The Pacifista are human weapons (人間兵器, ningen-heiki?) developed by Marine head scientist, Dr. Vegapunk. The originals are clones of the former Warlord Bartholomew Kuma, who were cybernetically enhanced into cyborgs Kuma himself was the cyborg prototype for the project. As stated by Sentomaru, the funds required for the construction of just one Pacifista are roughly equal to that of a Marine-issued battleship.

Sentomaru noted that after the timeskip, the current Pacifista models were prototypes (試作品プロトタイプ, purototaipu?) from two years ago, meaning that the Pacifista project has been updated and modified. The new models are dubbed “Mark III (マークスリー, Māku Surī?, VIZ.: Mk. III) and stationed on the island of Egghead. Furthermore, a small group of elite Pacifista, dubbed Seraphim, eventually reached completion and were used in the hunt for the Seven Warlords of the Sea after the group’s abolishment.


All the original Pacifista replicas seen were made identical in appearance to Bartholomew Kuma due to their clone statuses, even in his uncommon body proportion. The only distinguishing features between them and the genuine article are the lack of a Bible and Kuma’s Nikyu Nikyu no Mi palm pads, though the latter is not initially apparent as they all wear similar gloves. Each Pacifista is considered to be a copy of Kuma, except for the original one who was gradually converted into a Pacifista. The Pacifista have the voice of Kuma, furthering their genuine replication to him. They are also under complete control of the World Government.

Their appearances are so convincing that pirates unfamiliar with the genuine article believe they are the real Kuma. The Straw Hat Pirates, having previously fought Kuma, were able to tell the difference eventually. Likewise, X Drake, a former rear admiral familiar with the project, was aware of its nature. Some New World pirates were aware of Vegapunk’s experiments, and that he sent several prototypes to handle incidents in the past, but were surprised that they were all modeled after Kuma.

All Pacifista are labeled by the letters “PX”, then a hyphen and a number, presumably indicating the order in which they were constructed. This label is printed on the right side of their necks. There appears to be around twenty of them in service as of the Summit War of Marineford, though it is unknown how many have been destroyed and built since then.

On Egghead, there is at least one Pacifista unit that wears police uniform and tactical armor instead of Kuma’s outfit. Due to the sleeves being disconnected, parts of the cybernetics around the shoulder areas are exposed. This unit also wears sunglasses.

The upgraded Pacifista Mark III, which appear on Egghead under Sentomaru’s command, is morphologically identical to a standard Pacifista modeled after Bartholomew Kuma, but wears differing clothes. This model is outfitted with a double-breasted jumpsuit bearing each individual’s serial number on the chest, a hard combat helmet, aviator sunglasses, a reinforced metal collar, and gloves with palm-holes to dispense resin.

Pacifista Units

See also the associated category: Pacifista.


