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Salome in One Piece

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


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


Salome is a giant snake and is always seen with Boa Hancock, the Pirate Empress. It serves as Boa’s personal snake weapon.


All About Salome


Name

Salome

First Appearance

One Piece Episode 409: Hurry! Back to the Crew - Adventure on the Isle of Women

Japanese Voice Actor

Unknown

English Voice Actor

Jason Kane,

Aaron Roberts (3D2Y)

Gender

Female

DOB

6th March

Status

Alive

Origin

Amazon Lily

Affiliations

Kuja

Occupation

Snake Weapon

Pet


Salome’s History


Salome, always at Hancock's side, served as her throne both in her room and the coliseum. When Hancock joined the Whitebeard War, she brought Salome along.


Later, during the Marineford war, Salome provided support to Hancock as a spiral. Hancock confided in Salome about her concerns for Monkey D. Luffy after Ace's death.


Salome in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Following this, after Luffy's escape with the Heart Pirates, Hancock uses Salome's tracking abilities. Upon returning to Amazon Lily, Salome resumed her role as Hancock's throne.


In the Wano Country arc, following the abolition of the Seven Warlords system, Salome was present in Hancock's throne room as a Marine fleet approached Amazon Lily.


Salome’s Personality


Salome is a friendly and playful companion of Hancock. She's really close to Hancock and cares about her a lot. When Hancock was sick, Salome was worried about her.


Salome’s Appearance


Salome in One Piece.
Salome, as seen in the anime.


Salome is a big white snake with large pink spots and a pale yellow underside. She has thin black lines on her belly.


On her head, she wears a horned skull with cracks, and blue hair sticks out from the back. Salome is often seen with what looks like a smile.


In the manga, her skin is a lighter pink than the spots on her body.


Salome’s Abilities


Salome serves as a chair for Boa Hancock, acting like a throne or a supportive spiral. Because of her size, she helps Hancock gain height for powerful attacks, like the Slave Arrow aerial bombardment.


Salome also has the unique ability to track things underwater. She sensed Whitebeard's seaquake and assisted Hancock in following Trafalgar Law's submarine. In the Pirate Warriors games, Salome can transform into a bow, named the Prisoner Crossbow, letting Hancock shoot Slave Arrows at enemies.


Salome in Other Media


Salome in One Piece.
One Piece: Pirate Warriors.


In addition to the One Piece manga and its anime adaptation, Salome also appears in the following games as a non-playable character:


  • One Piece: Pirate Warriors

  • One Piece: Pirate Warriors 2

  • One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3

  • One Piece Thousand Storm

  • One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4


Did You Know?


  • Salome's name is inspired by a type of narcissus flower.

  • In the Bible, Salome, the daughter of Herodias, is often depicted as dangerous and seductive, similar to how Hancock is portrayed.

  • Despite not ranking in the top ten in the fifth fan popularity poll, Salome appeared on the cover page of Chapter 771 with the other top ten characters, accompanying Hancock.

FAQs

Q. Who is Salome in One Piece?

A. Salome is a giant snake and is always seen with Boa Hancock, the Pirate Empress. It serves as Boa’s personal snake weapon. 

Q. When does Salome first appear in One Piece?

A. Salome first appears in One Piece episode 409, titled "Hurry! Back to the Crew - Adventure on the Isle of Women"

Q. When does Boa Hancock appear?

A. Boa Hancock first appeared in episode 411 of the anime, titled “The Secret Hidden on Their Backs - Luffy Encounters the Snake Princess” and in chapter 516 of the One Piece manga, titled “Pirate Empress Boa Hancock.”
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