 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.[5] Carl Kimlinger of Anime News Network commented on Sabat's work with Zoro as a "standout", noting that Zoro and Sabat are "well-matched.[6] Kimlinger also found that his and Sanji's flashbacks from the anime "really do jerk tears, even if they are less than gracefully executed".[7]

Nami

Nami (ナミ?), nicknamed as "Cat Burglar" Nami (泥棒猫のナミ Dorobō Neko no Nami?, renamed Nami the "Navigator" in 4Kids' dub), is a navigator and thief who recognizes and analyzes even the slightest changes in the weather.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 Viz's manga translation, and "Weather Forcer" in 4Kids' dub).ch. 190After the two year time-skip however, Nami is shown to have increased greatly in both her usage of the Clima-tact, as well as in her physical aspects. Nami is voiced by Akemi Okamura in the Japanese version of the anime; Wakana Yamazaki acted as a substitute for episodes 70 through 78.ep. 1 In the English versions of the series, she is voiced by Kerry Williams in the 4Kids dub,ep. 1 and by Luci Christian in the Funimation dub.ep. 1

Nami ranked in the Top 10 of all three Shōnen Jump character popularity polls.vol. 7:148 (ja), vol. 24:206–209 (ja), vol. 43:214–219 (ja) 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.[8] While reviewing the eighth 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".[9] In the SPJA 2008, Nami was nominated in the category "Best Female Character".[5]

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.[10]

Usopp

Usopp (ウソップ Usoppu?), nicknamed "King of Snipers Sogeking" (狙撃の王様 Sogeki no Ō-sama?, renamed "Sniper King" in the Viz Media manga translation), is a liar,ch. 27 talented inventor,ch. 190 as well as a skilled painterch. 42 and sculptor.ch. 106 As a marksman, Usopp's 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 most guns.ch. 419 During Usopp's early childhood, his father, Yasopp, leaves him and his mother to join the Red-Haired Pirates.ch. 25 Some time after this, Usopp's mother, Banchina (バンキーナ Bankīna?), falls ill. Usopp starts telling lies, stating that his father has returned and will be taking them with him. His mother eventually dies, but Usopp, in his sadness, continues to tell lies.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 become a pirate,ch. 40 following his dream of becoming a "brave warrior of the sea".ch. 100 His weakness as a fighter originally weighs heavily upon himch. 331. After the crew is defeated and almost destroyed by Admiral Aokiji of the Marines,ch. 320f. Luffy decides to replace the severely damaged Going Merry,ch. 331 the Straw Hats' first ship, which was 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. After the timeskip, he uses a new slingshot called "Kuro Kabuto", which retains the five band design of the original "Kabuto", with the only difference being the color and a smaller size (wheres the original was a staff, the new one is no bigger than a regular slingshot).ch. 331, 438 Usopp is voiced by Kappei Yamaguchi in the Japanese version of the franchise.ep. 9 In the English versions of the series, he is voiced by Jason Anthony Griffith in the 4Kids dub,ep. 9 and by Sonny Strait in the Funimation dub.ep. 9

Usopp ranked in the Top 10 of all three Shōnen Jump character popularity polls.vol. 7:148 (ja), vol. 24:206–209 (ja), vol. 43:214–219 (ja) 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.[2] 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."[11]

Sanji

Sanji (サンジ?), nicknamed "Black Leg" Sanji (黒脚のサンジ Kuro Ashi no Sanji?),ch. 435 is the Straw Hat Pirates' cook. 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 4Kids' dub), a legendary sea, containing every kind of fish in the world.ch. 57 Sanji only uses kicks while fighting. 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. Eventually, Sanji begins using a fire-based kick technique known as Diable Jamble (悪魔風脚 (ディアブルジャンブ) Diaburu Janbu?, spelled as "Diable Jambe" in Viz Media's manga translation), in which he heats his leg by spinning around rapidly to increase his attack power. After 2 years, his body has become much stronger and faster, being able to withstand pressure at 5000 feet under water without a coating, a depth which would have crushed a submarine. Sanji is voiced by Hiroaki Hirata as an adult and Ikue Ōtani as a child in the Japanese version of the franchise.ep. 20 In the English versions of the series, he is voiced by David Moo as an adult and Veronica Taylor as a child in the 4Kids dub,ep. 19 and by Eric Vale as an adult and Christine Auten as a child for Funimation.ep. 20 Sanji ranked in the Top 5 of all three Shōnen Jump character popularity polls.vol. 7:148 (ja), vol. 24:206–209 (ja), vol. 43:214–219 (ja)

Tony Tony Chopper

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 Wata-ame Daisuki no Choppā?), is a doctor and a blue-nosed reindeer who gained human properties by eating the zoan-type Human-Human Fruit (ヒトヒトの実 Hito Hito no Mi?),ch. 140 granting him the 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 or a gorilla. 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 six "points" in the original version 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 After the time-skip Chopper only needs to take a rumble ball for "Monster Point". He does not lose his self-control anymore, though. He is not capable of hiding his feelings.ch. 140 Chopper is voiced by Ikue Ōtani in the Japanese version of the anime; Kazue Ikura acted as a substitute for episodes 254 through 263.ep. 83 In the English version of the series, he is voiced by Lisa Ortiz in the 4Kids dubep. 51 and by Brina Palencia in the Funimation dub.[12]

When creating Chopper, Oda stated that he wanted a mascot who is both cute and fearless.[13] 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.[14] Chopper ranked in the Top 5 of both Shōnen Jump character popularity polls since the character's introduction.vol. 24:206–209 (ja), vol. 43:214–219 (ja) 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.[10]

Nico Robin

Nico Robin (ニコ・ロビン Niko Robin?), nicknamed "Devil Child" (悪魔の子 Akuma no Ko?) by the World Government, is an archaeologist originating from Ohara (オハラ?), home of the world's largest and oldest library; she becomes an archaeologist at the age of eightch. 391f. and learns how to decipher the writings on the ancient stones called Poneglyph (歴史の本文 (ポーネグリフ) Pōnegurifu?), which are scattered around the world. However, the World Government destroys the island for housing archaeologists along with her returning mother, Nico Olvia (ニコ・オルビア Niko Orubia?), researching these stones.ch. 395 As a result, Robin cooperates with various pirates and other outlaws, eventually becoming a member of Baroque Works as its vice president, nicknamed as "Ms. All-Sunday" (ミス・オールサンデー Misu Ōrusandē?, renamed "Ms. Sunday" in 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 (リオ・ポーネグリフ) 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 Robin ate the paramecia-type Flower-Flower Fruit (ハナハナの実 Hana Hana no Mi?, renamed "Hana-Hana Fruit" in 4Kids' dub), 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. After the timeskip, she is able to take her fruit powers to a total different level by making clones of herself, instead of just producing many arms. ch. 265 Robin is voiced by Yuriko Yamaguchi as an adult and by Anzu Nagai as a child in the Japanese version of the franchise; Yūko Kobayashi acted as a substitute for episodes 299 through 319.ep. 67 In the English versions of the series, she is voiced by Veronica Taylor in the 4Kids dubep. 47 and by Stephanie Young in the Funimation dub.ep. 67

Franky

Originally named Cutty Flam (カティ・フラム Kati Furamu?), he eventually starts calling himself Franky (フランキー Furankī?) to hide his identity,ch. 352 gains infamy as "Cyborg" Franky (サイボーグ フランキー Saibōgu Furankī?),ch. 435 and becomes shipwright of the Straw Hat Pirates.ch. 437 Abandoned by his pirate parents on the Grand Line island Water 7 at the age of ten,ch. 427 then Franky becomes an apprentice to the master shipwright Tom along with Iceburg, who later becomes the island's mayor.ch. 354 When Tom is taken away as a criminal by the government for building Gold Roger's ship, the "Oro Jackson", Franky tries to stop them.ch. 357 However, he gets severely injured and exchanges parts of his body with replacements made of scrap metal to survive,ch. 358 turning himself into a cola-powered cyborg.ch. 336, 339 After word of his death had spread, he changes his name to "Franky".ch. 352 Franky gains super-human strength as a result.ch. 418 His artificial bodies' 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; called the Coup de Vent.ch. 338 His dream is to build a ship, become its shipwright, and sail it to the end of the world. To that end, he builds the Thousand Sunny, a brigantine-rigged sloop-of-war, and joins the Straw Hat Pirates.ch. ? During the following two years, Franky drastically modifies his body using knowledge of the Government's scientist Vegapunk, becoming much larger in the process.ch. ? Franky can easily get emotional, but then denies it.ch. 436f., 439 Franky is voiced by Kazuki Yao as an adult and by Junko Noda as a child in the Japanese version of the franchise.ep. 233 In the English version of the series, he is voiced by Patrick Seitz as an adult and by Greg Ayres as a child in the Funimation dub.[15]

