- "Fuckin' ol' man!"
- —Mr. Draco
Draco D. Indiana (ドラコ・D・インディアナ Dorako Dī Indiana), known as the Undying Explorer (永遠探る Eiensaguru), is an elite member and prominent archaelogist of the Black Widow Pirates. He holds the rank of "Jurojin" within the crew, therefore, being the Secretary of Education.
Indiana is a far-skinned old man, who has a manly figure due to his defining characteristics. His hair is grey and short, reaching only his ears and having a few large strands on the forehead. The eyebrows are thick and the hair connects into a full trimmed beard. His eyes have green pupils and a shape between sharp and round, adding to his friendly behavior. Indiana's face has a straight square shape and is filled with wrinkles.
He is tall and has a well-built physique, despite his age, his height topping at 6'2" feet and his weight at 190 pounds. However, his large clothes do a good job in hiding his muscles most of the time.
The clothes Indiana uses the most are quite simple in appearance. They consist of a light, short-sleeved t-shirt which has a bent collar, a pair of brown pants which are held up by a simple black belt, and dark dress shoes. Covering all of this is his signature brown coat. Around his forearm and hands, he wears dark wristbands and white gloves. Finally, at the top of his head, Indiana sports a light fedora, which has a dark band close to its base.
Indiana is intelligent and well mannered by nature, speaking in a humble way even to those he hasn't formally met. He is also quite polite, knowing what words to choose depending on the person he adresses.
Furthermore, as stated, he uses certain words when adressing other people. Generally, Indiana uses "Watakushi" (わたくし), a very formal way to adress himself. While, as he speaks to people politely, he tends to use "Otaku" (おたく). When referring to Daddy L. Legs, Indiana either uses her surname or the pronoun "Anokata" (あのかた), showing how formal he can be with her. As he speaks for his crewmates sometimes, he uses the humble "Hei-sha" (へいしゃ).
He is rather dutiful when it comes to the Black Widow Crew. He was one of the three to volunteer to escort the Empress of Elbaf, Alessandra, and when meeting her, explained the whole situation to spare his own crewmates of doing so. As she arrives, Indiana quickly informs his Captain, and reassures his crewmates that he purposely took most of the responsability.
However, ever rarily, Indiana can lose his composure.
Powers & AbilitiesEdit
As one of the Shichifukujin and the Secretary of Education due to his immense wits and overall knowledge, in Legs' Empire, Indiana holds immense authority within the crew and country. This makes him one of the most important members of the crew. As such, he is the leader of the Education Department and oversees the influence of the Crew on its nations.
Ways of CombatEdit
- Main article: Bain Bain no Mi
Indiana can also determine a person's strength and willpower. Furthermore, he can use Kenbunshoku to feel auras over a large distance, noticing Alessandra's arrival before she came to the shore.
Vast Knowledge & ArchaeologyEdit
Indiana is quite an intelligent person, knowing a lot about the world around him, such that he was appointed as the Black Widow's Jurojin and top Archaeologist. Despite the previous Wano Country being different from the one under Legs' command, Indiana can appoint all of the differences and influences the land has passed through. He is even shown to know many of the old customs, architeture, and habits. Indiana also knows many about the other Kingdoms of the New World, specially the ones Legs has visited.
He knows a lot about dials and their many different types and applications. Despite their foreign fabrication, Indiana also knows how they are made.
Similarly, he also seems to know quite a bit about Adam Wood.
An unknown time ago, Indiana was shown staring at a small figure, which had quite an odd and unnerving appearance, in the dark corners of a castle. It trembles as Indiana questions why it was a certain someone's nameless child.
Reinforcements at WanoEdit
- Main article: The Proving
- He is based on Joseph Joestar from the JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Series.