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Magellan in One Piece

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


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


Magellan is the former Chief Warden of Impel Down, a notorious underwater prison in the One Piece world. For a significant period, Magellan served as the Chief Warden of Impel Down, responsible for maintaining the prison's security and ensuring that none of its notorious and dangerous inmates could escape.


His tenure as the Chief Warden was marked by an iron-fisted approach, demonstrating relentless ruthlessness in fulfilling his duties. However, Magellan's authority and position as Chief Warden were called into question during an unprecedented and perilous event - a mass breakout from Impel Down, orchestrated by a group of powerful pirates led by the infamous Monkey D. Luffy.


Despite his best efforts, Magellan was unable to prevent the jail's first and only large-scale jailbreak. As a consequence of this failure, he was demoted from his prestigious position as Chief Warden and replaced by the ambitious Hannyabal.


Magellan is an antagonist and a powerful figure in the Impel Down arc. He is a Devil Fruit user, having consumed the "Doku Doku no Mi" (Venom-Venom Fruit), which grants him the ability to generate and manipulate various poisons. With this power, Magellan can produce toxic substances of different potency, including deadly poisons and corrosive acids.


All About Magellan


Name

Magellan

First Appearance in Anime

One Piece Episode 425: The Prison's Strongest Man! Poison-man Magellan Appears

Japanese Voice Actor

Mitsuaki Hoshino

English Voice Actor

Jeremy Inman

Birthday

9th October

Age

45 (Debut)

47 (After Timeskip)

Gender

Male

Status

Alive

Affiliations

World Government

Impel Down

Occupation

Vice Warden

Chief Warden (Former)

Origin

Grand Line

Devil Fruit

Doku Doku no Mi (Venom-Venom Fruit)

Bounty

NA


Magellan’s History


During Magellan's childhood, he unwittingly consumed the Doku Doku no Mi, a fearsome Devil Fruit that granted him the power to produce and manipulate deadly poisons. Tragically, this newfound ability had an adverse effect on his surroundings, as a flower he was nurturing succumbed to the poison dripping from his body.


Magellan in One Piece.
Magellan as a child (One Piece manga panel.)


Around twenty-two years ago, during his time as the Vice-Warden of Impel Down, a notorious criminal named Shiki managed to escape from his cell and the confines of the formidable prison. Magellan, in shock, rushed to Shiki's cell, only to discover that the crafty criminal had resorted to severing his own shackled legs to facilitate his daring breakout.


In yet another significant incident from his past, Magellan confronted his fellow colleague, Chief Jailer Shiryu of the Rain. To his horror, he discovered that Shiryu was mercilessly murdering prisoners within Impel Down for sheer pleasure.


Appalled by Shiryu's callousness and disregard for his objections, Magellan took decisive action. He stripped Shiryu of his position as Chief Guard and sentenced him to the infamous Level 6 of Impel Down, where only the most dangerous and notorious criminals were held until their eventual death sentence.


Impel Down Arc


Upon Vice Admiral Momonga's arrival at Impel Down with the infamous pirate Boa Hancock, Magellan, the Vice Warden of the prison, introduced himself to the visitors. As they conversed, Magellan made humorous yet peculiar remarks about the prison's conditions.


He referred to the toilet as a "vicious struggle," possibly alluding to the harsh environment of Impel Down. Additionally, he expressed a preference for closed-off spaces, seemingly indicating a desire to shield himself from the outside world and its troubles.


Magellan, apologizing for his tardiness, explained that he had been delayed due to relieving himself. Hannyabal, one of his subordinates, jokingly suggested that it might be the consequence of consuming so much poison.


To this, Magellan cheerfully declared his love for poison, firmly believing that "poison should be fought with poison." Hannyabal urged him to hasten the visit to Ace, but the misunderstanding led Magellan to slip from his seat accidentally, releasing a breath of poisonous gas.


Magellan in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


While Hannyabal and others struggled to cope with the fumes, Hancock, Domino, and Momonga donned gas masks to protect themselves. In a moment of outrage, Hancock jumped on Magellan's chest, commenting on the foul air filled with his poison. Magellan, ever the observant one, couldn't resist remarking on Hancock's beauty, while Hannyabal found himself in an awkward situation, sitting on the Chief Warden's seat with Domino teasing him.


Subsequently, Magellan and Hannyabal accompanied Boa Hancock to Ace's cell. On Level 6, Magellan became irritated by the lewd remarks and catcalls from the prisoners directed towards Hancock. In a display of his authority, he unleashed his powerful attack, Hydra, targeting one of the prisoners to make it clear that he held the power to execute them on the spot.


