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Caribou in One Piece

Caribou in One Piece.
Caribou in One Piece. Still from the anime.


Caribou is a fictional character in the popular manga and its anime adaptation, the One Piece series, written and illustrated by Eiichiro Oda.


Disclaimer: This article will contain details revolving around Caribou and might contain spoilers for some viewers. Readers are advised to proceed at their own discretion.


Caribou, also known as “Wet-Haired” Caribou, is a well-known rookie pirate who was present at the Sabaody Archipelago around the time when the Straw Hat Pirates reunited. He has earned a substantial bounty of Beli 210,000,000, placing him among the new generation of rookie pirates with bounties exceeding Beli 100,000,000.


Caribou is the elder brother of "Blood Splatterer" Coribou, another infamous rookie pirate. Together, they co-captain the Caribou Pirates, earning their notoriety for their confrontations with Marines. Both brothers met the bounty requirement to join the Fake Straw Hat Crew, but they quickly left when they discovered the crew's deceit.


In the Fish-Man Island Saga, Caribou played a minor antagonistic role. Later in the series, he aligned himself with the Ninja-Pirate-Mink-Samurai Alliance during the Wano Country Arc.


Following the successful raid on Onigashima, Luffy allowed Caribou to travel aboard the Thousand Sunny with the Straw Hat Pirates to Egghead Island.


All About Caribou


Name

Caribou

Alias

“Wet-Haired” Caribou

First Appearance in Anime

One Piece Episode 519: The Marines Move Out - The Target is the Straw Hat Crew

Japanese Voice Actor

Masaki Terasoma

English Voice Actor

Andrew Kasten

Birthday

4th July

Age

32

Gender

Male

Status

Alive

Affiliations

Caribou Pirates

Fake Straw Hat Crew (former, temporary)

Occupation

Pirate Captain

Kidnapper

Prisoner

Origin

North Blue

Devil Fruit

Numa Numa no Mi (Swamp-Swamp Fruit)

Bounty

Beli 210,000,000


Caribou’s History


Caribou and Coribou, as young children, received advice from their now-deceased grandmother to always stick together and love each other.


Caribou in One Piece.
One Piece manga panel.


Caribou, while still a rookie pirate, earned a bounty of Beli 210,000,000 for his criminal activities, which included prominently killing Marines.


Return to Sabaody Arc


At the Sabaody Archipelago, Caribou and Coribou were recruited by Demaro Black, who was posing as Monkey D. Luffy, to join the Fake Straw Hat Crew. The Fake Straw Hat Crew was impersonating the real Straw Hat Pirates. Caribou and Coribou joined this impostor crew with the intention of infiltrating and ultimately betraying the Straw Hat Pirates from within.


Caribou in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


During their time with the Fake Straw Hat Crew, Caribou and Coribou gathered with the other recruits in Grove 46 at Sabaody Archipelago. Caribou became suspicious of a Marine who was hiding nearby and reporting the pirates' presence. When the Marine claimed he had not yet alerted his superiors, Caribou killed him for lying to him.


Soon after, a battalion of Marines arrived, and Demaro Black ordered Caribou to use the dead Marine's body as a shield. However, Caribou decided to shoot the Marine's corpse instead, which led to a confrontation between the pirates and the Marines.


The battle quickly turned against the Fake Straw Hat Crew when several Pacifistas arrived on the scene. These powerful government-made weapons overwhelmed the impostor crew. Caribou witnessed the exposure of the Fake Straw Hats and the real Monkey D. Luffy's involvement in the conflict.


Fish-Man Island Arc


After the Caribou Pirates escaped from the Marines and buried the Fake Straw Hat Crew, they began pursuing the real Straw Hat Pirates. Caribou's crew used the giant sea cow Momoo to pull their ship, the Numabou, underwater, following the Straw Hats to Fish-Man Island.


Caribou in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


When they finally caught up to the Thousand Sunny, Caribou boarded the ship to lead the raid. However, Momoo recognized the Straw Hats and swam away in fear, leaving Caribou alone with the Straw Hat Pirates. Caribou pretended to be a menial worker and expressed a desire to join the Straw Hats. Unaware that he was a Logia user, the Straw Hats tied him up as a precaution.


