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Japanese Name: 懸賞金
Romanized Name: Kenshōkin
English Name: N/A
First Appearance: Chapter 1; Episode 4
Literal Meaning: Prize Money

A bounty is a government-issued reward placed on an individual and awarded to whoever can capture or kill that person.

Overview

Becoming Wanted

Normally, a bounty is issued by a government official or by the police. The idea is to tempt others into aiding the capture of the criminal so they can be brought to justice quickly. Bounty Hunters make careers trying to find and capture these wanted people. Bounties are issued with a "Dead or Alive" disclaimer, meaning the reward will be paid so long as the threat gets eliminated, but Baroque Works agents state that bounties are usually only paid in full if the criminal is captured alive; up to 30% of the bounty money may be lost by bringing in someone dead, since no public execution can be held.[1]

The amount of a bounty is determined in response to the perceived threat level of the criminal in question; the greater the threat to the world, the greater the bounty. In the eyes of a pirate, high bounties are thus usually seen as a sign of strength. After all, having been assigned a bounty means that the World Government as well as the Marines acknowledge the threat of the person to whom it is assigned. Luffy expresses enthusiasm over his first bounty, and Sanji likewise expresses disappointment when his own bounty poster fails to properly identify him (being a crude artist's rendering). This is not universal, however; Kuro and Nami resented their bounty due to the unwanted attention it brought them. A bounty in excess of Beli100,000,000 indicates that the person to whom it was assigned has committed unlawful acts of catastrophic degrees.

Earning a large bounty in a quick time also gives the pirate notorious attention and a global reputation. After earning a bounty of Beli80,000,000 in a single campaign, the World Government offered Boa Hancock a position in the Shichibukai. Blackbeard believed he could become a Shichibukai member if he defeated Monkey D. Luffy, whose bounty had jumped from Beli30,000,000 to Beli100,000,000 following the defeat of Baroque Works and their leader Crocodile. Blackbeard would settle for achieving his goal by turning in Portgas D. Ace instead since Ace had caught up with him and Blackbeard emerged victorious.

Bounty Issuing

A bounty reflects both the threat and power of an individual.[2] Engaging in activities deemed criminal by the World Government or associating with groups which engage in them is enough to warrant significant bounties even if the criminal is not powerful themselves. In particular, direct opposition to the World Government, no matter the reason, is treated as a serious offense, and bounties are issued accordingly.

A bounty can be increased for several reasons:

  • The threat of a person's observed combat abilities (as stated by Aokiji);[2]
  • More experienced bounty hunters volunteering to capture the individual or group (like the Accino Family, non-canonically, trying to catch the entire Straw Hat Crew);
  • Further criminal acts beyond the initial one;
  • Inspiring criminal acts when provoked or inciting others to act 'criminally' (for example, Whitebeard destroying Marine ships that followed his fleet for reconnaissance and Dragon leading his organization to conquer nations affiliated with the World Government).

Occasionally, a designated amount on a bounty may increase if the criminal in question has committed crimes of considerable magnitude that goes beyond the crime(s) committed beforehand that earned them their initial bounty, as with the case of Luffy.

Since the Marines can only issue bounties based on their knowledge of the criminal in question, a bounty may not necessarily reflect the true threat of a person. Tony Tony Chopper was mistaken for a mere pet and issued a mere Beli50, as the Marines were unaware he was responsible for defeating Kumadori of CP9. Luffy's bounty would doubtless be much higher if his defeat of Gekko Moriah wasn't kept secret by the government. Arlong, despite being a Grand Line pirate, had a far lower bounty than his overall threat level to the East Blue, as he bribed the corrupt Marine Nezumi in order to keep his activities secret. In some cases, due to miscommunication or unreported information, the bounty may end up being much higher or lower than the criminal deserved for their actions.

Regardless of the discrepancies, bounties are still treated as a way to determine a person's average threat level, being the one facet of society that can be easily compared. Stacking them against averages helps determine threats in relation to location; for example, the average bounty in the East Blue is Beli3,000,000, so a noteworthy one there would be Beli10,000,000 or more.[3] Since East Blue is defined as the weakest of the four seas outside of the Grand Line, West, North, and South Blue must have higher average bounties and have a greater number of famous criminals hailing from their waters. However, the four 'cardinal (direction)' seas pale in comparison to the Grand Line (up to Mariejois), where an exceptional bounty is around Beli100,000,000, and is considered nothing in the New World (or the second half of the Grand Line), where Beli100,000,000 is common or weak.[4] Bellamy indicates that pirates have tried to fake bounty posters in order to make themselves more intimidating, but that scheme usually falls through in short order. He assumed this of Luffy, whose goofy portrait failed to match his Beli100,000,000 bounty, but learned the hard way that Luffy was on the level.

While the details of how high a bounty could be are not exactly known, the greatest amount revealed is that of the Beli550,000,000 bounty of Portgas D. Ace before his death, who was one of the most notorious pirates of the New World and the 2nd division commander of the Whitebeard Pirates. While a pirate with a bounty of Beli300,000,000 is still considered a rookie, once a pirate exceeds that value it is difficult to get any higher,[5] and it seems that Beli400,000,000 is enough to be considered an elite pirate.[6] While the Shichibukai are also important pirates in the world, some of their former bounties are not particularly high, however it should be noted that these are their former bounties which do not represent the threat that they could have achieved as active pirates. After Jinbe resigned, his bounty jumped to over Beli400,000,000.

In terms of piracy, any rookies who has earned a bounty of over Beli100,000,000 is considered impressive, and can be considered as a "Supernova" (超新星 Chōshinsei?).[7] The Worst Generation (最悪の世代 Saiaku no Sedai?) of Supernovas were during the Golden Age of Piracy, when eleven of them almost simultaneously appeared on Sabaody Archipelago, each holding a bounty of over Beli100,000,000, and each member had caused a great influence within the New World, as well as earning themselves much notoriety.[8]

Retracting Bounties

Dontacos Anime Infobox
A crossed off poster

Bounties, once issued, are usually only retracted when the criminal is captured, killed, or is known to have otherwise died. A change in lifestyle will not affect the bounty. Wanted posters are usually marked with a large red X to indicate that the criminal was taken cared of. The notion that death brings freedom from the bounty was the sole reason for Kuro's plan to escape a pirate's life. A bounty can last for over a hundred years if the criminal is not proven to be dead, like the giants Dorry and Brogy, who can live several centuries. Brook's bounty was placed between 40 and 50 years ago, and is still active, the Marines having discovered that he is the same person as the living person in the photograph.

