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The subject of this article is sometimes called "Jinbei" or "Jimbei".

"Knight of the Sea" Jinbe is a whale shark fishman,[1] the second captain of the Sun Pirates after Fisher Tiger,[7] and a former Shichibukai,[3] who attained the position eleven years ago.[7]

His name was first mentioned by Yosaku, when he was explaining about the Shichibukai.[3] However, he is formally introduced much later, during the Impel Down Arc.[1] He renounced his Shichibukai title at the Battle of Marineford, allying himself with the Whitebeard Pirates.[4] During the war, he befriended Monkey D. Luffy, and later allied with him and his crew to prevent the New Fishman Pirates' coup d'état against the Neptune Royal Family and the Ryugu Kingdom. He was even invited to join the Straw Hat Pirates, but declined due to having unfinished business of still being affiliated with Big Mom; however, he promised that once he was ready, he would return to Luffy again and request to join his crew. During the Whole Cake Island Arc, Jinbe would later leave Big Mom's services by rebelling against her and helping the Straw Hats escape her clutches. He is currently in an alliance with the Sanji Retrieval Team and Fire Tank Pirates seeking to bring down Big Mom.

Jinbe's first bounty was Beli76,000,000.[12] Eventually, his bounty raised to Beli250,000,000.[1] After he resigned from the Shichibukai, his bounty has been raised to over Beli400,000,000.[11]


Jinbe is a large blue whale shark fishman with a stocky build similar to a sumo wrestler and a face that is commonly associated with various Japanese demons such as the oni. His yellow eyebrows and sideburns are distinctly shaped like those found on such demons, in addition to a bulb-like nose and an angular lower lip pointing upwards. He has a lightning-shaped scar that can be seen from his left side burn and reaching over his left eye which he obtained sometime between Otohime's assassination and meeting Ace. He also possesses two tusk-like conical lower fangs associated with Oni as well; the rest of his teeth from the upper and lower rows are pretty much the same, albeit much smaller. He also has a severe underbite, which makes room for his huge fangs.[1]

He has long, two-toned black hair, with two long stripes, colored gold in the manga and white in the anime, coming from the roots over his forehead and trailing down the back, a topknot, and tuft of hair on his chin with a slight green hue. This topknot did not exist during his time as a member of the Sun Pirates, instead his shorter and flowing black hair trails off half way to a light color concentrated at the back of his head. He kept his chin clean-shaven before joining the Sun Pirates, after which it gradually grew out over time. His hands and feet are also webbed, typical for a fishman, and his limbs that are somewhat thin in comparison with his enormous girth. His gills (which are pale and pinkish in color) are in between his shoulders and neck.[1]

Under his pale red coat (which he swaps for a black one two years later), he appears to be wearing a Coral colored traditional Japanese clothing covered all over with black and white square-shaped patterns with the black and white layers alternating each other (beginning with the black outline from the edge) and ending with a dark square at the middle of each and every one of them. He also ties this attire up with a purple obi like a ribbon around his waist.

Jinbe is often seen wearing different traditional kimono of varying patterns: he wore a karakusa and later a floral design during his time as a member of the Sun Pirates; he wore square designs during his debut and a plain one after the Battle of Marineford. Four years ago, when fighting against Ace, he wore a black gi instead with fish designs on either side of the chest, and a red sash with a tanto tied to it.[13] Two years after the war, while waiting for Luffy at the Sea Forest, his kimono has leaf-patterns. During Caribou's cover story, he is seen in another one patterned with flowers. For footwear, he appears to wear simple geta on his webbed feet. His Sun Pirates tattoo is on the middle of his chest. During the Whole Cake Island Arc, his kimono has a Jolly Roger design arranged like stripes.

He wore a Neptune Army uniform while he was serving as a soldier, and was often seen smoking a pipe back then.[14] During Otohime's funeral, Jinbe wore a suit.[15]

In Volume 63 SBS, Oda draws the Shichibukai as children. Jinbe as a child is seen with light hair wearing a tattered gi practicing his Fishman Karate. He already had a black belt at this age.


Main Series

Jinbe's Sun Pirates Mark
Jinbe's mark of the Sun Pirates emblem.
Martial Artist Infobox
Jinbe as a child.
Younger Jinbe at the Fishman District.
Jinbe at age thirty.
Jinbe at age thirty one.
Jinbe at age thirty four.
Jinbe at age thirty six.
Jinbe at age forty two.
Jinbe's Outfit Marineford Arc
Jinbe during the Battle of Marineford.
Jinbe's Outfit in Caribou's Cover Story
Jinbe during Caribou's cover story.
Jinbe Digitally Colored in Caribou's Cover Story
Jinbe One Day
Detailed version of Jinbe's face.
Jinbe's Wanted Poster
Jinbe's first bounty poster.
Early Jinbe
Early concepts of Jinbe in One Piece Green.
Jinbe as a Female
Jinbe as a fishwoman.

Video Games


Jinbe is a fishman of great pride and honor. He is known to the World Government as a pirate-hating pirate, possibly due to the actions of the pirates in Fishman Island, kidnapping fishmen and merfolk to sell them as slaves. However, he has great respect for Whitebeard and his crew as he sees them as a completely different story. Because of what Whitebeard had done for his homeland, Fishman Island, he understands the damage a war between the World Government and Whitebeard would cause. He knows that places like his home, which are protected by simply being part of Whitebeard's territory, would suffer the most should Whitebeard lose the war.[16] Also, despite originally hating pirates, he did not spare a second thought of becoming one in order to aid his brethren Fisher Tiger.

Despite his pride, Jinbe appears to put his priorities and principles over his honor, and is not above retreating from an otherwise unfinished battle (despite being shamed or openly mocked by an opponent) if it was for the sake of the greater good. He also does not seem to hesitate from encouraging others to do likewise for a similar cause, as seen when he pleaded and managed to convince Luffy to prioritize Ace's safety first over avenging his brother's loss against Blackbeard. Jinbe has also displayed great humility regarding his personal strength and status, a trait most unique among the Shichibukai. This was made apparent by his willingness to even lose his status for his refusal to fight against the Whitebeard Pirates.

Also, unlike his former crew mate Arlong, the fact that he is willing to aid a human (Whitebeard) as well as team up with others separates him from the other fishmen. Where as Arlong would never dream of such a thing (even Nami's recruitment into his crew was near slavery), Jinbe proves to be able to treat some humans as equals and also acknowledge when he owes one a debt. While he is a fishman with great emotional control, he is empathetic and understanding of the pains of others, such as being brought to tears when Luffy broke down from losing his brother in front of him after he had awoken from the battle at Marineford. Jinbe is also capable of crying aloud when someone dear to him is lost, such as Ace and Tiger.

His personality in the past dramatically contrasts with the apparently tame temper in the present. In a flashback showing a battle between the Sun Pirates and Marines, Jinbe was shown to exhibit excessive brutality to enemies that even made Arlong ask him to stop. He seems to be a no-nonsense person and appears to be quite passive at times. Though he did not agree with Arlong's thinking that humans always looked down on fishmen, he noticed that they always seemed to be afraid of them. After asking a former human slave named Koala why that is, she said it was because they did not know much about them. Jinbe stated that the unknown was scary and remembered Otohime talking about how fishmen do not know anything about humans.

Jinbe also adamantly believes that true strength should come from hard work and experience, as shown when he reprimanded Gekko Moriah for implanting the shadows of others into himself in order to increase his strength, stating that all he really did was get bigger, and when he referred to the power that Hody Jones received from strength-enhancing pills as "fake power". He can, however, see potential within those who use such cheap methods, as when he told Moriah to grow stronger after defeating him.

Originally, Jinbe was doubtful of Otohime's ideals, thinking that they did not mean anything. He even openly stated that he did not care about her petition. However, after listening to Fisher Tiger's speech about peace, Jinbe grew supportive of Otohime and even admitted about the trouble the Sun Pirates caused her and joined the Shichibukai to support her cause.

Jinbe shares the same perspective as Vivi on responsibilities. When Luffy asked Jinbe to join the Straw Hats, Jinbe refused saying that there are still things that he has to do. Jinbe's decision also resembles to Vivi's when he also asked Luffy to let him join his crew, if they meet again in the future. According to Neptune, Jinbe tends to take on too much responsibility and should learn not to.

Jinbe states that he does not really care who the boss is of his crew despite his leadership skills so long as they can protect the crew, as shown when he allowed the Sun Pirates to work under Big Mom for their protection.

While having a conversation with Ace in Impel Down, Jinbe says he does not lose hope even when a situation says otherwise believing a miracle will happen. This eventually became true when Luffy reached his cell to rescue Ace (although he arrived shortly after Ace was escorted to Marineford). Jinbe states he will not protect a stranger if they do not earn his respect.

As stated by his friend Hack, Jinbe's dream is for there to be friendship between humans and fishmen.[17]

Jinbe is also selfless, having live his entire life helping his fellow fishmen and merfolk in any way he can. This earned him immense respect from other fishmen such as members of the Sun Pirates. Part of the reason why Jinbe refused to spin Big Mom's roulette was due to the fact that the lives of his own crewmates would also be sacrificed in addition to his own.


Sun Pirates

Fisher Tiger

Jinbe was good friends with Fisher Tiger. They grew up together in the Fishman District and Jinbe saw Tiger as family, evidenced by his habit of calling him big brother Tai. When Tiger attacked Mariejois and became an enemy of the World Government, Jinbe resigned from the Neptune Army and joined Tiger's crew to assist him without a second thought. Jinbe respected Tiger and his leadership a great deal. He was always thoughtful and receptive towards Tiger's opinions. He also seemed to care a lot about Tiger's well being and was not above showing brutality to the Marines who threatened his captain's life. It's been shown that Fisher Tiger confided to Jinbe about the "demons" that dwell in his own heart. When Tiger was fatally wounded and refused a blood transfusion due to it belonging to a human, Jinbe begged, to no avail, for Tiger to live, and cried when Tiger died.


While Jinbe and Arlong grew up together in an orphanage in the Fishman District,[5] Jinbe, while a soldier of the Neptune Army, showed hostility towards Arlong when he was harassing the Fishman Island citizens, calling him scum and even trash, indicating that Jinbe frowned upon Arlong's distasteful attitude. Upon Jinbe's entrance into the ranks of Shichibukai, the Sun Pirates disbanded and split into smaller factions. Jinbe felt guilty about releasing Arlong into the East Blue, showing that he objected to Arlong's treatment towards humans. Jinbe states that it was difficult for him to tell Luffy about his connection to Arlong,[18] but after meeting Luffy again after two years, Jinbe musters the strength to reveal that he was the one who allowed the Arlong Pirates to run loose in the East Blue, and was quite shocked to hear that one of Luffy's crewmates suffered personally under Arlong's rule.


Jinbe seemed to form a close friendship with Aladine after becoming captain of the Sun Pirates after Fisher Tiger. Like Jinbe, he also understood Fisher Tiger's will. He is also understanding of Jinbe's reasons for not stopping Arlong. One of the reasons why Jinbe joined the Shichibukai was to allow Aladine, along with other members of the Sun Pirates who choose to, to return to Fishman Island as a government pardon. In return, Jinbe seems to respect Aladine as he would make him his vice captain at some point in their travels.

In the Whole Cake Island Arc, Aladine and the rest of the Sun Pirates support Jinbe's decision to join the Straw Hat Pirates as it is clearly something he wants to do.


Jinbe worried over the well-being of Hatchan, seeing the octopus fishman heavily injured. However, it is apparent that Jinbe and Hatchan had not been in touch with each other since Jinbe was unaware that Hatchan escaped imprisonment before meeting him in the Sea Forest. Like Hatchan, Jinbe also carries the guilt of the devastation the Arlong Pirates caused in the East Blue because he allowed them to reside there.

Friends and Allies

Edward Newgate

Jinbe has a high respect for Whitebeard. Whitebeard claimed Fishman Island as his territory and, in doing so, saved it from the World Government and other pirate attacks. For this, Jinbe has expressed many times that he owes a great deal of gratitude to the Yonko and refused to participate in the war against Whitebeard, even if it meant losing his Shichibukai title and being imprisoned in Impel Down. Over the years, Jinbe's respect has grown to the point where he will readily declare himself as an adversary to anyone or anything with ill intent upon the Yonko's life, which is why he immediately engaged in battle against Ace on their first encounter, since Ace was out to assassinate Whitebeard at that time.

As for Whitebeard himself, the Yonko appears to have developed a sense of tolerance towards Jinbe, despite the fishman's Shichibukai status (Jinbe has even implied that he visits Whitebeard and his crew from time to time).

Portgas D. Ace

Jinbe and Ace were once enemies (since the latter wanted to kill Whitebeard), and nearly killed each other in a fight that lasted five days. Despite this, the two respected each other deeply and Jinbe was determined to help Ace's brother Luffy rescue him. Upon witnessing Ace's death at the hands of Admiral Akainu, Jinbe was fully prepared to give up his life in revenge and to buy even the smallest amount of time. He also mourned over Ace's death and even shed tears when telling Luffy that Ace was dead.

Silvers Rayleigh

Jinbe also seems to have developed a friendship with the Dark King. At first, Jinbe was surprised when he met Rayleigh in Amazon Lily. They cooperated in stealing a marine ship, circling around Marineford, and ringing the Ox Bell. Jinbe may have a good impression of Rayleigh, due to the Dark King's friendship with Hatchan.