During their journey, the Straw Hats encountered a kraken, and Caribou was thrilled to see his crew returning to save him. However, the kraken ultimately destroyed their ship. Luffy, Zoro, and Sanji used bubbles to move underwater and engage the sea monster away from the Sunny.


As the trio of Straw Hats defeated the kraken, the Sunny's crew plummeted down toward the Underworld of the Sea. At this point, Caribou managed to escape from his ropes and hid inside a barrel, intending to kill the remaining Straw Hats onboard. However, Franky noticed Caribou inside the barrel and secured it, preventing his escape.


Caribou in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


The Straw Hats eventually arrived at Fish-Man Island, where mermaids discovered Caribou's barrel in Mermaid Cove. They loosened the bolts on the barrel, unwittingly allowing Caribou to break free and trap them using his swamp-based Devil Fruit powers.


Caribou, filled with excitement at his successful infiltration of Fish-Man Island, hatched a sinister plan to kidnap mermaids and sell them on the slave market. He managed to capture two more mermaids on the island's south beach before heading to Coral Hill, where he spotted the giant mermaid princess Shirahoshi in the company of the Straw Hat Pirates. Caribou became fixated on Shirahoshi, believing that he could fetch an astronomical price for her.


He later infiltrated the Ryugu Palace, where he released the captured mermaids and looted the entire royal treasury, including the national treasure known as the Tamatebako. During his time in the palace, he overheard a conversation between King Neptune and Nico Robin, revealing that Shirahoshi possessed the power of Poseidon, one of the Ancient Weapons capable of causing worldwide devastation.


Caribou in One Piece.
Still from the anime.



Caribou then located Shirahoshi and attempted to absorb her into his swamp-like body. However, his nefarious plans were thwarted when Monkey D. Luffy intervened.


Luffy engaged Caribou in battle and sent him flying all the way to Fish-Man Island's main island, rendering him unconscious in the process. Caribou's unconsciousness led to the expulsion of the stolen treasure from his body.


Upon regaining consciousness, Caribou frantically searched for his missing treasure near the Candy Factory. He spotted members of the Big Mom Pirates, Pekoms and Tamago, carrying the stolen treasure in large bags.


Caribou attempted to open fire on Pekoms using a Gatling gun but failed. Pekoms, utilizing Busoshoku Haki, easily defeated Caribou with a single punch, ending his threat on Fish-Man Island.


Caribou's Kehihihihi in the New World


Caribou's journey continued as he regained consciousness after Pekoms' attack on Fish-Man Island. He resumed his pursuit of capturing mermaids in Mermaid Cove but was promptly halted by Jinbe, who apprehended him and took him to the G-5 Marine Branch.


Caribou in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


At the G-5 base, Caribou's crew, the Caribou Pirates, tried to rescue their captain but was unsuccessful in their attempt. Jinbe successfully delivered Caribou to the Marines, who intended to burn him at the stake. However, the Caribou Pirates launched an attack on the base, led by Caribou's brother Coribou, managing to free Caribou from his dire situation. Caribou then escaped on the Numabou, leaving behind his brother and crew, who were captured by the Marines.


While fleeing on the Numabou, Caribou was caught in a storm and had to abandon the ship. He ended up washed ashore on an unknown island, where he was found and cared for by an elderly woman. Once he had recovered, the woman sent him to the harbor, where he was mistaken for Gaburu, the revolutionary commander. The old woman arrived and intervened when a group of armed men surrounded Caribou, chasing them away.


Curious about the town, Caribou explored further and discovered that many of its residents were working in a weapons factory. When they saw him, they believed that Gaburu had returned and started a revolt. However, Scotch, an enforcer from Kaido's crew, quickly quelled the revolt and set the town ablaze. Caribou found the old woman lying on the floor, and it was revealed that Gaburu was her grandson.


Caribou in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


As the confrontation escalated with Scotch, Caribou found himself in a dire situation. The elderly woman, who still believed him to be Gaburu, urged him to flee while she confronted the pirate. Following her advice, Caribou quickly made his way to the harbor, where he reunited with his crew.


Despite the tumultuous events they had been through, Coribou and the rest of the crew were delighted to see Caribou again, choosing to honor their grandmother's wishes and maintain a harmonious relationship.


