Enel, nicknamed God Enel, is the main antagonist of the Skypiea Arc. He is the former "God" of Skypiea. After his defeat by Luffy, he left for the Moon during Ener's Mini-Adventures, where he met the Spaceys.
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Enel is a tall, muscular man, 2.66 m tall. His hair is covered by a simple white scarf, concealing medium-short blond hair. He has long earlobes with earrings.
He wears orange baggy pants with a black pattern on the legs, and around his waist a light blue veil held by a darker belt.
He wears gold bracelets on his arms and legs. Ener also has gold earrings and 2 gold rings on his 2 big toes. He is always seen barefoot. He constantly holds in his hand his golden staff, Nonosama Bo.
His nose is horizontally striped like Robin's. On his back, he has put 4 drums (the black signs are identical to part of the symbol on Sentomaru's outfit) linked together on a ring instead of the standard Bilcan and Skypien wings. He says he tore them off himself. His drums each release 50 million volts when touched. When all 4 are touched, Ener takes on his most powerful form and glows blue.
Using his Demon Fruit powers, Ener can transform himself into a representation of the god, Raijin.
Even if the title of God only reflects his status as ruler of the island, Ener truly believes himself to be a deity. This is largely due to his formidable power. Ever since he ate the Demon Fruit Goro Goro no Mi, he has been able to produce lightning and transform himself into lightning at will. He is also intangible and untouchable, like all Logia demon fruit eaters.
He has no resentment at the idea of killing hundreds of people, and sees it as an act of benevolence on God's part. He even goes so far as to want Skypiéa to "come down" to the blue sea because, for him, heaven wasn't fit for angels. Another fact of his boundless arrogance is his belief that the Moon is the perfect place for a God. He calls it Fairy Vearth.
His fruit, one of the few considered invincible, combined with the fact that he's a Logia (he says when he first sees Luffy: "A vulgar Paramecia...") makes him very powerful, and because of this, he's led to believe himself invincible. In fact, he's the first character to explain the Logia/Zoan/Paramecia differences to Luffy. He looks down on others and often laughs arrogantly.
He's used to seeing every one of his opponents destabilized by his power, but when Luffy reveals himself to be immune to lightning, he'll be deeply shocked.
Despite the fact that he'd found a solution to the problem of Luffy's inability to feel lightning, he didn't seem keen to face the pirate again and again. In his palace, he used to lie back and eat fruit, keeping an eye on his citizens. This nonchalant attitude carries over into battle, where he delights in torturing his opponents by forcing them to attack first, thus dashing their hopes.
Nevertheless, he also shows his appreciation, as when he was impressed by Robin's knowledge of the City of Gold, or when Luffy climbed onto his ark.
A unique laugh
Many of the One Piece characters have a unique laugh. Ener has one too: "Yahahahaha...".
Ener has no problem killing people, whether they're his followers or not. What's more, while predicting the victims of the game of survival (thanks to his Mantra, or more commonly Observation Haki), he had no mercy for his fallen men. The Prelates are the four men who serve Ener directly. They were his best disciples and the greatest threat to Luffy and his crew during the Skypiea Arc. Ener seemed to have little affection for them, while they seemed to genuinely respect their leader. Nevertheless, Ener was surprised when he learned that they had been defeated, but claimed that their presence by his side would pollute his new empire on Fairy Vearth.
In addition to the prelates, Ener has 50 warriors called the Sacred Guard under his command. Yama is the leader, while Hotori and Kotori are the group's lieutenants. Although they seem to take their leader's beliefs seriously, Ener doesn't seem to feel the same way. The White Berets are similar to the Mer Bleue police force. They enforce the rules of Skypiea under Ener's rule, although in truth they despise him, but they are obliged to carry out Ener's orders and do everything for the good of Skypiea's citizens. After learning of his intention to decimate the entire population of Skypiea, the White Berets turned against him, or at least helped the population to escape.
These are the first creatures Ener encounters when he arrives on the moon. These little fellows have recently been attacked by space pirates, most of whom are dead and have no choice but to give their lives to Ener. He will take advantage of the situation to form a new army made up entirely of spaceys.
