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Drip in One Piece

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


Drip 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 Drip and might contain spoilers for some viewers. Readers are advised to proceed at their own discretion.


Drip posed as Sanji in the Fake Straw Hat Crew.


All About Drip


Name

Drip

First Appearance

One Piece Episode 518: A Hair-Trigger! Luffy vs. Fake Luffy

Japanese Voice Actor

Kazuya Nakai

English Voice Actor

Christopher R. Sabat

Gender

Male

DOB

22nd October

Age

24

Status

Unknown

Origin

East Blue

Affiliations

Fake Straw Hat Crew

Occupation

Pirate


Drip’s History


Drip is part of a group of fake Straw Hat Pirates, including fake counterparts of Zoro, Robin, and Chopper. They encounter the real Chopper, mistakenly believing he was left behind when the actual Straw Hats disappeared two years ago.


Wanting to enhance their realism, they plan to capture the real Chopper and discard the fake version. However, the fake Robin and Chopper are captured by unknown individuals, and Drip, along with the fake Zoro, leads the real Chopper (who is unaware they are fake) back to their boss, Demaro Black.


Drip in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Under Black's orders, the fake Zoro and Drip attempt to capture the real Chopper. They later encounter the real Luffy, disguised in a cloak and fake mustache, but fail to recognize him as the genuine Straw Hat captain.


The fake Luffy, Drip, and the others face trouble when the Marines, along with Sentomaru and Pacifistas, launch an attack. Sentomaru easily defeats the fake Luffy, and PX-5 reveals that their "boss" is Demaro Black, a low-level pirate with a bounty of only Beli 26,000,000.


During the chaos of the battle between the Marines, Sentomaru, and the Pacifistas, Drip and the remaining fake Straw Hat counterparts fled out of fear of retaliation from the angry recruits. When Luffy, forced to reveal himself, was detected by the Pacifista's scanning scope, Drip, along with Fake Zoro and Fake Sogeking, were terrified and shocked.


Although they somehow managed to escape the immediate battle, Drip, and the other fake Straw Hats, excluding Demaro Black, Cocoa, and fake Chopper, were captured by Caribou and Coribou. Threatened with being buried alive, they pleaded for their lives, blaming Black for forcing them into their impersonations.


Drip in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Caribou, unmoved by their pleas, used his Logia Devil Fruit power to choke Drip, who struggled pointlessly. Fake Sogeking attempted to resist, but Caribou absorbed his attacks. Eventually, Drip lost consciousness, and his current status remains unknown, as Caribou intended to bury them all alive.


Drip’s Personality


Drip, unlike the genuine Sanji and Zoro, gets along well with the Fake Zoro. Among the Fake Straw Hats, he and Fake Zoro are notably perceptive, quickly recognizing the real Chopper and deducing that the disguised Luffy might be connected to the genuine Straw Hats.


However, when their deceit was exposed, Drip revealed himself to be quite cowardly, pleading for mercy when confronted by Caribou.


Drip’s Appearance


Drip in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Drip is a thin man with a pale complexion, bags under his eyes, and a long, pointed chin. His messy hair is styled similarly to Sanji's, and he wears a loose-fitting suit resembling Sanji's attire, paired with black dress shoes.


Drip’s Abilities


Based on his actions, it is safe to say that Drip is pretty weak as he ran away from every battle and could not do a single thing against Caribou.


Did You Know?



  • Drip's speech pattern in the Funimation dub is akin to Sanji's 4Kids speech with a Brooklyn accent.

  • In the gag manga One Piece Party, Drip humorously carries the epithet "Warlord Killer."

  • Drip's beverage of choice is soda.


FAQs

Q. Who is Drip in One Piece?

A. Drip posed as Sanji in the Fake Straw Hat Crew.

Q. When does Drip first appear in One Piece?

A. Drip first appears in One Piece episode 518, titled "A Hair-Trigger! Luffy vs. Fake Luffy."

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.
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