One Piece Odyssey Characters [Explained]

One Piece Odyssey has a vast roster of characters to play and fight. Here are all of the different playable, guest, non-playable, and enemy characters in One Piece Odyssey explained.

All characters in One Piece Odyssey explained.
Read on to find out all about One Piece Odyssey characters.

One Piece Odyssey features nine playable characters, a few guest characters, enemies, and bosses. The nine playable characters are all Straw Hat Pirates crew members except Jinbe.

Each character has its unique abilities, skillset, and type advantages. Additionally, each playable character has certain status and type resistances. Hence, you’ll need to know all you can about each character and their specialty.

Hence, to help you choose the right character, we listed all the playable, non-playable, and enemy characters in One Piece Odyssey. Take a look for yourself:

Key Takeaways

  • One Piece Odyssey features nine playable characters, including the Straw Hat Pirates, except Jinbe.
  • Each character has a set of Battle Skills, Field Skills, and Type and Status Resistances.
  • The game also features some guest characters that fight alongside the main crew.
  • There are several bosses to fight throughout the game, including Doflamingo, Adio, and Rob Lucci.
  • Several minor enemies also appear in the game, including Sandora Lizards and Silver Bats.

One Piece Odyssey All Playable Characters

One Piece Odyssey features nine playable characters, all Straw Hat Pirates crew members. These include the lovable stretchy protagonist Monkey D. Luffy and his friends Zoro, Nami, Usopp, and Sanji. Other crew mates that are playable include Nico Robin, Tony Tony Chopper, Franky, and Brook, though you unlock him very late in the game.

Notice someone missing? That’s right. Jinbe is not present in the game as a playable character, as he joined the crew after production for the game began. But you can still play him as a guest character (more on that later).

All playable characters in the game have attack types and skill sets that prove to be very useful in battle. Here are all of the characters you can unlock in One Piece Odyssey, in no particular order:

Monkey D. Luffy

Monkey D. Luffy, one of the most powerful One Piece Odyssey characters, in Snakeman form.
Monkey D. Luffy is the first character you will play in the game.

The captain of the Straw Hat Pirates, Monkey D. Luffy, is the main character of One Piece Odyssey and the first playable character in the game. Without our favorite stretchy hero, there’s no way this game would’ve been complete.

Luffy has the Gum-Gum Fruit and starts at Level 40. His primary attack type is Power, which deals significant amounts of damage and is strong against the Speed attack type. However, Luffy is extremely weak against Technique-type characters. Hence, you’ll sometimes prefer to use another character despite him being the main character.

You don’t need to unlock Luffy, as he is already playable from the beginning. However, during the Prologue chapter, you will need to play him to unlock the other Straw Hat Pirates members.

Monkey D. Luffy has a unique mechanism called “Gears.” This mechanism transfers over from the anime and lets Luffy use a different set of overpowered moves. The higher the number of gear, the more powerful and advanced the skills are. If you want to know more about Luffy’s Gear mechanism, then head on over to our Luffy’s Gear guide.

Base Stats And Information

Here’s some basic information regarding Monkey D. Luffy’s stats. You should note that the system calculates base stats at Level 1.

  • Base Level: 1
  • Attack Type: Power
  • Devil Fruit: Gum-Gum Fruit
  • Base HP: 544
  • Base TP: 194
  • Base Guts: 50
  • Base Attack: 97
  • Base Defense: 54

Battle Skills

Monkey D. Luffy has several valuable skills you can use in battle, including long and short-range skills. Here are all of the Battle Skills that you can unlock on Monkey D. Luffy:

  • Gear 1
  • Gum-Gum Pistol
  • Gum-Gum Bazooka
  • Gum-Gum Gatling
  • Gum-Gum Bullet
  • Gum-Gum Storm
  • Gear 2
  • Gum-Gum Jet Pistol
  • Gum-Gum Jet Bazooka
  • Gum-Gum Jet Whip
  • Gum-Gum Jet Gatling
  • Gum-Gum Red Hawk
  • Gear 3
  • Gum-Gum Giant Pistol
  • Gum-Gum Red Hawk (Plus)
  • The Conqueror’s Haki
  • Gear 4
  • Gum-Gum Leo Bazooka
  • Gum-Gum King Kong Gun
  • Gum-Gum King Cobra

Field Skills

Besides that, Luffy also features several Field Skills that you can unlock to interact with the environment. Here are all of the Field Skills playable on Monkey D. Luffy:

  • Pound
  • Gum-Gum Rocket
  • Color of Observation Haki

Status Resistances

In One Piece Odyssey, there is a battle mechanic called “Status Resistance.” Status Resistance is a measure of just how much the character can resist specific status ailments.