The Shandias hate Ener. Wiper has a deep hatred of him, and was even prepared to sacrifice his own life to defeat him. However, he was unable to do so. After Satori's defeat, the warrior saw an unprecedented opportunity and decided to attack more firmly, even if this meant accepting to see his comrades die before their very eyes.
Learning that the god had plans to destroy all of Skypiéa, Wiper was more determined than ever to defeat him. However, despite their best efforts, Ener's powers were too much for them. Even with the help of Sea Granite and a Reject-Dial, Ener simply rebooted his heart using his demon fruit. Whatever the situation, Shandia refused to back down. Despite being shocked by Ener's attacks, Wiper stood up for his ancestors, for his people, for his homeland, and for Norland.
When Giant Jack fell, Wiper stood proudly amid the ruins of his ancestors and cheered on Luffy.
Ener has a habit of mocking the Old God of Skypiea. He's shown it with his face or his age. He even left him paralyzed with one of his shock storms. Gan Forr also has a deep-seated anger for Ener and considers him brutal and inhuman. In the past, Ener attacked with his army and soundly defeated Gan Forr and the Shandia at the same time. Ener then took the place of God of Skypiea. Gan Forr became God again after Ener's defeat.
Straw Hat Pirates
On Skypiea, the Straw Hats became the targets of Ener and his priests for breaking their laws. During the survival game, he faced Sanji, Usopp, Robin and Zoro. He eventually defeated them all, inflicting serious damage with his powers. However, their captain Monkey D. Luffy, proved to be completely immune to these electrical powers thanks to his rubber body, making him the natural opposite of lightning. Finally, Luffy defeated Ener and put an end to his evil plans, restoring peace.
The White Berets were originally all members of the Enforcers in the service of Gan Forr. They pledged their allegiance to Ener when he took over from Gan Forr. They believed that by staying on the island to try and protect anyone from God's wrath, they could protect the citizens. But this was without counting on Ener's plans. When they discovered that Ener was planning to destroy all of Skypiea, they turned against him and helped the people of Angel Island to safety. McKinley, their leader, seemed to be very devoted to Ener, until he learned that Ener planned to destroy Skypiea with his powers. The leader of the white berets then said he would do anything to ensure the safety of Skypiea's island citizens, showing his love for his homeland. McKinley, along with the rest of the White Berets, decides to help Conis evacuate the population of Skypiea.
Conis was afraid of Ener's powers. Although he didn't consider her a threat, he decided to punish her with an El Thor, as she revealed to Luffy that he and his friends were walking into a trap on their way to Upper Yard. Conis narrowly escaped the attack thanks to the intervention of Gan Forr.
One of Ener's Enforcers revealed the truth about Ener's plan to destroy Skypiea. Ener then decided to attack them with an El Thor. Conis was not caught up in the attack thanks to her father, who managed to keep her out of the way. However, he was unable to escape in time. Despite what had happened, Conis decided to warn her people back on Angel Island by revealing Ener's plan. Ener created a gigantic black sphere highly concentrated in electric discharges with the aim of destroying Skypiea once and for all. Conis began praying for a miracle with the rest of Skypiea's inhabitants. Finally, Luffy managed to defeat Ener with a blow whose power was increased tenfold by the golden ball stuck in his hand. The golden bell was hit by the impact, and the sound emanating from it was heard by the inhabitants of Skypiea and the Blue Sea. According to prophecy, the day this sound was heard, it would mean the end of the war. The sound was so powerful that it was heard by Montblanc Cricket, who happened to be on Jaya.
On the Moon, Ener finds a mini-soldier inside a crater and attacks him with his powers, waking him up. Then a space pirate in the shape of a giant fox skewers the mini-soldier and tries to skewer Ener in turn, who is protected by his Logia powers, which enable him to become intangible. He then attacks the space pirate, defeating him with ease. Immediately afterwards, a great explosion sounds and Ener realizes that his ship has been destroyed, sending him into a rage.