After Hancock's departure, Magellan received urgent news of Monkey D. Luffy's infiltration into Impel Down. In response, he immediately ordered all forces to report to Level 4 to intercept the intruders. Later, when Luffy and Mr. 2 Bon Kurei were nearing the kitchen, Magellan unexpectedly dropped down in front of them, already activating his deadly poison powers, prepared to confront them.


Realizing the grave danger, the guards pleaded with Magellan to hold off the fight, as they feared getting caught in his poison. Bon Kurei warned Luffy about Magellan's abilities, urging them to escape instead of engaging in a futile battle. Magellan disclosed that he had already blocked the exits with guards and staff, effectively trapping the intruders on Level 4. He was determined to extract information from Luffy about how he managed to infiltrate the prison.


Unwavering, Luffy refused to divulge any information, even at the cost of his life. Thus, the battle ensued, with Magellan deploying his formidable poison hydra to pursue the two intruders, forcing Luffy and Bon Kurei to flee while some guards were caught in the wake of the poison's wrath.


In a fierce and harrowing battle, Magellan, the Vice Warden of Impel Down, confronted Monkey D. Luffy, who was determined to save his brother, Portgas D. Ace. As the guards cried out in pain from the poison, Magellan scolded them for getting too close to the combat zone.


Magellan in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Luffy, displaying his resilience and agility, leaped off a bridge, grabbed onto a hanging spike platform, and swung himself onto it, despite the flames below, causing him to suffer burns. With a powerful attack, Luffy managed to destroy one of Magellan's Hydra attacks, sending it plunging into the Pool of Blood.


Undeterred, Magellan countered with a poisonous bubble called Chloro Ball, which he sent toward Luffy. Although Luffy evaded the explosion, he found himself surrounded by sneezing tear gas, causing his eyes to water and making him sneeze uncontrollably. Magellan then used his Hydra to stretch and "swim" toward Luffy, dubbed Venom Road, and attempted to stab him with his poison-coated horns.


Despite Luffy's determination to save Ace, the battle took its toll on him. Luffy activated Gear 2, launching a powerful Jet Bazooka attack against Magellan, which connected but also inflicted poison on his own hands. Fatigued and in pain, Luffy declared his resolve to continue the fight, knowing he might have to make sacrifices to achieve his goal. He unleashed another powerful Jet Pistol attack, but Magellan countered with the Hydra, dripping Luffy with more corrosive poison.


Magellan unleashed a mist called Poison Cloud, affecting Luffy's vision and hearing, causing him to struggle further. Luffy's hands began to fail him as the poison took its toll, but he continued to push forward, displaying remarkable mental strength. Despite his best efforts, Luffy's attacks couldn't reach Magellan, and he accidentally kicked into the flames once again, further injuring himself.


Magellan, determined to end the battle, enveloped Luffy in his Hydra attack, leaving him covered in poison, which steadily eroded away at him. Magellan proclaimed it as punishment for daring to invade Impel Down, forewarning Luffy that within 24 hours, he would face the true horrors of hell. Showing no mercy, Magellan ordered the guards to throw Luffy into Level 5, where he would face certain death.


Magellan in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Upon returning to Level 4, Magellan discovered all the guards knocked out and the door leading to Level 3 wide open. Hannyabal informed him that Bon Kurei had broken through and returned to Level 3. Determined to recapture him, Magellan ordered the guards to apprehend Bon Kurei and had the Jailer Beasts disperse, delegating the cleanup task to the others as he proceeded to his secluded place, the bathroom.


As Buggy and Mr. 3 were captured, Magellan left their fate to Hannyabal's discretion, focusing on the more critical matters at hand. Domino, a high-ranking officer, chastised Magellan for his delay, emphasizing the importance of handing Ace over to the transport as scheduled. Unperturbed, Magellan headed to Ace's cell, intending to transfer him to Onigumo and his Marine squad.


After the transfer was complete, news reached Magellan about Luffy's presence on Level 6, surprising him that Luffy had managed to survive his potent poison. Determined to stop any further disturbances, Magellan intercepted Ace, who was attempting to escape back to Level 6 upon hearing the report.


With Ace handed over to the Marines, Magellan proceeded to Level 2 to address another riot. Taking matters into his own hands, he unleashed his powerful Poison Cloud, spreading it across the entire floor, killing the remaining prisoners, and blocking all exits with poison to prevent any escape attempts.


