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This is the list of all characters in the anime films of One Piece.
Voiced by: Kenji Utsumi (JP)
Devil Fruit: Voice-Voice Fruit
The Big Bad of the first movie. A pirate who loves gold and is seeking after Woonan's treasure. He has eaten the Voice-Voice Fruit (Goe Goe no Mi) which allows him to fire beams of sound from his mouth.
- Animal Motifs: The lion, if his jolly roger◊ is to be believed. Luffy even states that he resembles a lion, but then makes him mad calling him "cat".
- Armor Is Useless: His gold plates are shattered by Luffy during the battle. Truth in Television, gold isn't the sturdiest of metals.
- Battle Aura: Whenever he uses his powers, he gets a yellow aura around his body. The brightness of the aura is proportionate to the strength of the beam.
- Big Bad: He is the main antagonist of the first film.
- Breath Weapon: His DFs core ability is to fire sound waves that look like energy beams from his mouth.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: His blasts are powerful, but can be reflected, and Luffy did just that during his fight with him.
- Large and in Charge: Biggest member of his crew and their captain.
- Make Me Wanna Shout: A unique case as the "sound waves" are portrayed as Kamehame Hadoken energy beams.
- Money Fetish: He loves gold, to the point where he rejects other valuables, such as gems and diamonds.
- Wolverine Claws: Made of gold, no less.
Voiced by: None
El Drago's best man. He is a huge swordsman resembling a Native American. He never speaks and is always paid with gold coins for his service.
- Ambiguously Brown: It unknown where he came from, but judging from his appearance, it would probably resemble a Native American Tribe.
- BFS: His sword is as long as he's tall. And he's far taller than a normal person.
- Braids, Beads and Buckskins: Wears feathers on his head.
- Charles Atlas Superpower: His main attack consists of drawing his blade and charging at the obstacle with all his might.
- The Dragon: To El Drago
- Hidden Depths: During his fight with Zoro, the latter points out that he actually hates working for money and that he can have more ambition.
- Only in It for the Money: El Drago pays him for anything, even for clearing a path obstructed by fallen trees.
- The Voiceless: Golass is not very talkative and hardly speaks at all, but during fights he will let out battle cries.
Voiced by: Tessho Genda (JP)
Devil Fruit: Hard-Hard Fruit
- And Now You Must Marry Me: His plan for Nami.
- Animal Motifs: The Bear, obviously.
- BFG: His King Cannon which fire large drill shaped bullets that can cause tidal waves on impact with water.
- Big Bad: The main villain of the second film.
- Convection Schmonvection: His fruit also lets him heat up his body to the point of which anything he touches bursts into flames, but only if he's touching it.
- This is more based on the Meaningful Name of his fruit. Kachi also means knocking rocks together, which can produce heat if struck enough times.
- Disney Villain Death: After Luffy flings the bullet shell from his King's Cannon back at him. Bear King tries to catch it, but the rotation from the bullet's spin put too much pressure on the glass floor he's on and he ends up falling through it into the depths of where the island's clockwork key is located followed shortly by an explosion.
- Elemental Punch: Close enough with his "Hot Boiling Special" attack.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: He was defeated by his own King Cannon bullet.
Voiced by: Megumi Hayashibara (JP)
Devil Fruit: Simmer-Simmer Fruit
- Animal Motifs: The Honey Bee.
- Cowardly Lion: Despite being a Logia, she ran away when Bear King was defeated.
- Nigh-Invulnerable: She is a Logia, too bad she got captured in a jar though. It's hinted at that the fruit isn't really all that powerful and she isn't well-versed in using it.
- Making a Splash: The only liquid Logia in the series. Though it isn't stated what liquid it is.
- Ms. Fanservice: She takes her clothes off whenever she uses her powers.
- Person of Mass Destruction: Averted. Despite being a Logia she has displayed no mass destructive powers with her power.
- Screw This, I'm Out of Here!: After seeing Boo Jack, Skunk One and Pin Joker defeated. She quickly turned tail and tried to escape through a pipe, only for Nami to re-direct the pipe into a jar and quickly seal it shut with tape.
- Shapeshifting Excludes Clothing: Her Devil Fruit is one of the few which don't affect clothing.
- Weaksauce Weakness: Her liquid form can be confined by solid objects like her clothes or a Jar.
Voiced by: Hideyuki Tanaka (JP)
- Animal Motifs: The Kiwi bird.
- Berserk Button: He always look angry whenever someone corrects his idioms.
- Combat Pragmatist: He's an avid user of poisoned knives and he also attacked Zoro while he was stuck in a room with a descending roof.
- Feather Flechettes: His Hari Hari Ken attack.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: Zoro's Tatsumaki reflects most of his poisoned darts back at him. It doesn't completely beat him but weakens him enough for Zoro to finish him.
- Malaproper: Running Gag has him mangling idioms and someone correcting them.
- Poisoned Weapons: His needles are covered with a debilitating poison.
- Royal Rapier: His sword.
- Unknown Rival: He wants to take revenge on Zoro for scarring him. Zoro doesn't remember him at all.
Voiced by: Isamu Tanonaka (JP)
- Animal Motifs: A pig.
- Fat Bastard: He's fat and he's evil.
- No-Holds-Barred Beatdown: On the receiving end of one in the climax by Sanji. Though he brought it on himself by constantly mocking and abusing Sanji when he was tied up and helpless.
- Oh, Crap!: Manages to get a brief one when Sanji proceeds to finish him off.
- Rolling Attack / Spin Attack: His main form of offense.
- Running Gag: Always sprouts out riddle which the answer is always "Bear King"
Voiced by: Takeshi Aono (JP)
- Animal Motif: Skunk obviously
- Fartillery: His "Devil Gas" has paralyzing proprieties, and due to his backpack's position looks a lot like fart gas.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: Blown out of the sky when Usopp shoots a explosive up his jetpack as Skunk One was trying to finish him with his gas and made the mistake of getting close to do so.
- Sinister Schnoz: A comically drawn nose on him and he's also a villain.
- Verbal Tic: Ends all his sentences with "Gas"
Borodo and Akisu
Voiced by: Kenyuu Horiuchi (Borodo) and Akiko Yajima (Akisu) (JP)
An adult and a young boy named Borodo and Akisu whom the Straw Hats meet while chasing after their stolen ship. After Nami is kidnapped, they agree to lead them to Clockwork Island to regain what they lost.
- I Choose to Stay: Despite having found his original island and parents, Akisu chooses to continue sailing the seas with Borodo.
- Mr. Fixit: Aksiu has a talent for managing to fix anything clockwork related as shown when he quickly fixes the broken windup toy Luffy had found. A hint of his true origins to the island.
- Not Blood Siblings: Despite their title, the two aren't related. Borodo reveals he found Akisu as a baby though regardless, the two consider each other family.
- Taking the Bullet: Akisu does this when Bear King tries to kill Borodo with a pistol. Thankfully he had the foresight put a metal plate underneath his shirt, stopping the bullet.
- Taking You with Me: Borodo intended to do this to stop Bear King via dynamite in the climax, but Luffy arriving on the scene stops that.
Voiced by: Masashi Ebara (JP)
The Big Bad of the third movie, a poacher who is snooping around on Crown Island looking for the Crowning Treasure horns. Winds up making enemies of the Straw Hats when he finds they're after the same goal.
- An Axe to Grind: Disguised as a tambourine nonetheless.
- Authority Equals Asskicking: Subverted hilariously: he broke his arm punching a stone tablet!
- The Beastmaster: Can use his violin to control a pack of Horn Eaters. And Luffy.
- Big Bad: The main antagonist of the third film.
- Gonk: And his subordinates aren't better.
- Horned Humanoid: When transformed, he can use a devastating, super-heated Horn Attack, but the horns doubles as Achilles' Heel since they're his power source as well.
- I'll Never Tell You What I'm Telling You!: One of his quirks, he keeps stating he'll never tell his opponents his plans...then unwittingly does so without even realizing it until someone points it out.
- Large Ham: Especially when angry.
- Musical Assassin: Is very skilled with his violin and has a tambourine-looking axe in his arsenal.
- Obviously Evil: He has a Kanji on his back that literally translates to evil.
- One-Winged Angel: Turns into a large furry beast after consuming the Crowing Treasure horns. After Luffy destroys the horns, he turns back into a human, but looks kinda like a zombie.
- Villains Never Lie: A bad habit of his is that he tells what evil deeds and strategies he'll do VERY loudly to the people he intends to harm.
- Voice of the Legion: After his transformation, his voice.
General Hotdog and President Heaby
Hotdog voiced by: Daisuke Gōri (JP)
Heaby voiced by: Tomokazu Seki (JP)
Butler's henchmen and bodyguards. Hotdog is a fighter who claims to be the strongest in the world, while Heaby is a swordsman who claims to be the most handsome guy on earth. They're defeated by Zoro and Sanji, respectively.
- Almighty Janitor: Almighty might be too strong a word, but their bounties (4,000,000 and 4,200,000 respectively) are pretty low considering they actually gave Zoro and Sanji a decent fight. Granted, them being on an island helping their boss out instead pillaging and being an active threat might explain the low bounties.
- Animal Motifs: Bulldog for Hotdog and Snake for Heaby. Mocked by Usopp, who throws a bone and a frog at them.
- Camp Straight: Heaby looks sissy and narcissistic but he tried to hit on Nami on their first meeting.
- The Dragon: To Butler. Fitting as they're both stronger than him.
- Epic Flail: Hotdog's weapon, though his strong suit are kicks.
- Fragile Speedster: Heaby, so fast that he can leave an afterimage of himself. But once Sanji manages to get around it. He was beaten in an instant.
- Red Baron: "Mad Dog" for Hotdog and "Poisonous Snake" for Heaby.
- Small Name, Big Ego: They boast about their specialties (Kicks and swordsmanship), but both Zoro and Sanji proved them wrong.
- Top-Heavy Guy: Hotdog is very brawny from the waist up but comiclly his lower area is very small.
- Whip Sword: Heaby uses one. It's broken in his fight with Sanji.
Voiced by: Ai Orikasa (JP)
A native of Crown Island and adoptive son of the Kirin Lion
- Awesome Moment of Crowning: Dubbed the new animal king of Crown Island for his bravery in trying to stop Butler.
- Happily Adopted: Was found by Kirin Lion after he was shipwrecked on the island who had taken him in.
- Parental Abandonment: Not by choice, his human father was killed by Count Butler and his adoptive father, Kirin Lion, died of sickness.
- Raised by Wolves: The only human on an island of talking animals.
- Tragic Keepsake: A pendent with a photo of his human father in it.
