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Jewelry Bonney in One Piece

Jewelry Bonney in One Piece.
Jewelry Bonney in One Piece. Still from the anime.


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


Jewelry Bonney, also known as the "Big Eater", is part of a group of pirates known as the Worst Generation, which consists of twelve notorious pirates with exceptional strength and potential.


Jewelry Bonney is the captain of the Bonney Pirates, a pirate crew hailing from the South Blue, one of the four seas in the world of "One Piece." She is the daughter of Bartholomew Kuma, known for his involvement with the Revolutionary Army and the Shichibukai (the Seven Warlords of the Sea).


Bonney's actions as a pirate, particularly her confrontations with the World Government and her overall impact on the world, led to her being labeled as a criminal, and she was assigned a significant bounty of Beli 140,000,000 by the World Government. After the two-year time skip, her bounty increased significantly to Beli 320,000,000.


During the "Egghead Arc," Jewelry Bonney becomes a companion of the Straw Hat Pirates, the main crew of the series led by Monkey D. Luffy.


All About Jewelry Bonney


Name

Jewelry Bonney

Alias

Conney

First Appearance in Anime

One Piece Episode 392: New Rivals Gather! The 11 Supernovas

Japanese Voice Actor

Reiko Kiuchi (Episode 392-736)

Reiko Takagi (Episode 888+)

English Voice Actor

Laura Wetsel

Birthdate

1st September

Age

20 (debut)

22 (post timeskip)

Gender

Female

Status

Alive

Affiliations

Bonney Pirates

Occupation

Pirates Captain

Origin

South Blue

Devil Fruit

Unnamed

Bounty

Beli 320,000,000


Jewelry Bonney’s History


Jewelry Bonney was born as the daughter of Bartholomew Kuma, the former king of the Sorbet Kingdom. Not much is known about her early life, but there are hints that she had some kind of involvement with the powerful World Government, though the details are unclear.


Jewelry Bonney in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


During her childhood, she visited a place called Egghead's laboratory, but we don't know why or what happened there.


As she grew up, Bonney decided to become a pirate and formed her own crew called the Bonney Pirates. They sailed into the dangerous Grand Line, and she became quite famous as a pirate. The World Government saw her as a significant threat and put a bounty of Beli 140,000,000 on her head.


Sabaody Archipelago Arc


After a long journey along the Grand Line, Bonney and her crew arrived at the Sabaody Archipelago to prepare for their venture into the New World. They went to a restaurant in Grove 24 to have a meal. However, Bonney's huge appetite and bad table manners disgusted the other customers, including a pirate named Capone Bege. They almost got into a fight, but they had to hold back because of a temporary truce.


Jewelry Bonney in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


After finishing her meal and leaving the restaurant, Bonney saw another pirate, Roronoa Zoro, about to attack a World Noble named Charlos. To prevent a serious incident that could bring powerful Marine forces, Bonney jumped in and stopped Zoro. She even pretended that Zoro was her "brother" and that he had "died" from the Noble's shot, using tomato juice to make it look real. Later, she scolded Zoro for his reckless behavior.


Bonney was not happy when she heard about Monkey D. Luffy attacking a World Noble, and she expressed anger, vowing to crush the Straw Hat Pirates if she ever encountered them in the New World.


During her escape from the Marines, Bonney used her special power from a Devil Fruit to turn the attacking Marines into children and old men, making it easier for her to get away.


Marineford Arc


After getting away from the Marines, Bonney stayed on Sabaody and watched the Summit War of Marineford on TV. The war moved her to tears. When the broadcast ended abruptly, she and her crew went to the outskirts of Marineford and watched the ongoing war from a distance with other Supernova pirates.


Jewelry Bonney in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


While observing the chaos, Bonney noticed that certain events were someone's fault, and she became determined to find this person. She instructed her crew to head to the New World to track down and confront whoever was responsible for those events.