PX-0ActiveFought in the Summit War of Marineford. After the war, he protected the Thousand Sunny on Sabaody Archipelago for two years and departed after Franky had shown up. Served as a slave to the World Nobles at the Levely until being rescued by the Revolutionary Army.
PX-1MissingAppeared at Sabaody. Sent to an unknown location by Bartholomew Kuma.
PX-4DisabledAppeared at Sabaody. It was rendered inoperable by the Straw Hat Pirates.
PX-5DestroyedFirst seen appearing behind Sentomaru at the new G1 base after the timeskip. It was destroyed by Luffy at Sabaody.
PX-7DestroyedFirst seen appearing behind Sentomaru at the new G1 base after the timeskip. It was destroyed by Zoro and Sanji at Sabaody.
?UnknownAppeared in Sabaody. Fought the Kid and Heart Pirates, and the resulting battle has yet to be shown although both crews survived.
?ActiveAppeared in Sabaody. Alongside Kizaru, fought Urouge, X Drake, Basil Hawkins, and Scratchmen Apoo, which the two defeated and left for dead, although all the pirates survived.
?DependentTwenty unidentified units at Marine Headquarters, excluding Kuma. Several destroyed collectively by the Whitebeard Pirates, their New World allies, and Boa Hancock. Later several units attacked Gecko Moria.
?ActiveAppeared on Egghead, as a police guard. Wears armor that resembles a police uniform.
S-SnakeActiveAppeared on Amazon Lily. Has the appearance of a young Boa Hancock with lunarian features and possesses an artificial Devil Fruit based on the Mero Mero no Mi.
S-HawkActiveAppeared on Amazon Lily. Has the appearance of a young Dracule Mihawk with lunarian features and possesses an artificial Devil Fruit based on the Supa Supa no Mi.
S-BearActiveAppeared with CP0 en route to Egghead. Has the appearance of a young Kuma with lunarian features and possesses an artificial Devil Fruit based on the Nikyu Nikyu no Mi.
S-SharkActiveAppeared on Egghead. Has the appearance of a young Jinbe with lunarian features and possesses an artificial Devil Fruit based on the Sui Sui no Mi.
?ActiveHas the appearance of a young Donquixote Doflamingo with lunarian features.
?ActiveHas the appearance of a young Gecko Moria with lunarian features.
?ActiveHas the appearance of a young Crocodile with lunarian features.
Mark III
PX-III 033ActiveAppeared on Egghead. It took orders from Sentomaru to help the Straw Hats take Vegapunk away from Egghead.
PX-III 041ActiveAppeared on Egghead. It fought against the Cipher Pol agents.
PX-III 046ActiveAppeared on Egghead. It was ridden and controlled by Bluegrass despite Atlas’ order to attack the Marines.
PX-III 001-032
PX-III 034-040
PX-III 042-045
PX-III 047-050
ActiveAppeared on Egghead. Were deployed to help the Straw Hats take Vegapunk away from Egghead and possesses an almost indestructible bubble shield. They were later ordered by Kizaru to attack the Sea Beast Weapons, before going back to attacking the Marines per Atlas’ order.
PX-ZDestroyedA different model of Pacifista that serves as the battle unit of the Neo Marines. All destroyed by Franky. Appears in One Piece Film: Z.
Chico ChipActiveA unique type Pacifista with a normal humanoid appearance not modeled after Kuma. Enlisted as a Marine officer who serves under Koby and Helmeppo. Appears in One Piece Pirate Sweeping Operation.
Super White BearDestroyedA special model of PX-Z that is used by Ain as an “ultimate weapon.” In reality, it is a suit that nine other PX-Z units operate. Appears in One Piece Party.


Pacifista are straightforward and robotic in the execution of their duties. They can identify pirates with active bounties and will immediately attack. Pacifista will normally avoid attacking allies, such as a Warlord, though this directive can be ignored if they are ordered to attack. If they are not ordered to, they will not even strike when they are attacked themselves, as seen when Hancock (a Warlord) destroyed several Pacifista in a row.

Pacifista follow a strict authority hierarchy, and are programmed to follow the commands of a select few inviduals directly. Others must be in possession of an authority chip (威権チップ, iken chippu?) in order to command the Pacifista. The commands of a lower-ranked authority can be overruled by a higher-ranked one, although the individual must be there in person to do so, as commands given through Den Den Mushi do not work. If two people in the hierarchy have the same authority level, the original order cannot be overridden by the other person. The authority hierarchy for Pacifista is the following:

  1. Five Elders
  2. Vegapunk (Stella + Satellites)
  3. Sentomaru
  4. Authority chip owners (Kaku, Rob Lucci, Stussy, Kizaru)

Pacifista have the ability to speak, but rarely do so. Usually, they will speak to announce the presence of a pirate with an active bounty (Trafalgar Law, Scratchmen Apoo, and Monkey D. Luffy have all been referred to this way). During the Marineford War, one relayed orders to stand down when Boa Hancock moved into its path of fire. It then ordered her to step aside. Sentomaru was also able to order one to speak, having it identify a pirate to an assembled crowd. While they mostly mimic Kuma’s stoic personality, some have been shown to exhibit slight emotion via facial expression, usually surprise or pain.