Voiced by: Taro Ishida (JP)
Devil Fruit: Candy-Candy Fruit
The Big Bad of the fourth movie. A former marine turned pirate who believes power is everything. He has eaten the Candy-Candy Fruit (Ame Ame no Mi) which allows him to turn into candy syrup.
- Bad Boss: He's not very nice to his crew.
- Big Bad: The main antagonist of the fourth film.
- Blood Knight: Pretty much stated to be this, as he doesn't even care about being a pirate and just wants something to do with his free time on the ocean. During Luffy's fight against him, he rips the straw hat in order to make him angry and more challenging as an opponent.
- Cool Ship: The Salamander, a ship he stole from a village he raided.
- Evil Sounds Deep: Has a very low voice and is quite the bastard.
- FaceHeel Turn: He used to be a marine.
- Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: With a mast. Good thing he's a Logia.
- Lack of Empathy: He doesn't give a crap about his crew and when his subordinate Needles fights Shuraya his main concern is for the ship.
- Large and in Charge: A very huge figure who towers over most his men.
- Never Found the Body: He was swept away by a vicious Grand Line cyclone, never to be seen again.
- Nigh-Invulnerable: Comes with being a Logia.
- Squishy Wizard: Very reliant on his Devil Fruit as it's the only thing that keeps him from taking damage. Once flour was thrown on him, Luffy beat him like a drum in an instant. That said, he did manage to take a little bit more punishment them some other Logia reliant characters, if only a little.
- Spikes of Villainy: He can shape his syrup into spikes, claws, spears, etc.
- Sticky Situation: His power makes his body extremely sticky so if someone punches him their fist will get stuck.
- Super Strength: The only power he demonstrated outside his fruit is brute strength, being strong enough to injure Luffy (who resists blunt attacks thanks to his power) through normal punches.
- Weaksauce Weakness: Flour, which can negate his stickiness. That said, that weakness only came into play thanks to the Sanji's cooking knowledge and him going out of his way to find some flour.
Voiced by: Jurota Kosugi (JP)
Gasparde's right hand man.
- Badass Normal: No devil fruit but still very dangerous. He's pretty much the Zoro of Gasparde's crew.
- The Dragon: He serves as Gasparde's second-in-command.
- Does Not Like Shoes: He's often seen barefoot.
- Dragon with an Agenda: Stated that he wants kill Gasparde himself, but he's beaten before anything comes of it however.
- Handicapped Badass: Got one of his arms broken during the fight but still kept going, and even smashed the broken arm into his opponents face.
- Lightning Bruiser: A pretty big and bulky looking guy but he moves like a shotgun.
- Never Found the Body: Shuraiya knocks him off the ship into the ocean and that's the last we see of him.
- The Quiet One: He only has two lines in the film.
- Wolverine Claws: His weapon of choice, they can even extend if he need them too.
Voiced by: Mitsuru Miyamoto (JP)
A famed bounty hunter out for Gasparde's head.
- Badass Normal: One of the most feared bounty hunters around and has no powers either. He fights purely on martial arts and whatever object he can get his hand on.
- Big Eater: Starts a fight with Luffy over food.
- Bruce Lee Clone: His outfit and fighting style are very similar to a certain legendary martial artist.
- Hypocrite: Got mad at Luffy stealing his supposed "food" he tried to ask for. But said food was actually for Gasparde's men which he himself was trying to steal.
- Improbable Weapon User: His style involves using the nearest tool available as a weapon.
- Revenge: His primary motivation to Gasparde who burned his village to the ground when he invaded it, killing his parents and sister in the process or so he thought in the latter's case.
- Nice Hat: For the most part in the film when he isn't fighting. He loses it in the climax however.
- Shovel Strike: Uses his shovel during his fight against Needless. Tries to do the same to Gasparde but his sticky powers absorb the blow.
Voiced by: Miki Sakai (JP)
A young kid who is the assistant to Biera, the stoker of the flames aboard Gasparde's ship that keeps it running. After Biera comes down with a sickness, Anaguma begs Gasparde to help him. Gasparde agrees, but on the condition that Anagauma kill a pirate and brings in their bounty. It's through this that Anaguma meets the Straw Hats.
- Bokukko: Refers to herself with "ore", which helps hide her real gender until the climax.
- Luke, I Am Your Father: Revealed to be Shuraiya's litter sister Adelle thought killed in a raid by Gasparde when she was knocked into a river. Biera, who was also from the same village, saw her in the water and managed to save her.
- Nice Hat: Wear a big cap which is a plot point to her gender.
- Not a Game: Nami chastises Anaguma for this after being found stowing away on their ship to try and kill them for their bounty. Stating that if it was any other pirate crew, Anagauma would've been killed on the spot. Indeed Zoro nearly pulls his blade on Angauma who almost shoots him but held back upon getting a good look at his opponent.
- Samus Is a Girl: Revealed to be one when Zoro knocks her out after she becomes hysterical in being forced to leave Biera behind, causing her cap to fall off and her hair to fall out.
- Tears of Joy: After seeing that Biera and Luffy were alright after the typhoon passes and headed toward their island on a rowboat.
- Underestimating Badassery: Mentions picking the Straw Hats was due to their ship looking like the weakest of the pirate crews in the area. Anaguma quickly realizes not to judge a book by the cover after interacting with the crew.
Voiced by: Ichirō Nagai (JP)
The stoker aboard Gasparde's ship (though not by choice), and Anaguma's caretaker.
- Cool Old Guy: The dude's old but he not only managed to destroy the Salamander (which given how important ships are in this series and how much he really loved it, was a very dignified send off) but even managed to save a unconscious Luffy and Shuraiya from the sinking ship and cyclone and make his way through the storm as well.
- Exact Words: In the climax, He meets with Sanji and tells him to tell the Straw Hats to go on without him as he wishes to "end it". Sanji presumed he means he was going to sacrifice himself to help defeat Gasparde. However later when he shows up having saved Luffy and Shuraiya and Sanji calls him out on his words. Biera states he didn't mean it like that.
- I Call It "Vera": Next to Anaguma, he's very attached to the Salamander, the ship Gasparde uses and had stolen from his hometown. Making sure it stays in working condition and complaining to any damage taken to it. When he realizes Luffy could actually beat Gasparde and thus give Anagama a chance to escape from Gasparde, he decides to "put the old girl to bed".
- You Are Better Than You Think You Are!: Tells Shuraiya this at the end in effort to get him to reconcile with his sister despite having lived a bloody life as a bounty hunter out for revenge. Indeed Shuraiya takes these words to heart.
Voiced by: Shido Nakamura (JP)
The Big Bad of the fifth movie, Saga was a friend of Zoro and a master swordsman fighting for justice, until he loses the use of his right arm because of an explosion. He eventually ends up on Asuka Island and gets possessed by the demonic Seven Star Sword (Shichiseiken).
- Big Bad: The main antagonist of the fifth film.
- Brainwashed and Crazy: Courtesy of the Seven Star Sword. He gets better at the end.
- Clipped-Wing Angel: He's briefly transformed into a large version of himself with longer hair and crazed expression... which doesn't stop him from being beaten to hell by Luffy as Maya's prayers affect him.
- Cool Sword: The titular blade is a very long Jian with seven gemstones encased in it and a bloody past.
- The Corruptible: He's corrupted by the Seven Star Sword.
- Demonic Possession: The sword is manipulating him. Considering that One Piece usually gives a "plausible" explanation for any mysterious phenomenon, this is quite unsettling.
- Family-Unfriendly Violence: Usually whenever he gives up to the sword's possession, especially in the beginning.
- Handicapped Badass: The sword gives him back the right arm during the climax.
- One-Winged Angel: When Luffy defeats him, the sword crumbles and takes over his body, giving him super strength, blank eyes and a sword-shaped tattoo on his back, he's very expressionless which makes him more menacing.
- Playing with Fire: He can fling demonic green fire with that blade.
- Razor Wind: During his One-Winged Angel he sliced a whole stone temple in half with this.
- Rival Turned Evil: Used to be a justice-loving and righteous swordsman before putting his hands on the blade.
- Single-Stroke Battle: How Sword-Possessed Saga is defeated by Zoro.
Touma, Bismarck and Boo Kong
Touma voiced by: Hiroki Uchi (JP)
Boo Kong voiced by: Takeshi Aono (JP)
Bismark voiced by: Seiji Sasaki (JP)
A trio of marines serving Saga in his plan for reviving the Seven Star Sword.
- Armor Is Useless: Averted by Bismarck's armor, which is strong enough to withstand Sanji's kicks. A pity that it doesn't protect the face or the top of the head.
- Brainwashed and Crazy: Bismark and Boo Kong are already under the swords influence, Touma has just enough control when Zoro confronts him to tell him what is actually going on before his mind is fully taken over.
- Carry a Big Stick: Unlike the other swordsmen, Boo Kong is armed with two spiked kanabo.
- Cool Sword: Bismarck has a medieval longsword, while Touma uses a saber.
- Dissonant Serenity: Touma is always calm and friendly, but eventually he snaps during the climax and is possessed by the Sword's influence.
- The Dragon: Bismarck serves as Saga's right hand man.
- Fat Bastard: Boo Kong is spherical, to the point that he even use his own body as a bouncing ball to smash people and buildings alike.
- Flat Character: Bismarck and Boo Kong. We get to see more from Toma.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: Like the others under the Sword's control their eyes flash red occasionally.
- Small Name, Big Ego: Boo Kong, who's defeated by Robin with ease.
- Stone Wall: Bismarck falls into this. His swordsmanship is only slightly above average, but his armor is pretty solid and puts up a great defense against enemy attacks.
- Token Good Teammate: Touma, as he did not want to be controlled by the powers of the Shichiseiken wielded Saga.
Voiced by: Ryoka Yuzuki (JP)
A young maiden from Asuka Island and descendant of a family of priests whose job is to keep the Seven Star Sword sealed. She's also Saga's love interest.
- Barrier Maiden: She can summon a barrier to seal the power of the Seven Star Sword. However she's not strong enough to contain the sword, but still good enough to weaken its grip on Saga.
- Bling-Bling-BANG!: Her priestess outfit sports a lot of golden trinkets and bracelets.
- Honor Before Reason: She's willing to give her life to save Saga.
Voiced by: Akio Ōtsuka (JP)
The Big Bad of the sixth movie. Omatsuri is the owner of the resort exclusive to pirates, however, before he lets the crews enjoy themselves he tests their worth with the Trials of Hell, a series of nearly impossible and dangerous games. The tests are just a ruse and are really used to gauge the strength of his opponents. If they are strong enough, he feeds them to the Lily Carnation.
- Affably Evil: Genuinely cared for his comrades and acted in a goofy manner, but was one of the most sick and perverse villains prior the Time Skip.
