Baby 5 (ベビー5, Bebī Faibu) is an antagonist in the One Piece series that was created by Eiichiro Oda. The series first began serialization in Shueisha's Weekly Shōnen Jump on August 4, 1997. She would later appear in the Punk Hazard Arc that began in Volume 66.
Her first appearance was in One Piece Volume 69 CH. 682 "Mastermind".
Major Story Arcs
Punk Hazard Island Arc
Despite attacking him earlier that same day, Doflamingo had ordered Baby 5 and Buffalo to travel to Punk Hazard to retrieve Caesar Clown as he was under attack from Straw Hat Luffy and Trafalgar Law. As they arrived, they were met at the shore by the General Franky, who shot at them on sight. Baby 5 and Buffalo struggled to even scratch the robot. As soon as she pierced its armor, Franky shot them away with a powerful energy cannon. Just as they gained their footing again, Law arrived with Luffy, his crew, and the Marine G-5. Rather than fight, they grabbed Caesar to run. They nearly got away until Nami shot them down with a bolt of lightning.
As they were captured, Law used his powers to cut off their head and led them adrift with a transponder snail for whoever found them. They were discovered by Donflamingo himself, and he talked to Law, who was blackmailing Doflamingo to quit the Seven Warlords. Doflamingo then returned Baby 5 and Buffalo's heads back tot heir bodies on Punk Hazard. They returned to Dressrosa as Kuzan appeared to stop Doflamingo's interrogation of Vice-Admiral Smoker.
Back at the royal palace, Doflamingo asked her to find Trebol and send him to bring what he was keeping.
Powers & Abilities
Baby 5 has eaten the Arms-Arms Fruit (ブキブキの実, Buki Buki no Mi) to make her a Full-body Weapon Human (全身武器人間, Zenshin Buki Ningen). With this power, Baby 5 can transform her own body into a weapon of any kind. This is a process she calls "Armsmorphosis" (武器変貌（ブキモルフォーゼ） Bukimorufōze). Even while transformed as a missile and exploding, her body will reform from the shrapnel.
- Espada Girl (剣女（エスパーダ・ガール), esupāda gāru): With this technique, Baby 5 transforms her upper body into a sword. However, someone needs to grab her by the legs to use her as a sword.
- Missile Girl (ミサイル女（ガール）, misairu gāru): With this technique, Baby 5 transforms her upper body into a projectile missile. While Partnered with Buffalo, she is thrown for her initial momentum, but she can alter her course mid-air. Upon contact, she created a giant explosion, and her body can reform unharmed.
- Revolver Girl (拳銃女（レボルベルガール）, reboruberu gāru): Similar to Espada Girl, Baby 5 transforms her upper body into the barrel of a gun that she can rapidly fire.
- Sickle Girl (鎌女（シックル・ガール）, shikkuru gāru): With this technique, Baby 5 transforms her legs into a sickle. She will then grab Buffalo's chain to make herself into a human kusarigama.
One of the major weaknesses of Baby 5's devil fruit power is that she can not often use the weapons she becomes at their full effectiveness. If she changes much of her body, she must then be held or thrown.
All devil fruit users share one similar weakness. That is the ocean. The incredible power of the devil fruit renders the user a complete inability to swim. Once in water, they will sink like a stone. In sea water, a devil fruit user will also lose all strength in in their body.
Sea Prism Stone
Sea Prism Stone is a naturally occurring metal fund in the world. Minerals from the sea are embedded into the metal. It's said that sea prism stone is as hard as diamonds, and contact to the skin will both weaken the body and cancel out all devil fruit powers. they'll be as vulnerable as any other human. This is often found crafted into shackles.
Haki is a unique skill that all devil fruit users are vulnerable to. Armament Haki has the ability to cancel out any devil fruit power, however, the haki of the attacker must be stronger than the target. It's unknown if Baby 5 has any form of Haki abilities.
One Piece (1999)
The One Piece animated series is a direct adaptation of Oda's original manga.. It's produced by TOEI Animation and first began airing in October 20, 1999. Baby 5's first anime appearance was in One Piece - Episode 608 "A Mastermind Underground! Doflamingo Makes His Move!", which aired on August 18, 2013. Her character in the Japanese series is voiced by Rina Satō, and the U.S. dub produced by FUNimation has yet to announce a voice actress.