He realizes that the space pirates are having a business meeting where their base and ship are located. Ener instantly appears on top of their ship, and the space pirates quickly react by trying to attack him. Ener launches an attack on all the space pirates to make them pay for the destruction of his ark. The space pirates are unable to stop him and are easily defeated.
Skills and competenciesAs the "God" of Skypiéa, Ener had full control of the island, thanks in part to his Mantra. He took this title too seriously, in fact.
Ener is extremely powerful, and gave the impression of being weaker than many others due to the fact that Luffy was naturally immune to the powers of Goro Goro no Mi. Ener's strength was demonstrated when he easily defeated Robin, Gan Forr, Wiper and Zoro very quickly without his opponents having time to do anything.
Ener has a great deal of knowledge and awareness of objects that many people don't have, especially of the value of gold and its properties. This awareness enables him to keep these items to himself. However, before Luffy's arrival, he was unaware of the existence of rubber. He's also very perceptive and surprisingly adaptable. Despite his confidence, Ener's prediction that the survival game would end with himself and four others turned out to be wrong, as he didn't feel Luffy in Nola's belly, but eliminated the ancient god, Gan Forr thinking to restore his prediction.
Because of his extensive study of the ruins of Shandora, Ener also has a deep understanding of history, including the 400 years of warfare preceding his arrival. He's also manipulative and highly intelligent, catching Robin in her own trap and breaking her down as the most intelligent member of the Straw Hat Pirates.
Ener also possesses incredible physical strength and is a genius at hand-to-hand combat. Although he doesn't practice any recognized martial art, he's very agile and has above-average stamina, as evidenced by his resistance to Luffy's multiple blows.
Observation Haki is called Mantra on Skypiea. Ener's is more advanced, because thanks to static electricity, he can hear the words of all the inhabitants of the celestial island, and chastise them if they use "blasphemous" language.
He can use this Haki to predict his opponent's movements, making the attack much easier to counter. This prediction appears to the user as an image or brief "premonition" of what the opponent is going to do, enabling the possessor of Observation Haki to dodge easily.
It cannot predict attacks that are by nature random, as when Luffy managed to evade Ener's Mantra by bouncing his fists off a wall. Ener failed to discern Luffy's presence inside the giant snake Nola.
Ener seems to have a vast knowledge of mechanics and technology, having personally designed his flying ark, Maxim, and knows all its inner and outer workings. If damage is caused to the interior, he is able to repair it. He was even able to design a lightning cloud production system, a power supply system, and a backup propulsion system in case the main engines were damaged.
What's more, he has in-depth knowledge of the multitude of Dials scattered across the celestial islands.
Ener wields a large golden staff called Nonosama Bo, which he never leaves his side. The stick can be deformed, and even transformed into anything (e.g. a trident, a sword...).
Fruit of the Demon
Ener has eaten a Logia-type Demon Fruit, the Goro Goro no Mi, which Robin believes to be one of the most powerful fruits, rendering its possessor virtually invincible. This fruit enables him to transform his body into lightning, thus avoiding injury from physical attacks. It enables him to move at the speed of lightning. He can also move in electric currents, change the shape of metals (using the heat produced by electricity), or electrocute people. Note that he can use his power to reanimate himself (as a defibrillator does), which he will do when Wiper neutralizes his powers with his shoes made of sea granite before attacking him with a Reject Dial. This power also has a demented and destructive power.
He combines this power with his Mantra (Haki / Observation Fluid) to anticipate and dodge his opponent's blows.
He also uses his power to overhear all conversations on the island and punish those who denigrate him.
He got beaten by Luffy because the latter ate a Demon Fruit opposite to his own (rubber is a very bad conductor). Taking 100 million volts at point-blank range won't faze Luffy, but it will upset the God, who asks Ener if he's finished tickling him.
Ener was born and raised on Bilca, but 8 years before the current scenario, after finding and eating the Goro Goro no Mi, he destroyed his country and came to Skypiéa with his followers. Bilca is said to be home to many powerful warriors, but they were powerless against Ener. Despite being his native island, he did not hesitate to destroy it. Ener and his warriors then arrived in Skypiéa and easily overthrew Gan Forr. Urouge is originally from Bilca.