Post-War Arc


After entering the New World, Bonney's crew was quickly defeated by the powerful Blackbeard Pirates. They captured Bonney and offered her to the Marines in exchange for a battleship. Blackbeard insulted her, saying she was too weak to survive and that she would be the first one to be eliminated. He even made an inappropriate offer to make her his "woman," but she angrily refused.


Jewelry Bonney in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Before the trade could happen, the Marines arrived with Admiral Akainu on board the battleship. The Blackbeard Pirates decided to flee, leaving Bonney and her crew behind to be arrested.


Akainu was not happy with Bonney's previous escape from the World Government, but now he was glad that she was back in their custody. Bonney was filled with anger and sadness, vowing to never forgive them.


Subsequently, Bonney was taken to the Marine Headquarters. Though luck was on her side, she managed to escape, unlike her unfortunate crewmates.


Dressrosa Arc


While enjoying her slice of pizza, Bonney read the news about Donquixote Doflamingo's resignation from the Seven Warlords of the Sea and the new pirate alliances that formed after his defeat.


After Doflamingo's downfall, something strange happened to Bonney. She transformed into an old woman, but that didn't stop her mischievous ways. She stole some pizza from a shop and then quickly ran away. To avoid being caught, she used her unique ability to turn into a young child, effectively changing her appearance.


Jewelry Bonney in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


While munching on her stolen pizza, she came across a newspaper article about Monkey D. Luffy and Trafalgar Law's victorious actions. Bonney praised their bravery and felt delighted to be a part of the same era as these remarkable pirates.


Levely Arc


Bonney managed to infiltrate Mary Geoise by pretending to be the Queen Dowager Conney of the Sorbet Kingdom, gaining access to the Levely attendees. Later, she sneaked into the Celestial Dragon gate at Pangaea Castle and took advantage of the opening when an injured Charlos passed through. This allowed her to slip into the Domain of the Gods.


Jewelry Bonney in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


While hiding from the Celestial Dragons, Bonney witnessed the mistreatment of the enslaved Kuma by a man named Rosward. The sight disgusted her greatly, seeing the cruel treatment of someone she likely knew or had a connection with. The experience left a deep impact on her as she observed the injustice and cruelty within the Domain of the Gods.


Wano Country Arc


During her daring infiltration of Pangaea Castle in Mary Geoise, Bonney skillfully evaded the guards and made her way inside. There, she unexpectedly encountered Sabo, a member of the Revolutionary Army, who was on a mission to retrieve the keys to Kuma's cuffs. Despite the surprise, she showed immediate support for the Revolutionary's mission and believed they could rescue Kuma and ensure his safety.


Jewelry Bonney in One Piece.
One Piece manga panel.


When Sabo asked about her plans, Bonney revealed that she intended to go to Egghead, presumably to question the brilliant scientist Vegapunk about possible ways to restore Kuma to his former self. Kuma's current state of enslavement and mistreatment likely troubled her greatly, motivating her to seek a way to help him.


Their conversation was interrupted when guards approached their location. Sabo came to her aid, saving her from being caught, and they discussed a mysterious place called the "Lost Chamber." Afterward, Sabo guided her outside the castle, showing her the path she needed to take to reach Egghead. Before parting ways, Bonney requested that the Revolutionary Army take care of Kuma.


In her daring escape from Mary Geoise, Bonney stowed away on the ship of the Tajine Kingdom, successfully evading capture and making her way to freedom.


One Piece: Stampede (Non-Canon)


Bonney and her crew attended the Pirates Festival on Delta Island. She took part in the main event, the Treasure Race, where pirates raced to find Gol D. Roger's treasure while battling other Worst Generation members. When Buggy accidentally exposed himself after grabbing the treasure, Bonney and her crew pursued him.


However, the race was interrupted when Douglas Bullet attacked, causing chaos and destruction. Bonney was surprised to learn that Bullet was behind the attack. Despite their initial attempts to fight him, Bullet's Gasha Gasha no Mi powers proved too strong, and they were defeated.


