"Great Whirlpool Spider" Squardo is an infamous New World pirate who allied himself with Whitebeard.
He has a bald top, but wavy hair that flows long downwards. In his first appearance, he was seen sticking his tongue out.
He also wears a spider design on his forehead, with a diagonally-placed headband that attaches to it. The spider has a spiral design at its bottom.
Squardo has managed to make himself an infamous reputation in the New World, and has managed to ally himself with Whitebeard.
He appears to be a swordsman, from the sword he wields.
Powers and Stats
Name: Squardo, sometimes called Squard, moniker "Maelstrom Spider"
Origin: One Piece
Age: Unknown, at least fifty as he was an active pirate in Gol D. Roger's time
Classification: Human, Captain of the Maelstrom Spider Pirates, Ally of the Whitebeard Pirates
Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Master Swordsman
Attack Potency: Unknown (Managed to shove his nodachi through an unguarded Whitebeard, also the foremost captain among Whitebeard's New World Pirate allies)
Speed: Likely Massively Hypersonic (Successfully caught Whitebeard off guard with a cheap shot, a feat Marco thought impossible even if the assailant was an ally. He was also capable of keeping pace with most of the Marine officers, including Vice Admirals, during the battle at Marineford.)
Lifting Strength: Class G+ via power-scaling
Striking Strength: Unknown
Durability: Unknown (Capable of overpowering Marine Officers off-panel, and was unscathed by the war's conclusion.)
Stamina: Large, fought in the Marinford Battle for an extended period of time without showing any signs of fatigue
Range: Several meters with swords
Standard Equipment: His swords: An oversized nodachi, and a normal sized katana
Intelligence: Expert combatant and adept military commander (Evident by that he was Whitebeard's leading choice to command his fleet of pirate allies), extensive battle experience, considering that he has been a pirate captain since Gol D. Roger's time (At least 27 years)
Weaknesses: He knows how to hold a grudge, which can cloud his judgment