Ener and his warriors dominated Skypiea for six years. While "God" only refers to the island's ruler, he really took it seriously. Despite its paradisiacal appearance, Skypiea was plagued by turmoil. If anyone dared to defy Ener in word or deed, he would kill them with an "El Thor".
At the same time, he forced the authorities who worked under Gan Forr to build him a gigantic ark called Arche Maxime. Ener, after studying the history of the 3 sky races, made the discovery of a pure world, "Fairy Vearth" (The Moon). That's why he built the Maxime Ark.
The God of Skypiea
The straw hat boat reached the shore of Angel Island, the main part of Skypiéa, where they met a young girl named Conis and her father, Pagaya. They let the crew come to their house so they could show them around the island, but Nami decided to stay on shore to test a Waver, a Dial craft that can sail without wind. As Conis explains the use of dials, Nami finds herself on a nearby island with a huge forest. When Sanji points out that she has disappeared, Conis and Pagaya explain that the nearby island is known as "God's Land". Upper Yard is a sacred land where only God and his priests reside. This immediately aroused Luffy's interest, and he ordered to head there to "save Nami", in reality only the adventure interested him.
Meanwhile, Nami witnessed the execution of a man by the prelates. However, before the priests could finish him off, Ener decided to act of his own free will and killed him with an "El Thor". Gedatsu then informed the others that a group of 7 people had arrived illegally on the island. Nami immediately understood that they meant her and her companions.
After the Pirates' insubordination to the White Berets and the confiscation of the Vogue Merry, Luffy, Sanji and Usopp are whisked away by Conis to take a boat to rescue them. Conis lends them her boat, the Raven, but before they leave port, Luffy notes that she has been trembling ever since they stood up to the White Berets. Conis reveals that she was the one who summoned the Homars Super Express that took the Vogue Merry to Upper Yard to undergo Divine Judgment. On hearing this, Ener attacked with "El Thor" but Gan Forr narrowly saved her. He explained that from then on, she and her father would be considered criminals. He took them to his home, out of reach of Ener's mantra. Despite this show of force, the 3 pirates didn't flinch and decided to get their boat and friends back, whatever the cost.
Afterwards, Ener informed his 4 prelates that territorial restrictions were no longer in effect, and that they could go wherever they pleased. He also told them that the Maxim was ready.
Ener Survival Game
The final battle, which he called the Survival Game, was intended to pit all the fighters against each other, with the aim of selecting the strongest who could then accompany him on "Fairy Vearth". At the start of the fight, Ener predicted that there would be only five survivors (including himself). However, Ener's prediction proved to be wrong, as there was one fighter not "felt" by Ener: Monkey D. Luffy. In this "Game", Ener launched his 50 Sacred Guard warriors, led by Yama, into battle. On the Vogue Merry, Ener seemed to tell his predecessor that he was about to leave the island. When Sanji and Usopp attack him, he uses his Demon Fruit ability to electrocute them, plunging them into unconsciousness. Immediately afterwards, Satori's younger brothers Hotori and Kotori arrive for revenge, but are defeated by Nami and Gan Forr. In the course of these minor events, the number of warriors still competing in his treacherous game continued to dwindle.
Bored, Ener decided to take part in his "game" and attacked the Shandia warrior, Kamakiri. With the help of his mantra, he was able to find out what the warrior was thinking at that very moment, destabilizing him. Kamakiri told him that his mantra could hide nothing from him. Ener refuted, saying that it was written on his face, and that he shouldn't normally take part in his game. Ener then decided to give Kamakiri 5 minutes to try and kill him, during which time he would not move. However, once the five minutes were up, he would fight. With that, Kamakiri began to attack the God.
