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Death Gatling (デスガトリング, Desu Gatoringu) is an A-Class Rank 8 professional hero for the Hero Association.

AppearanceEdit

Death Gatlin 2

Death Gatling full appearance

Death Gatling is a young man with black unkempt hair and a cross-shaped scar on the left side of his face. He wears a white cloak, a black leather outfit with many belt attached and has a Gatling gun in place of his left arm.

PersonalityEdit

Death Gatling is very strategic when up against monsters. He is very concerned about how his class of heroes are viewed and hates losing face, sometimes leading him to fight opponents that are too powerful.

PlotEdit

Human Monster SagaEdit

Monster Raid ArcEdit

Death Gatling is seen working with Butterfly DX and Bone to fight with the Hundred-Eyes Octopus, but all three heroes are easily defeated.[1]

Super Fight ArcEdit

Death Gatling later gathers five other heroes to attack Hundred-Eyes Octopus, but is stopped when Flashy Flash shows up, when he was belittled by him.[2]

After Flashy Flash proceeds to blind the monster by slicing all of its eyes, the monster squirms in pain, destroying even more infrastructure nearby. Death Gatling tells everyone to retreat and saves Red Muffler from one of the monster's falling tentacles.[3] For the rest of the fight he is able to do nothing but watch as Flashy Flash and Tatsumaki argue about the monster.[4]

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He is later attacked by Garou and is nearly killed before Genos arrives.

Abilities and PowersEdit

As one of the highest ranked A-Class heroes, it can be assumed that he is a highly capable individual despite being easily defeated by Garou. Like his fellow top 10 A-Class heroes his power is presumably borderline S-Class.

EquipmentEdit

Gatling Gun: Has a high-powered Gatling gun in place of his left arm.

Major Battles Edit

Trivia Edit

  • Originally, Murata wanted to draw him in a femmine style, but went with the Western style due to him being in the same pannel as Flashy Flash.

ReferenceEdit

  1. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 61, page 24-26
  2. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 68, page 9-14
  3. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 68, page 15-27
  4. One-Punch Man Manga; Chapter 68, page 28-39

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