As you can see, Monkey D. Luffy is exceptionally apt at resisting Poison and Lightning effects. Additionally, he has some resistance to burn effects. However, you should avoid using Luffy for enemies that Freeze, Confuse, or Sleep. He is especially susceptible to these status ailments.

He has no outstanding status resistances against Charm, Faint, Paralyze, and Illusion.

  • Burn: 25
  • Poison: 100
  • Lightning: 100
  • Charm: 0
  • Faint: 0
  • Paralyze: 0
  • Freeze: -25
  • Confuse: -100
  • Sleep: -100
  • Illusion: 0

Type Resistances

One Piece Odyssey also features Type Resistances. We talked about how a type resists another type while being robust against another. Type Resistance is a measure of how much the hero resists each type.

As such, Monkey D. Luffy does not resist Speed-type attacks very well. However, he has excellent resistance against Technique-style attacks. Moreover, he resists Power-type skills to some extent.

  • Power: 25
  • Speed: -50
  • Technique: 50

Roronoa Zoro

Roronoa Zoro during Ashura Silver Mist.
Roronoa Zoro is a strategic Technique-type swordsman.

The unstoppable combatant of the “Straw Hats Pirates” crew, Roronoa Zoro, is the second playable One Piece Odyssey character. Wielding three swords and his signature green hair, Zoro is a Technique-type attacker.

He is a well-rounded character with balanced Attack and Defense stats. Being a Technique-style swordsman, Zoro is weak against Speed-type attacks. On the contrary, Roronoa Zoro is also strong against Power attacks.

You can find Zoro in the Prologue chapter. You will unlock him directly at level 40.

Base Stats And Information

Take a look at some of Zoro’s base stats. Keep in mind that base stats are all calculated at level 1.

  • Base Level: 1
  • Attack Type: Technique
  • Devil Fruit: None
  • Base HP: 480
  • Base TP: 182
  • Base Guts: 43
  • Base Attack: 100
  • Base Defense: 57

Battle Skills

Roronoa Zoro packs power paired with strategy and agility. His attacks inflict Bleed on the enemy, just like a slow burn effect in other games. It slowly depletes the enemy’s HP even when you’re not attacking. Hence, he is one of the strongest One Piece Odyssey characters.

Here’s a list of all of Roronoa Zoro’s Battle Skills:

  • Oni Giri
  • Tiger Trap
  • Rashomon
  • Ashura Silver Mist
  • Lion Song
  • All-Kill Command
  • 108 Pound Phoenix
  • Charming Demon Sleepless Night Onigiri
  • Ultra Tiger Trap
  • Dragon Twister
  • Three Thousand Worlds
  • Purgatory Onigiri
  • Black Rope Dragon Twister
  • Death Lion Song
  • 1,080-Caliber Phoenix
  • The Billion-Fold World Trichiliocosm

Field Skills

Roronoa Zoro also has two Field Skills that let you slice open objects and cut down iron doors. Here are all of his Field Skills:

  • Slash
  • Door Slice

Status Resistances

As for Status Resistance, Roronoa Zoro is incredibly immune to Fainting, Lightning, and Burn. However, he is fragile against Freeze and Confuse -type attacks. Additionally, he has no resistance against Paralyze, Poison, and Sleep-type attacks. He is also not immune to Illusion and Charm status ailments.

Hence, he is a great player on the battlefield, considering he doesn’t have a lot of weaknesses. But he doesn’t have a lot of strengths either, with Faint being the only outstanding Status Resistance.

  • Burn: 20
  • Poison: 0
  • Lightning: 40
  • Charm: 0
  • Faint: 75
  • Paralyze: 0
  • Freeze: -25
  • Confuse: -25
  • Sleep: 0
  • Illusion: 0

Type Resistances

Roronoa Zoro is a Technique-type hero and is especially strong against Power-type moves and heroes. However, he isn’t able to resist Speed-style skills.

