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Trebol in One Piece

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


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


Trebol holds a significant position as one of the top three officers within the notorious Donquixote Pirates, where he serves as a Staff Officer. His authority is demonstrated by his occupation of the Club seat within the Donquixote Family hierarchy. Additionally, Trebol takes charge of the Trebol Army subdivision, leading a group of pirates under the Donquixote flag.


One of Trebol's most distinctive attributes is his role in fostering the cruelty of Donquixote Doflamingo, the captain of the Donquixote Pirates. From Doflamingo's youth, Trebol played a personal and influential part in shaping his character, instilling in him a penchant for wickedness and malevolence.


As a result, Trebol indirectly becomes responsible for the immense evil and suffering brought about by Doflamingo's wrath, making him a key figure in the series.


In the Dressrosa Arc, Trebol's significance becomes more apparent. Initially, his presence may not seem as impactful, but as the arc progresses, it becomes evident that Trebol holds a greater influence than initially suggested. His actions and decisions contribute significantly to the unfolding events and the overall narrative of the Dressrosa Arc.


All About Trebol


Name

Trebol

First Appearance in Anime

One Piece Episode 629: Startling! The Big News Shakes Up the New World

Japanese Voice Actor

Taiki Matsuno

English Voice Actor

Alejandro Saab

Birthday

18th March

Age

49

Gender

Male

Status

Alive

Affiliations

Donquixote Pirates

Occupation

Pirate Executive Officer

Staff Officer

Sugar's Bodyguard

Origin

North Blue

Devil Fruit

Beta Beta no Mi (Stick-Stick Fruit)

Bounty

Beli99,000,000 (Last Known)


Trebol’s History


Trebol's childhood was marked by constant hunger, leading him to devour the Beta Beta no Mi fruit. Before turning 18, he formed a gang alongside Vergo, Diamante, and Pica, and stumbled upon the powerful Ito Ito no Mi fruit.


At 18, Trebol and his gang encountered a young Donquixote Doflamingo, discovering his ability to wield Haoshoku Haki. Convinced that Doflamingo would become the ruler of the world, they pledged their loyalty to him.


Trebol presented Doflamingo with the Ito Ito no Mi and a flintlock pistol, facilitating his quest for revenge against the world. The gang, including Trebol, would go to extreme lengths to serve Doflamingo, even resorting to murder and burning down entire towns over trivial incidents.


Trebol in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Fifteen years later, Trebol held a position of authority within Doflamingo's crew. He and Diamante engaged in a conversation with Trafalgar Law, discussing their past experiences and the behavior of Corazon. However, their dialogue drastically changed when Corazon abruptly threw Law out of a window.


As Law spent more time with the crew over the following week, Trebol casually taunted him about his homesickness and revealed the truth about Corazon's role in his initial injury. It was during this period that the crew learned of Law's affliction with Amber Lead Syndrome.


Once Law officially became a member of the Donquixote Pirates, the crew expanded their influence throughout the Grand Line. They engaged in various activities such as pillaging, conducting business transactions, and capturing bounties. However, a turning point came when Corazon suddenly left the crew, taking Law with him.


Six months later, Trebol, alongside Diamante, Pica, and Doflamingo, convened for a meeting. They noticed the lack of Marine pursuit during Corazon's absence, arousing their suspicions. Additionally, they devised plans to acquire the Ope Ope no Mi fruit during trade on Rubeck Island and arranged to rendezvous with Corazon on Swallow Island three days prior to the exchange.


Subsequently, the crew arrived at Minion Island, the base of the Barrels Pirates, who possessed the coveted Ope Ope no Mi fruit. Vergo alerted them to Corazon's betrayal. As Doflamingo unleashed his birdcage ability, enveloping a portion of the island, the Donquixote Pirates assaulted and pillaged the hideout of the Barrels Pirates.


Trebol in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


When they located Corazon, they launched a brutal attack on him until Doflamingo intervened. Later, Buffalo and Baby 5 informed Doflamingo that the Marines had taken a boy into custody. Speculating that the boy might be Law, the crew abandoned Corazon, presuming him dead, and prepared to depart. However, as they attempted to leave the island, they found themselves under fire from Tsuru's squadron.


In the anime, a year later, the Donquixote Pirates organized an auction for the Goru Goru no Mi, although Doflamingo had no intention of actually selling it. During the event, Gild Tesoro, a newcomer, infiltrated the auction and dispatched criminals to cause chaos and seize the Devil Fruit.