After Bullet's defeat, Bonney and the other Worst Generation pirates, along with other crews, tried to break through the Marines' encirclement around the island. Thanks to the efforts of Sabo and Ann, they managed to escape safely by creating a blazing barrier to protect them.


Egghead Arc


Bonney had an encounter with the Straw Hat Pirates after they rescued her from a dangerous Warm Eddy. During the rescue, Luffy and Chopper ended up falling off the Thousand Sunny, but Luffy managed to catch Bonney. However, they all fell into the ocean. Fortunately, Jinbe came to their aid and saved them.


Later, Bonney returned to her adult form, and she, along with Luffy, Jinbe, and Chopper, found themselves in a cave on the island Egghead, trying to dry their clothes. Bonney revealed her identity to Luffy and acknowledged that they were once enemies. However, she thanked them sincerely for saving her life.


Jewelry Bonney in One Piece.
One Piece manga panel.


Curious about Luffy's new wanted poster, Bonney asked why he had white hair in the image when he didn't have it now. Luffy explained that the poster depicted him when he was "totally free," but she didn't quite understand the meaning. She further inquired about his crew, and Luffy assured her that they would be fine.


During their conversation, Bonney mentioned that she couldn't believe Jinbe was a member of Luffy's crew. Jinbe asked her about her ship and crew, to which she revealed that she came to the island alone after her ship was eaten by a Mecha-Shark.


As hunger struck them, Luffy suggested finding a restaurant on the island, but Bonney got angry, explaining that they were on Egghead, a place 500 years in the future where Dr. Vegapunk's laboratory was located. Luffy recognized Vegapunk's name, and Bonney revealed that she had a score to settle with him.


While inside Egghead, Luffy asked Bonney if she had been there before, and she confirmed that she had visited when she was a child. At that time, the place was just an ordinary lab.


Luffy was curious about why she came back, and Bonney revealed her true purpose. She sought answers and intended to confront Vegapunk, holding him responsible for turning her father into a cyborg. Luffy, in his carefree manner, said he thought it was cool that her father became a cyborg, but Bonney quickly corrected him.


She explained that her father lost his sense of self and memories, becoming nothing more than a living weapon. Jinbe agreed that it was a terrible and unforgivable situation. As they continued exploring the island, they found a futuristic area, and Bonney recalled seeing Sabo at Mary Geoise but chose not to tell Luffy about it just yet.


Soon, they encountered a large pile of dessert, but their excitement turned to anger when they realized it was just a hologram. They also found a vending machine that created food of their choice, providing some comfort in their exploration.


Later, they met a girl who claimed to be Dr. Vegapunk and explained the island's unusual climate and special machines. However, Bonney was furious, not believing her to be the real Vegapunk.


After being left alone by Atlas, the group found a clothes dispenser and decided to change their costumes. However, they were soon attacked by a police Pacifista. When Luffy tried to fight back, Bonney tearfully revealed that Kuma was her father, shocking the Straw Hat crew. Despite the revelation, the Pacifista continued its attack, prompting Luffy to come to Bonney's rescue.


To avoid the Pacifista, Bonney used her powers to change their ages, including her own, Luffy, Chopper, and Jinbe. They managed to escape to a junkyard, where they discussed the rumors Jinbe had heard about Kuma's past. Bonney understood why her father might have become a Warlord, but she couldn't fathom why he agreed to become a mindless machine.


Jewelry Bonney in One Piece.
One Piece manga panel.


As they explored the junkyard, they stumbled upon an ancient robot and Dr. Vegapunk himself. Bonney confronted Vegapunk, accusing him of sacrificing lives for progress and threatening him with her beam saber. She demanded that he return her father to his normal self, but Vegapunk panicked and claimed the saber was defective.


However, when she turned it on, it attracted a swarm of bugs, causing Bonney to panic and fall unconscious. While Bonney was unconscious, Vegapunk asked Luffy, Chopper, and Jinbe to take her to the Labophase and warned them to leave before Fabriophase becomes a battlefield.