In a bid to confront Scotch and enact their revolt, Caribou decided to disguise himself as Gaburu, with his crew posing as Gaburu's revolutionaries. Sailing toward their adversary, they engaged in a fierce battle against Scotch and his subordinates.


Caribou's abilities allowed him to trap Scotch and the weapons factory inside his swampy body, achieving victory in the revolt and fulfilling the old woman's hope for their unity.


However, their celebration was short-lived, as X Drake, a member of the Worst Generation and a formidable opponent, arrived at the scene.


Caribou in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Drake swiftly defeated Caribou, but the Logia user managed to protect the elderly woman from harm. In recognition of Caribou's act of valor, she offered him the last of her meat pies as Drake took him aboard his ship and sailed away, leaving behind the island and its residents.


Wano Country Arc


Caribou's journey continued as he found himself imprisoned in the harsh confines of Udon, a notorious Prisoner Mine in Wano Country. During his time there, he bore witness to the intense confrontation between Monkey D. Luffy and Eustass Kid against Deputy Warden Dobon.


Caribou in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Recognizing the need for allies to escape from Udon, Caribou attempted to initiate contact with Luffy, aiming to form an alliance. However, Luffy directed him to seek an alliance with Kid instead, who had a similar desire to take down Kaido. Caribou started sharing rumors about how Kid lost his arm, but Kid himself appeared, interrupting their conversation.


As events unfolded, Raizo secretly freed Caribou from his restraints. Caribou, now unshackled, approached the sumo ring where Luffy and Hyogoro were situated. He expressed his desire to become Luffy's subordinate, assuring Luffy that he had changed and could be of use. Surprisingly, Luffy readily accepted his offer, leaving Caribou taken aback.


Under the cover of night, Caribou and Raizo orchestrated the theft of Queen's oshiruko supply, which they fed to Luffy and Hyogoro. This unexpected meal had noticeable consequences, making Luffy and Hyogoro stand out even more. Caribou subsequently shared with Raizo the intricacies of Wano Country's Tanishi-based communication network and aided him in disabling Udon's communication system.


After Luffy and his allies successfully seized control of the prison, Caribou expressed satisfaction with the outcome and eagerly anticipated the impending decisive battle against Kaido.


In the days following the Fire Festival in Wano, Caribou gathered a substantial amount of food. When he encountered a weary Luffy, Momonosuke, Shinobu, and the Heart Pirates at Tokage Port, he recognized Luffy's significance in the battle against Kaido, which could provide him with an opportunity to escape Wano.


Caribou in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


In an unusual act of cooperation, Caribou offered all of the food he had collected to Luffy but demanded that Luffy replenish it later. To his surprise, Luffy managed to devour all the food Caribou provided.


As events unfolded, Caribou witnessed Shinobu using her Devil Fruit powers on Momonosuke, mistakenly identifying his Beast Form as Kaido. This led to a brief moment of panic for Caribou and the Heart Pirates.


A week after the Alliance's victory in Wano, Caribou eavesdropped on the Straw Hats and learned of the hidden Pluton in Wano. Anxious to inform a specific individual, he took action.


Egghead Arc


When the Straw Hats departed Wano, Caribou appeared to stow away aboard the Thousand Sunny. However, he was discovered and confined within a barrel. His anxiety grew when he believed the crew intended to head to Mary Geoise to rescue Nefertari Vivi.


Upon the crew's tumultuous arrival at Egghead Island, Caribou was released from his barrel and expressed his frustration, leading to a brief exchange with Roronoa Zoro.


Caribou’s Personality


Caribou's personality is defined by several notable traits. He is an exceptionally violent individual known for his brutal acts, particularly burying people alive, often using these murders to justify his actions as being for the sake of his god. His faith in this god and his egotistical nature are evident in the way he asks for divine forgiveness for those who oppose him, showcasing a skewed moral compass.


Caribou in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Fame and notoriety are crucial to Caribou, and he actively seeks to kill important individuals as a means to achieve it. He joined the Fake Straw Hat Crew with the intention of eliminating the real Straw Hat Pirates from within. Caribou's pride is a prominent aspect of his character, as seen when he chose to shoot a Marine rather than use him as a shield because the Marine had deceived him.


His overconfidence in his Logia Devil Fruit power led to a hasty and ill-advised attack on Pekoms, resulting in his defeat. Greed is another defining trait of Caribou's character. He pursues wealth and treasure relentlessly, even to the point of selling captives on the slave market.


