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Gin the "Man-Demon"[1] is a pirate and a member of the Krieg Pirates. Due to his actions, he can be considered the secondary antagonist of the Baratie Arc.

AppearanceEdit

Gin Manga

Gin's color scheme in the manga.

Gin is a relatively thin man of average height with short, scruffy hair, a scruffy beard, and a slight mustache. He has dark circles under his eyes, as though he lacks sleep.

Gin wears an open white (gray in the anime) jacket with a red sea-serpent design on each side with a green shirt underneath, gray pants matching with his jacket, a gray headband with blue stripes design, and two spherical earrings on each ear. While posing as Krieg, Gin wore a black jacket draped over his shoulders like a cape.

PersonalityEdit

Gin is fiercely loyal to Don Krieg, carrying out whatever orders he may be given from him no matter how inhumanly brutal or ruthless without protest or hesitation, thus earning himself the epithet of "Gin the Man-Demon".[1] His respect for Krieg is so great, he obeys Krieg's orders to throw away his gas mask and breathe the deadly MH5 poison gas because he is ashamed to have failed Krieg.

However, unlike Krieg, Gin has a sense of honor, being unable to bring himself to kill Sanji, the first person to show him kindness (by saving him from starvation).[3]

RelationshipsEdit

CrewEdit

Gin is fiercely loyal to Krieg, due to respecting and at the same time fearing his power. However, he also wishes to escape from such followings.[4] To this point, he was willing risk his life to save Krieg,[5] and to throw away his gas mask and allow himself to be poisoned by Krieg when ordered.[6] After Krieg's defeat, Gin decides to start afresh and no longer follow Krieg.

As for the rest of the Krieg Pirates, they respect Gin for his cruelty and strength amongst the crew. They were horrified when Krieg cruelly poisoned him. Even though Pearl is arrogant about his own strength, he acknowledges Gin as superior. In turn, Gin does show care for his crew, as he was horrified at the destruction of the fleet and the loss of his comrades.[7]

SanjiEdit

Sanji is the first person to ever show kindness to Gin, by giving him free food when the pirate was starved and penniless.[8] As such, Gin ultimately could not kill Sanji, despite his own reputation as a "Man-Demon", and Krieg's orders.[3]

Monkey D. LuffyEdit

At first seeing Luffy as a simple young pirate, he advised Luffy to not enter the Grand Line, but Luffy does not heed the warning.[9] After Gin takes Zeff hostage, Luffy argues against such a dirty tactic, to which Gin rebukes that is how the world works.[10] After Gin showed his redeeming traits, Luffy stated that Gin should not follow Krieg anymore.[11] When Luffy defeated Krieg, he earned Gin's respect, and Gin stated that he wishes to meet Luffy once again in the Grand Line.[12]

Abilities and PowersEdit

Gin Destroys Pearl's Iron Wall

Gin shatters Pearl's shield.

Gin is a skilled warrior and a match for even a skilled martial artist like Sanji (although Sanji was severely injured during their fight due to the beating he received from Pearl and Gin was still feeling the effects of starving to near death and 3 days of holding in a prison cell upon Fullbody's ship). The Baratie cooks' first impression of him was due to him being starved and weakened; they believed him to be a mere lower-ranking subordinate,[8] until he revealed his true strength later in battle, which led to the surprise of many.[8]

Gin was a man who was captured by Marines upon his first appearance, but after being starved to near death and 3 days of holding in a prison cell upon Fullbody's ship, he was still able to escape and take down 7 of Fullbody's men. He was also able to pin down Red Leg Zeff, a retired yet still powerful former pirate, and broke his peg leg.[13]

Man-Demon TacticsEdit

Further information: Man-Demon Tactics

Gin utilizes his tonfa in a unique fighting style, known as Man-Demon Tactics. The tonfas act like hammers, gaining more power from Gin spinning them by their handles and building up momentum for his swing. Combined with his own abilities, Gin is a very deadly opponent when using these, as shown when he smashed Pearl's iron shields with a single blow while moving so quickly that he took Pearl by surprise. This is a testament to his strength, as even Sanji could not make a scratch on Pearl's shields.[14]

WeaponsEdit

Gin Holds Zeff at Gunpoint

Gin holds Zeff at gunpoint.