Straw Hat Pirates

He was quite impressed by Luffy's recklessness of breaking into Impel Down in an attempt to save just one life (Ace's), a feat that not even Whitebeard had done. This makes him one of the very few pirates outside of Whitebeard's crew whom Jinbe respects. His respect for Luffy grew as they made their way out of Impel Down to save Ace in Marineford. He also seems to feel gratitude and guilt for Luffy's defeat of Arlong. Upon learning that Luffy is the Revolutionary Dragon's son, Jinbe did not show much surprise.[19] During the battle of Marineford, Jinbe was shown to be just as dedicated to Luffy's well-being and safety as he was to Ace's. The reason is shown in a flashback where Ace asks Jinbe to watch over Luffy if he were to die, and Jinbe responds by stating he will only protect those he cares for. He is later seen saving Luffy from Akainu's magma attack, and escaping with him from Marineford thanks to Trafalgar Law. After Luffy woke up from his coma two weeks later on Amazon Lily, Jinbe was looking after him and saved him from his self-pity and self-inflicting injuries by telling him about the people he can still protect. This makes Luffy realize that he has not lost everything and he still has his crew.

As for Luffy himself, Jinbe's respect seems to be reciprocated, since the Straw Hat captain was seen explaining to his crewmates that he only managed to come back alive from the great war two years ago due to the fishman's protection prior to the time-skip. Also, while Jinbe began his talk about how he set Arlong into East Blue, Luffy pretty much stayed quiet and allowed Jinbe to explain himself before jumping to conclusions (although he fell asleep early into the story). Luffy even agreed to Jinbe's plan of making Luffy a hero even though Luffy does not want to be a hero only because he is Jinbe's friend. After the battle in Gyoncorde Plaza, Jinbe offers to donate his blood to Luffy, saying that the law of Fishman Island which forbid fishmen to donate blood to human does not affect him because he is a pirate. A conscious Luffy then asks Jinbe to join his crew. While he turned down the offer, he said that once he completed his unfinished task, he would meet Luffy again and then Luffy could ask him again.

For the longest time, Jinbe felt ashamed of what Arlong had done to Nami's village and that he did not do anything about it. Sanji in particular chastised Jinbe for allowing Arlong to destroy Nami's childhood (with Hatchan agreeing). After telling the history of Fishman Island's discrimination, Jinbe stated that he was willing to accept any punishment, but Nami told him she had no qualms against him or the fishman race as a whole (just Arlong). Jinbe broke into tears, saying he is indebted to her. Nami also refers to him as Jinbe-chan now. She also showed her support of Jinbe joining the Straw Hat Pirates someday since she was smiling when Jinbe said it.

As for the rest of the crew, since meeting them, Jinbe has developed a respect for them for helping him save his kingdom. He fought alongside the Straw Hats against the New Fishman Pirates to prove that humans and Fishmen can work together in peace. Even though Jinbe declined the offer to join the crew due to his affiliation with Big Mom and his own crew, he promised that once his unfinished business was done, he will return to the Straw Hat crew and join them. They in exchange respect Jinbe and wish for him to join.

In the Whole Cake Island Arc, Jinbe would save Luffy and Nami from being tortured by Charlotte Opera and free them from their captivity. When questioned about Big Mom, he stated that he decided to resolve his unfinished business with her by rebelling against her and aiding the Straw Hat Pirates. Jinbe would later request the Straw Hats to form an alliance with the Fire Tank Pirates in order to bring down Big Mom.

Emporio Ivankov

Jinbe and Ivankov were on good terms with each other from the time they met when Jinbe was freed from his cell. They both played key roles in the breakout (along with the other named characters of the breakout team) and throughout the war, they were seen together, aiding and protecting Luffy. After the war and before Ivankov left for Kamabakka Kingdom, Ivankov trusted Luffy to be in Jinbe's care.


Not much is known about his friendship with fellow Fishman Karate practitioner Hack, only that he is a dear friend and he shares the same dream as Jinbe, for there to be friendship between humans and fishmen. The only difference is that Hack wants it "by fists".[17]

Fishman Island

Jinbe is a popular native of Fishman Island and was once a soldier of the Ryugu Kingdom; everyone refers him as "Boss Jinbe" (ジンベエ親分 Jinbē Oyabun?).[5] He is always welcome at Ryugu Palace and comes and goes as he pleases, and even royalty like Fukaboshi and Shirahoshi know him well, and the former was willing to give his message to Luffy.[20] However, after abdicating his Shichibukai position, Jinbe could no longer stay on Fishman Island.[21] Even so, he is still respected by the citizens.


During his time with the Sun Pirates they escorted a former human slave named Koala to her home. When he questioned her about why humankind is afraid of fishman she responds it was because they did not know much about them. The impact the young girl left upon Jinbe was the start of his belief in peace between fishmen and humans. He was seen playing and taking care of her, and was happy for Koala when she reached her home town at Foolshout Island. It is unknown if he is aware that Koala is a member of the Revolutionary Army along with Hack.

Trafalgar D. Water Law

Trafalgar D. Water Law rescued Jinbe and Luffy from the Battle of Marineford while also healing their injuries. Jinbe thanks The Surgeon of Death for his assistance but Law responds his wounds will reopen if he continues to move. After the timeskip he is surprised to read in a newspaper that Law has formed an alliance with the Straw Hat Pirates.


Boa Hancock

According to Hannyabal, despite the title of Shichibukai bestowed upon them, Jinbe had never personally met Boa Hancock prior to her visiting him and Ace at Impel Down.[22] He was rather displeased with her at first, thinking she came to mock Ace, and that he distrusted her when she told them that Luffy was in the prison to save Ace.[23] It is unknown what he thinks of her after realizing that she told the truth and, when in the heat of battle, she attacked Commodore Smoker to protect Luffy and openly stated that Luffy is her beloved. It seems that their relationship now is bordering neutral to friendly, as she allowed him to set foot on Amazon Lily as an exception, where no men, aside from Luffy and Silvers Rayleigh, were allowed before.


World Government

Jinbe was an enemy of the Marines and the World Government when he was with the Sun Pirates until he was accepted into the Shichibukai. As a Shichibukai Jinbe and his entire crew were given a pardon for their captain, Fisher Tiger's attack against the World Nobles, and their status as slaves nullified. Jinbe forfeited his position as a Shichibukai for his refusal to assist in the war against the Whitebeard Pirates and was incarcerated in Level 6 of Impel Down. He escaped from Impel Down and waged war against Marineford in order to prevent Ace's death, which ended in failure.

But by siding with Luffy and the Whitebeard Pirates instead of with the Marines during the Battle of Marineford, Jinbe once again became a willing enemy of both the Marines and the World Government. Sengoku was greatly distressed by Jinbe's choice and some Marines such as Akainu and Brandnew refer to Jinbe as a traitor. The Gorousei comments that Jinbe's renouncement of his Shichibukai title was regretful. After the war he returned to Marineford and helped Luffy to ring the Ox Bell.

Fleet Admiral Sakazuki perceives Jinbe as a traitor after his resignation from the Shichibukai and allying himself with Luffy. Although he was more interested in taking Luffy's life, he showed absolutely no mercy to Jinbe on the battlefield and attempted to kill him numerous times while Jinbe was protecting Luffy. Nonetheless, Jinbe is perfectly aware of how dangerous Akainu is, and wasted no time in warning the Straw Hats about how ruthless the Marines have become under his command.


He also seems to be familiar with the most recent Shichibukai to relinquish the position, Blackbeard, presumably from back in the days when Blackbeard, as Marshall D. Teach, was still a member of the Whitebeard Pirates under 2nd Division Commander Portgas D. Ace.[24] Currently, Jinbe is furious with Blackbeard for Ace's incarceration and execution, but he is prudent about his disposition and abilities.[25] He briefly warned Luffy of Teach's history when he was still part of Whitebeard's crew, saying he was an individual who must not be antagonized recklessly.[24] After the battle for Fishman Island he informs the Straw Hat Pirates of Teach's usurpation of Whitebeard's Yonko status and the Blackbeard Pirates search for people with strong Devil Fruit abilities in order to absorb them citing they would be invaluable targets.

Gekko Moriah

He also appears to be familiar enough with Gekko Moriah to be aware of his zombies' weakness to salt water, and used it to his advantage during their battle.[19] The two engage in fight at Marine Headquarters, with Moriah claiming that he will steal Jinbe's shadow; however, the fishman lands a powerful hit on him before he can do so.[26]

Hody Jones

Hody also considers that Jinbe and the faction of the Sun Pirates that follow him are an annoyance. Even though Jinbe had no idea that Hody was the one who actually killed Otohime (until Hody revealed it),[27] he seems to be the only one outside the Fishman District to be aware of Hody's dark nature since he had been keeping tabs on Hody while he was plotting something in the Fishman District. During the confrontation at Gyoncorde Plaza, Hody states that he hates Jinbe the most for not being an enemy of humans especially after the death of Fisher Tiger. By assisting the very humans who defeated Arlong, the Straw Hat Pirates, Hody considers Jinbe to be lower than Neptune.[28]


When Caribou woke up, he attempted again to kidnap mermaids but was captured by Jinbe. Jinbe takes him in a coated boat up to the surface and eventually turns him over to G-5 Marine Commodore Yarisugi.

Vander Decken IX

No direct interaction is seen between the two but Jinbe is aware of Decken's obsession with Shirahoshi and his ingestion of a Devil Fruit. He assists Luffy by giving him Bubble Coral to engage him on Noah and defeats his underling Wadatsumi.

Charlotte Linlin

After Whitebeard's death, the remnants of the Sun Pirates, including Jinbe, would come to work under Big Mom, although she primarily let them do as they pleased. However, Jinbe is not loyal to her as he is thinking of cutting ties with Big Mom due to Luffy's invitation to join the Straw Hat Pirates, but he worries that her anger will spill to Fishman Island. As his crew and the townsfolk of Whole Cake Island suspected, Linlin did not take his request to depart her crew very well. Though she'll "allow" him to quit, she demands a heavy physical sacrifice in return. Sometime afterwards, a newspaper explained that Jinbe took back his request to leave her crew. However, Jinbe ultimately betrayed the Yonko by defeating Charlotte Opera as well as assisting Luffy and Nami in escaping their captivity and caused a rebellion against the Big Mom Pirates. Later on, Jinbe convinced the Straw to form an alliance with the Fire Tank Pirates in order to overthrow Big Mom at the tea party.



Among his fellow Shichibukai, Jinbe seems to have some sort of history with his former peer Crocodile and is noticeably upset upon realizing Crocodile is incarcerated in the cell adjacent his own. Upon their release, Jinbe told Crocodile to leave Whitebeard alone. Crocodile's only response was asking him if he wanted to fight. However in the late stages of the Battle of Marineford, Crocodile helps Jinbe and Luffy to escape from Akainu.


Because Wadatsumi and his crew aided Hody Jones in his attempts to take over Fishman Island, Jinbe considered him an enemy and fought against him with the Straw Hats, where he teamed up with Sanji to take him down. During Solo Journey of Jinbe, Knight of the Sea, Jinbe encountered Wadatsumi again where he learns of the latter posing as a sea god while taking offerings and throwing homes from the bottom of the sea to a nearby port town which unknowingly led to the sea monsters attacking the port town. Jinbe scolded Wadatsumi for his actions and watched as he and the sea monsters apologized to the people for the misunderstanding. With all hostilities put aside, Jinbe and Wadatsumi celebrated with the residents of the port town and the sea monsters. The next day, Wadatsumi asked Jinbe if he can accompany him on his journey, an offer which was accepted as the two were seen leaving the town together.

When Jinbe announced his intentions to join Straw Hat Pirates, he apologized to Wadatsumi for dragging him all the way for nothing but the latter states it was alright.

Capone Bege

Capone Bege seems to have some respect the former Shichibukai. Jinbe, who is well familiar with his past, believed that it is beneficial for Luffy to ally with him in order to take down Big Mom.

Abilities and Powers

It is stated that Jinbe was able to battle Portgas D. Ace on equal terms, despite Ace possessing Logia powers. They both nearly killed each other in a five-day long fight just before Ace was taken in by Whitebeard, and in Impel Down, he and Ace shared a cell on Level 6.[29] He was able to easily punch Gekko Moriah (a fellow Shichibukai) a few meters away, almost knocking him out.

Jinbe also has a knack for discerning military strategies after witnessing any subtle change in enemy formations, as seen when he quickly guessed that Magellan dispatched the order to the battleships outside Impel Down to flee during the mass breakout, and during the battle in Marineford where he surmises that the Marines were plotting something after Ivankov informs him that the enemy is retreating further into the plaza. He also has some penchant for strategy as he divulges a way to smuggle Luffy and his crew into Gyoncorde Plaza while deceiving Hody into believing he and Princess Shirahoshi were captured.

As a fishman who is so familiar with the sea, he is a capable helmsman, shown when he steered a stolen Marine battleship. The anime depicts his skill at this even greater, where despite steering a massive and unfamiliar ship, he was easily able to dodge cannon fire from over a dozen battleships, with the ship receiving hardly any damage.

Also, Jinbe is aware of the existence of Haki, as he commented on Luffy's Haoshoku Haki he unleashed on the New Fishman Pirates.

Though strong, he admitted that he is of no use in land battles, implying he is much stronger at sea. Jinbe stands up to this claim when he lifted one of Impel Down's massive entrance doors with little effort and used it as a raft to provide passage over the sea for Crocodile, Mr. 1, and Buggy (all Devil Fruit users), with himself acting as the raft's propeller underneath. He not only managed to pursue the fleeing battleships, but even outmaneuvered the incoming cannonballs fired at them by the Marines with relative ease, all the while bypassing the Sea Kings that infested the surrounding waters of the Calm Belt.

From his demonstration of underwater activity, it is obvious that he does not have the powers of a Devil Fruit, even at one point cursing the weakness of Devil Fruit users as he saved them from drowning. His power over sea water may very well make Jinbe a natural enemy of all Devil Fruit users, as seen in his fight against Gekko Moriah in Marineford, where the fishman rendered Moriah's ability to summon his zombies useless by splashing them with sea water, thus purifying them with the salt from the seawater.

His power and influence are so great, departing from even a Yonko's organization would severely diminish their crew's strength.