Aside from death or capture, bounties may be retracted if the criminal can prove themselves an asset to either the Marines or World Government. This is the case with the Shichibukai, who are considered allies of the World Government and have their bounties retracted; this extends to any criminal serving as a subordinate to the Shichibukai, such as Caesar Clown.[9] With this, they are allowed to continue being a criminal on a conditional basis. A bounty may be removed by a court of law, as Jango's was during his mini-series. Jango's case was further aided by the pleas of the Marine Fullbody during the case. This later allowed him to enlist in the Marines under the command of Hina.

Criminals who end up as slaves keep their bounties on their heads; however, so long as the slave remains a slave the Marines do nothing to arrest them. To this end, they ignore the slavery on the Sabaody Archipelago as a number of criminals end up slaves there; some even go on to be bought by the World Nobles. Once a slave is freed or dismissed by their owner, they immediately become fair game once more.

Fake Bounties

As bounties are typically assigned numbers printed on paper with the picture of the criminal it was assigned to, bounties can be altered by skilled forgers. According to Bellamy, Pirates have been known to make up fake bounties in the past to intimidate other people to their advantage. These scams tend to be quickly quelled though, due to the insubstantial nature of the deception.

Identification

A criminal is, more often than not, known by his poster. Without the issuing of a wanted poster (手配書 tehai-sho?), no criminal can be made known. These posters are distributed across the world in newspapers and establishments. Marines also keep copies of each criminal at their bases and on board their ships for quick identification. Bounty Hunters may also carry a list.

The Poster Picture

The most important part of a poster is the person's portrait. It allows swift identification upon sighting the person and informs everyone in the world of their wanted status. The picture normally takes the form of a photograph; if a suitable photograph is unavailable, an artist's rendering may be substituted as in the case of Sanji. To some (including Sanji), a decent photograph is as important as the bounty itself, it being the only way to be associated with the bounty on the poster. A new picture can be issued to account for any change in appearance (such as Robin).

Krieg, Buggy, and Arlong's Bounty Posters
Examples of One Piece wanted posters.
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One of the most mysterious things about wanted posters is the Marines' ability to obtain photos of almost every criminal with a bounty. These photos are eventually revealed to be taken by the Marine Photography Branch Captain "Flaming Attach", who received his name by shouting "Fire!" instead of "Cheese!" when taking a picture.[10] Alternatively, should a photo be unavailable, a sketch will be made of the criminal. Mr. 13 and Miss Friday were employed by the Marines to identify the remaining Baroque Works agents — the Numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 pairs — through this method, in exchange for erasing their own potential bounties and allowing them to join the Marines with a job like Attach.

Nicknames

The Marines give criminals, especially pirates, nicknames with the bounty poster that either describes their appearance (such as "Cyborg Franky"), what their powers/abilities are (such as "Black Leg Sanji" or "King of Snipers Sogeking"), or what they do (such as "Cat Burglar Nami" or "Pirate Hunter Zoro"). Sometimes, it is just the most common nickname a person has (Luffy was called "Straw Hat" before his first bounty was issued).

List of bounties

In the series, many bounties are revealed - either by the author in a reference box, said by a character (like Shakuyaku naming the nine Supernovas not part of the Straw Hat Crew), or a bounty poster being revealed (although the value may not always be fully accurate or fully shown, as with the Red Arrows Pirates). For example, Nico Robin's specific bounty was not made clear until after it was known she had one. When Igaram first mentioned Crocodile's former bounty, he said it was Beli80,000,000[11] while it actually is Beli81,000,000. Gekko Moriah was first introduced by Robin as merely holding a bounty higher than Luffy's.

Most of the current and former Shichibukai members have former bounties, since the first requirement to join the group is being recognized world-wide so one's notoriety scares criminals. Newcomer Blackbeard is an exception, having managed to get in by capturing Portgas D. Ace.

While several prisoners from Impel Down do not hold any specific value, Impel Down orders its prisoners from the bounty on their head. Levels 3 and 5 require bounties of Beli50,000,000 and Beli100,000,000 respectively, and the values required for others levels were not revealed. It is unknown if level 1 has a minimal value, although Buggy commented that every prisoner from level 2 that escaped with him holds a bounty higher than his own[12] (Beli15,000,000). Level 6 seems to use special requirements. Strangely, Mr. 2 is an exception to this rule, having been imprisoned in level 3 with a bounty of merely Beli32,000,000. As such, the values may be just recommendations, and the effort taken to capture the criminals may factor into where they are placed, but not affect their bounty since the Marines see no need to change it now that they have been arrested.

The Straw Hat Pirates' Bounties

Timeskip Straw Hat News
The Straw Hat Pirates' bounties after the timeskip.
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Total bounty: Beli800,000,050

Name Nickname Bounty
Monkey D. Luffy "Straw Hat"[13] Beli400,000,000
First Bounty: at the end of the Arlong Park Arc, after Luffy defeated Arlong, the Straw Hats beat up the corrupt Marine captain Nezumi so he would return Nami's treasure. Nezumi, wanting revenge against Luffy, personally ensured a bounty of Beli30,000,000 for him, giving him the highest bounty in East Blue.[14] The Marines themselves were also annoyed deeply at the time because Luffy single-handedly solved every problem they could not.[15]

Second Bounty: after heavily disrupting the balance of the Three Great Powers by defeating Crocodile, forcing the government to publicly recognize Crocodile's and his organization Baroque Works' criminal activities, leading to his arrest and removal of his position as a Shichibukai, Luffy's bounty was raised to Beli100,000,000.[16]
Third Bounty: after leading the assault on Enies Lobby (Luffy alone defeating over a thousand soldiers without even exerting himself) and the victory against various government agents, including Rob Lucci of the CP9, in order to rescue Nico Robin from going through the Gates of Justice and being executed, Luffy's bounty was raised to Beli300,000,000.[17] Due to this bounty, he has been named as one of the Eleven Supernovas.[18]
Fourth Bounty: Defeating yet another Shichibukai (Gekko Moriah), attacking a World Noble, causing an unprecedented breakout from Impel Down, participating in the Whitebeard War, and by intruding Marine Headquarters a second time and ringing the Ox Bell 16 times (which was taken as a declaration of war), Luffy's bounty has gone up 100,000,000 more to make a total of Beli400,000,000, making it the third highest active bounty known. The public revelation of his relation to Monkey D. Dragon may also have influenced it.[19]

