- Voice Actor: Not Kown (English), Tsuyoshi Koyama (Japanese)
Bastille is the shortest giant vice admiral, and is not a part of the Giant Squad. He wears a gray metal mask with ten (fourteen after the time-skip) eye-holes on each part of the mask and two long, curved bull horns. His long orange hair falls to the front of his chest and the rest of his hair can be seen going down his back. As with many high-ranking officers, he wears a double-breasted suit with a blue shirt and black tie, and the military overcoat draped over his shoulders, and a chain around the neck area.
The Young Past DaysEdit
In his youth, his hair and the horns on his mask are much shorter, while there are only twelve eye-holes on the mask.
Before the TimeskipEdit
After the TimeskipEdit
As a Navy officer, he likely holds a strong belief in justice. Whether he believes in moral justice or absolute justice, however, is not known as of yet. He is also rather displeased with junior colleagues who he believes to act rashly. He also has a tendency to end his sentences with "-dara"
- Straw Hat Pirates
- Team Natsu
- Revolutionary Army
Abilities and PowersEdit
As a Navy vice admiral, Bastille has authority over lower-ranking subordinates.
Bastille carries a large sword with a Japanese hilt wrapped in a pink material, similar to Vice Admiral Strawberry's. It has an elongated hand-guard decorated by a red jewel, like the pommels, and a blade with a rounder curve than those of katanas. However, he has not been seen using it.
It was stated that all vice admirals possess Haki, so Bastille can also use the ability. However, he has not yet been shown using it.
- Navy and Seven Warlords of the Sea vs. Whitebeard Pirates and their allies (Draw)
- Bastille vs. Sabo (Lost)
Anime and Manga DifferencesEdit
Trivia & ReferencesEdit
- Bastille was a fortress in Paris, known formally as the Bastille Saint-Antoine. It played an important role in the internal conflicts of France and for most of its history was used as a state prison by the kings of France.
- One of the prisoners at Bastille famously wore an iron mask.