  • Power: 50
  • Speed: -50
  • Technique: 25

Sanji

The crew's cook Sanji about to attack.
The cook of the crew, Sanji, can also be unlocked.

Sanji, the “Straw Hat Pirates” on-board chef, is another playable character in One Piece Odyssey. You can expect much from this character with his side-swept golden hair and mighty kicks.

Sanji has the Power-type, meaning he deals more power than other characters. His typing also means that he will fare incredibly well against Speed-style attacks. However, being a Power-type character, he is exceptionally susceptible to Technique-type abilities.

You can unlock Sanji during the Prologue Chapter. You will find him at level 40.

Base Stats And Information

Sanji’s base level is one, and the system calculates his base stats at level 1. Here are his base stats and some additional information:

  • Base Level: 1
  • Attack Type: Power
  • Devil Fruit: None
  • Base HP: 464
  • Base TP: 153
  • Base Guts: 36
  • Base Attack: 96
  • Base Defense: 55

Battle Skills

Like the other characters, Sanji also has a set of Battle Skills that damage the surrounding enemies. His skills involve strong kicks to the target that are a mix of close and long-range attacks. Some of his Battle Skills inflict Burns, while others target specific parts of the enemy’s body.

Take a look at Sanji’s Battle Skills:

  • Mouton Shoot
  • Premiere Hache
  • Flambage Shot
  • Veau Shot
  • Party Table Kick Course
  • Concasser
  • Basses Cote
  • Poele A Frire Spectre
  • Bien Cuit: Grill Shot
  • Hell Memories

Field Skills

Sanji features essential Field Skills for destroying obstacles such as barrels in your way. His “Cook’s Nose” Field Skill lets you locate rare ingredients on the hidden land.

  • Kick
  • Cook’s Nose

Status Resistances

Sanji, along with Usopp, is one of the worst characters regarding Status Resistance. He is only resistant to one status ailment: Burn. On the contrary, he is susceptible to several status ailments, including Freeze, Lightning, Charm, and Confuse.

He doesn’t seem to have any particular resistance against Poison and Paralyze effects. Additionally, he isn’t immune to Faint, Sleep, and Illusion status ailments.

  • Burn: 40
  • Poison: 0
  • Lightning: -25
  • Charm: -75
  • Faint: 0
  • Paralyze: 0
  • Freeze: -30
  • Confuse: -30
  • Sleep: 0
  • Illusion: 0

Type Resistances

Sanji is a Power-style hero. And hence, he is one of the One Piece Odyssey characters resistant to Speed-type attacks. However, he is weak to Technique-type attacks. He also has some resistance against Power-type attacks.

  • Power: 25
  • Speed: 50
  • Technique: -50

Nami

Nami during a Thunderbolt Tempo attack.
Nami can be unlocked during the Prologue chapter.

The navigator of the “Straw Hats Pirates” crew, Nami, is another playable character in the game. She has exceptional knowledge of weather and navigation. And she occasionally wields a long pole to strike down enemies.

She has the Speed attack type, which is strong against the Technique attack type. However, she is also weak against Power-type moves. Hence, it would be best if you used her wisely.

You can unlock Nami when you start the Prologue chapter. You can find her at level 40.

Base Stats And Information

Nami’s base stats are all calculated at level 1. She has great TP but low HP, Attack, and Defense. Her main strength is her high Guts.

  • Base Level: 1
  • Attack Type: Speed
  • Devil Fruit: None
  • Base HP: 280
  • Base TP: 230
  • Base Guts: 68
  • Base Attack: 75
  • Base Defense: 38

Battle Skills

Nami is a highly resourceful character in battle due to her Battle Skills. Her skills mainly inflict status ailments on the target. These include Charming, Enchanting, Confusing, and Paralyzing the target. She also has some skills that steal items from the enemy.

  • Thief
  • Mirage Tempo
  • Swing Arm
  • Mirage Tempo Fata Morgana
  • Cyclone Tempo
  • Thunderbolt Tempo
  • Thunder Lance Tempo
  • Happiness Punch
  • Gust Sword
  • Storm Cloud Rod
  • Thunder-Breed Tempo

Field Skills

Besides her status-changing Battle Skills, Nami also features two Field Skills. The first Field Skill is fundamental, used to destroy obstacles in your path, such as giant boulders and barrels.