Infuriated by this, Doflamingo ordered his assassins to eliminate Tesoro, but they all failed in their attempts. Two years later, Trebol played a significant role in Doflamingo's plot to take over Dressrosa. After successfully manipulating the citizens into viewing Riku Doldo III as a villain, Trebol, along with Diamante and Pica, emerged as supposed heroes and subdued the Dressrosa army.


Two years prior to the present events, when Luffy's second bounty was unveiled, Doflamingo assigned Trebol the task of gathering information about the young pirate.


Dressrosa Arc


While Baby 5 searched for Trebol, she found him clinging to the wall of a house, observing the chaos in the country and suggesting that the rest of the world might be experiencing similar turmoil. He approached Baby 5 closely, asking if it was true that Doflamingo had killed another one of her boyfriends. Baby 5, feeling uncomfortable, told him to back off. Trebol then flirted with her briefly, suggesting that she should marry him instead of someone who would eventually meet the same fate at Doflamingo's hands.


However, he quickly brushed it off as a joke and informed Baby 5 that Doflamingo wanted to see him, instructing him to bring the Mera Mera no Mi fruit along. In Doflamingo's meeting room, Trebol dropped from the ceiling and handed the desired fruit to Doflamingo, getting too close to him in the process.


Later, in the underground dungeon where many disqualified participants from the Corrida Colosseum were imprisoned, Trebol utilized his power to envelop Sai in a sticky substance, pulling him up to the ceiling. Sai was then transformed into a toy, and Trebol ordered him to obey the orders of the Donquixote Family and proceed to a factory.


Trebol in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


When Franky attempted to infiltrate the Toy House, Trebol, and Sugar overheard the commotion through a Den Den Mushi. Trebol assured Sugar that the Straw Hats' target was the SMILE Factory, and even if they managed to reach it, she could turn them into toys. He was confident that the pirates remained unaware of Sugar's existence.


Upon Cavendish's arrival at the officer tower, Trebol ensnared him with his sticky substance. After Sugar transformed Cavendish into a toy, Trebol put him to work.


At one point, Robin disguised herself as one of Doflamingo's subordinates and deceived Trebol by reporting trouble at the trade port. Falling for the ruse, Trebol left the tower, only to realize he had been tricked. He attempted to capture the fleeing Robin, but she turned out to be a clone. In a fit of anger, he seized a pirate ship and hurled it at the tower.


Using his sticky substance, Trebol captured the dwarves and, after coaxing Leo into divulging their alliance, he ignited the substance, causing an explosion. Reunited with Sugar, Trebol reveled in the dwarves' incapacitation.


He then commanded both his subordinates and enslaved toys to resume their duties. When the fallen dwarves chanted "Usoland," Trebol inquired about him, and Leo declared that Usoland would not only save the dwarves but also free all the enslaved toys.


Trebol dismissed their faith with a mocking laugh, claiming that they had been deceived and their supposed savior was nowhere to be found, probably laughing at their misery. He crushed Leo underfoot in a fit of anger and proceeded to stomp on the other dwarves until Usopp revealed himself. Usopp confessed his lies and launched an attack against Trebol.


After an intense and grueling battle, Trebol proved to be too powerful for Usopp, trapping him in his sticky substance. The situation took a dire turn when Sugar, under Doflamingo's orders, forced the Tatababasco fruit into Usopp's mouth. The effect of the fruit caused Usopp to make a horrifying expression that both surprised and terrified Sugar.


Trebol, witnessing Sugar losing consciousness and her curse breaking, sadly informed Doflamingo about the unexpected turn of events. Amidst the chaos, Trebol attempted to attack Robin, Usopp, and the dwarves, but Robin valiantly stepped in, engaging Trebol in battle.


Her intervention allowed the dwarves to rush the injured Usopp to safety. However, their confrontation was abruptly interrupted by the arrival of Hajrudin, creating a temporary ceasefire.


Trebol in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


In the aftermath, Trebol and Diamante took up their positions as guards outside the SMILE factory, fending off numerous attackers who sought to dismantle Doflamingo's operations. Despite facing heavy resistance, they managed to repel the assault and maintain their post.


Eventually, Trebol and Diamante regrouped with the other top members of the Donquixote Pirates at the relocated royal palace atop Flower Hill, which was orchestrated by Pica. However, Trebol faced the disapproval of Lao G for his failure to protect Sugar. Nevertheless, Doflamingo granted Trebol clemency for his mistakes, assuring him that the factory no longer required guarding.