Roronoa Zoro "Pirate Hunter"[20] Beli120,000,000
First Bounty: the swordsman of the Straw Hat Pirates received a Beli60,000,000 bounty after he defeated the assassin Daz Bones (Mr. 1) in the Alabasta Arc and for defeating 100 bounty hunters in Whiskey Peak. Zoro does not find out about this new bounty until episode 153 of the anime when Blackbeard shows him the new wanted poster.[16]

Second Bounty: after the events at Enies Lobby and for defeating Kaku of the CP9, Zoro's bounty was raised to Beli120,000,000.[17] Due to this bounty, he has been named as one of the Eleven Supernovas.[18]

Nami "Cat Burglar"[17] Beli16,000,000
After the Enies Lobby Arc and for defeating Kalifa of the CP9, Nami was given a bounty.[17]
Sogeking "King of Snipers"[17] Beli30,000,000
Following the events at Enies Lobby, a bounty was placed on Sogeking's head, for burning down the Governments Flag and attacking CP9 leader Spandam.[17]
Sanji "Black Leg"[17] Beli77,000,000
Because of the events at Enies Lobby and for defeating Jabra of the CP9, Sanji was given a bounty.[17] However, Sanji's poster has, much to his dismay, a sketch of him (which hardly looks like him and once got someone else in trouble[21][22]), rather than a photograph.[23][24] Apparently, this is because Attach forgot to remove the lens cap before taking his picture, above several other reasons.[25]
Tony Tony Chopper "Cotton Candy Lover"[17] Beli50
After the events at Enies Lobby, Chopper was given a bounty. The number is low because the World Government believes he is simply the crew's pet. His monster form, which heavily damaged the judicial tower and defeated CP9 agent Kumadori, was mistaken for another creature. Chopper was shocked when he found out how low his bounty was.[17]
Nico Robin "Devil Child"[26] Beli80,000,000
First Bounty: Robin has a Beli79,000,000 bounty from 20 years ago, assigned to her when she was only eight years old. It is claimed that she sunk six Buster Call ships,[27] but in the Enies Lobby Arc it is revealed as nothing more than a pretext from the government. The real reason behind her bounty is her ability to decipher Poneglyphs.[26]

Second Bounty: after the events at Enies Lobby, Robin's bounty only had a slight increase, making it Beli80,000,000, and an updated picture.[17]

Franky "Cyborg"[28] Beli44,000,000
For burning the Pluton blueprints, defeating Fukuro of the CP9, and assisting the Straw Hats in Enies Lobby, Franky received a bounty.[28]
Brook "Humming" Beli33,000,000
After taking over as Rumbar Pirates captain after the death of Yorki, Brook obtained a bounty. Despite being "dead" for 49 years, the Marines managed to connect the resurrected Brook to the still-alive Brook on the poster picture, and discovered that he also joined the Straw Hat Pirates, thus revealing that his bounty is still active.[29]

Shichibukai ex-bounties

Because they are frozen bounties, the Shichibukai bounties do not reflect subsequent criminal activities. Bounties listed are those that each Shichibukai had when they were granted Shichibukai status. Bounties are given in order of size.

Name Nickname Inactive Bounty
Dracule Mihawk"Hawk Eyes"[30]

BeliUnknown

It is currently unknown how Dracule Mihawk received his bounty, but he has received plenty of respect from all levels of pirates and is granted some equality by Sengoku and some of high-ranked Marines.
Donquixote Doflamingo"Heavenly Yaksha"[31]Beli340,000,000[32]
It is currently unknown how Doflamingo received his bounty. It was frozen 10 years ago, when he became a Shichibukai.
Bartholomew Kuma"The Tyrant"[32][33]Beli296,000,000
Kuma had been known as a vicious tyrant who flattened everyone in his way and was also a commander in Dragon's Revolutionary Army.[34]
Boa Hancock"Pirate Empress"Beli80,000,000[35]
A pirate from the Grand Line, Hancock earned this bounty 13 years ago, after a single campaign as captain of the Kuja Pirates; it was her first and last bounty.
Buggy "The Clown"Beli15,000,000[36]
This bounty was made before his reentry into the Grand Line. Due to the events of Impel Down and his now known status of being a former crew member of the Pirate King, his bounty is currently frozen.

Former Shichibukai

These bounties belong to Shichibukai who have left the group, and since have their wanted status reactivated. It is unknown what their current bounties are, but their departure had influenced an increase in numerical value.

Name Nickname Bounty
Crocodile Beli81,000,000[37]
It is unknown how Crocodile got this bounty, but it was his last known bounty before it was frozen from joining the Shichibukai. It has been stated that the World Government would have more than doubled his bounty if they had known that he led Baroque Works.[38] With him being a free pirate again after the Impel Down breakout and Marineford war, it is unknown how big his current bounty is.
Gekko Moriah Beli320,000,000[39]
It is currently unknown how Moriah received his bounty, but it was his last known bounty before he joined the Shichibukai. With his status revoked and only rumors about him hiding out in the New World, his bounty status remains ambiguous.
Jinbe"Knight of the Sea"[40]

OverBeli400,000,000[41]

First Bounty: Jinbe received his first bounty of Beli76,000,000 after his recruitment to the Sun Pirates, due to his association with Fisher Tiger and his participation in numerous battles against the Marines.[42]

Second Bounty: Eventually, Jinbe's bounty raised to Beli250,000,000 for unknown reasons, most likely his acts against the World Government as the second leader of the Sun Pirates, but it became inactive once he joined the Shichibukai.[43]
Third Bounty: Jinbe's bounty raised to an unknown value over Beli400,000,000 after leaving the Shichibukai.[41]

