The Greatest Detective in the World
It is the brain, the little grey cells on which one must rely. One must seek the truth within - not without
~ Hercule Poirot


Hercule Poirot is a fictional Belgian detective featuring in many of Agatha Christie's works, famed equally for his ego, intellectual brilliance, and luxurious moustache.

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Tier: 10-A, 9-C with firearms

Name: Hercule Poirot, Monsieur Poirot

Origin: Agatha Christie (Verse)

Gender: Male

Age: Varies between 50 and 100

Classification: Detective, retired Head of the Belgian Police Force, Greatest Detective in the World (self-proclaimed)

Powers and Abilities: Weapon Mastery (With various handguns), limited Longevity, Martial Arts (Has knowledge of human pressure points), Genius Intelligence and Social Influencing (Is a notably charismatic individual, and good at manipulating people)

Attack Potency: Athlete level with his walking stick, Street level with firearms (A notable weapon of Poirot's is the Beretta M9)

Speed: Normal Human (Notably overweight) with Supersonic attack speed

Lifting Strength: Varies from Below Average Human to Regular Human

Striking Strength: Athlete Class

Durability: Athlete level

Stamina: Low to Average. Is overweight, but still leads an active lifestyle

Range: Extended melee range physically, tens of meters with handguns (Was a member of the Belgian Police Force, so should be skilled with his weapons)

Standard Equipment: His walking stick, handguns, and cigars

Intelligence: Genius. Poirot's trump card is his incredible intelligence. He is noted for consistently being the smartest person in any room. He is famous across Europe for his deductive skills, and with one exception, has never failed to solve a case. He is a master of human psychology, forensic sciences, fluent in up to five languages (French, English, German, Italian and possibly Flemish/Belgian Dutch) and has a passing knowledge of another three (Russian, Arabic, and Greek). He also possesses a wealth of general knowledge.

Weaknesses: Severely egotistical, vain, narcissistic and has a flair for the dramatic


Notable Victories:

Notable Losses:

Sherlock Holmes (Sherlock Holmes) Holmes' Profile (Speed was unequal and took place in 221B Baker Street)

Inconclusive Matches:

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