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Rob Lucci,[1][10] also known as "Massacre Weapon",[5] is a masked agent of CP0.[3]

Originally, he was introduced as part of CP9, reputed as the assassin unit's strongest member in history.[11] Operating undercover to obtain the Pluton blueprints from Iceburg,[4] he worked as a sawyer, treenail, and bolt specialist for the Galley-La Company's Dock 1 in Water 7.[1]

After his defeat by Monkey D. Luffy at Enies Lobby, Lucci was dismissed from CP9 by Spandam, who declared him and the other assassins responsible for the Straw Hats' havoc on Enies Lobby. However, within the next two years, he managed to be reinstated into Cipher Pol as part of CP0, this time as Spandam's superior.[3]

Lucci is the main antagonist of the Water 7 Arc, one of the two main antagonists of the Enies Lobby Arc (along with Spandam), the secondary antagonist of the Water 7 Saga overall, and a major antagonist in the Egghead Arc (and briefly a reluctant ally). He is also one of the central characters from CP9's Independent Report Cover Page Serial, along with the rest of the CP9 agents.

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What was Rob Lucci's role in the Galley-La Company's Dock 1 in Water 7? toggle section
At Galley-La Company's Dock 1 in Water 7, Rob Lucci served as a foreman. His expertise lay in sawing, treenails, and bolts, making him integral to the company's shipbuilding operations. Lucci, along with the other foremen, was idolized by Water 7's citizens and was adept in combat due to the inherent dangers of constructing pirate ships.
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What led to Rob Lucci's dismissal from CP9? toggle section
The defeat of Rob Lucci at the hands of Luffy led to his dismissal from CP9. His loss marked the end of his five-year mission and caused upheaval within Cipher Pol, prompting a reorganization of agents. Lucci, now a fugitive, was pursued by Spandam and Cipher Pol members until he joined CP0.
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Rob Lucci never obtained the true Pluton blueprints. These blueprints, passed down by shipwrights of Water 7, were for Pluton, a powerful ancient battleship, and kept as a contingency if Pluton was ever misused and a counter-weapon was required. Lucci secured a shipwright position at the Galley-La Company in Water 7, with the objective of obtaining the blueprints. Iceburg tricked Lucci with fake blueprints, and Franky destroyed the real blueprints.
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Lucci is a tall and slim, yet muscular man with arched eyebrows and a close-shaved goatee. He has shoulder length wavy black hair that is sometimes tied in a ponytail. When he is not fighting, his pet pigeon Hattori is usually perched quietly on his right shoulder. He has a tattoo of a crossed-out square on each upper arm,[2] as well as five cannonball scars on his back in the shape of the World Government symbol.[11] He was noted to be good looking by some women from Water 7 and Gatherine.[12][13]

He wore a large black top hat with a sepia band until he lost it during his fight with Luffy.[14] As a shipwright, he wore brown trousers with caramel suspenders over a white tank-top[2] and shoes with black toecaps.[1] As an assassin, he wore a two-piece black suit with the sleeves normally rolled up, complete with black leather shoes and a white tie and handkerchief in the breast pocket.[4]

When invading Iceburg's mansion he was wearing a bull mask and a light pink robe with thick sleeves and a yellow "tie" above.[15]

In SBS Volume 44, Oda drew members of CP9 as children. Lucci is shown with the kanji for "peace" (平和, heiwa?) on his shirt, which possibly suggests that the branch Lucci is holding is an olive branch in tribute to the type of branch held by white doves (in this case Hattori) as a sign of peace.[16]

The anime had also portrayed Lucci as a teenager in its rendition of his past story. Though the two portrayals of Lucci are meant to be him, they have different styles to them, mostly because Oda's version was drawn after the anime had already depicted him and not just because they show him at two different ages. Note that Oda did depict the silhouette of thirteen-year-old Lucci from the backside, though only briefly - this most likely is where the anime design for him originates.[11]

In CP9's Independent Report, he wore a light spotted shirt with a black coat over his shoulders and had bandages over his forehead and chest from his fight with Luffy and let his hair fall freely.[17]

After the timeskip, he wears a blue-white suit with a white coat draped over his shoulders. His beard has also grown longer and has a small ball on the end. As a CP0 agent, he wears a simple mask that covers the top half of his face, with markings that curve beneath the eyes.[3] In One Piece Film: Gold, he wears a little medal on the chest, during the Levely Arc, he wears a purple flower instead. During the Egghead Arc, he wears a medal with a slightly different design.


Main Series[]

Lucci One Piece Green
Lucci's color scheme in the manga during CP9's Independent Report.
Lucci Post Timeskip Manga Color Scheme
Lucci's color scheme in the manga after the timeskip.
Lucci Pre Timeskip Leopard Color Scheme
Lucci's Human-Beast Form color scheme in the manga before the timeskip.
Lucci Post Timeskip Leopard Color Scheme
Lucci's Human-Beast Form color scheme in the manga after the timeskip.
Rob Lucci as a Child
Lucci as a child.
Lucci Age 6
Lucci at age 6.
Shipwright Lucci
Lucci undercover as a shipwright of Water 7.
Rob Lucci's San Faldo Disguise
Lucci in his bull costume.
Rob Lucci's Second San Faldo Mask
Lucci's Cipher Pol mask.
Lucci And Hattori's Coats in the Anime
Lucci wearing his coat in the anime.
Lucci and Hattori's Coats in the Manga
Lucci wearing his coat in the manga.
Lucci casual outfit
Lucci without his hat and jacket.
Lucci's CP9 Report Outfit
Lucci's outfit during CP9's Independent Report.
Lucci's Egghead Arc Outfit
Lucci's outfit during the Egghead Arc.


Lucci in Film Gold
Lucci's outfit in One Piece Film: Gold.
Lucci in Stampede
Lucci's outfit in One Piece: Stampede.

