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Ahoy! This here is the 183rd Featured Article.

“Crocodile” has been featured, meaning it was chosen as an article of interest.
For the chapter of the same name and epithet, see Chapter 155.

“Desert King” Sir Crocodile is the former president of the mysterious crime syndicate Baroque Works, formerly operating under the codename “Mr. 0”, with Nico Robin, formerly known as “Miss All Sunday”, operating as his Vice-President and partner. He is the main antagonist of the Arabasta Arc and the Arabasta Saga overall, and a supporting character in the Impel Down Arc and the Marineford Arc.

He is one of the longest running and most noteworthy primary adversaries of the series, as he was the first enemy to hand Luffy a complete and utter defeat. He was originally introduced as one of the Seven Warlords of the Sea, but he was later stripped of his title after a failed attempt to take control of Arabasta Kingdom and was imprisoned in the legendary prison Impel Down; being placed in Level 6.

Crocodile was freed by Luffy from Impel Down in exchange for aiding in the rescue of his brother and went to Marineford to participate in the Summit War on the side of Luffy and the Whitebeard Pirates. After the war, he and his subordinate Daz Bonez decided to head out to the New World, where Crocodile would establish the Cross Guild alongside his former Warlord colleague Dracule Mihawk, with another former Warlord and current member of the Four Emperors, Buggy, acting as the organization’s figurehead.

Vegapunk later cloned Crocodile as one of the Seraphim to replace the Warlords.


Crocodile is a tall man with a wide chest, broad shoulders, muscular arms and legs, and a thick neck. He has pale skin and nape-length black hair, which is kept neatly slicked back, though strands tend to fall in front of his face during battles. Crocodile has various battle wounds, most notably a long-stitched scar at the bridge of his nose that stretches across his face and a large hook made from a tough gold alloy in place of his left hand. His eyes are deep-set and heavy-lidded, and his thin eyebrows are characteristically drawn upward in the middle. This gives his usual facial expression a feeling of condescension and distrust. Crocodile speaks with a deep, relaxed voice, and he is usually seen smoking a thick cigar produced by his company. In the anime, his skin is somewhat of a grayish color.

His theme of dress is meant to convey the image of an Italian mafia boss. In his original appearance, Crocodile wore a bright orange, black-striped button up vest over a long-sleeve peach shirt (white in the manga and One Piece: Pirate Warriors series), along with a blue scarf, dark brown suit pants, and polished black shoes with gold buckles. He also wore a long, thick, dark pelted fur coat (fully dark green in the manga and One Piece: Pirate Warriors, dark gray with a regular gray fur trim in the anime, and dark green with a light green trim in Movie 8) over his shoulders.

After he was incarcerated at Impel Down, he wore a striped prisoner uniform, like most other prisoners, but was somehow permitted to keep his gold hook. After joining Luffy and Jinbe on their mission to save Ace, he obtained a full change of clothes from the supplies of Newkama Land and thereafter wore a black shirt, a green scarf, dark grey slacks, and a black overcoat with brown tan (light color in the anime) fur trim. After the Summit War of Marineford, he is seen in attire that greatly resembles the one from the Arabasta Kingdom, consisting of a vest over a plain shirt, a scarf around his neck, suit pants, elegant shoes, and a fur coat draped around his shoulders.

After the timeskip, his apparel continues to resemble his outfit during the Arabasta Arc, but with a purple vest that features diagonal crossing stripes rather than squares. He wore a white shirt, orange scurf and retained his black coat.

In all his appearances, he wears a single gold hoop earring in his right ear, and he usually has several golden rings with different colored gemstones on every finger except the ring finger, for reasons unknown (in the anime version of the Arabasta Arc, it was his middle finger that was bare. This has since been corrected in recent arcs).

In SBS Volume 63, Oda drew the Seven Warlords as children. Crocodile is shown having a similar hairstyle as his adult self, but is missing his trademark scar and hook. He is shown wearing simple clothing with a large pistol slung on his belt.

A close up of Crocodile’s face.

Crocodile’s current wanted poster.

A photo from Crocodile’s previous wanted poster in a newspaper.

Crocodile’s color scheme in the manga.

Crocodile in the Digitally Colored Manga.

Crocodile as a child.

Crocodile’s outfit during the Arabasta Arc.

Crocodile’s prisoner outfit.

Crocodile with Pirate King clothes in the Digitally Colored Manga.

Crocodile’s post incarceration outfit.

Crocodile’s outfit following the Levely Arc.

Video Games

Crocodile in the Baroque Works Team in One Piece: Going Baseball.

Crocodile in One Piece: Unlimited Adventure.

Crocodile in Dragon Ball Z x One Piece: Battle Experience.

Crocodile in One Piece: Pirate Warriors.

Crocodile in One Piece Film Dice Game Adventure Island.

Crocodile in One Piece Straw Wars Pirate Defense.

Crocodile in One Py Berry Match.

Crocodile in One Piece: Unlimited World Red.

Crocodile in One Piece: Super Grand Battle! X.

Crocodile’s Marineford costume in One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3.

Crocodile in One Piece: Burning Blood.

Crocodile in One Piece: Burning Will.

Crocodile in One Piece Thousand Storm.

Crocodile’s samurai costume in One Piece Thousand Storm.

Crocodile’s Marineford outfit in One Piece Thousand Storm.

Crocodile’s Halloween outfit in One Piece Thousand Storm.

Crocodile’s Stampede outfit in One Piece Thousand Storm.

Crocodile’s Sand King outfit in One Piece Thousand Storm.

Crocodile in One Piece Bounty Rush.

Crocodile in One Piece: World Seeker.

Crocodile in Jumputi Heroes.

Crocodile in One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4.

Crocodile in Monster Strike.


Oda’s depiction of Crocodile as a female.

Crocodile’s concept art from the anime.

Crocodile’s outfit in One Piece: Stampede.

Crocodile’s portrait (with Daz Bonez) in One day.

Crocodile’s attire from One Piece Log Collection.

Crocodile on the cover of the disc One Piece Nippon Judan! 47 Cruise CD.

Crocodile on the cover of the disc One Piece Island Song Collection.

Crocodile in the Hungry Days advertisement campaign.

Crocodile in One Piece Everyday.


Crocodile is a seasoned, cunning and business-savvy pirate who is self-assured and confident in himself and his own abilities, as evidenced by his former title as one of the Seven Warlords of the Sea that he had held on for years. He enjoys toying with weaker opponents, often grinning and laughing smugly during battle. However, due to his overconfidence, he seriously underestimated Luffy’s willpower, and this eventually led to his defeat.

Crocodile is first introduced as an intimidating and sophisticated mastermind, although to the people of the Arabasta Kingdom, he was viewed as a savior figure who protected the country from pirate attacks, as part of his duty as a Warlord of the Sea. In spite of his status as a national hero, Crocodile could not care less for the local population and their adoration for him, looking down on them as fools and only acting against threats in order to keep up appearances. In his plot to take over Arabasta, Crocodile callously and inhumanly orchestrated the destruction of several communities, with the intent of inciting strife that would eventually lead into a bloody civil war. Crocodile’s actions were enough to disgust even former bounty hunter Roronoa Zoro, who described the Warlord as the worst of scoundrels.

Crocodile’s willingness to kill shows his pitiless nature, and he does not think twice about sentencing another person to death. He is also very quick to get angry if someone insults or ridicules him in any way; Crocodile told Nico Robin that he had killed everyone who had ever insulted him. This irritability is first seen when Sanji sasses him over the Den Den Mushi. It is more clearly shown during his first fight with Luffy: when the Straw Hat captain called him stupid, he bit his cigar clean in half and then threatened to kill Robin for laughing. By his own admission, Crocodile is not always rational.

