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Gomu Gomu no Mi
The Gomu Gomu no Mi is a Paramecia-type Devil Fruit that gives the user’s body the properties of rubber, making the user a Rubber Human (ゴム人間, Gomu Ningen?).
It was originally a treasure that was heavily guarded by the World Government, and later stolen by Shanks and his crew, before it was accidentally eaten by the series protagonist Monkey D. Luffy.
- “Gomu” means “rubber” in Japanese.
- In the Viz Manga, 4Kids and Funimation dubs, it is called the Gum-Gum Fruit, “gum” being a soft, cohesive substance designed for chewing, with elastic properties.
The Gomu Gomu no Mi is a violet, spherical shaped fruit with a stem sprouting out of the top, with swirls that go in a curly “S” like-pattern. Its overall appearance greatly resembles a Yubari King.
While its final design has the characteristic Devil Fruit swirls all over it, the fruit was initially drawn without them in the first version of Romance Dawn.
Strengths and Weaknesses
The fruit’s major strength, as demonstrated by Luffy, is that the user’s body can stretch, bend, bounce, inflate, and twist like rubber, even when the user himself is nullified.
Unlike most other Devil Fruits, the effects of the Gomu Gomu no Mi are always active, making the user’s body permanently rubbery. The user becomes almost completely immune to blunt damage, including hand-to-hand combat, blunt weapons, bullets, and even cannonballs, all of which will just bounce off from his skin. Situations like falls from great heights and heavy collisions that would kill a normal person end up not being lethal or even painful, and certain traps and hazards are rendered ineffective considering the user’s enhanced flexibility.
Furthermore, thanks to rubber’s natural insulating properties, the user is also immune to electrical attacks, such as those from the Goro Goro no Mi, Electro or Zeus. His immunity to electricity also allows him to hit Enel, the user of the Goro Goro no Mi (an electricity Logia) without needing Haki.
Thanks to Luffy’s own creativity, both in and out of combat, this fruit has consistently proven itself to be among the most formidable, versatile, and unpredictable within the Paramecia class. The user’s ability to stretch and twist like rubber to extreme lengths not only makes him immune to injuries that originate from such, but it also allows him to rebound, which can give him a great advantage in and out of battle. Stretching also allows the user to drastically increase the range of what would otherwise be considered a powerful close-range attack, turning it into a devastating mid-range or long-range attack. A stretched limb can also be used to store potential energy like a stretched spring, increasing the velocity by stretching his arm back resulting in increased power. Combined with Haki, his power is increased even more.
Luffy has also shown a limited ability of moving in mid-air, by grabbing onto something with an extended limb and pulling himself away from what could have been a fatal attack. This gives Luffy the option of several jumping and airborne attacks that would have been disadvantageous to most other people.
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The fruit enables all parts of the consumer’s body to behave like rubber, including organs. As such, Luffy has a bigger appetite than the average human, eating more than anyone else in his crew and always digesting it before anyone else is hungry again. His elastic properties also grant him some resistance towards underwater pressure, allowing him to fight while surrounded by an underwater environment.
In the anime, Luffy has used his stretching abilities to inhale great amounts of air to thus exhale a big gust of wind; this application of his powers was used to blow away Marigold’s poisonous vapor from her venom spit and Magellan’s poison breath.
Despite all the great advantages Luffy gets by using his fruit, there are a number of weaknesses. One major risk of Luffy’s powers is that his stretched limbs take a moment to unstretch back into place, leaving him vulnerable to attacks in the moments when his limbs are stretched, as Buggy and Kuro both demonstrated early on in the series. Luffy, however, has adapted his fighting style to minimize this risk.
Initially, Luffy’s body was similar to a rubber band, requiring him to use excessive motion to “throw” an attack. After the time-skip though, the extra movement became unnecessary, and Luffy is able to stretch easily. Additionally, rubber has a maximum limit to how far it can stretch; in the first SBS, Oda stated that Luffy’s maximum stretching distance is “72 Gomu Gomus“. Attempting to go beyond this length can cause the user to bleed and be at risk of ripping.
Luffy, of course, also suffers the same weaknesses to water, like Fish-Man Karate and Seastone, as other Devil Fruit users. However, he sometimes appears to forget about this particular downside. And while contact with water and Seastone does drain Luffy of his energy and nullify his rubber-like ability to absorb blunt attacks (as with Smoker’s jutte), his actual body still maintains its rubber-like make, allowing a third party to stretch his body for him.
In his youth, Luffy had a problem controlling his own abilities. Though he had an idea of how they would work, Luffy had trouble with aiming and the timing of his attacks, and he was continuously sent spinning by the recoil. However, he managed to counter these weaknesses with his continuous training in the jungle by the time he left to be a pirate.
