Age: 30 (Pre-Time skip)
32 (Post-Time skip)
|Blood type: O-|
|Birthdate: October 31|
|Weight: 230 lbs|
|Island of Origin: South Blue|
Epithet: "Black Magic"
|Crew: Angler Pirates|
Reason: Causing Massive Destruction to a Marine Base During the Angler Pirates' Escape
|Dream: To Find the Treasure of Odyssey Island|
|Page created by: stranglehold13|
Boudin is the doctor of the Angler Pirates.
Boudin is a tall, muscular man with long, white hair. He has pale skin with a black skull painted on his face. He wears an open, black and red Hawaiian shirt. He also wears a pair of black cargo shorts that reach past his knees. On his wrists and ankles, he wears tribal bracelets decorated with bone charms.
Boudin has a dark personality. This shows through no matter what he is doing. However, this darkness is only aimed at his enemies. When he is with the crew, he acts as any other member of the crew would. He even joins in with the other crew members in trying to make Kajiki laugh.
Abilities and PowersEdit
Boudin is a voodoo priest. He has extensive knowledge of materials that are used in voodoo, and the effects that they have on the body. This allows him to apply his knowledge to medicine and combat.
Boudin is actually quite strong. He is able to easily break bones with his bare hands. This strength is rumored to come from his faith in voodoo.
Boudin can move fairly quickly on his own. However, when under the affect of one of his voodoo trances, he is able to move close to the speed of Soru.
Boudin's faith and skill in voodoo has given him a massive amount of endurance. He is able to continue fighting after being seemingly defeated, almost as if he is rising from the dead.
Boudin carries a staff with a human skull on the end. The back of the skull has an axe blade that Boudin uses for combat. He also has various items used for voodoo that he makes use of in combat. These include: zombie powder, poisons, and a ritual knife.
Kenbunshoku Haki: Color of Observation
Busoshoku Haki: Color of Armaments
- Boudin is a type of sausage. It is often associated with Louisiana, where voodoo is also practiced.