Kamakiri, still within the 5 minutes allowed to fight Ener, realized that no one could defeat lightning. Kamakiri decided at the last moment to flee and warn Wiper of their enemy's incredible abilities, but Ener told him that the 5 minutes were up and counterattacked. Ener defeats Kamakiri using 1,000,000 Vari volts. The attack is transmitted across the Milky Road and kills 20 other fighters present on this road at the time of the attack, Shandia warriors and Sacred Guard soldiers. Ener then sums up that, after two hours of combat and with 81 people having started the fight, 56 have been defeated. This leaves 13 from his army, five from the Straw Hat crew and 7 Shandia warriors, for a total of 25 remaining. He wonders who will accompany him. Ener, still in the survival game, is determined to fulfill his prediction.
Laki is seen walking along the Milky Road, wondering why everyone near this road was burnt as if by lightning. She finds Kamakiri who in turn tells her to find Wiper and advise him that Ener is not at God's sanctuary and that no one can beat him. Kamakiri says that Ener is electricity itself and that he is invincible. Laki then thinks that Goro Goro no Mi, being considered invincible, means that Wiper can't beat him.
Wiper arrives at the foot of Giant Jack and tries to climb up, but Ohm intercepts him. Gan Forr seems to be saying that Ener is no longer at the divine shrine. The Shandia then attacks the ancient god, saying that for him, Ener and he are of the same nature. Laki, soon reaching Wiper's location, is suddenly stopped by Ener. Paralyzed by fear, Wiper yells at him to leave. She pulls herself together and tries to attack Ener by shooting at him, but to no avail. Wiper then witnesses Ener's attack on one of his best fighters and friends. He vows to make her pay for this affront.
Zoro, having defeated Ohm, meets Gan Forr and Wiper. Robin soon arrives from the ruins below. Ener recognizes Robin as a brilliant archaeologist and tells her that she's a few years behind in her search for the gold the city once contained. Robin asks him if he has the golden bell too, but then realizes that he hasn't found it yet. Robin rejects the idea that, if Ener hasn't found it, then it never arrived in the sky. Ener then "feels" 3 presences on Upper Yard. Seeing that they were Pagaya, Conis and Moyle, a soldier from Gan Forr's former guard whom he had annihilated, he uses divine judgment. Ener then uses the Sango attack, which destroys the divine palace and its occupants.
Gan Forr and Nami manage to escape the snake, accidentally leaving Luffy, Aisa and Pierre behind. Ener then electrocutes the python, ending the survival game's time limit. Wiper was stunned to see that in a single attack Ener had managed to defeat the python that he and Zoro put together hadn't even managed to wound. Ener then appeared before Wiper, telling him that the game was not over. Ener informs the 6 survivors of the survival game, including himself. He offers them the chance to fight amongst themselves over who will accompany him. All four refuse Ener's choice, but point their weapons at him. Ener, amused, calls them insolent.
At this point, Ener explains why he wants to destroy Skypiéa. He says that people living in the sky is unnatural, and that as a God it's his job to keep the natural order. He then tells Gan Forr that he intends to leave this island and go to "Fairy Vearth", a place where a neutral land stretches as far as the eye can see, a world where only God deserves to live. Gan Forr, irritated, tells Ener that "God" is only a title given to the governor of Skypiéa. Ener then gives the reason for the death of his predecessor's former subordinates. The enraged "Sky Knight" attacked Ener, but the latter retaliated by using 20,000,000 Volts: Vari to disable the old man.
Ener, having defeated Gan Forr, invites the other five to join him and set off for "Fairy Vearth". Robin asks what will happen if they refuse, to which he replies that he has already decided to destroy the island and them with it if they don't come. However, Ener informs him that he won't leave until he's found the golden bell, an object worthy of a "God" like him. Following Robin's deductions, Ener is able to say that the golden belfry is located at the top of Giant Jack.