Video Games[]

One Piece Rob Lucci Unlimited Adventure
Leopard Lucci Unlimited Adventure
Lucci Battle Experience
Rob Lucci Pirate Warriors
Rob Lucci One Py Berry Match
Rob Lucci Unlimited World Red
Lucci Super Grand Battle X
Lucci Warriors 3
One Piece Burning Blood Film Gold Rob Lucci & Hattori (Artwork)
Artwork of Lucci in his Film Gold outfit from One Piece: Burning Blood.
Lucci and Hattori Burning Will
Lucci Hybrid Form Burning Will
Lucci (Human-Beast Form) in One Piece: Burning Will.
One Piece World Seeker Lucci Beast mode
Lucci in Human-Beast Form in One Piece: World Seeker.
Rob Lucci Thousand Storm
Lucci (pre-timeskip) in One Piece Thousand Storm.
Rob Lucci timeskip Thousand Storm
Lucci (post-timeskip) in One Piece Thousand Storm.
Rob Lucci Halloween Thousand Storm
Lucci (Halloween) in One Piece Thousand Storm.
Rob Lucci Darkness Justice Thousand Storm
Lucci (Darkness Justice) in One Piece Thousand Storm.
Rob Lucci Shirtless Thousand Storm
Lucci (Shirtless) in One Piece Thousand Storm.
Rob Lucci Stampede Thousand Storm
Lucci (Stampede) in One Piece Thousand Storm.
Lucci New Year Thousand Storm
Lucci (New Year) in One Piece Thousand Storm.
Lucci Jumputi
Lucci in Jumputi Heroes.
Lucci Pirate Warriors 4


Rob Lucci
Lucci's CP9 attire.
Rob Lucci Anime Concept Art
Lucci's concept art from the anime.
Lucci Digitally Colored Manga
Log CP9
Lucci's attire before timeskip in One Piece Log Collection.


Lucci and Hattori at Enies Lobby

Lucci's usual cold look.

Lucci comes off as a cold, distant, and collected Cipher Pol agent; almost completely sociopathic and amoral of everything around him. A testament to his cold-blooded nature is his brutal assault on his "friend" of five years, Paulie, whom he even tried to kill after the CP9's identities were revealed.[18] He also stated that he felt no true bond with the city of Water 7 which he lived in for five years,[19] and had no concern for his superior Spandam, though he is widely regarded amongst his CP9 colleagues despite his arrogance.

During his long undercover period, Lucci remained silent all the time, using Hattori as his preferred method of communication. In spite of his unfriendly looks, shipwright Lucci was polite, humble and tended to call out his fellow shipwrights for questionable conduct, particularly Paulie. Once his mission was completed, Lucci completely abandoned this persona, reverting back to the cold killer attitude that is natural to CP9's agents.

Lucci: The World Government decides justice for us. As long as the government recognizes you as the leader of CP9, we will carry out our orders to the letter... but we don't have to agree with your ideals.
Spandam: You're right, but... What is it you want, then?!!
Lucci: Blood. When we're here, murder is justified.
— Lucci expresses his drive as a CP9 agent.[20]

Lucci bases his outlook of justice on his personal philosophy that any person or thing that goes against the World Government's interests should be destroyed, but is also evil for being that way. Specifically, he has declared to enforce Absolute Justice in CP9’s form of "Dark Justice" (闇の正義, Yami no Seigi?),[21] his motto being "Necessary Evil" (必要悪, Hitsuyō Aku?).[5] As such, he is willing go to extreme lengths to fulfill his given mission by any means necessary, believing that CP9's authority to kill to be justified.[20] Lucci also finds it offensive when someone shows weakness around him[22], going as far as to dismiss a new colleague by presumably killing him for being weak.[23] The reason that he killed the five hundred soldiers in his past was due to another belief of his - the belief that weakness is a sin. Personally, he believes anyone who shows weakness is no better than a criminal.[24]

However, it appears that in spite of his stoic and professional appearance, Lucci is far from emotionless or beyond provocation. Beneath his expressionless demeanor, lies tremendous pride and arrogance along with extreme bloodthirst. In the Tower of Justice at Enies Lobby, he revealed that he only joined the World Government so he could be legally allowed to kill people; a sentiment which dates back to his childhood. An example of Lucci's lust for violence is when he compromised the mission of bringing Robin to the Gates of Justice, by allowing Monkey D. Luffy to tail him for the sole purpose of having a battle, smirking when Luffy burst through the door.[14]

In and out of combat, Lucci is very sadistic and also seems to derive amusement and gratification from inflicting physical and emotional pain on others. These scenes, along with his anticipation of battle, are the only times where he feels genuinely happy.[25] As an example of his sadism, Lucci once flooded an entire passageway in an attempt to kill the Straw Hat crew members moving through it, simply because he wanted to eliminate Luffy's chances of having everything, just to anger him.[26] Lucci has a habit of demoralizing and taunting his opponents, which is seen various times during his confrontation with Luffy, where he constantly brought up the possibility of killing Nico Robin.[27]

Lastly, while understated initially, it is very clear Lucci's title of the strongest in CP9's history has massively elevated his ego, leading to what appears to be a superiority complex. This pride also means he has a very low tolerance for insults. During his fight with Luffy, Lucci did not pay attention to Usopp until he started insulting him. In addition, he reacts rather violently to anyone calling him a gaki (slang in Japanese for "kid" or "brat"), responding with a kick and a retort both times after Iceburg and Franky referred to him as such.[28][29] This is perhaps best exemplified by his reencounter with Luffy at Egghead, where Lucci was eager to fight him again while disregarding Kaku and Stussy's warnings that they needed permission from the World Government to do so due to Luffy's new status. Aside from Lucci's own personal vendetta towards Luffy for defeating him two years ago, Lucci cannot accept the fact that a "mere pirate" was able to defeat CP9's strongest and ignored all warnings and protocols just so he could battle Luffy one more time. Sometimes, Lucci's pride borders on unfitting childishness as, despite losing once more, he still stubbornly refused to acknowledge Luffy's power or his stature as an Emperor of the Sea despite the latter's victory against Kaidou, although he would later relent and admit his enemy's status as an Emperor.

CP9's Independent Report

Lucci showing gratitude to the doctors who saved his life.

Despite all this apparent lack of morality, Lucci has displayed some, if very little, sympathy for those he dubs innocent. When the Candy Pirates were attacking a small village, he quickly dispatched the captain to save the people,[30] though his demonstration of Absolute Justice later prompts him and his comrades to leave.[31] This shows that deep down, he is not completely heartless and is more honorable to the people he respects. Likewise, he shows concern for his pet pigeon Hattori, sending him away when in dangerous situations. Lastly, he expressed gratitude to the doctor who saved his life after his clash with Luffy on Enies Lobby.[17]

After the timeskip, Lucci's personality has largely stayed the same, as he condoned Saint Charlos' attempts to claim Shirahoshi as a slave during the Levely. He maintains that the Celestial Dragons are divine and have the right to obtain what they want from normal humans.[32] Still, he is one of the few government agents that is willing to question and delve into the ongoings of the institution, regardless of the dangers of doing so.