Despite his low tolerance for receiving insults, Crocodile has the habit of taunting others, frequently using the word “worthless” to refer to the desperate struggles of his enemies, although he seems to have changed this habit slightly since fighting Luffy. Crocodile is known to belittle his foes, generally implying that they are far inferior to him, whether he is fighting a rookie or a fellow Warlord (namely Donquixote Doflamingo, who had a former bounty almost 300,000,000 higher than his own). Crocodile’s capacity for looking down on others is so high that he even told Dracule Mihawk, the World’s Strongest Swordsman, to “watch himself”.

In battle, Crocodile shows a complete lack of fear and doubt, although this trait was broken down a bit during his third battle with Luffy. He usually appears to be very composed and fearless, even when facing fearsome opponents like Whitebeard, Dracule Mihawk, or Akainu. If Crocodile is extremely angry or annoyed with his victim, he will rarely kill them outright, instead leaving them to suffer as they slowly die. This proved to be a bad habit, which ultimately led to his defeat. In his first and second fights with Luffy, instead of killing him straight away, Crocodile left Luffy to suffer. Because of this carelessness, Luffy was able to come back in two different occasions and finally defeat him. This, along with sheer luck, are the only reasons Luffy lived through any of his fights with Crocodile. This also allowed Mr. 3 to survive Crocodile’s attempt to feed him to the Bananawani, which proved to be instrumental to the survival of the Straw Hats.

Crocodile has displayed an extremely cynical and patronizing attitude, showing complete disregard to the romantic pirate lifestyle and stating that all the values that the status of Pirate King had once symbolized were now worthless to him. Crocodile valued military power above popularity, renown, and treasure, believing that only ignorant fools declare their grandiose dreams. He referred to having trust and faith in others as an idiotic thing to do several times during the Arabasta Arc, claiming to have done away with countless people and going as far as to deride those who fight for someone else, making their defeats all the harsher.

Crocodile has been shown to almost completely lack any code of honor. Extremely pragmatic to the point of treachery, Crocodile once offered a sadistic choice to Vivi, only to later reveal that it would not matter in the end, making any effort from her part meaningless. One of the few vestiges of honor he ever displayed was in his third battle with Luffy, during which he stated that Luffy deserved an honorable death from his venomous hook. Due to the situation at the time of battle, this could be seen as more an ironic act of cruelty than honor, but he did seem to regard the use of his rarely seen poison hook as a tribute to Luffy’s tenacity. As another example of his distorted sense of honor, after Whitebeard had been injured by Squard, Crocodile refused to fight him in that weakened state. In fact, he became furious at Whitebeard’s loss of strength out of pride, having been defeated by the Emperor in the past.

Crocodile shows no emotional concern for most of his subordinates, and they don’t have any to him. He is fully willing to sacrifice them to achieve his ambitions; a prime example is Operation Utopia, wherein every Baroque Works member in Alubarna, including most of the Officer Agents, would have been killed by the resulting cannon blast. He also has no qualms about killing them if they fail or betray him, having little tolerance for anything that may threaten the outcome of his plans. He showed no true attachment, affection, or trust toward these people and viewed them only as pawns. Despite all this, Crocodile is very loyal to Daz Bones: He seems to have a very good relationship with Mr. 1, having gone out of his way to rescue his former subordinate from his cell. Daz in return is very loyal to his boss, even getting angry if someone disrespects him

After being defeated by Luffy and being stripped of his Warlord title, Crocodile apparently lost interest in the outside world. He refused to escape with the rest of his subordinates during the breakout detailed in the eighth Cover Story. Upon his capture, he disregarded the notion of escaping simply because he did not feel like it, perhaps assuming that escape would come easily to him if he changed his mind. Similarly, he smiled at the news that he would be sent to Impel Down and seemed apathetic during his imprisonment. Crocodile was the only Impel Down inmate who appeared to be enjoying himself; he was initially seen smiling and mocking his fellow prisoners. He claimed that he was only in Impel Down because he chose to stay, an assertion well in line with his overly condescending demeanor. His only apparent motivation to leave Impel Down was the chance to enact revenge against Whitebeard. Following the war, Crocodile seemed eager to journey to the New World with Mr. 1, having reignited his ambitious side once more.

Crocodile seems to have mellowed out since his defeat in Arabasta, at least to some degree. He seems more willing to assist others, having offered to aid Luffy escape from Impel Down, and he nonchalantly accepted help from others as well. Certain revelations imply that he may not be as heartless as he lets on. During the war, he went beyond his personal agenda several times to save his allies’ lives. He saved Ace’s life and protected Mr. 1 and Luffy from Mihawk. He even prevented Akainu from cornering Luffy and Jinbe as they desperately tried to escape the scene of the battle. Nevertheless, he claimed that he only saved them because if he had not, the Marines would feel victorious, and that prospect irritated him.

Crocodile has a distinct laugh that starts with “Ku” (i.e., Kuhahahaha!). In the anime, he tends to laugh at a much slower pace than one might expect, his “hahaha”s lapsing into “ah-ah-ah”s on occasion.


Baroque Works

Baroque Works was Crocodile’s first known attempt at establishing an organization to aid him in achieving power after his loss to Whitebeard in the New World. As president of Baroque Works, Crocodile established a set of guidelines for his employees to follow in order to keep the company’s operations hidden from the public eye, all while expecting monetary funds (from bounty hunting) and status reports from them periodically.

Crocodile’s relationship with his employees, in regards to the grand scale of Baroque Works, was virtually non-existent. His identity was shrouded in complete mystery to everyone in the organization except for Nico Robin. This implies that people may not have trusted Mr. 0 as a boss if they had known he was Crocodile the Warlord himself, which was reflected through Mr. 2 in particular, who reacted to Mr. 0’s reveal negatively at first. Still, Crocodile’s own strength and reputation were enough to intimidate the Officer Agents into not raising any further objections.

Crocodile did not refrain from acting cruelly towards the Baroque Works agents under his employment, especially those who failed him. Though he was formerly a loyal subordinate, Mr. 3’s allegiance turned to hate and fear after Crocodile attempted to murder him. Ever since, the mere sight of Crocodile has filled Mr. 3 with terror. However, Crocodile does not harm subordinates for no reason, only striking out at them if they betray or just stop being useful to him.

Officer Agents

Crocodile’s connection to Robin was strictly business-related. He did not consider her a friend, only a tool for his own ambitions. At best, he would praise her intelligence and ability to think ahead. Robin was trusted as the manager of Crocodile’s private casino, Rain Dinners.

Miss Double Finger, like her fellow Officer Agents, was shocked to learn Mr. 0’s true identity and continued to appear moderately intimidated by his presence, especially when the latter used his sand powers to dehydrate Mr. 3. This, however, did not stop Zala’s curiosity; she daringly decided to directly ask Crocodile about his final objective while Mr. 1, Mr. 2, Mr. 4, and Miss Merry Christmas remained visibly put off.

Mr. 2 addressed Crocodile as “Zero-chan”, even after learning his identity. At first, Bon Kurei seemed to be against the idea of working for a pirate, but quickly took back any further complaints when Crocodile menacingly asked if he or any of the other Officer Agents had an issue with his identity.

Despite Crocodile’s cruelty towards his subordinates, the Officer Agents managed to retain some level of loyalty toward him after his defeat. This is demonstrated when Miss Goldenweek attempted to save him and the other Baroque Works agents and Mr. 1 subsequently decided to stay with him in prison. Crocodile rewarded this loyalty by personally releasing Mr. 1 from his cell after escaping from his own, and later asking Mr. 1 to join him in the New World which he accepted without hesitation.