Trafalgar Law"Surgeon of Death"[8]Beli440,000,000[44]
First Known Bounty: Originally a pirate from North Blue, Law's first known bounty was Beli200,000,000;[8] it was this bounty that made him one of the Eleven Supernovas.
Second Known Bounty: During the two year timeskip his bounty raised to Beli440,000,000. After becoming a Shichibukai, his bounty became inactive.[44] Upon his title's revocation, Law's bounty is once again active, though any update has yet to be documented, as the revocation has been just recently.[45]

East Blue Bounties

Note: The average bounty for the East Blue is rated at only Beli3,000,000, making it the weakest sea in the One Piece world. Any bounty of Beli10,000,000 or higher is considered to be impressive within East Blue.[3]

Name Nickname Bounty
Higuma Beli8,000,000[46]
Higuma was killed by a Sea King.
Alvida "Iron-Mace" Beli5,000,000[47]
This bounty was made before she ate her Devil Fruit, joined Buggy, and entered the Grand Line.
Mikio Itoo ¥1,000,000
A joke character by Oda and a reference to another assistant of Nobuhiro Watsuki, Ito Mikio appeared in several early chapters of One Piece. Although not official, he has a bounty.[48]
Jango "The Hypnotist" Beli9,000,000
Jango has joined the Marines; his bounty has therefore been forgotten or removed.
Kuro "Of a Hundred Plans" Beli16,000,000
After one of his crew members was captured as a decoy and executed, the Marines believe him to be dead; bounty either removed or served to the one Marine left alive on the ship. Upon his return to piracy, it is unknown if his bounty has been reinstated.
Krieg "Pirate Admiral" Beli17,000,000[36]
Don Krieg's bounty was based on his powerful armada - militarily he was the strongest pirate in the East Blue.
Arlong "Saw-Tooth" Beli20,000,000[49][36]
Though he was the highest bounty in the East Blue, Arlong's bounty did not reflect his true threat as he was paying a Marine to keep quiet about his actions. His bounty is most likely retracted as he has been captured by the Marines following his defeat by Luffy.
Portgas D. Ace "Fire Fist" Beli550,000,000[50]
It is unknown how Ace received this bounty, however being Gol D. Roger's son, and a high-ranking member of Whitebeard's crew may have influenced it as well as his exploits as Captain of the Spade Pirates, which included being offered a Shichibukai position but declining the offer. Bounty retracted upon his capture by Blackbeard and death. It is the highest bounty revealed in the series thus far.

West Blue Bounties

Name Nickname Bounty
Nico Olvia Beli At least 1,000,000
A wanted poster is shown but the number was hidden. However, based on the position of the numbers, she was worth at least 1,000,000 Beri. Arrested during the Buster Call there 20 years ago, after her ship was raided and evidence of Poneglyph studying was found. Bounty retracted when she died in the Buster Call of Ohara.
Yorki "Calico" Beli?[51]
A wanted poster is seen, but the total amount is not seen. Bounty may no longer stand as he died from a sickness.
Capone Bege "Gang" Beli138,000,000[8]
It is currently unknown how Bege received his bounty. Due to his bounty, he has been named as one of the Eleven Supernovas.

South Blue Bounties

Name Nickname Bounty
Eustass Kid"Captain"Beli470,000,000[52]
First Known Bounty: Kid's first known bounty was Beli315,000,000;[8] this bounty was achieved by his acts of killing innocent civilians throughout the Grand Line, and was what made him one of the Eleven Supernovas.
Second Known Bounty: During the two year timeskip his bounty was raised to Beli470,000,000.
Killer"Massacre Soldier"Beli200,000,000[52]
First Known Bounty: Killer's first known bounty was Beli162,000,000.[8] Like his captain Eustass Kid, Killer achieved this bounty through acts of killing innocent civilians on his journey through the Grand Line. Due to his bounty, he was named as one of the Eleven Supernovas.
Second Known Bounty: During the two year timeskip his bounty was raised to Beli200,000,000.
Jewelry Bonney"Big Eater"Beli140,000,000[8]

It is currently unknown how Bonney received her bounty. Due to her bounty, she has been named as one of the Eleven Supernovas. What happened to her bounty when she was captured by Marshall D. Teach, and then arrested by Akainu remains to be seen.

Gyro"Crab-Hand"Beli73,000,000[53]
It is currently unknown how Gyro received his bounty.

North Blue Bounties

Name Nickname Bounty
Bellamy"The Hyena" Beli195,000,000[54]
First Known Bounty: His first bounty was Beli55,000,000, for which he was known as "The Big-Time Rookie". It is unknown how he received this bounty.[55]
Second Known Bounty: During the timeskip, Bellamy's bounty rose to Beli195,000,000.[54]
Sarkies"Big Knife" Beli38,000,000[56]
It is unknown how he received his bounty.
Basil Hawkins"The Magician"Beli320,000,000[52]
First Known Bounty: Hawkins' first known bounty was Beli249,000,000;[8] it was this bounty that made him one of the Eleven Supernovas.
Second Known Bounty: During the two year timeskip his bounty was raised to Beli320,000,000.
X Drake"Red Flag"Beli222,000,000[8]
It is currently unknown how he received his bounty, but his betrayal of the Marines was likely a factor. Due to his bounty, he has been named as one of the Eleven Supernovas.