The Gomu Gomu no Mi user is also susceptible to Busoshoku Haki. Similar to water’s effects, the usage of Haki only nullifies Luffy’s ability to absorb blunt attacks. It does not however, revert Luffy’s body to unstretchable flesh. Through the use of Busoshoku Haki, Luffy’s grandfather was able to hurt him using only his fist (though Garp attributed this to “love”). When Luffy’s crewmates (usually Nami) get angry at him, their punches are able to bypass Luffy’s immunity to blunt attacks, although this is purely for comedic effect.
Another weakness noted by Doflamingo is that when Busoshoku Haki is applied to a part of Luffy’s body, it stops being rubbery. This is proven with Luffy’s Gomu Gomu no Thor Elephant Gun, where, despite rubber being a natural insulator of electricity, the Busoshoku Haki-enhanced attack itself discharges it. This weakness is negated by Gear Fourth however.
The powers of the fruit have been used by Luffy in a variety of ways. These range from simply moving from one place to another in a rather reckless manner, to attacking an enemy with a barrage of fast and strong punches. He has also developed several peculiar methods of combat as time passed, adapting new forms by manipulating his elastic body, most prominent his “Gear Second” and “Gear Third” forms, allowing him to momentarily increase his strength in combat. After the timeskip, he has learned to use Haki in conjunction with the fruit’s powers, as well as having more control over his forms. Later, during the time skip, Luffy developed a form known as Gear Fourth.
Of course Luffy, being who he is, does not only use his ability for battle. When with his crew, or even when partying with others, Luffy tends to use his elastic properties for the humor and joy of others, such as making funny faces, or using his elastic body to play around. Often throughout the series he would stretch his arm and steal food from others, much to their annoyance. He also uses his powers for transportation purposes, a primary example being his “Gomu Gomu no Rocket,” which has him grab something with his arms and fire himself like a slingshot, which helps him travel great distances quickly. Luffy also has no problem letting other people play with his stretching body, which people tend to take advantage of.
Twelve years ago, the fruit was on a government ship being guarded by the then CP9 agent Who’s-Who, but it was stolen by the Red Hair Pirates. For a currently unclear reason, the fruit seemed to have been heavily valued by the World Government, as evidenced by Who’s-Who being stationed to guard it; additionally, Who’s-Who’s failure to protect the fruit directly led to his dismissal from CP9 and eventual imprisonment.
East Blue Saga
Romance Dawn Arc
During a visit to the friendly port of Foosha Village, the Red Hair Pirates took the fruit into a local bar, where it was found and unwittingly eaten by the seven-year-old Monkey D. Luffy.
Early One Piece
According to Eiichiro Oda, Luffy was conceptualized with stretching powers specifically to allow for a “silly” fighting style that could make battles amusing as well as dramatic. As such, the Gomu Gomu no Mi is one of the few elements apart from Luffy himself to be included in both of the series’ Romance Dawn prototypes:
- The first Romance Dawn, much like One Piece proper, depicts the fruit as the property of the Red Hair Pirates, which Luffy nonchalantly eats. It also describes the fruit’s origins as a “legend tree” (幻の木, Maboroshi no ki?) that appears only once every fifty years.
- The second Romance Dawn depicts the fruit as the property of Luffy’s grandfather (here an unnamed, retired pirate, but drawn largely identical to Monkey D. Garp), once again nonchalantly eaten by Luffy. This version notably depicts Luffy’s first named attack: Right-Hand Stopper. Like in the final version of the One Piece manga, the fruit was first taken from an enemy.
(According to a separate interview, the fruit’s original name was simply the “Gomu no Mi” (ゴムの実, “Gomu no Mi”?), but Oda changed it after an editor recalled this to be the name of a real-life fruit.)
Anime and Manga Differences
In the manga, Luffy ate the fruit—unnoticed—while Higuma and his gang began accosting the Red Hair Pirates, and his first demonstration of ability was when Shanks grabbed Luffy’s arm when the boy was angrily walking out, only for the arm to stretch across the bar before the boy noticed. The anime’s adaptation of these events depicts Luffy eating it out of anger directly stemming from Shanks’ blithe attitude toward the bandits. In addition, the anime has Shanks notice Luffy eating the fruit almost immediately, and even heave Luffy upside-down in an effort to dislodge it, resulting in Luffy’s legs stretching as the first demonstration of the power rather than his arm.
However, most if not all subsequent adaptations of Chapter 1, such as the Episode of Luffy special and Episode 878, are closer to the manga’s version of events.