Cross Guild

Cross Guild was supposed to be under me and Hawkeye.
— Crocodile.

The Cross Guild is Crocodile’s second known attempt at establishing a bounty hunting organization, using Buggy’s Delivery existing infrastructure to run his new operations. Alongside Dracule Mihawk, he is one of the organization’s true leaders, using Buggy as a figurehead to attract all unwanted attention away from themselves. Both men are widely respected by Buggy’s subordinates due to their impressive showings at Karai Bari Island, where they sank the entire Marine fleet that was sent after Buggy.

Dracule Mihawk

Crocodile and Mihawk briefly clashed during the Summit War of Marineford, after the swordsman struck down Daz Bones for protecting Monkey D. Luffy on Crocodile’s orders. Despite this brief confrontation, Crocodile respects Mihawk enough to propose joining forces with him after the dissolution of the Seven Warlords of the Sea two years later. Crocodile noted that, in spite of their differences, both ex-Warlords had the common thread of being overall distrustful of others. Mihawk himself was apparently convinced and accepted his invitation to establish the Cross Guild, showing he did not object to becoming Crocodile’s business partner despite said trust issues. He also agreed with Mihawk’s suggestion of using Buggy as a figurehead to stave off any excessive attentions, and they can eliminate him at any time if Buggy became a hassle.


Crocodile has no respect whatsoever for Buggy, who he always considers to be weak, pathetic, worthless and cowardly. Despite joining forces with him and learning about the clown’s connection to the Roger Pirates during their escape from Impel Down, at no point did Crocodile’s very low opinion on Buggy ever change. Meanwhile, Buggy very much fears Crocodile, to the point of thinking that getting on the bad side of his fellow ex-companion from the Impel Down Prison Escape Team was worse than dealing with the Marines themselves.

Despite learning Buggy was once a member of Gol D. Roger’s crew, it does not change Crocodile’s opinion on Buggy as he still considered the clown to be weak, worthless, cowardly and pathetic.

Still, Crocodile was “kind” enough to loan an unspecified amount of money for Buggy to establish his own mercenary business following the latter’s acceptance into the Seven Warlords. With the dissolution of the Warlord system, however, Crocodile returned to Buggy in order to call up the debt the clown pirate owed him. When Buggy confessed that he did not have the money to pay him back, Crocodile considered selling him into slavery, again underscoring how little Crocodile thought of Buggy’s life and reputation.

When Buggy accidentally usurped the role of president of the Cross Guild due to his overzealous followers, Crocodile felt nothing short of anger and embarrassment, joining Mihawk in brutalizing Buggy and even forcing the Cross Guild’s leaflet down the clown’s throat at one point, all while their “superior” begged for mercy. However, he eventually agreed with Mihawk to allow Buggy to live and remain in his post as “president” of the company, out of convenience to allow himself to run things from the shadows to get rid of any unwanted attentions.

Despite letting Buggy live to benefit them, Crocodile and Mihawk still repeatedly beat up Buggy, going as far as dangling his head from a hook even after showing their disgust for the new ship, claiming its design is tasteless. When Buggy revealed his goal, the two pirates argued with him, essentially calling him a deluded and lowly pirate for assuming they would take him to the top and be willing to fight the other Emperors as Crocodile has no interest to claim the heads of any of the Emperors. He tells Buggy that piracy is business, and the Clown has no clue to think of a plan.

Straw Hat Pirates

Crocodile was a major enemy of the Straw Hats, and his defeat at their hands is considered one of their greatest achievements. Starting from Whisky Peak, Luffy and his crew were targeted by Crocodile and his organization, Baroque Works. When the Straw Hats finally reached Arabasta, the crew struggled but succeeded in foiling Crocodile’s scheme, all for the sake of their friend, Princess Vivi. Crocodile did not really see Chopper as a threat like the rest of the Straw Hats and mistook him for nothing more than the crew’s pet.

Monkey D. Luffy

After seeing Crocodile and his Operation Utopia plan to destroy Vivi’s kingdom, Luffy grew furious at the Warlord, swearing to defeat him. However, Crocodile viewed Luffy as just another rookie who knew nothing of the world and constantly belittled him. During their third fight, Crocodile stated that once Luffy learned what the seas were truly like, he would forsake his dream. That said, this proved to be Crocodile’s downfall, as Luffy would eventually find ways to bypass his supposedly invincible Logia powers and beat him for good.

After coming across Crocodile in Level 6 of Impel Down, Emporio Ivankov persuaded Luffy to free him, which he did reluctantly as he had not forgotten the suffering the Warlord brought to Vivi. Even though he suffered defeat at Luffy’s hands, he did not seem to hold a grudge, and was even willing to offer him assistance in breaking out of Impel Down. Crocodile aligned himself with Luffy during the Summit War of Marineford, he ended up saving Luffy’s brother, Ace, once, and protected Luffy himself several times, even after he had prevented him from killing Whitebeard which went against their original agreement, claiming that he only did it because he did not want the Marines to have their way, but obviously because Crocodile harbored respect for Luffy. He stopped Mihawk from killing Luffy and confronted the Warlord so Luffy could go on to save Ace. He also helped Jinbe and Luffy escape from Akainu to prevent the then-admiral from killing them.

Two years later, Crocodile now seems to show interest in reading about Luffy’s exploits in the New World, like his alliance with Trafalgar D. Water Law to take on Doflamingo, as well as his invasion of Totto Land, Big Mom’s territory. Unlike Buggy, Crocodile recognized Luffy’s status as one of the Four Emperors to be generally well earned for defeating Kaidou, and he does not seem to have any interest in fighting Luffy to claim his head, nor does he hold a grudge against him for stopping Operation Utopia.

Nico Robin

Crocodile and Nico Robin worked together for several years in order to further their own goals, becoming the leaders of Baroque Works, but their relationship never had more than a semblance of mutual trust. Although he sheltered her from authorities in exchange for her services, he never once showed compassion to her, nor did she show loyalty to him; she was just expected to follow orders. He held no pity for her when she failed to deliver Pluton’s location, and did not think twice about striking her, and she thought nothing of betraying his trust in her, although he did admit that she had been a beneficial partner to him.


Among his former colleagues, Crocodile seemed to have an especially negative past relationship with Jinbe, who was notably furious to know Crocodile was in a cell near his at Impel Down. Upon their release, Jinbe told Crocodile to leave Whitebeard alone. However, Crocodile’s only response was asking him if he wanted to fight. Despite their conflict, in the late stages of the Summit War of Marineford, Crocodile helped Jinbe and Luffy escape from Akainu.


Arabasta Kingdom

In Arabasta, the Warlord Crocodile was seen as a hero because he was always defeating pirates who attacked the island. Without knowing that his true intention was conquest, the citizens admired him and even the king acknowledged his good deeds. In truth, Crocodile was purposefully destabilizing the country with ravaging sandstorms and an artificial drought generated through the use of Dance Powder, leading to misery and rebellion among citizens. The first Arabastan to discover his evil plan was Nefertari Vivi.

Crocodile’s cruelty toward Arabasta was laid bare after he was defeated by Luffy. Soon after his downfall, Vivi revealed the truth to the astonished crowd. In turn, his actions as a Warlord set the events that led to the system’s dissolution in the following Levely.

Nefertari Vivi

Crocodile was on especially bad terms with Vivi, to which he personally mocked her privileged disposition.

After learning of the crimes that he was committing at her country’s expense, she repeatedly expressed her desire to kill him, and did not hesitate to attempt to deal a lethal blow to him.