Grand Line Bounties

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Name Nickname Bounty
Dorry"The Blue Ogre"Beli100,000,000[57]
Has held his bounty for over a hundred years.
Brogy"The Red Ogre"Beli100,000,000[57]
Has held his bounty for over a hundred years.
Bentham"Mr. 2 Bon Kurei" Beli32,000,000[58]
For being an Officer Agent of Crocodile's Baroque Works and breaking out of prison the first time. Bounty was retracted the second time he was captured by Hina.
Masira"Salvage King" Beli23,000,000[59]
It is unknown how he received his bounty.
Shoujou"Sonar King" Beli36,000,000[60]
It is unknown how he received his bounty.
Roshio"The Executioner" Beli42,000,000[61]
It is unknown how he receive his bounty, but with Bellamy brutalizing him, his fate is unknown.
Rockstar Beli94,000,000[62]
It is unknown how he received his bounty.
Foxy"The Silver Fox" Beli24,000,000[63]
It is unknown how he received his bounty.
Mikazuki Beli36,000,000[64]
It is unknown how he received his bounty.
Devil Dias Beli60,000,000[65]
Bounty no longer stands as he was carried off by the marines.
Scratchmen Apoo"Roar of the Sea" Beli350,000,000[52]
First Known Bounty: Apoo's first known bounty was Beli198,000,000;[8] it was this bounty that made him one of the Eleven Supernovas.
Second Known Bounty: During the two year timeskip his bounty was raised to Beli350,000,000.
Urouge"Mad Monk" Beli108,000,000[8]
It is currently unknown how he received his bounty. Due to his bounty, he has been named as one of the Eleven Supernovas.
Lacuba Beli17,000,000[66]
A pirate who was captured and put in the Auction House, but escaped when Franky offered him the key.
Silvers Rayleigh"Dark King" Beli?
Although no longer an active pirate, Rayleigh was Gol D. Roger's second-in-command. When fighting Kizaru, he mentioned that his bounty is still in effect.
Caribou"Wet-Haired" Beli210,000,000[67]
Famous for killing Marines.
Coribou"Blood-Splatterer" Beli190,000,000[67]
Famous for killing Marines.
Albion"Gashed" Beli92,000,000[67]
It is unknown how he received his bounty.
Lip Doughty"Service" Beli88,000,000[67]
It is unknown how he received his bounty. Bounty retracted when arrested by Sentomaru.
Demaro Black"Three Tongued" Beli26,000,000[68]
It is unknown how he received his bounty. Bounty retracted when arrested by Sentomaru.
Fisher Tiger"Adventurer" Beli230,000,000[69]
For attacking Mariejois and leading the Sun Pirates. Bounty no longer stand as he is deceased.
BepoBeli500[70]
It is unknown how he received his bounty.

New World

Name Nickname Bounty
Brownbeard Beli80,060,000

[71]

A New World Pirate. It is unknown how he got this bounty, but he seemed to be very proud of it. Bounty retracted when he was arrested by Smoker.
Pekoms Beli330,000,000

[72]

A New World Pirate, member of the Big Mom Pirates. It is unknown how he got this bounty.
Caesar Clown Beli300,000,000

[73]

A former Marine scientist who worked with Vegapunk and the leading expert on mass-murder weapons. He got his bounty due to his experiments being illegal and resisting arrest while escaping from the prison ship. Bounty retracted when Issho confirms that Caesar is an underling of the Shichibukai Donquixote Doflamingo.[45]
Cavendish"White Horse" Beli280,000,000

[74]

A New World Pirate, captain of the Beautiful Pirates. It is unknown how he got this bounty.
Gambia"Missionary" Beli67,000,000

[75]

A New World Pirate, staff officer of the Barto Club. It is unknown how he got this bounty.
Bartolomeo"The Cannibal" Beli150,000,000

[76]

A New World Pirate, captain of the Barto Club. A promising rookie and well known for attacking civilians.
Chinjao"The Drill" Over Beli500,000,000

[77]

A former pirate and veteran in the New World, and survived an encounter with Monkey D. Garp. Legendary for his head strength having split a continent of ice.
Thunder Soldier"Thunderous Soldier of Rage" Beli?
A toy that lives on Dressrosa. He attacked kidnappers and entered a human's house making him a fugitive.

