Giolla is an executive and member of the Donquixote Pirates and an officer of the Trebol Army.
Giolla is loyal to the Donquixote Family, fiercely serving under her superior and in the Trebol Army. Doflamingo seems to have genuine concern for her as he allowed Nami's group on the Thousand Sunny to escape with Caesar Clown when Law used her as a hostage. Giolla is very devoted to Doflamingo and, in return, she told him not to care about what happens to her and fight Law, despite the pirate holding his sword to her throat.
After the defeat of Doflamingo she was taken into custody by the marines.
Powers and Stats
Tier: Low 7-B
Origin: One Piece
Classification: Pirate, Paramencia Devil Fruit User, Human, Executive of the Donquixote Family
Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Pistol User, Skilled Hand to Hand Combatant, Minor Reality Warping (Her power allows her to turn everything into art, reshaping and distorting her surroundings with a cloud that represents her own imagination), Transmutation (Can turn people/objects into abstract pieces of art), Life Manipulation (Gave life for Nami, Brook and Chopper's accessories), Smoke Manipulation, Absorption (Can absorb people to her art), Creation (Can create art from her imagination)
Speed: At least Massively Hypersonic+
Lifting Strength: Unknown
Striking Strength: Small City Class+
Durability: Small City level+ (Can take hits from Brook and Nami)
Stamina: Greatly superhuman
Range: Hundreds of meters
Standard Equipment: None notable
Intelligence: Can use her Devil Fruit effectively, but can easily be deceived by those who appreciate art. A very proficient fighter
Weaknesses: Standard Devil Fruit users weaknesses. If rendered unconscious the effects of her Devil Fruit will wear off
Ato Ato no Mi (Art Art Fruit) is a Paramencia-type Devil Fruit that allows the user to turn people or objects into art, turning the user into an Art Human It was eaten by Giolla.
- Broken-Fu Art (ブロークンフ・アート, Burōkunfu Āto): Giolla releases a forward wave of cloud at her target, distorting its shape and functionality. This is called Blow Kung-Fu Art in the Viz manga.
- Dying Art (命の芸術（ダイイングアート）, Daiingu Āto, literally meaning "Art of Life"): Giolla traps her victims within a large mural, where they will lose their lives but be immortalized in her art. It is similar to Galdino's Giant Candle Service Set in that it sacrifices people's lives to create art. In the anime, it is black and white and slowly absorbs the targets into the painting. It was used against Nami, Chopper, and Momonosuke.