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Lilith, also designated as Punk-02 (PUNK-02パンク ツー, Panku-Tsū?), is one of six satellites of Dr. Vegapunk, embodying his aspect of "evil".[2]

She is a major ally of the Straw Hat Pirates during the Egghead Arc.


Lilith has the appearance of a young woman with wild ginger hair and purple eyes, with her hair covering her right eye. She wears a pink full-body jumpsuit that bears her designation of Punk-02 on the left breast; she also wears a purple hooded coat, purple DOM shoes, black gloves, and a red aviator helmet.[1] Like the other satellites, she wears an earpiece and antenna on her left ear which enables communication with Vegapunk's other manifestations.[2]


Lilith Color Scheme
Lilith's color scheme in the manga.
Lilith Anime Concept Art
Lilith's anime concept art.
Lilith Helmet
Lilith wearing her helmet.


Being designated the "evil" satellite of Vegapunk, Lilith is the manifestation of Vegapunk's ruthless and malevolent traits, thus coming off as a very deceptive and untrustworthy individual. She utilizes her technology and weaponry to steal from voyagers, chiefly pirates, who trespass on Egghead, justifying this to Shaka as necessary for the sake of keeping Vegapunk's research operational.[2] She also thought nothing of handing the Straw Hat Pirates to CP0, being fully aware that Rob Lucci was an assassin.[3]

Lilith's behavior

Lilith's impulsive attitude.

Lilith possesses a rash attitude and often acts impulsively, annoyed and derisively. For this reason, she is one of the most outgoingly combative and daring of the satellites, being eager to confront any perceived enemies directly and violently, although she has moments of clarity and will pull back in situations she cannot win.[2] Lilith also hates being ordered around, especially by Shaka, her "good" counterpart whose exemplary behavior tends to constantly get under her skin.

Despite being "evil", Lilith actually has a compassionate side. She cares about her fellow satellites, as she wanted to fight CP0 to avenge Atlas. She also was deeply worried when Edison almost got killed by S-Shark's laser and relieved when Sanji saved him in time.

She uses the first-person pronoun washi (わし?), which is an old fashioned term usually associated with men in period fiction, such as samurai. She also uses stereotypical old fashioned speech patterns such as the copula ja (じゃ?).



While Vegapunk's satellites all refer to themselves as Vegapunk, they each exemplify only one portion of Vegapunk's personality, and all have their own wills and desires and are therefore effectively six unique people. While this normally isn't an issue as Vegapunk is supposed to synchronize his brain with all of his satellites via Punk Records, York decided to betray Vegapunk and her fellow satellites in an effort to become a World Noble. Once her treachery was revealed, she was effectively treated as an enemy by Vegapunk and the other satellites.


She and Shaka have a rivalry toward each other due to being the "Evil" and "Good" Vegapunk respectively. However, Lilith cared for Shaka, mourning his death due to York's betrayal.[4]


Lilith cares for Edison, as seen when she mourned for his "death" after York's betrayal even though he was merely injured.


Lilith cared for Pythagoras, mourning his death due to York's betrayal.


Once York's betrayal was revealed, Lilith became furious at her, referring to her as a traitor.

Abilities and Powers[]

Being one of six manifestations of the genius scientist Vegapunk, Lilith has contributed to his numerous technological advances and breakthroughs. Despite the technology and weaponry at her disposal, Lilith was cautioned by Shaka that she was not equipped to take on Roronoa Zoro and Nico Robin, two members of an Emperor's crew with bounties around Beli1 billion, in combat.[2]

Engineering Expertise[]

Lilith has made heavy use of mechas and cybernetically enhanced animals to aid her in combat. She pilots a giant mecha called the Vegaforce-01, which is extremely large to the point of being able to carry the Thousand Sunny in its hands. The Vega Force is able to move underwater and unleash explosions when it punches. Additionally, Lilith has power over Sea Beasts that she has turned into cyborgs. These Sea Beasts are equipped with numerous weapons, with an example being the Mecha-Shark having a torpedo launcher in its mouth. This army of cyborg creatures allows Lilith to easily surround and overwhelm ships sailing the sea, enabling her to loot them. However, she has had issues with achieving programming to completely override the organic urges of the creatures, which limits her ability to have them do exactly what she wants; Shaka himself would also note that any equipment, weaponry and modified Sea Beasts at Lilith's disposal would be useless against a swordsman of Zoro's caliber.[1][2]


Lilith's Gun

Lilith's Bubble Gun.