Non-Canon Bounties

Name Nickname Bounty
Woonan "Great Gold Pirate" Beli60,000,000[78]
From One Piece: The Movie. The legendary Great Gold Pirate in East Blue. His bounty is (non-canonically) the highest in East Blue, surpassing even Luffy's first bounty. His wanted poster is seen in the intro alongside others Movie 9.
Golass Beli8,000,000
From One Piece: The Movie. A powerful swordsman who worked as a mercenary for El Drago. His bounty poster can be seen in Fullbody's ship when Luffy receives his bounty.[79]
Dontacos Beli?
A pirate whose bounty poster was shown among the posters that Johnny and Yosaku had with them. Since it was shown that the poster was crossed off, it was presumed that his bounty had been retracted.
Usanksai Beli50,000
A pirate whose bounty poster was shown among the posters that Johnny and Yosaku had with them. Since it was shown that the poster was crossed off, it was presumed that his bounty had been retracted.
Tohenbok Beli5,000
A pirate whose bounty poster was shown among the posters that Johnny and Yosaku had with them. Since it was shown that the poster was crossed off, it was presumed that his bounty had been retracted.
Tacobo Beli1,000
A pirate whose bounty poster was shown among the posters that Johnny and Yosaku had with them.
Sard Beli40,000
A pirate whose bounty poster was shown in the background eight years ago.
Gally "Of the Crescent-Moon" Beli3,450,000[78]
From a filler portion of the Loguetown Arc. Bounty retracted when he was arrested by Captain Smoker. His wanted poster is seen in the intro alongside others in Movie 9.
Boo Jack Beli3,200,000[78]
From the second movie: Clockwork Island Adventure. At the beginning of the Movie after the Going Merry was taken the Straw Hats met a thief called Borodo. The wanted posters of the Trump Siblings were seen very briefly but no amount was put to their heads. His wanted poster is seen in the intro alongside others Movie 9.
Honey Queen Beli7,800,000[78]
From the second movie: Clockwork Island Adventure. At the beginning of the Movie after the Going Merry was taken the Straw Hats met a thief called Borodo. The wanted posters of the Trump Siblings were seen very briefly but no amount was put to their heads. Her wanted poster is seen in the intro alongside others Movie 9.
Skunk One Beli6,000,000[78]
From the second movie: Clockwork Island Adventure. At the beginning of the Movie after the Going Merry was taken the Straw Hats met a thief called Borodo. The wanted posters of the Trump Siblings were seen very briefly but no amount was put to their heads. His wanted poster is seen in the intro alongside others Movie 9.
Pin Joker Beli9,900,000[78]
From the second movie: Clockwork Island Adventure. At the beginning of the Movie after the Going Merry was taken the Straw Hats met a thief called Borodo. The wanted posters of the Trump Siblings were seen very briefly but no amount was put to their heads. His wanted poster is seen in the intro alongside others Movie 9.
Bear King Beli11,600,000[78]
From the second movie: Clockwork Island Adventure. At the beginning of the Movie after the Going Merry was taken the Straw Hats met a thief called Borodo. The wanted posters of the Trump Siblings were seen very briefly but no amount was put to their heads. His wanted poster is seen in the intro alongside others Movie 9.
Billy "The Bandit" Beli5,000,000
This was anime only. Bounty no longer stands as he was defeated by Roronoa Zoro. Johnny and Yosaku were allowed to claim the bounty.
Dick "The Mountain Whale" Beli10,000,000
This was anime only. Bounty no longer stands as he was defeated by Roronoa Zoro, who claimed his bounty to pay for repairs to his treasured sword Wado Ichimonji.
Billy "The Orca Killer" Beli3,000,000[80]
It is unknown how he got this bounty, but his bounty was retracted when he was arrested by Captain Smoker.
Hotdog"The Mad Dog" Beli4,000,000[78]
From Movie 3. Nothing is known about how he acquired his bounty.
Heaby"The Poisonous Snake" Beli4,200,000[78]
From Movie 3. Nothing is known about how he acquired his bounty.
Wetton Beli14,800,000[78]
From the Ruluka Island filler arc. Wetton is a former pirate who became the mayor of a town. Bounty no longer stands as he was arrested.
WillyBeli20,000,000[78]
From Dead End Adventure. It is unknown how he received his bounty.
Bigalo"The Hanged Man" Beli14,900,000[78]
From Dead End Adventure. It is unknown how he received his bounty.
Gasparde"General" Beli95,000,000
From Dead End Adventure. He was a former Marine who stole a ship and made a break with it and the crew.
Needless Beli57,000,000[78]
From Dead End Adventure. Nothing is known about how he acquired his bounty.
A A A Beli2,200,000[78]
A wanted poster seen at the beginning of Movie 9.
Red Arrows Pirates Beli?
From the sixth movie: Baron Omatsuri and the Secret Island. A wanted poster of the crew is seen, but the number is hidden. No longer stands as the entire crew is dead.
Puzzle"Phoenix" Beli100,000,000
From Lovely Land filler arc. Puzzle is the captain of the Phoenix Pirates.
Pandaman Beli3,333,333[78]
His wanted poster was seen in a movie. However, Pandaman is a joke character that Oda uses as background or for comic relief (like the Where's Wally? book series).
Galley "Of the Crescent-Moon" Beli5,000,000[81]
From an OVA adaption of Romance Dawn, Version 1.
Olive Beli50,000,000
A filler pirate seen in Impel Down. She was captured and then later locked away after a failed attempt to escape. Bounty retracted.
Koba K Beli100,000
A pirate whose wanted poster was seen in the 9th movie.
Spiel "The Hexagon" Beli3,500,000[82]