Lucci also appears to be very honest when he is not under orders to maintain his cover. Even when his enemies had him in cuffs and his only hope of survival was to convince them to release him, he still answered all their questions truthfully without hesitation, even though his answers would have made them want to free him less.[33] That said, this all turned out to be deception from his part, showing that Lucci can be patient and pragmatic in extremely unfavorable situations.




Blueno Saves CP9

Lucci saved by Blueno.

With the exception of Spandam, Lucci has known his fellow CP9 colleagues since growing up together during childhood, though he rarely expressed any concern for them beyond his usual arrogance and superiority. Despite Lucci's cold reputation as a mass murderer, the core members of CP9 (excluding Spandam) genuinely care for Lucci's well-being, evidenced in their efforts to raise money to help pay for an operation that Lucci needed to save his life and their celebration when he was discharged from the hospital. He also had a fierce rivalry with Jabra that was most evidently expressed by their opposing Zoan fruit forms.[9]

Lucci did not care for CP9's newest agent, Nero, stating that his defeat was expected due to his inability to use the whole Rokushiki moveset. As such, Lucci decided to kill him after his defeat by Franky by stabbing Nero multiple times in the back with Shigan and throwing him into the ocean.[23]


Lucci has a generally good relationship with his fellow assassin Kaku, considering him his partner. They both spent 5 years under disguise as Galley-La employees and were among the most competent and reasonable of the shipwrights working there. Kaku respects Lucci's strength and often obeys and follows his orders, as if the latter was his superior. Lucci overall cares about Kaku's well-being and even requested Marcus Mars to spare his friend, who was badly injury and trapped, at one point.[34]

As members of CP0, their relationship more or less remains the same, with Kaku's more excitable personality generally contrasting with Lucci's aloofness. That said, Kaku is sometimes annoyed by Lucci's audacity in not following proper protocols and questioning the government. Kaku in particular was baffled at Lucci's outright honesty about declaring his intentions to kill all the Straw Hats, when they were both trying to convince Luffy and Zoro to release them from seastone handcuffs in the first place.

Jabra and Lucci Rivalry

Shadowy silhouettes of Lucci and Jabra expressing their rivalry in their most feral form.

Lucci and Jabra appear to have a fierce rivalry, owning to their opposing Zoan themes of a feline and a canine respectively. During their first reunion at Enies Lobby after 5 years, both agents quickly devolved into petty mockery and calling the other names, forcing the other CP9 members to talk some sense to them when hostilities became too intense.

Despite their rivalry, Jabra still seems to care about Lucci's well being, raising money to help pay for an operation that Lucci needed to save his life.

Spandam and Lucci at Dressrosa

Lucci working with Spandam.

Even though he highly disregards Spandam as a weakling, Lucci still acknowledged him as his boss without question.[9] However, he did appear to harbor some disdain for Spandam, having flippantly referred to his boss as "a certain idiot" and wishing he could witness Luffy's excellent initiative as a leader.[35] Spandam also believed in Lucci's strength, and he always referred to him as the strongest agent of Cipher Pol 9's history.[11]

Their dynamic would change after the destruction of Enies Lobby, where Spandam and his father Spandine had Lucci and his fellow former subordinates framed as scapegoats to cover his own mishap. Likewise, Lucci vowed to Spandam and his father that they would return one day to find them.[36] After thwarting a treacherous operation orchestrated by Spandine,[37] Lucci was reinstated to the World Government alongside Spandam as members of CP0 with their roles reversed, with the latter now having to serve his former henchman as his superior.[3]

World Government[]

CP9 Stands on the Tower of Justice

Lucci ready to fight alongside the rest of CP9 in the World Government's turf.

As the strongest Cipher Pol agent in CP9, the World Government saw Lucci as a very important asset to their cause and his strength is acknowledged by the Marines and even the Warlords. Lucci was willing to do whatever it takes for their sake and followed the doctrine of Absolute Justice; he believed that the 500 soldiers who surrendered to pirates were no different than criminals who deserved death, and the Government apparently did not argue with his unauthorized killing of them. However, after Spandam framed CP9 for his debacles, Lucci and his colleagues briefly became fugitives of the World Government.

As of the time skip, however, this seems to have been rectified after the former agents successfully stopped a plot lead by Spandine from committing an unsanctioned act of aggression alongside former Level 6 prisoners of Impel Down and certain parties of the Underworld.[37] For his service, Lucci has been reinstated and promoted to CP0, and Spandam has since been demoted from his former position as CP0 Chief into his current subordinate role.[3] While Lucci is loyal to the World Government, he also calls to question with some of their decision-making; namely their order to eliminate the world-famous scientist Vegapunk. During the Egghead Arc, Lucci's constant desire to fight Luffy for revenge after the Enies Lobby incident caused him to ignore the usual protocols from the World Government that prohibited fights with the Four Emperors, showing that while Lucci will loyally carry out any given mission, he either does not care or is not afraid to disregard certain rules of conduct to do so.

Ultimately, despite Lucci's loyalty and status, Jaygarcia Saturn of the Five Elders deemed him expendable regarding the situation at Egghead, prioritizing the safety of York, Punk Records, and the power plant needed to produce the Mother Flame, over one of their best agents. Marcus Mars of the Elders also brushed off Lucci's request to spare Kaku as difficult.


Despite working for the World Government, Lucci is indifferent towards the Marines and shows no hesitation to sacrifice their men to reach his goals. That being said, many marines like Vice-Admiral Onigumo and Admiral Borsalino hold Lucci's strength and competency in high esteem, considering him a valuable asset.

World Nobles[]

As an agent of CP0, Lucci has absolute loyalty to the World Nobles, regardless of their immense tyranny, believing that their status as gods privileges them to do whatever they want, even if it means enslaving a princess or assassinating a king. Thus, while Lucci dutifully obeyed Charlos' orders to enslave Shirahoshi and also to execute Neptune for his defiance, he did not interfere when Mjosgard, another World Noble, punished Charlos for his atrocity. In One Piece Film: Gold, however, the completion of a mission is more important to him than the well-being of the Celestial Dragons, as he completely disregarded the safety of Camael and his noble companion and was more than willing to lose them to collateral damage if it meant accomplishing his goal.