Communicating with Hannyabal and Shiryu, he coordinated their actions to maintain control over the prison. Magellan confronted the Blackbeard Pirates, identifying Blackbeard himself, and used his Hydra attack to incapacitate them.


After discovering Hannyabal beaten and unconscious, Magellan praised him for holding out as long as he did, acknowledging him as the only worthy successor to replace him. Vowing not to let Luffy escape alive, Magellan remained resolute in his pursuit of maintaining order within Impel Down.


Buggy, Mr. 3, and their group continued their riot on Level 1, while Luffy's breakout reached Level 3. However, Magellan was hot on their heels, swiftly taking down most of the escaping rioters, significantly reducing their numbers. As he approached the stairway to Level 2, he confronted Emporio Ivankov and Inazuma. Inazuma used his abilities to cut the stairway into pieces and block the exit, setting the stage for a confrontation with Magellan.


Magellan in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


During the intense battle, Iva used his Newkama Kenpo, a unique martial art, against Magellan. However, Magellan quickly incapacitated Iva by dousing him in poison. Unfazed, Iva revealed a secret power, transforming his appearance with heavy makeup. But Magellan found the fight uninteresting and readied himself for retaliation.


Magellan pressed on and climbed to Level 1 using his Venom Road technique, where he faced off against Inazuma. Inazuma, shocked and determined, used his abilities to cut pieces of the floor and create a defensive stance. Meanwhile, Magellan unleashed his Hydra attack, forcing all the prisoners to flee. As he was about to attack Luffy's group, Mr. 3 intervened with his Candle Wall, blocking the Hydra's assault.


Mr. 3, with quick thinking, fitted Luffy's hands and feet with wax boxing gloves and shoes to protect him from Magellan's poison. However, Magellan continued his relentless assault, using another Hydra attack. Luffy managed to land a powerful Gomu Gomu no Champion Rifle on Magellan, knocking him back without affecting Luffy, giving him a chance to fight without being poisoned. Other prisoners also joined the fray, using cannons and sticking them through the candle wall to attack Magellan.


Magellan then introduced a new type of poison called Kinjite, claiming it could destroy Impel Down itself. He closed in on the small group holding out against him, and even Luffy's Gomu Gomu no Stamp attack had no effect on him. As the poison crawled up Luffy's wax leg armor, Mr. 3 used Doru Doru Cancel to protect his friend.


Magellan in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


However, Magellan unleashed his powerful Venom Demon: Hell's Judgement attack, forcing Luffy and Mr. 3 to retreat as he relentlessly pursued them, unstoppable and determined to maintain order in Impel Down.


Magellan relentlessly pursued the escaped prisoners, cornering them near the prison entrance. However, at a critical moment, Emporio Ivankov used his Hell Wink to launch himself and Inazuma to the top of the prison, escaping Magellan's reach. Unfazed, Magellan unleashed his powerful Venom Demon attack as Luffy activated Gear 3, ready for the confrontation. To counter the assault, Mr. 3 created a massive wax wall with spikes.


Luffy, determined to protect his comrades, used Gomu Gomu no Giganto Stamp to push the wax wall into the Venom Demon, momentarily halting its advance. However, the corrosive poison began to eat through the wall, posing a serious threat to the group. In a daring plan, Luffy urged Iva to wake up and instructed everyone to hold onto Iva's face. Defiant, Magellan declared that their escape plan would fail, and they would not get away.


Magellan in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Unexpectedly, Iva used his Hell Wink ability, flying into the ocean while carrying everyone with him. The prisoners were later picked up by a large school of whale sharks summoned by Jinbe, aiding in their escape from Impel Down. Magellan, shaken and furious, faced the humiliation of witnessing the first mass breakout in the history of Impel Down.


Determined to ensure that the prisoners did not escape alive, Magellan ordered the Marine battleships to open fire on the ship housing the escapees. He planned to board one of the ships himself to eliminate them. Confident that there was no escape route, Magellan was shocked when the Gates of Justice began to open, seemingly on his command. To his surprise, Mr. 2, who had survived the onslaught earlier, stood there performing his traditional Okama dance.


Fueled by rage, Magellan prepared to unleash his fury on Mr. 2, but the defiant Okama stated that he had no regrets. Despite Magellan's efforts, the prisoners managed to escape, and he was left with the disgrace of allowing 241 inmates to slip through his grasp.


The Blackbeard Pirates, aided by Shiryu, reached Level 6 and freed the prisoners, leading to a severe beating of Magellan, leaving him near death as the prisoners successfully escaped. The event marked a significant setback for Impel Down and a moment of triumph for the escaped inmates.