Brook

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 a musician. Brook is a skeleton, resurrected by the paramecia-type Revive-Revive Fruit (ヨミヨミの実 Yomi Yomi no Mi?), which grants the user a second life.ch. 443 He is an excellent musician, who claims to be able to play any instrument.ch. 486 He is also a skilled fencer, who uses a shikomizue (a Japanese cane sword), in battle. Brook can hypnotize people with his music.ch. 454 His lightweight skeleton body allows him to jump extraordinarily highch. 493 and to run across water.ch. 443 He has a very childish and energetic personality.ch. 442f. 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 considers it his duty to fulfill his former crew's promise. After the timeskip, it is revealed that he can separate his spirit to move individually of his body similar to Perona (at the time being it is unknown if Brook's body can move or not in this state). ch. 459 Brook is voiced by Chō in the Japanese version of the anime.ep. 339 The idea of a skeleton musician was first conceived by Oda in 2000.[16]

Other groups and organizations

Alabasta Kingdom

The Alabasta Kingdom (アラバスタ王国 Arabasuta Oukoku?) is a desert kingdom in the Grand Line ruled by Nefertari Cobra.ch. ? Igaram (イガラム Igaramu?) is the commander of the Alabasta Royal Guard,ch. ? who joined Princess Vivi in infiltrating Baroque Works.ch. ? There he rose to the rank of a Frontier Agent with the codename of "Mr. 8" (ミスター・エイト Misutā Eito?).ch. ? Igaram fights with a saxophone that shoots bullets when played,ch. ? and he also has guns hidden in his hair that fire when he pulls his neck tie.ch. ?

Angel Island

Angel Island (エンジェル島 Enjeru Tō?) is the original part of Skypiea.ch. ? The people of Angel Island use "Dials" for everyday use such as cooking.ch. ? They greet each other by saying "Heso" (へそ?, lit. "bellybutton").ch. ? Among the inhabitants of Angel Island are Pagaya,ch. ? his daughter Conis (コニス Konisu?)ch. ? and their pet, the "cloud fox" Suu (スー ?).ch. ?

Arlong Pirates

Arlong Pirates (アーロン一味 Āron Ichimi?) are a group consisting of mostly fishmen captained by Arlong.ch. 69 Other members include Hatchan,ch. 69 Kuroobi (クロオビ Kuroobi?), a manta ray fishman and one of the strictest members of the crew who uses "Fishman Karate" (renamed "Merman Karate" in the 4Kids anime) to fight his opponentsch. 75 and Choo (チュウ Chū?), an archerfish fishman, a sniper who can spit water out of his mouth as if it were a bullet.ch. 75 Also, until the crew's defeat at the hands of the Straw Hats,ch. 94 Nami serves as their navigator.ch. 69

Baroque Works

Baroque Works (バロック・ワークス Barokku Wākusu?) is an undercover, criminal organization aiming to overthrow the government of the Alabasta Kingdom. The organization is led by fourteen male agents, who use the code names Mr. 0 through Mr. 13, and their female partners, who use code names taken from weekdays or holidays. The agents Mr. 0 through Mr. 5 and their partners are called Officer Agents and commanded the 200 lower ranking members called Billions. The agents Mr. 6 through Mr. 13 and their partners are called Frontier Agents. They, with the exception of Mr. 13 and his partner, who serve as messengers and punishers, command the 1,800 lowest ranking members called Millions. Crocodile acts as "Mr. 0" and president, and Nico Robin acts as "Ms. All-Sunday" and vice president. Daz Bones acts as "Mr. 1". He works with Paula (ポーラ Pōra?, "Pola" in the English manga), who goes by "Ms. Doublefinger" (ミス・ダブルフィンガー Misu Daburufingā?, renamed "Ms. New Year's Eve" in the 4Kids dub). Bentham, working by himself, acts as "Mr. 2 Bon Clay". Galdino uses the codename "Mr. 3" and partners with "Ms. Golden Week". "Mr. 4" works with the fast talking Ms. Merry Christmas (ミス・メリークリスマス Misu Merī Kurisumasu?, renamed "Ms. Groundhog Day" in 4Kids' dub). The zoan type Mole-Mole Fruit (モグモグの実 Mogu Mogu no Mi?, renamed "Diggy-Diggy Fruit" in some English adaptations) allows her to transform into a mole or mole-human hybrid. "Mr. 5" works with "Ms. Valentine", "Mr. 6" with "Ms. Mother's Day", "Mr. 7" with "Ms. Father's Day", "Mr. 8" with "Ms. Monday", "Mr. 9" with "Ms. Wednesday", "Mr. 10" with "Ms. Tuesday", "Mr. 11" with "Ms. Thursday", "Mr. 12" with "Ms. Saturday", and "Mr. 13" with "Ms. Friday". Ms. Valentine (ミス・バレンタイン Misu Barentain?) ate the paramecia type Kilo-Kilo Fruit (キロキロの実 Kilo Kilo no Mi?) which allows her to change her mass at will. Mr. 5 (ミスター・ファイブ Misutā Faibu?) ate the paramecia type Bomb-Bomb Fruit (ボムボムの実 Bomu Bomu no Mi?, "Boom-Boom Fruit" in the English manga), which can make any part of his body explode at will. Mr. 4 (ミスター・フォー Misutā Fō?) uses a four-ton baseball bat and his bazooka Lasso (ラッスー Rassu?) ate the zoan type Mutt-Mutt Fruit, Dachshund Variety (イヌイヌの実モデル: ダックスフント Inu-Inu no Mi Moderu: Dakkusufundo?), allowing him to change into a dog at will. Mr. 4 uses him to hit exploding baseballs at will. Eventually, the organization is exposed and its leaders captured or on the run.

Blackbeard Pirates

The Blackbeard Pirates (黒ひげ海賊団 Kurohige Kaizokudan?) are a crew of pirates lead by Marshall D. Teach. Initially, his crew consists of the marksman Van Auger (ヴァン・オーガー Van Ōgā?, "Van Ogre" in the English manga and edited dub); Jesus Burgess (ジーザス・バージェス Jīzasu Bājesu?, renamed "G. Zass Burgess" in the edited dub), the crew's helmsman who possesses immense physical strength; the former policeman Lafitte (ラフィット Rafitto?, "Rafitte" in the edited dub); and the sickly physician Doc Q (ドクQ Doku Kyū?), nicknamed "Reaper" (死神 Shinigami?)ch. 234 with his equally sickly horse Stronger (ストロンガー Sutorongā?, "Strongheart" in the English manga).ch. 223 Later Blackbeard recruits a number of prisoners from Impel Down: Shiryu (シリュウ Shiryū?), the prison's former chief jailer, nicknamed "Shiryuu of the Rain" (「雨のシリュウ」 "Ame no Shiryū"?);ch. 549 San Juan Wolf (サンファン・ウルフ Sanfan Urufu?); Vasco Shot (バスコ・ショット Basuko Shotto?); Catarina Devon (カタリーナ・デボン Katarīna Debon?); and Avalo Pizarro (アバロ・ピサロ Abaro Pisaro?).[citation needed]

Black Cat Pirates

The Black Cat Pirates are a cat-themed crew of pirates led by Captain Kuro (クロ?), nicknamed Kuro the "Thousand Plans" (百計のクロ Hyakkei no Kuro?), who is known for his elaborate plans.ch. 26 Desiring to leave behind his identity and to escape the pirates' lifestyle of always being on the run,ch. 37 he becomes butler to Kaya, a childhood friend of Usopp.[citation needed] He considers his crew as nothing but pawns to carry out his plans and, if he so pleases, to die for him.ch. 38 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 Carl Kimlinger of Anime News Network praised Kuro as being "both unspeakably cool and utterly vile".[17] Other members of the crew include Jango, and the Meowban Brothers, Siam (シャム Shamu?) and Butchie (ブチ Buchi?).

Buggy Pirates

The Buggy Pirates (バギー海賊団 Bagī Kaizokudan?) are a circus-themed crew of pirates, captained by Buggy the Clown. Buggy's first mate is a beast tamer called Mohji (モージ Mōji?), who is usually accompanied by his pet lion Richie (リチー Richī?).ch. 12 Third in command is the acrobat Cabaji (カバジ Kabaji?).ch. 15 From early on in the story, the crew is accompanied by Alvida (アルビダ Arubida?), a female pirate out to make Luffy "her man". Though obese at the beginning of the series, she eventually consumes the paramecia-type Smooth-Smooth Fruit (スベスベの実 Sube Sube no Mi?, renamed "Slip-Slip Fruit" in some English adaptations), which makes her thin and allows attacks to easily slip off of her.ch. 98 She is named after the Scandinavian pirate Awilda.ch. 50 Upon Buggy's escape from Impel Down, later in the series, a group of other escapees joins the crew, perhaps even including Galdino.