Straw Hat Pirates[]

Among the Straw Hat Pirates, there are two particular people that Lucci once targeted for mission purposes: Nico Robin and Franky, the first for her knowledge of the Poneglyphs and the latter for being suspected of having the blueprints of Pluton. While Robin was already a long-time target of the organization, Franky only caught Lucci's eye after he figured out the shipwright's true identity as Cutty Flam.

While disguised as an employee of Galley-La, Lucci was professional and helpful towards the Straw Hats, explaining to them about the issues of repairing the Going Merry. After revealing himself as a government agent, however, Lucci became hostile towards the group. That said, he honored the deal he made with Robin beforehand to spare the Straw Hat crew and leave them alone as long as she renounced membership and cooperated with their mission. This deal fell through when the Straw Hats insisted in pursuing Lucci and CP9 to Enies Lobby, at which point he considered them valid targets for killing.

The members of the Straw Hat Pirates are all aware of how powerful and dangerous Lucci is. They acknowledged that if Luffy did not hold him off at Enies Lobby, many of them would have been killed by the assassin. Even after two years and having grown much stronger, the Weakling Trio remain terrified of Lucci and wanted to avoid being on the same island as him, despite not being his current target.

Monkey D. Luffy[]
Lucci Fighting Luffy With Shigan Madara

Lucci and Luffy locked in combat.

Lucci personally made an enemy out of the Straw Hats' captain, Luffy. The two engaged in a vicious battle at the tower of Enies Lobby. Lucci was an extremely formidable opponent and made Luffy exert himself through raw physical power more than ever before, to the point where Luffy was unable to move after the battle. Despite being enemies, Lucci ultimately respected Luffy's strength and determination, saying that it would have been boring for him to have died in the Buster Call bombardment, and also added that Luffy is a worthy captain for having absolute faith in his crew and their ability to survive.

Awakened Zoans Retaining Personality

Lucci and Luffy face off again on Egghead in their awakened states.

Lucci would later re-encounter Luffy during the Egghead Arc as CP0's attack against Dr. Vegapunk began.[38] In spite of being fully aware of Luffy's status as one of the Four Emperors, Lucci chose to disregard the World Government's protocol, which prevented confronting an Emperor without clearance, due to the events of Enies Lobby two years ago. The agent then revealed his new awakened form, teasing Luffy about being not the only one to have gotten stronger and immediately clashed with Straw Hat in his awakened state as well, continuing to ignore any protocols for the chance to avenge his prior defeat. Despite being ordered not to attack the Straw Hat Pirates on Egghead until the Marines arrived, Lucci continued to not listen, admitting he did not acknowledge Luffy as an Emperor.[39]

Later on, when the Seraphim were ordered to kill both the captive CP0 and the Straw Hats, Lucci and Kaku had no choice but to ask to be freed and then team up with Luffy and Zoro to survive,[40] with Lucci rather boldly admitting he would never attack the other members of the Straw Hat Pirates or the SSG before he eliminated Luffy first.[33] Still, Lucci would later go back on his word and attempt to assassinate Dr. Vegapunk once more.[41] When he starts fighting Zoro, he calls him the No. 2 of an Emperor, indicating that he has now come to acknowledge Luffy's title.[42]

Luffy always refers to Lucci as "Pigeon Guy" (ハトの奴, Hato no Yatsu?), even after the timeskip. This mostly stems from Luffy being quite impressed by Lucci's ventriloquist act back when the latter was under disguise.

Nico Robin[]

Lucci, along with the whole of CP9, was a major enemy of Nico Robin. However, Lucci was especially interested in arresting her because of her symbolic existence and threat against the World Government.

As part of a deal he made with Robin, Lucci and the rest of CP9 would leave the Straw Hats alone if she simply left the crew and cooperated with their mission to find the blueprints for Pluton. However, since Robin did not expect the Straw Hats to go to such extremes for her at Enies Lobby, the deal was called off. While fighting Luffy, Lucci would frequently taunt him about Robin and how he would never allow her to live.

During the Raid on Onigashima, Lucci, now part of CP0, requested his fellow agents to capture Nico Robin, which ended unsuccessfully.


Because of his relation to Tom and Iceburg and the possibility of being the Pluton blueprint holder, Franky was a person of interest to Lucci. After dealing with Iceburg, Lucci attacked the Franky Family, interrogated Zambai and invaded Franky's secret warehouse (the former Tom's Workers HQ) to search for the blueprints, all of which earned Franky's ire.[43] Lucci also had Franky arrested for the accident he caused years ago (that Tom took responsibility for) as an excuse to bring him to Enies Lobby as well and question him further.

Later, at Enies Lobby, Franky revealed he indeed had the blueprints all along and burned them in front of CP9, much to Lucci's shock, as the action rendered his mission to retrieve them all for naught. Franky, alongside Luffy, also confronted Lucci briefly, who commended on the cyborg's abilities, but turned out to be way below the assassin's league in terms of power.

Roronoa Zoro[]

Lucci briefly clashed with Zoro when he first revealed his CP9 identity, blocking his strike and throwing him away along with Luffy.

Two years later, upon Marine Admiral Kizaru's arrival to Egghead island, Lucci would shed his façade of an alliance with Vegapunk and the Straw Hat Pirates (something that Zoro himself was against from the beginning). After incapacitating Stussy during a failed attempt on Vegapunk's life, Lucci engaged Zoro in combat, during which they fought at their maximum strength while Kizaru fought Luffy, with Lucci stating that killing Zoro would be as satisfying as killing Luffy, a feat Zoro claimed would be impossible for Lucci to achieve. During their battle Zoro struck Lucci with a heavy blow leaving him weakened, but before Lucci could attempt anything else Zoro was forced to escape, ending their fight.


Iceburg was the holder of the plans to Pluton for four years after Tom's death. After those four years, he secretly gave them to the man who he thought to be dead, Cutty Flam. As this was done in secret, the government still believed that Iceburg was in possession of the plans. As such, he was forever pestered by officials who came to try and convince him to hand over the plans. After years of being stalked by government officers for the Pluton plans, the strongest divisions of the Cipher Pol were secretly sent for Iceburg.