Physical Abilities

Being a fishman, Jinbe possesses immense strength. He is the most powerful fishman seen thus far, shown when he threw away a giant fishman with just one kick. He also appears to be extremely swift, even on dry land, despite his large size. He could intercept an enraged Luffy (in Gear Second mode) and prevent him from further assaulting Blackbeard, and later Akainu, when the latter was about to deal a second life-crippling blow upon the already-injured Ace (who was being held by Luffy) in the latter's last moments. In the anime, when struck by Arlong in the face, he wasn't fazed and easily defeated Arlong not long after fighting. While rescuing Brook from Big Mom, Jinbe was able to swiftly grab Nami and Brook and escape from Prometheus's explosion in an instant.

Jinbe has a huge tolerance for pain: not only was he one of the few people to be able to take a "baptizing" in boiling water in Impel Down without flinching (which is considered an impressive feat),[29] he could also stop a direct magma punch from Akainu with his bare hand, unperturbed despite being badly burned, and took a direct hit from Akainu, which pierced his body completely, and his only reaction was to apologize to Luffy for allowing him further pain. Oddly enough, he exclaimed in pain when bitten by Luffy, though this is most likely due to the fact that he was prepared for Akainu's attack, but was caught off guard from Luffy's bite, and that it was more out of irritation than actual damage.

Fishman Karate

Further information: Fishman Karate
Karakusagawara Seiken

Jinbe using Karakusagawara Seiken.

Jinbe is a master of Fishman Karate, which he can use to knock away many opponents at once. He is skilled enough that he became a black belt while he was still a child. His skill is such that his strikes do not even need to make physical contact with an enemy as the water particles in the air will blow them away after a few seconds of time from the attack's initiation. Another example of his strength and Fishman Karate level is that he defeated Minorhinoceros, one of the four Jailer Beasts, with a single uppercut.

He also displays the ability to manipulate water as if it were a tangible cloth through Fishman Karate, even using it to attack from a distance. He can cause devastating damage with this kind of technique, to both people and ships. Jinbe later reveals that Fishman Karate allows him to control all the water within his vicinity including the water in a person's body. Jinbe demonstrated this ability by splashing seawater on Moriah's zombies even though he was standing on a battlefield covered in solid ice. And with this ability, he is able to harm Luffy despite him being rubber. He is also able to secrete water from his body like Hody after overdosing on Energy Steroids.

Thanks to his mastery of Fishman Karate, Jinbe can perform blocking moves which are able to stop attacks as powerful as the thrusts from a shadow-strengthened Gekko Moriah, a member of the Shichibukai. He was even able to stop Wadatsumi's punch, who is a giant fishman and had also taken an energy steroid, with a single kick and even broke one of his fingers. It should be noted that a few moments before, Wadatsumi had brutally defeated Surume, a massive Kraken well-known for its abilities. Moments before this he was able to deflect a super powered Hody Jones's water shot with relative ease, with Jinbe even commenting that Hody's own mastery of the fighting style pales in comparison to his. Also Jinbe is capable of using Fishman Karate’s hidden technique Buraikan. With this attack Jinbe blasts the opponent’s body with water. After Jinbe used this powerful attack, he sent Wadatsumi flying into the air.

Interactions with Marine Life

Whale Sharks

Jinbe summons a school of whale sharks to help escape Impel Down.

Among fishmen, Jinbe has shown the unique ability to communicate with fish, even over long distances. The ability to speak with fish is usually unique to merfolks, so Jinbe's ability to do so is considered noteworthy by Crocodile.[18]

He summoned a large school of whale sharks to the Calm Belt (which was usually too dangerous, with the Sea Kings infesting it) to assist him in a mass-breakout of Impel Down. He can give the whale sharks precise orders, so they understand and obey him.[30]

Due to the Calm Belt being dangerously inhabited by Sea Kings, Jinbe would summon his whale-shark comrades to help him to pass through it, as he did when leaving Amazon Lily.[31] This indicates that the whale sharks are capable of outmaneuvering the Sea Kings, something that the former Shichibukai admits is troublesome for himself.


Jinbe is shown to be very proficient on diplomacy, mainly it's because he kept Queen Otohime's legacy about living together with humans with no discrimination. King Neptune often apologized to him many times due to the errands that only Jinbe can handle especially on the relationships with non-fihsman people like Big Mom and he also served as a Shichibukai to increase the status of the fishmen and to form to form better relationship with the humans before his resignation right before the Marineford War. He was even able to quickly convince Monkey D. Luffy, Capone Bege, and Caesar Clown to put aside their hostility with each other and form an alliance due their mutual hatred towards Big Mom.


He was seen with a silver trident when he was a soldier in the Neptune Army. However, he was never shown using it. Other than that it was shown that he had a tanto under his belt when he was fighting Ace, but he did not use it.[13]



Fisher Tiger's Time

Jinbe grew up in the orphanage that became the Fishman District, alongside Arlong, Macro, and Fisher Tiger. He trained at the Fishman Karate Dojo at an early age and earned a black belt in Fishman Karate while still in his childhood. Around fifteen years before the current storyline, Jinbe was a soldier of the Neptune Army. While Otohime was preaching to her people, Jinbe commented that her preaching was going nowhere. He was then seen frowning at Arlong's ill-mannered behavior towards the Fishman Island citizens. When Arlong was harassing a new recruit of the Neptune Army, Jinbe scornfully commanded Arlong to let him go, to which Arlong snidely complied.[6] Jinbe and Arlong then each gave Fisher Tiger equally warm greetings after he returned to the island from an adventure. After Fisher Tiger attacked Mariejois and became an enemy of the World Government, Jinbe resigned from the military and joined the Sun Pirates.[5]

Sun Pirates

Jinbe as a member of the Sun Pirates.

During a battle with the Marines, Jinbe displayed his brutality by beating unconscious Marines. Jinbe scorned them for overlooking slavery and calling freeing slaves a crime. During their time roaming the Grand Line, the Sun Pirates battled numerous Marines including those led by Rear Admiral Kadar. After the battle, Tiger had a discussion with Jinbe and Arlong telling them not to kill humans; to do otherwise would mean stooping to their level. Tiger went on to say that their ultimate goal was freeing the oppressed and not becoming cold-blooded murderers. This did not sit well with Arlong and he suggested to Tiger that they should instill fear in humans by using ruthlessness and extreme brutality. Jinbe smacked Arlong in the head to silence him. Later, Tiger spoke to Jinbe alone and relayed his concerns that Otohime may view himself and Arlong as equally ruthless, and alluded to the demons of the past that lurked within his heart.

A few years later, the Sun Pirates visited an island where a former slave of Mariejois named Koala resided. The inhabitants there had no way of returning the girl to her homeland so they asked the Sun Pirates to take her. After taking the girl, Jinbe showed his sympathy upon seeing how traumatized she was.

Jinbe tried to understand why the girl was so afraid of them, which she explained was simply a matter of knowing nothing about them. As the Sun Pirates' voyage continued, she warmed up to him and the other pirates, and most of them to her. However, when they reached her hometown, the Sun Pirates were ambushed by marines led by Rear Admiral Strawberry and tipped off by the villagers, causing Jinbe and the other fish- and mermen to abandon ship and steal a marine vessel. Unfortunately for Fisher Tiger, he was badly wounded during the battle. After escaping the marines, Jinbe along with the rest of the Sun Pirates surrounded Fisher Tiger's bed as he confessed about his past as a slave and how, though he tried, he could not stop hating humans and so could not accept their blood in his body. Jinbe begged for Fisher Tiger to live, but he eventually passed away with Jinbe and the other crew members crying in misery.

After Tiger's Death

After Tiger's death and Arlong's capture, Jinbe took over Fisher Tiger's legacy and became the new captain of the crew. While reading a newspaper explaining Tiger's death, Jinbe noticed that Arlong had lied about how he died. The Sun Pirates battled more enemies, but Jinbe continued living by Tiger's will of not killing anyone. Eventually, his bounty raised to Beli250,000,000. Then one day, a government messenger bat sent Jinbe an invitation to join the Shichibukai. Chew suggested that the Sun Pirates should take an opportunity to make an infamous name for themselves, but Jinbe told the crew that he was thinking about accepting the government's offer. He then spoke with King Neptune,[7] telling him about his plan to strengthen the bond between species.[32]

Jinbe Punches Arlong

Jinbe striking Arlong for his arrogance before their separation.

With Jinbe's acceptance into the Shichibukai, Arlong was released. Arlong showed his resentment towards Jinbe and told him that he was going back to being captain of the Arlong Pirates. Arlong told Jinbe to kill him if he wanted to stop him or Arlong would do as he pleased. Arlong's arrogance lead both him and Jinbe into a fight, leaving Arlong severely beaten and carried off afterward. With that settled, Jinbe and Arlong went on their separate ways. Jinbe was then seen on his ship, expressing disappointment that Arlong could not understand Fisher Tiger's will. Aladdin assured Jinbe that if Arlong went too far, they would have to stop him themselves.[7]

Some time later, an uproar occurred on Fishman Island when a World Noble arrived to the island. Jinbe and his faction of the Sun Pirates were present on the island. The former fishman slaves attempted to kill the noble, but Otohime stopped them and then preached to the people about not passing their hatred to their children. After hearing her words, Jinbe recalls Fisher Tiger's last words mirroring the same ideal. When the queen was threatened by the noble she was protecting, Jinbe then witnessed Shirahoshi's ability to call Sea Kings. Jinbe and everyone else present were stunned by this revelation. After Otohime accompanied the noble to the surface, the people of the island anxiously waited for her. Jinbe told the children worried for her that all they could do was believe in the queen.[33]

The queen returned safe and sound and, with the letter of a World Noble's support in hand, she finally touched the Fishman Island citizens and gained their support and their signatures. Her success, however, was short lived. One day in the Gyoncorde Plaza, the box containing all of the signatures suddenly caught fire, and in the ensuing confusion, Otohime was shot.[34] Jinbe then ordered the soldiers to protect the royal family. After Otohime died, Hody Jones claimed that he captured the culprit: a human pirate. Jinbe told Hody to keep it quiet for the sake of the queen's ideals, but Hody refused to comply.[15]

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Jinbe later attended Otohime's funeral, tearful, alongside Aladdin and watched Fukaboshi's speech through a visual broadcast.[15]

About two years before the start of the series, when Portgas D. Ace attempted to challenge Whitebeard, the pirate who protected Fishman Island, Jinbe stood prepared to fight Ace, due to the fishman seeing Whitebeard as a hero. The two pirates fought non-stop for five days, nearly killing each other, until they finally collapsed from exhaustion.[13] After Ace joined the Whitebeard Pirates, he and Jinbe developed a more amicable relationship.

Summit War Saga

Impel Down Arc

Jinbe in Impel Down

Jinbe imprisoned in Impel Down.

Sometime after Ace's capture, Jinbe was also imprisoned in Impel Down, due to being the only member of the Shichibukai who refused the summons of the World Government to stand against the Whitebeard Pirates. He had decided to defy the Marines and was prepared to lose his status as a Shichibukai in the process.[35]

He was held in the same cell as Portgas D. Ace.[29] There, he stated that he would gladly give his life to end the fighting.[1]

He was later seen talking with Ace about how Whitebeard saved Fishman Island and the reasons he's prepared to die to stop the fighting. Ace would then pass the time prior to his death sentence by sharing tales of his younger brother, Monkey D. Luffy, with the fishman.

Knowing that Ace's captivity, as well as his impending execution were being used to incur Whitebeard's wrath, Jinbe further stated that he wanted to break his cellmate out of the Great Gaol. He also stated that he would stop the war from occurring, telling Ace that he still trusted in miracles and luck. However, this brought out a reaction from Crocodile, who explained to Jinbe and Ace that there are many pirates who have a grudge against Whitebeard.

Ace also personally asked Jinbe to take care of Luffy for him once he's gone. Jinbe declined, saying that even though it was Ace who asked, he has no obligation to look after someone he considers a complete stranger in the pirate-infested world they are in.

Jinbe and Ace were visited by another Shichibukai, Boa Hancock, who wanted to see Ace. Hancock claimed that she simply wanted to see the prisoner triggering the war against Whitebeard which she would be joining. Jinbe, apparently under the impression that the female Shichibukai was only there to gloat at his and Ace's imprisonment, remarked that even the "idle empress" would go to war to save her Shichibukai position, seeing this as a low point for Hancock. Hancock told Jinbe she meant no harm to them and cryptically revealed to Ace that his brother was trying to rescue him before leaving.

When Ace told Jinbe this, he described Luffy's behavior as "reckless".[22] Jinbe also pointed out that although he did not personally know Hancock, there was a possibility that she was lying. However, Ace countered that Hancock would not go out of her way to lie to him, and knowing Luffy, his breaking into Impel Down after hearing Ace's incarceration down there was exactly the sort of crazy thing Luffy would do.

About six hours before Ace's execution, when Magellan came to Level 6 to escort Ace to his transfer to Marineford, Jinbe could do nothing but sit in his cell and watch.

When Luffy, Emporio Ivankov, and Inazuma reached Level 6, Jinbe immediately recognized Luffy as Ace's brother due to the straw hat Luffy wears, and wasted no time yelling to the Straw Hat that the prison staff extracted Ace from his cell only moments ago and that there was still a chance to catch up to him. After Ivankov convinced Luffy into releasing Crocodile from his cell when the former Shichibukai offered assistance in providing a means to escape, Jinbe pleaded to be released as well, as he too wanted to save Ace.

Luffy, realizing Jinbe's honesty, agreed to free him, earning him the fishman's gratitude. Upon his release, Jinbe immediately glared menacingly at Crocodile (who was also simultaneously released by Inazuma) and made it clear that he would not allow him to kill Whitebeard. Crocodile, unfazed, asked Jinbe if he wanted to fight to the death.