While Bartholomew Kuma was loyal to the World Government, he still had the free will to choose whether or not to obey orders. After the modifications were completed, he became practically as emotionless as any Pacifista. However, as his last act as a free man, Kuma had a special mission programmed into him by Vegapunk, instructing him to protect the Thousand Sunny until it was reclaimed by the Straw Hats. Following this, he presumably behaves as the others do. Despite losing his free will, this did not erase Kuma’s instinct to protect his daughter, Jewelry Bonney.

While they ordinarily attack with precision, a damaged Pacifista can potentially go berserk and fire wildly in every direction. As seen in the fight between PX-4 and the Straw Hats, a Pacifista can panic if they suffer enough damage and will attack randomly, without aiming, to defeat the threat. This may be a malfunction or an emergency setting.

Overall Strength

As the manufactured clones of Bartholomew Kuma, the Pacifista have not only inherited Kuma’s appearance, but possess his great physical strength as well, which could be attributed to both his heritage as a member of the near extinct Buccaneers race and their overall modifications as cyborgs. The Pacifista are cyborgs, similar to Franky of the Straw Hat Pirates. They are composed of a metal even stronger than steel, as demonstrated when Zoro’s attempt to attack the partially-converted Kuma only resulted in a slight gash in the metal, whereas ordinary steel would have been cleaved in two. Metal weapons used by weaker opponents either shatter into pieces or fail to penetrate their hard outer shell. After striking PX-0 once, Sanji (using Diable Jambe) was forced to note that if the kick had been any harder he would have broken his leg in two (this technique easily broke through Jabra’s Tekkai). However, as Franky pointed out, despite all their strengths, they are still human beneath and are capable of bleeding. Due to their height and build, the Pacifista have incredible physical strength and can lift up fully grown human beings with a single hand.

Pacifista can identify wanted pirates on sight using an electronic scope, thus the red glow in the pupils of the eye lenses, which works at a significant distance. It not only lets them know the name of the person in front of them but also their bounty. Their recognition ability is also extremely good, as one was able to identify Luffy while obscured by smoke, in addition to seeing through his heavy clothing and joke mustache disguise; it also distinguished the impostor Luffy’s true identity. The real Kuma was also able to identify Franky after the two-year timeskip despite the extensive modifications that the fellow cyborg underwent. However, if the targets go through a sufficient change in age, it will be unable to recognize them.

The Pacifista’s main mode of combat is firing laser beams from their mouth and hands (with exception of the real Kuma, whose paws cover the palms of his hands and limit his laser to his mouth) which are based on Kizaru’s light-based Devil Fruit. These beams possess tremendous piercing power, allowing them to penetrate the tough hide of a transformed Ancient Zoan user, and can also cause massive explosions, inflicting severe to fatalistic damage to targets and the environment. The Pacifista can also run slightly faster than most people and jump quite high, despite their size, although they are still slower than Kuma himself (this being ironic as Kuma himself never runs).

As cyborgs, the Pacifista are capable of taking staggering amounts of damage without being disabled. For example, despite being set on fire by Sanji, PX-1 continued operating. PX-4 also continued operating despite direct damage to its internal systems. The laser beams from their mouth can cause a severe backlash if the mouth is forced shut before firing, which causes the photon energy to explode inside the cyborg’s body, damaging the constitutional framework although even this would not be enough to force a shutdown. Only significant and irreversible trauma seems capable of stopping them, such as breaking their necks or cleaving them in two. They may explode if sufficiently damaged. They are composed of a nonmagnetic metal, as they were not affected by the power of the Jiki Jiki no Mi.

As pointed out by the Straw Hats, the lack of the Devil Fruit ability does not make their defenses or built-in weaponry any weaker than those of the original. In fact, it took the entire pre-timeskip Straw Hat Crew just to bring down one of the replicas—an effort which left them winded and exhausted (though Zoro had previously been wounded from the fight on Thriller Bark). However, Kuma’s Devil Fruit still separates him from the other Pacifista in terms of overall capabilities; Kuma himself easily dealt with PX-1 by “teleporting” him away.

According to Sentomaru, the versions used against the Straw Hats were the prototypes, so they are inferior to the newer models, the Seraphim.

