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Buri cares greatly about his captain, Portgas D. Ace, since he was willing to defend him from Edward Newgate. Buri can also be somewhat disrespectful, laughing at Deuce's adventure diary despite the fact that it his main aspiration of their travels.
Portgas D. AceEdit
Most of the Spade Pirates' crew members (excluding Skull, Miharl, and Kotatsu) read and laughed at Deuce's poor writing in his adventure diary. Because of this, their names were excluded from the diary.
Abilities and PowersEdit
Buri's abilities are unknown, but he and his crew were easily defeated by Newgate.
Buri fights using martial arts, though his exact style of combat is unknown.
Making their MarkEdit
Ducky Buri joined the Spade Pirates and traveled with Ace as he made a name for himself. He helped fight off a group of bounty hunters, and, when Isuka infiltrated the crew's ship, he surrounded the Marine Ensign alongside his crew mates. However, she easily fended them off. After the confrontation, the crew reached Sabaody Archipelago. While they waited for their ship to be coated, Buri and his crew mates explored the island and secretly read Deuce's adventure diary. They laughed at his poor writing skills, leading Deuce to exclude their names from the diary.
When his captain was fighting Jinbe, Buri warned him about the fishman's strength. After Ace and Jinbe tied, Buri and the other Spade Pirates defended their captain against Edward Newgate and were easily defeated. They were then taken into the Whitebeard Pirates like their captain. Buri has not been seen since his joining.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 57 Chapter 552 and Episode 461, Buri makes his first appearance.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 ONE PIECE Magazine — Volume 2, Buri and the rest of the Spade Pirates are named.
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 Novel A - Chapter 2, Buri and his crew mates fight Isuka and reach Sabaody Archipelago.