- Alas, Poor Villain: His final thoughts are him tearfully begging his crew not to die and leave him alone, implied to be a memory of the day they all died.
- Annoying Arrows: The arrows that home in on their targets. This power likely comes from Lily.
- Ax-Crazy: For a character who was hinted to be once like Luffy to become so mentally unstable, it's hellish.
- Big Bad: The main antagonist of the sixth movie, although you don't think so at first.
- Blank White Eyes: During his Villainous Breakdown, his pupils disappear.
- Bread and Circuses: He sacrifices people to Lily just so he can spend time with emotionless disguised plants that just look like his crew in an endless party.
- Break Them by Talking: Does this to Luffy after Lily consumes all of his friends.
- Character Death: Even if the film isn't canon, he is the only villain to ever be killed by Luffy, who, in a rage over everything the baron has done to his crew, caves his skull in with his fist without even bothering to shout an attack name.
- Evil Counterpart: He retroactively serves as one for Brook: Both were the captains and sole survivors of crews who existed during Gold Rogers time. And gained supernatural abilities upon losing their crews (from the Revive Revive Fruit and Lily Carnation respectively). However thats where the similarities end. Brook managed to move past his grief and eventually found new friends in the form of the Straw Hat Pirates. Omatsuri, on the other hand, could never let go of the past and became so consumed by his despair and bitterness that he was willing to put countless other pirates through the same fate just so he could maintain the charade of still having his crew.
- Freudian Excuse: His entire crew was killed in a storm which psychologically broke him, and he decided to have other pirates suffer the same pain he felt, although it doesn't even begin to excuse him for what he puts Luffy through.
- Freudian Excuse Is No Excuse: However, this doesn't excuse him striking a Deal with the Devil with Lily Carnation to feed countless people to it in order to maintain the escapist illusion that his crew was still alive.
- Hypocrite: He claims to Luffy that he should abandon his bonds with his crew as they will make him suffer. This is coming from a guy who feeds people to a human-eating monster just to see his crew again.
- Improbable Hairstyle: His hair is shaped like a palm tree.
- Jumping Off the Slippery Slope: The love he had for his crew was so substantial that he goes insane after losing them to a storm. And it's not enough that he went mad, he also decided that all pirates needed to suffer his pain.
- Manipulative Bastard: While he uses the bond a crew has with another against them as well as their rage, he does not do this on his own. No, he has his own bastardizations of his own long since dead crewmates, ones that the real crew would be ashamed of if they were still around help him do the do the dirty work with things like petty insults, taunting them, and make them think solely about winning and themselves when the games the Baron offers are played, or finding ways to piss the target crew off so they could be fed to Lily once separated. The Baron lures pirates with the promise of fun and games... but, they don't realize something's up until too late.
- Meaningful Name: "Omatsuri" means "Festival" in Japanese, and his island is one big festival all day long. It also hints at his endless festival's true purpose.
- Obfuscating Stupidity: Turns out to be very serious and out of his mind.
- Knight of Cerebus: While the series have many evil villains, none of them were on Omatsuri's level of insanity. Having fed a unknown number of pirates to Lily Carnation for years to sustain his memory of his crew.
- Near-Villain Victory: He seems to be the villain who got closest to actually killing the Straw Hats completely in all of the series, Turning them completely against each other over his games, and then picking them off to be digested by Lily. Then he puts Luffy through a crushing Heroic BSoD akin to his loss of Ace (though it's implied that this is worse as it takes far longer and makes him near-catatonic and pale) until being brought out of it by Daisy. Like Crocodile, he's also one of the only people to actually beat Luffy in their initial encounter and he only survived through someone else's intervention. The fact that his defeat was done by the Teacup Pirates making a lucky shot while his back was turned, and Luffy just finished him off, further cements this.
- Pet the Dog: Despite his dissatisfaction of having Lily create and sustain these hollow copies of his crew, he really does genuinely care for them, doing things such as reassuring DJ that he is strong after taking down Zoro and generally masking his inner turmoil to reassure his false crew. It makes his mirror to Luffy that much clearer. Additionally, he's also genuinely upset when Lily is killed, and gathers her body parts in a futile attempt to save her.
- Sanity Slippage: He suffered it a long time ago when his crew died at sea. He suffers it even harder once Lily is killed, flipping out because now there's no way for him to keep the illusions of his crew around and dying swearing revenge for its death.
- Slasher Smile: It's genuinely disturbing how much he enjoys making Luffy suffer at his hand.
- Stepford Smiler: Shown when one of his men are revived, he gives a brief glimpse of his past self, only to make him feel happy. It's to hide the feelings of regret of losing his real crew and having to be satisfied with a hollow shell.
- Unwitting Pawn: For Lily, who entrusts her powers to him.
- Villainous Breakdown: One of the most horrifying in the series, contending with Gecko Moria for the title. His goofy tree-like hair comes undone and drapes over his face, his eyes go blank white, and for most of his screen time he's silhouetted against the moon.
- Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds: He's essentially a mirror to Luffy, caring so much for his crew that he utterly despairs upon losing them, apparently making a deal with a man-absorbing flower just to see his crew again.
- Would Hurt a Child: Has no regrets with feeding children to Lily.
Voiced by: Misa Watanabe (JP)
The true Big Bad of the sixth movie. A mysterious plant that gave Baron Omatsuri the power to replicate his deceased crew into plant hybrids in exchange for presumably his body and being fed strong pirates.
- Ax-Crazy: There is a part where her eyes change into all kinds of green shapes for second as she giggles as Baron "kills" a victim; due to the nature of these arrows, and the fact that her eyes look like crosshairs when this happens, it could be assumed that she's locking on to them.
- Bond Villain Stupidity: If she had not allowed the Teacup Pirate Captain to get his hands on the Baron's bow and arrow, she would have outright won and not have suffered her Boom, Headshot! moment.
- Eldritch Abomination: Her true form likes some straight out of Berserk.
- Even Robin, who's a Nightmare Fetishist, is beyond horrified by it.
- Luffy who's never been intimidated even by a friggin' god-like being, is scared beyond all reason at this thing. Though it's likely more because he finds out the horrible fate his crew's suffering than what it actually looks like. His expression speaks volumes.
- Flower From The Mountain Top: She is that flower.
- Glamour: Essentially the reason why the Baron is the only one of his crew to not have aged. It turns out that the crew's bodies were actually just plants being controlled by Lily to simulate the behaviors of the Baron's dead crew. When she's killed, all of her illusory powers abruptly stop, causing the plant-crew to revert into plant stalks.
- Knight of Cerebus: Up to this point, One Piece movies had been lighthearted romps featuring villains with typical motivations such as greed or lust for power. Lily is a being so horrifying and alien compared to the rest of the setting that The Reveal of her true form and motivations brings about an unprecedented level of darkness never seen before or since from this franchise.
- Ludicrous Gibs: A substantial amount of internal body parts fly out of Lily after she's struck (and killed) by an arrow.
- Man-Eating Plant: She can absorb other people for nourishment and to grow stronger.
- The Man Behind the Man: The source of the Baron's powers.
- No Ontological Inertia: When she dies all of her powers goes as well. From the arrows she conjures to the plant people she's keeping alive.
- Outside-Context Problem: While One Piece is home to a plethora of oddities, there's absolutely nothing else in the series even remotely similar to Lily. This is for the best.
- Plant Person: Sort of, she doesn't look human, but she can talk.
- Reality Warper: Aside from creating authentic, but fake, versions of the Red Arrow pirates out of plant stalks, she also concealed the fact that her black mountaintop coil is actually made up of thousands of arrows.
- Ridiculously Cute Critter: She's pretty adorable when she's sitting there on the Baron's shoulder, but then Luffy and the others start to interfere with her meal time...
- Voice of the Legion: It's more of a laugh of the legion...it's as scary as it sounds.
Baron Omatsuri's crew who make up the island's staff and residents. Most of whom challenge the Straw Hats for the right to relax on the island. However they're all nothing more than plant replicas of Omatsuri's real crew who died in a storm. By feeding Lily strong pirates is he able to keep them functioning. Otherwise they shrivel up and turn into real plants.
- Animal Motif: Kappa to -ahem- DJ Gappa. Frogs to the Four Wise Men. DJ even takes offense to Zoro and Sanji calling him a Kappa.
- Amusing Injuries: A few times, such as when Kotetsu burns his legs and hands on the giant grill because he kneels in defeat.
- Body Horror: Every one of them begins to shrivel up and die once Lily starts to hunger.
- Chef of Iron: Kotetsu who engages Sanji in a cooking duel...on top of a giant grill.
- Dead All Along: They're fake plant people created by Lily at the whim of the Baron, thanks to the latter's inability to move past their sudden demise at sea.
- Informed Ability: Muchigoro is Baron Omatsuri's first mate and claimed by Gappa as one of the stronger people in Baron's crew. However, in the movie he doesn't have any chance to show his ability, since he doesn't get involved in the plot beyond playing the first trial and serving drinks to Robin and Nami.
- Informed Flaw: DJ Gappa claims that he is weak despite him leading the "Shooting" trial and his explosive plates manages to incapacitate both Nami and Sanji.
- Miniature Senior Citizens: The Four Wise Men, a group of four old people with the size of midgets.
- Old Soldier: Keroji of the Four Wise Men, who gives Sanji and Zoro a lot of troubles in the second trial. Straw Hat Pirates manages to win the second trial thanks to Usopp and his sneak attack which takes Keroji off-guard.
- Plant Person: They're actually plant duplicates created by Lily Carnation.
- Punny Name: Kotetsu actually means "Steel" in Japanese.
- Rapid Aging: Muchigoro is suddenly subject to this while speaking to Nami. And is quite unsettling.
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: When DJ Gappa confront Usopp for his hat. Say the least this is the point in the movie where things suddenly shift to darker territory.
- Ridiculously Fast Construction: Keroshot and Kerodeek do this repeatedly when Zoro and Sanji break their machines. It took both of them to finally give it a rest.
- The Smurfette Principle: Keroko of the Four Wise Men.
- Token Good Teammate: Muchigoro is the kindest guy in Baron's crew. He does not do any sneak attack to Luffy's crew outside of trials and he genuinely wonders why Nami is having a drink with him instead of Usopp, her fellow Straw Hat crew.
- Verbal Tic: DJ Gappa adds "-pu" at the end of his sentences. Usopp even asks him why he does that, it does not end well for Usopp.
A family of rather obscure Pirates who wanted to have a picnic on Baron Omatsuri's island, only to be in hiding due to his tasks being too great to accomplish, and the sole-surviving member of another obscure pirate group who happens to have been captain and dresses like an explorer.
- Big Damn Heroes: The Teacup Pirates Captain saves the day when he fires an arrow at Lily Carnation to help Luffy kill him.
