Bakkin is a short, blonde, elderly woman who sports the crew's symbol on her shirt. She wears a green hat, a pair of sunglasses and a leopard-print vest.
Claiming herself to be Whitebeard's lover, she believes that she and her son have the right to inherit Whitebeard's fortune. She seems quite manipulative and greedy, believing that money is what matters in the world, and swaying her son to follow her plans rather than his own for her alleged lover's "fortune". She also finds revenge unnecessary, because there is no money to be gained from it.
Edward Weevil is Bakkin's son. Weevil is very obedient to her and is constantly being manipulated by her.
Bakkin believes that the Whitebeard Pirates are a "make-believing family". She and Weevil are hunting the remnants of the Whitebeard Pirates to claim Whitebeard's "fortune".
Monkey D. LuffyEdit
Because Marco and the Whitebeard Pirates protected Luffy during the war at Marineford, she and Weevil decided to chase him down for Marco's whereabouts.
Bakkin is Whitebeard's self-proclaimed lover and she claimed herself as the woman that Whitebeard loved the most.
She first appeared after her son, Edward Weevil, decimated A.O's crew. She told her son that they must find Marco in order to acquire the late Whitebeard's fortune. When Weevil suggested hunting Marshall D. Teach instead, she quickly scolded him for wanting revenge. She received a newspaper from a News Coo and was shocked by Donquixote Doflamingo's defeat at the hands of Monkey D. Luffy. Knowing about Luffy's connection to the Whitebeard Pirates, Bakkin decided to search for Luffy, hoping that he would have information on Marco.
- When Bakkin makes her debut and apologizes to her son, as she tells him, "Because, I love you!!", the phrase is shown in katakana.
- "Bakkin" can translate to mean "fine" or "penalty", befitting her greedy nature.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 80 Chapter 802 (p. 9-11) and Episode 752, Bakkin makes her first appearance.
- ↑ One Piece Manga — Vol. 80 Chapter 802 (p. 11), Bakkin reprimands Weevil.