Without him knowing, four of the CP9 agents infiltrated Water 7 and disguised themselves to look like normal people, with several even gaining entries into his trusted inner circle. Three more masked people entered the room and revealed themselves to be not only CP9, but also people that Iceburg trusted: Lucci, Kalifa, Kaku, and bartender Blueno. Lucci revealed his theory about the real Pluton blueprints' whereabouts, while Kaku felt his pulse, and Iceburg's heightened and nervous reactions only confirmed it. Lucci later offered to step on Iceburg's face to prove his antagonism, showing no attachment for his former boss.


During his five years working undercover as a shipwright under Iceburg, Lucci acted as a friend to fellow shipwright Paulie. Despite Lucci's actions against Paulie's gambling addiction, the two were seemingly very close. However, upon CP9 finally making their move and revealing themselves, in which Paulie initially attempted to claim to be some misunderstanding, Lucci showed his complete aloofness in revealing that their five years friendship was an act, and brutally attacked Paulie while rebuffing his claim that he still thought they were friends.

Candy Pirates[]

The crew invaded St. Poplar during one of their raids. Lucci attacked the captain while the other CP9 agents struck out at his crew. However, the citizens became horrified when Lucci took the attack too far, and began to show "excessive justice" against their captain by stepping on the pirate's skull.[30]


Stussy Dodges Lucci

Lucci tries to kill Stussy, but fails.

Stussy is one of Lucci's former fellow CP0 agents. They generally held a professional relationship, although Stussy cautioned Lucci several times about questioning and disobeying the World Government.

However, Lucci was shocked to find out Stussy was double agent for Vegapunk all along, betraying him and Kaku, which led to Lucci unsuccessfully attempting to kill her on the spot.[44] In the end, Lucci claimed he would never forgive Stussy for her betrayal and made good on his words after stabbing her later on with a Shigan, albeit unintended.



Having known each other since childhood, Hattori is the closest relationship Lucci has despite his infamous reputation as a mass-murderer. The pigeon is shown to be both loyal and unafraid of Lucci as he stays alongside his master even in dangerous situations. When Lucci is not fighting, Hattori is usually perched on his master's right shoulder. Lucci would have had to express some emotions to blend in with citizens while undercover, but Hattori did this for him as his ventriloquist dummy; this allowed Lucci to be somewhat sociable while remaining emotionless.[45] While Hattori reverted to being an ordinary pigeon after Lucci was revealed to be an assassin, he occasionally exhibits human traits such as drinking from a cup.

Abilities and Powers[]

In battle, nothing is ever certain. Before the incident at Enies Lobby, no one thought that Rob Lucci could lose.
— Bartholomew Kuma warning Gecko Moria to never underestimate the Straw Hats.[46]

Rob Lucci Slaughters Soldiers

Even at a young age, Lucci was extremely deadly.

As the strongest member in CP9's entire history, Lucci garnered an infamous reputation even acknowledged by Bartholomew Kuma of the Seven Warlords of the Sea, who noted that no one could have foreseen Lucci's defeat.[46] Even at the tender age of 13, Lucci was already known to be a very capable mass murderer, having killed 500 of a kingdom's soldiers as well as a pirate crew single-handedly. By adulthood, Lucci had become by far the strongest agent in CP9 history,[11] with his Doriki at 4000 (almost twice that of the second strongest agent, Kaku's 2200).[9] Franky remarked that Lucci's strength was levels above the rest of CP9 and that, had it not been for Luffy holding him off with their fight, he was unsure how many of their comrades would have been slaughtered.[47] Since his first known loss to Luffy, Lucci grew more powerful and is now officially part of CP0, which is considered to be the strongest and most exclusive of the Cipher Pols.[3] He would also assume a position of authority within CP0, usually giving orders and instruction to other masked agents. However, he proved to be no match for Luffy after the young pirate become one of the Four Emperors. While he was able to fight against Roronoa Zoro, the "No. 2" of the Straw Hat Pirates, on even grounds, he was not able to defeat the pirate hunter and suffered serious wounds from him, effectively losing the fight.

Because of his reputation, Lucci is a very valuable asset to the World Government, almost to the point of legend.[11] Vice Admiral Onigumo even believed that he could survive a Buster Call attack.[22]

Lucci is also a skilled ventriloquist, meaning he is capable of making his voice sound like it is coming from somewhere else, most notably from his pet pigeon Hattori.

Physical Abilities[]

Having undergone extremely hard Rokushiki training from early childhood, Lucci has developed extraordinary physical prowess, well beyond any other CP9 agent; specifically, 400 times stronger than a common, armed soldier (eight times greater than the necessary minimum to be considered "superhuman") according to his Doriki, without transforming.[9]

Lucci possesses tremendous durability and reserves of stamina. Even after taking a considerable amount of damage from Luffy's Gear 2 attacks, Lucci barely flinched and resumed the battle after being slammed into two buildings by Luffy's Gigant Pistol, though he was almost knocked out and took heavy damage later. At only the age of 13, he came out untroubled, without showing any signs of pain after being shot at from behind by multiple cannon shots, only receiving the scars on his back.[22] Strength-wise, he could temporarily knock out Franky, a powerful cyborg immune to bullets, with a single blow before sending him crashing through a wall with a kick. He could block Sanji's kick with his forearm without using Tekkai. As a user of Shigan, his fingers are extremely strong, allowing him to penetrate stone pavement with a simple grip. Lucci also easily caught Luffy's face with one arm, despite his own great strength, while at the same time shrugging off all his punches, and then casually threw him into a wall.[48] During a brief confrontation against those who were trying to defend Shirahoshi from Charlos, Lucci was able to catch Leo, who is a very fast, small dwarf, and effortlessly push Sai, the leader of the Happo Navy, with a single kick.[32]

Lucci is a highly skilled and formidable hand-to-hand combatant, as shown when he fought Luffy in their second match, before Luffy used Gear 2. Lucci fought an even battle with him without using his Devil Fruit powers, and was even slightly superior, as he got more hits on his opponent than the Straw Hat captain did to him. Furthermore, he barely used the more offensive techniques like Shigan and Rankyaku until Luffy started using his Gears.

Tactical Skills[]

Along with his great superhuman prowess, Lucci is a highly intelligent and cunning individual, being able to become a master carpenter within a 5-year period merely as a form of espionage and surveillance over his "boss" Iceburg (whom CP9 believed to have possession of the blueprints for the Ancient Weapon Pluton), and even when it was discovered otherwise, Lucci quickly deduced the next most likely candidate (Franky) based solely on their adolescent friendship. He and the other CP9 agents that infiltrated Water 7 deceived every single inhabitant, a clear sign of their manipulative skills.

