|Manga - Anime|
|Debut:||Chapter 700; Episode 629|
|Occupations:||Pirate Executive Officer; Sugar's Bodyguard|
|Japanese VA:||Taiki Matsuno|
|Japanese Name:||Beta Beta no Mi|
|English Name:||Stick-Stick Fruit|
Trébol is a very bedraggled individual. He has dark hair that is worn as a bowl-cut. He wears a small pair of sunglasses and has a broad flat nose, which is commonly seen with snot hanging out of it. He has a long, thick beard and some stubby hair on his upper lips. He also has a small scar just above his right eyebrow. He holds a scepter with a club suit design on the top.
His lips are a bit thicker than normal and his teeth are round and have some space between them. He has a prominent hunch and appears to be considerably taller than normal people, although his slouching back takes some height away. His attire consists of a long coat with a ring-pattern on it. He does not wear any footwear and is always shown with bare feet, but wears a mid-length chained-shackle on each of his ankles, which are not linked together. He usually looks as if his body is made from a thick substance that is secreting off his body. His body type, posture, and attire make him look like a giant snail. Of the executive officers of the crew, his build is in-between Pica's and Diamante's, with a prominent and permanent hunchback.
Trébol seems to have a problem with how close he gets to someone with whom he is talking, making people comment that he is too close.
He is somewhat bold and insensitive, as he casually asked Baby 5 if Doflamingo killed another one of her fiancés, as well as asking Baby 5 to marry him as a joke, knowing that it would make Baby 5 feel compelled to help him. Trébol can also act rashly and violent, as upon realizing that the Straw Hat Pirates are attacking Sugar, he instantly threw a ship at the Officer Tower without considering the damage or risk to Sugar, while cruelly setting fire on the captured dwarves.
Trébol is very casual around Doflamingo and does not seem to be scared of him, as he gets awkwardly close to him, much to his annoyance. Trébol often refers to him by his nickname "Doffy".
Although Sugar is a member of the Trébol Army, she is also a special officer and one of the most important members of the entire crew, along with Caesar Clown, due to her ability to essentially maintain power over Dressrosa. As such, Trébol has been assigned to act as her personal bodyguard. Despite this, the two have a less-than-amiable relationship, as Sugar expresses disgust at Trébol's appearance and habits, telling him to go and die, while Trébol believes her to be a mere brat and treats her like a child.
None the less he takes his role as bodyguard seriously enough to take drastic actions to ensure Sugar's safety going so far as to throw a boat into the Officer's Tower subsequently demolishing it in the process, and panicked when Sugar fainted.
Although not much relationship is shown between the two Elite Officers, Trébol respects Pica as a family member, and became angered when one of the lower ranking soldiers giggled at Pica's high-pitched voice.
Abilities and Powers
Trébol occupies the Club seat in Doflamingo's crew, and is said to be one of the top three members of the Donquixote Pirates. He also has his own division, with Violet, Sugar and Jora being the most notable of his known subordinates.
He is a very powerful sniper, as he managed to create a bullet made of his sticky substance with his index finger and fire it at a very high speed with very precise aim, being able to hit a fly directly between the eyes while piercing a wall with explosive force. He is extremely fast as he quickly leaps to the far away men that Robin is pointing to near the docked ship in the harbor, he covered a long distance in a matter of seconds, he then quickly leaped back to Robin once he realized he had been tricked. He also possesses tremendous strength, as he managed to lift a giant ship out of the harbor and throw it far away like a flail, while at the same time smashing the ship halfway through a concrete domed roof, nearly destroying the dome.
Trébol ate the Beta Beta no Mi, a Logia-class Devil Fruit which gives him the ability to produce and become an adhesive and highly sticky liquid of some sort, allowing him to stick to walls. He can also use it to adhere to a person, restraining their movements. It is also flammable.
He can also use it to grab a ship and fling it as a gigantic flail, or fire off bullets of the substance with extreme speed and precision. Like Caesar, he also keeps his Devil Fruit active by turning his cloth to sticky substance all time, giving him a perpetual state of a thick liquid form.
Back at Spider Miles in the North Blue sixteen years ago, he already was an officer of Doflamingo's crew. He and Diamante later spoke with Law about the remainder of his life and Corazon's behavior as Corazon threw Law out the window.
He participated in Doflamingo's takeover of Dressrosa. After Doflamingo successfully made Riku Dold III a villain in the citizens' eyes, Trébol, Diamante, and Pica stepped in and subdued the Dressrosa army, passing themselves off as heroes.