After the timeskip, the Pacifista appear to be considerably less formidable due to the newfound strength of the Straw Hats, as Luffy, Zoro and Sanji have become powerful enough to take down the cyborgs by themselves with a single punch, slash, and kick, respectively. However, they were still capable of defeating the likes of Lip Doughty, a pirate captain with a bounty of 88,000,000, with relative ease.

Mark III

The Mark III model displays the ability to weaponize what appears to be Yarukiman-type resin in battle, which it dispenses from a hole in its palm and is referred to as a Bubble Shield (バブルシールド, Baburu Shīrudo?). While the resin applied to ships at the Sabaody Archipelago is already extremely durable, used to protect against the crushing ambient pressure of the deep sea, the kind employed by the Mark III is resilient to more focused force as well, as it deflected a bazooka shot. How this resin maintains its constitution outside of Sabaody’s unique atmosphere – whether it be as a function of Egghead’s artificially curated climate or by some other means – is unknown.

These Pacifista answer verbally to Sentomaru and appear to sleep in pods in the Fabriophase when not in use.



While Dr. Vegapunk had the idea for a cloned-cyborg army for a while, it was only approximately five years before the current time that the project truly started, when he met the former revolutionary and then pirate, Bartholomew Kuma. Kuma, who at the time was desperately looking for someone to cure his adoptive daughter, Jewelry Bonney’s seemingly incurable Sapphire Scales disease, was finally led to Vegapunk. After learning that Kuma was the last of the Buccaneer race, their initial deal was for Kuma to hand over some blood samples so that Vegapunk could clone him for his cyborg army project, dubbed “Pacifista” due to a comment from Kuma saying he’s a pacifist. However, one of the Five Elders, Jaygarcia Saturn, having wiretapped this conversation, came up with his own conditions, those being that firstly, Kuma would join the Seven Warlords of the Sea; secondly, that Kuma himself would also become a cyborg; and finally, Kuma would abandon his mind and free will to become a biological robot. Originally, Vegapunk vehemently opposed this last condition due to how inhumane it was, but Kuma himself agreed, seeing this as the only way to save Bonney. Bonney herself was unknowingly made a hostage, being under constant supervision and surveillance from the Marines and Cipher Pol, both at the lab and at her home in Sorbet Kingdom.

Over time, the project began converting Kuma part by part, starting with his hands, then legs, though he retained his free will so long as his brain remained unmodified. Vegapunk also created many Pacifista units, all of whom had the same appearance as the real Kuma and sent these prototypes to deal with incidents around the world. Few people outside the Marines actually knew about these prototypes, thinking they were the real Kuma, but several people did hear rumors about them, mostly pirates in the New World.

Thriller Bark Saga

Thriller Bark Arc

After Kuma witnessed Gecko Moria get beaten by Monkey D. Luffy, Kuma then reported this to the World Government. Fearful that the rumors of Moria’s defeat would cause another global uproar like with Crocodile, they ordered Kuma to kill all witnesses on Thriller Bark including the Straw Hat Pirates. Accepting the order, he launched an attack on some of the members of the Thriller Bark Victim’s Association before shifting his attention to Roronoa Zoro. Kuma weakened Zoro and used his Devil Fruit ability to take down Franky while Sanji nearly crippled himself striking the Warlord. He gave them an ultimatum: Let him kill Luffy, and he would let them all live. When they refused him, Kuma calmly decimated the entire island.

Though this did not succeed in killing the Straw Hats, it rendered all of them incapacitated. Just when he was about to finish off an unconscious Luffy, Zoro, in a desperate move, struck him with One Sword Style Iai: Shishi Sonson in an effort to kill him by cutting him in two but was only able to slightly damage Kuma’s left shoulder. The wound on Kuma’s shoulder revealed that he was a cyborg. He then revealed that he was different from Cyborg Franky. Kuma was an incomplete human weapon created by the World Government and Dr. Vegapunk, known as a Pacifista. Zoro offered to trade his life for Luffy’s, seeing no other way. Kuma agreed and at that moment, Sanji decided to trade his life for Zoro’s instead. Zoro promptly knocked him out, feeling necessary to sacrifice his own life rather than Sanji’s. Kuma stated that he would not harm Luffy, as his “honor would be at stake”, in exchange for Zoro experiencing the pain Luffy endured throughout his fight against Moria. Kuma proceeded to literally extract Luffy’s pain, and directed it to Zoro, which almost killed him. Kuma then teleported to the entrance to the ship, where he mused about Monkey D. Dragon having a good son with a loyal crew.