- Badass Moustache: The Toothbrush Moustache Pirate Captain's, to him at the very least, to the point that his crew's salute is a finger moustache. Everyone else thinks it's just weird, Luffy does the salute back to him to prove that he considers him his friend.
- Cowardly Lion: The Teacup Pirate Captain, who is the Father.
- Dysfunctional Family: The Teacup Pirates, comprised of a soft-spoken son, a disrespectful teenaged daughter, a younger daughter, and their cowardly father. Later becomes a Badass Family to an extent, with the younger daughter, Daisy being implied to use Haki, and the father taking Lily out of commission.
- Missing Mom: It's subtly implied that the family is missing the mother because she died on the island after arguing or divorcing the husband beforehand, judging from the way Daisy holds her Father's wedding ring while revealing how she could always hear extremely well.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: Over the course of the movie, these characters play an extremely important role in renewing Luffy's appreciation for his True Companions and coping with loss, and help defeat Baron Omatsuri; Brief even declares himself one of Luffy's friends, which Luffy accepts (making him one of his True Companions by default It isn't really known what happens to them after everything happens, as they apparently have no ship to use. Though, considering the movie isn't canon (and — almost abruptly — ends before there's any other resolution aside from showing the Straw Hats being reunited), it's understandable.
Voiced by: Goro Inagaki (JP)
The Big Bad of the seventh movie. An inventor and ruler of Mecha Island looking for a hidden treasure. After meeting the Straw Hats, he request their help to find it, promising to split the reward with them. However said treasure turned out to be a process of awakening the island which was a giant turtle and forcing it under his control using his machines so he can take over the Grand Line. Naturally the Straw Hats weren't pleased that they were bring used, leading to a confrontation.
- Big Bad: The main antagonist of the seventh movie.
- Big Bad Wannabe: He only managed to last an entire movie's length by winning time. Once Luffy can put his hands on him, he's just a formality.
- Clock Punk: Most of his inventions seem to be clockwork, complete with Wind Up Keys.
- Comedic Spanking: Given one by his mommy at the end of the film, ruining his credibility.
- Flawed Prototype: 32.5 was pretty much useless as it was sea-based and its legs were poorly designed.
- Gadgeteer Genius: What he lacks in physical prowess, he makes up for with his inventions?
- Humiliation Conga: He doesn't lose that much but being spanked by your momma in front of your henchmen sort of ruins your villain's cred.
- Humongous Mecha: He fought Luffy with three of these: Tetsujin 28.5, Tetsujin 32.5 and the Super Zougame.
- Lean and Mean: Pretty scrawny, and villainous.
- Powered Armor: He builds one for Honki, fit with Shoulder Cannons and a mask that suffocates him.
- Rocket Punch: 28.5 and Zougame can fire their fists and/or drills off at enemies, luckily they're attached to cables so they can be retracted.
- Momma's Boy: It doesn't stop him from trying to lock her away.
- Robot Maid: He has a bunch of them in his lair, much to Sanji's delight.
- Sinister Shades: Wears special shades with built-in sweepers to keep them clean.
- Small Name, Big Ego: He's a talented scientist all right and leads his own island and there's nothing bad about being proud of it but it couldn't have hurt him to put his competence in perspective when facing hardened travelers like the Straw Hats.
- Take Over the World: His ultimate plan. Hilariously enough, noone of the Straw Hats is impressed by this.
- This Is a Drill: They all have drills as weapons.
- Transforming Mecha: Luffy kept asking if they could transform to which Ratchet kept saying they couldn't.
- Turtle Power: His biggest and most powerful mecha, Super Zougame, looks like a giant turtle.
- Walking Shirtless Scene: Never wears a shirt.
Voiced by: Keiichi Yamamoto (JP)
Voiced by: Kouji Katou (JP)
Ratchet's henchmen in the seventh movie. Honki is his bodyguard, while Maji has the duty to patrol the island.
- Chainsaw Good: Maji attacks Zoro in a car equipped with giant buzzsaws.
- Co-Dragons: Honki is more brutish while Maji relies more on machinery and tactics.
- Jerkass: Maji is so rude he verges on being a Troll. Robin even expresses verbally her contempt toward him.
- Mask Power: Parodied: Honki sports an impressive mask in his mecha, but it does suffocate him.
- Powered Armor: Honki fights Sanji with one armed with Shoulder Cannon and a toy-like power up.
- Punny Name: Honki means "Seriously" and Maji "Really".
Voiced by: Mino Monta (JP)
Devil Fruit: Shroom-Shroom Fruit
- Aloof Big Brother: It bites him in the ass later.
- Authority Equals Asskicking: Nearly killed Luffy before the latter used the Gear Second.
- Beam Spam: His Shade Dance attack is to fire spore bullets that look like pink laser beams from his hair.
- Big Bad Duumvirate: Along with Wapol, he's the main antagonist of the ninth movie.
- The Cameo: He shows up briefly in Stampede, being seen on Wapol's boat with his crew right before Mihawk slices it in half.
- Doppleganger Attack: His Lot Stiffen technique is a series of clones made of spores.
- The Dragon: To Wapol.
- Fusion Dance: Wapol eats him against his will in order to become stronger.
- Jerkass: Just like his brother, he's a prick.
- Kill It with Fire: His fruit's weakness is fire. The spores can be burnt to neutralize them.
- Lightning Bruiser: He can move at speeds akin to Soru and can punch the stuffing out of Luffy.
- Person of Mass Destruction: He has to release an enormous amount of spores ever 10 years which can wipe out the entire population of an island.
- Petal Power: Or rather spore power.
- Poisonous Person: The spores he creates are extremely toxic.
- Punny Name: "Musshuru" is a pun on "Mushroom".
- Sealed Evil in a Can: Musshuru's powers are stopped by fire, so he was banned to a fiery volcanic island.
- Spell My Name with an "S": Is it Mushul or Musshuru?
- Technicolor Toxin: His poisonous spores are purple, so you know they're bad news.
- This Is a Drill: He can cover his hand in brown spores forming a mushroom-like drill.
- Worf Effect: After utterly curbstomping Luffy, he was almost killed by Usopp's Explosive Star which set him ablaze. To his defense, it was its Achilles' Heel and he was caught by surprise.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Pink hair, in the shape of a mushroom cap no less.
Voiced by: Tomomitsu Yamaguchi (JP)
A character appearing in the eleventh movie. Schneider used to be the leader of the Schneider pirates, who're now disbanded, leaving him only with his pet dog Buzz. Apparently, he's dying from an illness and he tries to force Buzz to leave him by giving him an impossible task: Steal Luffy's hat. Later is revealed that he wasn't really dying at all and he and Buzz are reunited.
- Cool Old Guy: He is a former pirate captain after all, and retains a surprising amount of energy for a dying man.
- Impossible Task: Orders Buzz to bring him Luffy's straw hat if he wants to stay with him. Justified, as he doesn't want to have Buzz seeing him die.
- Incurable Cough of Death: His mysterious illness. Is actually a fork he swallowed while eating spaghetti.
- Your Days Are Numbered: Subverted in the end.
Voiced by: Tomomitsu Yamaguchi (JP)
Schneider's pet bulldog and loyal companion, is sent to steal Luffy's hat in order to stay with his master. He has eaten the Bird-Bird Fruit, Model: Eagle (Hito Hito no Mi, Daibutsu Model).
- Determinator: When you're ready to steal Luffy's extremely precious and trademark straw hat in order to stay with your master, you're this.
- Feathered Fiend: His eagle form, which caused a lot of trouble to Luffy.
- Giant Flyer: He ate a Devil Fruit that lets him turn into a giant bird.
- Mix-and-Match Critter: He's a bulldog who can turn into an Eagle or a eagle-dog hybrid, similar to a Simurgh
"Black Arm" Z
Voiced by: Hōchū Ōtsuka (JP), Jeremy Schwartz (EN), Tia Ballard (child, EN)
The Big Bad of the Twelvth Movie and a former admiral, Z is an imposing man with a giant mechanical arm and a Jolly Roger similar to the Marine's flag. Word of God stated that he's the strongest opponent that the crew has faced so far. His real name is Zephyr.
- The Ace: He was considered this among the Marines and trained several of their greatest (Aokiji, Kizaru, Akainu, Momonga, Smoker and many more).
- Arm Cannon: It has a cannon barrel built into it.
- Armor-Piercing Question: During his second battle with Luffy, he asks him if he's willing to sacrifice his crew to achieve his dream.
- Artificial Limbs: A gargantuan mechanical arm connected to his shoulder named "Battle Smasher". He's also shown to have a more normal-sized one presumably for non-combat use.
- Badass Longcoat: A black and red one, with his Jolly Roger impressed on it. And of course, he wears it like a cape.
- Badass Normal: He has no Devil Fruit power. And even without his mechanical arm, he's no pushover.
- Big Bad: The main antagonist of his own movie.
- Bolivian Army Ending: His final fate. He was surrounded by many of his old students in the Marines, who were forced to deliver the finishing blows to him in a very regretful manner because killing their old teacher was heartbreaking. Yet he coached them on, anyway, facing the consequences of his actions with pride.
- Character Death: He dies in a last fight against the Marines, while buying the Straw Hats, Ain, Binz and Aokiji enough time to escape.
- Charles Atlas Superpower: Even without his Battle Smasher, he's strong enough to create a large shockwave by striking the ground with his fists.
- It also says in Volume 1000 that he's mastered Rokushiki.
- Coat Cape: Like almost every coat-wearer, he's too badass to put his arms through the sleeves.
- Cool Shades: Those triangle shades of his are pretty badass.
- Crazy-Prepared: Upon learning in their second encounter that Luffy is immune to his gunfire, he merely replies with a "Is that so?" and shoots Luffy with a bullet made from Sea Stone, bringing the fight to an end.
- Dark and Troubled Past: He joined the Marines in hopes of being a hero, but later found out that being one isn't just about being a hero. He later married and had a child, but both were killed by a pirate years later. He quit his position to become a trainer for the Marines but during a exercise, they were attacked and all of his students, save Ain and Bins, were killed. And his right arm was lopped off by a pirate, and said pirate became a Warlord of the Sea just a year ago. No wonder he left the marines.
- Dented Iron: As seen with his final fight with Luffy, his advanced age means he's not quite the same fighter as he used to be. It's even shown earlier, as he needs to use an aerosol when he gets too exhausted.
- The Dreaded: Regardless of his past, one thing's clear: the Marines are terrified of him. Makes sense, seeing as he's a former Marine Admiral, and thus used to be one of their "Greatest Military Powers". Now that he's gone rogue, and is planning to exterminate all pirates in a such a way that Akainu, the current Fleet Admiral, wouldn't approve of, it's safe to say that any pirate who knows of him would be terrified of him as well.
