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Crew's Jolly Roger is a white skull with two purple wings, and a white flame on each side of the skull.
- Mysterious Four (四怪人 Yonkaijin?): the four humans who rule Thriller Bark. They are Gecko Moria, Hogback, Absalom, and Perona.
- General Zombie: Once legendary figures, now commanders of the rest of the zombies. They are under the command of Absalom.
- Surprise Zombie: Zombies that disguise themselves as everyday objects to scare the enemies.
- Soldier Zombie: Common grunt zombies for combat.
- Wild Zombie: Wild animal zombies with high level strength. They are under the command of Perona.
- Special Zombie: A unique kind of zombie that is stronger than General Zombies. Oars was the only one of its kind.
- Spider Mice: Spider-like zombies that sneak up on and trap opponents with webs. They are under the command of Tararan.
- Further information: Thriller Bark
Thriller Bark was the ship that gave name to the Thriller Bark Pirates. It was an island that was transformed into a ship by Moria, and served as a ship for the crew until they defeat against the Straw Hat Pirates, although it seems to be later reclaimed by Moria who used it to travel to Pirate Island.
After Gecko Moria’s defeat, Hogback and Absalom were seen escaping from Thriller Bark (along with the still unconscious shichibukai) in a smaller ship with black sails and a bat figurehead.
A Flash Barrel is a barrel that contains the red flare inside used to signal Thriller Bark. It floats on the ocean at the entrance of the Florian Triangle, waiting for any passing ships. Whenever opened it will shoot out a red flare after which Perona's Ghost Network will start spying on them. This was a clever trick to pull sailors to Thriller Bark.
Purified Sea Salt
Purified Sea Salt is simply salt extracted from the sea, and purified. However, they play a crucial role in defeating the zombies on Thriller Bark. Since salt is an extract from the sea, it can be used to cancel the Kage Kage no Mi's shadow-extracting powers, and purify the zombies, rendering them a husk once again. The amount of salt needed to feed a zombie is proportional to its size, as Oars was immune to a small pellet of salt shot into his mouth.
Little is known about the crew's past. In the West Blue, Gecko Moria transformed the island Thriller Bark in a ship, and formed a crew reuniting to Absalom, Perona, and Hogback, that began to be called the "Mysterious Four".
Thriller Bark Arc
After the Straw Hat Pirates arrived at Thriller Bark, Moria stole the shadows of several of the members, and gave life to Oars thanks to Luffy's shadow. Finally, the Mysterious Four ended up being defeated, and the zombies returned to be lifeless bodies after the defeat of Moria.
After their defeat
After Kuma used his powers in her, Perona was in Kuraigana Island. While Moria was called to Marineford to fight in the war against White Beard. However, after the war he ended up being expelled from the Shichibukai.
During the Timeskip
At some point, Moria recovered Thriller Bark. While Absalom became a popular journalist under the nickname "Absa".
Wano Country Arc
After discovering news about Moria and her new army of zombies in the newspaper, Perona went on his search. In Pirate Island, Moria was looking for Teach, and when he met the Blackbeard Pirates, he discovered that Absalom was defeated by them.
- One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 46 Chapter 446 (p. 6) and Episode 340, Hogback is formally introduced.
- One Piece Manga — Vol. 47 Chapter 455 (p. 13), Moria's former bounty, motto and favorite phrase are revealed in his infobox.
- One Piece Manga — Vol. 92 Chapter 925 (p. 2 and 4), Crew's name appears on Perona and Moria's introductions
- One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 50 Chapter 486 and Episode 378, Moria, Absalom and Hogback are seen leaving Thriller Bark in an escapee ship.
- One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 70 Chapter 700 and Episode 629, A ship with a bat figurehead is seen leaving the Kid Pirates' base.
- One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 46 Chapter 442 and Episode 337.