His actions in capturing and intending to sell mermaids on Fish-Man Island exemplify this trait. His lecherous tendencies are also evident in his interactions with female characters, and he takes pleasure in ogling and flirting with them.


Caribou's cunning side is highlighted by his use of his Devil Fruit abilities to move in disguise and eavesdrop on conversations that might benefit him. He shows a keen interest in Ancient Weapons and is willing to go to great lengths to obtain information about them, particularly Poseidon and Pluton, as they have the potential to alter the world's fate.


Caribou's primary concern is his own safety, and he tends to prioritize self-preservation in almost every situation. He's quick to flee from danger and won't hesitate to abandon his comrades if it means ensuring his escape. This self-centered approach is exemplified when he left his crew behind to deal with the Marines at the G-5 base, showcasing his willingness to sacrifice others for his own well-being.


When cornered by enemies with no escape route, Caribou resorts to making false pledges of servitude, although most people see through these insincere oaths. He's opportunistic and often uses those around him to his advantage, as seen when he attempted to team up with Monkey D. Luffy in the Prisoner Mine to improve his chances of escape and secure more meal tickets.


Caribou in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Caribou's willingness to assist others, especially the Straw Hat Pirates, varies based on his perception of the threat. While he collaborated with Luffy to work toward their common goal of escaping the Prisoner Mine, he was less inclined to help Luffy in his quest to take down Emperor Kaido.


However, during his cover story, there appears to be some growth in Caribou's character. He demonstrated a change of heart and became more conscientious of others after a granny nursed him back to health. He returned to the island with his crew to save her and the factory workers, ultimately protecting the granny from X Drake at all costs.


Caribou’s Appearance


Caribou in One Piece.
Caribou, as seen in the digitally colorized One Piece manga.


Caribou has a distinctive and somewhat intimidating appearance. He is a tall man with dark skin and long, dark hair that falls down to his shoulders. One of his most notable features is a tuft of hair on his head that has a wet and slick appearance, earning him the epithet "Wet-Haired."


His facial features include a beard that forms a whirl going upwards on his chin, which adds to his unique and somewhat menacing look. Caribou has sharp and intimidating eyes with many circles around the pupils, and in the anime, he has central heterochromia with dark and medium green coloring. His ears are pointed, giving him a slightly otherworldly appearance.


Caribou's attire includes a fur coat that he wears draped over his shoulders like a cape. This coat is dark on the outside and lighter and spotted on the inside, resembling a leopard's fur pattern. He wears dark pants and shoes along with an exceptionally long-sleeved shirt. His shirt features a design on the chest that resembles a Cross fleury. The way he wears his shirt, concealing his arms under the long sleeves, gives it the appearance of an unbuckled straitjacket.


After a brief period of being found and looked after on a winter island in the New World, Caribou changes his attire to adapt to the cold weather. He starts wearing a darker coat with a fluffy collar, plaid pajamas, and thick winter boots. He later returns to his original long-sleeved attire but adds a revolutionary uniform jacket draped over his shoulders and a beret with a star emblem.


Caribou in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


In his prisoner state in Wano Country, Caribou retains his long-sleeved shirt but is seen wearing standard prisoner striped pants. He also wears tattered trousers, handcuffs, and sandals.


Caribou’s Abilities


As co-captain of the Caribou Pirates, Caribou wields authority over his crew, sharing this leadership role with his brother Coribou. He has made a name for himself as a formidable pirate in the world of One Piece, achieving Super Rookie status by successfully navigating through Paradise, the initial half of the Grand Line.


Caribou's notoriety stems from his ruthless actions against the Marines, including the killing of many of their members, which led to him obtaining a substantial bounty of Beli 210,000,000.


Caribou in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Caribou's prowess is prominently demonstrated through his Devil Fruit powers, which have earned him a reputation as a significant threat. He has become particularly notorious for his ability to eliminate Marines. Caribou and his crew effortlessly captured the members of the Fake Straw Hat Crew, rendering them powerless in the face of his might.


Furthermore, Caribou led his crew and a group of freedom-fighting citizens to a swift victory over Scotch of the Beasts Pirates, primarily utilizing his Devil Fruit power to overwhelm the enemy. Caribou's combat style primarily revolves around the use of his Devil Fruit abilities, and he does not possess knowledge of Haki.