Nefertari Cobra

Cobra was first seen expressing his gratitude toward Crocodile for defeating some pirates that tried to raid Nanohana, not knowing of Crocodile’s true nature. Soon afterwards, he learned the truth about the rebellion from Vivi’s letter (delivered by Karoo). Crocodile had Cobra brought to him and demanded to know the location of Pluton, later forcing the king to lead Miss All Sunday to the Arabasta Poneglyph in order to gather information about Pluton. Cobra was willing to face death if it meant he could keep Crocodile from seizing the throne.

When Luffy arrived and fought against Crocodile one last time, Cobra witnessed the battle and was amazed by Luffy’s finishing attack that punched Crocodile through bedrock.


Chaka and Crocodile first fought when the latter appeared at the royal castle. Chaka was so angered by Crocodile’s dismissal of the Kicking Claw Force that he attacked the man in a fit of rage. His reasons were also backed by his desire to protect Vivi and Koza and to buy them enough time to put an end to the battle. Despite his best efforts, Chaka was easily defeated.


Crocodile knew about Toto, the sole inhabitant of Yuba at the time. Like the rest of Arabasta’s citizens, Crocodile thought of him as an idiot and found his endless, futile attempts to dig out water laughable. He was also revealed to have been behind the sandstorms that were drying up Yuba, as part of his plan to sabotage Arabasta’s towns.

While Toto was unaware of Crocodile’s involvement in Yuba’s ruin, he braved all the sandstorms the Warlord summoned to ravage his town, declaring that Yuba would not fall to mere sand.

Edward Newgate

As the person responsible for Crocodile suffering a humiliating defeat during his early days at the New World, he held a grudge against Whitebeard ever since. At Impel Down, he expressed a desire of revenge and to kill Whitebeard himself, which led to him forming an alliance with Luffy to escape. As soon as he got to Marineford, Crocodile made an attempt on Whitebeard’s life, only to be stopped by Luffy.

Despite his animosity, it appeared that Crocodile had at least some respect for the old pirate. When Squard stabbed Whitebeard, Crocodile became disgusted by how weak his former adversary had become. Upon the Emperor’s death, he remarked that his wounds were now fully healed as he was ready to take on the New World once more.

World Government and Marines

Dogs that run away to lick their wounds have no right to speak of justice. That is a rule of this sea. Now, why don’t you go back to your Marine headquarters and discuss your justice some more?
— Crocodile to Tashigi

Crocodile is considered an enemy of the Marines and the World Government after his plot threatened to upset the balance between the Three Great Powers. Crocodile abused his Warlord privileges to build himself a large and powerful covert organization. His actions in Arabasta left the World Government with no choice but to revoke his status as a Warlord of the Sea, although they had not even realized there was a problem until after Luffy dealt with him. The World Government raised Luffy’s bounty as a direct result of Crocodile’s defeat.

During the War of Marineford, Sengoku thought that he could use Crocodile’s hatred of Whitebeard to his advantage. Though Crocodile did want to take Whitebeard’s head, he also wanted to keep the Marines from having their way, which was shown when he saved Ace from the first execution attempt. Sengoku was shocked and aggravated by this turn of events. Even though Crocodile had been robbed of his revenge against Whitebeard, he continued to consider the Marines his enemy, and ultimately saved Luffy and Jinbe from Admiral Akainu.

After two years, Crocodile destroyed Vice-Admiral Stainless’ fleet who were attempting to capture Buggy. Crocodile created Cross Guild to issue the bounties on the Marines, weakening the World Government’s military power.


Crocodile imprisoned Smoker along with the Straw Hat Pirates in a Seastone Cage at Rain Dinners. Crocodile was aware of Smoker’s reputation as a loose cannon and planned to eliminate him alongside the Straw Hats, covering up the death of both the Marine captain and the pirate crew as the result of a battle between them.

Because he already hated the Seven Warlords of the Sea to begin with (since he viewed them as nothing more than pirates), Smoker already suspected something wrong was happening at Arabasta, solely because of Crocodile’s presence, which led him to investigate things further at Rainbase. During the Summit War of Marineford, Smoker was very surprised to see Luffy cooperating with Crocodile. Two years later, Smoker told Fujitora about his experience with Crocodile during the Arabasta Arc, which influenced certain decisions from the Marine admiral during the Dressrosa and Levely arcs.


Crocodile briefly met Tashigi on his way to the Tomb of the Kings, after having defeated Luffy for the second time. Crocodile mocked the Marine woman, insulting her superior, Smoker, for not being around, and telling Tashigi that she was too weak to enforce justice.

Tashigi felt powerless due to Crocodile’s words, which led her to cooperate with Monkey D. Luffy by telling him Crocodile’s whereabouts instead of going after him herself. After Crocodile’s defeat, Tashigi was responsible for revoking Crocodile’s Warlord status as well as his arrest.


Emporio Ivankov

Ivankov and Crocodile knew each other at some point while the latter was still a rookie. At that time, Ivankov found out a precious weakness of Crocodile’s, which he later used as blackmail to ensure that the known villain would not betray the escape party.

Donquixote Doflamingo

When they met during the Summit War of Marineford, Crocodile threatened to kill Doflamingo for intruding in his business and mocking him, but Doflamingo suggested they form a partnership. In response, he laughed at the offer and attacked both Jozu and Doflamingo. After Crocodile rescued Ace from the first execution attempt, Doflamingo suddenly cut off Crocodile’s head, saying that he would be jealous if Crocodile allied with Whitebeard after refusing his own alliance proposal. Crocodile said that he was not allied with anyone, after which the two were seen clashing. Doflamingo also recognized his strength, as he did not believe Crocodile would be defeated by a Marine captain after hearing about him in the Arabasta cover up.

Abilities and Powers

As a former Warlord of the Sea, Crocodile is powerful enough to be recognized by the World Government. He was the Warlord with the second lowest bounty at the time 81,000,000, with Hancock having the lowest, although he held the title for so long that such a low bounty would now be outdated. Currently, he now has the fifth highest after the former Warlords, Blackbeard, Mihawk, Buggy, and Law, with a bounty of 1,965,000,000, Indeed, when Crocodile was stripped of his Warlord status and transferred to Impel Down, he was placed in Level 6, where the world’s absolute worst criminals are kept.

He defeated Luffy no less than twice before his eventual defeat. In fact, if not for his good luck and the help he received from several people, Luffy would have been killed in all three battles: he was impaled (and then rescued by Nico Robin), dehydrated (and then revived by his own Water Water Pistol), and poisoned (and then received the antidote from Robin). Moreover, if Luffy’s blood had not served as a way to nullify Crocodile’s Logia-Type defense, and if Robin had not supplied Luffy with the antidote to his hook’s poison, the third battle would have effectively favored Crocodile as well.

Later on, during the Summit War of Marineford, Crocodile was uninjured after confronting fellow Warlords Donquixote Doflamingo and Dracule Mihawk in quick succession, despite the fact that both opponents possess and have complete mastery of their Haki. Against the latter, he did not seem to be concerned at all about facing the strongest swordsman in the world, even going so far as to threaten him. Crocodile was even able to battle Admiral Akainu and survive completely unharmed afterward.

After time-skip, Crocodile became more powerful than before. He easily defeated Vice Admiral Stainless and his fleet. His bounty of 1,965,000,000 has made him an extremely dangerous threat to the World Government’s operations. This is furthered by the fact that he and Mihawk merely becoming “subordinates” to Buggy was enough to get him named as one of the Four Emperors by the World Government.