Afterward, he and the others went up through Level 5 to Level 4, where Jinbe re-evaluated the designated time for Ace's execution, set to occur at 3 o'clock sharp. He also concluded that if Whitebeard and his crew made preparations beforehand, with Ace being escorted out in the open sea, the battle between the World Government and the Whitebeard Pirates could break out any time. After Crocodile reduced the gateway between Levels 5 and 4 to dust, Jinbe demonstrated his Fishman Karate by punching the jailers and launching a shock wave that wiped out the line of enemies descending upon him and his comrades.[36]

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When the three remaining Jailer Beasts, led by Sadi, suddenly appeared, Jinbe urged Luffy to move further ahead and let him and the others worry about the three beasts. He lamented on the fact that he is not as powerful on dry land as he is out in the open sea. Despite this claim, Jinbe further showed his strength by taking out one of the Jailer Beasts (the Minorhinoceros) with one powerful blow along side Crocodile and Luffy, both of whom defeated the other two. Jinbe continued in aiding the rebelling inmates as they rioted further up to Level 4, where they were momentarily halted at the entrance to Level 3 by Hannyabal (backed by a large platoon of bazooka-wielding jailers stationed at the other side of the entrance), whom Luffy made short work of.

But it was the unexpected arrival of Marshall D. Teach that truly finished the Vice-Warden off. Jinbe recognized the interloper as the one responsible for Ace's capture and was immediately angered, and asked what Teach was doing in Impel Down, immediately followed by asking if Teach ought to be called Blackbeard now. Blackbeard only replied that the fishman should not get worked up too soon, apparently aware that he and Ace were friends, and that he (Blackbeard) was only partly responsible for Ace's current predicament. As Luffy then started to attack Blackbeard, giving him significant injury, Jinbe stopped Luffy from wasting his time fighting Blackbeard, telling him to consider the rescue of Ace as top priority.

The breakout army eventually reached Level 1, and they united their forces with Buggy and Mr. 3's rioting squad. Jinbe then noticed that Magellan ordered the guards to do something with the ships outside of the fortress, and Jinbe informed them that they needed to hurry out of the prison. Jinbe then lead the assault on the retreating warships as Luffy stayed to fight Magellan.

Impel Down Makeshift Raft

Jinbe carries Buggy, Crocodile, and Daz Bones on a makeshift raft.

Jinbe, along with Crocodile, Buggy, and Mr. 1 went to steal one of the battleships that was sailing off, with Jinbe carrying the rest of them on a makeshift raft. Jinbe then fiercely attacked the battleships, destroying half of one with a Spear Wave without much effort before being scolded by Crocodile. When the battleships near the one attacked by Crocodile, Buggy, and Mr. 1 tried to sink them with the whole ship, Jinbe protected them by watering the cannons and making them useless. Later, he helped Luffy, Mr. 3, Inazuma, and Ivankov escape from Magellan, calling a school of giant whale sharks as backup.[30]

As the survivors were transferred onto the ship, Jinbe began to steer the ship towards the Gates of Justice. From an earlier conversation, Mr. 2 Bon Kurei revealed that he intended to stay behind, so he could disguise himself as Magellan and sneak back into the prison to open the Gates for everyone else. Mr. 2 requested that Jinbe not tell Luffy until they passed through the Gates, so the Baby Den Den Mushi's signal would be cut off, preventing any tearful goodbyes.

However, when confronted by Luffy, Jinbe told of what happened before they passed the Gates, and protested Luffy's desire to go back to rescue Mr. 2, in that returning would only throw away what Mr. 2 sacrificed for. However, Jinbe gave Luffy a Baby Den Den Mushi to have one final talk with Mr. 2 before the signal would be severed.[37]

Marineford Arc

Jinbe felt a certain amount of gratitude and guilt toward Luffy for being the one who had to defeat Arlong. However, he decided to temporarily set the matter aside and talk about it later in order to focus on their goal of saving Ace.[18]

Impel Down Alliance Arrives

The escapees finally arrive in Marineford.

After the successful escape through the Gates of Justice, Jinbe finally introduced himself to Luffy, revealing he was a Shichibukai (to Luffy's surprise), or most likely a former one since he escaped Impel Down with the intent to save Ace. As the crew came into sight of the Gates of Justice, Jinbe told Luffy that, if it had not been for the wind not blowing against them, they would've arrived sooner and then asked the latter how were they going to open the gates.[38] Later, when Whitebeard's fleet finally arrived, the Gates of Justice opened for them.

After landing at Marineford, Jinbe retrieved all the Devil Fruit users who fell into the water and then shouted to Fleet Admiral Sengoku that he resigned from the Shichibukai.[4]

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When Moriah created an army of zombies, Jinbe splashed them all with saltwater, causing the shadows to leave the reanimated bodies.[19] Sengoku's revelation that Dragon is Luffy's father seemed to have spurred Jinbe into making some kind of connection.[19] He then battled against Moriah, who was after his shadow. Despite being augmented with shadows, Moriah was sent reeling after one of Jinbe's punches.[26] Despite Moriah only mildly hurt, he broke off from attacking further, leaving Moriah infuriated.[39]

Upon seeing Squard stabbing Whitebeard due to Sengoku's plan, Jinbe expressed shock at what just happened.[40] When the Marines raised the siege wall to trap all the pirates and to burn them to death with Akainu's Meteor Volcano, Jinbe launched Luffy over the wall with one of his water streams, per Luffy's request.

Later, he was seen together with Ivankov on top of the siege wall. He was then seen asking a pirate doctor to attend to Luffy's injuries before declaring that he would die in the war at Marineford. However, thanks to Ivankov, Luffy did not require any help. When Whitebeard was badly injured and as high ranked marine officers attacked him, Jinbe was among the pirates who formed a formation behind Whitebeard in order to protect him.


He then watched Luffy made his way to the execution platform and was very glad that Luffy freed Ace. Jinbe then accompanied Ace and Luffy as they made their escape. After Akainu dealt the fatal blow to Ace, he looked on in horror, but then defended Ace from a second attack, declaring that he did not value his life and that if he could do even a little to help Ace, it would be worth it. Unfortunately, it was already too late for Ace, and Jinbe was among the many who mourn Ace's loss. Marco then told Jinbe to grab Luffy and run and Jinbe complied.[41]

Akainu Wounds Jinbe and Luffy

Akainu wounds Jinbe and Luffy.

Jinbe continued to run with Luffy, not looking back as Whitebeard spoke his last words.[42] After Whitebeard's death, Akainu appeared in front of Jinbe and once again told him to give Luffy to him. Jinbe replied that he would rather die than give up on Luffy, thinking back to Ace's request to look after Luffy. As Akainu prepared himself to attack, Ivankov appeared and attacked Akainu with a Hell Wink.[43] However, the attack did not stop Akainu. Jinbe hoped to jump into the sea to gain the upper hand but found the water below to be frozen. Akainu managed to strike Jinbe and harmed Luffy at the same time. Jinbe apologized to Luffy for letting him get injured.[44]

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When Akainu was about to finish off Jinbe and Luffy, Crocodile came and repelled the admiral and then summoned a sandstorm to launch Jinbe and Luffy into the air to get them out of the admiral's reach. Jinbe, while carrying Luffy, was then caught (unintentionally) by Buggy, who was floating high in the air also trying to escape (made possible by the once-again frozen sea, allowing him a decent foothold). After barely maneuvering out of the way of Akainu's colossal magma fist, Buggy then carried Jinbe (who lapsed into unconsciousness) and Luffy to the just emerged ship of the Heart Pirates.[44]

Buggy threw Jinbe and Luffy onto Law's Submarine and they were then both safely carried in by Law's crew. The submarine soon submerged and successfully escaped, taking them far from the battlefield. Jinbe was later seen lying next to Luffy in Law's sick bay, with Law standing over next to them and instructing his crew to ready the ex-Shichibukai and Supernova's treatment.[45]

Post-War Arc

Jinbe After Surgery

Jinbe after Law's surgery on him.

Jinbe later woke up and thanked Law for saving him before meeting Ivankov again. Despite Law telling Jinbe to rest, Jinbe found it impossible as losing Ace and Whitebeard was too much for his heart to bear. The First Son of the Sea also commented that he was worried about Luffy, fearing the moment he wakes up and realizes his brother is dead. Ivankov and his followers soon depart and entrusted Jinbe with Luffy.[46]

Two weeks after the war at Marineford, Luffy woke up and went on a rampage in Amazon Lily. Jinbe asked Law what would happen if Luffy continued, to which Law replied he would most likely die. Jinbe caught up to Luffy and tried to inform him of Ace's death, but found out that Luffy already realized that. He later teared up after seeing Luffy crying in grief. Luffy demanded to be left alone, but Jinbe stated he cannot leave Luffy to injure himself further. Luffy asserted that he could do what he will with his own body, and Jinbe countered that Ace was also free to live or die as he wished. Luffy then tried attacking Jinbe, who quickly dodged his attack and slammed him into the ground. Luffy continued by biting on his arm, at which Jinbe became very irritated and pinned him against a rock. He told Luffy that he must endure and move past his pain, asserting that he has not yet lost everything. Luffy spoke of his crew and how he wanted to see them, at which Jinbe was relieved that Luffy has found something to hold onto.

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He later carried Luffy back to the shore, where they met with Silvers Rayleigh, whose very presence Jinbe was scarcely able to believe. Hancock, her sisters, and Lady Nyon soon arrived after that, bearing food that enticed Jinbe. Hancock told him off, as she prepared the food solely to help Luffy's recovery, but reluctantly allowed Jinbe to have some, and so the fishman digged in and encouraged Luffy to partake as well.[47]

Later, he returned to Marineford with Luffy and Rayleigh. He took part in stealing a marine ship, circling around Marineford, and ringing the Ox Bell. He was later seen on the Kuja ship, getting irritated by the Kujas pulling on his face. Soon after, he and Luffy parted ways with Jinbe promising to wait for Luffy and his crew on Fishman Island.

Fishman Island Saga

Fishman Island Arc

Jinbe at Otohime's Tomb

Jinbe sitting by Queen Otohime's tomb.

Unfortunately, Jinbe had to leave Fishman Island with his fellow Sun Pirates shortly after the war ended and could not meet Luffy at Fishman Island as he originally planned to do. Apparently, the Sun Pirates could only stay on the island as long as Jinbe was a Shichibukai. After Jinbe abdicated his position, he and his crew were reinstated as criminals and so could not stay. Keimi relayed this information to Luffy, saying that it was much more complicated than the way she was explaining it.[21] Some time before he left, he gave Prince Fukaboshi a message to relate to Luffy, warning him not to fight Hody Jones and that he would be waiting in the Sea Forest.[20] As he was waiting, he sat in front of the grave of Queen Otohime. Jinbe commented that even after her death, no one has forgotten her ideals.[48]

Later, Luffy, Shirahoshi, Megalo, Chopper, Hatchan, and Sanji arrived at the Sea Forest. Jinbe was overjoyed to see Luffy again and deeply surprised that Shirahoshi was out of Hard-Shell Tower, and was also surprised to see Hatchan, who was supposed to have been captured with the other Arlong Pirates. Jinbe then asked Luffy to explain why he brought Shirahoshi out of her tower. After Luffy reassured Jinbe about Shirahoshi's safety by intercepting an axe, Jinbe commented on how carefree Luffy was.

While Shirahoshi was paying her respects to her deceased mother in front of her grave, Luffy inquired about the grave. Jinbe informed Luffy that the grave belonged her mother. Nami and Keimi soon arrived bearing terrible news about Hody Jones' rampage in the Ryugu Palace. Jinbe decided to explain the situation as quickly as he can and revealed to the group that he was responsible for allowing Arlong to venture into the East Blue.

Nami and Jinbe discuss Arlong

Jinbe and Nami discuss Arlong.

Before Jinbe began his explanation, he told a distressed Shirahoshi not to worry about her father, saying that he would be saved from the clutches of the New Fishman Pirates. After Nami asked Jinbe about him setting Arlong loose, Sanji stated that he heard about Jinbe from Yosaku and he thought that Jinbe was as bad as Arlong and was surprised that he allied with Luffy. Sanji then informed the ex-Shichibukai about Nami's suffering at the hands of Arlong and warned him that what he said next would determine whether or not he should be forgiven. Jinbe started off by explaining the dark past of the fishmen and merfolk, as well as the respective ideals of Queen Otohime and Fisher Tiger.

After finishing his story, Jinbe stated that he would take any punishment Nami desired. Nami relieved Jinbe of the blame since Arlong was the guilty one. Jinbe expressed his tearful gratitude. He then reviewed the current situation on Fishman Island. Jinbe said that he knew Hody was scheming something after he left the Neptune Army, but Hody managed to keep Jinbe from getting any word of it. Hatchan started revealing Hody's plan but was interrupted when a visual Den Den Mushi appeared and broadcasted Hody's speech to Fishman Island.

When Hody showed the chained-up Neptune, Nami remarked on how the other Straw Hats, mainly Roronoa Zoro, caused him to be captured. Jinbe was shocked and exasperated at the news, but Keimi explained that it was a big misunderstanding and that the Straw Hats were attacked first. Hody went on in detail of his plan to recreate the Ryugu Kingdom as well as execute Neptune and the imprisoned Zoro, Usopp, and Brook. Shirahoshi attempted to go with Megalo to rescue her father, but Jinbe stopped her. Luffy resolved to fight Hody, but Jinbe told him not to, saying that a human fighting Hody would only increase the fishmen's hatred towards humans. Luffy said that he needed to rescue his friends trapped at the palace and that if Jinbe wanted to stop him, he would have to fight him. Jinbe regrettably agreed and prepared himself.

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Luffy, Sanji, and Jinbe all get struck.