The second Field Skill, however, is quite handy. As a navigator, her second skill allows her to locate treasure items throughout the land.

  • Knock
  • Treasure Sensor

Status Resistances

Nami is one of the most resourceful One Piece Odyssey characters to play on the battlefield. She is resistant to Lightning and Charm-type attacks, making her a great player against certain foes. However, it would help if you played her with great care as she cannot resist Burn and Freeze-style skills.

Additionally, she doesn’t have any advantages over Confuse and Poison effects. Moreover, she is not immune to Paralyze, Faint, Sleep, and Illusion-type attacks.

  • Burn: -15
  • Poison: 0
  • Lightning: 50
  • Charm: 75
  • Faint: 0
  • Paralyze: 0
  • Freeze: -30
  • Confuse: 0
  • Sleep: 0
  • Illusion: 0

Type Resistances

Nami, being a Speed-type attacker, is resistant to Technique attacks. Her typing makes her the perfect choice for opponents with unique abilities and strategies.

However, you should avoid using her against Power-type attacks as she has a type disadvantage against them.

  • Power: -50
  • Speed: 25
  • Technique: 50

Usopp

Usopp's Rubber Band of Doom animation.
Usopp has a valuable moveset involving slingshots and hammers.

The “Straw Hats Pirates” crew’s sharpshooter, Usopp, also appears as a playable character in the One Piece Odyssey. Usopp wields his iconic slingshot and has the Speed character type.

As a Speed-style character, he is strong against Technique-type attacks. But he cannot resist Power-type skills. Hence, it would be best if you only used him against Technique-type enemies.

You can find Usopp during the Prologue chapter at level 40.

Base Stats And Information

Usopp has great TP and HP, perfect for a Speed-style character. However, he has mediocre Attack and Defense, which means he’s still only a good choice against his type-advantages. He also has very low Guts.

Here are all of Usopp’s base stats calculated at level 1:

  • Base Level: 1
  • Attack Type: Speed
  • Devil Fruit: None
  • Base HP: 304
  • Base TP: 194
  • Base Guts: 41
  • Base Attack: 81
  • Base Defense: 35

Battle Skills

Usopp’s Battle Skills are extremely powerful, but only because of the status effects they inflict on the enemies. His skills focus on burning the target, which means they receive damage over time.

Other skills include dealing special damage to fooled enemies. This includes making them faint instantly.

  • Exploding Star
  • Usopp’s Hammer
  • Exploding Star
  • Smoke Star
  • Sun Flower Star
  • Firebird Star
  • Usopp’s Rubber Band of Doom
  • Usopp Pound
  • Golden Pound
  • Green Star Skull Blast-Grass

Field Skills

Usopp also features 2 Field Skills. The first skill is pretty much your average obstacle-clearing skill. But the good part is that it shoots down obstacles from a distance.

His other Field Skill creates trick balls. These have several uses in battle, depending on the ball used. Here are all of his Field Skills:

  • Shoot
  • Make Trick Balls

Status Resistances

As for Status Resistance, Usopp is one of the worst One Piece Odyssey characters to play. He has no status resistance. However, he is especially susceptible to several status ailments. These include Burn, Freeze, Lightning, and Faint. He is also weak against Confuse, Paralyze, and Charm-type moves.

Moreover, he has no remarkable resistance against Poison and Illusion or Sleep status ailments.

  • Burn: -30
  • Poison: 0
  • Lightning: -15
  • Charm: -30
  • Faint: -50
  • Paralyze: -50
  • Freeze: -20
  • Confuse: -50
  • Sleep: 0
  • Illusion: 0

Type Resistances

Usopp is a Speed-type attacker, meaning he is resistant to Technique-type attacks. However, he is weak against Power-type attacks and will take extra damage from them. Hence, avoid using him against Power-type moves.

He also has some resistance against Speed-type skills.

  • Power: -50
  • Speed: 25
  • Technique: 50

Nico Robin

Nico Robin during Mil Fleurs Gigantesco Stomp.
Nico Robin is an unstoppable Technique-style hero.

Robin is the “Straw Hat Pirates” crew’s archaeologist, having eaten the Hana Hana no Mi Devil Fruit. As a result, she can reproduce her body parts on any surface.