While Ener concentrates on Zoro and Robin, Wiper sees an opening. With Sea Granite in his skates, Ener loses his intangibility and weakens. Ener asked him if he wanted to join him, but the warrior replied that what he wanted was to die, even if it meant sacrificing himself. He then used a Reject-Dial, a weapon 10 times more powerful than a simple Impact-Dial. Ener fell to the ground, unconscious. Moments later, however, Ener unconsciously uses his power to start his heart again, like an electric shock. The God indicates that he had warned Wiper, but that he had chosen the wrong opponent. With that, Ener strikes one of his drums with his staff, releasing a 30,000,000 volt electric shock, which appears in the form of a bird. Zoro seizes the opportunity, grabs Wiper's skate and tries to attack Ener, but Ener sees him coming and defeats him too.
Ener then heads for Nami, who is the only person unharmed, and realizes that Wiper has decided to get up again. He wonders why he still wants to fight. The shandia replies that he's fighting for his ancestors. Ener hit him again with "El Thor". Nami, panic-stricken, said she would follow him wherever he went. After walking for a while, Nami is stunned by Ener's ark. He claims to have used all the gold in the City of Gold to complete it.
Meanwhile, Luffy's group, who have managed to escape from the python, spot Ener's victims. Robin, barely conscious, explains the situation. Aisa in turn explains that she can use her mantra to lead Luffy to him. At Angel Beach, Conis tries to convince everyone to leave the island, but she is considered a heretic. To prove her point, she shouts loudly that she doesn't consider Ener a God, and everyone flees to escape God's judgment. However, when nothing happens to her, they realize she's right - after all, Ener will soon destroy the whole country, so why kill just one person now says Conis. They panic and flee, but the White Berets manage to bring order to the evacuation, allowing everyone to escape.
Ener vs Luffy !
Finally, Luffy meets Ener and the "God" realizes that he can't inflict damage on Luffy because the latter is made of rubber. In the great battle between the Straw Hat Captain and Ener, it's clear that Luffy is more than a challenger to Ener due to rubber's insensitivity to lightning, even to the God's most powerful discharges, and Ener is momentarily unable to react being in shock. The God had never heard of rubber, as the material does not exist on the celestial islands. He used his Mantra to predict Luffy's movements and attacks. He changed his staff into a burning trident to finally hurt Luffy. He then tells our Captain that he's just a "Simple" Paramecia and that even though he can stretch his limbs, his body structure doesn't prevent him from feeling the heat. Luffy continues to fight Ener, thinking of ways to bypass his ability to predict his movements.
His ego bruised, and frightened to have found his natural enemy, Ener still manages to get rid of Luffy temporarily by using his powers to heat the gold in his ark and shaping a huge ball of gold on the pirate's right arm as a "reward" for a valiant fight. Ener then told Luffy that he would no longer be able to defeat him. Luffy simply tells him that there are a lot of guys in the blue sea who dream of "doing his bidding". Unsatisfied, the god struck Luffy, causing him to fall.
The ball's heat burns Luffy, while its enormous weight drives him inexorably towards the ground. Ener tells Nami that two of her team-mates have slipped aboard, but that it would be foolish to try to save her. Nami tried her best to attack Ener, but to no avail.
She manages to use Thunder Ball to deflect Ener's weaker attacks. Sanji and Usopp finally arrive. Usopp distracts Ener while Nami prepares the Waver to jump into the clouds around Giant Jack's base, but as Ener prepares to kill them both, Sanji sacrifices himself, allowing them to escape. Immediately afterwards, the ship begins to lose altitude and an explosion sounds, revealing to Ener that Sanji has struck the machines enabling the Maxim Ark to fly. Ener manages to solve the problem, and Usopp, who has used one of his devices to stick to the side of the ship, climbs back up and jumps in with Sanji.
With Luffy out of reach, Ener continues his plan to destroy all of Skypiéa. Ener triggers a storm-cloud-creating machine and with a small sphere of his clouds manages to destroy a small island adjoining Angel Island. The rest of the clouds cover Upper Yard and hundreds of bolts of lightning strike the "Sacred Land".
