Alpacaman is a tall and muscular man whose neck and gray head are those of an alpaca's, increasing his height. He wears an open dark leather jacket with two chains and yellow cape with feather-like frills, as well as gloves that don't match which includes a black glove on the right hand and a brown glove with two metal hoops on the left, as well as a pair of leather briefs with pockets on them and also black shoes. He also wears a red and white vertically striped pant leg on only his left leg and also a calf armor, leaving his right one bare.
Alpacaman is very loyal to his crew, as he looked forward to the punishments that Eustass Kid would receive upon being caught. He likes to abuse his position as a guard to spit on the prisoners, and is quick to remind them of the punishments for retaliating against him.
He is shown using two sabers during his fight with Hyogoro and Luffy. He possesses some skill with them, and has a habit of spinning them around to show off and attack. He calls this style Alpaca Kenpo (アルパカ剣法,Arupaka Kenpō?, Viz: "Alpaca Fencing").
When news of Eustass Kid's escape from the Prisoner Mines was announced and the guards were demanding for those that knew of any information to come forward, Alpacaman remarked that Kid was stupid for escaping without freeing himself of his Seastone handcuffs. Alpacaman tormented Monkey D. Luffy by spitting on him and questioned if he had helped Kid escape.
After many fighters failed to kill Luffy and Hyogoro during the Sumo Inferno, Alpacaman and Madilloman entered the ring. Alpacaman tried to attack Hyogoro, but the latter managed to avoid his attacks thanks to Luffy using Kenbunshoku Haki to guide him. Eventually, Hyogoro defeated Alpacaman using Busoshoku Haki.