|“||What's that...this shock that shook my whole body...! It's as if I got struck by a sudden bolt of lightning...is that...Love!?||„|
|~ Absalom after being attacked by Nami|
Absalom, also known as “Absalom of the Graveyard”, was the leader of the Zombie Soldiers and Zombie Generals of Thriller Bark and a member of the Mysterious Four before Gekko Moriah's defeat. He was also a well-known pervert, unashamed of the idea of sexual harassment or assault as he desperately seeks a woman to be his bride, specifically, a human one that was too weak to fight off his advances; the zombies under his command nickname him "Erosalom" due to his highly amorous nature, despite him being their leader.
Absalom's dream was to become the "Graveyard King" and rule over all of the graveyards in the world.
After the Thriller Bark arc, he went to become a freelance writer under the alias Absa during the two-year timeskip. At some point, Absalom went to Blackbeard's Pirate Island where he was kidnapped by the Blackbeard Pirates and killed to steal his Devil Fruit powers, with his power given to Shiryu.
Power and Stats
Tier: High 7-C
Name: Absalom, epithet "Absalom of the Graveyard", also known as Absa.
Origin: One Piece
Age: Unknown (currently deceased).
Classification: Reporter, Commander of the Zombie Soldiers and Zombie Generals (former).
Lifting Strength: Class M via powerscaling
Striking Strength: Large Town Class
Stamina: High (took many attacks from an enraged Sanji and could stand up on his feet until Nami defeated him when he was weakened)
Range: Standard melee range, tens of meters with bazookas.
Standard Equipment: Two bazookas on his arms hidden by his Devil Fruit's powers.
Intelligence: Above average.
Weaknesses: Standard Devil Fruit users weaknesses
- Suke Suke no Mi (Clear-Clear Fruit): A Paramecia-type Devil Fruit, that grants the user the ability to turn himself and everything he touches invisible, making the user an Invisible Human. The major strength of this fruit stems from the fact that the user can attack without being seen.