Summit War Saga

Sabaody Archipelago Arc

Soon after, many other Pacifista units made their way to the Sabaody Archipelago, where one of them was able to track down and find the escaping Kid Pirates, who were running from other Marine chaos due to the actions partially caused by captain Eustass Kid. The Heart Pirates soon joined in the battle to escape the island.

Also, another Pacifista appeared in front of Urouge and a third in front of the Straw Hats. During the recent battle, they demonstrated none of the Devil Fruit abilities the original Bartholomew Kuma had previously, firing lasers from his hands instead of using his Devil Fruit, and failing to counter Franky’s Coup de Vent, despite his previous fighting style being heavily focused on reflecting air. It was X Drake who revealed that these many Kumas are in fact Pacifistas, into which Vegapunk has copied Kuma’s appearance and Admiral Kizaru’s Pika Pika no Mi powers.

Kuma himself arrived and, using his repelling ability, separated the entire Straw Hat crew, sending them and PX-1 to different locations all over the world.

Marineford Arc

During the Summit War of Marineford between the Whitebeard Pirates and the World Government, at Kuma’s battle with Emporio Ivankov, Donquixote Doflamingo revealed that Kuma had been fully converted into a Pacifista, PX-0, losing his free will in the process. Later, near the final stretches of the war, where Portgas D. Ace’s execution would occur earlier than planned, Sentomaru appeared from the bay of Marineford, backed up with an army of at least twenty Pacifistas.

Following Sengoku’s plan, Sentomaru ordered the Pacifista to surround the New World pirates in a circular formation, and eliminate them while they were trapped, all the while killing anyone who tried to leave the circle. The pirates were outmatched by the Pacifista’s superior firepower and armor, and Whitebeard noted that they were not above sacrificing allies to achieve results. However, Sengoku ordered them to avoid attacking the pirates of Whitebeard, as a way to create doubt and manipulate Whitebeard’s allies to attack Whitebeard on the belief he was sacrificing them to save Ace.

During the battle at the plaza, they destroyed many pirate and marine ships alike to ensure the fatalities of the enemy. The desperate New World Pirates attempted to damage some with rocket launchers and maces, but they proved ineffective against their strong bodies. Eventually some of the New World pirates managed to take down a Pacifista by puncturing its neck with a lance and a combination of firepower to its body.

Later, when some Pacifista tried to attack Monkey D. Luffy, Boa Hancock interrupted them and then crushed and petrified several of them until she was confronted by Sentomaru. When he confronted her, demanding to know why she was attacking the Pacifista, she simply replied that love was like a hurricane.

The following events are Non-Canon and therefore not considered part of the Canon story.

The Pacifista crushed the New World Pirates while Hancock continued to stall their efforts to target Luffy by jumping in their way. She destroyed more Pacifistas under the excuse they may have hit Sengoku by accident. When the war reached its peak, they stood back, along with the Seven Warlords of the Sea, witnessing the death of Whitebeard.

Concludes non-canon section.

Upon the Blackbeard Pirates declaring war on Marineford, they moved forward attacking the Whitebeard Pirates attempting to escape moving past the fissure gaps towards the ships. When Sengoku called off the war, they stood down, allowing the remaining Whitebeard Pirates to escape.

Post-War Arc

Shortly after the end of the war, innumerable Pacifista units, accompanied by Donquixote Doflamingo, quickly surrounded Gecko Moria behind the street corner of Marineford and began firing off their lasers at him. Under an order higher than Sengoku’s, it was deemed that Moria was too weak to continue as a Warlord and that it would be better off if he was eliminated and made it look like he died in the war instead. However, before they could deal a death blow to Moria, he disappeared with what Doflamingo speculated to be his Kage Kage no Mi powers. Regardless, the wounds that the Pacifista inflicted was deep, and Doflamingo said that Moria was doomed to die no matter what—a claim that was later disproven, as Moria was rumored to be seen in the New World.