Luffy remained insistent on going to Ryugu Palace. He tried to hop on Megalo, but Jinbe stopped him using Fishmen Karate. Luffy counterattacked using Jet Stamp and Jinbe blocked him. They then charged at each other but suddenly a clone of Robin appeared in between them, shocking Jinbe at her unexpected appearance and yelled at her to move out of the way. Before Luffy and Jinbe collided, "Robin" vanished and the two hit each other. After the real Robin appeared and said that friends shouldn't fight, Jinbe once again tried to reason with Luffy, but the Straw Hat captain remained stubborn. Jinbe eventually came up with a plan that would make Luffy a hero instead of a villain. At first, Luffy disagreed but decided to go along with it when Jinbe agreed to give him all the meat he wants.

He was later seen riding on Megalo with Shirahoshi, heading to Gyoncorde Plaza to save the king. He and Shirahoshi soon saw what appeared to be King Neptune, but was actually a balloon dummy set as a trap. Shirahoshi was easily deceived, and when they approached it, they were ensnared in a net. They were then tied up and taken to the plaza. Shirahoshi tearfully apologized to Jinbe for falling for the enemies' trick. Jinbe was not deterred since he planned on letting himself get captured from the start. Hody, thinking that his plan was going smoothly, was overjoyed and revealed to everyone that he was the one who truly killed Otohime. Jinbe was stunned at this revelation. When Hody gloated about killing Otohime right in Shirahoshi's face, the princess said that she knew all along, shocking Jinbe and the others present.

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Jinbe and the Straw Hat Pirates facing off against the New Fishman Pirates at Gyoncorde Plaza.

Shirahoshi explained that Megalo witnessed Hody killing Otohime and relayed the information to her. Jinbe asked Shirahoshi about why she never told anyone. Shirahoshi tearfully stated that she was following her mother's last wish of not holding any hatred towards the killer. Jinbe was surprised that Shirahoshi could actually uphold her promise and commented on Shirahoshi's strong spirit. Hody, on the other hand, ridiculed the princess, saying that her kindness and mercy would lead to the deaths of the rest of her family. Jinbe assured the princess that she did nothing wrong. When Hody was about to kill Neptune, Luffy jumped out of Megalo's mouth and kicked Hody a great distance back. Jinbe was surprised that Luffy actually came out earlier than planned, but relented that it could not be helped. Nami retrieved the World Noble's letter, Robin freed the king and the princes, and Hoe took them to safety. When the rest of the Straw Hats appeared, Jinbe stood among them, preparing to fight against the New Fishman Pirates.

After Nami gave Shirahoshi the World Noble's letter, Jinbe told the princess that he will help protect her ideals. Jinbe was awed when Luffy defeated half of Hody's forces with Haki. Hody then tried to kill Shirahoshi with a water shot, but Jinbe nullified Hody's attack with his own water shot. Later he was seen choking a New Fishman Pirate while commenting on Hody's extortion of Surume through the threat of harming his siblings.

Suddenly, the plaza became dark. Noah, the ancient ship that Vander Decken IX tossed, reached the island and was breaking through the bubble. Just as everyone feared the bubble would not hold, they also realized that Shirahoshi was missing. She was high above the plaza and Jinbe realized that at that height, she would redirect the ship away from the plaza. Jinbe told Luffy that even though the ship is full of water, Decken is a Devil Fruit user, so there must be air somewhere and then tossed him a bubble-making coral to help him.


Jinbe hits Wadatsumi with a powerful blow.

When Wadatsumi defeated Surume due to taking an Energy Steroid pill, he attacked Jinbe but he easily countered it by using a roundhouse kick against the giant's punch. After Wadatsumi was kicked by Sanji, Jinbe then prepared himself to fight the giant fishman together with Sanji. He continued to block Wadatsumi's attacks. When he saw Hammond's "Slave Tank" and how the New Fishman Pirates were treating their captives in the same way the World Nobles treat their slaves, he asked Robin to help free them despite the risk they may later pose to Fishman Island, and she agreed.

After Wadatsumi became almost spherical after sucking so much air in an attempt to intimidate his foes, Jinbe and Sanji began executing their unseen plan. Jinbe struck Wadatsumi with a powerful Fishman Karate attack, causing the giant to open his mouth. Wadatsumi then flew high into the sky as the air he sucked in was released. Jinbe's attack gave Sanji an opening to deal a devastating blow to Wadatsumi. Following the defeat of Wadatsumi and the leaders of the New Fishman Pirates, Jinbe and the Straw Hats looked up into the sky as Luffy tried to destroy Noah. When the Sea Kings appeared and stopped Noah from falling, saving the ship and the island at the same time, everyone on Fishman Island celebrated.

Jinbe Donates Blood to Luffy

Jinbe saves Luffy's life by donating blood.

During the aftermath, Jinbe kept the formerly captive humans and the subordinates of the New Fishman Pirates in the plaza. The pirates of both factions begged Jinbe to allow them to leave, but Jinbe stated that Neptune would decide their fates and threatened to strike down anyone who tried to escape. Due to his overexertion, Luffy had lost a lot of blood and needed a transfusion, a type no one else on his crew has. Jinbe volunteered to be Luffy's donor since, as a pirate, the law that forbids blood donations to humans did not matter to him. During the transfusion, Luffy recovered and asked Jinbe to join his crew.

He reluctantly turned down Luffy's invitation, saying that he had unfinished business to take care of. However, he stated that once it is dealt with, he would come to Luffy's side and, should Luffy still feel the same way, would like to be asked to join once more. Jinbe then joined in on the banquet at the Ryugu Palace in the Straw Hats' honor.

During the festivities, Jinbe spoke to the Straw Hats in private and informed them of the Marines' movements during the timeskip such as how Sengoku retired and how his successor was decided between Aokiji and Akainu after an epic duel between the two admirals which ended in Akainu's victory. He also informed them of the Blackbeard Pirates gaining enough notoriety for Blackbeard himself to take the vacant spot of the Yonko, along with the rumors that the Blackbeard Pirates are out stealing powers from other Devil Fruit users. He urged Luffy to be careful, as his past connections with Blackbeard and garnered notoriety might tempt the latter to target him yet again, only to realize that the boy was eating to his heart's content. The other Straw Hats said that it's fine that they at least got the message, to which Jinbe sympathized at the work they have got cut out for themselves. Later, along with the Neptune Royal Family and the Neptune Army, he looked upon the New Fishman Pirates leaders in their jail cell and how they have become old due to the Energy Steroids that they stole and consumed in excess.

Afterwards, Jinbe had a private talk with Neptune over the status of the Sun Pirates under Big Mom's jurisdiction. Jinbe stated that, despite her unreasonable demeanor, they have been pretty much able to do as they pleased and admitted that serving under a Yonko served as great protection for his crew. Neptune noted it was because of Jinbe doing this that the island was kept safe after Whitebeard's death through the name of Big Mom, despite Jinbe stating that he and his crew should be doing the protecting. Jinbe stated that he was thinking of cutting ties with Big Mom due to Luffy's invitation to join the Straw Hat Pirates, but he worried that her anger would spill to Fishman Island. Neptune stated that Jinbe took on too much responsibility and that they should be able to defend themselves, for aside from the 70,000 new recruits of the Fishman District, Neptune stated he would seek to borrow the Straw Hats' flag for protection, to which Jinbe happily concurred. He was later present and shocked along with the crew and Neptune when Luffy declared that he would challenge Big Mom to a fight. Jinbe noted that now he really has to leave Big Mom before things get worse and told the crew not to irritate her anymore than they already have.

Jinbe and the other Fishman Island citizens soon bid farewell to the Straw Hats. Jinbe asserted with a nod on how he would meet up with them again someday. When a child requested a straw hat of his own to play "Hero", Jinbe stated that he would arrange for a trading ship to head for the surface and stock up on a supply of "hero hats".

Dressrosa Saga

Caribou's Kehihihihi in the New World

Jinbe Punches Caribou

Jinbe defends the mermaids from Caribou.

Soon after Caribou started attempting a second mermaid kidnapping spree, Jinbe stopped him by punching him in the face.[49] He then placed the felon into a barrel and took him away from Fishman Island while riding a coated boat to the surface.[50] Sometime after leaving Fishman Island, they met Coribou and the rest of the Caribou Pirates.[51] Jinbe then stepped out of the boat and pulled it far away from the Caribou Pirates' ship.[52] He and Caribou later reached the surface at the ruined G-5 Marine Base.[53] Jinbe then quickly departed, leaving Caribou in the hands of Commodore Yarisugi, who soon began thinking of several sadistic ideas on what to do with the pirate.[54]

Solo Journey of Jinbe, Knight of the Sea

Solo Journey of Jinbe, Knight of the Sea

Jinbe finds a lost Sea Kitten.

Later, when Jinbe went on a journey to search for his friends, he encountered a lost Sea Kitten while travelling underwater.[55] Afterwards, Jinbe encountered an ocean dog police officer, who then decided to help the Sea Kitten.[56] When they arrived at the Sea Kitten's home, they found nothing there but the ocean dog's house, which was turned over.[57] Jinbe and the Sea Kitten then saw a sinking ship.[58] Jinbe then saved the sailors by raising the ship to the surface, gaining their gratitude.[59] He was then surprised when he read the news concerning Luffy and Law's alliance and Doflamingo's supposed resignation from the Shichibukai.[60] From the newspaper, Jinbe also learned that the Sea Monsters went on a rampage at a port town.[61] Jinbe and the Sea Kitten later traveled to the port town and discovered the Sea Kitten's home among the ruins.[62]

After disembarking, Jinbe heard the story from the locals.[63] Jinbe was then led to a sea shrine with no offerings on it.[64] Once he returned to the port town, he saw the ocean dog and its home being thrown onto the ruins.[65] He then pursued a mysterious individual that retreated to the ocean floor.[66] There, Jinbe discovered a large pile of offerings[67] and encountered an old foe, Wadatsumi.[68] After hearing from his side of the story, Jinbe gives him a scolding.[69] Jinbe then spoke to the Sea Monsters that rampaged at the port town to clear up a misunderstanding.[70] He was present when Wadatsumi and the Sea Monsters apologized to the towns people and the Sea Kitten reunited with its parent.[71]

Jinbe Finds a Poneglyph

Jinbe is shown a poneglyph.

Soon after, the locals showed Jinbe a poneglyph that was hidden among the ruins.[72] Jinbe was then seen looking at the Sea Kings, who are now acting as ships for the locals to make up for breaking theirs.[73] Having made peace with each other, the locals, Sea Monsters, Wadatsumi, and Jinbe had a feast together.[74] On the next day, Wadatsumi asked Jinbe if he can come along with him.[75] After bidding the townspeople and the Sea Monsters farewell, Jinbe left with Wadatsumi,[76] taking the poneglyph with them.

Yonko Saga

Whole Cake Island Arc

Jinbe Leaves the Sun Pirates

Jinbe talking with his crew about his decision to join the Straw Hats.

Jinbe later met with his crew to discuss un-affiliating with Big Mom and joining Luffy's crew. The Sun Pirates agreed and supported his decision. When Jinbe asked Aladine's wife, Charlotte Praline, about the possibility of incurring Big Mom's wrath if he leaves her crew, she stated that Jinbe would not be the first person who tried to leave and warned him that not a single soul brave enough to utter such words has lived to see another day.[77] Aladine later watched Luffy's group from under the sea, and contacted Jinbe for further orders.[78]

Jinbe Feeds Big Mom

Jinbe stopping Big Mom's tantrum.

Upon arriving to Whole Cake Island, Jinbe delivered his poneglyph to Big Mom.[79] Later while she was throwing a tantrum in Sweet City due to her craving for croquemboche, Jinbe stopped her by giving her the sweets she desired. After she calmed down, Big Mom thanked Jinbe for the poneglyph he gave her. Jinbe then wished to discuss something important with her and Big Mom wondered with a frightening expression if Jinbe intended to sever their alliance.[80] Jinbe later explained to Big Mom about his decision to leave her crew. Big Mom was unconcerned about his reasons but was greatly displeased. She then demanded Jinbe to give up something in return and as such, brought out a consequence roulette wheel.[81] Knowing that the roulette was rigged to ensure the death of not only him but also his crewmates, Jinbe avoided spinning it by claiming to take back his request to leave Big Mom's crew.[82]

Jinbe then spoke to his crew in secret and explained to them about the roulette wheel. He also told them his plan to rebel against Big Mom in order to assist Luffy in his efforts to rescue Sanji and instructed them to leave Totto Land once the chaos starts.[83]

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Two days after his meeting with Big Mom, Jinbe went to the Prisoner Library where Luffy and Nami were being held prisoner. Charlotte Opera, who was standing guard, told Jinbe that he was forbidden on castle grounds, but Jinbe simply apologized as he hit Opera in the stomach with a powerful Gosenmaigawara Seiken.[84] He released the Straw Hats by burning the book they were imprisoned in and dousing them in water after they were freed. He then explained to them that his Sun Pirates were also one of the crews serving under Big Mom, but he intended to rebel against her. As Luffy dashed out of the Prisoner Library, Jinbe tried to warn him that the castle was crawling with strong foes.[85]

Jinbe and Nami were then pursued through the hallways until they found Chopper and Carrot coming out of a nearby mirror. After Jinbe and Nami entered the Mirro-World, Brûlée angrily reprimanded Jinbe for betraying the Big Mom Pirates. Jinbe explained that he avoided spinning the punishment roulette wheel and Pedro commended him for that. The group then went on searching for Luffy, Brook, and Sanji.[86]

Jinbe Saves Brook and Nami from Big Mom

Jinbe helps the Sanji Retrieval Team save Brook from Big Mom.

