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Quoted As Being “The Worst Of Scoundrels”: Crocodile Aka Mr. 0

From Warlord to Scheming Mastermind: Tips, Techniques, and Outfit Essentials for Crocodile

As a youngster, he carefully nursed the dream of becoming a pirate king after getting inspired from Gol D. Roger. However, due to a turning point in his life, Crocodile becomes disillusioned and that fractures his desires to find One Piece. Later, he establishes a criminal organization Baroque Works in order to generate pandemonium and usurp power. For this, Mr. 0 assumes the role of a hero to topple the Alabasta Kingdom and to seize the ancient weapon Pluton.

After being defeated by Luffy and the Straw Hat Pirates in Alabasta, Crocodile is stripped of his Shichibukai (Warlord of the Sea). Also, he is incarcerated in Impel Down, the most secure prison in the world. After partaking in a prison break alongside Luffy, he battles against both Marines and pirates, displeased by Whitebeard and his chaotic nature. Post the war, Crocodile vanishes into the New World.

Crocodile consumes Suna Suna no Mi, that grants him the potency to manipulate sand and transform into it as well. He is adroit in combat skills and intelligence. Moreover, his enhanced physical strength and durability give him an edge over his enemies. Capable to create a large blade of sand (Desert Spada), generate a powerful sandstorm (Sables), dehydrate an entire region (Ground Death) as well as forming a series of crescent-shaped sand blades (Barchan); Mr. 0 is a serious case of a formidable foe.

Portraying Crocodile: Capturing His Ruthlessness and Cunning

  • Merciless and shrewd: Crocodile is ruthless since he kills anyone who mildly insults him. He is also a strategic mastermind and is quite intelligent.
  • A megalomaniac: Mr. 0 is a power-hungry, ambitious man who shows a domineering streak through his actions in Alabasta.
  • Reeks of conceit: He rarely appreciates his adversary’s strengths and puts them down with every word he utters which leads to his eventual downfall.

Crafting Crocodile’s Look: Key Elements and Styling Tips

  • Long Coat: When we see Crocodile wearing a long coat, we immediately think of a cape that gives him a commanding presence.
  • Shirt and tie: He dons a formal outfit, giving him a look of grace and sophistication on one side and intimidation and menace on the other.
  • Golden hook: The golden hook is both a weapon and a symbol of his brutality and ruthlessness.
  • Pants and shoes: The overall formal attire reinforces his sophisticated and powerful image.

“Strength is the only thing that matters in this world. Those who are weak will be crushed.”
“I am the embodiment of destruction. My power can level cities and wipe out nations.”

– Crocodile, Alabasta

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Written by Garima Saini

A self-professed nihilist with a strong affinity for cinema, literature, fashion, music and all things creative (in that order). Being a neophyte at the art of content-writing, I always endeavor to engender meaning through whatever little opportunity I get in this domain. An aspiring director of motion pictures with a knack for observation, I marry it with creative writing to weave words and concoct worlds of fascination.

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