A criminal whose wanted poster could be seen in Fullbody's ship when Luffy received his bounty.[79] His bounty was visible in the One Piece Animation Logbook.
D.R. Beli1,800,000[82]
A criminal from Monsters whose wanted poster could be seen in Fullbody's ship when Luffy received his bounty.[79] His bounty was visible in the One Piece Animation Logbook.
Henna Oyag Beli1,200,000[82]
A criminal whose wanted poster could be seen in Fullbody's ship when Luffy received his bounty.[79] His bounty was visible in the One Piece Animation Logbook.
Wild Joe Beli2,000,000[82]
A criminal from Wanted! whose wanted poster could be seen in Fullbody's ship when Luffy received his bounty.[79] His bounty was visible in the One Piece Animation Logbook.
Hitokui Beli1,500,000[82]
A criminal whose wanted poster could be seen in Fullbody's ship when Luffy received his bounty.[79] His bounty was visible in the One Piece Animation Logbook.
Panz Fry Beli320,000,000
A pirate who received his bounty because he attacked marines and pirates to steal their food and feed starving people.
Chameleone Beli300,000,000
A former member of the Whitebeard Pirates.

Anime and Manga Differences

The bounty poster has a small caption in the bottom left corner. While in the manga it's not comprehensible what it does say, in the anime there is written "KONO SAKUHIN HA FICTION DETHUNODE JITSUZAISURU JINBUTSU DANTAISONOTA NO SOSHIKI TO DOITSU NO MEISHOU GA GEKICHU NI TOUJYOU SHITATOSHITEMO JITSUZAI NA MONOTOHA ISSAI MUKANKEIDETH" which can roughly be translated as "Because this performance is fiction, existing characters, associations and other organizations with similar names which appeared during the play are without exception unrelated".

Trivia

  • Oda confirmed that if Enel was actually a wanted criminal, he would have a bounty that could reach up to Beli500,000,000.[83]
  • Record bounties:
    • Portgas D. Ace's now inactive Beli550,000,000 bounty is the highest known bounty, Chinjao's over Beli500,000,000 bounty is the highest known active bounty.
    • Prior to Luffy's fourth bounty, Doflamingo held the record for the highest known bounty for 365 chapters (chapter 234 to chapter 599) with a Beli340,000,000 bounty.
    • The lowest bounty known is Chopper's mere Beli50. Previously, Alvida held that position with her Beli5,000,000 bounty.
    • Robin holds the record for the youngest person to receive a bounty in the series, at the age of eight. Chopper is the second youngest at the age of fifteen.
    • Luffy's Beli30,000,000 bounty broke the record for active East Blue bounties, as well as the highest new bounty for an East Blue pirate.
    • Luffy holds the highest value of known bounty increases (being more than 13.33 times larger than the starting value, from Beli30,000,000 to Beli400,000,000).
    • Luffy also holds the highest amount of times of getting a new bounty, having received three bounties prior to the timeskip, and a fourth during it.
    • The oldest known bounties are jointly held by Dorry and Brogy - over a hundred years each.
    • The lowest known Shichibukai bounty is Buggy's Beli15,000,000 (this excludes Blackbeard, as he had no bounty).
    • The highest known total combined bounties seen in one crew is the Straw Hats Beli800,000,050.
    • The known Shichibukai ex-bounties total up to over Beli1,156,000,000. Including the former members, it would be Beli1,807,000,000.
    • The Eleven Supernovas' original bounties total up to Beli2,152,000,000, the highest of any known group. As the Worst Generation, their currently known total bounty is Beli2,800,000,000, the highest known of any group to date.
    • The highest (non-pirate) organization was Baroque Works, whose bounties when the group was active totaled Beli160,000,000. The group only had bounties for Robin and Crocodile, all other agents received their bounties after the fall of Baroque Works. It was stated that Crocodile would have had a far higher bounty if the World Government had been aware of his affiliation with Baroque Works prior to his defeat and arrest.
    • Jewelry Bonney currently has the largest known active bounty of all revealed female characters with Beli140,000,000.
    • Fisher Tiger had the highest known starting bounty: Beli230,000,000.
    • Panz Fry has the highest non-canon bounty: Beli320,000,000.
  • Known bounties of unseen or unnamed characters:
    • A criminal with a Beli42,000,000 Bounty was said to have been taken down by Mr. 3.
    • A pirate with a Beli50,000,000 Bounty was defeated by Smoker.
    • A pirate captain with a Beli55,000,000 Bounty unsuccessfully tried to join the Impostor Straw Hat Pirates.
  • In the real world, some pirates also had bounties placed on their heads. However, real world bounties were less massive than in the world of One Piece, but for the period it would have been considered a small fortune. Note: in those days £6 was considered a lot of money.
  • In the 4Kids dub, the "Dead or Alive" and sometimes the "Wanted" have been erased from the wanted posters.[citation needed]
  • In the first databook, Kuro's bounty is stated to be Beli16,000,000.[84] Whenever it is in the movie intros it is incorrectly shown as Beli14,000,000.[85]
  • Interestingly, Vander Decken IX has a different wanted poster than everyone else. Instead of saying "WANTED" at the top, it says "DANGER". This may be because it does not seem to be a World Government-issued wanted poster.[86]
  • Ironically, Law's wanted poster shows Bepo appearing in the background with his head turned in the same position and stance as Usopp in Luffy’s poster.[87]