Cipher Pol Number 9

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 the Rokushiki (六式?, "The Six Powers" in the English manga).ch. 347 The group is commanded by Spandam (スパンダム Supandamu?).ch. 358 Like his father, Spandine (スパンダイン Supandain?), who is in charge of an earlier incarnation of the group,[citation needed] lacks the fighting abilities of his subordinates.ch. 379 He cares only about himself and is obsessed with rising up through the ranks of the World Government.ch. 391 His sword, Funk Freed (ファンクフリード Fanku Furīdo?, Funkfreed in the English manga), possesses the power the zoan-type Elephant-Elephant Fruit (ゾウゾウの実 Zō Zō no Mi?), allowing it to transform into an elephant or an elephant-sword hybrid.ch. 400 Next in command is Rob Lucci (ロブ・ルッチ Robu Rucchi?), a man known for ruthlessly and mercilessly enforcing the "justice" of the World Government.ch. 422 Eating the zoan-type 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?, renamed "Cat-Cat Fruit, Leopard Model" in the English manga), earned him the ability to transform into a leopard or leopard-human hybrid.ch. 349 Always around him is his pigeon, Hattori (ハットリ?).ch. 327

Kaku (カク Kaku?) is a skilled swordsman with a long, square nose. During the course of the story, he eats the zoan-type Ox-Ox Fruit, Model: Giraffe (ウシウシの実 モデル: ジラフ Ushi Ushi no Mi, Moderu: Jirafu?, renamed "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 Jabra (ジャブラ Jabura?), a man who uses deceptive tactics in battle.ch. 413f. Having eaten the zoan-type Dog-Dog Fruit, Model: Wolf (イヌイヌの実 モデル:狼 ウルフ Inu Inu no Mi, Moderu: Urufu?, renamed "Mutt-Mutt Fruit, Wolf Model" in the English manga), he can change into a wolf or wolf-human hybrid.ch. 401 Blueno (ブルーノ Burūno?), a man who ate a paramecia-type Door-Door Fruit (ドアドアの実 Doa Doa no Mi?), possesses the ability to create doors in otherwise solid matter and "air doors" that lead to a separate dimension.ch. 374 Kumadori (クマドリ Kumadori?) is a man who resembles a kabuki actor and uses an ability called "Life Return" to control every cell in his body.ch. 406 Fukuro (フクロウ Fukurō?) is an oddly-shaped man with a zipper across his mouth, which has to be open in order for him to speak.ch. 375 Kalifa (カリファ Karifa?) is beautiful blond woman. During the course of the story, Kalifa eats a paramecia-type Bubble-Bubble Fruit (アワアワの実 Awa Awa no Mi?), granting her the ability to create cleansing bubbles that are capable of "cleaning off" a person's energy and turning them into slippery mannequins.ch. 408 Nero (ネロ Nero?), a man with weasel whiskers, is the newest member of CP9 and has yet to master all the Rokushiki skills.ch. 257

Four Emperors

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 (ビッグ・マム Biggu Mamu?).ch. 581

Foxy Pirates

The Foxy Pirates (フォクシー海賊団 Fokushī Kaizokudan?) are a crew of pirates specializing in a pirate game known as the "Davy Back Fight", wherein pirate crews can win crewmen from their opponents.ch. 306 The crew is lead by Foxy (フォクシー Fokushī?), nicknamed "Silver Fox" (銀ギツネ Gin Gitsune?), a cheater and trickster.ch. 307 Though he acts supremely confident most of the time, he is extremely sensitive to insults or criticism.ch. 306 Foxy ate 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 Other members of Foxy's numerous crew include the Hamburg, who occasionally serves as Foxy's mount, and the crew's idol, Porche.

God's Army

Eneru is the leader of his own personal army, called God's Army (神の軍団 Kami no Gundan?). They consist of, aside from Eneru himself, the Skypiea Priests (神官 Shinkan?, renamed "Kami's Vassals" in the English manga, "Sky Knights" in the edited English anime, and "Vassals" in the 4Kids game), who are Ohm, Satori, Gedatsu, and Shura, and the fifty Enforcers (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 Ohm (オーム Ōmu?) runs the "Ordeal of Iron" (鉄の試練 Tetsu no Shiren?, renamed "I.Q. Iron Test" in the edited dub)ch. 268 Ohm's 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's pet, Holy (ホーリー Hōrī?, spelled as "Holly" in the English manga) is a huge, pale yellow dog that Ohm taught to fight and stand on two feet.ch. 268 Satori (サトリ?) runs the "Ordeal of Spheres" (玉の試練 Tama no Shiren?, renamed "I.Q. Orb Test" in the edited English anime) 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 Gedatsu (ゲダツ?, spelled as "Gedatz" in the edited English anime), nicknamed "Sky Punk" (空番長 Sora Panku?), is one of the Skypiea Priests, and runs the "Ordeal of Swamp" (沼の試練 Numa no Shiren?, renamed "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. 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 Shura (シュラ?), nicknamed "Sky Rider" (スカイライダー Sukai Raidā?, spelled as "Skyrider" in the edited dub) runs the "Ordeal of String" (紐の試練 Himo no Shiren?, renamed "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. 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's steed, Fuza (フザ?) is a condor who is used 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

Impel Down

Impel Down (インペルダウン Inperudaun?) is one of three main locations of the World Governmentch. 549 and the world's greatest prison.ch. ? Chief Warden of Impel Down is Magellan (マゼラン Mazeran?), a man with the ability of the paramecia-type Venom-Venom Fruit (ドクドクの実 Doku Doku no Mi?), which allows him to generate and manipulate poison as well as making him immune to all types of poison.ch. ? His ability does not, however, spare him from diarrhea caused by poisoned food.ch. ? As a result, he spends approximately ten hours each day in the bathroom relieving himself.ch. ? Second in charge of Impel Down is the exceedingly ambitious Vice Chief Warden Hannyabal (ハンニャバル Hannyabaru?).ch. 526 He often shows off how tough he is to the prisoners, which is the reason he is admired amongst the guards.ch. 536 However, he cares more about his own position than the security of the prison.ch. 535 His weapon of choice is a double bladed naginata.ch. 543 Below Hannyabal stand the Chief Guards Sadie (セイディ Seidi?) and Saldeath (サルデス Sarudesu?). Sadie is a very sadistic woman who uses a thin, torturing whip in battle.ch. ? Saldeath wields a trident, which also functions as a flute to direct his subordinates, the Blugori,ch. 543 blue, legless creatures resembling gorillas.ch. ?

Krieg Pirates

The Krieg Pirates are a pirate crew led by 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?), a man 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. 61f. 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. Other members of the crew include Ghin and Pearl.

Kuja

The Kuja (九蛇?) are a tribe of women living on Amazon Lily (アマゾン・リリー Amazon Rirī?),ch. ? an island modeled after China,ch. 535 where men are forbidden to go. The island is ruled by Boa Hancock, who also captains a group of pirates made up of the strongest fighters of the Kuja, including her two younger sisters, who 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

Marine

The Marine (海軍 Kaigun?, "Navy" in some English adaptations) are a naval 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 word "marine" and "Marine", respectively, are French, Dutch and German for "navy".

New Fishman Pirates

The New Fishman Pirates (新魚人海賊団 Shin-Gyojin Kaizokudan?) are a group of fishmen pirates seeking supremacy, using Arlong's ideals that fishmen should be superior to humans. The crew is captained by Hody Jones (ホーディ・ジョーンズ Hōdi Jōnzu?). Jones is a fishman who is responsible for assassinating Otohime, the queen of Fishman Island, an underwater island located in the Grand Line. The pirates eventually make a pact with Vander Decken IX (バンダー・デッケン九世 Bandā Dekken Kyūsei?), another fishman pirate with the power of the paramecia-type Target-Target Fruit (マトマトの実 Mato-Mato no Mi?) to lock on any target at will, so long as he touches the target first, to plot the complete destruction of Fishman Island by initiating a coup d'etat. Jones broadcasts a message to the island, announcing that he will execute its current ruler Neptune to take over the kingdom, and then kill all of the Straw Hat Pirates. However, Luffy eventually teams up with Jimbei, and launch a combined assault on the pirates.

Red-Haired Pirates

The Red-Haired Pirates (赤髪海賊団 Akagami Kaizokudan?) are a group of pirates led by "Red-Haired" Shanks. Other members include Ben Beckman (ベン・ベックマン Ben Bekkuman?), the first mate; Lucky Roux (ラッキー・ルウ Rakkī Ruu?), a large man often seen eating a piece meat; and Yasopp (ヤソップ Yasoppu?), the sharpshooter, who is also the father of Usopp.

