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Name: Berami, Bellamy
Epithet: Bellamy The Hyena
Age: unknown
Species: Human
First Appearance: Manga Chapter #222, Anime Episode #146
Bounty: 55,000,000 belly

Power bestowed: Allows the user to turn any part of their body into powerful springs. However, Bellamy only ever turned his legs into springs, so it is unknown whether or not other parts can be transformed as well.

Bellamy and his crew were on the island of Jaya, looking for other powerful pirates to recruit for the "New Age." The New Age is what Bellamy believes will follow what he calls the "Age of Dreams", which is where people dream of finding One Piece and becoming the Pirate King. On the island, another pirate, "Roshio the Executioner", has a conflict with Bellamy in a bar. After Roshio wins against Bellamy in a game of poker, Bellamy accuses him of cheating and smashes Roshio out the bar's top floor window (before knocking Roshio out the window in the manga, Bellamy first stabs him, nailing his hand to the money he was trying to collect, shoots him in the leg and sets him on fire). With this attack, Roshio is defeated, but as his crew tries to carry him off, Bellamy jumps out the window to finish the job.

Soon after this incident, Luffy, Zoro, and Nami enter the bar in search of answers about a mysterious island floating in the sky. The crew is immediately mocked by the mere mention of this island, especially by Bellamy. He tells the Strawhat crew that legends and dreams such as the sky island are foolish, and that pirates shouldn't be concerned over such nonsense. This comment angers Luffy but not before he decides that a fight over dreams would be meaningless, and resultantly, he and Zoro refuse to engage in battle. This soon prompts Bellamy and his crew to beat up and humiliate the two. Though Bellamy and his crew give Luffy and Zoro a bit of a thrashing, the Strawhats maintain their pacifistic disposition until Nami is forced to drag the two out. This conflict can be compared to the earlier "fight" between Red-Haired Shanks and Higuma as Shanks also chose not to fight against his antagonist.

Later on, Luffy and crew meet up with Montblanc Cricket who, much like Luffy, believes greatly in the legend of the sky island. During the night, as the Strawhats are on a search in a nearby jungle for a bird that will help them reach the sky island, Bellamy and crew attack and greatly wound Cricket and his friends. Afterwards they steal all of Cricket's gold, which was the only proof the he had of the mysterious island's possible existence. When Luffy finds out what has happened to his new friends, he races back to the bar where he first met Bellamy.

Back at the bar, Bellamy and crew are laughing it up over their recent assault on Montblanc Cricket. Just then, another pirate rushes in wanted posters and news that Bellamy is in great danger. The two men that he and his crew attacked in the bar are Roronoa Zoro and Monkey D. Luffy, each with a respective bounty of 60 million for Zoro and 100 million for Luffy. Everyone in the bar is shocked, except for Bellamy who arrogantly claims that the wanted posters are forgeries created by the two men in an effort to scare him into giving up in a fight with them. This calms the rest of the pirates down for a while, that is, until Luffy's voice is heard screaming for Bellamy outside of the bar. Upon hearing Luffy, Bellamy exits the bar and challenges Luffy to a duel.

Bellamy mostly shows off his skills with repeated use of his "Spring Snipe" technique, making single bouncing shots toward Luffy. Even with this endless assault, Luffy still doesn't lift a finger towards Bellamy. After a few more attacks on Luffy, Bellamy readies one more shot using his "Spring Hopper" technique. Bellamy begins ricocheting himself around the town making his bouncing speed quicker and quicker, creating an almost deafening sound of bouncing springs that covers the entire town. While he is powering up his attack, Bellamy endlessly insults Luffy and Cricket over their persistent dreams and ridiculous belief in the sky island. In one final attack, Bellamy rockets toward Luffy, and with one single massive (unstretched) hit Luffy smashes Bellamy to the ground, knocking him completely unconscious. His crew, quickly realizing that Luffy's wanted posters are indeed the real thing, run away.

Later on, at the end of the Skypiea arc the true leader of the Bellamy Pirates, Donquixote Doflamingo, who is one of Shichibukai, returned to Jaya to kick him out of his crew and forced Sarquiss, the crew's first mate to possibly kill Bellamy "as a lesson," for disgracing his flag when Bellamy was beaten by Monkey D. Luffy.

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