They found Brook being held by a sleeping Big Mom in her bed, and they created a fake Brook using another skeleton and some seaweed. Jinbe then placed Brûlée in between the mirror to Big Mom's room, allowing them to travel through it at will. He watched as their first three tries to rescue Brook were unsuccessful, and when Nami went to save Brook, Big Mom threw Prometheus at them, forcing Jinbe to rush in and pull Nami and Brook into the mirror before they were caught in the explosion. Brook then revealed that he had made copies of Big Mom's poneglyphs, impressing Jinbe.[87]

The group searched for Sanji, but none of the mirrors saw him. After Nami theorized that Sanji went to the place where he and Luffy fought, Jinbe commented that Sanji must have gone to Whole Cake Island for some important role he had to fulfill as a Vinsmoke. Jinbe doubted that it would be easy to convince Sanji to come back. He then claimed that he planned to tell the group something after they were all together, but revealed that they could not let the wedding happen, because it would be no mere ceremony. Jinbe asked the group about Pekoms and revealed that the lion mink is alive and safe, but he was about to meet his doom because of a certain plot he was involved in and would have died if Jinbe's crew had not noticed.[88]

Straw Hat Pirates Meet Fire Tank Pirates

The Sanji Retrieval Team forms an alliance with the Fire Tank Pirates to assassinate Big Mom.

Sometime later, Jinbe and his group managed to contact Luffy and Sanji through a mirror shard. After Luffy explained his intent to ruin the wedding ceremony, Jinbe explained more about Bege, such as his backstory and him plotting against Big Mom. Jinbe then proposed to Luffy about forming an alliance with Bege and Luffy agreed to meet up with him.[89] After Jinbe informed Luffy and Sanji the location of the Fire Tank Pirates' base, Jinbe and his group went to Bege's hideout ahead of them. When the Straw Hat Crew and the Fire Tank Pirates began their negotiations, a fight nearly broke out between Luffy, Bege, and Caesar. Jinbe stopped the quarrel by reminding them that they shared a common enemy in Big Mom.[90] As Bege explained his plan to kill Big Mom, Jinbe listened attentively. The meeting adjourned once Bege finished going over the plan.[91]

Major Battles

Filler Battles

Early One Piece

Early Jinbe

Early concepts of Jinbe in One Piece Green.

Some early concepts of Jinbe were revealed in One Piece Green: Secret Pieces.

Anime and Manga Differences

Impel Down Arc

In the manga, Minozebra is defeated by Crocodile's Sables, while in the anime he is defeated by Jinbe's Gosenmaigawara Seiken. In the manga, Minorhinoceros is defeated by Jinbe's Gosenmaigawara Seiken, while in the anime he is defeated by Crocodile's Sables.

Marineford Arc

In the anime episode 470, Jinbe had a short duel with Mihawk in the war in Marineford which was not seen happening in the manga. During the battle, Jinbe comes to Luffy's aid and challenges the swordsman. He uses his fishman karate to slow the oncoming cannon balls shot at him that Mihawk then cuts. The two then engage in a short clash, sending Jinbe flying back as Mihawk continues to pursue Luffy. Jinbe turned around for a brief moment when Whitebeard died. Jinbe's flashback of Ace and Luffy was longer. The scene where Akainu attacked Jinbe and Luffy was extended along with exchange in dialogue. Aokiji's and Kizaru's attacks on the Heart Pirates, Luffy, and Jinbe were shown in greater depth.

Post-War Arc

When the Heart Pirates arrive at Amazon Lily in the anime, they enter the harbor with the Kuja Pirates. Jinbe had to convince Elder Nyon that Law is needed to treat Luffy's wounds.

Fishman Island Arc

The anime added a scene of Jinbe in a bar stopping some human pirates from causing a scene. The scene in which Arlong was telling Jinbe that he's beating already unconscious marines is omitted in the anime. During Rear Admiral Strawberry's explanation of the Sun Pirates, which shows the silhouettes of Tiger, Jinbe, and Arlong, Jinbe's silhouette is incorrectly shown with its current appearance of 46 years, instead of its appearance 31 years, as a member of the Sun Pirates. The anime also added a scene in which a marine provoked Jinbe.

The anime shows Jinbe directly attacking Rear Admiral Strawberry. In the anime, Tiger's last flashback shows that he had to fight other fishmen to gain leadership of the Fishman District, including Jinbe and Arlong. The fight between Arlong and Jinbe is extended. In the manga, the talk between Arlong and Jinbe, about his becoming a Shichibukai happens at Impel Down, the fight between the two happens at an unknown island of the Grand Line, and the conversation between Jinbe and Aladdin on Arlong not understanding the will of Tiger happens on the ship. But in the anime, all the scenes occur at the same unknown island.

Translation and Dub Issues

His name comes from jinbei-zame (甚平鮫), which means "whale shark" in Japanese. It could also mean the type of clothing worn by Japanese during the summer, Jinbei.

Jinbe's name is sometimes spelled as Jimbei because when pronouncing it, the n of the name often sounds like a m to some. However, the fourth databook confirmed that the correct spelling is indeed Jinbe. The English versions spell his name as Jimbei. However, the official Japanese website for One Piece: Burning Blood has the name "Jimbei" on his bounty.[92]

His epithet, Kaikyō, would normally translate into "Strait" or "Channel". However since the kanji for it is written as (海侠) and not (海峡), the kyō part (侠) of it comes from (任侠), a honorific used when addressing a high ranking yakuza member, thus making his epithet a Japanese pun. Because this honorific is used for addressing high ranking yakuza members, it does not have a literal English translation. The closest translations used of the epithet that can be interpreted into English are made up based on the pun's meaning. These include "Yakuza of the Sea" and "Knight of the Sea" among others. These however are not literal translations, but titles made to convey the idea behind the original Japanese term used. In the Viz Manga and FUNimation subs, his epithet is translated as "First Son of the Sea".


Video Games

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Support Appearances


  • After his initial silhouette in Chapter 523, at the JUMP Festa 2009 Oda decided to a show a preview of Jinbe and drew a rough sketch of what he looked like.
  • Among the Shichibukai, Jinbe has a whale shark animal theme. He was also the only fishman Shichibukai.
  • His blood type is F, the same as Luffy's.
  • In the 5th fan poll, Jinbe ranked 35th, making him the most popular Fishman in the series.
  • Jinbe holds the longest time from his mention to his full reveal (mentioned in Chapter 69, December 1998, appeared Chapter 528, January 2009), for over 10 years and 458 chapters.


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 54 Chapter 528 (p. 16-19) and Episode 430, Jinbe makes his debut while speaking with Ace.
  2. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 63 Chapter 620 (p. 16) and Episode 541, Jinbe tells about himself, Arlong and Hatchan being part of the Sun Pirates.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 8 Chapter 69 (p. 7) and Episode 31, Jinbe is mentioned by Yosaku for the first time.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 57 Chapter 557 and Episode 466, Jinbe decides to resign his job as a Shichibukai.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 63 Chapter 621 and Episode 540.
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 63 Chapter 621 and Episode 541.
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 63 Chapter 624 and Episode 544, Jinbe succeeds Tiger as the captain the Sun crew, and joins the Shichibukai.
  8. One Piece Blue Deep: Characters World (p. 90) , his birthday is revealed.
  9. 9.0 9.1 SBS One Piece Manga — Vol. 58, fan question: What are the ages and heights of the Shichibukai?
  10. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 61 Chapter 598 and Episode 517, two years pass in the storyline.
  11. 11.0 11.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 64 Chapter 635 (p. 4) and Episode 555, Jinbe's newest bounty is said to be over 400 million by a New Fishman Pirates member after his resignation from the Shichibukai.
  12. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 63 Chapter 622 (p. 14) and Episode 541, Jinbe's first bounty seen on his wanted poster.
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 57 Chapter 552 (p. 7-8) and Episode 461, Jinbe met Ace and accepted to challenge him in Whitebeard's place, but collapsed after five days of fighting.
  14. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 63 Chapter 621 (p. 9) and Episode 541, Jinbe is dressed as a soldier in Neptune's Army.
  15. 15.0 15.1 15.2 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 64 Chapter 627 and Episode 547.
  16. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 54 Chapter 529 and Episode 430, Jinbe reveals to Ace his reason for going against the World Government.
  17. 17.0 17.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 71 Chapter 707 and Episode 637.
  18. 18.0 18.1 18.2 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 56 Chapter 549 and Episode 452.
  19. 19.0 19.1 19.2 19.3 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 57 Chapter 558 and Episode 467.
  20. 20.0 20.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 62 Chapter 614 (p. 8) and Episode 533, Fukaboshi reveals to the Straw Hat Pirates the messages from Jinbe for Luffy.
  21. 21.0 21.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 62 Chapter 609 (p. 4-6) and Episode 528, Keimi reveals to Luffy why he couldn't meet Jinbe.
  22. 22.0 22.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 54 Chapter 531 and Episode 432.
  23. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 55 Chapter 538 (p. 16-17) and Episode 440, Jinbe ponders about Hancock and what she informed Ace, which is that his adoptive younger brother, Luffy arrives to rescue him.
  24. 24.0 24.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 56 Chapter 544 (p. 7) and Episode 447, Jinbe reveals he knows Teach actually yet from his time in Edward's crew.
  25. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 56 Chapter 543 (p. 17) and Episode 446, Jinbe reveals he knows Teach actually yet from his time in Edward's crew.
  26. 26.0 26.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 57 Chapter 559 (p. 10-11) and Episode 468, Moriah attacked by Jinbe's Samegawara Seiken.
  27. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 64 Chapter 632 (p. 14-15) and Episode 542, Hody reveals to everyone (all fishmen and merfolk) that he was the one who shot Otohime to death.
  28. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 64 Chapter 634 (p. 12) and Episode 554, Hody reveals his hatred to Jinbe for cooperating with the Straw Hats.
  29. 29.0 29.1 29.2 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 54 Chapter 526 (p. 5) and Episode 422, Domino reveals the location of Ace, Jinbe and Crocodile, the new prisoners.
  30. 30.0 30.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 56 Chapters 547548 and Episodes 450451, Jinbe summons a school of whale sharks to help the escapees from Impel Down.
  31. One Piece Manga — Vol. 61 Chapter 597, Jinbe leaving Amazon Lily on a whale shark.
  32. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 60 Chapter 594 (p. 2-3) and Episode 511, One of the Five Elder Stars reciting the reason for Jinbe joining the Shichibukai.
  33. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 63 Chapter 625 and Episode 545.
  34. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 63 Chapters 625626 and Episodes 545546.
  35. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 54 Chapter 523 (p. 10) and Episode 417, Jinbe's current status revealed to Sengoku.
  36. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 55 Chapter 541 and Episode 443, Jinbe knocks out the guards on level 4.
  37. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 56 Chapter 548 and Episode 451, Jinbe allows Luffy to talk with Mr. 2 one last time.
  38. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 56 Chapter 550 (p. 11) and Episode 459, The Impel Down escapee expedition arrives at the Gates of Justice.
  39. One Piece Anime — Episode 468, Moriah uses Shadow Asgard.
  40. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 5758 Chapters 562563 (p. 17 & 2) and Episodes 471472, Jinbe is shocked to see Whitebeard stabbed by Squard.
  41. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 59 Chapter 575 (p. 2 & 4-5) and Episode 484, Jinbe mourns over the loss of his dear friend, Ace.
  42. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 59 Chapter 576 (p. 13) and Episode 485.
  43. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 59 Chapter 577 (p. 7 & 9-11) and Episode 486.
  44. 44.0 44.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 59 Chapter 578 and Episode 487.
  45. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 59 Chapter 579 (p. 10) and Episode 488, Luffy and Jinbe are taken cared of by Law and his crew.
  46. One Piece Manga — Vol. 59 Chapter 581, Ivankov leaves Luffy with Jinbe and sails back to Kamabakka Kingdom together with his companions.
  47. One Piece Manga — Vol. 60 Chapter 591, Jinbe meets Rayleigh and eats together with Luffy.
  48. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 63 Chapter 615 (p. 17) and Episode 534, Jinbe visits Otohime's grave.
  49. One Piece Manga — Vol. 68 Chapter 677, cover story: Caribou's Kehihihihi in the New World Vol. 3.
  50. One Piece Manga — Vol. 68 Chapter 678, cover story: Caribou's Kehihihihi in the New World Vol. 4.
  51. One Piece Manga — Vol. 69 Chapter 679, cover story: Caribou's Kehihihihi in the New World Vol. 5.
  52. One Piece Manga — Vol. 69 Chapter 680, cover story: Caribou's Kehihihihi in the New World Vol. 6.
  53. One Piece Manga — Vol. 69 Chapter 681, cover story: Caribou's Kehihihihi in the New World Vol. 7.
  54. One Piece Manga — Vol. 69 Chapter 682, cover story: Caribou's Kehihihihi in the New World Vol. 8.
  55. One Piece Manga — Vol. 75 Chapters 751 and 752, cover story: Solo Journey of Jinbe, Knight of the Sea Vol. 1-2.
  56. One Piece Manga — Vol. 76 Chapters 753 and 754, cover story: Solo Journey of Jinbe, Knight of the Sea Vol. 3-4.
  57. One Piece Manga — Vol. 76 Chapters 755757, cover story: Solo Journey of Jinbe, Knight of the Sea Vol. 5-6.
  58. One Piece Manga — Vol. 76 Chapter 758, cover story: Solo Journey of Jinbe, Knight of the Sea Vol. 7.
  59. One Piece Manga — Vol. 76 Chapter 759, cover story: Solo Journey of Jinbe, Knight of the Sea Vol. 8.
  60. One Piece Manga — Vol. 76 Chapter 760, cover story: Solo Journey of Jinbe, Knight of the Sea Vol. 9.
  61. One Piece Manga — Vol. 76 Chapter 761, cover story: Solo Journey of Jinbe, Knight of the Sea Vol. 10.
  62. One Piece Manga — Vol. 76 Chapters 762 and 763, cover story: Solo Journey of Jinbe, Knight of the Sea Vol. 11-12.
  63. One Piece Manga — Vol. 77 Chapter 765, cover story: Solo Journey of Jinbe, Knight of the Sea Vol. 13.
  64. One Piece Manga — Vol. 77 Chapter 767, cover story: Solo Journey of Jinbe, Knight of the Sea Vol. 14, Jinbe is led to the sea shrine.
  65. One Piece Manga — Vol. 77 Chapter 768, cover story: Solo Journey of Jinbe, Knight of the Sea Vol. 15, Jinbe returns to the port town.
  66. One Piece Manga — Vol. 77 Chapter 769, cover story: Solo Journey of Jinbe, Knight of the Sea Vol. 16, Jinbe follows a mysterious individual to the ocean floor.
  67. One Piece Manga — Vol. 77 Chapter 770, cover story: Solo Journey of Jinbe, Knight of the Sea Vol. 17, Jinbe finds a large pile of offerings.
  68. One Piece Manga — Vol. 77 Chapter 772, cover story: Solo Journey of Jinbe, Knight of the Sea Vol. 18, Jinbe encounters Wadatsumi.
  69. One Piece Manga — Vol. 77 Chapter 774, cover story: Solo Journey of Jinbe, Knight of the Sea Vol. 20, Jinbe scolds Wadatsumi.
  70. One Piece Manga — Vol. 78 Chapter 776, cover story: Solo Journey of Jinbe, Knight of the Sea Vol. 21, Jinbe speaks to the rampaging Sea Monsters.
  71. One Piece Manga — Vol. 78 Chapter 777, cover story: Solo Journey of Jinbe, Knight of the Sea Vol. 22, Jinbe watches Wadatsumi and the Sea Monsters apologize.
  72. One Piece Manga — Vol. 78 Chapter 778, cover story: Solo Journey of Jinbe, Knight of the Sea Vol. 23, The locals show Jinbe a poneglyph.
  73. One Piece Manga — Vol. 78 Chapter 781, cover story: Solo Journey of Jinbe, Knight of the Sea Vol. 25, Jinbe watches the locals use the Sea Kings as ships.
  74. One Piece Manga — Vol. 78 Chapter 782, cover story: Solo Journey of Jinbe, Knight of the Sea Vol. 26, Jinbe and the others feast.
  75. One Piece Manga — Vol. 78 Chapter 783, cover story: Solo Journey of Jinbe, Knight of the Sea Vol. 27, Wadatsumi asks Jinbe whether he can come along.
  76. One Piece Manga — Vol. 78 Chapter 785, cover story: Solo Journey of Jinbe, Knight of the Sea Vol. 28, Jinbe leaves with Wadatsumi.
  77. One Piece Manga — Vol. 83 Chapter 830 (p. 2-7).
  78. One Piece Manga — Vol. 82 Chapter 826 (p. 17).
  79. One Piece Manga — Vol. 83 Chapter 829 (p. 17).
  80. One Piece Manga — Vol. 83 Chapter 829 (p. 15-18).
  81. One Piece Manga — Vol. 83 Chapter 830 (p. 9-10).
  82. One Piece Manga — Vol. 83 Chapter 834 (p. 4-5).
  83. One Piece Manga — Vol. 86 Chapter 860.
  84. One Piece Manga — Vol. 85 Chapter 851 (p. 15-17).
  85. One Piece Manga — Vol. 85 Chapter 852 (p. 4-7).
  86. One Piece Manga — Vol. 85 Chapter 854 (p. 2-5).
  87. One Piece Manga — Vol. 85 Chapter 855.
  88. One Piece Manga — Vol. 85 Chapter 856.
  89. One Piece Manga — Vol. 85 Chapter 857.
  90. One Piece Manga — Vol. 85 Chapter 858.
  91. One Piece Manga — Vol. 86 Chapter 859.