Revolutionary Army

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. The organization is led by the world's most wanted man, Monkey D. Dragon (モンキー・D・ドラゴン Monkī Dī Doragon?), who 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 Other revolutionaries are Dragon's comrade Emporio Ivankov (エンポリオ・イワンコフ Enporio Iwankofu?), nicknamed "Miracle Person" (奇跡の人 Kiseki no Hito?), Inazuma (イナズマ?),ch. 539, and Bartholomew Kuma.ch. ? Ivankov is the queen of the drag queen (お釜 okama?) kingdom Kamabakka (カマバッカ?). Ivankov holds the power of the paramecia-type Horm-Horm Fruit (ホルホルの実 Horu Horu no Mi?), enabling him to inject hormones into a person's body using his finger nails, creating various effects like increased healing abilities, increased vigor, or changing the person's gender.ch. 537539 Inazuma possesses ability of the Snip-Snip Fruit (チョキチョキの実 Choki Choki no Mi?), which allows him to turn his hands into giant scissors capable of cutting and deforming almost anything as if it were paper.ch. 540

Seven Warlords of the Sea

The Seven Warlords of the Sea (王下七武海 Ōka Shichibukai?) are a group of up to seven powerful pirates sanctioned by the World Government. They hand over a fraction of their loot to the Government. Other pirates consider the Warlords to be "government dogs".ch. 69 For their allegiance, the World Government pardons these pirates for their crimes and removes the bounties from their heads.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 Initially, the group's members are Dracule Mihawk, Crocodile, Gecko Moria, Jimbei, Boa Hancock, Don Quixote Doflamingo, and Bartholomew Kuma. During the course of the story, Crocodile is replaced by Marshall D. Teach, who leaves the group again shortly thereafter, along with Jimbei.

Shandorians

The Shandorians are a race involved in a war on Skypiea. The race is led by Wyper (ワイパー Waipā?, renamed "Wyler" in Funimation's edited dub). Wyper is a direct descendant of Calgara, a Shandorian warrior who befriends Montblanc Noland in Jaya 400 years ago. Wyper is an extremely violent and irrational man who initially distrusts outsiders, such as Monkey D. Luffy, and is quick to fight anyone without a second thought. Despite this, however, Wyper has a deep love for his people and their homeland. While he means well, his determination sometimes gets the better of him, causing Wyper 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". Eventually, the war ends and the Shandorians make peace with the Skypieans.

Skypiea

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.

Sun Pirates

The Sun Pirates are a band of pirates consisting of fishmen and mermen, led by Fisher Tiger (フィッシャー・タイガー Fisshā Taigā?), and later by Jimbei. They attack any pirate ship they see, but regardless of whoever is on it, they never directly kill. Other members include Arlong, Macro, Choo, Kuroobi and Hatchan. The group eventually disbands when Jimbei joined the Seven Warlords of the Sea.

Thriller Bark crew

The crew of the island-sized ship Thriller Bark, captained by Gecko Moria, consists mostly zombies, numbering in the hundreds, created from corpses and stolen shadows by Moria's devil fruit ability and the skills of his subordinate, the medical genius Hogback (ホグバック Hogubakku?).ch. 449 Placed in charge of the zombies are Moria's other subordinates, Absalom (アブサロム Abusaromu?), nickamed "Graveyard" Absalom (墓場のアブサロム Hakaba no Abusaromu?), a man augmented by Hogback with various animal parts, who ate the paramecia-type Clear-Clear Fruit (スケスケの実 Suke Suke no Mi?), which allows him to turn himself and anything he touches invisible,ch. 464 and Perona (ペローナ Perōna?), nicknamed "Ghost Princess" (ゴーストプリンセス Gōsuto Purinsesu?), a woman who ate the paramecia-type Hollow-Hollow Fruit (ホロホロの実 Horo Horo no Mi?), and thus gained the ability to create various ghosts that can either explode upon command or cause severe depression in an opponent.ch. 461, 465 Using Luffy's shadow, Moria revived 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. 456f. Using Brook's shadow, Moria revived Ryuma (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 Jigoro (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 Inuppe (犬ッペ?). Moria used a shadow to revive Victoria Cindry (ビクトリア・シンドリー Bikutoria Shindorī?), who was once a famous stage actress whom Hogback was in love with, and she now has plate throwing fighting abilities. Kumacy (クマシー Kumashī?) is a stuffed bear zombie with strength surpassing real bears. Taralan (タララン Tararan?) is a large zombie of the combination between a monkey and a spider with spider web combat abilities.

Wapol Pirates

The Wapol Pirates (ワポル海賊団 Waporu Kaizokudan?) is a pirate crew formed by Wapol, the former ruler of the Drum Empire. He ate the paramecia-type Munch-Munch Fruit (バクバクの実 Baku Baku no Mi?) which allows him to eat virtually anything and take on its properties. His crew mostly consists of his former army. His closest underlings are Chess, who is a skilled archer and Kuromarimo, who's fighting style revolves around throwing parts of his afro hair-cut.

Whitebeard Pirates

The Whitebeard Pirates (白ひげ海賊団 Shirohige Kaizokudan?) are the strongest pirate crew in the world and led by Edward "Whitebeard" Newgate. The Whitebeard Pirates are divided into sixteen divisions of one hundred men, each led by a high ranking Whitebeard Pirate.[18] Marco (マルコ Maruko?), nicknamed "Phoenix" Marco (不死鳥のマルコ Fushichō no Maruko?), is the first division commander.ch. 434 An unnamed mythical-creature zoan type Devil Fruit ability allows him to transform into a phoenix or phoenix-human hybrid. He is also able to utilize Haki.ch. 554 The second division is led by Portgas D. Ace. Jozu (ジョズ?), nicknamed "Diamond" Jozu (ダイヤモンド・ジョズ Daiyamondo Jozu?), is the third division commander.ch. 434 Jozu displayed the ability to turn parts of his body into diamond.

World Government

The World Government (世界政府 Sekai Seifu?) is a globally operating organization, affiliated with over 170 countries from around the world.ch. 398The descendants of the its founders, the World Nobles (世界貴族 Sekai Kizoku?), also known as the Celestial Dragons (天竜人 Tenryūbito?), live luxurious lives, standing above the law. It is administered by The Five Elder Starsch. 233 and operates a navy, the Marine, an intelligence agency, known as Cipher Pol, and a vast underground prison, Impel Down.

Other characters

Other major characters of the series. From left to right and up to down: Blackbeard, Buggy, Sengoku, Aokiji, Mihawk, Shanks, Kuma, Smoker, Whitebeard, Coby, Kaku (in giraffe-human hybrid form), Doflamingo, Bellamy, Dragon, (Pandaman), Ace, Lucci (in leopard-human hybrid form) with Hattori, Foxy, Arlong, Eneru, Don Krieg, Kuro, Spandam and Wapol.

Akainu

Sakazuki (サカズキ?), better known as Akainu (赤犬?, lit. "Red Dog"), is a Marine Admiral.ch. 397 He has the power of the Mag-Mag Fruit (マグマグの実 Magu Magu no Mi?), a logia-type Devil Fruit that gives him the power to control, create, or transform into molten rock.ch. 573, 610 Akainu is extremely ruthless, destroying an entire ship full of escaping civilians in the off chance that one criminal might be hiding amongst them.ch. 397 During the Battle of Marineford, Akainu punches his fist into Ace's chest, killing him right in front of Luffy's eyes.ch. 573 Akainu is based on Bunta Sugawara.ch. 558 In the Japanese version of the series, Akainu was originally voiced by Michio Nakao,ep. 276 and is currently voiced by Fumihiko Tachiki.ep. 463

Aokiji

Kuzan (クザン?), better known as Aokiji (青雉?, lit. "Blue Pheasant"),ch. 393 is an extremely lazy Marine 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 Viz's manga translation), a logia-type Devil Fruit allowing him to freeze things,ch. 319 to create ice, or to transform into it.ch. 320 Upon his retirement, Sengoku suggests him as his successor as Fleet Admiral.ch. 594 Aokiji is based on Yusaku Matsuda.ch. 558 He is voiced by Takehito Koyasu in the Japanese version of the anime.ep. 226 In the Funimation English dub, he is voiced by Bob Carter.[12]