Although his real body is not physically resilient and can be easily defeated in a single blow, particularly by opponents proficient in Busoshoku Haki, such as Luffy, Pekoms, Jinbe, and X Drake. In combat, Caribou has been observed using various weapons, including a spear or polearm to stab a Marine who was spying on the Fake Straw Hats' meeting point.


He has also wielded a flintlock pistol. During his confrontation with Pekoms on Fish-Man Island, Caribou employed a Gatling gun and a scythe, cleverly concealing these weapons within the boundless expanse of his swamp-like body.


Devil Fruit


Caribou in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Caribou possesses the Numa Numa no Mi, a Logia-type Devil Fruit that grants him the extraordinary ability to create, manipulate, and transform his body into "swamp." This unique power allows him to exhibit various remarkable capabilities. He can alter his body to take on the characteristics of mud or quicksand, enabling him to absorb objects and individuals into his swamp-like form.


His swamp is often described as "bottomless," providing him with virtually limitless space within his transformed body. Caribou can store an extensive array of items and entities within his body. He has demonstrated the capacity to hold numerous objects, ranging from weaponry to people, by causing them to sink into his swamp.


These items remain concealed within him until he consciously decides to release them or loses consciousness. This unique ability enables him to conceal vast objects, even entire structures like a weapons factory, within his swamp. This talent serves as a tactical advantage, as he can retrieve and employ these items at any moment, taking his opponents by surprise.


Caribou in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


By using his swamp, Caribou can capture and smother people, rendering them helpless within his transformed body. Resistance to this absorption only accelerates the sinking process, making it difficult for captives to escape. He can also transform his entire body into swamp, allowing him to move stealthily and go undetected in various environments.


This feature aids him in sneaking into locations or approaching adversaries discreetly. Caribou's Devil Fruit power grants him a range of strategic advantages, making him a formidable adversary with a unique and versatile set of abilities.


Caribou’s Relationships

Crew


Caribou in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Caribou values his crew, the Caribou Pirates, primarily for their unwavering loyalty to him and their willingness to aid him in combat. He relied on them to rescue him from the Straw Hats' captivity and was devastated when they were attacked by the kraken.


He displayed elation when they worked together to free him from Jinbe and the G-5 Marines. However, Caribou has also shown a willingness to abandon his crew when it serves his own interests, as seen when he quickly left them at the G-5 base to make his escape.


When Caribou initially reunited with his crew, he was fearful, likely due to his past actions, including betraying them. Despite his betrayal, his brother and co-captain, Coribou, and the crew remained loyal to him. Coribou had no intention of fighting his brother, choosing to honor their grandmother's wishes instead.


The Caribou Pirates worked alongside Caribou to free the residents of a nearby village. Notably, when Caribou was defeated and captured by X Drake, his crew made no effort to save him. However, they showed their loyalty by weeping and saluting him as he was

dragged away.


Enemies

Marines


Caribou in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Caribou's relationship with the Marines is one of hostility and violence. He is well-known for killing Marines during his pirating activities. Caribou's encounter with a Marine soldier at Sabaody demonstrates his extreme hostility, as he attacked the soldier and attempted to have him buried alive, referring to him as a sinner in his prayer to God.


His actions against the Marines have earned him a significant bounty, and the Marines, particularly those at the G-5 base, sought to execute him in a torturous manner by burning him at the stake. This deep animosity and violent behavior make him a recognized enemy of the Marines.


Fake Straw Hat Crew


Caribou in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Caribou and his brother Coribou initially joined the Fake Straw Hat Crew, believing them to be the real Straw Hat Pirates. Their intention was to infiltrate the crew and gain fame by eventually killing them from within.


Caribou's disregard for orders and his violent behavior, such as using a Marine as a shield and shooting him, showcased his ruthless nature. After the Fake Straw Hat Crew was exposed, Caribou had them buried alive without mercy, degrading and insulting them as fools.


Fish-Man Island


Caribou in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Upon arriving at Fish-Man Island, Caribou wasted no time engaging in criminal activities. He sought to kidnap mermaids to sell them as slaves and stole the royal family's entire treasury. His actions initially went unnoticed by bystanders, who wrongly blamed the Straw Hat Pirates for these crimes.