As they made their way to the Labophase, they encountered Rob Lucci, and Luffy engaged in a fight with him. Jinbe and Chopper carried Atlas and Bonney respectively to safety in the Labophase while the battle continued. During the journey, Bonney woke up but didn't recognize Luffy next to her due to a side effect from using Gear 5.


Once they reached the Labophase, Bonney separated from the group and demanded that Vegapunk restore her father, Bartholomew Kuma, back to normal. As Bonney chased Vegapunk in anger over the earlier bug incident, she asked if it was possible to restore her father, but Vegapunk claimed it couldn't be done, citing a good reason for it.


Bonney lured Vegapunk into a trap using her powers and forced him to reveal why he took her father's personality from him. Vegapunk refused to share the truth, as he had made a promise to Kuma to keep a secret from Bonney that would hurt her. Despite Bonney's disbelief, Vegapunk mentioned that Kuma had voluntarily given up his humanity.


She continued to press Vegapunk for answers, and her search led her to a large door with a bear paw print, which she deduced was connected to her father. Opening the door, she found a huge paw-shaped bubble, and Vegapunk warned her not to touch it, as it contained nothing but pain strong enough to kill someone. Bonney, however, recognized that it was her father's memories and was familiar with his powers.


In her determination to uncover the truth about her father's transformation into a cyborg, Bonney delves into his memories within the bubble. Inside, she witnesses the distressing scene of a young Kuma being mistreated and abused by people who sought to confine him once again. The cruelty and horror of these memories are overwhelming, causing Bonney to be forced out of the bubble momentarily.


Jewelry Bonney in One Piece.
One Piece manga panel.


Realizing that she was pushed out because she lacked the strength to continue, Bonney gathers her courage and resolves to face the memories again, determined to learn the truth behind her father's fate.


As she proceeds further into the memories, the truth becomes more apparent to her, and it becomes evident that whatever she saw was deeply upsetting. Overwhelmed with emotion, Bonney is moved to tears by the revelations within her father's memories.


Jewelry Bonney’s Personality


Bonney is a character with a multifaceted personality that adds depth and complexity to her portrayal. One prominent aspect of her character is her extreme gluttony and poor table manners.


She has a particular fondness for pizza, often seen eating it even during critical situations such as fighting or when on the run. This gluttonous nature, coupled with her demanding behavior for more food even before finishing her current meal, highlights her indulgent and impulsive side.


Jewelry Bonney in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Despite her aggressive temper and rude demeanor, Bonney also displays considerable tactfulness. She knows when to avoid trouble, especially in dangerous territories like the Sabaody Archipelago. This is evident when she orchestrates a scene to fake Zoro's death, fully aware of the dire consequences he would have faced for attempting to attack a World Noble.


This showcases her ability to think strategically and her sense of caution when necessary. While Bonney may exhibit a level of restraint in certain situations, she is not one to forgive easily. She holds grudges against those who wrong her and seems particularly resentful towards the Straw Hat Pirates for the chaos they caused in Sabaody.


Additionally, she harbors animosity towards either the World Government, the Marines, or the Blackbeard Pirates, though the reasons for this animosity remain undisclosed. Interestingly, despite her generally unpleasant demeanor, Bonney shows respect for her fellow members of the Worst Generation.


She takes a keen interest in the exploits of Monkey D. Luffy and Trafalgar Law, suggesting a level of admiration or fascination with their actions. Bonney's character is not devoid of emotional depth.


Her relationship with her father, Bartholomew Kuma, is of great importance to her. Witnessing his brutal enslavement at Mary Geoise left her heartbroken, revealing a more vulnerable and caring side to her personality. This emotional aspect provides a contrast to her otherwise aggressive and unyielding nature.


Jewelry Bonney in One Piece.
One Piece manga panel.


Moreover, Bonney has a severe case of entomophobia, which is the fear of insects. This fear is a significant vulnerability, as the sight of a large horde of insects rushing at her was enough to make her faint. She becomes fiercely vindictive and aggressive towards anyone who exploits this fear, regardless of their intentions.