Fish-Man Island Saga

Return to Sabaody Arc

When news arrives that the Straw Hat Pirates, who are actually impostors, had reappeared on the Sabaody Archipelago, Sentomaru left with PX-5 and PX-7 to capture them, believing that the Straw Hats would be too strong to warrant any less. Because of their public debut during the war, more people were aware of the Pacifistas’ existences.

This proved to be a wise precaution as the real Luffy was present on the island. Upon PX-5 identifying the fake Luffy’s identity and then the real Luffy, it proceeded to fire a laser beam at Luffy’s head, which was easily dodged and prompting Luffy to claim it was too slow. It was then defeated with a Gomu Gomu no Jet Pistol that was enhanced with Busoshoku Haki, and due to extreme damage, it exploded. PX-7 was soon destroyed by Zoro and Sanji upon their reunion, which also exploded from extreme damage. Sentomaru later commented that they were the same prototypes that attacked the Super Rookies two years ago.

Wano Country Saga

The following events are Non-Canon and therefore not considered part of the Canon story.

One Piece: Stampede

During the events of the Pirates Festival, the Marines were informed of the secret event taking place and an army of Pacifistas was sent to ambush the pirates at the port to destroy their ships. Franky piloted his General Franky armor and clashed with one of them on equal footing. When Douglas Bullet used his devil fruit ability to wall off the island, the Pacifistas were helpless against his overwhelming power. After Luffy defeated Bullet, they were spared the fate of the impending Buster Call and returned to their ships, taking minimal damage from the event.

Concludes non-canon section.

Final Saga

Egghead Arc

When Luffy, Tony Tony Chopper, Jinbe and Jewelry Bonney took food and clothing from the various machines in Egghead without paying, a Pacifista in a police uniform came to attack them for their crimes. Luffy tried to defend himself by attacking the unit, but Bonney stopped him, as Kuma is her father, to which she could not bear seeing him being hurt, even if the Pacifista unit is not the original Kuma. When Bonney changed the group’s ages, the Pacifista was unable to recognize them and ceased its pursuit.

Later on, during Cipher Pol’s incursion onto Egghead, Sentomaru deployed 50 Mark III units, and ordered them to ensure that Dr. Vegapunk made it safely off the island with the Straw Hat Pirates at any cost. One of these units was seen fighting some Cipher Pol agents, repelling bazooka fire with a bubble shield before taking the agents into custody. The same Pacifista-units were later stationed by Sentomaru alongside the coast to fend off the invading Marines, receiving their direct order shortly after Sentomaru engaged Kizaru in a battle, fighting and engaging several Vice Admirals in the ongoing battle before they received a new order by Kizaru who defeated Sentomaru and instead were ordered to support the Marines and attack the Sea Beast Weapons off the coast of Egghead, being successful in doing so. Their order was later overwritten once more by Atlas, who descended towards the Fabriophase alongside Vegapunk, now ordering them to attack the invading Marines on Egghead.

Major Battles

Note: Kuma is not counted among these.
  • PX-4 vs. Straw Hat Pirates
  • An unknown Pacifista vs. Heart Pirates and Kid Pirates
  • An unknown Pacifista and Kizaru vs. X Drake, Urouge, Scratchmen Apoo and Basil Hawkins
  • PX-1, Sentomaru and Kizaru vs. Straw Hat Pirates and Silvers Rayleigh
  • Pacifista army and Marines vs. Whitebeard Pirates’ allies
  • Pacifista army vs. Boa Hancock
  • Pacifista army and Marines vs. Whitebeard Pirates and allies
  • Pacifista group and Donquixote Doflamingo vs. Gecko Moria
  • PX-5 and PX-7 vs. Fake Straw Hat Crew recruits
  • PX-5 vs. Monkey D. Luffy
  • PX-7 vs. Roronoa Zoro and Sanji
  • Mark III vs. World Government Agents

Translation and Dub Issues

“Pacifista” is the Portuguese, Italian, Spanish, Czech, Catalan, and Galician word for “Pacifist”. In this case, the name is ironic since the Pacifista are weapons used for war.

