Gin the "Man-Demon" is a pirate and a member of the Krieg Pirates. Due to his actions, he can be considered the secondary antagonist of the Baratie Arc.
Gin is a relatively thin man of average height with short, scruffy, hair, a scruffy beard, and a slight mustache. He has dark circles under his eyes, as though he lacks sleep.
Gin wears an open white (gray in the anime) jacket with a red sea-serpent design on each side with a green shirt underneath, gray pants matching with his jacket, a gray headband with blue stripes design, and two spherical earrings on each ear. While posing as Krieg, Gin wore a black jacket draped over his shoulders like a cape.
Gin is fiercely loyal to Don Krieg, carrying out whatever orders he may be given from him no matter how inhumanly brutal or ruthless without protest or hesitation, thus earning himself the epithet of "Gin the Man-Demon". His respect for Krieg is so great, he obeys Krieg's orders to throw away his gas mask and breathe the deadly MH5 poison gas because he is ashamed to have failed Krieg.
However, unlike Krieg, Gin has a sense of honor, being unable to bring himself to kill Sanji, the person to show him kindness (by saving him from starvation).
Powers and Stats
Tier: High 8-C
Name: Gin the Man-Demon
Origin: One Piece
Age: Definitely over 20
Classification: Human Pirate
Speed: Hypersonic+ (Could keep up with Sanji)
Lifting Strength: Class M
Striking Strength: Large Building Class+
Durability: Large Building level+ (Could withstand kicks from Sanji)
Range: Extended melee range
Standard Equipment: Gin wields a pair of tonfa tipped with heavy iron balls the size of cannonballs
Intelligence: Skilled combatant, is Don Kreig's right hand man
Weaknesses: None notable
- Tonfas: His weapons of choice are a pair of tonfa tipped with heavy iron balls presumably the same size as cannonballs. Combined with his own abilities, Gin is a very deadly opponent when using these, as shown when he smashed Pearl's iron shields with a single blow while moving so quickly that he took Pearl by surprise. The tonfas act like hammers, gaining more power from Gin spinning them by their handles and building up momentum for his swing.