Sengoku the Buddha was the fleet admiral of the Marines during the first half of the series. He was the successor of Kong and the predecessor of Sakazuki. He was also one of the major figures along with Whitebeard, Shiki, and Monkey D. Garp during the times when Gol D. Roger was still alive, and still continues to be in the present, even after his resignation from the Marines. Sometime during the timeskip, he became an Inspector General.
Powers and Stats
Tier: Likely 6-B
Origin: One Piece
Age: 77 pre timeskip, 79 after timeskip
Classification: Human, Marine, Former Fleet Admiral
Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Master Haki user, Precognition (via Kenbunshoku Haki), Statistics Amplification (grudge), Aura via Haōshoku Haki, Transformation (Can transform to Buddha form), Forcefield Creation (Can create forcefield from Haki), Large Size (Type 1 in Buddha from)
Speed: Likely Relativistic (Comparable to Garp and the Admirals)
Lifting Strength: Class T
Striking Strength: Likely Country Class
Durability: Likely Country level
Stamina: High, his marine training should put him at his physical peak
Range: Hundreds of meters in Buddha Form by virtue of size, and the large shockwaves he can produce
Standard Equipment: None notable
Intelligence: Highly experienced and adept fighter, he also boasts outstanding strategic intelligence and tactical skills being the Fleet Admiral and all
Weaknesse: Cannot swim and becomes immobilized if more than half of his body is covered in water
- Haki: There are normally two types of Haki regular people can tap into: the Kenbunshoku Haki which allows individuals to sense the presence of others, and Busoshoku Haki which allows individuals to create an invisible armor around them. There is however a third type of Haki, Haoshoku Haki, that only a few individuals can use. It is currently unknown if Sengoku is one of these people.
- Hito Hito no Mi, Model: Daibutsu (Human-Human Fruit, Model: Buddha): is a Mythical Zoan-type Devil Fruit that allows its user to transform into a Daibutsu (a giant Buddha statue) at will. "Hito" (人) is Japanese for "human". In the Viz Manga it is called the Human-Human Fruit, Model Buddha. This form allows him to produce devastating shockwaves from his palms.