- 1 Appearance
- 2 Personality
- 3 Abilities and Powers
- 4 History
- 5 References
- 6 Site Navigation
Appearance[edit | edit source]
Unlike the stocky build of most other dwarves, Bian has a slender and curvy figure. She has brown eyes, dark brown hair in a bobcut, and a black and pink striped tail.
She has a fluffy pale orange scarf, a short dress similarly striped as her tail with long black sleeves, and tight black pants. She wears lipstick and appears to wear a domino mask. She also wears white boots, gloves, and tophat.
While in her bee hybrid form, she has a second pair of arms, a pair of gray antennae that curves out over the brim of her hat, and transparent orange insect wings.
After becoming part of Leo's pirate crew, she wears a light-colored pirate hat with the crew's jolly roger on it.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Personality[edit | edit source]
Bian is quite punctual, since she was stressing the need to leave on time when Leo arrived late.
Abilities and Powers[edit | edit source]
As a dwarf she likely possesses great strength, speed, and the ability to cultivate any plant.
Devil Fruit[edit | edit source]
Weapons[edit | edit source]
She has a lance. It is unknown how skilled she is in using it, but it can be assumed that she has some proficiency with it.
History[edit | edit source]
Dressrosa Saga[edit | edit source]
Dressrosa Arc[edit | edit source]
After the capture of Usopp and Nico Robin, Bian and the other dwarves were tricked into thinking that Usopp is a great hero as well as the descendant of Mont Blanc Noland. The dwarves requested Usopp to lead them in the fight against the Donquixote Pirates, much to Usopp's unpleasant surprise.
The dwarves then assembled their army, preparing their mission to rescue 500 of their captured brethren in the dark factory located beneath the Corrida Colosseum. Bringing Usopp and Robin along, the dwarves marched to Dressrosa through an underground passage.
They later gathered at the Riku Royal Army Headquarters hidden beneath Flower Hill and listened to Thunder Soldier's speech about overthrowing Donquixote Doflamingo. After Usopp, Robin, and Franky were told the story about Doflamingo's takeover of Dressrosa ten years ago, Bian and the other dwarves prepared for the battle ahead.
When it was finally time to commence the Operation SOP, Bian and Kabu lead the charge and entered the secret tunnel to the underground world before Thunder Soldier, Usopp, and Robin. They eventually arrived at the trade port.
The majority of the dwarves as well as Usopp and Robin later infiltrated the executive tower and went to the room where Trebol and Sugar were located. Leo devised a strategy to take down Sugar by placing a spice known as Tatababasco into her basket of grapes. Bian and the other dwarves cheered for him as he went forward to execute his plan. To lure Trebol away from Sugar, Bian caused a commotion in the trade port with her army of Pink Hornets. Unfortunately, the plan failed and Sugar incapacitated Bian and the other dwarves. They then cheered for Usopp when he finally mustered the courage to admit his lies and face against Trebol.
When Sugar forced the Tatababasco into Usopp's mouth after he was subdued by Trebol, the dwarves were shocked to see that it actually led to Sugar's downfall as Usopp made a horrible expression that terrified Sugar to the point of losing consciousness. With the primary objective of Operation SOP completed, the dwarves wept over Usopp's success. The dwarves then carried Usopp away from an enraged Trebol while Robin held him back. They were surprised when Hajrudin picked up Usopp. When the former slaves declared their allegiance to their savior, Usopp ordered his newfound followers to destroy the SMILE Factory and the dwarves shouted out Usopp's name.
Doflamingo later trapped Dressrosa in his "Birdcage" and forced everyone imprisoned into a survival game. During the chaos, Bian's group was reunited with Wicca and Kyros' dwarf group when Kin'emon arrived at the underground trade port and looked on the unconscious Kabu, Rampo, and Baxcon in shock. Doflamingo also placed a price on the heads of twelve people. The dwarves were surprised when Doflamingo not only included Usopp in his hit list but also placed the highest price on his head. With Usopp's new followers turning into enemies, the dwarves carried him and fled to the surface.
After running through the colosseum stands, the dwarves arrived at the old King's Plateau and reunited with Riku Doldo III and Viola. Bian and her group decided to go to the SMILE Factory to assist Franky. After arriving at the factory, Bian used the Pink Hornets to display a message to the enslaved dwarves, informing them of Doflamingo's trickery. The dwarves inside the factory managed to unlock the doors, allowing Franky and Bian's group to enter. After Franky defeated Senor Pink, the dwarves began the destruction of the SMILE Factory.
With the factory demolished, Bian and the other dwarves carried Franky outside and looked in unison towards the city, much to Franky's confusion. Franky then told them to stop staring and run away from the shrinking Birdcage instead.
Later, Bian and the other dwarves saw Roronoa Zoro racing toward the Birdcage and cheered for him. After Zoro revealed his plan to buy some time, the dwarves became awestruck at him. Since the factory could not be cut by the Birdcage, the dwarves and Franky used it to push the Birdcage back.
When Monkey D. Luffy finally defeated Doflamingo and brought the Birdcage down, the dwarves rejoiced with tears of joy as Luffy's victory was announced to Dressrosa. During the aftermath, the dwarves gathered in front of Kyros and saluted their commander.
Four Emperors Saga[edit | edit source]
The Stories of the Self-Proclaimed Straw Hat Grand Fleet[edit | edit source]
Sometime after the Straw Hats left Dressrosa, Bian became part of Leo's newly-formed pirate group, the Tontatta Pirates. After they received a new ship from the Dressrosa citizens, the crew immediately checked it out. Bian, Leo, and Kabu later had an audience with King Riku and they were assigned as escorts for the Levely.
Levely Arc[edit | edit source]
"Gang" Bege's Oh My Family[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
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