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Character Profile: Usopp

USA Info
Japanese Info
Usopp Usoppu(ウソップ) Usopp (One Piece)
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Tell Tale Man Liar Man
Human Human
Male Male
17 years old(source: manga vol. 4, chapter 27)(born April 1) 17 years old(source: manga vol. 4, chapter 27)(born April 1)
Black Black
Black Black
5'7"(source: English manga, volume 10) 174 cm(about 5'9")(source: One Piece RED: Grand Characters)
Yasopp's son, Ship's sharpshooter and painter Yasopp's son, Ship's sharpshooter and painter
"I came to tell some stories to cheer you up!"  
Jason Anthony Griffith(4Kids) Kappei Yamaguchi
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Sonny Strait(FUNimation)  
Episode 9: The Honorable Liar? Captain Usopp!  
One Piece One Piece

Character Description: Usopp

His gift for storytelling can be used for good- like when he's entertaining Kaya with tales of the high seas- and for bad, like when he wakes up his neighbors, claiming pirates are attacking.

He picks a fight with Klahadore and Kaya tells him to stop.

Usopp has his own little fan club made up of three little boys, one of which is Onion, who comes back screaming when he sees something strange.

Luffy was always with Yasopp, Usopp's father, when he was younger.

When Luffy and Usopp go down to the beach, they see Klahadore and a traveling hypnotist named Django. Klahadore notices Luffy when he stands up and yells "Don't kill Kaya!!!". Django then hypnotises Luffy and tries it with Usopp as well, but Usopp ducks leaving Luffy a target. Luffy was sent to a deep sleep and fell off a cliff.

Usopp was born on Obitsuji Island. His name derived from the story "Isoppu" (Boy Who Cried Wolf) and the word "uso" meaning "liar". His appearance is supposed to be like Pinnochio (nose grows long if you lie).

Editor's Note: The romanization of Usopp's Japanese name, ウソップ, would be written as Usoppu, however when the Japanese write his name using English letters, they spell it as Usopp, just like the US version.

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