Jewelry Bonney’s Appearance


Jewelry Bonney in One Piece.
Bonney in digitally colorized One Piece manga.


Bonney is typically depicted as a slim, curvaceous young woman with long light pink hair and brown eyes (purple in the anime). She has a distinctive appearance due to her Devil Fruit ability, which allows her to alter her age and change her appearance at will. When in her adult form, she maintains her curvaceous figure despite her enormous appetite for food.


Her usual outfit consists of a white low-cut tank top that exposes both her midriff and cleavage. She pairs this with orange-and-black striped buckled shorts, which have long, thin suspenders. She wears black high-heeled boots that reach up to her calves, with large laces coming from the openings.


Completing her attire are hot pink and dark red stockings with a yellow sun-like motif on them. She dons a green Furażerka hat with a light-green lining and has an anti-eyebrow below her right eye. Bonney's lips are adorned with bright red lipstick, and she is occasionally seen wearing a brown furred jacket.


Jewelry Bonney in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


When Bonney takes the form of a child using her Devil Fruit ability, she retains similar facial features but appears more childish. In this form, she is not as tall nor as buxom as she is in her adult form. Oda, the creator of One Piece, has drawn the Supernovas as children in SBS Volume 64.


In Bonney's childhood depiction, she has shoulder-length hair, and a rounder face, and is shown wearing somewhat dirty clothes, indicative of her huge appetite even since childhood. After the two-year timeskip, Bonney's appearance undergoes slight changes.


She is shown wearing a black hat, potentially a sunhat with a rim similar to Usopp's, and dons a brown-furred coat or cloak. She also switches from red lipstick to pink lipstick.


Jewelry Bonney in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


During the Levely Arc, Bonney maintains her pre-timeskip clothes but replaces her previous hat with one featuring earmuffs. Her white tank top now has frills on the rim, adding a small variation to her usual attire.


In the Egghead Arc, Bonney wears a dark-colored leotard bodysuit with a hood, along with gloves, thigh-length leggings, an earpiece, and a pair of DOM Shoes.


Jewelry Bonney’s Abilities


As the captain of the Bonney Pirates and a member of the Worst Generation, Bonney wields considerable authority and power. Before the timeskip, her bounty was Beli 140,000,000, and it increased to Beli 320,000,000 after the timeskip, indicating her strength and notoriety as a pirate.


She possesses impressive skills, making her an adept escape artist who managed to evade capture by the World Government multiple times. Her abilities in infiltration, stealth, thievery, acting, and mind games are enhanced by her Devil Fruit powers.


A remarkable example of her expertise in this field was when she successfully infiltrated Mary Geoise by posing as a Levely attendee, an impressive feat that is usually considered near impossible for most pirates.


Bonney is resourceful and adaptive, as demonstrated by her use of a beam saber she found in a scrap heap on Egghead. While it was a failure according to Vegapunk, Bonney wielded it as a weapon until it attracted a swarm of bugs, causing her to faint in fear.


During her pursuit of Vegapunk, she resorted to using a pipe as a makeshift club, displaying her tenacity and determination in her quest for answers about her father.


Physical Abilities


Bonney possesses impressive physical abilities despite her slender appearance. Her fighting style emphasizes powerful and versatile kicks, similar to the techniques used by Hancock and Sanji. This was evident when she managed to injure the monstrously durable Marshall D. Teach (Blackbeard) by kicking him in the head.


She also made a distracted Luffy bleed and sent him flying with just one kick, demonstrating her own substantial strength and speed. Her speed is exceptional as well, as she tackled Zoro before he could attack Saint Charlos and was able to sense his killing intent quickly enough to respond before he could strike.


Additionally, she stopped Luffy from attacking a Pacifista, showcasing her agility and reflexes.


Jewelry Bonney in One Piece.
One Piece manga panel.


Bonney's metabolism is extraordinary, allowing her to consume large amounts of food without gaining weight. Instead, she instantly burns the calories, replenishing her stamina. This unique trait grants her an advantage during prolonged battles and demanding situations.