Gin seems to be proficient with firearms, as he shot Lines from the back with a flintlock from a certain distance, and held a shotgun at Zeff while taking him as a hostage.[13] Despite this, his weapons of choice are a pair of tonfa tipped with heavy iron balls presumably the same size as cannonballs.

HistoryEdit

PastEdit

Krieg Pirates Return from Grand Line

Gin posing as Krieg to lure Fullbody away.

The only known history on Gin is that he was present for Don Krieg's voyage to the Grand Line. After seven days in stormy weather Krieg's fleet came across the Shichibukai, Dracule Mihawk. To the horror of Gin, Mihawk quickly destroys Krieg's fleet with ease, leaving only their flagship to escape, under the cover of an unexpected storm. This incident left a scarring image in Gin's memory, as he lost his comrades.[7]

While retreating from the Grand Line Gin leaves the fleet disguised as Krieg in order to draw Fullbody away. He is eventually captured and was a prisoner aboard Fullbody's ship when it docked at the Baratie.[5]

East Blue SagaEdit

Baratie ArcEdit

Sanji Gives Gin Food

Sanji giving a starving Gin food.

After being starved for three days on board of the Marine ship, Gin defeats the seven guards and even kills Seaman First Class Lines by shooting him in the back. Then, walking into Baratie, where the prison ship so happens to be docked, Gin demands food, only to be beaten and thrown out by Patty for not having any money. However, Gin is given a plate of food by Sanji for free when he is starving on the Baratie.[8] He also advises Luffy, who is working there as a Chore Boy, not to go to the Grand Line, due to the terrifying experience Gin himself suffered.[9]

Gin eventually returns to the Dreadnaught Sabre, where the starving remnants of the Krieg Pirates await for their battle commander to return.[15] He brings them to Baratie to replenish their strength. However, after Krieg regains his strength, he attacks Sanji and orders the chefs to give food for the 100 men on board of the ship, and then reveals his intentions to take over Baratie as his new flagship.[16] Gin is horrified by Krieg's lack of gratitude, but the Pirate Admiral simply strikes Gin in the shoulder, causing him to collapse from pain.[17] After Zeff gives Krieg the food, due to the head-chef understanding how starving in the sea feels, Gin reveals to the staff of Baratie how the the Pirate Armada fell to Mihawk.[7]

After Mihawk shows himself in his attempt to wipe out the remnants of Krieg's crew, but left after a satisfying battle with Roronoa Zoro,[18] Krieg begins his attack on Baratie. Eventually, after Pearl is taken down by Luffy and Sanji, Gin suddenly takes Zeff as hostage with a shotgun and by breaking his peg leg.[13] He tries to offer Sanji an ultimatum: Zeff's release in exchange for Baratie, but Sanji, owing a debt to Zeff, cannot allow either to be harmed.[19] Due to this, Sanji is at the mercy of Pearl, who got back up, and brutally attacks the now-disabled Sanji while Zeff is at risk. However, even when Luffy threatens to destroy the highly sought Baratie, Gin could not bring himself to kill Zeff, despite Krieg's orders.[10]

Man-Demon Tactics Infobox

Gin vs. Sanji

Eventually, Gin can take no more, and strikes down Pearl in one strike. While this angers Krieg, Gin states that the right to kill Sanji belongs to him alone. At this stage, Krieg reveals to the rest of the chefs that Gin is the Combat Commander of the crew, and is held at high regards.[14] He orders Gin to kill Sanji, and the two combatants start to fight. At this stage, Krieg also reveals that Gin is nicknamed the "Man-Demon" for his cruelty and ruthlessness in combat, torturing any- and everyone to death under Krieg's orders.[1] While gaining an upper hand due to Sanji being weakened from his fight with Pearl, and even pinning down the chef, Gin ultimately cannot kill Sanji, as Sanji was the only person to ever treat Gin with kindness of any kind.[3]