Arlong

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.ch. 69 Arlong is a racist, considering, with a few exceptions, humans to be inferior to fishmen.ch. 71 He values money very highlych. 69 and proudly claims that he would rather die than 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 His powerful shark-like jaws have rapidly re-growing teeth and are capable of rending even stone.ch. 90 Growing up in the Fishman District of Fishman Island, Arlong becomes captain of the Arlong Pirates, who temporarily merge with other fishmen to form the Sun Pirates.ch. 621, 624 He is voiced by Jūrōta Kosugi in the Japanese version of the anime.ep. 31 In the English versions of the series, he is voiced by David Wills in the 4Kids dub,ep. 30 and by Chris Rager in the Funimation dub.ep. 31

Bartholomew Kuma

Bartholomew Kuma[n 1] (バーソロミュー・くま Bāsoromyū Kuma?), nicknamed "The Tyrant" (暴君 Bōkun?),ch. 473 is one of The Seven Warlords of the Sea.ch. 234 He has a reputation of being the only Warlord truly obedient to the World Government,ch. 474 when in fact he is an officer in the Revolutionary Army.ch. 603 The paramecia type Paw-Paw Fruit (ニキュニキュの実 Nikyu Nikyu no Mi?) grants him 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. 484f. He can use this ability to transport himself or others long distances.ch. 514 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 metal.ch. 485 The other Pacifista look just like Kuma, sharing his abnormally large stature, but lack the Paw-Paw Fruit's ability. Instead, they poses the ability to shoot laser beams from the palms of their hands and mouths.ch. 508f. He and his copies are voiced by Hideyuki Hori in the Japanese version of the anime.ep. 399

Blackbeard

Marshall D. Teach (マーシャル・D・ティーチ Māsharu D. Tīchi?), later known as Blackbeard (黒ひげ Kurohige?), captain of the Blackbeard Pirates. As a member of the Whitebeard Pirates,ch. 159 he kills one of his crewmates to get hold of the devil fruit he has sought for several decades,ch. 440 the Dark-Dark Fruit (ヤミヤミの実 Yami Yami no Mi?). It grants him the ability to create and control gravity fields, which are represented as flowing darkness, as well as the ability to disable the devil fruit powers of others, as long as he is touching the person.ch. 441 For betraying Whitebeard's crew and the murder of his crewmate, he is pursued by Ace who eventually confronts him.ch. 159, 440 After defeating Ace and turning him in to the World Government, he is appointed the replacement for Crocodile as one of the Seven Warlords of the Sea,ch. 486 a position he promptly abuses to expand his crew with prisoners from Impel Down and resigns again.ch. 576 After Whitebeard's death, he somehow adds his former captain's devil fruit ability to his own.ch. 577 He is voiced by Akio Ōtsuka in the Japanese version of the anime.ep. 146 In the English version of the series, he is voiced by Cole Brown in the Funimation dub.ep. 146 Oda named the character after Edward "Blackbeard" Teach.ch. 474

Boa Hancock

Boa Hancock (ボア・ハンコック Boa Hankokku?), referred to as "Snake Princess" (蛇姫 Hebihime?) by her subjects and otherwise known as the "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 Kuja Pirates, and ruler of Amazon Lily.ch. 516 She believes that because she is so beautiful, anything bad that she does will be forgiven by everyone. 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 Haki, Hancock has the Conqueror's Haki. 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 is voiced by Kotono Mitsuishi as an adult and Kanae Itō as a child in the Japanese version of the franchise.ep. 409

Bon Clay

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 drag queen (オカマ okama?), who is skilled at "Ballet Kenpo", and also ate the paramecia-type 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.ch. 156 Bon Clay has a flamboyant attitude which includes singing and dancing. Bon Clay is the only Baroque Works Officer 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.[citation needed] In the Japanese version of the series, Bon Clay is voiced by Kazuki Yao.ep. 78 In the English versions of the series, he is voiced by Kevin Kolack in the 4Kids dub,ep. 60 and by Barry Yandell in the Funimation dub.[12]

Buggy

Buggy (バギー Bagī?), nicknamed "Buggy the Clown" (道化のバギー Dōke no Bagī?), is a clown 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 brings a Devil Fruit and a treasure map into his possession. Buggy intends to sell the fruit and to search for the treasure, but Shanks, his former friend, accidentally causes him to swallow the fruit and drop the map into the sea. Buggy holds a resentment against Shanks ever since.ch. 19 The fruit he swallowed was a paramecia type 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. He liberates many prisoners and is considered one of the leaders of the Impel Down breakout. He also has a compact cannonball that it seems he shoots out of his shoe called the Muggy Ball.ch. 526 He is voiced by Shigeru Chiba in the Japanese version of the anime.ep. 4 In the English versions of the series, he is voiced by David Wills in the 4Kids dub,ep. 4 and by Mike McFarland in the Funimation dub.ep. 4 Oda said that Buggy is his favorite antagonist, because of all of the antagonists Buggy is the easiest for him to draw.[19]

Coby

Initially a small, timid, and cowardly chore boy on Alvida's old crew,ch. ? Coby (コビー Kobī?, "Koby" in the English manga) later joins the Marine, where he trains alongside Helmeppo under Vice Admiral Garpch. ? and rises to the rank of Master Chief Petty Officer.ch. ? He eventually has learns the Rokushiki skill "Shave"ch. ? and during the Battle at Marineford discovers his ability to utilize Haki.ch. ? He is voiced by Mika Doi in the Japanese version.ep. 1 In the English versions of the series, he is voiced by Kayzie Rogers in the 4Kids dubep. 1 and by Leah Clark in the Funimation dub.ep. 1

Crocodile

Crocodile (クロコダイル Kurokodairu?), nicknamed "Sir" Crocodile (サー・クロコダイル Sā Kurokodairu?), is a member of The Seven Warlords of the Seach. 113 and, unbeknownst 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 After the Straw Hat Pirates thwart his plans to overthrow the Alabasta Kingdom with Baroque Works,vol. 1923 he is stripped of his Warlord statusch. 211 and sent to the government prison Impel Down.ch. 413 The logia type Sand-Sand Fruit (スナスナの実 Suna Suna no Mi?) 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 wears a large golden alloy hook in place of a left hand,ch. 160 which contains a potent poison and a dagger underneath.ch. 204 He is voiced by Ryūzaburō Ōtomo in the Japanese version of the franchise.ep. 76 In the English version of the series, he is voiced by Michael Alston Baley in the 4Kids dub,ep. 59 and by John Swasey in the Funimation dub.[12]

Daz Bonez

Daz Bonez (ダズ・ボーネス Dazu Bōnesu?) is a bounty hunter from West Blue. The paramecia type Dice-Dice Fruit (スパスパの実 Supa Supa no Mi?) allows his body to become bladed steel. Eventually he joins Baroque Works, where he acts as an Officer Agent under the codename of "Mr. 1" (ミスター・ワン Misutā Wan?). Even after the organization's destruction, he keeps following Crocodile wherever he goes. Daz 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.

Dracule Mihawk

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 and if he finds a worthy opponent he will use his black claymore, known as the world's strongest sword. He is also able to slice objects at a distance like Zoro, 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 Mihawk was originally voiced by Takeshi Aono in the Japanese version of the anime until 2010,ep.24 after which he was replaced with Hirohiko Kakegawa.ep. 461 In the English version of the series, he is voiced by Wayne Grayson in the 4Kids dubep. 23 and by John Gremillion in the Funimation dub.ep. 24

Don Quixote Doflamingo

Don Quixote Doflamingo (ドンキホーテ・ドフラミンゴ Donkihōte Dofuramingo?) is one of the Seven Warlords of the Sea.ch. 234 He has the ability to control others using movements with his fingers similar to that of a puppeteer.ch. 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 Initially his subordinate, but later dismissed, is Bellamy (ベラミー Beramī?), nicknamed Bellamy the "Hyena" (ハイエナのベラミー Haiena no Beramī?),ch. 222f. who ate the paramecia type Spring-Spring Fruit (バネバネの実 Bane Bane no Mi?, "Boing-Boing Fruit" in the English manga) which allows him to turn his legs into springs to bounce off surfaces to gain extraordinary heights and velocity for his attacks.ch. 231 Doflamingo is voiced by Hideyuki Tanaka in the Japanese version.ep. 151 In the English version of the series, he is voiced by Robert McCollum in the Funimation dub.ep. 151

Eneru

Eneru (エネル?) is the "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 the logia-type 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 storms, Raijin, he wears a ring of drums, showing a tomoe on the drumhead, on his back.ch. 254 Eneru is voiced by Toshiyuki Morikawa in the Japanese version of the series.ep. 167 In the English versions of the series, he is voiced by Wayne Grayson in the 4Kids dub, and by J. Michael Tatum in the Funimation dub.ep. 167

Galdino

Galdino (ギャルディーノ Gyarudīno?) is an intelligent criminalch. ? who is friends with Bon Clay.ch. 571 The ability of the paramecia-type Wax-Wax Fruit (ドルドルの実 Doru Doru no Mi?) allows him to produce candle wax from his body.ch. 120 Eventually, he joins Baroque Works under the codename of "Mr. 3" (ミスター・スリー Misutā Surī?).ch. ? Galdino is voiced by Nobuyuki Hiyama in the Japanese version of the franchise. In the English versions of the series, he is voiced by Tom Souhrada in the 4Kids dub and by Duncan Brannan in the Funimation dub.