Lilith wields a large futuristic-looking gun,[5] called a Bubble Gun (バブルガン, Baburugan?) because it shoots bubbles that are capable of deflecting any attacks.[6] These bubbles, called Bubble Balls (バブルボール, Baburubōru?),[7] are made of a special material containing sea energy, meaning they also serve as a weakness for Devil Fruit users.[8]



During a visit to Mary Geoise, either in person or as a memory of Vegapunk, Lilith experienced the cruelty of the World Nobles.[9]

Final Saga[]

Egghead Arc[]

When the Straw Hat Pirates drew near to Egghead on the Thousand Sunny, the Mecha-Shark went to attack them. With the shark's primal urges overriding its programming and threatening to completely annihilate the crew's possessions, Lilith went underwater in the Vegaforce-01 and took it down before lifting the Sunny back above water. Lilith then exited the Vega Force and introduced herself as Dr. Vegapunk, to general confusion.[1] Lilith informed the pirates that she did not rescue them, but rather spared them from the Mecha-Shark so she could rob them of their valuables. She summoned her army of weaponized Sea Beasts to surround the Straw Hats, ordering them to surrender to her their valued possessions at once, but then received a call from fellow satellite Shaka who informed her she had blundered in her antagonism of the pirates, pointing out that they were poised to target and overwhelm her if they retaliate much to Lilith's dismay, embarrassed that she overlooked something that could have easily led to her downfall. Roronoa Zoro told Lilith to play nice, and Shaka told his counterpart to bring the pirates to him as he has interest with the Straw Hats.[2]

Though not very pleased about this slipped opportunity, Lilith complied with Shaka's request and used Vegaforce-01 to transport the Sunny towards Egghead into the upper part of the island, the research laboratory.[10] She then led the Straw Hats, minus Brook and Zoro, into the lab while explaining its technological specialties. She did this, however, purposefully as she made contact with Edison and she, alongside Edison and Pythagoras, unleashed the Seraphim S-Shark onto the Straw Hats to test its fight capabilities and qualities. However, their test run was soon ended by Shaka, displeasing especially Lilith who was furious at his second interference in her meddlings.[11]

When Pythagoras informed Shaka that a World Government ship with CP0 onboard was arriving at Egghead, Lilith suggested handing the pirates over to Rob Lucci.[3] However, when Lucci suspiciously pointed out several World Government ships went missing lately, Lilith annoyingly and impulsively told the group to dock at Egghead and see for themselves, ignoring Pythagoras who was against her impulsiveness.[12] When both the CP0-squad and the Seraphim effectively landed on Egghead, Lilith was excited at the prospect of fighting them, wanting to avenge Atlas who got damaged previously by Lucci. She then mentioned taking everyone to the port with Vegaforce-01 after Vegapunk's secret ally confirmed their support,[5] and when both CP0 and the Seraphim landed on the Labophase, Lilith made her way out alongside Edison to issue a personal command to stop the Seraphim from attacking the Labophase,[13] later being able to successfully make her way outside, but is then targeted by S-Hawk before she can issue a command. However, the attack is blocked by Zoro, and everybody is saved by Edison who commands the Seraphim to stop.[14]

S-Snake Petrifies Lilith & Usopp

Lilith and Usopp are turned to stone by S-Snake.

Lilith would later meet up with everybody inside the Laboratory when the main Vegapunk body, Stella, went missing. She would pair up with Usopp, Franky and York, searching inside Tower C. Inside the tower, the group would end up finding Pythagoras's body without his head, having been separated by a previous explosion. Lilith grew impatient with Pythagoras when he freaked out about who attacked him before she turned to York who was turned into stone by S-Snake. Lilith tried to stop her, however, she had to jump off the bridge alongside Pythagoras, Franky and Usopp when they were shot by S-Snake. She then brushed off Franky's suggestion to directly fight the Seraphim after effortlessly trying to contact Shaka, stating they could not beat S-Snake.[15] Lilith later pulled out her bubble gun, revealing a significant weakness the Seraphim have which her bubble gum could exploit: Sea energy.