A master tactician, Lucci managed to almost single-handedly eliminate the Straw Hat Pirates (excluding Luffy, whom he was battling) by understanding the structure of his environment and firing a well-aimed "Rankyaku" through a stone wall, flooding the ground floor of the Tower of Justice and all its hidden underground passages with seawater.[26] Had it not been for the unexpected arrival of Kokoro and her mermaid heritage, they would not have survived. He also quickly analyzed the mechanics behind Luffy's Gear 2 technique after engaging it for just a couple of minutes at most, explaining it to the rubber-man and stating that such bodily pressure would shave years off his lifespan.[49] The fact that he was able to reach the same level as the Galley La carpenters (who spend their whole life building their skills) in five years just to do an undercover job shows a great talent for it.

As an experienced spy, Lucci is very effective at gathering information and sending it to his superiors without arousing suspicion. Admiral Kizaru and Saint Marcus Mars of the Five Elders have both praised Lucci for his intel gathering capabilities during the Egghead Incident.[50]


Since Lucci worked as a shipwright during his mission on Water 7, this means that he has some carpentry skills and knowledge about ships. He worked as a sawyer, treenail, and bolt specialist. He, along with Kaku, was able to recognize that the Pluton blueprints Franky revealed on Enies Lobby were indeed real.[43]


Main article: Rokushiki

Lucci effortlessly dispatches Paulie.

Lucci has the greatest mastery of Rokushiki within CP9's entire history, having developed more powerful variations from each of the different forms. He was able to skillfully use Soru and Shigan against 500 soldiers as a child, he fatally pierced their armor along with their bodies; he also used Tekkai to break two swords effortlessly.

By adulthood, Lucci's extraordinary skill in Rokushiki, combined with his Devil Fruit powers, allowed him to use improved variations of the martial art, such as Rankyaku: Gaicho, which could cleave through the iron hull of a Marine battleship, and Tobu Shigan: Bachi, which could pierce Luffy's rubber body with mere flicks of compressed air. In his hybrid form, a simple Rankyaku was enough to slice through the Galley-La Headquarters and cause most of the building to collapse. His high skill in Tekkai allowed him to casually block an attack from Roronora Zoro, a swordsman that can easily slice steel. Indeed, Franky's Strong Hammer, which sent his fellow CP9 agent Fukurou flying through two walls, despite his use of Tekkai, failed to make Lucci budge an inch, as the assassin's Doriki was five times his. Most notably, he used a hidden, seventh Rokushiki technique, Rokuogan, during his fight with Luffy. The massively powerful technique was so strong that it caused severe internal injury to Luffy's body, who described its effect as an Impact Dial with greatly amplified power, which is no small feat, considering that he is made of rubber. With his complete mastery of Rokushiki, in conjunction with his Devil Fruit ability, Lucci proved to be a tremendously resilient and formidable foe, fighting on equal footing with Luffy in Gear 2, even being slightly superior, forcing Luffy to use Gear 3 to weaken him and in the end use all his forces against him.

Two years later, after his promotion to CP0 and the awakening of his Devil Fruit, Lucci's skill in Rokushiki has only grown, as not only are his old techniques more powerful than before, but he has also exhibited completely new moves.

Seimei Kikan[]

Main article: Seimei Kikan

It has been revealed that Lucci can perform Seimei Kikan, like Kumadori, and use it to alter his Zoan transformation that amplify his skills in a specific Rokushiki ability. However, only the Kami-e Form, which makes his man-beast form smaller and thinner, more like an average man-size, has been seen.

Devil Fruit[]

Further information: Neko Neko no Mi, Model: Leopard
Neko Neko no Mi, Model Leopard Human-Beast Form

Lucci in his Human-Beast Leopard form.

Lucci ate the Neko Neko no Mi, Model: Leopard, a Zoan-type Devil Fruit which allows him to transform into a full leopard, or a bulky leopard-human hybrid at will.[51]

As Zoan class Devil Fruits enhance physical capabilities the most, it is most favored by martial artists like Lucci, who is able to integrate the unique traits of his Devil Fruit, such as claws and stronger legs, to greatly enhance the effects of his techniques. Also, being a carnivorous animal, Lucci is more bloodthirsty and predatory than a regular Zoan class user, proven when he mauled Luffy as an actual leopard.[22]

By using Seimei Kikan, Lucci can transform his bulky hybrid body into a more slender form. This smaller body greatly increases his speed, but at the cost of decreasing his Zoan enhanced strength.


Neko Neko no Mi Model Leopard Awakened Form

Lucci in his Awakened form.

Lucci has also achieved Devil Fruit Awakening, letting him assume a new, much more powerful hybrid form, which greatly enhances his physical strength, speed, as well as his recovery rate. Unlike most Awakened Zoans, Lucci's personality was not overtaken by the animal nature of the Devil Fruit.[52] In this awakened form, he could somewhat match Luffy, while in his own Awakened form for a time,[53] even meeting him in a fist clash and withstanding his Gomu Gomu no Mogura Pistol;[54] however, he was soon overpowered after Luffy started putting more force behind his attacks.[55] Nevertheless, Lucci was able to confront Zoro, a pirate with a bounty of over a billion, for an extended period of time while in this form, even managing to remain standing after being hit with a seemingly finishing move.


Main article: Haki

Busoshoku Haki[]

Lucci's Busoshoku Haki

Lucci hardens his leg to block Zoro's swords.

Lucci possesses the ability to use Busoshoku Haki.[5] He demonstrated incredible skill with this form of Haki during his rematch against Luffy after the timeskip. While "Awakened", Lucci hardened his fists and clashed with the emperor who is a powerful Busoshoku Haki master in his own right.[53] His hardened claws could also bypass Sentomaru's advanced-grade defensive Busoshoku Haki.[56] Even in his human form, he could block Zoro's Haki enhanced swords with his hardened leg.[57]

Non-canonically, he was also seen hardening his arm, while fighting Sabo in One Piece Film: Gold.[58]

Kenbunshoku Haki[]

Lucci possesses the ability to use Kenbunshoku Haki.[5] He demonstrated this ability on Egghead, when he sensed Jaygarcia Saturn's arrival.[59] Later on, he sensed the arrival of the rest of the Five Elders, showing curiosity about their powerful Haki.[60]

Anime and Manga Differences[]


They were criminals, so I killed them in name of justice... As soldiers, weakness is a sin. They surrendered to evil, and caused a crisis in the kingdom. That type of soldier doesn't deserve to live. So they're dead.
— Lucci's view on justice as explained in the anime

The anime follows the same trend for Lucci's back story, but with several differences and elaborations.