Crocodile is extremely intelligent and cunning, which is apparent from his ability to lead Baroque Works while keeping the World Government completely in the dark about what he was doing and making himself out to be a hero in the eyes of the people. He is also skilled at crafting near-flawless plans and noticing things that most other people would not. His intelligence and leadership are acknowledged by the Marines and recognized as two of his most dangerous traits, alongside his Logia abilities.

He is known to deduce a correct conclusion based on very little information; for example, after seeing the white wrappings on the Straw Hats’ arms, he almost instantly figured out that it was a safeguard against Mr. 2’s infiltration. He managed to sabotage the king’s reputation among the citizens by secretly importing rain-producing dust into the capital during a period of major regional drought, then having it “accidentally” discovered on route, inciting the threat of civil war and thereby drawing attention away from his own shady machinations.

The entire Arabasta Saga is a testament to Crocodile’s strategy and manipulative skills: he managed to successfully maintain control over all operations within “Baroque Works” over a period of years while keeping his true identity as a Warlord hidden from everyone except Nico Robin. Simultaneously, he strove to attain a high level of respect and prestige among the citizens of Arabasta as their “savior” by brutally dispatching any would-be invaders or pirates. An expert liar and manipulator, he was able to trick Vivi in wasting time looking for a key that was fake all along and managed to make Luffy drop his guard by targeting Yuba with a sandstorm, after learning of Luffy’s friendship with Toto. During the events of Operation Utopia, Crocodile demonstrated great foresight in his attempt to blow up Alubarna, having installed a backup mechanism to fire a bomb on the capital in case the main method failed and placing two of his agents to protect it in the possibility it was found.

His skills not only apply to his own organization but to others as well, as he was responsible for fellow warlord Buggy gaining the capital and resources needed to establish his own successful underworld organization, Buggy’s Delivery. Later, with the help and influence of fellow Warlord Dracule Mihawk, and with Buggy offering to pay off his debt by offering up his organization, it was re-integrated into a much larger, more powerful, more dangerous Emperor-led organization, capable of issuing bounties on Marines, Cross Guild. In addition to that, Crocodile operates said organization alongside co-founder Mihawk, with Buggy, who was mistakenly given credit for Cross Guild’s creation and made an Emperor as a result, now acting as the organization’s figurehead, allowing the two to operate as they please while the world focuses mostly on him, with Buggy as their supposed leader, and the two ex-warlords acting as his chief officers and having their own respective reputations added into Cross Guild’s rising infamy, with none the wiser of the organization’s actual leadership.

In addition, aside from being heavily experienced thanks to his many years as a pirate, he seems to have a better understanding of Devil Fruits than most people, as evidenced by his mastery of his Logia-type powers. He also revealed that the Jailer Beasts were actually “Awakened” Zoan fruit users at a time when no one around him had even realized that they were even Devil Fruit users.

Physical Abilities

In addition to his powers being of the Logia-type, allowing him to turn into sand to avoid injuries, Crocodile has an enormous amount of physical stamina, durability, pain tolerance, resilience and endurance, coupled with remarkable speed and reflexes. He was able to take a heavy flurry of blows from Luffy in his third battle as he countered with his own attacks, and he took a Brilliant Punk from Jozu infused with Busoshoku Haki and was able to get up quickly, showing only superficial injuries. He is also one of the few people known to tolerate getting “baptized” in boiling water in Impel Down without flinching, which is considered an impressive feat. He could effortlessly withstand the extreme temperatures of Levels 3 (where the heat is sufficient to roast a bird alive), 4 (which is several times hotter than Level 3) and 5 (a room operating at sub-zero temperatures) of Impel Down.

Crocodile also possesses great physical strength, first demonstrated when he carried off the dead bodies of an entire pirate crew (namely Puppu’s) after dehydrating them with his Devil Fruit powers. He was able to block a Doflamingo kick, without too many complications (his shock created a wave strong enough to push away the nearby marines). He even managed to intercept and parry Mihawk’s two-handed slash with just his hook

Devil Fruit

Further information: Suna Suna no Mi

Crocodile ate the Suna Suna no Mi, a Logia-type Devil Fruit that allows him to create, control, and transform his body into sand. This ability allows him to easily re-form his body after most attacks.

While in a desert/sandy area, his powers make him nearly invincible. Crocodile has the ability to create huge sandstorms, make multiple bladed weapons out of sand, and create quicksand (given the presence of a nearby underground waterway). He can also create powerful sandstorms that grow in power until even Crocodile himself cannot stop them.

He can absorb all the moisture out of any object, living or non-living, by touching it with his right hand. This ability allows him to utterly destroy his surroundings, killing and mummifying any biological substances via dehydration. This application does not work on metallic substances, though. However, if moisture comes into contact with his body, it immediately reverts to solid form and cannot transform.



In addition to being one of the few characters shown to have some degree of mastery over their Devil Fruit, Crocodile is also formidable in hand-to-hand combat using a hook. He fought using only his hook for most of his third match with Luffy, only resorting to his Devil Fruit powers when he finally accepted that things weren’t going in his favor. His hook is made mostly out of an extremely tough and resilient gold alloy, which makes it resistant to corrosion. Its durability was shown to be especially impressive when it took no visible damage from Mihawk’s Yoru as Crocodile defended Luffy from an attack.

The gold part of the hook is hollow and can be removed to expose a poisonous hook hidden inside. This porous secondary hook releases a powerful scorpion venom, which is strong enough to melt through rock and kill anyone with the effect of a single slash.

In the unlikely event that the hook becomes damaged, there is a knife hidden underneath that can be ejected and used in its place. In a pinch, the very wide base of the hook can also serve as an improvised mace-like weapon, as shown when Crocodile used its blunt force to smash Luffy into a wall.

During his incarceration in both a regular prison and Impel Down, Crocodile was permitted to keep his formidable hook.

The golden hook.

The poisonous hook underneath.

The knife underneath the poisonous hook.

Timer Bomb

For the pinnacle of Operation Utopia, Crocodile prepared a specialized bomb. It was designed to detonate across a maximum radius of five kilometers, large enough to completely obliterate the capital city of Alubarna. It was prepared about 30 minutes prior to the intended firing time, at which point it would be released from a bulky cannon, but in case that method backfired, Crocodile had a special timer installed onto the bomb itself. The timer was set for less than a minute after the planned time.

The cannon inside the clock tower.

The time bomb inside the cannon.

Major Battles

  • Crocodile vs. Whitebeard (unseen)
  • Crocodile vs. Puppu
  • Crocodile vs. Monkey D. Luffy (Desert)
  • Crocodile vs. Tsumegeri Guards
  • Crocodile vs. Chaka
  • Crocodile vs. Luffy (Arabasta Palace)
  • Crocodile vs. Nico Robin
  • Crocodile vs. Luffy (Tomb of the Kings Mausoleum)
  • Crocodile, Luffy, and Jinbe vs. Minorhinoceros, Minokoala, and Minozebra
  • Crocodile, Mr. 1, and Jinbe vs. Marines (outside Impel Down)
  • Crocodile and Mr. 1 vs. Whitebeard Pirates
  • Crocodile vs. Donquixote Doflamingo vs. Jozu
  • Crocodile vs. Donquixote Doflamingo
  • Crocodile vs. Dracule Mihawk
  • Crocodile, Andre, and Whitebeard Pirates Commanders (minus Ace, Jozu, and Thatch) vs. Admiral Akainu
  • Crocodile and Mr. 1 vs. Stainless’s fleet

Filler Battles

  • Crocodile vs. Bullet (unseen)
  • Crocodile, Lucci, Luffy, Hancock, Sabo, Law, Smoker, and Buggy vs. Bullet
  • Crocodile vs Roronoa Zoro

Early Concepts

In One Piece Green: Secret Pieces, an early concept of Crocodile was revealed. He would have challenged people with difficult riddles (possibly in homage to the mythological Sphinx, per the Arabasta Kingdom’s many parallels to ancient Egypt). Accordingly, his hook-hand would have been shaped more directly after a question mark.