Post-War Arc


After the intense war at Marineford, Sengoku received word that Magellan had regained consciousness despite sustaining critical injuries during his battle. Despite his dire condition, Magellan expressed a strong desire to take responsibility for the failure that occurred at Impel Down, going so far as to contemplate committing suicide for his perceived shortcomings.


From the Decks of the World


Following the time skip, Magellan faced the consequences of his actions as he was demoted to the vice warden, while his former subordinate Hannyabal took over as the new warden of Impel Down. Despite this setback, Hannyabal, Sadi, and the other jailers warmly celebrated Magellan's return to active duty.


Levely Arc


In his solitary cell, Donquixote Doflamingo speculated that someone had sent an assassin to eliminate Magellan, but the former warden remained silent, keeping his thoughts and emotions to himself.


Magellan’s Personality


Magellan possesses some peculiar quirks that set him apart from other characters. One of his most prominent quirks is his severe diarrhea, which is a consequence of his frequent consumption of poisoned food. Surprisingly, his Devil Fruit ability grants him immunity to poisoning but not to this specific ailment.


Despite enduring this uncomfortable condition on a regular basis, Magellan stubbornly continues to eat poisoned food. He spends a significant portion of his day, approximately ten hours, in the bathroom and dedicates eight hours to sleep. This hints at a possible agoraphobic nature, as he seems to prefer dark and enclosed spaces.


As the Warden of Impel Down, Magellan has an unorthodox work routine, performing only about four hours of duty per day. Nevertheless, he takes his role seriously and maintains strict discipline among the prisoners, not tolerating any misbehavior. Given the authority to execute prisoners as he sees fit, he does not hesitate to use his Hydra's lethal poison on those who insult or provoke him, as evidenced on Level 6.


Magellan in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Magellan takes immense pride in Impel Down's reputation as an impenetrable and inescapable prison. When Monkey D. Luffy broke this record, Magellan was personally insulted, considering it a stain on the prison's reputation since Shiki's escape twenty years prior. Despite his demotion, he is still regarded as the most reliable figure in Impel Down.


His pride in the prison led him to reject assistance from the Marines or any outsiders and instead released Shiryu, a dangerous prisoner, to help him. This decision nearly cost Magellan his life, but even in near-death circumstances, he was determined to take responsibility for the Level 6 convicts and even contemplated suicide as a result of his perceived failure.


Despite his stern and serious demeanor, Magellan finds amusement in seeing those he dislikes suffer the effects of his poisonous powers. He has a somewhat complicated relationship with his subordinate, Hannyabal, tolerating neither Hannyabal's poisonous comments nor his own occasional use of them. Magellan also displays emotional vulnerability when it comes to Boa Hancock, showing infatuation and being easily persuaded by her, a contrast to Hannyabal's focus on their serious predicament.


Magellan is an extremely serious combatant, never toying with his opponents and speaking sparingly. He demonstrates ruthlessness not only toward the prisoners but also towards his own men. He dismissed Shiryu from his position for killing prisoners for fun and had him imprisoned on Level 6, indicating his intolerance for abuse of power and his unwillingness to forgive such actions.


These quirks and traits make Magellan a complex character with a blend of seriousness, pride, peculiarities, and a strong sense of responsibility, adding depth to his role as the Warden of Impel Down.


Magellan’s Appearance


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


Magellan is a towering man as he is 16'1” tall, about three times the height of an average person. with a face resembling a mandrill. He has sharp teeth and a thick beard. His fingers look like those of the Blue Gorillas.


He wears bat wings and horn-like ornaments on his head, which he can use as weapons. Underneath the horns, he has short black twin-tail-styled hair, giving him an overall devilish appearance.


Unlike most guards who wear white uniforms, Magellan dons a black suit with a red shirt underneath, and he carries a piece of rope over his right shoulder. He also wears the standard cap of Impel Down workers.


Twenty years ago, as the vice-chief, Magellan had a similar attire but with a tan uniform and a green shirt.


Magellan in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


After the timeskip, he retains the same attire but bears scars on the left side of his face, covering his cheek and eye. His left wing and horn have been broken and repaired with sheet metal, likely due to the near-death experience from the Level 6 inmates' escape.


As a young child, Magellan was chubby, with smaller horns. He had hairy arms and painted his fingernails black. His attire consisted of a light-colored long-sleeve shirt with a three-headed dragon design, light-colored shorts, and black shoes. Despite being a child, his Devil Fruit power caused the flowers he tended to wither due to the poison oozing from his arm.