In the European version of “One Piece Unlimited Cruise 2”, they are referred to as “Combat Weapon” in the Treasure Map menu, but have been referenced as “PX-1” by the Straw Hat crew.


Video Games

Playable Appearances

  • One Piece: Unlimited Cruise
  • One Py Berry Match

Enemy Appearances

  • One Piece: Pirate Warriors
  • One Piece: Unlimited World Red
  • One Piece: Burning Blood
  • One Piece: World Seeker
  • One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4

Support Appearances

  • One Piece: Pirate Warriors 2
  • One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3
  • One Piece: Super Grand Battle! X


  • In the Sabaody Archipelago Arc, a Pacifista attacking Usopp had his bounty in its data banks. However, it attacked Usopp even though it had a picture of Sogeking on the poster.
  • In the anime, PX-1 failed to recognize Tony Tony Chopper in his Monster Point form.
  • Some New World pirates incorrectly believed that the Pacifista were constructed from human corpses, though they questioned why they were all molded into the appearance of Kuma.
  • PX-Z are the (anime-only) Pacifista that are not affiliated with the World Government.
  • All the Pacifista measured 689 cm.
  • Following PX-4’s defeat, Franky tried to rationalize its existence as Kuma’s twin brother or a coincidental lookalike of him, believing that “It’s not like they can create humans from scratch”. Cloning soldiers would later be introduced as a staple technology of Germa 66, with Vinsmoke Yonji boasting that human beings can be built. The Pacifista were finally confirmed to be clones of Kuma during the Egghead Arc.
  • In One Piece Pirate Sweeping Operation, a Marine officer named Chico Chip appears who is also a unique type Pacifista. Unlike most Pacifistas, he has a normal humanoid appearance not modeled after Kuma, and he maintains some of his own sentience, like a sense of humor.


