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Japanese Name: ペッシェ
Romanized Name: Pesshe
English Name: Pesche
First Appearance: Fanon
Affiliations: Seven Sharks Pirates
Occupations: Pirate; Lookout
Epithet: "Demon from a distance" (遠くからの悪魔 Tōku Kara no Akuma?)
Japanese VA: Takashi Kondō
Age: 19
Height: 180 cm
Bounty: Bsymbol10 ?
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Pesche (ペッシェ Pesshe?) is a pirate and the lookout from the Seven Sharks Pirates.

He was once a spy from another pirate crew, but was sent to Impel Down. He escaped when Monkey D. Luffy broke into the prison, and soon traveled to Fishman Island, where he found Dalga and joined his crew.

AppearanceEdit

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Pesche's naked appearance.

Personality and RelationshipsEdit

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Powers and AbilitiesEdit

Fishman KarateEdit

Pesche's attacks revolve around the use of water in order to kill people silently, because of his former position of spy.

AttacksEdit

  • Shisui (死水 Shisui?, literally meaning "Death Water"): Pesche forms a body of water around the target's head, drowning them after a while.
  • Kaisho (海掌 Kaishō?, literally meaning "Ocean Palm"): Pesche gathers water around his hand, and proceeds to grab the target's head. With his palm, he can cover the opponent's nose and mouth, killing them from lack of oxygen. The technique's name is a tribute to Pesche's captain's position as one of the Generals of the Sea.
  • Shinkaima (深海魔 Shinkaima?, literally meaning "Devil from the Deep Sea"): Pesche creates a giant wave of water shaped like an horrific fish. Because of the density of the water, it serves as an incredible weapon, granting great defense or offense. It is one of his two signature techniques.
  • Mizugatana (水刀 Mizugatana?, literally meaning "Water Blade"): Pesche controls a wave of pressurized water that can slice through human flesh and even iron. Its power can be compared to several Axe Dials.
  • Uchimizu (撃水 Uchimizu?, literally meaning "Water Shot"): Pesche's ultimate technique, where he shapes water in the shape of a bullet and shoots it from his finger. However, after extensive training, Pesche developed two versions of this technique: a silent and smaller one, where he holds his finger to the opponent's head and shoots them, and a much more destructive one, used when he is on the lookout for ships: he loads a body of water around his entire finger and shoots it, destroying a section of the boat and drowning them. The explosion created by the shot is shaped like the bullet itself.
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Kaisho.
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Shinkaima.
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Mizugatana.
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Uchimizu.

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