Charlotte Mont-d'Or is the 19th son and 30th child of Charlotte Linlin, also known as Big Mom. He's the Minister of Cheese and rules over Cheese Island in Tot Land.
He has a bounty of 120,000,000 Belly for his head.
Powers and Stats
Tier: Unknown, likely 7-A
Name: Charlotte Mont-d'Or, Minister of Cheese
Origin: One Piece
Classification: Pirate, Minister of Cheese, Paramecia Devil Fruit user
Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Paper Manipulation, Illusion Creation, Sealing (Can seal creatures and even people inside books. Doing this he grants Type 1 Immortality as any creature trapped in his books don't age. It also immobilizes his enemies without them being able to break free as long as they are nailed to the paper), Telekinesis (Can control his books with his mind and use them to ride them in the air), Weapon Mastery (Adept gunslinger)
Speed: Likely Massively Hypersonic+ (Trapped Luffy in his World of Books at the middle of a fight)
Lifting Strength: Unknown
Striking Strength: Unknown
Stamina: Likely high
Range: Tens of meters with Walkers and Devil Fruit powers.
Standard Equipment: A rifle and a Walker, a special type of pistol made specifically to pierce through armors and even through the tough skin of the Vinsmoke siblings, whose exo-skeletons are tough enough to protect them from regular bullet shots.
Intelligence: High (Mont-d'Or is one of the smartest members of Charlotte Family. He's consistently trying to gain a tactic upper-hand against his enemies and is a very cautious person, doubting his brother Opera's word when the latter said that he killed Luffy and Nami. He was the responsible behind the chase of the Strawhats, setting the different armies in specific points to catch them)
Weaknesses: Standard Devil Fruit users weaknesses. His books can be destroyed with fire.
- World of Books: By opening a book close to an enemy, Mont-d'Or creates an illusion that refers to a book's content. He uses this to distract the enemy, as the illusion merges with the physical world to disorient it, as seen when he trapped Luffy inside it and the latter was able to see Nami about to get caught by Amande, something that was happening outside of the illusion but that Luffy saw in the World of Books instead.