Hence, Robin has the Technique attack type, using her unique ability to strategize against enemies. She’s robust against Power-type attacks as she can easily evade brute force attacks. However, she is weak to Speed-style skills that outspeed her.

You can unlock Nico Robin when you start the Prologue chapter at level 40.

Base Stats And Information

Nico Robin is a well-balanced hero but relatively weak in most aspects. Having sufficient HP and great TP, she has low Attack and Defense. But she makes up for that through her tremendous Guts.

Here are all of Nico Robin’s base stats calculated at level 1:

  • Base Level: 1
  • Attack Type: Technique
  • Devil Fruit: Flower-Flower Fruit
  • Base HP: 262
  • Base TP: 171
  • Base Guts: 59
  • Base Attack: 77
  • Base Defense: 48

Battle Skills

Nico’s Battle Skills utilize her unique Flower-Flower Fruit powers. She generates multiple hands in the environment and targets the enemies using them. Hence, she can easily faint and knock back targets.

Here are all of her Battle Skills:

  • Treinta Fleurs Flip
  • Ochenta Fleurs Cuatro Mano Shock
  • Dos Fleurs Grab
  • Cien Fleur Delphinium
  • Mil Fleurs Gigantesco Mano Spank
  • Mil Fleurs Gigantesco Mano Stomp

Field Skills

Nico’s Field Skills include a fundamental skill in which she uses multiple hands to destroy obstacles and an appraisal skill. The appraisal skill appraises items and lets you unlock the “Archeologist’s Appraisal” trophy.

  • Bloom
  • Archeologist’s Appraisals

Status Resistances

Robin is a well-balanced choice to put out against certain types of enemies. Robin is resistant to Burning and Confusion, along with getting Charmed. But she is susceptible to Freezing and Lightning.

Moreover, Robin has no advantage over Poison, Paralyze, and Faint attacks. Additionally, she does not resist Sleep and Illusion status ailments.

  • Burn: 20
  • Poison: 0
  • Lightning: -10
  • Charm: 75
  • Faint: 0
  • Paralyze: 0
  • Freeze: -30
  • Confuse: 50
  • Sleep: 0
  • Illusion: 0

Type Resistances

Robin, being a Technique-style hero, is resistant to Power-type attacks. However, this also means she is weak to Speed-style attacks, taking more damage from Speed-type attackers.

  • Power: 50
  • Speed: -50
  • Technique: 25

Tony Tony Chopper

Tony Tony Chopper in his reindeer form performing an attack.
Tony Tony Chopper can grow big and throw powerful punches.

In One Piece Odyssey, you can also play Tony Tony Chopper, the crew’s doctor. Having eaten the Human-Human Fruit, he is a reindeer that transformed into a human-reindeer hybrid. His parents taught him medicine, resulting in his attacks mainly being healing-type.

He has the Power attack type, meaning he generates large amounts of power. As such, he is highly susceptible to Technique-style attacks but will overpower Speed-type skills.

You can easily unlock him during the Prologue chapter. You can find him at level 40.

Base Stats And Information

All of Chopper’s base stats are calculated at Level 1. Generally, he has great HP and a very high TP. His Attack is also good, considering he’s the team medic. However, his Defense is meager. However, he makes up for what he lacks in Defense in Guts.

  • Base Level: 1
  • Attack Type: Power
  • Devil Fruit: Human-Human Fruit
  • Base HP: 328
  • Base TP: 216
  • Base Guts: 64
  • Base Attack: 85
  • Base Defense: 39

Battle Skills

Chopper’s Battle Skills mainly regenerate HP for the crew. Some of his skills also cure the status ailments of your crewmates. However, some of his skills also deal damage and make the enemy faint.

Here are all of Tony Tony Chopper’s Battle Skills:

  • Heal (Single)
  • Heal (1 Area)
  • Arm Point
  • Cloven Cross
  • Cloven Roseo
  • Cloven Roseo Metel
  • Care (Single)
  • Cloven Diamond
  • Heal (All)
  • Kung Fu Point
  • Care (All)
  • Horn Cannon Elf
  • Cloven Roseo Palm

Field Skills

Tony Tony Chopper only has one Field Skill, an essential object-clearing Field Skill. Here are Tony Tony Chopper’s Field Skills:

  • Punch

Status Resistances

Chopper is resistant to Burning and Freezing. He doesn’t take a lot of damage from them. Additionally, he is weak to Lightning and Confusion, taking more damage than other characters.