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Fighting Style Based: Fish-Man Karate (Fish-Man Jujutsu)  •  Busoshoku Haki
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Story Arcs: Arlong Park Arc  •  Amazon Lily Arc  •  Impel Down Arc  •  Marineford Arc  •  Post-War Arc  •  Fish-Man Island Arc  •  Whole Cake Island Arc
Cover Stories: Solo Journey of Jinbe, Knight of the Sea
Location(s): Fish-Man Island (Fish-Man District)  •  Foolshout Island  •  Totto Land
Others: Fish-Men  •  Merfolk  •  New Fish-Man Pirates  •  Slavery
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Former Members: Dracule Mihawk   •  Crocodile   •  Donquixote Doflamingo   •  Bartholomew Kuma   •  Gecko Moria   •  Boa Hancock   •  Jinbe   •  Marshall D. Teach   •  Trafalgar Law   •  Buggy   •  Edward Weevil 
Affiliated Organizations: Baroque Works  •  Donquixote Pirates  •  Thriller Bark Pirates  •  Kuja Pirates  •  Sun Pirates  •  Blackbeard Pirates  •  Heart Pirates  •  Buggy's Delivery
Ship(s): Coffin Boat  •  Perfume Yuda  •  Big Top  •  Baroque Gustave  •  Thriller Bark  •  Snapper Head  •  Numancia Flamingo  •  Polar Tang
Devil Fruits: Suna Suna no Mi  •  Ito Ito no Mi  •  Yami Yami no Mi  •  Kage Kage no Mi  •  Nikyu Nikyu no Mi  •  Mero Mero no Mi  •  Ope Ope no Mi  •  Bara Bara no Mi
Fighting Styles: Haki  •  Fish-Man Karate
Weapons: Yoru  •  Kogatana  •  Flintlock  •  Salome  •  Pacifista Modifications  •  Kikoku  •  Buggy Balls  •  Naginata
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Locations: Alabasta  •  Mary Geoise  •  Jaya (Mock Town)  •  Banaro Island  •  Florian Triangle  •  Sabaody Archipelago (Human Auctioning House)  •  Amazon Lily  •  Calm Belt (Impel Down  •  Marineford)  •  Kuraigana Island  •  Fish-Man Island  •  Punk Hazard  •  Dressrosa  •  Karai Bari Island
Story Arcs: Baratie Arc  •  Arlong Park Arc  •  Loguetown Arc  •  Whisky Peak Arc  •  Little Garden Arc  •  Alabasta Arc  •  Jaya Arc  •  Long Ring Long Land Arc  •  Post-Enies Lobby Arc  •  Thriller Bark Arc  •  Sabaody Archipelago Arc  •  Amazon Lily Arc  •  Impel Down Arc  •  Marineford Arc  •  Post-War Arc  •  Return to Sabaody Arc  •  Fish-Man Island Arc  •  Punk Hazard Arc  •  Dressrosa Arc  •  Zou Arc  •  Levely Arc  •  Wano Country Arc
Cover Stories: Miss Goldenweek's "Operation: Meet Baroque Works"  •  Straw Hat's Separation Serial
Movies: Episode of Alabasta: The Desert Princess and the Pirates  •  One Piece: Stampede
Specials: 3D2Y  •  Episode of East Blue  •  Roronoa Zoro Falls Into the Sea
Events: Operation Utopia  •  Duel at Banaro Island  •  Battle of Marineford  •  Rocky Port Incident  •  Operation SOP
Others: World Government  •  Revolutionary Army  •  Bakkin  •  Bounties  •  Slavery  •  Will of D.
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Pirate Captains
Four Blues
East Blue: Monkey D. Luffy  •  Alvida  •  Kuro  •  Krieg  •  Yurikah  •  Bluejam  •  Bartolomeo  •  Gally
West Blue: Gecko Moria  •  Capone Bege  •  Sai  •  Raccoon
South Blue: Shoujou  •  Foxy  •  Eustass Kid  •  Jewelry Bonney  •  Gyro
North Blue: Masira  •  Trafalgar D. Water Law  •  Basil Hawkins  •  X Drake  •  Caribou  •  Coribou
Grand Line
Paradise: Macro  •  Puppu  •  Mikazuki  •  Goo  •  Urouge  •  Scratchmen Apoo  •  Candy  •  Lacuba  •  Albion
New World: Charlotte Lola  •  Doma  •  McGuy  •  Decalvan Brothers  •  Squard  •  Elmy  •  Ramba  •  A O  •  Delacuaji  •  Zodia  •  Palms  •  Bizarre  •  Karma  •  Pavlik  •  Vitan  •  Islewan  •  Epoida  •  Kechatch  •  Little Oars Jr.  •  Choi  •  Arthur  •  Hangan  •  Reforte  •  Whitey Bay  •  Andre  •  Ninth  •  Blondie  •  Nosgarl  •  Amadob  •  Baggaley  •  Wallem  •  Brew  •  Brocca  •  Rush  •  Great Michael  •  Zucca  •  Cands  •  Kinga  •  Colscon  •  Agsilly  •  Julius  •  Happygun  •  Sleepy  •  Forliewbs  •  Shiki  •  Haritsu Kendiyo  •  Hajrudin  •  Cavendish  •  Ideo  •  Leo  •  Orlumbus
Yonko: Shanks  •  Kaido  •  Charlotte Linlin  •  Marshall D. Teach
Shichibukai: Boa Hancock  •  Buggy
Retired: Usopp  •  Jango  •  Zeff  •  Dorry  •  Brogy  •  Wapol  •  Bellamy  •  Mont Blanc Cricket  •  Kibagaeru  •  Brook  •  Jean Bart  •  Portgas D. Ace  •  Chadros Higelyges  •  Chinjao  •  Pedro  •  Jinbe  •  Jorul  •  Jarul  •  Who's Who  •  Sasaki
Arrested: Arlong  •  Billy  •  Chesskippa  •  Devil Dias  •  Demaro Black  •  Lip Doughty  •  Hody Jones  •  Vander Decken IX  •  Donquixote Doflamingo  •  Pinkbeard
Deceased: Rocks D. Xebec  •  Gol D. Roger  •  Edward Newgate  •  John  •  Roshio  •  Yorki  •  Fisher Tiger  •  Vander Decken  •  Diez Barrels
Space: Seamars
Non-Canon: Ganzack  •  Woonan  •  Eldoraggo  •  Gally  •  Joke  •  Bear King  •  Barbarossa  •  Simon  •  Banzai  •  Zenny  •  Wetton  •  Rapanui Pasqua  •  Gasparde  •  Bigalo  •  Willy  •  Bayan  •  Omatsuri  •  Brief  •  Ochanoma Papa  •  Puzzle  •  Largo  •  Schneider  •  Naguri  •  Breed  •  Byrnndi World  •  Bill  •  Mad Treasure  •  Long Long  •  Bounty  •  Prize  •  Artur Bacca
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Fish-Man Island
Neptune Family: Poseidon   •  Neptune  •  Otohime   •  Fukaboshi  •  Ryuboshi  •  Manboshi  •  Shirahoshi
Fish-Men: Arlong  •  Hatchan  •  Chew  •  Kuroobi  •  Pisaro  •  Kaneshiro  •  Take  •  Shioyaki  •  Octopako  •  Jinbe  •  Hammond  •  Kasagoba  •  Hody Jones  •  Fisher Tiger   •  Ammo Knights  •  Dosun  •  Zeo  •  Daruma  •  Ikaros Much  •  Harisenbon  •  Junan  •  Papaneel  •  Togare  •  Tom    •  Hack  •  Gotan   •  Nuru   •  Meverly   •  Garcia 
Merfolk: Camie  •  Kokoro   •  Hyouzou  •  Medaka Mermaid Quintuplets  •  Ishilly  •  Kairen  •  Hiramera  •  Seira  •  Mero  •  Lulis  •  Adele  •  Fillonce  •  Sora  •  Shyarly  •  Minister of the Right  •  Minister of the Left  •  Den  •  Aladine  •  Maria Napole  •  Luca 
Animals: Pappag  •  Surume  •  Megalo  •  Hoe  •  Daidalos 
Fighting Style Based: Haki  •  Fish-Man Karate (Fish-Man Jujutsu)  •  Merman Combat  •  Merman Gujutsu
Weapon Based: Rokutoryu  •  Kiribachi  •  Hattoryu  •  Kirisame 
Others: Energy Steroid  •  Bubbly Coral  •  Voice of All Things
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Story Arc(s): Fish-Man Island Arc  •  Whole Cake Island Arc  •  Levely Arc  •  Wano Country Arc
Cover Stories: From the Decks of the World: The 500,000,000 Man Arc
Locations: Ryugu Kingdom  •  Ryugu Palace  •  Mermaid Cove (Coral Mansion)  •  Coral Hill  •  Gyoverly Hills  •  Sea Forest  •  Fish-Man District  •  Fish-Man Karate Dojo  •  Candy Factory Town  •  Gyoncorde Plaza  •  John's Candies Shop
Ship(s): Noah  •  Ryugu
Organizations: Shichibukai  •  Sun Pirates  •  Arlong Pirates  •  Macro Pirates  •  New Fish-Man Pirates  •  Flying Pirates  •  Big Mom Pirates  •  Whitebeard Pirates
Others: Slavery  •  Edward Newgate  •  Charlotte Linlin  •  Tamatebako *  •  Levely
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Impel Down
High Ranking Staff: Hannyabal  •  Magellan  •  Saldeath  •  Sadi  •  Domino  •  Shiryu 
Guards and Beasts: Sukoshiba Kanishitoru  •  Bazooka Unit  •  Jailer Beasts (Minotaurus  •  Minorhinoceros  •  Minokoala  •  Minozebra  •  Minochihuahua)  •  Basilisk  •  Sphinx
Other Staff: Muchana  •  Marine Battleships Line
Prisoners: Jean Goen  •  An Zengaiina  •  Pankuta Dakeyan  •  Kairo Kureyo  •  Bentham  •  Bellett  •  Donquixote Doflamingo  •  Dobby Ibadonbo  •  Doha Ittanka II  •  Olive   •  Shuzo 
Former Prisoners: Buggy   •  Galdino   •  Kinoko   •  Daz Bonez   •  Monkey D. Luffy   •  Inazuma   •  Emporio Ivankov   •  Usakkov   •  Tsunokkov   •  Newkamas   •  Francois   •  Shiki   •  Portgas D. Ace   •  Jinbe   •  Crocodile   •  Shiryu   •  Catarina Devon   •  Sanjuan Wolf   •  Vasco Shot   •  Avalo Pizarro   •  Morley   •  Arlong   •  Patrick Redfield    •  Byrnndi World    •  Douglas Bullet  
Abilities (Staff)
Devil Fruit Based: Doku Doku no Mi
Weapon Based: Kessui  •  Raiu 
Abilities (Prisoners)
Devil Fruit Based: Bara Bara no Mi   •  Doru Doru no Mi   •  Mane Mane no Mi  •  Supa Supa no Mi   •  Gomu Gomu no Mi   •  Horu Horu no Mi   •  Choki Choki no Mi   •  Fuwa Fuwa no Mi   •  Suna Suna no Mi   •  Mera Mera no Mi   •  Ito Ito no Mi  •  Oshi Oshi no Mi   •  Moa Moa no Mi    •  Gasha Gasha no Mi  
Fighting Styles Based: Okama Kenpo  •  Haki  •  Fish-Man Karate 
Weapon Based: Oto and Kogarashi   •  Buggy Balls   •  Raiu 
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Story Arcs: Impel Down Arc  •  Chapter 0  •  Fish-Man Island Arc  •  Levely Arc
Cover Stories: From the Decks of the World
Related locations: Calm Belt  •  Gates of Justice  •  Levels (Level 1: Crimson Hell  •  Level 2: Wild Beast Hell  •  Level 3: Starvation Hell  •  Level 4: Blazing Hell  •  Level 5: Freezing Hell  •  Level 5.5: Newkama Land  •  Level 6: Eternal Hell)
Others: World Government  •  Shichibukai  •  Baroque Works  •  Revolutionary Army  •  Kenju  •  Haribarisō  •  Newkamas