Translation and Dub Issues
Viz, 4Kids, and Funimation all translate this fruit’s name as the “Gum-Gum Fruit”. This translation comes from the etymology of the Japanese word “Gomu”. “Gomu” is a loan word from Dutch, it comes from “Gom” which is used in Dutch to refer to rubber to identify it as “natural rubber” instead of “synthetic rubber”. This is not only true of Japanese, but most worldly language derive their word for “Rubber” from “Gum”.
Viz most likely selected “Gum-Gum” as a translation over “Rubber Rubber” due to “Gum” being phonically similar to “Gomu”. The only English version of the series to ever translate it out as the “Rubber Rubber Fruit” is the Odex version. This is because it has no connections to the North American versions at all. Despite translating Gomu as “Gum”, all English versions refer to Luffy as a “rubber man”.
In the Filipino dub of One Piece, the word used is “Goma-Goma”, “goma” being the word for “rubber”.
In the anime, the description of Luffy’s cell in Charlotte Mont-d’Or’s book prison, the fruit’s name is romanized as “Gomgom no mi”.
Curiously, the Viz manga describes the fruit as “of the Gum-Gum Tree” in at least two chapters (as well as an early promotional blurb), apparently in conflation with the origin given by the aforementioned Romance Dawn prototypes. To date, whether this origin actually applies to One Piece proper has been neither proven nor disproven in-story.
- One Piece Magazine Vol.6 features an illustration of Roronoa Zoro having hypothetically been granted the Gomu Gomu no Mi’s powers. Eiichiro Oda drew it following a fan request.
- This is the first Devil Fruit, as well as the first Paramecia-type Devil Fruit to be seen in the series. It is also the first Devil Fruit to be seen before its consumption.
- Luffy has far more named Devil Fruit attacks than any other Devil Fruit user.
- In Romance Dawn, Version 2, the Gomu Gomu no Mi was estimated by Luffy’s grandfather to be worth 5.000.000.000.
- This value is the same as the one estimated by Diez Barrels for the Ope Ope no Mi.
- Both Gecko Moria and Charlotte Brûlée were able to imitate the usage of the Gomu Gomu no Mi using their Devil Fruits, the Kage Kage no Mi and Mira Mira no Mi respectively. While Brûlée mirrored the techniques herself, Moria used Kage Kakumei to manipulate Oars’ shadow to perform the attacks.
- Other characters have imitated the naming pattern of the fruit’s techniques.
- Oars has used an attack called “Gomu Gomu no Shirimochi” during his fight against the Straw Hats.
- In the anime, Bentham tried to fool Magellan by using Gomu Gomu no Okama Pistol, Okama Gatling, and Okama Giant Scythe, though he only copy the naming pattern and not the attacks themselves.
- Gasparde and Charlotte Katakuri both mimicked the Gomu Gomu no Mi’s rubbery physiology via their Devil Fruits that allows them to turn their bodies into a substance that possesses elastic properties:
- Gasparde’s Ame Ame no Mi turns his body into candy syrup, that he can stretch forward, and create a slingshot effect with his arms similar to Luffy’s “Gomu Gomu no Rocket”.
- Katakuri’s Mochi Mochi no Mi turns his body into sticky mochi, which he can stretch forward very much like Luffy’s. He can also expand his limbs to mimic the “Gomu Gomu no Elephant Gun”.
- One of the fans asked Oda if Luffy’s penis could stretch, and Oda answered that it could.
- One of the fans asked Oda why he gave Luffy rubber powers, and Oda answered that it was because it was the funniest power, explaining that no matter how serious the story in the manga was, the reader would be able to relax and observe with interest what is happening.
- This question was asked from Oda twice, first in Shonen Jump, and then in SBS.