Gecko Moria

Gecko Moria[n 2] (ゲッコー・モリア Gekkō Moria?) is the captain 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 creates a completely obedient, immortal army of zombies by implanting stolen shadows into corpses.ch. 457 He is voiced by Katsuhisa Hōki in the Japanese version of the anime.ep. 343

Gold Roger

Gol D. Roger (ゴール・D・ロジャー Gōru Dī Rojā?), later more commonly referred to as Gold Roger (ゴールド・ロジャー Gōrudo Rojā?),ch. 154 is the captain of the Roger Pirates.ch. ? Roger gains worldwide infamy and is eventually called the King of the Pirates (海賊王 Kaizoku-Ō?).ch. 1 Suffering from an incurable disease, he decides to make a complete voyage through the Grand Line with his crew. Afterward, he disbands the crew and turns himself over to the World Government, who announce that they have captured him.ch. 506 At his execution, 22 years before the beginning of the series,ch. 506 Roger announces that he left his treasures in the Grand Line, including the One Piece, and that it is up for the taking.ch. 1 This spawned 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 as an adult and by Takeshi Kusao as a young adult in the Japanese version of the franchise.ep. 1 In the English version of the series, he is voiced by Greg Carey in the 4Kids dub,ep. 1 and by Sean Hennigan in the Funimation dub.ep. 144

Hatchan

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 breathe underwater,ch. 71 and can 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 (ケイミー Keimī?), a kissing gourami mermaid,ch. 490 and Pappagu (パッパグ Pappagu?), her pet starfish and master.ch. 491 He constantly rescues Camie 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 cast away 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

Helmeppo

Helmeppo (ヘルメッポ Herumeppo?) is the son of Morgan, a corrupt Marine captain who has an axe-hand. Helmeppo is a coward who hid behind his father's wealth and power. Helmeppo loves his father, but Morgan resents his son. After Morgan is arrested, Helmeppo loses access to the luxurious life that he once held, and so he reluctantly becomes a Marine. Since then, Helmeppo goes 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 versions of the series, he is voiced by Sean Schemmel in the 4Kids dub and by Troy Baker and Mike McFarland in the Funimation dub. Author Eiichiro Oda had created Helmeppo before he created Captain Morgan, Helmeppo's father. Oda originally named Morgan after "Chop," with the character's full title being "Naval Captain Chop" or "Sailor Chop." "Sailor" in Japanese is suihei (水兵?), and "Suihei Chop" is a fighting technique used by Giant Baba, a Japanese wrestler. Oda made several versions of Morgan before settling on the final design. After an editor told Oda that Morgan, in Oda's words, "looked lame," Oda changed Morgan's design to his final style.vol. 1:144 (en)

Jango

Jango (ジャンゴ?, renamed "Django" in some English adaptations) is the first mate of the Black Cat Pirates. Eventually, Jango is captured and befriends Fullbody (フルボディ Furubodi?), an arrogant Lieutenant who is stripped of his rank after defending him in court. They participate in a dance competition together and cooperated to defeat invading pirates. Also, Fullbody saves Jango from his death sentence, but is demoted to a Seaman Recruit. Jango and Fullbody are both romantically attracted to their commanding officer, Captain Hina. Jango's weapons of choice are chakrams which he uses for slashing and hypnosis. His character is based on Michael Jackson, due to his tendency to moonwalk whenever he travels and the way he dances. He also has physical similarities to the pop star. He is voiced by Kazuki Yao in the Japanese version. In the English versions of the series, he is voiced by Oliver Wyman in the 4Kids dub and by Kenny Green in the Funimation dub.

Jimbei

Jimbei (ジンベエ Jinbē?) is a yakuza-esque whale shark fishman.ch. 528 In exchange for the World Government granting him Warlord-status, Jimbei disbands his pirate crew, the Sunny 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 declaring Fishman Island his protectorate.ch. 529 For refusing to raise a hand against Whitebeard, Jimbei is imprisoned in Impel Down, until he agrees to go to war against Whitebeard.ch. 523 However, he remains adamant and eventually resigns 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 the ability to manipulate water as if it were a tangible cloth through Fishman Karate. In the Japanese version of the series, Jimbei was originally voiced by Daisuke Gōri until his death in 2010;ep. 430 since Gōri's death, Katsuhisa Hōki provides his voice.ep. 440

Kizaru

Borsalino (ボルサリーノ Borusarīno?), better known as Kizaru (黄猿?, lit. "Yellow Monkey"), is a Marine Admiral,ch. ? who possesses the power of the Glint-Glint Fruit (ピカピカの実 Pika Pika no Mi?), a logia-type Devil Fruit, allowing him to turn himself into light, and fire destructive beams.ch. ? Kizaru is based on Kunie Tanaka.ch. 558 He is voiced by Unshō Ishizuka in the Japanese version of the anime.ep. ?

Monkey D. Garp

Monkey D. Garp (モンキー・D・ガープ Monkī Dī 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 a Vice Admiral and 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 Marines.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. At the end of the war between Whitebeard, Garp retires from the front line and decides to train the next generation of marines. He is voiced by Hiroshi Naka in the Japanese version of the anime.ep. 68 In the English version of the series, he is voiced by Brian Mathis in the Funimation dub.ep. 68

Nefertari Vivi

Nefertari Vivi (ネフェルタリ・ビビ Neferutari Bibi?, spelled as "Nefeltari Vivi" in some English adaptations and renamed "Vivi Nefertari" in Funimation's 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 The daughter of Nefertari Cobra, the kingdom's ruler, Vivi's closest friend is Karoo (カルー Karū?), a spot-billed duck 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 her life 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 Despite this, the Straw Hats still consider her part of the crew. Vivi's weapon of choice are dual kujakki. Vivi is voiced by Misa Watanabe in the Japanese version of the franchise.ep. 62 In the English versions of the series, she is voiced by Karen Neil in the 4Kids dub,ep. 47 and by Caitlin Glass in the Funimation dub.[12]

Pandaman

Pandaman (パンダマン Pandaman?) is a joke character, which usually has a cameo appearance. Is a man with a panda face. He is the most notable of Oda's joke characters, having appeared hidden in nearly every One Piece chapter, episode arc, movie, and such. Pandaman has appeared most of the time as a hidden character that no one else seems to care about or notice, whose actions apparently don't affect the main plot at all. However, in one special episode of the anime, not only did the main characters actually take notice of him, but he was also made the center of attention[20]. He is also a playable character in the video game One Piece: Grand Battle 2. It also has a female version called Pandawoman (パンダウーマン美 Pandaūmanmi?), which appears in Amazon Lily.

Portgas D. Ace

Portgas D. Ace (ポートガス・D・エース Pōtogasu Dī Ēsu?, spelled as "Portgaz D. Ace" in the English manga and Funimation subs, and renamed "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. Dragon,ch. 525 he is actually the son of Gol D. Roger and Portgas D. Rouge (ポートガス・D・ルージュ Pōtogasu Dī Rūju?, spelled as "Portgaz D. Rouge" in the English manga and 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 the logia-type Flame-Flame Fruit (メラメラの実 Mera Mera no Mi?, renamed "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. 94 Eventually, Ace sacrifices himself by shielding Luffy from Akainu's magma attack.ch. 574 Ace ranked in the Top 10 of both Shōnen Jump character popularity polls since the character's introduction.vol. 24:206–209 (ja), vol. 43:214–219 (ja) He is voiced by Toshio Furukawa as an adult and by Daisuke Sakaguchi as a child in the Japanese version of the series.ep. 91 In the English versions, he is voiced by Frank Frankson in the 4Kids dub,ep. 59 and by Travis Willingham in the Funimation dub.ep. 145

Sengoku

Sengoku (センゴク Sengoku?), nicknamed Sengoku the "Buddha" (仏のセンゴク Hotoke no Sengoku?)ch. 234 and Sengoku the "Strategist" (智将 Chishō?),ch. 556 is a Fleet Admiral and commands the Marine. He was one of the major figures along with Whitebeard, Shiki, and Garp during Gol D. Roger lifetime. Sengoku ate a devil fruit that allows him to turn into something similar to a gigantic Daibutsu: Zoan type, Human-Human Fruit, Model: Buddha (ヒトヒトの実 モデル:大仏 Hito Hito no Mi: Moderu Daibutsu?). He is voiced by Takkō Ishimori. In the English version of the series, he is voiced by Ed Blaylock in the Funimation dub.