However, for Poison, Paralyze, and Charm status ailments, Chopper has no remarkable resistance. He is also not resistant to Sleep, Faint, and Illusion-type attacks.

  • Burn: 20
  • Poison: 0
  • Lightning: -25
  • Charm: 0
  • Faint: 0
  • Paralyze: 0
  • Freeze: 50
  • Confuse: -50
  • Sleep: 0
  • Illusion: 0

Type Resistances

Tony Tony Chopper is a Power-type character who is resistant to Speed attacks. However, he is also weak to Technique-type attacks, having a negative resistance of negative 50 against this type of attack.

  • Power: 25
  • Speed: 50
  • Technique: -50

Brook

Brook performing the Three-Verse Humming: Arrow Notch Slash.
Brook is the last character you will unlock in One Piece Odyssey.

A sword-wielding musician, Brook is a resurrected human who ate the Yomi Yomi no Mi Devil Fruit. Known as the “Soul King,” Brook has extensive facility over his soul as well as the souls of others.

He has the Technique attack type, making him overpower Power-type attacks. However, he is weak against Speed-style skills, so you should use him wisely in battle.

You can unlock him after you reach Chapter 7.

Base Stats And Information

Brook’s base stats are all calculated at level 1. He has the Technique hero type and the Revive-Revive Devil Fruit, allowing him to resurrect as a skeleton.

  • Base Level: 1
  • Attack Type: Technique
  • Devil Fruit: Revive-Revive Fruit

Battle Skills

Brook’s Battle Skills involve music and singing, occasionally freezing enemies. Some of his skills also increase the Attack of your allies. He also has Battle Skills that slow targets and make them doze off. In short, he has excellent utility on the battlefield.

Take a look at all of Soul King Brook’s Battle Skills:

  • Three-Verse Humming: Arrow Notch Slash
  • Lullaby Parry
  • Soul Solid
  • Song of Scratches: Blizzard Slice
  • New World

Field Skills

Unfortunately, Brook does not have any Field Skills, at least not when writing this guide. However, his utility in battle is still not debated: his unique Battle Skills make him extremely powerful against enemies.

Type Resistances

As a Technique-type character, Brook resists Power-type attacks. The Technique-typing makes him strong against powerful enemies. Additionally, he has some resistance to Technique-type characters as well. On the contrary, he is not very resistant to Speed-style skills.

  • Power: 50
  • Speed: -50
  • Technique: 25

Franky

Franky during an attack.
Franky has a powerful move set and can build bridges.

You can also play Franky, the muscular shipwright of the Straw Hat Pirates. His job is rebuilding the ship, as enemy pirates often wreck it during battles. His art requires him to quickly repair the ship so it can set sail in no time.

As such, he has the Speed attack type, being strong against the Technique attack type. However, brute force attacks from Power-type characters can throw him off. It would be best if you only used him when the situation calls for it.

Base Stats And Information

Franky is a Speed-type character, which means he has a type advantage over Technique-style heroes. Additionally, he has not eaten any Devil Fruit.

  • Base Level: 1
  • Attack Type: Speed
  • Devil Fruit: Human-Human Fruit

Battle Skills

Franky’s Battle Skills mainly inflict status ailments on the enemy or status buffs on himself. Some of his attacks also inflict raw damage, such as the “Weapons Left” skill.

Take a look at all of Franky’s Battle Skills:

  • Weapons Left
  • Coup De Vent
  • Franky Fire Ball
  • Franky Cannon
  • Franky Iron Boxing
  • Cola Charge
  • Strong Cola Charge
  • Max Cola Charge
  • Nipple Light Special
  • Franky Radical Beam

Field Skills

Franky also features two Field Skills. These skills allow him to build stuff such as midflight stairs or bridges. Here are all of his Field Skills:

  • Impromptu Build
  • Franky Skywalk

Status Resistances

Franky, the massive shipbuilder, is not resistant to many status ailments. He is only resistant to Burning and Charming. Franky has no advantages or disadvantages against Paralyze, Poison, and Confuse effects. He is also not immune to Illusion, Faint, and Sleep-type attacks.