- Evil Counterpart: Although Fujitora hadn't yet been introduced in the series when Film Z came out, there are some notable similarities between the two. Both were purple-clad admirals in the Marines. Both are disabled (Z is missing an arm, Fujitora is blind). Both of them have issues with authority because of the Warlord system, but while Z quit the Marines over it and tried to enact a plan that would've slain countless innocents, Fujitora wants to change the system from within and has been proved unwilling to hurt civilians, even ones who are directly obstructing him from arresting pirates.
- Evil Old Folks: He's 75 during the events of Film Z.
- Evil Sounds Deep: He has a very deep voice befitting for a villain.
- Face Death with Dignity: Even against overwhelming odds, he faced his death proudly and with much dignity, refusing to go down without a last fight.
- A Father to His Men: Almost every officer you can name was trained by him during his time as an admiral. Garp even names this trope to describe the relationship he had with his pupils before he went bad.
- Gatling Good: His mechanical arm has a machine gun built into it.
- A Good Way to Die: He goes into his last battle with the Marines with no regrets, stating he'll leave them with "a final lesson". He knows full well he won't survive, but makes sure he goes down swinging.
- Heroic Sacrifice: After his battle with Luffy, Kizaru and his troops move in to capture Z and the Straw Hats. Z, respecting Luffy's strength and conviction, stays behind to battle them and allow the Straw Hats, as well as his subordinates, to escape. Even knowing he won't survive but having nothing left to lose.
- I Was Quite a Looker: As briefly revealed in his flashbacks, he looked damn good as a young man.
- It Is Pronounced Tropay: His nickname "Z" in the original Japanese dub is pronounced Zetto. The English dub elects to go with "Zed", the European pronunciation for "Z", probably because it's the closest approximation in the English language to the original Japanese pronunciation (and it probably sounds cooler than "Zee")
- Ki Manipulation: He's very skilled at Haki, especially in the Color of Armanent that earned him his nickname of "Black Arm".
- Kick the Dog: He knows who Shanks is and constantly badmouths him, much to Luffy's anger. During Luffy second rematch with him, he steals his straw hat which gives Luffy even more motivation to beat him.
- Knight Templar: Like any Marine with the absolute justice mantra, he wishes to eradicate all pirates. However his plan involves using Dyna Stones, stones that when exposed to air explode like a nuclear bomb, to blow up crucial volcanic vault lines and turn the whole Grand Line into a sea of flames. Killing every pirate on the seas but taking innocent lives as well. Enough to make even Akainu disapprove and not consider as acceptable losses.
- Kryptonite Factor: His mechnical arm is this for devil fruit users, as it also has Sea Prism Stone plating.
- Lightning Bruiser: If this film trailer is anything to go by, at least. Also has traces of his playable appearance in Super Grand Battle! X.
- Mage Killer: Utilizes Sea Prism Stone-based weaponry to fight Devil Fruit users.
- Meaningful Name: He didn't take the name Z just because his real name started with it. The ending reveals that it was the name of a superhero he created in his youth.
- No Historical Figures Were Harmed: Z may have been partly inspired by the real life Claude Dansey, also known as "Colonel Z" and codenamed "Z", who secretly established his own spy organization when he grew frustrated with the incompetence of MI-6.
- Older Than They Look: Downplayed. He's 75 years old, but he could easily pass for being in his 40's.
- Power Fist: Mechanical arm again. It works great as a powerful bludgeoning weapon, is deceptively fast for its size, and it has its own hidden weaponry as well as Sea Stone plating to combat Devil Fruit users.
- Purple Is Powerful: With the color of his hair and the suit he wore as an admiral, purple is his main color. Hes also very strong, he fought Whitebeard!
- Red Right Hand: His right arm is mechanical.
- Sorting Algorithm of Evil: Apparently, this guy is stronger than all the previous opponents met by the Straw Hats so far, including Rob Lucci, Eneru and Crocodile.
- And that's just the foes they've beaten. Taken absolutely literally, the statement means he's also stronger than Kuma, Mihawk, and the Admirals. The Straw Hats definitely have their work cut out for them...
- Start My Own: He organized the Neo Marines after losing his arm. They even got their own version of the Pacifistas.
- That Man Is Dead: When he left the Marines after finding out that one of the recently joined Seven Warlords of the Sea was responsible for cutting off his arm. He completely abandoned his old name, Zephyr, and took the name Z.
- Tragic Villain: The tragedies he experienced in the past (See Dark and Troubled Past for the details) made him into the villain he is today. Even though he's hardcore, it's hard not to feel sorry for him.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: He has purple hair.
Voiced by: Ryoko Shinohara (JP), Lauren Landa (EN)
Devil Fruit: Return-Return Fruit
Z's subordinate and one of his most trusted companions. An attractive young woman, she has eaten the Return-Return Fruit (Modo Modo no Mi), which allows her to return the age of anything she touches to a younger age.
- Badass Adorable: Ain may not be "awww"-inducingly adorable, but she's still rather cute, and definitely badass.
- Badass Longcoat: She wears one similar to her captain's.
- Coat Cape: Ain wears her coat like a cape, like her captain.
- Co-Dragons: With Bins to Z. Ain in particular is explicitly stated to be Z's second-in-command.
- Dishing Out Dirt: Ain's devil fruit powers works on the earth as well, allowing her to soften and harden the ground at will in order to trap her opponents. She can also turn cold magma back into a dangerous lava pool.
- Fountain of Youth: Her powers, similar to those of Bonney except that it works even on objects, and it only works backwards. Also, it only takes away twelve years per hit, whereas Bonney can freely choose by how many years she can age or regress people.
- Fragile Speedster: Ain is pretty damn strong physically, but not enough to keep up with her opponents, and not resistant enough to tank attacks like most other fighters in the series do. As a result, she prefers to rely more on speed and clever use of her Devil Fruit to gain the upper hand in battle. It shows in her choice of weapons: she is mostly seen wielding two knives or short swords instead of huge and slow weapons.
- Good Scars, Evil Scars: She has a rather large scar on her right leg.
- The Gunslinger: She wields two guns for long-ranged attacks.
- Magic Pants: Averted with her powers, whose victims' clothes do not change along with them when they get younger.
- Ms. Fanservice: A beautiful young woman whose outfits really emphasize her good looks.
- Sole Survivor: With Bins, they were part of the trainees under Z's command back in the past. But a pirate attack killed the majority of them with only Z and these two coming out of it alive.
- Shapeshifting Excludes Clothing: Her victims' clothes don't change along with them, making her Devil Fruit one of the few that doesn't directly affect clothing when used on a person (The other two being Jewelry Bonney's and Honey Queen's).
- The Stoic: Even moreso than Bins. That is, until Z's last stand, during which Ain breaks down in tears. They both cry after Z dies.
- Superpower Lottery: Ains' power is actually one of the most powerful Devil Fruits in the series when you think about it; all she has to do is touch her opponents a few times and, just like that, they're gone. Young people like the Straw Hats would only survive 2-3 touches, and even Z himself (who was 74 years old) would have died if she touched him a mere 7 times. Alas, being a one-shot side character in a movie, she doesn't get to enjoy the full implications of her own power.
- Touch of Death: The more she touches her victim, the more they regress in age, until they can be practically erased from existence. She doesn't get a chance to do it onscreen, but the very idea of it happening is unpleasant.
- Undying Loyalty: They're willing to sacrifice their lives to help Z.
- Weak, but Skilled: Though she definitely isn't weak, her strength pales in comparison to other fighters shown in the series. She makes up for it with her speed and clever tactics. As shown in a flashback in the Z's Ambition arc, at the end of a five-hour long fight against Shuzo which she was about to lose, Ain regained the upper hand by hardening the ground with her powers, trapping Shuzo in it.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Ain's hair is literally blue.
Voiced by: Teruyuki Kagawara (JP), Matthew Mercer (EN)
Devil Fruit: Growth-Growth Fruit
Z's subordinate and one of his most trusted companions. A large man dressed like a ninja, he has eaten the Growth-Growth Fruit (Mosa Mosa no Mi), allowing him to make plants grow at ludicrous speed.
- Beware the Silly Ones: Stoic though he may be, Bins makes a lot of weird facial expressions and sounds in battle, and is also prone to dancing oddly to use his powers, and like Ain he is a certified badass.
- Co-Dragons: With Ain to Z.
- Fuuma Shuriken: One can seen dangling from his back.
- Green Thumb: Bins can speed up the growth of plants thanks to his Mosa Mosa fruit powers.
- Highly Visible Ninja: Being stealthy is not Bins' priority.
- Ninja: Bins' general appearance. He also uses the appropriate old japanese linguistics pronouns and tics.
- Sole Survivor: With Ain, they were part of the trainees under Z's command back in the past. But a pirate attack killed the majority of them with only Z and these two coming out of it alive.
- The Stoic: Rarely emotes. He cries with Ain after Z dies.
- Verbal Tic: His "Mosa Mosa". Justified in that this is how he uses his power: he says it to make plants grow.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair:Bins' hair is magenta-colored.
Voiced by: Kazuhiro Yamaji, Takahiro Sakurai (Younger Tesoro) (JP), Keith Silverstein, Dallas Reid (Younger Tesoro) (EN), Idzi Dutkiewicz, Eleazar Muñoz (Younger Tesoro) (Latin American Spanish)
Birthday: January 24th
Devil Fruit: Gol-Gol Fruit
Main villain of One Piece Film: Gold and owner of Gran Tesoro, a huge ocean liner with a casino city incorporated into it. Wields the Gol-Gol Fruit (Goru Goru no Mi) which allows him to make and manipulate gold out of anything he touches.
- A Twinkle in the Sky: Kinda, Luffy's final attack sends him flying into the air, but he falls and ends up crashing on the Marine ship Lucci was using, completely knocked out.
- Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever: Creates a gigantic golden golem that he controls within it to fight against Luffy in the finale of the film.
- Bad Boss: Not above killing his henchman, calling them as "his property".
- Beat Them at Their Own Game: He knew the Straw Hats would attempt to come after his gold sooner or later and thought he has all the angles covered by having Carina lead the crew on till they reached the top of the tower where he awaited them for execution and, even though Luffy managed to reach his water pump to break the gold on his arms, he was ready for that as well by locking him in the room and flooding it with water. Indeed, for a moment, it looked like he won...until the ship was suddenly flooded with sea water washing away his gold dust. Nami explains that they knew Luffy was going to get caught and, thanks to Carina tipping them off, they knew of Gild's plan and just played along until Franky (who was with Luffy) could reach the pump and re-direct the water to spray over the ship and disperse the gold dust, robbing Tesoro of his advantage.