In a show of force, Doflamingo destroyed the factory's keys, effectively preventing any potential enemies from accessing it. When a subordinate dared to mock Pica's high voice, Trebol, alongside the other Elite Officers, displayed their anger towards the insolent man.


Trebol remained at Doflamingo's side when Bellamy arrived at the palace, confronting Doflamingo for his betrayal. The tension escalated further as Luffy and Law infiltrated the palace, prompting Trebol to stand alongside Doflamingo as they prepared for the impending confrontation.


During the ensuing clash, Luffy's anger towards Doflamingo's mistreatment of Bellamy led him to attack, but Trebol couldn't contain his laughter when Doflamingo used Bellamy as a shield. However, Trebol's amusement turned to surprise when Luffy redirected his attack towards Law, seemingly losing his mind.


To everyone's astonishment, Law utilized his ROOM ability, executing Shambles to switch places with Doflamingo. This allowed Luffy to land a powerful strike on Doflamingo, catching Trebol off guard. As Trebol realized Law had taken Doflamingo's seat, Law's ability sliced Trebol into pieces, incapacitating him momentarily.


Desperate to reassemble himself, Trebol's efforts were thwarted by Law's Radio Knife, preventing his regeneration. Just as Law was about to deliver a finishing blow with Injection Shot, Doflamingo, having recovered from Luffy's previous attack, intervened and stopped Law's assault. Taking advantage of the situation, Trebol immobilized Law, enabling Doflamingo to inflict a severe wound using Fulbright.


As the battle raged on between Doflamingo and Law, Trebol grew increasingly concerned when Doflamingo's composure began to crumble upon Law revealing himself as a "D." The tension peaked when Law managed to strike Doflamingo with Injection Shot, causing Trebol to feel a surge of pride.


However, his joy was short-lived as Doflamingo retaliated, severing Law's right arm. In a cruel twist of fate, just as Doflamingo prepared to execute Law with his pistol, Trebol's laughter filled the air as Luffy emerged victorious, defeating Doflamingo's string clone.


Trebol in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


From a distance, Trebol witnessed the destruction of the SMILE factory. Unbeknownst to him, the captivated healer, Mansherry, had been rescued, leaving him unaware of her powers to restore the factory.


During the intense battle between Luffy and Bellamy, Trebol provided support to Doflamingo, aiding him in overpowering Law. In a shocking turn of events, Trebol witnessed Doflamingo ruthlessly shooting Law multiple times, leaving him severely wounded.


As Luffy returned to the rooftop of the palace to continue his confrontation with Doflamingo, Trebol stood by Doflamingo's side, claiming that Law had been killed and that the Birdcage was closing in. However, Trebol's surprise grew when Law unexpectedly switched places with Luffy, catching him off guard.


To his amazement, Law unleashed a devastating attack called Gamma Knife on Doflamingo, leaving Trebol wondering how Law could execute an Ope Ope no Mi technique without creating a ROOM. Law then revealed his secret, exposing the fact that he had maintained a massive ROOM encompassing the entire New King's Plateau throughout the battle, leaving Trebol even more astounded.


As Doflamingo suffered from the aftermath of Law's attack, Trebol, consumed by fury, attempted to strike Law but was swiftly thwarted by Luffy's intervention. Trebol grew anxious as Law unleashed another assault on Doflamingo using Counter Shock, yet his satisfaction returned when Doflamingo managed to stand up once more. However, Trebol's nerves heightened as Luffy prevented Doflamingo from retaliating against Law.


Witnessing Luffy and Doflamingo engage in a clash infused with Haoshoku Haki, Trebol couldn't help but recall the past when he first witnessed Doflamingo's mastery of this powerful ability. Reflecting on the circumstances that shaped Doflamingo into the man he had become, Trebol marveled at Luffy's own Haoshoku Haki prowess.


Trebol in One Piece.
One Piece manga panel.


Taking advantage of an opening, Trebol immobilized Luffy using his sticky substance, rendering Luffy's attempts to break free futile. Asserting that he was not a Logia user, Trebol proceeded to coat Law in his mucus using Beto Launcher.


Seizing the opportunity to taunt Trebol, Law provoked his anger, leading Trebol to prepare an attack against Law, confident in his inability to fight back. However, Law activated his ROOM and utilized his levitated severed arm to inflict severe wounds on Trebol, revealing the truth behind Trebol's deceptive appearance as a frail, hunchbacked man hidden beneath his mucus-coated coat. Enraged, Trebol resorted to igniting his mucus in a desperate attempt to eliminate Law, resulting in a powerful explosion.