Her physical endurance is also noteworthy. Bonney was stuck inside a Warm Eddy for an extended period without any apparent harm. This feat surprised Nami, who initially mistook her for a mermaid due to her ability to withstand such conditions.


Devil Fruit


Bonney possesses an unnamed Paramecia-type Devil Fruit that grants her the ability to manipulate the aging process of living beings and objects. With this power, she can change the age of herself, others, and even inanimate objects. The effects can range from disguising herself to making opponents rapidly age into their senior years or regress into small children.


Despite the alterations in bodily age, affected individuals retain their memories and cognitive abilities, acting normally despite the age they appear. However, the aging effects are temporary, and victims will eventually revert to their original age. Emotional outbursts by Bonney may lead to unspecified altered ages for anyone in her proximity, including herself.


Jewelry Bonney in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Bonney needs to use her hands to activate her powers, but she can also channel the effects through weapons or objects at her disposal. However, the aging effects on living things are temporary, and they eventually return to their rightful age.


One of her techniques is called "Distortion Future," where she ages herself into a possible future version, gaining a large, muscular physique. She can also apply this technique to others, as seen with Luffy in Egghead's scrapyard.


Another technique, "Toshi Tsuki," involves thrusting a staff weapon into a target to age them into a younger version, with the lost years manifested as glittering jewels.


Bonney also has the "Oil Shock" technique, which allows her to apply aging effects to metallic objects, corroding and breaking them.


Despite her formidable powers, Bonney's abilities have temporary effects, and she must use caution to avoid unintentional changes to the age of those around her. The chains used to restrain her by Blackbeard might contain Seastone to prevent her from accessing her powers. In the anime, she glows pink while using her abilities.


Jewelry Bonney’s Relationships

Family

Bartholomew Kuma (Father)


Jewelry Bonney in One Piece.
One Piece manga panel.


Bonney's relationship with her father, Kuma, was very positive and affectionate during her childhood. She remembered the love he gave her and was outraged at the World Government for turning him into a cyborg and allowing him to suffer abuse at the hands of the World Nobles. She deeply cared for him and defended his true personality whenever his reputation as a tyrant was brought up.


Crew


Jewelry Bonney in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Bonney's crew respects and follows her commands without question. They are loyal to her, fulfilling any needs she may have, but she seems to prioritize her own safety over theirs. However, the exact dynamics and interactions with her crew are not extensively described.


Rivals


Jewelry Bonney in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


As one of the Eleven Supernovas, Bonney is seen as a potential rival to the other members of this group for the top position in the sea. The extent of her rivalry with them is not detailed, but it's implied that there might be competition and competition between them.


Monkey D. Luffy


Jewelry Bonney in One Piece.
One Piece manga panel.


Initially, Bonney was furious with Luffy and the Straw Hat crew due to their actions during the Celestial Dragon incident. However, upon reading about their victory over Doflamingo, she praised both Luffy and Law.


When they later saved her life, she acknowledged Luffy as a rival but also joined in their merriment and shared a meal together. While she sees him as a rival, there seems to be a certain level of camaraderie and respect between them.


Roronoa Zoro

Jewelry Bonney in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Bonney's first encounter with Zoro was during the Saint Charlos incident, where she had to restrain him to prevent a potentially dangerous situation. She was exasperated by his cluelessness but became more confused when he showed compassion and helped a man who was previously shot. Their relationship is not extensively explored, but there might be some playful banter and interaction between them.


Trafalgar D. Water Law


Jewelry Bonney in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Although they have not encountered each other, Bonney admires Law for his alliance's victory over the Donquixote Pirates. The nature of their admiration and any potential interactions are not elaborated upon.


Enemies

World Government & Marines


Jewelry Bonney in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Bonney is a wanted criminal by both the World Government and the Marines. She has a mysterious connection to the World Government, and while she dislikes them for giving her father, Kuma, a reputation as a tyrant king, the exact nature of this connection is not fully explained.