- Berserk Button: Gild hates being laughed at. He has an obsession with telling people if they can laugh and gets angry if they do so without his permission. This stems from the abuse he suffered from the World Noble that enslaved him and ingrained these words into his head. He also loses his cool if someone challenges his beliefs that money is everything in the world.
- Big Bad: The main antagonist of the thirteenth film.
- Bread and Circuses: He rules Gran Tesoro as an independent nation (which is recognized by the World Government) and isn't above entertaining the masses by making a spectacle of crushing anyone who goes against him.
- Bullying a Dragon: Definitely pulled this with the Straw Hats. Unlike Shiki (who antagonized the crew because some members were from East Blue, a sea he hated) and Z (who was a former Marine and thus hated pirates), Tesoro had virtually no reason to mess with the Straw Hats other than to be a dick because he just knew of them based on reputation. Naturally, it comes back to bite him in the ass.
- Cheaters Never Prosper: For all his rigging the games in his favor, he was ultimately no match for the Straw Hats' cunning. When all his advantages are taken away and left up to chance, he loses to Luffy's determination in the end.
- Combat Tentacles:
- His main attack invokes him doing this by making a mass of golden tentacles and wrapping it around his victims. Whomever it hits slowly turns to gold.
- This applies to two of his attacks, Gon L'ira di Dio ("Gon Wrath of God" or "Golden Judgment of God") and only in One Piece: Burning Blood, Gon Incantesimo (Gon Incantation).
- Cool Shades: Wears a pair atop of his head.
- Dark and Troubled Past: Born into a poor and abusive family and turned to a life of crime. He met a girl named Stella who was a slave and convinced him to go straight. He did and tried to earn the money to free her. But by the time he did, a World Noble brought her before he could and enslaved the both of them. He was eventually freed thanks to Fisher Tiger but found out that Stella died during her captivity. As such, he vowed to destroy the World Nobles, gained the powers of the Gold Gold Fruit by swiping it from Doflamingo during an auction and set about building his empire so that the World Nobles will be under his control.
- Establishing Character Music: He's introduced singing "Gold & Jive - Silver Ocean" along with Carina.
- Evil Overlord: Rules the Gran Tesoro as its King with an iron (gold?) fist.
- Extra-ore-dinary: As stated, he has power over gold and can shape it into any shape or form as he wishes.
- Eye Beams: Can somehow fire beams from his his giant golden golem.
- Feet-First Introduction: Introduced climbing up some steps to a platform right before show he's doing.
- Freudian Excuse: After experiencing the brutality of the World Nobles and the death of his beloved Stella at their hands, he lost any reasons he ever had to try to lead an upstanding life, and simply devoted himself to gathering as much wealth and power as he could for himself at the expense of others. Instead of being hurt and used by those with power, he would be the one exerting his power over everyone else.
- A God Am I: Proclaims himself as such in the climax when he tries to cover the whole of Gran Tesero in a gold wave. Luffy quickly puts a kibosh on that and knocks him out.
- Gratuitous Italian: How his attacks are all named, though the "Gon" prefix in their names is still ambiguous at best at what it really translates to aside from "Golden" (if you go by the alternate character readings from the Japanese kanji).
- Heart Is an Awesome Power: On the surface, the power to control gold that he's come in contact which is an extremely limited form of metal control. How does he get around this limitation? By using it to become one of the richest men in the world and surrounding himself with enough gold that he could literally build a town-sized ship with the stuff.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: Tesoro's cannon which his uses for his Golden Splash performance is used against him when the heroes manage to fill it with seawater and wash away the gold sparkles over the city, weakening Tesoro's power.
- Home Field Advantage: The reason he's such a tough opponent is that he's an "Awakened" Devil Fruit user and has gold particles raining down on every inch of the ship, allowing him to control any part of it as long as it's golden which includes humans. The only way the crew manages to gain an advantage over him was loading the cannons that he uses for his Golden Splash attack with seawater and raining it down over the ship to weaken him and make the final battle more even.
- His bio states he was a former slave of the World Nobles and hates people with massive wealth and power. Yet his actions in governing Gran Tesoro are virtually no different than them and he apparently can't see the irony of that. There's even a part in the movie where he sees his past self on the day he was made a slave in Luffy when Luffy is struggling to get up. It shocks him for a bit before he decides to continue on with his attack.
- He likewise has a rule of his ship that amounts to "If you get swindled, it's your own fault". Of course the moment he is outwitted by the Straw Hats in the climax, he ends up throwing a massive fit.
- Hypocrite Has a Point: In spite of his despicable actions, he's not the least bit wrong to hate the World Nobles, as most of the time they are all guilty of far far worse than Tesoro is.
- It's All About Me: He doesn't care for anything other than himself and his whims, calling his henchmen and his slaves as "his property" and treating them like such.
- The Lost Lenore: Stella. A slave girl had met, grown a romantic interest in and tried to buy legally. But a World Noble brought her first and she died while serving under him. At the start of the film the stage show he performs is named after her and he utters her name as his last words before Luffy knocks him out.
- Meaningful Name: "Gildo" comes from "guild" and "gild" (to cover thinly with gold), and "Tesoro" is Spanish for "treasure". Fitting for a man who loves gold.
- Money Fetish: If the name didn't give it away, the dude loves gold. His main base is a gold tower and he practically sporting it all over his body at one point. Heck even his main power is gold based. Though we later find out his obsession with this is tied to the tragedy of his past and losing Stella. As since a World Noble was the one to buy her, he came to the conclusion that the world is ruled by money.
- Nice Hat: Once of his outfits sport this.
- Oh, Crap!: Gets these several times in the climax when he realizes that Luffy is a lot tougher than he looks, no matter much he keeps batting him around. Comes to a head in the final clash when a Gear 4th Luffy blasts through his Golden Splash attack. Since he's out in the open to use said attack, Gild's left completely vulnerable when it fails. His expression just screams this before he's sent flying upward.
- One-Winged Angel: His power allows him to encase himself in gold as well, turning into a giant gold golem. Though it seem more he's controlling it like a robot than actually encasing it over himself.
- Powers Do the Fighting: He never really attacks the Straw Hats head on without his powers. Even the one time he does, is only when he encases his fist in gold. Otherwise, he uses his gold powers as his main offense. Somewhat subverted in his playable appearance in One Piece: Burning Blood, where he uses a boxing-style mixed in with his powers and a few kicking moves.
- Promoted to Playable: In both One Piece: Burning Blood and One Piece: Great Pirate Colosseum to possibly hype up his movie.
- Rags to Riches: Went from poverty to massive wealth thanks to his powers. This likewise turned him From Nobody to Nightmare as well.
- Red Baron: He's known as the "Gold Emperor", the "Casino King" or "The Monster of the New World".
- Red Right Hand: He has a star-shaped scar on his back, covering his former World Noble slave brand.
- Real Men Wear Pink: His main outfit is a pink suit.
- Sadist: He finds people's suffering as great "entertainment" to him.
- Slasher Smile: As with any villain, he sports this a lot.
- Spell My Name with an "S": Gildo in some scans, Gild in others and Guild in the Funimation subs.
- Squishy Wizard: His powers are the only real reason he's a threat. Once Luffy managed to get around it, he takes him out easily.
- Surprisingly Good English: In the Japanese version, his Gratuitous English is surprisingly good in the case of him not using the usual extended constants/vowels associated with Japanese-styled English. It's averted in the English dub.
- Taken for Granite: He can encase people in gold and turn them into gold statues, much like Mr. 3 can with his wax.
- This Is Gonna Suck: Once Luffy goes 4th Gear and breaks one of the arms on his golem, he visibly cringes before Luffy hits him with a Kong Gun.
- Tragic Villain: Ultimately Gild is more or less a byproduct of the World Nobles' cruelty as pretty much everything that lead to Gran Tesoro and his mindset was caused by them when he was on the verge of reforming from his first stint as a criminal. In a more just world, he would've lived a completely happy life with Stella, but alas it wasn't to be, again thanks to the World Nobles.
- Underestimating Badassery: Honestly thought he could swindle the Straw Hats and get away with it. Even though he knew of their bounties and what not, apparently he never considered there was a reason they were so infamous in the first place. It costs him dearly in the end.
- Villainous Breakdown: He undergoes Sanity Slippage after he gets Out-Gambitted by the Straw Hats, as the battle goes on, he descends into a ranting madman.
"Phantom Thief" Carina
Voiced By: Hikari Mitsushima (JP), Michele Knotz (EN), Romina Marroquín Payró (Latin American Spanish)
A singer within Gran Tesoro and former thief rival of Nami's.
- Absolute Cleavage: A lot of the outfits she wears, over the course of the movie, have this.
- The Cameo: Seen briefly in Stampede at the start during the Good-Times Montage. She's one of the contestants in the beauty pagent Nami enters and wins, giving a pouting face when she does. Though considering her action at the end of Gold, seems fair enough.
- The Chanteuse: She's a very popular singer within the casino.
- Classy Catburglar: Stated to be a fellow thief and seen wearing a cat suit in the movie.
- Early-Bird Cameo: Appears in a flashback of Nami's in the Film: Gold tie in special "Heart of Gold" where Nami explains her past with her.
- Establishing Character Music: She's introduced singing "Gold & Jive - Silver Ocean" along with Gild.
- Exactly What It Says on the Tin: Her epithet "Thief-Girl", which she probably earned because... she's a girl who's a thief and a thief who's a girl.
- False Friend: Nami considers her one for using her as a decoy and leaving her at the mercy of Mad Treasure. She seems to pull it again when Gild manages to capture the other Straw Hats, but ultimately sides with the Straw Hats. In the climax of the film, Nami realizes that in the past, while Carina made off with her gold she likewise saved her by acting as a decoy to keep Treasure from killing her.
- Manipulative Bitch: A more friendly version of this but she plays everyone toward achieving her goal. Tesoro on where to find her target (his gold vault) and getting a key for it and the Straw Hats in helping her defeat him and his staff so she can claim it and the ship as her own. Oddly though, Nami doesn't have a problem with it at the end of the movie as she knows Carina isn't evil and has a conscience, helped by the friendly note she leaves Nami with at the end of the movie and letting her keep the rings she nicked off Tesoro.
- The Mole: Eventually, she does turn out to be genuinely turning on Tesoro and helping the Straw Hats defeat him. Being how she is though, she also does ultimately screw the Straw Hats over somewhat, stealing the Gran Tesoro for herself without leaving them any treasure for their troubles. For what it's worth though, the Straw Hats just take it in their stride and leave without any hard feelings.
- Ms. Fanservice: Carina is considered to be attractive by everyone, including the patrons at Gran Tesoro.
- Nice Hat: Wears a bowl type one early in the movie when Nami and she meet each other again.