Teenage Lucci

Thirteen-year-old Lucci in the anime.

After being sent, he approached the king, who begged Lucci to save the soldiers, but Lucci told the king not to question the ways of the World Government. This left the king to wonder what the Government was thinking, sending a young boy to such a dangerous assignment. Lucci stepped into the pirates' ship and claimed to serve justice against them, and they laughed and mocked him. After sarcastically telling Lucci to go home, two pirates attempted to strike him down with swords, but Lucci blocked it with his Tekkai.

The crew thought Lucci was using some weird ability, and the captain warned that if Lucci resisted anymore, the hostages would die. Then, with the crew pointing guns at Lucci's head, he ordered his men to take Lucci to the prison along with the other soldiers, as a way to insult the World Government. After the pirates locked Lucci in and mocked him further, Lucci ensured that all the hostages were there - then, using his Rokushiki techniques, he brutally massacred all 500 hostages while the oblivious pirate crew was still enjoying their celebration party.

When one of the pirates came to check out on the prisoners, he ran screaming for his captain - and the entire crew saw, to their horror and fury, all of their precious hostages murdered, with Lucci standing on top of the mountain of corpses, his victims' blood dripping from his hand. After a short argument on the justice of the World Government, the captain angrily ordered his crew to use their mortars - the very weapons that forced the soldiers to surrender - to kill Lucci, with five cannonballs striking Lucci right in the back. The captain said that Lucci deserved it for looking down on them, then complained how their perfect plan was ruined.

In the midst of his complaint, he saw, to his shock and horror, that Lucci had survived the blast and had stood back up from the inferno, with his back scarred a shape reminiscent of the World Government's logo. Lucci then used his Soru to swiftly appear before the captain and seized him by the face, then, despite the captain's futile attempt to pry himself free, Lucci launched a barrage of Shigan (much like Shigan Oren) to brutally stab the captain to death, letting his corpse crash down onto the ground. The remnants of the crew realized that the child in front of them is in fact a heartless monster who is immune to weapons and hostage situations, they knew they had no chance of winning, and screamed in horror while fleeing. Whether they were pursued and killed is not known. With that, Lucci's mission came to completion.

Regardless of which version, the scar that Lucci gained on his back vaguely resembles the symbol of the World Government. Also, Lucci's view of justice explained in the anime is also mentioned by Oda in an SBS, who says he cut it out of the manga in order for the story to move along faster.

Punk Hazard Arc[]

In the manga, Lucci appears in silhouette as one of the brokers watching Caesar's broadcast,[61] which is confirmed in One Piece Doors! Vol. 2[62] as well as Vivre Card databook listing an appearance for Lucci in the Punk Hazard Arc.[5] However, due to the ambiguity of the panel, the anime replaces Lucci with a different character with a thick mustache and a different voice actor.[63]

Lucci Silhouette Punk Hazard
Lucci's silhouette in Chapter 692.
Anonymous Broker Replacing Rob Lucci
The broker in Episode 618.

Major Battles[]

Filler Battles[]

Early Concepts[]

An early design of Lucci had him without his goatee and distinctive lips.[64]

Early W7 designs
Early concept designs of Lucci and other Galley-La Company employees.
CP9 Early
Early concept designs of Lucci and other CP9 agents.


He was featured in the second wave of the One Piece VS Figure Gashapon series, in the Portrait of Pirates: Neo-6 wave of figurines, in the Dokodemo Swing and Animal Mascot strap sets, in Bandai's FC candy toy sets, and in the Plex Anime Heroes Enies Lobby set. He will also be represented in the upcoming Deforme Figure Keyholder set and the High Spec Coloring 5 set.

Video Games[]

Playable Appearances[]

Enemy Appearances[]

Support Appearances[]

Other Appearances[]

Other Media[]

Lucci and Hattori Water Battle
Lucci and Hattori in Water Battle 2019.
Lucci Leopard Water Battle
Lucci's leopard form in Water Battle 2019.


  • In the 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, and 7th fan polls of most popular characters, Lucci was ranked 12th, 19th, 41st, 43rd, and 43rd, respectively. Making him the second most popular of the CP9 members in the 3rd and 4th (after Kaku in both cases), the most popular in the 5th, 6th, and 7th.
  • According to the 22nd Log, Lucci's role as an antagonist during the Water 7 Saga was a relatively late decision by Oda and not part of his original plans. Apparently, Lucci was going to be just one of the many shipwrights introduced during the Water 7 Arc before Oda changed him into an undercover CP9 agent.
  • Lucci's favorite food is brandy, and his least favorite food is spam.[5]
  • Lucci is the only known Cipher Pol agent with a surname.

SBS-Based Trivia[]