However, her bubbles barely missed S-Snake who seducingly tricked Franky into releasing a bubble he held onto her from her and then used her Devil Fruit powers to petrify both Lilith and Usopp,[16][9] The petrification was later lifted as Lilith was seen having joined the other surviving satellites, Vegapunk and the Straw Hats after they had restrained the traitor York. In order to help their escape from the Marines that had surrounded Egghead, Lilith came along with Luffy, Franky and Jewelry Bonney to both the Thousand Sunny and Vegaforce-01, with Vegapunk having ordered Lilith specifically to pilot Vegaforce-01.[17] When the Vegaforce-01 was destroyed,[18] Franky had Lilith pilot his General Franky instead.[19]

Back on the Thousand Sunny, Brook devised a plan to use his Devil fruit ability to freeze the Island Clouds and glide across back to the rear entrance. While Lilith was initially pleased with and praised the plan, she questioned how he would stop the ship at the end, to which Brook had no answer, and she slapped and worried they would slide off the island.[20] When Brook was called by Nami again, and stated how the ship was still sliding through the rear entrance, Lilith slapped him again stating they would hit the barrier if the ship did not stop, she then got in touch with Nami to tell her something.[21] The Thousand Sunny was then caught before it slid off the island due to Usopp's Midori Boshi: Take Jave Rin, saving Lilith and Brook. While saved and regrouped with Usopp, Lilith was still annoyed at Brook and kicked him.[22] When Jaygarcia Saturn reached the groups location and attacked Robin, Lilith joined the Straw Hats to fight him off, shooting the elder to no avail. After he brushed them aside, Lilith and the others noticed the clouds extending outward.[23]

Atlas Punches Lilith

Atlas attacks Lilith, disconnecting her from Punk Records.

Lilith noted that while they may be able to land into the sea, they would still be surrounded by the enemy ships stationed. Ethanbaron V. Nusjuro then caught up to the ship's location to Lilith's and the others horror, but was countered from attacking due to Zoro and Jinbe.[24] Eventually, Zoro abandoned the fight with Nusjuro and made his way back onto the ship, although Nusjuro remained in the way of escape. Lilith denied all requests to leave at that moment, citing the fact that any interference by Nusjuro would ruin their trajectory and likely make them fall to their deaths. Before she could continue, Atlas suddenly punched her into the ground, and then snapped a switch behind her head. This resulted in Lilith being forcefully disconnected from Punk Records, leading York to believe she was deceased. Atlas then used the moment to sacrifice herself so that the crew could escape, taking the unconscious Lilith with them.[25]


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  • Lilith's name may be based on Lilith is the name of a figure in Mesopotamian and Judaic mythology, with accounts and interpretations generally depicting her as a primordial demon, which reflects her embodiment of Dr. Vegapunk's "evil".
    • Lilith's name may also be based on 1181 Lilith, the name of an asteroid located within the Solar System's asteroid belt. The asteroid's name is based on that of French composer, Marie-Juliette Olga Lili Boulanger, whose byname "Lili" is based on Lilith's namesake.


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 105 Chapter 1061 and Episode 1090, Lilith makes her debut.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 105 Chapter 1062 and Episode 1091, Lilith's true name and nature are revealed.
  3. 3.0 3.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 106 Chapter 1067 (p. 13) and Episode 1098.
  4. One Piece Manga — Vol. 108 Chapter 1090 (p. 4-5), Lilith crying after learning Shaka's and Pythagoras' deaths.
  5. 5.0 5.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 106 Chapter 1071 (p. 6-13) and Episodes 11021103.
  6. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 106 Chapter 1075 (p. 7) and Episode 1107.
  7. One Piece Manga — Vol. 108 Chapter 1090 (p. 6-7).
  8. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 107 Chapter 1077 (p. 12-14) and Episode 1110, Lilith demonstrates the Green Blood's weakness.
  9. 9.0 9.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 107 Chapter 1078 (p. 4, 14-15) and Episode 1111.
  10. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 105 Chapter 1064 and Episode 1094.
  11. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 105 Chapter 1065 and Episodes 10941095.
  12. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 106 Chapter 1068 and Episode 1098.
  13. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 106 Chapter 1072 and Episode 1104.
  14. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 106 Chapter 1073 and Episode 1105.
  15. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 106 Chapter 1075 and Episodes 11071108.
  16. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 107 Chapter 1077 and Episode 1110.
  17. One Piece Manga — Vol. 108 Chapter 1090 (p. 4-5, 9, 12), Lilith is tasked to use Vegaforce-01 to help escape Egghead.
  18. One Piece Manga — Vol. 108 Chapter 1092 (p. 11-12).
  19. One Piece Manga — Vol. 108 Chapter 1093 (p. 14), Franky requests for Lilith to use the General Franky.
  20. One Piece Manga — Vol. 109 Chapter 1105 (p. 7-8).
  21. One Piece Manga — Vol. 109 Chapter 1107 (p. 6).
  22. One Piece Manga — Vol. 109 Chapter 1110 (p. 13).
  23. One Piece Manga — Chapter 1114 (p. 7, 12-13).
  24. One Piece Manga — Chapter 1117 (p. 5-7).
  25. One Piece Manga — Chapter 1120 (p. 6-10, 18-19).

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