Anime and Manga Differences


In the manga, Crocodile’s skin color is a more natural light skin color, as opposed to the anime’s gray skin. In the manga, the poison hook beneath his golden one is far thinner than in the anime.

Impel Down Arc

In the anime it is partially seen how Crocodile changes outfits, as his shoes are laced by the Emporio Ivankov’s Dancers. In the manga, Minozebra is defeated by Crocodile’s Sables, while in the anime he is defeated by Jinbe’s Gosenmaigawara Seiken. In the manga, Minorhinoceros is defeated by Jinbe’s Gosenmaigawara Seiken, while in the anime he is defeated by Crocodile’s Sables.

Marineford Arc

In the anime Crocodile mentioned that they were falling down out of the sky because of Ivankov. He is in fact blaming the okama, but this was proven wrong in the next episode, where it showed detailed explanation on what happened on their way to the war. The conversation between Akainu and the Whitebeard Commanders and Crocodile was extended in the anime.

Dressrosa Arc

In the manga, when the world learns of Doflamingo’s sudden resignation from the Seven Warlords, Crocodile is not specifically shown or even confirmed to appear, only a shadowy figure with a long non-fur coat over his shoulders with a cigar in his mouth. In the anime, the cigar is removed but the coat was changed to Crocodile’s trademark fur coat and Crocodile’s golden hook is shown, confirming his identity in the anime.

The manga image.

The anime equivalent

The added shot of the hook.

Translation and Dub Issues

In the 4Kids dub, Crocodile underwent several edits. After his first fight with Luffy, Crocodile dangled Luffy upside down with his hook instead of impaling him with it. Strangely, in the next episode of the dub, Luffy was right-side up with Crocodile’s hook being around his neck but was still hanging upside-down in some shots. Another edit Crocodile suffered was that instead of being weakened by Luffy’s blood in the final fight, he was weakened by his sweat. In spite of this, it was roughly edited- there were a few frames where the blood can still be seen. Also, in the hidden tomb with Nico Robin, he merely hit her in the back. In the original version, he impaled her through the back.

Additionally, scenes with Crocodile smoking cigars were cut. However, in one episode, 4Kids forgot to edit his cigar at one point. His personality was also changed to be much more sarcastic in the 4Kids dub, such as calling Luffy “desert doodoo”. Also, due to cutting out the Little Garden arc, his feeding Mr. 3 to his Bananawani was for pointless reasons, which itself was a plot hole as he said he ordered Mr. 3 to follow the Straw Hats since they left Loguetown when he did not even know about them yet.


As a prominent character, he has been featured in the fan merchandise. Crocodile has been featured in the One Piece Anime Heroes and twice in the One Piece Gashapon Grand Battle sets. Crocodile has also been released in the P.O.P. Portrait of Pirates series. He also appeared in One Piece Super Effect – Devil Fruit User, Super Effect Keychain, and One Piece The Combining Prison Impel Down!! with Jinbe. He has recently been released in the Figuarts Zero line.


  • “Arabasta Game”

Video Games

Playable Appearances

  • Grand Battle! Swan Colosseum
  • One Piece: Going Baseball
  • Grand Battle! 2
  • One Piece: Treasure Battle!
  • One Piece: Grand Battle! 3
  • One Piece: Grand Battle! Rush!
  • Fighting for One Piece
  • One Piece: Grand Adventure
  • One Piece: Unlimited Adventure
  • One Piece: Unlimited Cruise
  • One Piece: Gear Spirit
  • One Piece: Gigant Battle
  • One Piece: Gigant Battle! 2 New World
  • One Piece: Pirate Warriors 2
  • One Piece: Unlimited World Red
  • One Piece: Super Grand Battle! X
  • One Py Berry Match
  • One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3
  • One Piece Treasure Cruise
  • One Piece: Dance Battle
  • One Piece Thousand Storm
  • One Piece: Burning Blood
  • One Piece Bounty Rush
  • One Piece Bon! Bon! Journey!!
  • One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4

Enemy Appearances

  • One Piece: Treasure Wars 2 Welcome to Buggyland
  • Aim! The King of Belly
  • One Piece: Dragon Dream!
  • One Piece: Pirates Carnival
  • One Piece: Round the Land
  • One Piece: World Seeker
  • One Piece Odyssey

Support Appearances

  • One Piece Romance Dawn: The Dawn of the Adventure
  • One Piece: Pirate Warriors
  • One Piece: Dance Battle
  • One Piece: Great Pirate Colosseum
  • One Piece Odyssey

Non-Playable Appearances

  • Jump Ultimate Stars

Other Appearances

Other Media

  • In One Piece Premier Show 2014, Bildy created a fake version of Crocodile to fight as one of the DX Marines’ generals. In One Piece Premier Show 2016, Pokke created a clone of Crocodile under Wilder’s order to attack the Straw Hat Pirates. Crocodile appeared in the retelling of the Arabasta Arc in One Piece Premier Show 2018. He also appeared in One Piece Premier Show 2019.
  • In Tokyo One Piece Tower, Crocodile’s Arabasta outfit was on display in the park’s Cruise History exhibit.
  • An image of Crocodile appears in One Piece Water Spectacle.
  • Crocodile appears in the Nami, Zoro, and Vivi versions of the Hungry Days commercials.

Cultural References

  • In a mock-trailer in episode 50 of the anime series Gintama, a Crocodile lookalike of Kondou Isao (the stalker) is seen charging towards Shimura Tae. He is knocked away by a “Gomu Gomu Pistol” move pulled off by Tae as she yelled, “Gomu Gomu”.

Errors and Corrections

The hook hand error…

…and its correction.

Crocodile lighting his cigar with both hands.

  • Both the manga and the anime have neglected to depict his hook-hand on at least one occasion:
    • In the original Shonen Jump printing of Chapter 398’s Cover Page (part of Miss Goldenweek’s “Operation: Meet Baroque Works”), he was depicted with two intact hands. This (after sparking brief fan speculation about the true nature of the hook) was corrected for the tankōbon release.
    • In Episode 117 of the anime (roughly at timing 19:55), he is shown lighting his cigar with two intact hands; this shot notably excludes not only his hook, but also his many rings.
  • When Igaram first mentioned Crocodile’s former bounty, he said it was 80,000,000. However, when Crocodile was introduced in person, his infobox said his bounty was 81,000,000.