The force of the explosion left Trebol unconscious for the remainder of the battle. After Doflamingo's ultimate defeat, he was subsequently apprehended by the Marines, marking the end of Trebol's reign of terror.


Trebol’s Personality


Trebol's peculiar behavior includes a tendency to invade personal space, prompting others to comment on his uncomfortably close proximity during conversations. His boldness and insensitivity are evident when he callously inquired if Doflamingo had killed another one of Baby 5's fiancés and even jokingly proposed marriage to her, knowing it would manipulate her into helping him.


Trebol in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Trebol can also exhibit rash and violent tendencies, as demonstrated by his impulsive act of throwing a ship at the Officer Tower upon realizing that the Straw Hat Pirates were attacking Sugar, without considering the potential damage or harm to her.


He further showcased his cruelty by callously setting the captured dwarves on fire and sadistically mocking their belief in Usopp as their savior before mercilessly stomping on each and every one of them. Despite his lack of empathy and cruelty, Trebol displays zero tolerance for anyone who insults his family, as he becomes angry when a subordinate giggles at Pica's voice, and he becomes enraged when directly insulted, such as when he lunged at Law after being insulted, despite Doflamingo's warning.


After being wounded by Law's Sterben attack, Trebol attempted to kill Law with a devastating explosion using his staff, although Law survived the attempt.


While Trebol cares for the Donquixote Family, he can be rude and disrespectful to his subordinates, including those with deep connections to Doflamingo. He referred to Sugar as a brat and laughed at Senor Pink's infant clothing, although this appears to be mutual as Trebol retorted to Lao G's comment about Sugar being a child by stating she is not.


Additionally, Trebol has a persistent issue with an excessive and repulsive amount of mucus that continuously drips and hangs from his nose, likely due to his Devil Fruit powers. He often claims he cannot help it, with the mucus sometimes increasing when he laughs or experiences excitement or surprise.


Trebol possesses unwavering confidence in himself, taking his role as Sugar's bodyguard seriously and aligning with Doflamingo to confront Luffy and Law. He firmly believes in the power of his Devil Fruit, as his mucus can overpower anyone. He holds immense pride in Doflamingo, considering him the rightful king of Dressrosa.


Trebol also assumes that if the Straw Hat Pirates were to infiltrate underground, Sugar would easily turn them into toys. Similar to Doflamingo, Trebol's arrogance and overconfidence result in a carefree attitude, causing him to underestimate his opponents. However, he becomes increasingly panicked when faced with unexpected events.


Trebol disregarded Doflamingo's instruction to bring Sugar back to the castle, only to be shocked when he discovered Sugar had fainted after seeing Usopp's terrifying face. As he attempted to revive Sugar, Trebol lamented the revelation of the toys reverting to their original forms, which exposed Doflamingo's tyrannical rule.


Witnessing Luffy demonstrate Haoshoku Haki during his clash with Doflamingo, Trebol was taken aback by this ability. Despite this, he remained convinced that Luffy was incapable of defeating Doflamingo.


Trebol in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


After being insulted by Law, who claimed Doflamingo was merely using Trebol and the other Elite Officers as puppets, Trebol resolved to kill Law, believing himself to be helpless due to being bound by his own mucus. However, this decision came at a great cost as Law manipulated Trebol's severed arm, holding a sword, to inflict a serious wound. Determined to eliminate Law, Trebol resorted to a suicide attack.


Trebol holds Haoshoku Haki in high regard, viewing it as a quality befitting a king. Doflamingo's mastery of Haoshoku Haki was the reason why Trebol and the other Elite Officers pledged their loyalty and obeyed his every command.


Like many characters in One Piece, Trebol possesses a distinct laughter style: "Behehehehe". He also has a unique speech pattern, often beginning his sentences with "Ne" or "Ne, ne" (translating to "Hey" or "Hey, hey"). On occasions, he may repeat "Ne" multiple times in succession. Trebol's nasally voice gives his words a "Nyeh" or "Nyeh, nyehh" quality.


Trebol’s Appearance


Trebol is a towering hunchback with a disheveled appearance. Despite his impairment, he stands at a similar height to Doflamingo, Diamante, and Pica. He wears a long, ragged blue coat made of his Devil Fruit mucus, which constantly trails mucus and sticky slime. The front of his coat cleverly disguises his emaciated figure, creating the illusion of a barrel chest.


