Koala grew up on Foolshout Island in the Grand Line. Around the age of eight years-old, she was abducted and sold into slavery to the Celestial Dragons, where she was ruthlessly tormented. Though, she was freed with the rest of the slaves by the fish-man, Fisher Tiger. Three years later, she was passed along to Fisher Tiger's Sun Pirates by other freed slaves to find her home. Although she was scared, she was accepted as one of their own among most of the crew, and Tiger prioritized getting her home.
Tiger took Koala back to her mother and left without saying a word. Unbeknownst to Koala, her village had betrayed Tiger to the Navy as part of a deal to save Koala from being reclaimed as a slave. The gunshots she heard in the distance was the Navy ambush that led to Tiger's death.
After twelve years, Kaola had learned the truth. She would train in Fish-Man Karate and join the Revolutionary Army, led by Monkey D. Dragon.
Koala (コアラ, Koara) is a supporting character in the One Piece series that was created by Eiichiro Oda. The series first began serialization in Weekly Shōnen Jump on August 4, 1997. She first appeared during the Fish-Man Island Arc that began in Volume 61.
Her first appearance was in One Piece Volume 63 CH. 622 "The Sun Pirates".
Major Story Arcs
Koala and Sabo both arrived on Dressrosa as part of their mission with the Revolutionaries.
Powers & Abilities
Koala is skilled enough in Fish-Man Karate to be able to teach it and was able to defeat opponents much larger than herself.
Koala's only known weakness is that she tends to feel the urge to clean when she feels nervous. This is a habit developed from her time as a slave, but it's currently unknown if this persists now in her adulthood.
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. Koala's first anime appearance was in One Piece - Episode 541 "Kizaru Appears! A Trap to Catch Tiger!", which aired on April 1, 2012 in Japan. Her standard Japanese voice actress is Yuki Inoue, For the U.S. dub produced by FUNimation has yet to announce a voice actress.