Shanks

Shanks (シャンクス Shankusu?), nicknamed "Red-Haired" Shanks (「赤髪のシャンクス」 "Akagami no Shankusu"?) is the leader of the Red-Haired Pirates and one of the Four Emperors.ch. 432 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 dueled 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 versions of the series, he is voiced by Tom Souhrada in the 4Kids dub,ep. 4 and by Brandon Potter in the Funimation dub.ep. 4

Silvers Rayleigh

Silvers Rayleigh (シルバーズ・レイリー Shirubāzu Reirī?), nicknamed Dark King (冥王 Mei-Ō?) is the former first mate of the "Roger Pirates". He has settled down on the Sabaody Archipelago, where he works as a coating mechanic.ch. 500 Rayleigh has Conqueror's Haki (覇王色の覇気 Haōshoku no Haki?), an ability that can, among other things, make weak people unconscious. He can aim it at multiple targets in his vicinity.ch. 503 It also allows him to render users of logia type Devil Fruits vulnerable to physical attack.ch. 597 Rayleigh has displayed the ability to use a sword. He has been friends with Hachi for 20 years, ever since he was saved by him, when he was cast away at sea.ch. 506 He is voiced by Keiichi Sonobe in the Japanese version.ep. 394 In the English version of the series, he is voiced by Bradford Hutson in the Funimation dub.ep. 8

Smoker

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?, renamed "White Chase" Smoker in Viz's manga translation, and "Smoke Hunter" in 4Kids' dub), is a Marine officer with the rank of Captain and is 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?, renamed "Smoke-Smoke Fruit" in 4Kids' dub), a logia-type Devil Fruit giving him the power to manipulate, create, control and transform into smokech. 100. He uses a jutte tipped with a sea stone, which allows him to attack Logia fruit users. The jutte is eventually destroyed by Boa Hancock during the war to rescue Ace. In 4Kids' dub, 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 originally voiced by Ginzō Matsuo in the Japanese version of the anime until his death in 2001;ep.48 since then, Mahito Ōba assumed the role.ep. 79 In the English versions of the series, he is voiced by Scottie Ray in the 4Kids dubep. 40 and by Greg Dulcie in the Funimation dub.ep. 48

Tashigi

Tashigi (たしぎ?), named after the Common Snipe (タシギ Tashigi?),ch. 137 is a Marine officer with the rank of Ensign 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.[19]

Whitebeard

Edward Newgate (エドワード・ニューゲート Edowādo Nyūgēto?), better known as Whitebeard (白ひげ Shirohige?), is the captain of the Whitebeard Pirates, one of the Four Emperors,ch. 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. Fighting with a bisento as his weapon,ch. 434 he is said to have been the only man capable of matching Gold Roger in combat.ch. 233 The ability of the paramecia-type Tremor-Tremor Fruit (グラグラの実 Gura Gura no Mi?) allows him to create shock waves powerful enough to cause earthquakes and tsunamis.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 Whitebeard is eventually killed by the Blackbeard Pirates.ch. 576 Whitebeard is voiced by Kinryu Arimoto in the Japanese version.ep. 151 In the English versions of the series, he is voiced by R. Bruce Elliott in the Funimation dub.ep. 151

Merchandise

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,[21][22][23][24][25][26] as well as several lines of figurines, action figures and plush dolls,[27][28][29][30][31][32] including crossovers with other series.[33] Many characters are also featured on trading cards from the One Piece Collectible Card Game and other products ranging from mouse pads to bath salts.[34][35][36]

Reception

Allen Divers of Anime News Network comments that the male character designs of One Piece are "often quite varied and unique", while the female ones become "a bit repetitive". He further notes that, as the characters are "defined by what they seek", there is little room "for actual development".[37] Todd Douglass, Jr. of DVD talk simply states that the series' characters have a lot of charm.[38] His colleague Carl Kimlinger 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." He also 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 laments 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". He also states 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."[39]

Dustin Somner of Blu-ray.com comments that the Japanese and Funimation voice-acting is "fairly good, but not exceptional" and sometimes "overly zany".[40] Todd Douglass Jr. of DVD talk notes "the daunting cast of characters, both good and bad" as "one of the appealing factors" of the anime, but also comments that "Some of the voices [of the 4Kids dub] were pretty irritating ... with a lot of high-pitches and over exaggerated speech."[41] 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.[42][43] 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".[8] His colleague 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."[11]

Notes

  1. ^ Kuma (?) is the Japanese word for bear.
  2. ^ Gecko Moria's name is a play on kōmori (蝙蝠), the Japanese word for bat.