Trebol in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Trebol appears like a giant snail, with snot hanging from his broad, flat nose and small slanted eyes hidden behind sunglasses. He sports a bowl-cut hairstyle, a long, thick beard, and stubble on his upper lip. Shackles adorn his ankles, and he carries a scepter with a club suit design, which doubles as a lighter to ignite his mucus.


As a child, Trebol lacked his signature mucus coat and wore a bowler hat, sunglasses, and tattered clothing. Over time, he adopted his distinct appearance, constantly plagued by a runny nose. In his later years, his facial features took on a dribbling appearance due to his Devil Fruit, but he eventually reverted to his original look during Doflamingo's rule over Dressrosa.


Trebol’s Abilities


Trebol holds the prestigious position of the Club seat, one of the top three elite officers, within the Donquixote Pirates. As the staff officer of the crew, he commands his own subdivision known as the Trebol Army. His subordinates included Sugar, Violet (before her defection), and Giolla, forming a special powers team under his leadership.


Even at a young age, Trebol demonstrated great strength, capable of burning down an entire town alongside Vergo, Diamante, and Pica. Together with Diamante, Trebol defeated the entire army of Dressrosa when he was 39 years old. He showcased his combat prowess by effortlessly defeating the ex-toys who attacked the SMILE Factory without sustaining any injuries.


Trebol in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Trebol possessed impressive marksmanship skills, with exceptional hand-eye coordination. His mucus-based bullets were fired at incredible speed, allowing him to accurately shoot down a fly in mid-flight, even piercing through multiple layers of reinforced concrete.


Additionally, Trebol was knowledgeable about Haki, including the understanding that individuals who possess Haoshoku Haki are deemed qualified to become kings. He was proficient in using both Busoshoku (Armament) and Kenbunshoku (Observation) Haki.


Physical Abilities


Trebol possesses remarkable agility and speed, allowing him to cover long distances with incredible swiftness. Despite his hunchbacked stature, he exhibits an astonishing level of physical strength. He demonstrated this by effortlessly lifting a giant ship out of a harbor and using it as a weapon, swinging it like a flail and causing significant damage to the Officer's Tower.


The impact of the ship smashing through the roof led to the collapse of the entire building. Trebol also displayed resilience, as he sustained minimal damage from one of Luffy's powerful kicks, although it did knock him aside.


Weapons


Trebol is equipped with a distinctive staff featuring a club suit design at the top. The staff serves multiple purposes: the top functions as a lighter, which he combines with his flammable mucus ability, while the bottom is sharp, enabling him to use it as a stabbing weapon.


During his younger years, at the age of 18, Trebol carried multiple flintlock pistols. He presented one of these pistols as a gift to Doflamingo, and he used another to eliminate a thug who had attacked Doflamingo.


Devil Fruit


Trebol possesses the Beta Beta no Mi, a Paramecia-type Devil Fruit that grants him the power to create and control mucus. The mucus he generates is notably thick and possesses exceptional adhesiveness, allowing him to use it for various purposes.


One of Trebol's primary abilities is his capacity to stick to walls, ceilings, and other surfaces using his sticky mucus. This skill grants him enhanced mobility and the ability to move in unconventional ways. Additionally, he can employ his mucus to restrain and smother opponents, effectively immobilizing them. His mucus is so potent that he can even restrain entire ships, showcasing the extent of his control over it.


Trebol in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Trebol can shape and manipulate his mucus to form bullets, which he can fire at high speeds with remarkable precision. These mucus bullets can be highly destructive, posing a serious threat to his adversaries.


The most dangerous aspect of Trebol's mucus is its extreme flammability. The mucus can easily ignite upon contact with even a small spark, resulting in explosive reactions. Trebol skillfully utilizes this property to enhance the potency of his attacks, making him a formidable opponent in battle.


Furthermore, Trebol has the ability to alter the color of his mucus. He often employs this attribute to deceive and confuse his opponents. By creating baggy clothing made out of mucus and coloring it to resemble a larger body, he can trick opponents into attacking a false target, allowing him to evade or counter their assaults effectively.


Trebol’s Relationships

Crew


Trebol has a casual and fearless demeanor around Doflamingo, often invading his personal space, much to Doflamingo's annoyance. Trebol affectionately refers to him as "Doffy," and their relationship dates back to their childhood. Unlike others who tormented Doflamingo, Trebol never mistreated him and even offered him power.


He bestowed Doflamingo with the Ito Ito no Mi Devil Fruit and his signature flintlock pistol. Trebol and the other top officers greatly admire Doflamingo and are devoted to him, willing to do anything for their captain's sake.