However, he is especially susceptible to Freezing and Lightning. Hence, it would help if you didn’t use him against enemies that Freeze your crew.

  • Burn: 45
  • Poison: 0
  • Lightning: -50
  • Charm: 50
  • Faint: 0
  • Paralyze: 0
  • Freeze: -30
  • Confuse: 0
  • Sleep: 0
  • Illusion: 0

Type Resistances

Franky has a great facility on the battlefield, being resistant to Technique-type attacks. Being a Speed-style attacker, he is weak against Power-type attacks and takes extra damage from such attacks. Additionally, he has some resistance toward the Speed-type move set.

  • Power: -50
  • Speed: 25
  • Technique: 50

One Piece Odyssey All Guest Characters

One Piece Odyssey also has a few guest characters that you can play. These characters can only be played at certain points in the game during specific story arcs. Guest characters have their moveset and support your main crew during these story arcs.

Here are all of the guest characters that you can find in One Piece Odyssey:

Crocodile

Crocodile, one of the many One Piece Odyssey characters that appear as guests.
You will encounter Crocodile first as a villain and later as a playable character.

Crocodile is a playable guest character in One Piece Odyssey. You can only play him during the Marine Ford Arc. Hailing as one of the former 7 Warlords of the Sea, Crocodile features several valuable skills to help you in battle.

Portgas D. Ace

Portgas D. Ace is also playable only as a guest character throughout One Piece Odyssey. Known as “Fire Fist Ace,” he is the son of the infamous Gol D. Roger, the pirate who hid the One Piece treasure. You can play him during the Marineford arc.

Jinbe

Jinbe is another playable guest One Piece Odyssey character. He is the 10th member of the Straw Hat Pirates crew. However, he is the only non-playable Straw Hats Pirates crew member in One Piece Odyssey. This is because the game started developing before he canonically joined the team.

He is still playable as a guest character in certain story arcs. So you’re not exactly missing out.

Trafalgar D. Water Law

Trafalgar D. Water Law is the captain of the Heart Pirates, and you can play him as a guest character during the Dressrosa arc. His move set is diverse and lets you take down opponents. He plays a significant supporting role for the rest of your crew.

Sabo

Another character you can play during the Dressrosa arc is Sabo, one of the sworn brothers of Monkey D. Luffy. He is the chief of staff of the Revolutionary Army and ranks second in the army, only beaten by Monkey D. Dragon.

Cavendish

Pirate Prince Cavendish is the captain of the Beautiful Pirates and appears as a playable guest character in One Piece Odyssey. Being a Super Rookie and the first Straw Hat Grand Fleet ship’s captain, you can play him only during certain parts of the Dressrosa arc.

Donquixote Rosinante

Donquixote Rosinante is the younger brother of Doflamingo. He makes an appearance as a playable guest character in One Piece Odyssey. His facility in battle is superb, and he will support your crew well.

One Piece Odyssey Bosses

Besides the playable One Piece Odyssey characters, you also have the boss characters. These are enemies that are stronger than others and typically mark the end of a crucial in-game storyline.

Unlike most games, One Piece Odyssey has a diverse roster of bosses. They range from massive ape-like creatures to some of the Seven Warlords of the Sea. Here are all of the bosses you can expect to face in One Piece Odyssey, categorized by story arcs:

Warford Arc

Del Kong, the first boss you will face in One Piece Odyssey.
Del Kong is the first boss you’ll have to deal with in the game.

Warford is the first story arc in One Piece Odyssey, where your first boss fight will be against Del Kong. Albeit weaker than the bosses to come, he is still a menace to fight, given your level when you encounter him.

The arc finishes with a boss fight against Divine Breath at Warford South Beach. Divine Breath is a powerful weapon of colossal proportions meant to destroy the whole planet.

Below are all of the bosses you will fight in Warford:

  • Del Kong
  • Fire Colossus
  • Thunder Colossus
  • Doeisa
  • Water Colossus
  • Merchant Walrus
  • Fire Colossus
  • Kaku and Lucci
  • Crocodile and Doflamingo
  • Aokiji, Akainu, and Kizaru
  • Adio
  • Divine Breath

Alabasta Arc

The following story arc, the Alabasta arc, doesn’t have a lot of boss fights, at least not as many as compared to the previous arc. The lack of bosses lets you get a breath of fresh air while also venturing through the One Piece world. The arc itself is pretty long and takes a while to clear.