Gin absolutely refuses to kill Sanji, and even begs Krieg to spare Baratie and its chefs. For this, Krieg is severely disappointed with his subordinate, disowns Gin from his crew, and orders him to drop his gas mask into the sea. Despite the rest of the crew's thinking of how Gin is valuable to Krieg due to his immense loyalty and strength, Krieg fires the "Deadly Poison Gas Bomb MH5", releasing a fatal wave of poison to anyone who is not protected. Even though Luffy grabs two masks from the crew members, he failed to grab one for himself; as a result, Gin threw back that mask to Luffy, who dons it on without knowing where it came from until after the gas disperses. As a result, Gin is severely poisoned.[6] Furious at Krieg's cruelty at Gin, Luffy charges in to fight, while telling Gin not to follow such a man anymore; even Sanji notes that Gin has chosen the wrong person to follow. Sanji requests for antidotes from his fellow chefs, and Zeff tells them that the antidote should be in the gas masks.[11]

Gin is notified by Patty and Carne that Krieg was defeated by Luffy, which brings Gin to tears. The Pirate Admiral goes into an insane rampage, refusing to acknowledge defeat, but Gin punches him in the stomach, knocking the man out, stating that they must admit defeat, and start over. He then carries away Krieg and the crew in a small boat given by Baratie.[4] Before leaving, however, Gin gives his regards to Sanji, stating that he followed Krieg for his power but always wants to escape from it, but Krieg did teach him that victory is necessary by any means possible, and hopes to see Luffy again in the Grand Line. It is unknown whether he survived from the MH5 gases or not, for after inhaling the poisonous gases he notes that he may not live for much longer.[12]

Major BattlesEdit

Translation and Dub IssuesEdit

The Japanese word "gin" (銀), pronounced with a hard "g", literally means "silver" and would be most accurately romanized "Gin". In all English anime iterations of One Piece, the name was rendered as "Ghin". This was done to avoid confusion and to clarify the pronunciation, as "Gin" in English would commonly be pronounced "jihn" as is the alcoholic beverage "gin". Both the 4kids and FUNimation dubs pronounce the word correctly as "geen".

Gin's status within the crew is "Pirate Armada Combat Commander" (海賊艦隊 戦闘“総隊長” Kaizoku Kantai Sentō "Sōtaichō"?).[20] However, due to some mistranslations and confusion, he has been mislabeled as a First Mate.

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ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 7 Chapter 61 (p. 6) and Episode 27, Gin's reason for being called the "Man-Demon" is revealed by Krieg.
  2. SBS One Piece MangaVol. 81.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 7 Chapter 61 (p. 18-19) and Episode 27, Gin's loyalty to Krieg and his gratitude for Sanji collides with his career as a pirate.
  4. 4.0 4.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 8 Chapter 66 (p. 18) and Episode 29, Gin takes the crew and leaves Baratie.
  5. 5.0 5.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 7 Chapter 62 (p. 7) and Episode 27, Krieg's men notes on how Gin risked his life for Krieg's safety.
  6. 6.0 6.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 7 Chapter 62 (p. 11-18) and Episode 28, Gin gives the mask to Luffy, and in turn suffers a severe poisoning.
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 6 Chapter 48 (p. 18) and Episode 23, Gin reveals the fate of Krieg's fleet.
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 5 Chapter 44 (p. 13) and Episode 21, Gin suffers severe starvation after escaping Fullbody's ship.
  9. 9.0 9.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 6 Chapter 45 and Episode 21, Gin foreshadows the terror of the Grand Line to Luffy.
  10. 10.0 10.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 7 Chapter 59 and Episode 26, Sanji is brutalized by Pearl while Gin holds Zeff hostage.
  11. 11.0 11.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 8 Chapter 63 and Episode 28, Luffy and Sanji notes how Gin is mistaken to follow Krieg.
  12. 12.0 12.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 8 Chapter 67 and Episode 30, Gin states what he wishes to do before leaving.
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 7 Chapter 55 and Episode 25, Gin takes Zeff hostage with a shotgun.
  14. 14.0 14.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 7 Chapter 59 and Episode 27, Gin shatters Pearl's iron shield with his tonfa.
  15. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 6 Chapter 45 and Episode 21.
  16. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 6 Chapter 46 and Episode 22.
  17. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 6 Chapter 47 and Episode 22, Gin brings Krieg to Baratie for food.
  18. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 6 Chapter 52 and Episode 24, Mihawk comes to Baratie and leaves after defeating Zoro.
  19. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 7 Chapter 56 and Episode 26, Gin tries to negotiate with Sanji.
  20. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 7 Chapter 59 and Episode 27, Krieg refers to Gin as the "Pirate Armada Combat Commander".

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