Trebol cares deeply for Doflamingo's well-being and jumps in to protect him from any perceived threat, going so far as to eliminate anyone who even slightly offends Doflamingo. In return, Doflamingo shows concern for Trebol's safety, rescuing him when Law posed a threat. However, their relationship becomes strained when Trebol is seriously injured by Law's trap, leading to insults from Doflamingo.


Trebol in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Trebol exhibits rudeness towards Baby 5, casually questioning her about Doflamingo's past actions and mocking her inability to refuse people. He has a long-standing friendship with Diamante and gets along with him better than other crew members. They have worked closely together under Doflamingo's command.


Trebol serves as a personal bodyguard to Sugar, a crucial member of the crew due to her ability to maintain power over Dressrosa. Although their relationship is not amicable, Trebol takes his duty seriously, going to extreme lengths to protect Sugar and becoming alarmed when she faints.


Lao G is treated with respect by Trebol as a family member, but their dynamic becomes strained when Trebol fails to protect Sugar. Trebol has a respectful relationship with Pica, another loyal officer under Doflamingo, and becomes angered when others mock Pica's voice.


Trebol treats Senor Pink with respect as a family member but, along with Diamante, laughs at his sudden change into infant clothing, unaware of his personal reasons.


Enemies


It is unknown what Trebol's exact thoughts were regarding Trafalgar D. Water Law when they were crewmates. However, given Trebol's high respect for his fellow crew members, it is likely that he held a level of respect for Law as well. However, their relationship soured after Law deserted the Donquixote Pirates, and Trebol now considers Law as an enemy to be eliminated.


During their confrontation at the rooftop of the Royal Palace, Trebol took pleasure in seeing Law suffer and openly attacked him alongside Doflamingo. Law's insults and disregard for Trebol and the other elite officers further fueled his rage. Trebol attempted to kill Law personally but ended up being heavily wounded by Law instead. In his final moments, Trebol's hatred for Law led him to attempt a suicide attack to take Law down with him.


Trebol viewed Monkey D. Luffy as an enemy and underestimated his abilities, believing Luffy to be too weak to defeat Doflamingo. He tried to prevent Luffy from attacking Doflamingo during their confrontation and was shocked by Luffy's use of Haoshoku Haki.


Trebol in One Piece.
Still from the anime.


Trebol mocked Usopp for being a deceiving coward during Operation SOP, but Usopp found the courage to face Trebol in order to save the Dwarves. Although Trebol easily defeated Usopp, it was ultimately Usopp's actions that led to Sugar's loss of consciousness, undermining Trebol's plans.


During Operation SOP, Trebol sadistically defeated and mocked the Dwarves, stomping on them and belittling their faith in their hero, "Usoland." However, after Law severely injured Trebol, the Dwarves felt a sense of relief, unaware that their hero was indirectly responsible for Trebol's defeat.


Trebol in Other Media


Trebol in One Piece.
One Piece Treasure Cruise Poster.


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


He is a playable character in the following games:


  • One Piece: Super Grand Battle! X

  • One Piece Bounty Rush

  • One Piece Treasure Cruise


He also makes supporting appearances in:


  • One Piece: Great Pirate Colosseum

  • One Piece: Burning Blood


Did You Know?


  • "Trébol" is the Spanish word for "clover."

  • The card suit motif of Doflamingo's elite officers matches the Spanish name for the clubs suit, which is "tréboles" (clovers).

  • Vergo and Donquixote Rosinante were both referred to as "Corazon" (Spanish for "heart") while occupying the Heart seat within the Donquixote Pirates.

  • The use of code names instead of real names is evident with Baby 5 and Buffalo.

  • It is speculated that "Trebol" may also be a code name for the character.

  • Trebol's favorite food is sausages.


FAQs

Q. Who is Trebol in One Piece?

A. Trebol is a character in the anime and manga series One Piece. He is one of the top executives of the Donquixote Pirates and a member of the crew led by Donquixote Doflamingo.

Q. What are Trebol's abilities?

A. Trebol possesses the ability to transform his body into a sticky liquid substance due to eating the Beta Beta no Mi Devil Fruit. This power allows him to stretch, mold, and control his sticky body, enabling him to immobilize opponents and create various weapons and traps.

Q. What is Trebol's role within the Donquixote Pirates?

A. Trebol serves as one of the three top executives within the Donquixote Pirates, along with Diamante and Pica. He is responsible for managing various operations of the crew, including overseeing the trade of the SAD (artificial Devil Fruit) production.
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