  • Miss Goldenweek’s Rainbow Color Trap reveals that his dream was to become the Pirate King.
  • His animal theme is the crocodile. His name, the Bananawani he kept as pets, and his large scar (which resembles a “crocodile’s smile”) are all reflections of this theme.
  • The soundtrack playing during Crocodile’s defeat is Dvorak’s New World Symphony, specifically the 4th movement, “Allegro con fuoco”. It was the third time in the anime when a piece of classical music was played in the anime (The first being Buggy and Gaimon’s farewell, during which Chopin’s Etude in E Major played, the second being Dr. Hiriluk’s last speech, during which Ave Maria was played and the fourth being when the zombies claimed Absalom as their leader, with Ludwig van Beethoven’s rendition of (Ode to Joy).
  • Crocodile is the first Warlord to be defeated by Luffy.
  • Crocodile is the only one of the original Seven Warlords to possess a Logia Devil Fruit.
  • In the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, and 7th fan polls of most popular characters, Crocodile was ranked the 15th, 25th, 28th, 15th again, 18th, and 17th, respectively.
    • In the 2nd and 3rd fan polls, he is ranked as the second most popular of the Seven Warlords of the Sea, after Dracule Mihawk in both cases, in the 4th as the third most popular, after Trafalgar Law and Boa Hancock, and in the 6th as the fourth most popular, after Law, Hancock and Donquixote Doflamingo.
  • Though no direct inspirations have (thus far) been confirmed by Eiichiro Oda, Crocodile’s appearance and methodology strongly evoke two iconic villains of Western pop-culture:
    • Peter Pan‘s Captain Hook, the archetypal hook-handed pirate, who is also strongly associated with crocodiles (though in hostility rather than fondness); moreover, the 1953 Disney adaptation also centers his climactic scheme on a time-bomb.
    • The James Bond franchise’s Blofeld, the archetypal “mastermind” who affects a façade of legality and respectability while operating a secret criminal syndicate (complete with “numbered” executives) to instigate war and pursue weapons of mass destruction; moreover, 1967’s You Only Live Twice depicts him with a distinct facial scar, as well as a fondness for elaborate deathtraps using exotic animals.

SBS-Based Trivia

  • Crocodile’s birthday, September 5, comes from the Japanese transcription of his name’s first and third syllables since 9-5 can be derived from cu-co. His post-timeskip bounty revealed in Chapter 1058 also includes an extended version of this pun: 1,965,000,000, with 9-6-5 being read as Cu-Ro-Co.
  • It was noted that if the World Government had known that Crocodile was the head of Baroque Works, his bounty would be at least doubled to 162,000,000.
  • A fan asked Oda why Crocodile was wearing his own clothes since he was still in his prisoner clothes after his release, and Oda answered that he went to Newkama Land and got his clothes from there. This is depicted in the anime.
  • Crocodile’s favorite foods are crocodile meat and tomatoes, and his least favorite food is ketchup.