- The Rival: To Nami when it concerns thievery.
- Sexy Backless Outfit: Her outfit while working as a singer is a short, backless Little Black Dress. She goes for more casual attire when undercover with the Straw Hats, though.
- She's Got Legs: Her outfits often show quite a bit of her legs.
- Show Some Leg: She distracts a couple of guards at one point with this tactic. As you can imagine, she's rather successful.
- Something About a Rose: She wears a rose in her hair.
- The Starscream: Even though she is working for Tesoro, Carina's planning to backstab her own boss and take over Gran Tesoro for her own right from the get-go. In the end, her plan succeeds.
- Token Good Teammate: The only Executive Member of Gran Tesoro to have something of a working conscience.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Carina has purple hair.
Voiced by: Gaku Hamada (JP), Daman Mills (EN), José Gilberto Vilchis (Latin American Spanish)
Devil Fruit: Through-Through Fruit
Head of security at the Gran Tesoro. He has eaten the Through-Through Fruit (Nuke Nuke no Mi) which allows him to phase through walls and make holes in walls and floors.
- Animal Motif: A cat considering how "sneaky" and laid back he is.
- Bling of War: Seen wearing golden armor in the climax of the movie.
- Cat Smile: His design sports this, considering he does look like a cat, it might be intentional.
- Early-Bird Cameo: Appears in both the Silver Mine arc (collecting Bill's silver tribute to Gild and observing the chaos of Luffy and Bartolomeo's escape) and the Heart of Gold special (offering a job to Mad Treasure to find the Pure Gold).
- Evil Wears Black: He wears a black uniform as a security officer for Gild Tesoro.
- Fatal Flaw: His Devil Fruit's weakness to escaping from organic material leads to his defeat. Also, like a cat, he enjoys toying with his victims. Instead of going for kill shots from the beginning he bounces around with his powers for a while to taunt Robin and Sanji, giving them time to trap him.
- Faux Affably Evil: He is friendly when making transactions with others, but loves to attack criminals and is sneaky in general.
- Intangible Man: His Devil Fruit allows him to phase through solid objects. Being a security guard, it helps him a lot.
- Oh, Crap!: Once Robin manages to catch him with her powers, she rubs it in that she knew he couldn't phrase through organic material and was waiting till Tanaka got close enough to grab. You can see the realization on his face that he screwed up royally trying to take her hostage, and this grows even more when a very pissed off Sanji comes in to finish the job with Diable Jamble.
- Squishy Wizard: In the final battle, he uses his powers to phase around the area, keeping Sanji and Robin from tracking him while he shoots at them with a simple pistol. He tries to hold Robin hostage... until she uses her powers to catch him. Since he can't phase through her powers since they're organic, this leaves him completely vulnerable to Sanji's kicks which instantly knock him out.
- Visual Pun: As he's sporting a cat motif and seen wearing all black at one point. He could be considered a "black cat" which are usually identified by superstition for bringing bad luck.
- Weaksauce Weakness: He can phase through material, but not anything organic. So Robin's Flower-Flower powers keep him from escaping when she uses it to hold him down.
- Yellow Eyes of Sneakiness: Sports this, likely to go with his cat motif.
Voiced by: Nanao (JP), Amber Lee Connors (EN), Ana Lobo (Latin American Spanish)
Devil Fruit: Luck-Luck Fruit
Concierge of the Gran Tersoro. She has eaten the Luck-Luck Fruit (Raki Raki no Mi) which allows her to steal the luck of anyone she touches.
- Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: When the Straw Hats first arrive at Gran Tesoro, she accommodates them and seems nice enough, even loaning them some money to play the casino and giving them a tour. That is until she takes them to the high rollers area and uses her powers to change Luffy's luck during a Craps game and causes him to lose. After which she shows her true colors.
- Bling of War: Seen wearing golden armor in the climax of the movie.
- Crazy-Prepared: When the Straw Hats flood the Gran Tesoro with sea weather, she's seen carrying an umbrella.
- Dark-Skinned Redhead: She has dark skin as well as red hair.
- Didn't See That Coming: While she can change the luck of someone and use said luck against her target. The stolen luck isn't infinite however and she uses so much of it fighting Usopp, Chopper and Brook that she eventually runs out when Usopp uses a slot machine to catch one of her lucky coins, said luck entering the machine and winning a jackpot. With the luck used up without her knowledge, Usopp manages to score a knock-out hit on her.
- Disaster Dominoes: Weaponized. She uses her Lucky powers to cause bad luck chain reactions to whomever she touches.
- Evil Redhead: She has red hair and is working for Gild Tesoro.
- Evil Wears Black: She wears a black uniform and is a villain.
- Fatal Flaw: Her pride and greed lead to her defeat at the hands of Usopp.
- Faux Affably Evil: She appears to be chummy with the Straw Hats at first, up until she changes Luffy's luck during a Craps game. It's implied she has done the same to many others to make them indebted as slaves to Tesoro.
- Karma Houdini: A literal one. Her Devil Fruit power allows her to become ludicrously lucky and able to avoid misfortunes as long as she keeps stealing luck from other people.
- Karma Houdini Warranty: However, her luck isn't limitless, since some gets used up each time something miraculous happens, and the more fortunate it is, the more luck is consumed. She has to keep stealing to replenish her stock, because if the well of luck runs dry, she's in for some immense punishment.
- Laser-Guided Karma: Ends up taking Luffy's luck to make him lose as part of Gild's plan to swindle the Straw Hats which set the film's events into motion. In the climax, her powers are manipulated to use up all her luck at once and leave her vulnerable to be defeated.
- She's Got Legs: Her dress has a slit in it to show off her long legs.
- Squishy Wizard: Despite her powers, it only took Usopp one hit to defeat her once her luck is used up.
- Smug Snake: She is confident in her Devil Fruit abilities, which causes her to become arrogant.
- Stripperific: Her gold armor leaves her breast and legs exposed. She mentions she rather likes the look.
- This Cannot Be!: When Usopp gets a major blow on her, she expressed disbelief that her powers aren't as invincible as she thought (or rather in this case, were manipulated in her opponents favor) before she collapses.
- Touch of Death: She has to touch someone with her skin to steal away their luck. Being left with nothing but bad luck can prove to be fatal, as a group of henchmen are all crushed under a collapsing pillar once she's robbed them all of their luck.
- Winds of Destiny, Change: Baccarat's Devil Fruit allows her to alter the fate and luck of whoever she touches.
- Villain Ball: Just because you have lucky powers, doesn't mean that exempts you from dodging attacks. It eventually bites her in the final battle.
Voiced by: Kendo Kobayashi (JP), Tyson Rinehart (EN), Víctor Hugo Aguilar (Latin American Spanish)
A worker that handles heavy lifting at the Gran Tersoro.
- An Axe to Grind: Dice uses one during the VIP craps, though he never really strikes the cup with it, instead using his head much to the confusion of the Straw Hats why he would need it in the first place. In the final battle, Tesoro gives him a huge, golden one along with his armor though Zoro ends up disarming him of it.
- Badass Normal: The only one of Tesoro's top enforcers who doesn't have a Devil Fruit power, instead fighting solely with his strength and haki. He's also the last one to get taken down because of it.
- Bling of War: Wears golden armor in the climax of the film.
- The Brute: Very big and muscular. Clearly the strongman of Tesoro's trio.
- Combat Sadomasochist: The guy's a masochist and enjoys pain. Even when Zoro finally knocks him out, he has a look of pleasure on his face.
- Everything's Better with Spinning: How he usually fights, by spinning and charging at his opponent. Considering he can also use Haki, this makes him a very tough opponent.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: Tried to invoke this on Zoro by stealing two of his swords during their fight and trying to use them against Zoro. Zoro manages to strike him down regardless in a Single-Stroke Battle.
- Top-Heavy Guy: Big at the top, short below the waist.
Voiced by: Kin'ya Kitaōji (JP), Garrett Schenck (EN), Víctor Delgado (Latin American Spanish)
A legendary gambler and a member of the Revolutionaries.
- Badass Normal: After seeing Luffy attempt to jump through a fan, he ultimately decided to test his luck one last time and jumps into the fan himself. Unlike Luffy, he doesn't have any powers and by all rights it should've killed him due to getting hit by the fan but miraculously he survives.
- Born Lucky: Said to be one of the luckiest people around before coming to Gran Tesoro. No doubt thanks to Baccarat messing with his mojo.
- The Cavalry: Leads the charge of Tesoro's slaves after the Straw Hats weaken Tesoro's power over the ship.
- Running Gag: Has a habit of shuffling his feet and moving very slowly when he walks.
"Demon Heir" Douglas Bullet
Voiced by: Tsutomu Isobe (JP), Daman Mills (EN)
Devil Fruit: Clank Clank Fruit
A former member of the Roger Pirates. Bullet is the Straw Hats' main opponent in the film for Roger's treasure. He ate the Gasha Gasha no Mi, which makes him a "Combining Man" able to assimilate objects to form large constructs such as mini-mechas, submarines and other contraptions.
- Achilles' Heel: Running Armament Haki through his constructs makes them stronger, but they also synch up his body to their well-being. So damaging his outer shell will hurt him as well.
- All There in the Manual: Like Gild, his backstory is only given a very brief glance in the movie and fully covered in the Volume Expo that was only released for first time theater goers in Japan.
- Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy: Played straight and deconstructed. He's incredibly powerful and mops the floor with any single opponent, but he's also obssessed with showing off his strength and wastes stamina on flashy destructive attacks. He could have easily destroyed all his enemies if he conserved his stamina, but wasted it on extensively powerful displays of Haki. Thanks to Luffy's tenacity and help from his allies, Douglas' strength waned until he was vulnerable enough to defeat. All because he wanted to show off being the strongest.
- Big Bad Duumvirate: Alongside Buena Festa, who like him was thought dead and forgotten by the world. Togheter, they gained the Eternal Pose that lead to Laugh Tale and hatched a plan to lure pirates to them and have Douglas take them out to usher in their own age of piracy, leading into the events of Stampede. That said, Douglas is the muscle and main treat during the movie, while Buena Festa is the brains and a Non-Action Big Bad.
- The Berserker: He rampaged through most of the Grand Line till the Marines had to actually use a Buster Call on him to stop him.
- Blood Knight: Back since he was a soldier, he was obsessed with fighting strong opponents, and joined the Roger Pirates only because Roger was able to beat him. Now he thinks he can be recognized as the World's Strongest Man if he defeats enough powerful people, which he intends to do using the Pirates Expo.
- Charles Atlas Superpower: While his fruit powers are amazing, they do not influence his physical strength, which is born from constant training.
- Clothing Damage: He shirt ends up getting burned off after Luffy hits him with a Red Hawk during his initial battle with the Supernovas.