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One Piece manga volumes by Oda, Eiichiro. Original Japanese version published by Shueisha. English translation published by Viz Media.
  1. (ch. 1–8) Romance Dawn —冒険の夜明け—. December 1997. ISBN 4-08-872509-3. (in Japanese). and Romance Dawn. June 2003. ISBN 1-56931-901-4. (in English).
  2. (ch. 9–17) Versus!! バギー海賊団. April 1998. ISBN 4-08-872544-1. (in Japanese). and Buggy the Clown. November 2003. ISBN 1-59116-057-X. (in English).
  3. (ch. 18–26) 偽れぬもの. June 1998. ISBN 4-08-872569-7. (in Japanese). and Don't Get Fooled Again. March 2004. ISBN 1-59116-184-3. (in English).
  4. (ch. 27–35) 三日月. August 1998. ISBN 4-08-872594-8. (in Japanese). and The Black Cat Pirates. July 2004. ISBN 1-59116-337-4. (in English).
  5. (ch. 36–44) 誰が為に鐘は鳴る. October 1998. ISBN 4-08-872619-7. (in Japanese). and For Whom the Bell Tolls. November 2004. ISBN 1-59116-615-2. (in English).
  6. (ch. 45–53) 誓い. December 1998. ISBN 4-08-872642-1. (in Japanese). and The Oath. March 2005. ISBN 1-59116-723-X. (in English).
  7. (ch. 54–62) クソジジイ. March 1999. ISBN 4-08-872683-9. (in Japanese). and The Crap-Geezer. July 2005. ISBN 1-59116-852-X. (in English).
  8. (ch. 63–71) 死なねェよ. April 1999. ISBN 4-08-872712-6. (in Japanese). and I Won't Die. October 2005. ISBN 1-4215-0075-2. (in English).
  9. (ch. 72–81) . July 1999. ISBN 4-08-872735-5. (in Japanese). and Tears. January 2006. ISBN 1-4215-0191-0. (in English).
  10. (ch. 82–90) OK, Let's Stand Up!. October 1999. ISBN 4-08-872773-8. (in Japanese). and OK, Let's Stand Up!. April 2006. ISBN 1-4215-0406-5. (in English).
  11. (ch. 91–99) 東一番の悪. December 1999. ISBN 4-08-872797-5. (in Japanese). and The Meanest Man in the East. July 2006. ISBN 1-4215-0663-7. (in English).
  12. (ch. 100–108) 伝説は始まった. February 2000. ISBN 4-08-872822-X. (in Japanese). and The Legend Begins. October 2006. ISBN 1-4215-0664-5. (in English).
  13. (ch. 109–117) 大丈夫!!!. April 2000. ISBN 4-08-872863-7. (in Japanese). and It's All Right!!!. January 2007. ISBN 1-4215-0665-3. (in English).
  14. (ch. 118–126) 本能. July 2000. ISBN 4-08-872888-2. (in Japanese). and Instinct. April 2007. ISBN 1-4215-1091-X. (in English).
  15. (ch. 127–136) まっすぐ!!!. September 2000. ISBN 4-08-873009-7. (in Japanese). and Straight Ahead!!!. August 2007. ISBN 1-4215-1092-8. (in English).
  16. (ch. 137–145) 受け継がれる意志. December 2000. ISBN 4-08-873045-3. (in Japanese). and Carrying on His Will. November 2007. ISBN 1-4215-1093-6. (in English).
  17. (ch. 146–155) ヒルルクの桜. February 2001. ISBN 4-08-873073-9. (in Japanese). and Hiruluk's Cherry Blossoms. March 2008. ISBN 1-4215-1511-3. (in English).
  18. (ch. 156–166) エース登場. April 2001. ISBN 4-08-873100-X. (in Japanese). and Ace Arrives. June 2008. ISBN 1-4215-1512-1. (in English).
  19. (ch. 167–176) 反乱. July 2001. ISBN 4-08-873133-6. (in Japanese). and Rebellion. October 2008. ISBN 1-4215-1513-X. (in English).
  20. (ch. 177–186) 決戦はアルバーナ. September 2001. ISBN 4-08-873158-1. (in Japanese). and Showdown at Alubarna. February 2009. ISBN 978-1-4215-1514-4. (in English).
  21. (ch. 187–195) 理想郷. December 2001. ISBN 4-08-873194-8. (in Japanese). and Utopia. June 2009. ISBN 978-1-42-152429-0. (in English).
  22. (ch. 196–205) Hope!!. February 2002. ISBN 4-08-873222-7. (in Japanese). and Hope!!. October 2009. ISBN 1-4215-2430-9. (in English).
  23. (ch. 206–216) ビビの冒険. April 2002. ISBN 4-08-873252-9. (in Japanese). and Vivi's Adventure. December 2009. ISBN 978-1-4215-2844-1. (in English).
  24. (ch. 217–226) 人の夢. July 2002. ISBN 4-08-873282-0. (in Japanese). and People's Dreams. January 2010. ISBN 1-4215-2845-2. (in English).
  25. (ch. 227–236) 一億の男. September 2002. ISBN 4-08-873313-4. (in Japanese). and The 100 Million Berry Man. January 2010. ISBN 1-4215-2846-0. (in English).
  26. (ch. 237–246) 神の島の冒険. December 2002. ISBN 4-08-873336-3. (in Japanese). and Adventure on Kami's Island. January 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3442-8. (in English).
  27. (ch. 247–255) 序曲. February 2003. ISBN 4-08-873379-7. (in Japanese). and Overture. January 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3443-6. (in English).
  28. (ch. 256–264) 「戦鬼」ワイパー. May 2003. ISBN 4-08-873418-1. (in Japanese). and Wyper the Berserker. January 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3444-4. (in English).
  29. (ch. 265–275) 聖譚曲. July 2003. ISBN 4-08-873480-7. (in Japanese). and Oratorio. February 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3445-2. (in English).
  30. (ch. 276–285) 狂想曲. October 2003. ISBN 4-08-873502-1. (in Japanese). and Cappricio. February 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3446-0. (in English).
  31. (ch. 286–295) ここにいる. December 2003. ISBN 4-08-873551-X. (in Japanese). and We'll Be Here. February 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3447-9. (in English).
  32. (ch. 296–305) 島の歌声. March 2004. ISBN 4-08-873571-4. (in Japanese). and Love Song. February 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3448-7. (in English).
  33. (ch. 306–316) Davy Back Fight!!. June 2004. ISBN 4-08-873593-5. (in Japanese). and Davy Back Fight. February 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3449-5. (in English).
  34. (ch. 317–327) 「水の都」ウォーターセブン. August 2004. ISBN 4-08-873638-9. (in Japanese). and The City of Water, Water Seven. March 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3450-9. (in English).
  35. (ch. 328–336) 船長. November 2004. ISBN 4-08-873667-2. (in Japanese). and Captain. March 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3451-7. (in English).
  36. (ch. 337–346) 9番目の正義. February 2005. ISBN 4-08-873768-7. (in Japanese). and The Ninth Justice. March 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3452-5. (in English).
  37. (ch. 347–357) トムさん. April 2005. ISBN 4-08-873802-0. (in Japanese). and Tom. March 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3453-3. (in English).
  38. (ch. 358–367) ロケットマン!!. July 2005. ISBN 4-08-873839-X. (in Japanese). and Rocketman!!. March 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3454-1. (in English).
  39. (ch. 368–377) 争奪戦. November 2005. ISBN 4-08-873872-1. (in Japanese). and Scramble. April 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3455-X. (in English).
  40. (ch. 378–388) ギア. December 2005. ISBN 4-08-874003-3. (in Japanese). and Gear. April 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3456-8. (in English).
  41. (ch. 389–399) 宣戦布告. April 2006. ISBN 4-08-874047-5. (in Japanese). and Declaration of War. April 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3457-6. (in English).
  42. (ch. 400–409) 海賊 VS CP9. July 2006. ISBN 4-08-874127-7. (in Japanese). and Pirates vs. CP9. April 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3458-4. (in English).
  43. (ch. 410–419) 英雄伝説. September 2006. ISBN 4-08-874149-8. (in Japanese). and Legend of a Hero. April 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3459-2. (in English).
  44. (ch. 420–430) 帰ろう. December 2006. ISBN 4-08-874287-7. (in Japanese). and Let's Go Back. May 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3460-6. (in English).
  45. (ch. 431–440) 心中お察しする. March 2007. ISBN 978-4-08-874314-1. (in Japanese). and You Have My Sympathies. May 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3461-4. (in English).
  46. (ch. 441–449) ゴースト島の冒険. July 2007. ISBN 978-4-08-874382-0. (in Japanese). and Adventure on Ghost Island. May 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3462-2. (in English).
  47. (ch. 450–459) くもり時々ホネ. September 2007. ISBN 978-4-08-874411-7. (in Japanese). and Cloudy, Partly Bony. May 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3463-0. (in English).
  48. (ch. 460–470) オーズの冒険. December 2007. ISBN 978-4-08-874442-1. (in Japanese). and Adventures of Oars. May 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3464-9. (in English).
  49. (ch. 471–481) ナイトメア・ルフィ. March 2008. ISBN 978-4-08-874485-8. (in Japanese). and Nightmare Luffy. June 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3465-7. (in English).
  50. (ch. 482–491) 再び辿りつく. June 2008. ISBN 978-4-08-874521-3. (in Japanese). and Arriving Again. June 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3466-5. (in English).
  51. (ch. 492–502) 11人の超新星. September 2008. ISBN 978-4-08-874563-3. (in Japanese). and The 11 Supernovas. June 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3467-3. (in English).
  52. (ch. 503–512) ロジャーとレイリー. December 2008. ISBN 978-4-08-874602-9. (in Japanese). and Roger and Rayleigh. June 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3468-1. (in English).
  53. (ch. 513–522) 王の資質. March 2009. ISBN 978-4-08-874640-1. (in Japanese). and Natural Born King. June 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3469-X. (in English).
  54. (ch. 523–532) もう誰にも止められない. June 2009. ISBN 978-4-08-874662-3. (in Japanese). and Unstoppable. July 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3470-3. (in English).
  55. (ch. 533–541) 地獄に仏. September 2009. ISBN 978-4-08-874727-9. (in Japanese). and A Ray of Hope. October 2010. ISBN 1-4215-3471-1. (in English).
  56. (ch. 542–551) ありがとう. December 2009. ISBN 978-4-08-874761-3. (in Japanese). and Thank You. ISBN 1-4215-3850-1. (in English)
  57. (ch. 552–562) 頂上決戦. March 2010. ISBN 978-4-08-870010-6. (in Japanese). and Summit Battle. June 2011 ISBN 1-4215-3851-2 (in English).
  58. (ch. 563–573) この時代の名を"白ひげ"と呼ぶ. June 2010. ISBN 978-4-08-870045-8. (in Japanese). and The Name of This Era is "Whitebeard". September 2011. ISBN 1-4215-3926-8 (in English)
  59. (ch. 574–584) ポートガス・D・エース死す. August 2010. ISBN 978-4-08-870083-0. (in Japanese).
  60. (ch. 585–594) 弟よ. November 2010. ISBN 978-4-08-870125-7. (in Japanese).
  61. (ch. 595–603) Romance Dawn: For the New World. February 2011. ISBN 978-4-08-870175-2. (in Japanese).
  62. (ch. 604–614) 魚人島の冒険. May 2011. ISBN 978-4-08-870217-9. (in Japanese).
  63. (ch. 615–626) オトヒメとタイガー. August 2011. ISBN 978-4-08-870270-4. (in Japanese).
One Piece TV anime episodes directed by Uda, Kōnosuke; Sakai, Munehisa; and Miyamoto, Hiroaki
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.
  • ^ 王女ビビを届けろ!ルフィ海賊団出航. Fuji TV. April 29, 2001. No. 67.
  • ^ 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.
  • ^ 囚われの王下七武海!海侠のジンベエ. Fuji TV. December 13, 2009. No. 430.
  • ^ 奇跡を信じて!ボン・クレー魂の声援. Fuji TV. February 28, 2010. No. 440.
English adaptation by 4Kids Entertainment
  • ^ I’m Gonna Be King of the Pirates. Fox Broadcasting Company. No. 1.
  • ^ 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
  • ^ I'm Luffy! The Man Who's Gonna Be King of the Pirates!. No. 1.
  • ^ Enter the Great Swordsman! Pirate Hunter Roronoa Zoro!. No. 2.
  • ^ Deliver Princess Vivi! The Luffy Pirates Set Sail!. No. 67.
  • ^ 100 Million Man! World's Greatest Power and Pirate Blackbeard. Cartoon Network. November 24, 2007. No. 151.

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