"Knight of the Sea" Jinbe is the helmsman of the Straw Hat Pirates. He is the tenth member of the crew and the ninth to join, doing so during the Wano Country
The main story arc, called "Wano Country", adapts material from the rest of the 90th volume onwards. It deals with the alliance between the pirates, samurai, and minks to liberate Wano Country from the shogun, who has allied with the Beast Pirates led by Kaido.
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Throughout the series, Luffy gathers himself a diverse crew, named the Straw Hat Pirates, including: the three-sword-wielding combatant Roronoa Zoro (sometimes referred to as Rorona Zolo in the English manga); the thief and navigator Nami; the cowardly marksman and inventor Usopp; the cook and martial artist Sanji; the ...
His search for new crewmates certainly hasn't stopped, however, and two of the most popular characters to take the spot of the 11th Straw Hat pirate are Kaido's son, Yamato, and a rabbit Mink named Carrot, both of which have plenty of good reasons to join Luffy on his journey to the Final Island.
Jimbei, the most recent member, has been given the job of the helmsman, the person who steers the ship. With his knowledge of ocean tides as a Fishman and years of experience as a pirate, there's no job more fitting for The First Son of the Sea.
"God" Usopp is the sniper of the Straw Hat Pirates. He is the fourth member of the crew and the third to join, doing so at the end of the Syrup Village Arc. Although he left the crew during the Water 7 Arc, he rejoined at the end of the Post-Enies Lobby Arc.
Seventh member of the Straw Hats, Nico Robin is the archaeologist and historian of the group. The sole survivor of the island of Ohara, she is currently the only person capable of reading the poneglyphs, an act considered a risk to the world government.
Since Carrot has been with the Straw Hats on their adventures since the Whole Cake Island arc began, it's incredibly likely she will formally join them. She already has chemistry with many of the members, and is more than capable of contributing in combat.
5 Will Join: Crocodile Has Already Joined Forces With His Former Enemy. Crocodile was the first Shichibukai that Luffy faced and to this date, he remains the only character who has defeated Luffy twice. Crocodile has the Suna Suna no Mi, that grants him the power to control sand.
2) Zoro. Zoro's awakening of Advanced Conqueror's Haki solidified his place above the Straw Hat chef. Zoro has always been the second strongest member of the crew, a worthy title for the ship's vice-captain to hold.
Luffy agreed, making their crews allies in a relationship (which Luffy perceives to be as practically a friendship, but Law sees as more of a professional agreement). Luffy often treats him very casually, like a good friend, something which Law usually frowns upon.
Roronoa Zoro is the unofficial vice-captain and first mate of the Straw Hat Pirates. He is the first person to join Monkey D. Luffy's crew and has continued to demonstrate his loyalty and commitment to his captain.
The Wano Arc has brought a variety of interesting developments for fans, but one thing that's been exciting for shippers in particular has been the subtle exchanges between Roronoa Zoro and Princess Hiyori.
Charlotte Pudding is a character from the anime and manga series One Piece. She is the seventy-six child and thirty-five daughter and one of Charlotte Linlin's favorite daughters and was arranged by her mother and Vinsmoke Judge to marry the Straw Hat's cook and Judge's estranged son, Vinsmoke Sanji.
Luffy - Training With Rayleigh. The Straw Hats made a powerful friend during their initial visit to Sabaody — Silvers Rayleigh, the first mate of the Pirate King. Following Ace's death, it was Rayleigh who suggested the 2-year training break and offered to take Luffy as his student.
Initially, Katakuri was patronizing and informative towards Luffy's many efforts to defeat him. Despite believing that Luffy had no chance of defeating him, he developed some respect for Luffy as he remarked on Luffy's skill in his dodging that resorted to Katakuri using his awakened powers.