  • Lucci's birthday, June 2, comes from his surname since 6-2 can be derived from ro-bu.[8]
  • A fan noted that Rob is another word for "steal" and Lucci sounds similar to luce, meaning "light" in Italian, thus potentially giving his name the meaning of "steal the light", which follows his theme of dark justice. However, when the fan asked if Oda named him this on purpose, Oda answered did not know about it.[65]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 34 Chapter 327 (p. 3) and Episode 232, Lucci is introduced.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 34 Chapter 323 and Episode 230, Lucci makes his debut.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 80 Chapter 801 (p. 2) and Episode 746.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 36 Chapter 345 (p. 16-19) and Episode 243, Lucci is revealed to be affiliated with CP9.
  5. 5.00 5.01 5.02 5.03 5.04 5.05 5.06 5.07 5.08 5.09 5.10 Vivre Card - One Piece Visual Dictionary (Card #0377), Information about Lucci is revealed.
  6. SBS One Piece Manga — Vol. 47 (p. 26), Lucci's age is revealed.
  7. One Piece Blue Deep: Characters World (p. 204), Lucci's profile after timeskip is revealed.
  8. 8.0 8.1 SBS One Piece Manga — Vol. 43 (p. 128), Lucci's birthday is revealed.
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 40 Chapter 379 (p. 3-15) and Episodes 266267, Lucci's group report to Spandam.
  10. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 90 Chapter 907 (p. 12) and Episode 886, Lucci's name is romanized.
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 11.3 11.4 11.5 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 44 Chapter 422 (p. 3-5) and Episode 305, Vice Admiral Doberman talks about Lucci's past.
  12. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 34 Chapter 324 (p. 17) and Episode 230.
  13. SBS One Piece Manga — Vol. 42 (p. 66).
  14. 14.0 14.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 42 Chapter 409 (p. 17-19) and Episode 293, Lucci confronts Luffy.
  15. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 36 Chapter 342 (p. 18) and Episode 242, Lucci is seen wearing his costume.
  16. SBS One Piece Manga — Vol. 44 (p. 86), Lucci is drawn as a child.
  17. 17.0 17.1 One Piece Manga — Vol. 52 Chapter 506, cover story: CP9's Independent Report Vol. 15, Lucci leaves hospital.
  18. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 37 Chapter 347 (p. 10) and Episode 245, Lucci tries to kill Paulie but is stopped by Luffy.
  19. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 38 Chapter 361 (p. 3) and Episode 252, Lucci tells an official that he has no regret leaving Water 7.
  20. 20.0 20.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 40 Chapter 382 (p. 15) and Episode 269, Lucci states some of his ideals to Spandam and says he's not required to agree with Spandam's.
  21. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 44 Chapter 426 and Episode 308.
  22. 22.0 22.1 22.2 22.3 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 44 Chapter 422 (p. 7-18) and Episode 305, Lucci's fight against Luffy continues.
  23. 23.0 23.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 39 Chapter 373 (p. 10-12) and Episode 262, Lucci's regard to Nero.
  24. SBS One Piece Manga — Vol. 45 (p. 88), In Chapter 422, it said that Rob Lucci killed 500 hostages and took the captain's head. Why did he have to kill the 500 hostages?
  25. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 42 Chapter 404 (p. 2) and Episode 288, Lucci realizes Luffy is following him and Robin.
  26. 26.0 26.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 44 Chapter 420 (p. 15-17) and Episode 302, Lucci uses Rankyaku to flood the passage in seawater for his friends and crewmates.
  27. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 44 Chapter 421 (p. 8) and Episode 304, Lucci taunts Luffy.
  28. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 36 Chapter 346 and Episode 244.
  29. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 37 Chapter 353 (p. 8) and Episode 249, Lucci retorts to Franky that he does not have to tell the CP9 immediately as they have a trump card.
  30. 30.0 30.1 One Piece Manga — Vol. 53 Chapter 513, cover story: CP9's Independent Report Vol. 21, Lucci defeats the Candy Pirates' captain by crushing his skull.
  31. One Piece Manga — Vol. 53 Chapter 514, cover story: CP9's Independent Report Vol. 22, Lucci and his colleagues decide to leave St. Poplar.
  32. 32.0 32.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 90 Chapter 907 (p. 10-16) and Episode 886, Lucci protects Charlos.
  33. 33.0 33.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 106 Chapter 1076 (p. 5-9) and Episode 1109, Luffy frees Lucci to get help against the Seraphim.
  34. One Piece Manga — Chapter 1111 (p. 7).
  35. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 44 Chapter 421 (p. 9) and Episode 304, Lucci refers to his boss as an idiot.
  36. One Piece Manga — Vol. 54 Chapters 524 and 525, cover story: CP9's Independent Report Vol. 30-31, Lucci contacts Spandam using a Den Den Mushi and tells him that he and his colleagues will return to him someday.
  37. 37.0 37.1 SBS One Piece Manga — Vol. 109.
  38. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 106 Chapter 1068 (p. 17) and Episode 1099.
  39. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 106 Chapter 1071 (p. 6) and Episode 1102.
  40. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 106 Chapter 1075 (p. 14-15) and Episode 1108, Lucci and Kaku propose an alliance against the Seraphim.
  41. One Piece Manga — Vol. 108 Chapter 1091 (p. 16-18), Zoro stops Lucci from attacking Vegapunk.
  42. One Piece Manga — Vol. 108 Chapter 1093.
  43. 43.0 43.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 41 Chapter 399 (p. 9) and Episode 284.
  44. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 106 Chapter 1073 (p. 2) and Episode 1104.
  45. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 34 Chapter 327 (p. 7, 11) and Episode 252.
  46. 46.0 46.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 49 Chapter 474 (p. 14) and Episode 369, Bartholomew Kuma refers to Luffy's victory at Enies Lobby.
  47. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 44 Chapter 425 (p. 18) and Episode 308, Lucci's strength is recognized by Franky, Chopper, and Nami.
  48. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 37 Chapter 348 (p. 14-16) and Episode 245.
  49. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 44 Chapter 420 (p. 14) and Episode 302, Lucci deduced Luffy's Gear 2.
  50. One Piece Manga — Vol. 108 Chapter 1090 (p. 13), Kizaru praises Lucci for being a capable agent.
  51. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 37 Chapter 349 (p. 4-6) and Episode 246, The Neko Neko no Mi, Model: Leopard is revealed.
  52. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 106 Chapter 1069 (p. 6-7) and Episode 1100, Lucci's Awakened Devil Fruit form is shown.
  53. 53.0 53.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 106 Chapter 1069 (p. 10-11) and Episode 1100, Lucci and Luffy have a fist clash.
  54. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 106 Chapter 1069 (p. 15) and Episode 1100.
  55. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 106 Chapter 1070 (p. 9-11) and Episode 1101.
  56. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 106 Chapter 1070 (p. 2) and Episode 1101.
  57. One Piece Manga — Vol. 108 Chapter 1091.
  58. One Piece Movie — One Piece Film: Gold.
  59. One Piece Manga — Vol. 108 Chapter 1094 (p. 11), Lucci senses Saturn.
  60. One Piece Manga — Vol. 109 Chapter 1110 (p. 12).
  61. One Piece Manga — Vol. 70 Chapter 692 (p. 7), Lucci appears as one of the brokers.
  62. One Piece Doors! Vol. 2 (p. 219), Lucci's identity among the brokers is confirmed.
  63. One Piece Anime — Episode 618, A different character replaces Lucci as a broker.
  64. One Piece Color Walk 4 Eagle, An early sketch of Lucci's design is seen.
  65. SBS One Piece Manga — Vol. 42 (p. 146), The meaning of Lucci's surname and name is revealed.

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