- Combining Mecha: Like Kidd's fruit, his can manipulate metal, though unlike Kid's magnetism, he can assimilate metal objects together to form a proper exoskeleton or even vehicles. Concept arts shows mechas and a submarine made from his powers. He can also use his power on other materials.
- Combat Breakdown: Starts fighting as normal where none of the Eleven Supernovas could even scratch him. Then summons his mech which takes down everyone. He then goes "monster" by using the material around the island which forces Luffy, Smoker, Law, Hancock, and Crocodile to weaken his monster form enough for Luffy to finally break it apart. After which a Pop Green Usopp had fired into it earlier activates and tears apart the initial mech he was using. He fights Luffy directly in a one on one slugfest with Haki-powered punches which ultimately leads to his defeat when Luffy turns out to be more tenacious than he realized.
- Conflict Ball: His plan involves using the Eternal Pose leading to Laugh Tale as one, forcing pirates and Marines alike to fight against him and each other for the chance at obtaining it. Bullet himself has no real interest in finding the One Piece.
- Dark and Troubled Past: He was born on a militarized nation that was in a constant civil war, abandoned by his parents and was a Child Soldier viewed as utterly expendable. One of the highest honors one could receive in his army was the coveted Medal which was awarded to those who could survive and complete the feats tasked of them. Douglas trained to be the best soldier he could, eventually earning said medal despite the attempts of his allies to hinder him and would do so several more times, gaining his Devil Fruit powers along the way. However his strength frightened his allies, including his commander and father figure, and they tried to kill him, even teaming with their enemies to do so. Naturally, this backfired and Douglas killed them all as a result, ironically ending the war but destroying the island as well (this is what that brief Atop a Mountain of Corpses image in the movie was referring to).
- Defeat Means Friendship: He took to the seas where he met Gol Roger who beat him in a fight. Intrigued by this, he joined Roger's crew to keep fighting him but could never beat him, and gained the title of the "Demon Heir" since it was thought he would take over Roger's role in the future.
- Defeating the Undefeatable: He wishes to test his newfound might against a Buster Call to avenge how he was defeated by the tactic twenty-four years prior to the events of the movie.
- The Dreaded: Bullet is feared as a "Monster" and was thrown into Impel Down's level 6 floor (the level where the worst of the worst pirates are locked up to be forgotten) till he was unwittingly freed by Blackbeard during his recruitment for crewmates. Even Blackbeard declined to have Bullet join his crew because he was too powerful.
- Evil Is Bigger: He is large and antagonistic.
- Extra-ore-dinary: His powers allow him to manipulate metal objects and merge them together to form whatever he needs.
- Goggles Do Something Unusual: His headphones are heavily armored, protecting his ears from attacks.
- Humongous Mecha: He can create these out of enough metal items and control them from the inside. The bad news... he can coat the mecha in Armament Haki, for island-breaking punches.
- I Am Not Left-Handed: To Luffy's distress, Bullet reveals that he wasn't even using Armament Haki for much of his fight against the Worst Generation.
- Laser-Guided Karma: He beats up Usopp when he sees that he grab the prized treasure chest and deems him weak to Luffy. Later in the film, he loses his advantage from his mech when the Pop Greens Usopp had fired earlier into it activate and tear it apart. Forcing him to fight Luffy directly one on one.
- Lightning Bruiser: Despite his bulky frame, he's surprisingly fast. Managing to blindside Luffy a few times with his speed. Apparently, like Luffy, he learned the Geppo technique and uses it to his advantage as he's seen keeping himself in the air after losing his mech and fighting Luffy in a mid-air battle in the climax.
- Lonely at the Top: He's obsessed with his overwhelming strength to the point that he believes that it's all that matters, in spite of Roger's many attempts to show him that he could get even stronger by protecting his friends.
- Love Is a Weakness: Douglas believes that love and companionship only serve to hinder a man's personal strength and eventually get them killed. He cites that both Gol D. Roger and Whitebeard loved their crews as family, but died for their beliefs. To Douglas, you have to stand alone to be strong or you're not strong at all.
- Might Makes Right: His philosophy is this. Bullet believes only the strong are worthy to survive and having friends just gives you a weak point.
- Mighty Glacier: When he's using his constructs.
- Offscreen Moment of Awesome: In the distant past, he fought Crocodile to a standstill. When he was captured, it took a Buster Call led by Garp and Sengoku, as well as an Enemy Mine pulled by several pirates who were defeated by him in the past.
- One-Man Army: Back when he was a soldier, he was so strong he outshone his entire corps, and only Gold Roger was able to defeat him in a one on one.
- One-Winged Angel: Undergoes this twice over the course of the movie.
- The Only One Allowed to Defeat You: Harbored this feeling towards Roger, the only man who he couldn't defeat, and this is why he joined his crew.
- Prisons Are Gymnasiums: After his defeat, he was imprisoned in Impel Down... and he kept training while in Level 6 for twenty-four years.
- Red Baron: The teaser trailer cites him as the "Demon Heir".
- Roaring Rampage of Revenge: Having been deprived his chance to defeat Roger thanks to his untimely death, Bullet went on a massive rampage across the world before he was ultimately cornered by Garp and Sengoku.
- Scars Are Forever: Although obscured by his coat, he seems to have a pretty huge scar on the left side of his body, running all the way from his chest to his face.
- Shout-Out: To Godzilla, the mecha he pilots in the trailer and in the artworks is composed of a Gorilla-like mecha and a whale-shaped submarine, the Catapult. Godzilla's Japanese name sounds like a portmanteau of Gorilla (Gorira) and Whale (Kujira).
- Superpower Lottery: Douglas' strength, speed and durability can give Luffy a serious run for his money, he can use Haoshoku Haki and his Devil Fruit power allows him to disassemble inanimate objects and assemble them into anything he wants with his mind.
- To Be a Master: His stated goal is to become the World's Strongest Man. He intends to earn that title by killing everyone considered the top tier of strength in the world to prove his claim, starting with the Worst Generation.
- Top-Heavy Guy: Downplayed compared to other examples like Franky or Dice, but his upper body is nonetheless much wider than his legs.
- Underestimating Badassery: Twofold. 1) He naturally underestimate how tenacious Luffy truly is, while he acknowledges that Luffy is strong, he thinks he can just easily puts him down as he could with the other Supernovas and finds himself surprised when Luffy keeps coming back at him until he's finally defeated. and 2) To Usopp. Yeah Usopp isn't a major powerhouse like him or Luffy, but because Douglas figures only physical power is all one needs, it blinds him that some pirates fight by other means as well. This ends up biting in the end because he thought when Usopp was firing ammo at him, it was just a show of bravado. In reality, Usopp was firing special Pop Greens into his mech that would activate by all the shockwaves from the fight, ultimately robbing Douglas of the mech he was using and preventing him from reforming. Allowing Luffy to finally knock him out in a direct fight.
- Walking Shirtless Scene: After Luffy hits him with a Red Hawk, his upper shirt is destroyed and he spends the rest of the fight shirtless.
Voiced by: Yūsuke Santamaria (JP), Mick Wingert (EN)
A war instigator and MC of the Pirate Festival revolving around trying to find Roger's treasure.
- Big Bad Duumvirate: The other half of the villians of the movie, having teamed with Douglas, thought up the scheme that drives the conflict of the movie and organized the Pirate Expo for his plans. Though for the most part he never takes any direct action nor is he a fighter. Sabo easily deals with Buena when he confronts him, having been his true target on the island.
- Character Tics: He has a habit of banging his head into the floor/table or smashing objects whenever he gets excited or upset.
- Cigar Chomper: Always seen with a cigar in his mouth.
- Green-Eyed Monster: He despises Gol D. Roger and the Great Age of Piracy, viewing them as the ultimate "festival" he could never top. His goal is to usher in a new era of war and chaos with Douglas as his major frontrunner just to spite Roger and start a "better" era.
- Laughing Mad: After Sabo roasts him, he laments that he backed the wrong horse in Bullet and should've teamed with Luffy. When Sabo informs him that Luffy would never work with him, all Festa can do is laugh in defeat before his base is bombed by the Buster Call.
- Meaningful Name: Spanish (Buena) and Italian (Festa) for "Good Party", appropriately enough.
- Oh, Crap!: He expresses this when Luffy manages to knock out Bullet.
- Orcus on His Throne: He spends most of the movie watching the action from his post and talking with most of the underworld criminals via video Den Den Mushi, gloating when it seems that Bullet will win. The only time he is forced to take action is when Sabo confronts him only to be quickly one-shotted by a fire blast.
- Red Baron: The "Master of Festivities".
- They Wasted a Perfectly Good Sandwich: He has a banquet of food set up for himself as he watches the action of the movie unfold, though gradually knocks it asides as he sees more of Douglas gaining ground in the battle without having touched any of it.
- War for Fun and Profit: As stated, he's a war instigator. However, he's mostly interested in the "fun" part of this trope.
Voiced by: Rino Sashihara (JP), Macy Johnson (EN)
Devil Fruit: Vision-Vision Fruit
One of the hosts of the Pirate Expo. She has eaten the Bijo Bijo no Mi which allows her to creates illusions of herself or other people.
- Brick Joke: One that you would only get if you saw the stage show. But in that, after the villain is defeated, she offers to Luffy to make an illusion of Ace as thanks, which Luffy politeley declines. In the movie, when the Straw Hats and other Supernovas are about to fight through the Buster Call. Sabo makes a path for them using his flame powers, but not before requesting to Ann to make an illusion of Ace when he did to remind Luffy that his brothers are still looking out for him.
- The Ditz: Said to be friendly but a bit of an airhead. Sometimes she mistakes the illusions she made for real people and viceversa.
- Early-Bird Cameo: Not in the series itself but she made her debut as part of a 2018 special One Piece expo in Tokyo Tower before it was revealed she would show up in Stampede.
- Master of Illusion: Her fruit allows her to create illusions of other characters with her power. Though she isn't evil and, in the stage show where she debuted, was forced to use it against the Straw Hats by the villain of that story.
- Screw This, I'm Outta Here!: Once she sees the Buster Call closing in on the island, she quickly books it with Donald not far behind. She's lucky enough to get picked up by the Revolutionaries by the end of the film.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Green-haired.
Voiced by: Ryota Yamasato (JP), Anthony Bowling (EN)
One of the hosts of the Pirate Expo
- Artificial Limbs: A metal clamp on his left hand and a peg leg on his right leg.
- Gonk: Even without taking his prothesis in considerations, he's still a massive, portly man with a crooked nose and jutting teeth.
- Pirate Pegleg: Has has a peg leg on his right leg.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: Can be seen in the end being arrested by Smoker and Hina.