You’ll only need to face three bosses here, with Crocodile being the last. To give you a better idea of what you’re up against, below are all of the bosses you’ll need to fight during the Alabasta arc:

  • Tashigi and Smoker
  • Mr. 2 Bon Clay
  • Crocodile

Water Seven Arc

The Water Seven arc also features several bosses, including Rob Lucci’s Jaguar Form as the final boss. This boss fight will arguably be the hardest you’ll have fought up until that point. The difficulty is due to Rob Lucci dealing splash damage and damaging multiple crewmates.

Besides that, the following are all of the bosses you’ll need to fight against during the Water Seven arc:

  • Scrapper Franky
  • Rob Lucci (Normal Form)
  • Kaku
  • Rob Lucci, Jaguar Form

Marineford Arc

Marineford features several bosses to fight, including Kizaru and Aokiji as the final bosses. Here you’ll deal with stronger enemies than you have ever faced before. The bosses you’ll encounter here include the marines and minor bosses like Smoker and Captain Tomack.

These are all of the significant and minor bosses you’ll need to face during the Marineford arc:

  • Smoker
  • Kizaru
  • Captain Tomack
  • Aokiji and Kizaru

Dressrosa Arc

When you play the Dressrosa arc, you’ll find that it has more bosses than previous arcs, save for the Warford arc. The Dressrosa arc brings back the action of the Warford arc and combines it with powers never seen before.

The most significant bosses you’ll need to fight here include Jesus Burgess and Doflamingo. Donquixote Doflamingo is the final boss fight. And when you battle against him, you’ll need to first defeat his clone before defeating the actual boss.

Other boss fights you’ll need to go through include:

  • Burgess
  • Hakuba
  • Burgess
  • Pica
  • Clone of Doflamingo
  • Donquixote Doflamingo

Minor Enemies

One Piece Odyssey characters facing against a horde of Eisa.
Eisa and Hieisa are the most common minor enemies in One Piece Odyssey.

One Piece Odyssey features several new animal species you will face as enemies throughout the game. These minor enemies often come in hordes and are relatively easier to take down—from humanoid creatures to animals.

The minor enemies that you will face in One Piece Odyssey include:

  • Eisa
  • Hieisa
  • Black Belly Mouse
  • Hidelie Penguin
  • Kung-Fu Dugongs
  • Blue Gorillas
  • Shogun Jishi
  • Oisa
  • Hoisa
  • Kaio Dragon
  • Bronze Bat
  • Bananawani
  • Sazae Kanchou
  • Jura Chou
  • Black Brothers
  • Sandora Lizard
  • Achisa
  • Baroque Works
  • Franky’s Family
  • The Donquixote Pirates
  • Seiuchi Mountain
  • Rock Panda
  • Silver Bat
  • Bulaniki
  • Marines
  • Cipher Pol

Other characters in One Piece Odyssey

Besides the playable, guest, and boss characters in One Piece Odyssey, there are also some non-playable characters. These characters play significant roles in the story but do not fight against the heroes, nor can you play them as heroes.

Supporting and non-playable characters in One Piece Odyssey include:

  • Lim
  • Nefertari Vivi
  • Matsuge
  • Iceburg
  • Rebecca
  • Krin
  • Joe
  • Fazaza
  • Five Elders
  • Hasami
  • Karoo
  • Tyrannosaurus
  • Sugar
  • Zona
  • Zaraza
  • Wombat
  • Creese
  • Week
  • Emily
  • Hatsu
  • Margin
  • Eliza
  • Barricade
  • Gage
  • Yuka
  • Anikin
  • Raniya
  • Bentag
  • Guard
  • Gulf
  • Niina
  • Otogin

Final Thoughts

One Piece Odyssey brings back several of our favorite characters and some new characters that have started to see the limelight. Odyssey features all iconic Straw Hat Pirates crew members except Jinbe.

One Piece Odyssey also features guest characters who help your crew through their adventures. You can play them during certain story arcs and battles. Additionally, there are lots of bosses to preserve the action and give you a constant challenge.

If you want to customize your characters and give them cool new looks, then check out our One Piece Odyssey Outfits guide.

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