Magellan’s Abilities


Magellan is an incredibly powerful individual who held complete control over the prison. However, after the timeskip, with Hannyabal now serving as the warden and Magellan demoted to the vice warden, his authority within the prison has been overshadowed by Hannyabal's.


Despite his frequent and debilitating bouts of diarrhea that occupy him for 10 hours a day, along with 8 hours of sleep and 2 hours of recess, Magellan is still capable of efficiently coordinating Impel Down's defense squads and understanding all the prison's traps. His work hours are limited due to his condition, but he remains a formidable force.


Magellan in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Magellan has both the authority and the ability to execute prisoners as he deems fit, making him a feared figure among the inmates. Even the powerful Revolutionary Army commander, Emporio Ivankov, was quickly defeated by Magellan. Both Crocodile and Jinbe, the former Warlords of the Sea, showed concern when Magellan was about to arrive.


He displayed his might by easily defeating Luffy, who had used Galdino's wax armor as a defense against Magellan's poison. He also dispatched the Warlord of the Sea, Blackbeard, and his crew in one swift strike when they first encountered him. Although Blackbeard's crew underestimated Magellan, his strength proved overwhelming.


Magellan's horns are detachable and can be used as powerful weapons, slashing and piercing opponents. Additionally, they can transmit his poisonous abilities, dissolving anything they come into contact with.


Physical Abilities


Even without his Devil Fruit powers, Magellan possesses extraordinary strength and durability. He easily blocked powerful attacks like Luffy's wax-covered Gomu Gomu no Champion Stamp and stone pillars thrown at him by Inazuma. His reflexes are exceptional, allowing him to keep up with Luffy's fast movements in Gear Second.


Magellan's resilience is impressive, as he withstood numerous powerful Gear 2 attacks from Luffy without lasting injuries. He even shrugged off cannon fire without harm and remained unfazed by the extreme temperatures in different levels of Impel Down.


Devil Fruit


Magellan's Devil Fruit, the Doku Doku no Mi, grants him the ability to create and control various types of poison. He can produce mild irritants, strong paralyzing agents, and deadly corrosive toxins. His immunity to all poisons makes him invulnerable to his own creations.


He can shape large amounts of liquid poison into monstrous entities like hydras or demons, using them as powerful attacks. Magellan can move through poison as a means of transportation, akin to a pneumatic tube, and can envelop himself in poison for defense, deterring foes from direct contact.


Magellan in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Among his poisons, Kinjite is the most potent, capable of spreading and infecting everything it touches, even stone. It is so destructive that Magellan claims it can destroy Impel Down itself.


However, despite his immunity to poisons, Magellan's quirk is that he likes adding poison to his food for flavor. This results in severe diarrhea, causing him to spend approximately 10 hours a day in the bathroom. Yet, despite this inconvenience, he still enjoys eating poisoned food.


Magellan’s Relationships


World Government


Magellan is a highly loyal and dedicated individual, showing unwavering allegiance to the World Government. He takes great pride in his duties as the warden of Impel Down and values the prison's reputation as an impenetrable and inescapable facility.


Magellan in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Despite suffering critical injuries after the mass breakouts at Marineford, Magellan refused medical care and took full responsibility for the incident, demonstrating his sense of duty and commitment.


Sengoku, the fleet admiral, recognizes Magellan's worth and prevents him from taking his own life, showing the respect and regard he holds for the former warden.


Impel Down Personnel


Magellan's leadership style is strict and disciplined, and he does not tolerate insubordination or rowdy behavior among his colleagues. He enforces discipline with his poisonous breath or the corrosive Hydra when necessary, prioritizing the security of Impel Down above the well-being of his subordinates.


Magellan in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


His working relationship with Hannyabal, the current warden, is comically complex, with frequent tensions arising from Hannyabal's ambition to usurp Magellan's position and Magellan's own negligence in his duties. Despite their disagreements, Magellan acknowledges Hannyabal as a potential successor and respects his capabilities as a leader.


He also holds a certain respect for Sadi, one of Impel Down's jailers, for her viciousness and tracking skills. Sadi, in turn, developed a crush on Magellan during the timeskip.


Shiryu's heinous actions of murdering prisoners for his own amusement enraged Magellan, and he faced the consequences of his crimes with Magellan's fury.