Trébol was first seen when Baby 5 was looking for him, sticking onto the wall of a house. He remarked that the country is in chaos and suggested that the rest of the world might be in chaos too. He then rushed up to Baby 5, getting way too close to her, and asked her if it was true that Doflamingo killed another of her boyfriends, only to be told by her to back off. Trébol started flirting with Baby 5 for a bit, to which Baby 5 told him that he is gross and that Doflamingo wanted to see him, and also that Trébol should bring it with him. He then suggested that Baby 5 should marry him instead of some random man who will only get killed by Doflamingo, but quickly laughed it off as a joke.
Later, in Doflamingo's meeting room, Trébol dropped himself off the ceiling and handed Doflamingo the object he desired, getting too close to him as well. The object was then revealed to be the Mera Mera no Mi.
After many of the disqualified participants from the Corrida Colosseum were thrown into an underground dungeon, Trébol used his power to envelop Sai with a blob of liquid, pulling him up to the ceiling. After Sai was transformed into a cymbal-bearing animated toy, he ordered him to not harm humans, obey the orders of the Donquixote Family, and then commanded him to go to a factory.
While Franky was attempting to breach the Toy House, Trébol and Sugar heard the skirmish through a Den Den Mushi. Trébol assured Sugar that the Straw Hats' goal is the SMILE Factory and, even if they manage to reach there somehow, she can turn them into toys. Trébol was also certain that the pirates are unaware of Sugar's existence.
Robin (disguised as one of Doflamingo's subordinates) entered the room and lured Trébol out of the tower by reporting trouble at the trade port. After leaving the tower, Trébol heard Sugar urging him to return, saying that it was a trap. Once he realized that he had been tricked, he attempted to catch the fleeing Robin, but it was just a clone. Out of anger, he grabbed a pirate ship and threw it at the tower.
Standing next to Sugar again, Trébol gleefully laughed as all the dwarves were completely incapacitated.
He then ordered both subordinates and enslaved toys to go back to work. When the fallen dwarves started chanting "Usoland", Trébol asked about him and Leo declared that Usoland will save not just the dwarves, but all the enslaved toys as well. Trébol only laughed at their faith, saying that they were lied to and their savior wasn't coming and is probably somewhere laughing at their misery. He then told the dwarves that their faith in him was misplaced. Leo furiously dismissed Trébol's remarks, saying that Usoland will definitely save them. Before Leo can say anymore, Trébol stomped the dwarf with his foot. He then went on stomping on the other dwarves until Usopp revealed himself. After Usopp admitted his lies, he launched an attack against Trébol.
After a fierce battle, Trébol overwhelmed Usopp and entrapped him in his sticky substance. When Sugar forced a spice into Usopp's mouth, Usopp made a horrible expression which surprised and terrified Sugar. Trébol panicked as Sugar lost consciousness.
He was later seen with Diamante guarding the SMILE factory, having defeated many attackers.
Trébol and Diamante later gathered at the royal palace, which has been relocated to the top of the Flower Hill by Pica. To Trébol's chagrin, Lao G reprimanded him for failing to protect Sugar. However, Doflamingo pardoned Trébol for his mistakes and assured him that the factory doesn't need to be guarded by destroying the factory's keys to prevent the enemies from entering it. When one grunt laughed at Pica's high voice, Trébol, along with the other Elite Officers and Doflamingo, glared at the man angrily.
He was with Doflamingo when Bellamy arrived at and confronted Doflamingo for betraying him.
Later, when Luffy and Law infiltrated the palace, Trébol stood next to Doflamingo while he prepared for a confrontation. Luffy was enraged at Doflamingo for treating Bellamy like trash and tried to attack Doflamingo with his foot. Trébol laughed hysterically when Doflamingo used Bellamy as a shield. He was then surprised when Luffy aimed an attack at Law, thinking that he lost his mind. Law activated Room and used Shambles to switch places with Doflamingo, allowing Luffy to strike him. Once Trébol noticed Law sitting on Doflamingo's chair, he was sliced to pieces by Law's ability.
Trébol tried to reattach himself, but soon realized that Law's Radio Knife prevented him from doing so. Law was about to strike Trébol with Injection Shot, but Doflamingo, having recovered from Luffy's attack, stopped his attack. Trébol then immobilized Law, enabling Doflamingo to incapacitate him with Fulbright.
- Trébol, Diamante, and Pica vs. Dressrosa army
- Trébol vs. Dwarves of Tontatta Kingdom
- Trébol vs. Usopp
- Trébol vs. Nico Robin
- Trébol and Diamante vs. former toys
- Trébol, Donquixote Doflamingo and Bellamy (while being controlled by Doflamingo) vs. Monkey D. Luffy and Trafalgar Law
- "Trébol" is the Spanish word for clover. This matches the card suit motif of Doflamingo's executive officers, as the clubs suit is called "tréboles" (clovers) in Spanish.