  1. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 14 Chapter 126 (p. 19) and Episode 76, Crocodile introduces himself by his alias to Sanji.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 105 Chapter 1056 (p. 14-15) and Episode 1083, The Cross Guild is first revealed.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 13 Chapter 113 (p. 9) and Episode 67, Crocodile is mentioned as a Warlord.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 23 Chapter 211 (p. 13) and Episode 127, Tashigi apprehends Crocodile and strips him of his title of Warlord.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 13 Chapter 111 (p. 15) and Episode 66, Igaram mentions Crocodile both by his alias and as their organization’s boss.
  6. 6.0 6.1 Vivre Card – One Piece Visual Dictionary (Card #0174), Information about Crocodile is revealed.
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 17 Chapter 155 (p. 6) and Episode 92, Crocodile is finally seen out of the shadows.
  8. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 17 Chapter 155 (p. 4-5) and Episode 92, Citizens calling Crocodile as the king.
  9. 9.0 9.1 SBS One Piece Manga — Vol. 58 (p. 100), Crocodile’s age and height are revealed.
  10. 10.0 10.1 One Piece Blue Deep: Characters World (p. 55), Crocodile’s profile after timeskip is revealed.
  11. 11.0 11.1 SBS One Piece Manga — Vol. 59 (p. 130), Crocodile’s birthday is revealed.
  12. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 105 Chapter 1058 (p. 13-14) and Episode 1086, The bounties of the Cross Guild members are revealed.
  13. One Piece Green: Secret Pieces (p. 339), Crocodile’s name is romanized.
  14. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 13 Chapter 111 (p. 14-15) and Episode 66, Igaram explains Baroque Works’ organization to Nami.
  15. 15.0 15.1 15.2 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 54 Chapter 526 (p. 5) and Episode 422, Domino reveals the location of Ace, Jinbe and Crocodile, the new prisoners.
  16. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 56 Chapter 546 (p. 10) and Episode 449, Crocodile escapes from Impel Down with Daz Bonez, Buggy and Jinbe.
  17. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 57 Chapter 556 (p. 17) and Episode 465, Crocodile arrives at Marineford alongside fellow Impel Down prisoners.
  18. 18.0 18.1 18.2 18.3 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 60 Chapter 593 (p. 17) and Episode 512.
  19. 19.0 19.1 19.2 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 105 Chapter 1058 (p. 6-15) and Episode 1086, Cross Guild’s formation revealed.
  20. One Piece Manga — Vol. 107 Chapter 1086 (p. 10).
  21. 21.0 21.1 21.2 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 17 Chapter 154 (p. 19) and Episode 91, Crocodile tells Robin he’ll go take care of the pirates invading the Arabasta Kingdom as a Warlord.
  22. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 15 Chapter 127 (p. 17-18) and Episode 77, Crocodile talks to Sanji on the Den Den Mushi.
  23. 23.0 23.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 54 Chapter 529 (p. 6) and Episode 430, Crocodile is seen in Impel Down.
  24. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 55 Chapter 541 (p. 7) and Episode 443, Crocodile is dressed otherwise.
  25. SBS One Piece Manga — Vol. 63 (p. 80), Crocodile drawn as a child.
  26. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 19 Chapter 172 (p. 16) and Episode 107, Zoro states Crocodile gives scoundrels a bad name.
  27. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 19 Chapter 174 (p. 2) and Episode 108, Crocodile reiterates Sanji’s “shitty restaurant.”
  28. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 20 Chapter 177 (p. 9-10) and Episode 110, Crocodile is insulted by Luffy calling him stupid.
  29. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 57 Chapter 561 and Episode 470, Crocodile admits to Doflamingo he sometimes acts on a whim.
  30. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 17 Chapter 155 (p. 8) and Episode 92, Crocodile tells Puppu that they’re not in the same league of pirates after defeating his crew.
  31. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 20 Chapter 178 (p. 3) and Episode 110, Crocodile tells Luffy that they’re not in the same league of pirates in the middle of their 1st fight.
  32. 32.0 32.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 57 Chapter 561 (p. 8) and Episode 470, Crocodile refuses Doflamingo’s offer to join forces.
  33. 33.0 33.1 33.2 33.3 33.4 33.5 33.6 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 58 Chapter 570 (p. 9-10) and Episode 479, Crocodile clashes with Mihawk
  34. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 57 Chapter 560 (p. 13) and Episode 469, Crocodile faces Whitebeard.
  35. 35.0 35.1 35.2 35.3 35.4 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 59 Chapter 578 (p. 12-13) and Episode 487, Crocodile saves Jinbe and Luffy from Akainu.
  36. 36.0 36.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 20 Chapter 179 (p. 6-9) and Episode 111, Luffy survives being impaled by Crocodile’s hook.
  37. 37.0 37.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 22 Chapter 202 (p. 2-4) and Episode 123, Crocodile throws Luffy’s defeated body.
  38. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 22 Chapter 204 (p. 6) and Episode 124, Crocodile asks Luffy why he returns everytime he nearly defeats him.
  39. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 19 Chapter 176 (p. 3) and Episode 109, Mr. 3 emerges alive from being eaten by a Bananawani through the use of the Doru Doru Ball.
  40. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 23 Chapters 207–208 and Episodes 125–126, Crocodile derides amateur pirates for their dreams as well as Luffy’s.
  41. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 20 Chapter 177 (p. 8-9) and Episode 110, Crocodile disregards and belittles pirates’ lifestyle and derides Vivi for attempting to stop the rebellion in Alubarna.
  42. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 22 Chapter 196 and Episode 120, Crocodile refuses to fight some of the royal guards of Arabasta who drank Hero Water which granted them strength at the cost of their lives. Thus Crocodile denies them a chance to die honorably for their country in battle.
  43. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 19 Chapter 172 (p. 15-19) and Episodes 107–108, Crocodile explains his evil plan and gives Vivi a choice.
  44. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 22 Chapter 204 (p. 16) and Episode 124, Crocodile removes the gold cover of his hook.
  45. 45.0 45.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 58 Chapter 563 (p. 10-11) and Episode 472, Crocodile shouts at Whitebeard for having become weaker since they fought in the past.
  46. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 22 Chapter 201 (p. 12) and Episode 122, Tashigi concludes the Time Bomb will kill everyone in Alubarna.
  47. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 22 Chapter 200 (p. 2) and Episode 122, Nami deduces Crocodile is the type of person intending to kill his own comrades.
  48. 48.0 48.1 48.2 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 18 Chapter 166 (p. 10) and Episode 104, Crocodile throws Mr. 3 down to his Bananawani.
  49. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 20 Chapter 177 (p. 10) and Episode 110, Crocodile threatens to kill Miss All-Sunday.
  50. 50.0 50.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 55 Chapter 541 (p. 16) and Episode 442, Crocodile offers Daz to get out of his prison cell in Impel Down.
  51. 51.0 51.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 55 Chapter 540 (p. 15) and Episode 442, Crocodile is introduced in his prison cell in Impel Down.
  52. One Piece Manga — Vol. 42 Chapter 403, cover story: Miss Goldenweek’s “Operation: Meet Baroque Works” Vol. 34, Crocodile is seen smiling and smoking a cigar after most of the other former agents escaped.
  53. 53.0 53.1 53.2 53.3 53.4 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 58 Chapter 566 (p. 5-7) and Episode 475, Crocodile rescue Ace from execution.
  54. 54.0 54.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 13 Chapter 114 (p. 9) and Episode 67, Only Ms. All Sunday knows Crocodile’s identity.
  55. 55.0 55.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 18 Chapter 166 (p. 12) and Episode 104, Robin has been the only one who knew Crocodile’s real name while the others did not.
  56. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 56 Chapter 545 (p. 15) and Episode 448, Galdino reaction to his encounter with Crocodile is shown.
  57. 57.0 57.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 22 Chapter 203 (p. 7-11) and Episode 123, Crocodile could not care less to attack even Robin, his previous partner.
  58. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 18 Chapter 166 (p. 7) and Episode 104.
  59. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 90 Chapter 903 (p. 7) and Episode 878.
  60. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 54 Chapter 529 (p. 6-7) and Episode 430, Jinbe doesn’t get along with Crocodile.
  61. 61.0 61.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 55 Chapter 540 (p. 14-19) and Episode 443, Crocodile and Jinbe join the Prison Escape Team.
  62. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 22 Chapter 196 (p. 19) and Episode 120, Chaka is defeated by Crocodile.
  63. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 19 Chapter 173 and Episode 108, Crocodile reveals his role in Yuba’s collapse.
  64. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 20 Chapter 180 (p. 9-10) and Episode 111.
  65. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 54 Chapter 529 (p. 5-7) and Episode 430, Crocodile comments to Ace and to Jinbe about the incoming war between Whitebeard and the World Government.
  66. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 22 Chapter 202 (p. 14) and Episode 123, Crocodile’s contempt to the Marines
  67. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 23 Chapter 213 (p. 22) and Episode 128.
  68. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 23 Chapter 212 (p. 18-19) and Episode 127.
  69. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 19 Chapter 169 (p. 7, 12) and Episode 106, Crocodile talks about eliminating Smoker alongside the Straw Hats.
  70. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 19 Chapter 168 (p. 6-7) and Episode 105, Smoker and Tashigi discuss about Crocodile at Rainbase.
  71. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 57 Chapter 557 (p. 11) and Episode 466, Smoker notices the alliance between Luffy and Crocodile.
  72. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 22 Chapter 202 (p. 14) and Episode 123, Crocodile insults Smoker and Tashigi.
  73. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 23 Chapter 212 (p. 15-17) and Episode 127, Tashigi admits that she could not face Crocodile by herself.
  74. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 57 Chapter 560 (p. 16) and Episode 469, Doflamingo offers Crocodile to team up with him.
  75. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 23 Chapter 206 (p. 9) and Episode 125, Crocodile reveals Luffy’s endurance by surviving their previous two fights and taking his poison hook.
  76. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 59 Chapter 578 (p. 12-13) and Episode 487, Crocodile stop Akainu and rescue Luffy and Jinbe.
  77. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 17 Chapter 155 and Episode 92, Crocodile protects a port city in Arabasta from being plundered by a pirate crew.
  78. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 56 Chapter 544 (p. 11) and Episode 447, Crocodile explains that the Jailer Beasts of Impel Down are “awakened” Zoans.
  79. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 57 Chapter 560 (p. 11-16) and Episode 469, Jozu fight Crocodile.
  80. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 17 Chapter 155 (p. 9) and Episode 92, Crocodile carries the bodies of Puppu and his crew away in a sack.
  81. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 58 Chapter 566 (p. 7) and Episode 475, Doflamingo beheads Crocodile.
  82. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 55 Chapter 541 (p. 8) and Episode 443, Recap of the Suna Suna no Mi’s abilities
  83. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 20 Chapter 177 (p. 13) and Episode 110, Crocodile uses his hook against Luffy for the first time at the start of their 1st fight.
  84. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 23 Chapter 209 (p. 12) and Episode 126, Crocodile uses Sables: Pesado against Luffy in addition to his hook.
  85. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 22 Chapter 205 (p. 10-11) and Episode 124, Crocodile attacks Luffy with his poisonous hook.
  86. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 23 Chapter 209 (p. 10) and Episode 126, Crocodile draws a knife in place of the hook.
  87. One Piece Anime — Episode 126, Crocodile slams Luffy with his hook.
  88. One Piece Manga — Vol. 42 Chapter 400, cover story: Miss Goldenweek’s “Operation: Meet Baroque Works” Vol. 32, Crocodile’s hook is seen intact in a regular prison.
  89. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 21 Chapter 193 (p. 12) and Episode 118, Crocodile talks about the bomb.
  90. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 23 Chapter 207 (p. 18) and Episode 125, Crocodile talks about the timer.
  91. One Piece Green: Secret Pieces (p. 350), Early concept of Crocodile is revealed.
  92. One Piece Manga — Vol. 41 Chapter 398, cover story: Miss Goldenweek’s “Operation: Meet Baroque Works” Vol. 30, Crocodile is shown with both hands in the serialized release of the chapter, but not the tankōbon release.
  93. One Piece Anime — Episode 117, Crocodile is erroneously seen lighting his cigar with both hands.
  94. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 17 Chapter 155 (p. 6) and Episode 92, Crocodile’s real bounty is seen corrected in his infobox.
  95. One Piece Manga — Vol. 42 Chapter 408, cover story: Miss Goldenweek’s “Operation: Meet Baroque Works” Vol. 38, Crocodile realizes his dream.
  96. SBS One Piece Manga — Vol. 36 (p. 126), Oda explained what Crocodile’s bounty would be if the World Government known he was in charge of the Baroque Works.
  97. SBS One Piece Manga — Vol. 56 (p. 124), Oda explained why Crocodile was wearing his own clothes since he was still in prisoner clothes after he’s released.
  98. One Piece Anime — Episode 433, The anime partially shows Crocodile changing his outfit in Level 5.5.
  99. SBS One Piece Manga — Vol. 89 (p. 46), Crocodile’s favorite and least favorite foods are revealed.

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