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Whitebeard Pirates
Captain: Edward Newgate 
Division Commanders: Marco  •  Portgas D. Ace   •  Jozu  •  Thatch   •  Vista  •  Blamenco  •  Rakuyo  •  Namur  •  Blenheim  •  Curiel  •  Kingdew  •  Haruta  •  Atmos  •  Speed Jiru  •  Fossa  •  Izo  •  Kozuki Oden  
Other Members: Former Spade Pirates (Masked Deuce  •  Skull  •  Mihar  •  Kotatsu  •  Saber  •  Aggie 68  •  Finamore  •  Ganryu  •  Ducky Bree  •  Ossamondo  •  Barry  •  Wallace  •  Banshee  •  Kukai  •  Dogya  •  Kimel  •  Cornelia  •  Leonero  •  Hublot)  •  Stefan   •  Hakuto 
Former Members: Marshall D. Teach  •  Epoida  •  Whitey Bay  •  Andre  •  Kinga  •  Islewan  •  Inuarashi  •  Nekomamushi  •  Amatsuki Toki  •  Chameleone 
Subordinate Captains and Crews: Doma  •  McGuy  •  Decalvan Brothers  •  Maelstrom Spider Pirates (Squard)  •  Elmy  •  Ramba  •  A O Pirates (A O)  •  Delacuaji  •  Zodia  •  Palms  •  Bizarre  •  Takotopus Pirates (Karma)  •  Pavlik  •  Vitan  •  Islewan  •  Epoida  •  Kechatch  •  Little Pirates (Little Oars Jr.)  •  Choi  •  Arthur  •  Hangan  •  Reforte  •  Whitey Bay  •  Andre  •  Ninth  •  Blondie  •  Nosgarl  •  Amadob  •  Baggaley  •  Wallem  •  Brew  •  Brocca  •  Rush  •  Great Michael  •  Zucca  •  Cands  •  Kinga  •  Colscon  •  Agsilly  •  Julius  •  Happygun  •  Sleepy  •  Forliewbs
Allies and Affiliates: Jinbe  •  Monkey D. Luffy  •  Impel Down prisoners (Buggy  •  Galdino  •  Crocodile  •  Daz Bonez  •  Emporio Ivankov  •  Inazuma  •  Red Hair Pirates   •  Oliva 
Ship(s): Moby Dick   •  Striker  •  Real Spider  •  Little Gerais
Devil Fruit Based: Gura Gura no Mi   •  Tori Tori no Mi, Model: Phoenix  •  Mera Mera no Mi   •  Kira Kira no Mi  •  Toki Toki no Mi   •  Kopi Kopi no Mi  
Fighting Style Based: Haki  •  Daito Nitoryu   •  Electro 
Weapon Based: Murakumogiri   •  Kaken  •  Enma   •  Ame no Habakiri 
Support: Voice of All Things
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Story Arcs: Jaya Arc  •  Post-Enies Lobby Arc  •  Impel Down Arc  •  Marineford Arc  •  Chapter 0  •  Post-War Arc  •  One Piece novel A (Vol. 2)  •  Wano Country Arc
Cover Stories: Ace's Great Blackbeard Search  •  From the Decks of the World
Locations: New World  •  Foodvalten   •  Fish-Man Island   •  Samba Island   •  Hand Island   •  Port Chibaralta Island  •  Sphinx
Crews: Blackbeard Pirates  •  Roger Pirates  •  Spade Pirates  •  Rocks Pirates
Belongings: Yami Yami no Mi 
Events: Duel on Banaro Island  •  Battle of Marineford  •  Payback War
Others: Yonko  •  Will of D.
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Big Mom Pirates
Captain: Charlotte Linlin
Sweet Commanders: Charlotte Katakuri  •  Charlotte Cracker  •  Charlotte Smoothie
Officers: Charlotte Perospero  •  Charlotte Compote  •  Charlotte Daifuku  •  Charlotte Oven  •  Charlotte Mondée  •  Charlotte Amande  •  Charlotte Hachée  •  Charlotte Effilée  •  Charlotte Opera *  •  Charlotte Counter  •  Charlotte Cadenza  •  Charlotte Cabaletta  •  Charlotte Custard  •  Charlotte Angel  •  Charlotte Zuccotto  •  Charlotte Brûlée  •  Charlotte Broyé  •  Charlotte Nusstorte  •  Charlotte Basskarte  •  Charlotte Dosmarche  •  Charlotte Noisette  •  Charlotte Moscato  •  Charlotte Mash  •  Charlotte Cornstarch  •  Charlotte Compo  •  Charlotte Laurin  •  Charlotte Mont-d'Or  •  Charlotte Mozart  •  Charlotte Marnier  •  Charlotte High-Fat  •  Charlotte Tablet  •  Charlotte Citron  •  Charlotte Cinnamon  •  Charlotte Saint-Marc  •  Charlotte Basans  •  Charlotte Melise  •  Charlotte Dacquoise  •  Charlotte Galette  •  Charlotte Poire  •  Charlotte Snack  •  Charlotte Bavarois  •  Charlotte Prim  •  Charlotte Kanten  •  Charlotte Kato  •  Charlotte Montb  •  Charlotte Chiboust  •  Charlotte Mobile  •  Charlotte Marble  •  Charlotte Myukuru  •  Charlotte Maple  •  Charlotte Brownie  •  Charlotte Joconde  •  Charlotte Raisin  •  Charlotte Panna  •  Charlotte Mascarpone  •  Charlotte Joscarpone  •  Charlotte Yuen  •  Charlotte Newichi  •  Charlotte Newji  •  Charlotte Newsan  •  Charlotte Newshi  •  Charlotte Newgo  •  Charlotte Nutmeg  •  Charlotte Akimeg  •  Charlotte Allmeg  •  Charlotte Harumeg  •  Charlotte Fuyumeg  •  Charlotte Nougat  •  Charlotte Pudding  •  Charlotte Flampe
Combatants: Capone Bege   •  Pekoms *  •  Tamago  •  Bobbin *
Other Members: Streusen  •  Diesel
Homies: Napoleon  •  Zeus   •  Prometheus  •  Queen Mama Chanter  •  Nitro  •  Chess Soldiers  •  Rabiyan  •  Randolph  •  Noble Croc  •  Kingbaum *  •  Ame Umiushi  •  Candy Sea Toad
Subordinates: Fire Tank Pirates (Capone Bege  •  Sun Pirates (Jinbe
Allies and Affiliates: Beasts Pirates  •  Caesar Clown   •  Germa 66 (Vinsmoke Family
Ships: Totto Land Grand Fleet (Queen Mama Chanter  •  Tartes)  •  Nostra Castello   •  Snapper Head 
Devil Fruit Based: Soru Soru no Mi  •  Mochi Mochi no Mi  •  Bisu Bisu no Mi  •  Shibo Shibo no Mi  •  Pero Pero no Mi  •  Hoya Hoya no Mi  •  Netsu Netsu no Mi  •  Kuri Kuri no Mi  •  Mira Mira no Mi  •  Buku Buku no Mi  •  Bata Bata no Mi  •  Gocha Gocha no Mi  •  Memo Memo no Mi  •  Kuku Kuku no Mi  •  Kame Kame no Mi  •  Tama Tama no Mi  •  Shiro Shiro no Mi 
Fighting Style Based: Haki  •  Hanayome Bujutsu   •  Electro  •  Fish-Man Karate 
Weapons Based: Mogura  •  Pretzel  •  Shirauo  •  Walker (Candy Jacket)
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Islands: New World  •  Totto Land (Whole Cake Island  •  100% Island  •  Biscuits Island  •  Black Island  •  Cacao Island  •  Candy Island  •  Cheese Island  •  Cutlery Island  •  Flavor Island  •  Fruits Island  •  Funwari Island  •  Futoru Island  •  Ice Island  •  Jam Island  •  Jelly Island  •  Kibo Island  •  Kimi Island  •  Kinko Island  •  Komugi Island  •  Liqueur Island  •  Loving Island  •  Margarine Island  •  Milenge Island  •  Noko Island  •  Nuts Island  •  Package Island  •  Piepie Island  •  Poripori Island  •  Potato Island  •  Rokumitsu Island  •  Sanshoku Island  •  Tanega Island  •  Topping Island  •  Unique Island  •  Yakigashi Island)  •  Fish-Man Island
Other Locations: Sheep's House   •  Whole Cake Chateau  •  Mirro-World
Story Arc(s): Fish-Man Island Arc  •  Dressrosa Arc  •  Zou Arc  •  Whole Cake Island Arc  •  Levely Arc  •  Wano Country Arc
Songs: Bloody Party  •  NON SUGAR LIFE  •  WELCOME VIP  •  BADEND MUSICAL  •  Soul Pocus ~Song of the Queen~
Others: Yonko  •  Underworld (Broker)  •  Tamatebako  •  Gigantification  •  Roulette  •  Tea Party  •  Rocks Pirates
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Straw Hat Pirates
Crew: Monkey D. Luffy  •  Roronoa Zoro  •  Nami  •  Usopp  •  Sanji  •  Tony Tony Chopper  •  Nico Robin  •  Franky  •  Brook  •  Jinbe  •  Nefertari Vivi  (Karoo )
Main Ships: Going Merry   •  Thousand Sunny
Other Ships: Shimashima Shopping   •  Karasumaru   •  Taru Tiger   •  Tarumanma    •  Ma Ikkada    •  Sexy Foxy  
Vehicles: Shiro Mokuba I  •  Mini Merry II  •  Shark Submerge III  •  Kurosai FR-U IV  •  Brachio Tank V  •  General Franky
Devil Fruit Based: Gomu Gomu no Mi (Main Techniques  •  Gear Second  •  Gear Third  •  Gear Fourth)  •  Hito Hito no Mi (Rumble Ball)  •  Hana Hana no Mi  •  Yomi Yomi no Mi
Fighting Style Based: Haki (Kenbunshoku  •  Busoshoku  •  Haoshoku)  •  Black Leg Style (Diable Jambe)  •  Mutoryu  •  Fish-Man Karate (Fish-Man Jujutsu)
Weapon Based: Nidai Kitetsu   •  Santoryu (Ittoryu  •  Nitoryu  •  Kyutorryu) (Wado Ichimonji  •  Sandai Kitetsu  •  Yubashiri   •  Shusui   •  Enma)  •  Art of Weather (Clima-Tact   •  Perfect Clima-Tact   •  Sorcery Clima-Tact (Zeus))  •  Usopp's Arsenal (Ginga Pachinko   •  Kabuto   •  Kuro Kabuto (Pop Green))  •  Raid Suit  •  Peacock Slashers   •  Battle Frankies (Cyborg Tactics   •  Armored Me  •  General Franky (Kurosai FR-U IV  •  Brachio Tank V))  •  Soul Solid
Support: Wapometal  •  Voice of All Things
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Associated Locations: Goa Kingdom (Foosha Village  •  Mt. Colubo)  •  Rusukaina  •  Shimotsuki Village  •  Kuraigana Island  •  Oykot Kingdom  •  Conomi Islands (Cocoyasi Village  •  Arlong Park)  •  Weatheria  •  Gecko Islands (Syrup Village)  •  Boin Archipelago  •  Germa Kingdom  •  Baratie  •  Momoiro Island  •  Drum Island (Sakura Kingdom)  •  Torino Kingdom  •  Ohara  •  Alabasta  •  Baltigo  •  Water 7  •  Karakuri Island  •  Florian Triangle  •  Kenzan Island  •  Fish-Man Island
Former Memberships and Alliances: Dadan Family  •  Impel Down  •  Arlong Pirates  •  Usopp Pirates  •  Germa 66 (Vinsmoke Family)  •  Baroque Works  •  Franky Family  •  Rumbar Pirates  •  Whitebeard Pirates  •  Big Mom Pirates (Sun Pirates)
Others: Super Rookie  •  Worst Generation  •  Will of D.  •  Straw Hat  •  Straw Hat Grand Fleet  •  Ninja-Pirate-Mink-Samurai Alliance
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