References

  1. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 12 Chapter 107 and Episode 64, Mr. 8 mentions that up to 30% of a criminal's bounty can be retracted if they are brought in dead, not alive.
  2. 2.0 2.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 34 Chapter 320 and Episode 227, per Aokiji: "The size of your bounty does not only reflect the threat your combat abilities pose. It also gives to show how dangerous you are to the government."
  3. 3.0 3.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 11 Chapter 96 and Episode 45, Lieutenant Brannew announces Luffy's first bounty and explains the East Blue bounties.
  4. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 51 Chapter 498 and Episode 392, Shakky talks about the Eleven Supernovas.
  5. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 64 Chapter 628 and Episode 548, Jinbe says it's difficult to get any higher once the bounty exceeds Beli Small300 million.
  6. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 61 Chapter 599 and Episode 518, Fake Luffy mentions his bounty is Beli Small400,000,000.
  7. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 71 Chapter 706 and Episode 636, Bartolomeo was referred as a Supernova simply for his bounty.
  8. 8.00 8.01 8.02 8.03 8.04 8.05 8.06 8.07 8.08 8.09 8.10 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 51 Chapter 498 and Episode 392, the Eleven Supernovas are introduced.
  9. One Piece Manga — Vol. 72 Chapter 713.
  10. SBS One Piece MangaVol. 24, fan question: How do the Marines get hold of photos of criminals?
  11. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 13 Chapter 113 and Episode 67, Igaram speaks of Crocodile's former bounty.
  12. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 56 Chapter 549 and Episode 452, Buggy comments that the other prisoners that escaped from Impel Down holds a bounty higher than his.
  13. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 1 Chapter 2 (p. 3) and Episode 1, Luffy receives his epithet after Shanks' straw hat he currently owns for him.
  14. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 11 Chapter 94 (p. 16-17) and Episode 43, Luffy's first bounty is printed and taken out by Nezumi.
  15. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 11 Chapter 96 (p. 6) and Episode 45, Luffy's first bounty is put by Brannew in the wanted list.
  16. 16.0 16.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 23 Chapter 213 (p. 22) and Episode 128, Luffy's and Zoro's bounties after Alabasta
  17. 17.00 17.01 17.02 17.03 17.04 17.05 17.06 17.07 17.08 17.09 17.10 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 45 Chapter 435 (p. 16-17) and Episode 320, the crew members' bounties for attacking Enies Lobby are revealed.
  18. 18.0 18.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 51 Chapter 498 (p. 10-11) and Episode 392, Luffy and Zoro are revealed by Shakuyaku as another of the Eleven Supernovas.
  19. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 61 Chapter 601 (p. 11) and Episode 521, Luffy's fourth bounty
  20. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 1 Chapter 3 (p. 1) and Episode 2, Zoro's epithet is both written in the title and mentioned by Coby.
  21. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 51 Chapter 494 (p. 17-18) and Episode 389, Duval's original face resembles Sanji's poster.
  22. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 51 Chapter 495 (p. 2-4) and Episode 389, Duval and Sanji scold each other for the face before the former tells about the truth.
  23. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 45 Chapter 435 (p. 17-18) and Episode 324, Sanji is shocked to see his wanted poster.
  24. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 45 Chapter 436 (p. 2) and Episode 321, Sanji is horrified to see his profile in his wanted poster.
  25. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 45 Chapter 436 (p. 3) and Episode 321, Attach is spoken about Sanji's picture.
  26. 26.0 26.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 41 Chapter 398 (p. 4) and Episode 278, Origins of Robin's bounty
  27. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 22 Chapter 201 (p. 14) and Episode 122, Mashikaku tells her superior Tashigi about Robin's identity.
  28. 28.0 28.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 45 Chapter 435 (p. 19) and Episode 324, Franky receives a bounty as well.
  29. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 61 Chapter 600 (p. 13) and Episode 520, the Marines declare Brook's bounty still active.
  30. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 6 Chapter 48 (p. 19) and Episode 23, Mihawk is mentioned by his nickname by Gin.
  31. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 70 Chapter 700 (p. 16) and Episode 629, Doflamingo's epithet and Buggy's new epithet mentioned by Brannnew.
  32. 32.0 32.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 25 Chapter 234 and Episode 151, Kuma and Doflamingo's former bounties are revealed.
  33. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 49 Chapter 474 (p. 10) and Episode 369, Kuma is recognized by Moria by his epithet.
  34. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 50 Chapter 483 (p. 15) and Episode 376, Lola explains about Kuma's supposed reputation.
  35. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 53 Chapter 522 (p. 15) and Episode 416, Hancock's former bounty is revealed.
  36. 36.0 36.1 36.2 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 11 Chapter 96 (p. 6) and Episode 45, The bounties for Buggy, Krieg and Arlong are seen.
  37. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 17 Chapter 155 (p. 6) and Episode 92, Crocodile's former bounty is revealed.
  38. SBS One Piece MangaVol. 36, fan question: What are the bounties in the world of One Piece based on?
  39. One Piece Manga — Vol. 47 Chapter 455 (p. 13), Moriah's former bounty is revealed.
  40. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 54 Chapter 528 (p. 1) and Episode 430, Jinbe's moniker is written in the title.
  41. 41.0 41.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 64 Chapter 635 (p. 4) and Episode 555, Jinbe's third bounty mentioned.
  42. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 63 Chapter 622 (p. 14) and Episode 541, Jinbe's first bounty seen on his wanted poster.
  43. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 54 Chapter 528 (p. 18) and Episode 430, Jinbe's second bounty seen in his introduction box.
  44. 44.0 44.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 67 Chapter 659 (p. 18) and Episode 584, Law's post-timeskip bounty is revealed.
  45. 45.0 45.1 One Piece Manga — Vol. 72 Chapter 713 (p. 7-9), Issho revokes Law's Shichibukai title.
  46. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 1 Chapter 1 and Episode 4, Higuma's bounty revealed.
  47. One Piece Red: Grand Characters (p. 155), Alvida's bounty revealed.
  48. SBS One Piece MangaVol. 4, fan question: Who is this person "Ito Mikio" that appears in the three manga "One Piece", "Butsu Zone" and "Rurouni Kenshin"? It wasn't even cleared up in "Butsu Zone", so I would really like it if you would explain.
  49. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 8 Chapter 69 and Episode 31, Arlong's bounty is seen.
  50. One Piece Ten Exhibition, Ace's bounty is revealed.
  51. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 50 Chapter 487 and Episode 380, Calico Yorki's wanted poster.
  52. 52.0 52.1 52.2 52.3 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 68 Chapter 677 and Episode 603, the post-timeskip bounties for Kid, Killer, Apoo and Hawkins are revealed.
  53. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 62 Chapter 611 and Episode 530, Gyro is introduced.
  54. 54.0 54.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 71 Chapter 706 and Episode 635, Bellamy's second bounty is shown.
  55. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 24 Chapter 222 and Episode 146, Bellamy's bounty mentioned.
  56. One Piece Manga — Vol. 24 Chapter 223, Sarquiss' bounty mentioned.
  57. 57.0 57.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 14 Chapter 118 (p. 16) and Episode 71, Mr. 3 reveals Dorry and Brogy's bounties.
  58. One Piece Manga — Vol. 39 Chapter 372, cover story: Miss Goldenweek's "Operation: Meet Baroque Works" Vol. 11, Bon Kurei's wanted poster seen.
  59. One Piece Manga — Vol. 24 Chapter 219 (p. 15), Masira's bounty is revealed in his infobox.
  60. One Piece Manga — Vol. 24 Chapter 226, Shoujou's bounty mentioned.
  61. One Piece Manga — Vol. 24 Chapter 222 (p. 14), Roshio's bounty is revealed in his infobox.
  62. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 25 Chapter 234 (p. 10) and Episode 151, Rockstar's bounty is revealed in his infobox.
  63. One Piece Manga — Vol. 32 Chapter 305 (p. 16), Foxy's bounty is revealed in his infobox.
  64. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 34 Chapter 323 (p. 14) and Episode 230, Mikazuki's bounty is revealed in his infobox in the manga, and partially seen on his wanted poster in the anime.
  65. One Piece Manga — Vol. 51 Chapter 497, Dias appears.
  66. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 51 Chapter 502 and Episode 396, Lacuba's bounty revealed.
  67. 67.0 67.1 67.2 67.3 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 61 Chapter 600 (p. 9 & 11) and Episode 519, Albion, Lip Doughty, Caribou and Coribou are introduced.
  68. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 61 Chapter 601 (p. 11) and Episode 521, PX-5 reveals Demaro Black's bounty.
  69. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 63 Chapter 622 and Episode 541, Fisher Tiger's wanted poster revealed.
  70. One Piece Ten Exhibition, Bepo's bounty is revealed.
  71. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 67 Chapter 661 and Episode 586.
  72. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 66 Chapter 652 and Episode 572, Pekoms' bounty is revealed.
  73. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 67 Chapter 664 and Episode 589, Caesar Clown's bounty is revealed in his infobox.
  74. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 71 Chapter 704 and Episode 634, Cavendish's bounty is revealed in his infobox.
  75. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 71 Chapter 705 and Episode 634, Gambia's bounty is revealed in his infobox.
  76. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 71 Chapter 706 and Episode 636, Bartolomeo's bounty is revealed in his infobox.
  77. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 71 Chapter 708 and Episode 637, Chinjao's past is revealed.
  78. 78.00 78.01 78.02 78.03 78.04 78.05 78.06 78.07 78.08 78.09 78.10 78.11 78.12 78.13 78.14 One Piece Movie 9, a number of wanted posters are seen in the intro.
  79. 79.0 79.1 79.2 79.3 79.4 79.5 One Piece AnimeEpisode 45, a number of wanted posters can be seen in Fullbody's cabin.
  80. One Piece Novel — "Loguetown Arc" (p. 45), Billy's Bounty is revealed.
  81. One Piece: Romance Dawn Story — Galley's bounty is shown.
  82. 82.0 82.1 82.2 82.3 82.4 One Piece Animation Logbook (p. 73), the bounties for Spiel, D.R, Henna-oyaji, Wild Joe and Hitokui are shown.
  83. SBS One Piece MangaVol. 43, fan question: How strong would Enel be if he was on the blue sea?
  84. One Piece Red: Grand Characters (p. 165), Kuro's bounty is revealed to be Beli Small16,000,000.
  85. One Piece Movie 9, Opening sequence shows Kuro's bounty to be Beli Small14,000,000.
  86. One Piece Manga — Vol. 62 Chapter 610, Decken's wanted poster is seen.
  87. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 70 Chapter 699 (p. 17) and Episode 628, Law's wanted poster after the timeskip.

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