Ener finally reaches the top of Giant Jack and finds nothing, but manages to see Luffy just below him. Ener then attacks him using his power and knocks him much lower. Despite being back where he started, Luffy perseveres. The pirate tries to board Ener's Maxime Ark, but the god won't let him and knocks him down again. He then finds the Golden Bell of Shandora. For their part, Luffy and Nami send a message to those at the foot of the Giant Bean, "Bring down Giant Jack a l'Ouest". The straw hats, Wiper and Gan Forr began to attack the stem, so that Giant Jack fell as planned.
Nami noticed the bean's inclination, then turned on the throttle with her Waver possessing a Jet-Dial (a rare and powerful dial) without knowing if she would be able to control it. Luffy, also on the Waver, cheered her on. Gan Forr and the others could only cheer them on as they saw the duo climb.
Ener sneers, then decides to attack the bean too, knocking it in the wrong direction so as not to fight. Ener then yells at Luffy that, although he's safe from the electricity, he won't be able to reach him.
As the bean begins to wobble, the Waver leaps toward Maxim Ark, with Luffy shouting "I've come to ring the golden bell, Ener!". The "God" says it's too late, declaring that the last sphere of storm clouds is big enough to destroy the island. Luffy, thanks to Nami, jumps from the Waver towards the storm cloud itself, much to Ener's surprise, while Nami tells Luffy that he's going to die, due to the high air pressure and the excessive electric current. Ener laughed and wondered how he was going to overcome his ultimate weapon, as the beanstalk crashed to the ground. Luffy attacks "Gomu Gomu no: Storm", throwing the large golden ball attached to his arm into the storm cloud, determined not to let anyone die. While Ener is shocked, realizing that Luffy is using the golden ball as an electrical conductor, "sucking" all the electricity out of the "Raigo".
With the threat neutralized, Luffy wraps his arm around the golden ball attached to him for a final attack on Ener. In retaliation for his thwarted attack, Ener uses the full potential of his powers and transforms into a giant God of Thunder. His attack shows its full power. This doesn't deter Luffy, for even in this form, he makes himself an easy target. Ener catches Luffy with his trident, thinking he's won because Luffy will either be burned by the trident's heat or fall. Luffy decides to fall but, much to Ener's dismay, he manages to grab a solid cloud and flies back into the air, in the perfect position to hit Ener. He launches his final attack, the "Gomu Gomu no Rifle Ougon". In a last attempt, Ener launched a 200,000,000 volt discharge without success. He then contemplates Luffy's attack, calling it too fast to dodge and too powerful to counter. As well as knocking Ener down, Luffy broke the golden ball by smashing it into the Golden Bell. Just as legend had foretold, when the bell rings again, the war is over. As the Maxime was powered by Ener's energy, it too sank.
Although he fell into the White Sea, Ener managed to get back on his ship and headed for Fairy Vearth.
After traveling through space aboard the Maxime, Ener finally reaches the moon. After exploring a crater, he discovers a being made of iron. This little being survives an electric shock from Ener. We later learn that it was First Lieutenant Spacey, and that he and his comrades were fighting Space Pirates.
After a brief scene in which Spacey is in mourning, Ener witnesses an attack on Spacey by a space pirate. The pirate attempts to attack Ener, but is quickly defeated. The "God" then hears a great explosion on the moon's surface. The Space Pirates having destroyed his ark, Ener furiously "punished" them.
After Ener had finished punishing the pirates, First Lieutenant Spacey thanked him for avenging his comrades and Tsukumi. Ener then descended into the crater created by the Space Pirates and entered a cavern. Inside, he found an apparently abandoned city hidden deep beneath the lunar surface. Seeing these ruins, Ener decided to destroy them. His electrical attack on the ruins, however, travelled through them and activated several other dormant robots.
Ener and 4 Spaceys then studied some murals from the moon's past. The fresco depicted an ancient civilization with wings that lived on the moon. These people who created the Moon Spaceys lived in a city called "Bilca", like Ener's homeland. The technologically advanced civilization ran out of resources on the moon. Because of this, they flew to a "blue-colored star", Earth, with balloons to find more resources.
After studying the paintings and contemplating the countless robots still dormant, Ener realized he had an abundance of land and many disciples. With these, Ener created a new empire on the moon with the Spaceys as his followers.
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