  1. 1.0 1.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 52 Chapter 505 (p. 19) and Episode 399, A complete Pacifista discovers the Kid Pirates in retreat.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 One Piece Manga — Vol. 105 Chapter 1064 (p. 10-11), The Pacifista are confirmed to be clones.
  3. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 52 Chapter 511 (p. 6) and Episode 404, Sentomaru states that each Pacifista costs as much as building a battleship.
  4. 4.0 4.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 61 Chapter 603 (p. 4) and Episode 523, Sentomaru reveals that PX-5 and PX-7 were only prototypes.
  5. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 105 Chapter 1059 and Episode 1087, The new Pacifista models are revealed.
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 One Piece Manga — Vol. 106 Chapter 1074.
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 58 Chapter 569 (p. 4-5) and Episode 478.
  8. One Piece Manga — Vol. 106 Chapter 1073 (p. 5), Stussy explains the limitation of the Pacifista authority level.
  9. One Piece Manga — Vol. 106 Chapter 1069 (p. 15), The Pacifista authority hierarchy is revealed.
  10. One Piece Manga — Vol. 106 Chapter 1069 (p. 14), Kaku gives an order to S-Bear.
  11. One Piece Manga — Vol. 106 Chapter 1069 (p. 15), Lucci gives an order to the Seraphim.
  12. One Piece Manga — Vol. 106 Chapter 1073 (p. 5), Stussy states she has the same authority level over the Seraphim as Lucci does.
  13. One Piece Manga — Chapter 1091 (p. 12), Kizaru uses an authority chip on Egghead’s Mark III unit.
  14. 14.0 14.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 61 Chapter 601 (p. 10-11) and Episode 521.
  15. 15.0 15.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 61 Chapter 603 (p. 13-17) and Episode 523.
  16. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 52 Chapter 510 (p. 13-16) and Episode 403.
  17. 17.0 17.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 52 Chapter 510 (p. 14) and Episode 403.
  18. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 52 Chapter 510 (p. 12) and Episode 403.
  19. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 57 Chapter 562 (p. 4-5) and Episode 471.
  20. 20.0 20.1 20.2 20.3 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 61 Chapter 601 (p. 7-8) and Episode 521.
  21. 21.0 21.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 52 Chapter 512 (p. 12) and Episode 404, Sanji’s attack and the aftermath.
  22. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 52 Chapter 512 (p. 9) and Episode 404, PX-1 identifies Zoro and his bounty using a scope while they are some distance away.
  23. One Piece Manga — Vol. 105 Chapter 1064 (p. 10), The Pacifista Police loses track of its targets.
  24. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 52 Chapter 506 (p. 4) and Episode 399.
  25. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 52 Chapter 508 (p. 15-16) and Episode 401.
  26. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 52 Chapter 509 (p. 8) and Episode 402, Vegapunk verified as researching and adapting Borsalino’s laser.
  27. One Piece Manga — Chapter 1090, Sentomaru confirms Kizaru’s Devil Fruit powers were the basis for Vegapunk’s research on the Pacifista.
  28. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 52 Chapter 509 (p. 12) and Episode 402.
  29. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 52 Chapter 510 and Episode 403.
  30. 30.0 30.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 61 Chapter 601 (p. 14-17) and Episode 521.
  31. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 52 Chapter 506 (p. 3-5) and Episode 399.
  32. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 52 Chapter 509 and Episode 402, The Pacifista are noted to be on par with the original by the Straw Hats.
  33. 33.0 33.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 53 Chapter 513 and Episode 405, Kuma knocks away PX-1.
  34. One Piece Manga — Chapter 1099, Kuma meets Vegapunk.
  35. One Piece Manga and Anime — Chapter 1100 and Episode 399, Kuma’s condition for Bonneys cure.
  36. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 50 Chapter 485 and Episode 377, Kuma talks about the Pacifista program and Dr. Vegapunk’s involvement.
  37. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 57 Chapter 560 and Episode 469, Doflamingo unveils details of Kuma’s involvement with the Pacifista program to Emporio Ivankov.
  38. 38.0 38.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 57 Chapter 562 (p. 2) and Episode 571, Pirates from the New World mention hearing rumors about Vegapunk occasionally sending prototypes to deal with incidents.
  39. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 50 Chapter 483 and Episode 375, Kuma is ordered to kill everyone to prevent rumors of Gecko’s defeat on Thriller Bark from spreading.
  40. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 50 Chapter 484 and Episode 376, Kuma blows up Thriller Bark when the Straw Hats turn down his deal.
  41. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 50 Chapter 485 and Episode 377, Kuma leaves Thriller Bark.
  42. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 52 Chapter 509 and Episode 402, Drake notes some details on the Pacifista.
  43. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 57 Chapter 561 (p. 15-17) and Episode 470.
  44. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 57 Chapter 562 and Episode 471.
  45. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 58 Chapter 563 and Episode 472.
  46. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 58 Chapter 568 and Episode 477, A Pacifista is destroyed by several pirates of the New World.
  47. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 58 Chapter 570 and Episode 479, Sentomaru reveals that Hancock has destroyed several Pacifista.
  48. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 59 Chapter 579 and Episode 488, The Pacifista cross the fissures in the plaza to hunt down the Whitebeard Pirates.
  49. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 59 Chapter 580 and Episode 489, The Pacifista cease their attacks after Sengoku signaled the end of the Whitebeard War.
  50. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 59 Chapter 581 and Episode 490, The Pacifista followed by Doflamingo attack Moria.
  51. New World Times Witnesses claim to have seen Moria alive.
  52. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 61 Chapter 599 (p. 14-15) and Episode 519.
  53. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 61 Chapter 601 (p. 4-17) and Episode 521.
  54. One Piece Movie — One Piece: Stampede.
  55. One Piece Manga — Vol. 105 Chapter 1063 (p. 6-9), Bonney defends a Pacifista Police from Luffy.
  56. One Piece Manga — Chapter 1090.
  57. One Piece Manga — Chapter 1091.
  58. One Piece Manga — Chapter 1092, The Mark III. units effectively destroyed the Sea Beast Weapons.
  59. One Piece Manga — Chapter 1093.
  60. Vivre Card – One Piece Visual Dictionary (Card #0537), The Pacifista’s height are revealed.
  61. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 52 Chapter 511 (p. 4) and Episode 403.
  62. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 84 Chapter 840 (p. 3) and Episode 802.

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