Leo is a dwarf from Tontatta Kingdom who first appeared on Green Bit, where he, along with a group of other dwarves, attacked some Marines. He is the "Tonta-troop leader" (トンタ兵長 Tonta-heichō?) of the Tontatta Kingdom. He is the 5th division commander of the Straw Hat Grand Fleet.
Powers and Stats
Origin: One Piece
Power and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Stitches anything together
Lifting Strength: Unknown
Striking Strength: City Class
Durability: City level via powerscaling
Range: Below average melee range
Standard Equipment: He wears a pair of needles strapped to his belt, to use his Nui Nui power. It is unknown if he uses them as actual weapons.
Weaknesses: Short range
Notable Attacks/Techniques: Leo basically uses this power to stitch and hold down his targets. He also uses this ability to support objects, during earthquakes, to make sure they do not fall. It can also be used to reattach severed limbs, although irregular wound edges may compromise its efficiency.
- Haute Couture: Patchwork (高級仕立（オートクチュール） パッチ★ワーク Ōto Kuchūru: Patchi Wāku?, literally meaning "High Class Sewing: Patchwork"): Leo stitches several objects or persons to his opponent. Then, by pulling the thread, he causes all stitched objects to converge towards his opponent, crashing into that one person to damage it thanks to his superhuman strength. "Haute Couture" is French for "High Sewing" and refers to the practice of creating custom-fitted clothing. It was first seen used against Jora, stitching all of her comrades and subordinates around her.
- Shippo Hammer (しっぽハンマー Shippo Hanmā?, literally meaning "Tail Hammer"): Jumping high into the air, the user positions him or herself above the target, and then uses the tail to strike it hard. The force is enough to send a full-grown human wedged into solid ground. It was first seen when Leo and Rampo (Inhel in the anime) used it to defeat two of Doflamingo's subordinates.
- Tontatta Swing (トンタッタスイング Tontatta Suingu?): The user grabs onto the opponent by their feet and then swings them around in circles.