Luffy thwarted Caribou's sinister plan to kidnap the mermaid princess Shirahoshi, and he faced further resistance from Jinbe when attempting to resume his mermaid kidnapping. Jinbe turned Caribou into the Marines, resulting in his capture and the residents' celebration of his removal.


Beasts Pirates


Caribou in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Caribou became an enemy of the Beasts Pirates when he instigated a revolt among the residents of an island controlled by the crew. He defeated one of the Beasts Pirates' members, Scotch, and destroyed their weapons factory.


This bold move led to swift retaliation from the Beasts Pirates, with X Drake defeating and capturing Caribou. He was subsequently sentenced to work in the Prisoner Mine and eventually joined Kaido's crew, though he has shown little enthusiasm for making further enemies among the Emperor's crew.


Others

Straw Hat Pirates


Caribou in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Caribou initially sought to kill the Straw Hat Pirates and joined the Fake Straw Hat Crew with that intention. However, his plans were thwarted when he was captured by the real Straw Hat Pirates after attempting to board their ship. He begged to join their crew, but the Straw Hats, sceptical of his intentions, tied him up.


Caribou then plotted to take advantage of their absence and eliminate them but was caught by Franky and trapped in a barrel. The Straw Hats later encountered Caribou when he tried to kidnap Shirahoshi, leading to a quick defeat by Luffy.


Despite their rocky history, Caribou and Luffy found themselves imprisoned together in the Prisoner Mine and eventually worked together to escape. Caribou offered to become Luffy's servant, and in a surprising turn of events, Luffy agreed, even suggesting that Caribou could join his crew. This left Caribou both baffled and fearful, as he wondered if Luffy had ulterior motives.


Caribou travelled with the Straw Hat Pirates in the Thousand Sunny but was kept restrained in a barrel, indicating a lack of trust from the crew. Nevertheless, Luffy allowed Caribou to listen in on their conversations.


Gaburu's Grandmother


Gaburu's grandmother initially showed kindness to Caribou by offering him shelter and food after he was shipwrecked. However, Caribou repaid this kindness by stealing her jewellery while she slept. His attitude changed when she selflessly protected him from the powerful pirate Scotch. Caribou later returned with his crew to rescue the granny and the townspeople from Scotch.


Caribou believed that the granny mistook him for her grandson Gaburu due to their physical resemblance. However, unbeknownst to Caribou, the granny was well aware that he was not Gaburu, as Gaburu had passed away.


Caribou in Other Media


Caribou in One Piece.
One Piece: Gigant Battle! 2 New World.


In addition to the manga and its anime adaptation, Caribou also appeared in video games.


He is a playable character in the following games:


  • One Piece: Gigant Battle! 2 New World

  • One Py Berry Match

  • One Piece Treasure Cruise


Caribou also appears as a supporting character in One Piece: Super Grand Battle! X.


Did You Know?

  • Caribou" is another word for reindeer, which is referenced on his ship's figurehead.

  • His favorite food is a grandmother's meat pie.

  • Caribou is the first new Devil Fruit user and the first Logia-type user to be revealed after the timeskip. He is also the second known Super Rookie with the powers of a Logia Devil Fruit, the first being Ace.

  • He is the first Logia user whom Luffy defeats using Busoshoku Haki, whereas he defeated previous Logia users by exploiting specific weaknesses related to their element (e.g., Crocodile through water and Enel through rubber).


FAQs

Q. Who is Caribou in One Piece?

A. Caribou, also known as “Wet-Haired” Caribou, is a well-known rookie pirate who was present at the Sabaody Archipelago around the time when the Straw Hat Pirates reunited. He has earned a substantial bounty of Beli 210,000,000, placing him among the new generation of rookie pirates with bounties exceeding Beli 100,000,000.

Q. Who voiced Caribou?

A. In the English dub, Caribou was first voiced by Andrew Kasten. In the Japanese version, he is voiced by Masaki Terasoma.

Q. What are Caribou’s abilities?

A. Caribou possesses the Numa Numa no Mi, a Logia-type Devil Fruit, granting him the power to transform into a swamp. He can absorb objects and people into his body, hiding and storing them indefinitely. Caribou can also capture and immobilize opponents with his swamp, making stealthy movements and surprise attacks possible.
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