She escaped from the World Government's custody, and Akainu is determined to return her to them. She resents the Celestial Dragons for their abuse of her father. CP0, a secret organization of the World Government, deemed her of no further use and sought to eliminate her.


Marshall D. Teach (Blackbeard)


Jewelry Bonney in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Bonney holds a grudge against Blackbeard for his role in triggering the Whitebeard War by capturing Portgas D. Ace and handing him over to the World Government. She despises Blackbeard even more after his crew dealt the final blows to Whitebeard, whom she admired. Despite her hatred, she does not seem to fear him and is not afraid to confront him directly.


Others

Vegapunk


Jewelry Bonney in One Piece.
One Piece manga panel.


Bonney has a history with Vegapunk and blames him for turning her father, Kuma, into a mindless cyborg. She seeks answers from Vegapunk and intends to find a way to change her father back to his original state. She threatened Vegapunk to force him to help her, but her plan backfired, causing her to faint temporarily. Despite this setback, she remains determined to pursue Vegapunk to achieve her goal.


Revolutionary Army


Jewelry Bonney in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Bonney is familiar with the Revolutionary Army as her father was once a part of it. She sees them as trustworthy and even teams up with them to save her father. She entrusted the Revolutionary Army, particularly Sabo, with the task of keeping her father safe while she went to find Vegapunk on Egghead.


Jewelry Bonney in Other Media


Jewelry Bonney in One Piece.
One Piece Bon! Bon! Journey!! Cover.


Apart from the One Piece manga and its anime adaptation, Bonney is also a playable character in the following games:


  • One Py Berry Match

  • One Piece Treasure Cruise

  • One Piece Bounty Rush

  • One Piece Bon! Bon! Journey!!


She is a supporting character in:


  • One Piece: Gigant Battle

  • One Piece: Gigant Battle! 2 New World

  • One Piece: Super Grand Battle! X

  • One Piece: Burning Blood

  • One Piece: Great Pirate Colosseum


Did You Know?


  • Bonney's rankings in fan polls: 36th (4th poll), 67th (5th poll), 68th (6th poll), 85th (7th poll).

  • She is the only known female Super Rookie and member of the Worst Generation.

  • Bonney and Monkey D. Luffy are the only Worst Generation members who are children of wanted criminals (Revolutionaries).

  • Her father is Bartholomew Kuma, and this connection was revealed in the Vivre Card databook.

  • Bonney's Devil Fruit ability is similar to her father's Nikyu Nikyu no Mi and Big Mom's Soru Soru no Mi.

  • She can extract and sublimate intangible traits of her target, like age.

  • Bonney and Charlotte Linlin (Big Mom) share several similarities.

  • Her birthday is September 1, linked to her epithet Oo-gurai.

  • The name "Bonney" is inspired by the 18th-century Irish pirate Anne Bonny.

  • She loves pizza Margherita but dislikes carrots.

  • Resembles a deer in appearance.

  • If set in the real world, Bonney would be from Australia.

  • She resembles a freesia flower the most according to Oda.

  • Her non-pirate profession would be a pizza shop owner.

  • Her hobbies include eating food and playing Jenga.


FAQs

Q. Who is Jewelry Bonney in One Piece?

A. Jewelry Bonney, known as the "Big Eater," is a member of the Worst Generation, a group of powerful and notorious pirates. She leads the Bonney Pirates from the South Blue. Her actions against the World Government earned her a bounty of Beli 140,000,000, which increased to Beli 320,000,000 after the timeskip. During the "Egghead Arc," she joins forces with the Straw Hat Pirates.

Q. What is Bonney's bounty?

A. Before the timeskip, Bonney had a bounty of Beli 140,000,000, which increased to Beli 320,000,000 after the timeskip. This significant increase reflects her reputation and strength as a pirate.

Q. What is Bonney's Devil Fruit power?

A. Bonney possesses an unnamed Paramecia-type Devil Fruit that grants her the ability to manipulate the aging process of living beings and objects. She can change the age of herself, other people, and even inanimate objects, using this power for various purposes, including disguise, combat, and infiltration.
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