In the dire situation of the mass breakout, Magellan reluctantly sought Shiryu's help and temporarily suspended his death sentence. However, this decision proved to be a grave mistake, as Shiryu betrayed Impel Down, killed his fellow guards, and joined forces with the Blackbeard Pirates.


Despite his demotion, Magellan remains highly trusted within the prison. His loyalty to the World Government and commitment to his duties as the former warden has earned him respect and recognition among his colleagues, making him a formidable and reliable figure in the chaotic world of Impel Down.


Criminals


Magellan's authority within Impel Down allows him to kill any criminal confined within its walls. He shows little mercy or tolerance towards the prisoners and is willing to use extreme measures against them. When provoked, he coats them with his deadly poison, leaving them with no chance of survival. The prisoners fear his ruthlessness, especially his fearsome Hydra technique.


Magellan in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


During the mass breakout, Magellan unleashed his poison without mercy, determined to stop the escaping prisoners at any cost. Despite having the power to execute prisoners, he does not abuse this privilege and even imprisoned Shiryu for killing prisoners for his own amusement.


Shiki


Magellan in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Twenty years ago, Shiki escaped from Impel Down, cutting off his own shackled legs and replacing them with swords. Magellan, the Vice Warden at the time, reported the escape, causing a hit to the prison's pride and his own.


Monkey D. Luffy


Magellan holds a deep grudge against Monkey D. Luffy, who became the first person to break into Impel Down in years, tarnishing the prison's perfect record since Shiki's escape.


Magellan in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Luffy's actions were a personal insult to Magellan as the Chief Warden, and he vowed to prevent Luffy from rescuing Ace and escaping the prison. However, Luffy's successful mass breakout humiliated Magellan, and he sought revenge against Mr. 2 Bon Kurei, who stayed behind to help Luffy escape.


Bentham


Magellan in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


During the final stages of the Impel Down Arc, Bentham's actions infuriated Magellan. Despite a long and challenging battle, Bentham stayed back on Level 1 to ensure the escape of the rest of the crew. Confronted by Magellan, Bentham faced his judgment with no regrets. In the end, they fought, and surprisingly, Magellan failed to kill Bentham.


Marshall D. Teach

Magellan in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Marshall D. Teach's invasion added more chaos, and Magellan, already weakened, suffered severe injuries. Teach even recruited Magellan's former subordinate, Shiryu, into his pirate crew. Despite all the fatal injuries he had suffered, Magellan claimed that his pride was wounded for the worse.


Magellan in Other Media


Magellan in One Piece.
One Piece: Gigant Battle.


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


He is a playable character in the following games:


  • One Piece: Gigant Battle

  • One Piece: Gigant Battle! 2 New World

  • One Py Berry Match

  • One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3

  • One Piece Thousand Storm

  • One Piece Bon! Bon! Journey!!

  • One Piece Bounty Rush


He also makes an appearance as an enemy in:


  • One Piece Romance Dawn: The Dawn of the Adventure

  • One Piece: Pirate Warriors

  • One Piece: Pirate Warriors 2


Magellan also makes supporting appearances in:


  • One Piece: Pirate Warriors 2

  • One Piece: Super Grand Battle! X

  • One Piece: Burning Blood

  • One Piece: Great Pirate Colosseum


Did You Know?


  • Magellan's name is inspired by the famous Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan, who is said to have died from a bamboo spear.

  • His favorite foods are poison soup and Fugu sashimi with poison still in it.

  • The prisoners on Level 6 call him "geri yaro" (literally "diarrhea rascal" or "shitty bastard") due to his frequent diarrhea from eating poisoned food.

  • Magellan's sinister face and goat horns give him the appearance of a demon, resembling Baphomet, a winged humanoid goat deity.

  • His appearance and condition may also reference Belphegor, a prince of hell associated with sloth, often depicted as a horned man sitting on a toilet.


FAQs

Q. Who is Magellan in One Piece?

A. Magellan is a character in the anime and manga series One Piece. He is the former Chief Warden of Impel Down, one of the world's most notorious prisons, responsible for holding the world's most dangerous criminals.

Q. What are Magellan's abilities?

A. Magellan possesses the power of the Doku Doku no Mi, a Paramecia-type Devil Fruit that grants him the ability to create and control poison. He can produce various types of poisons in liquid and gas forms, and he is completely immune to all poisons.

Q. What is Magellan's current status after the timeskip?

A. After the timeskip, Magellan has been demoted to Vice Warden of Impel Down, with Hannyabal becoming the new Chief Warden. Despite his demotion, he is still considered the most trusted man in the prison.
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