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Nangi is a member of the Numbers in the Beasts Pirates.[1]

Appearance

Nangi's full size as shown compared to that of Jack and his subordinates.

As one of the Numbers, Nangi's size seems to be large even by giant standards; in one instance he was shown to utterly dwarf the likes of Jack, who himself is over eight meters tall.[1]

Nangi greatly resembles depictions of oni in traditional Japanese art. He is broadly built and bears a wide mouth full of sharp teeth, including a particularly big pair of upper canines. The Number has round eyes, a wide nose, and short, curly hair of light color, with a matching beard. On his lower body he dons an enormous animal pelt, light-colored with dark stripes, seemingly formed into a makeshift hakama.[1]

Personality

Nangi is loyal to the Beasts Pirates, as he joined the forces that went out to confront Kaido's attackers. He was shown laughing when the Mink Tribe forces activated their Sulong forms.[1]

Nangi has a unique laughter that, like his fellow Numbers', is based off his name and the number seven: "Nagigigi" (ナギギギ?).[1]

Abilities and Powers

Weapons

Nangi wields a long, spiked metal club resembling Kaido's kanabo.[1]

History

Past

Over 20 years ago, Nangi was a subject in an experiment on Punk Hazard that attempted to recreate the ancient giants. The experiment was a failure, but Nangi and his fellow test subjects were recruited by Kaido. They began residing on Onigashima and joined Kaido's crew, the Beasts Pirates, as a group called the Numbers.

Four Emperors Saga

Wano Country Arc

Five days before the Fire Festival, the Numbers arrived in Hakumai via Mogura Harbor and headed toward Onigashima with Scratchmen Apoo.[2]

On the day of the Fire Festival, the Ninja-Pirate-Mink-Samurai Alliance invaded Onigashima to attack the Beasts Pirates. Nangi accompanied Jack and a large platoon of Beasts Pirates to the roof of the Skull Dome, where they joined Kaido in confronting the Mink Tribe forces when they had transformed into their Sulong forms.[1] After a fierce battle, Nangi was later defeated by the minks.[3]

Trivia

  • His name contains the kanji "nana" (? meaning "seven"), and the kanji for "oni" (?).

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 One Piece Manga — Vol. 98 Chapter 988, Nangi makes his debut.
  2. One Piece Manga — Vol. 95 Chapter 954 (p. 14).
  3. One Piece Manga — Vol. 98 Chapter 991 (p. 14).

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