- Rubber – Wikipedia article about rubber
- Yubari King – Wikipedia article about the actual fruit the Devil Fruit is apparently shaped after
- Rubber Man – TV tropes wiki article on the rubber super power trope
- Firearm – Wikipedia article about firearms in general for which a majority of Luffy’s Devil Fruit techniques are named after
- Blood Doping – Wikipedia article on the process Gear Second utilizes
- Ruffys Attacken – German One Piece Encyclopedia article listing Luffy’s attacks
Devil Fruits Paramecia Canon: Gomu Gomu no Mi • Bara Bara no Mi • Sube Sube no Mi • Bomu Bomu no Mi • Kiro Kiro no Mi • Hana Hana no Mi • Doru Doru no Mi • Baku Baku no Mi • Mane Mane no Mi • Supa Supa no Mi • Toge Toge no Mi • Ori Ori no Mi • Bane Bane no Mi • Ito Ito no Mi • Noro Noro no Mi • Doa Doa no Mi • Awa Awa no Mi • Beri Beri no Mi • Sabi Sabi no Mi • Shari Shari no Mi • Horo Horo no Mi • Yomi Yomi no Mi • Kage Kage no Mi • Suke Suke no Mi • Nikyu Nikyu no Mi • Jiki Jiki no Mi • Ope Ope no Mi • Shiro Shiro no Mi • Wara Wara no Mi • Oto Oto no Mi • Mero Mero no Mi • Doku Doku no Mi • Horu Horu no Mi • Choki Choki no Mi • Gura Gura no Mi • Kira Kira no Mi • Poke Poke no Mi • Woshu Woshu no Mi • Fuwa Fuwa no Mi • Mato Mato no Mi • Fuku Fuku no Mi • Hobi Hobi no Mi • Buki Buki no Mi • Guru Guru no Mi • Beta Beta no Mi • Zushi Zushi no Mi • Bari Bari no Mi • Nui Nui no Mi • Giro Giro no Mi • Ato Ato no Mi • Jake Jake no Mi • Pamu Pamu no Mi • Sui Sui no Mi • Ton Ton no Mi • Hira Hira no Mi • Ishi Ishi no Mi • Fude Fude no Mi • Nagi Nagi no Mi • Chiyu Chiyu no Mi • Soru Soru no Mi • Mira Mira no Mi • Pero Pero no Mi • Bisu Bisu no Mi • Bata Bata no Mi • Buku Buku no Mi • Kuri Kuri no Mi • Shibo Shibo no Mi • Memo Memo no Mi • Mochi Mochi no Mi • Hoya Hoya no Mi • Netsu Netsu no Mi • Kuku Kuku no Mi • Gocha Gocha no Mi • Oshi Oshi no Mi • Kobu Kobu no Mi • Kibi Kibi no Mi • Toki Toki no Mi • Juku Juku no Mi • Maki Maki no Mi Non-Canon: Goe Goe no Mi • Hiso Hiso no Mi • Kama Kama no Mi • Kachi Kachi no Mi • Nemu Nemu no Mi • Mini Mini no Mi • Atsu Atsu no Mi • Noko Noko no Mi • Ami Ami no Mi • Kopi Kopi no Mi • Mosa Mosa no Mi • Modo Modo no Mi • Gutsu Gutsu no Mi • Peto Peto no Mi • Kone Kone no Mi • Moa Moa no Mi • Kyubu Kyubu no Mi • Maji Maji no Mi • Nito Nito no Mi • Hore Hore no Mi • Nuke Nuke no Mi • Koro Koro no Mi • Jara Jara no Mi • Iro Iro no Mi • Goru Goru no Mi • Raki Raki no Mi • Nepa Nepa no Mi • Mono Mono no Mi • Bijo Bijo no Mi • Ute Ute no Mi • Pocha Pocha no Mi • Bana Bana no Mi • Deri Deri no Mi • Dero Dero no Mi • Basu Basu no Mi • Gasha Gasha no Mi • Nibi Nibi no Mi SBS: Gero Gero no Mi • Samu Samu no Mi • Muzu Muzu no Mi, Model: Kokan Zoan Canon (Natural): Ushi Ushi no Mi, Model: Bison • Hito Hito no Mi • Tori Tori no Mi, Model: Falcon • Inu Inu no Mi, Model: Dachshund • Mogu Mogu no Mi • Inu Inu no Mi, Model: Jackal • Uma Uma no Mi • Neko Neko no Mi, Model: Leopard • Zou Zou no Mi • Inu Inu no Mi, Model: Wolf • Ushi Ushi no Mi, Model: Giraffe • Ryu Ryu no Mi, Model: Allosaurus • Hebi Hebi no Mi, Model: King Cobra • Hebi Hebi no Mi, Model: Anaconda • Tori Tori no Mi, Model: Phoenix • Hito Hito no Mi, Model: Daibutsu • Kame Kame no Mi • Sara Sara no Mi, Model: Axolotl • Mushi Mushi no Mi, Model: Kabutomushi • Mushi Mushi no Mi, Model: Suzumebachi • Zou Zou no Mi, Model: Mammoth • Tori Tori no Mi, Model: Albatross • Inu Inu no Mi, Model: Tanuki • Uo Uo no Mi, Model: Seiryu • Inu Inu no Mi, Model: Kyubi no Kitsune • Hebi Hebi no Mi, Model: Yamata no Orochi • Ryu Ryu no Mi, Model: Spinosaurus • Ryu Ryu no Mi, Model: Pteranodon • Hito Hito no Mi, Model: Onyudo • Ryu Ryu no Mi, Model: Brachiosaurus • Ryu Ryu no Mi, Model: Pachycephalosaurus • Ryu Ryu no Mi, Model: Triceratops • Kumo Kumo no Mi, Model: Rosamygale Grauvogeli • Neko Neko no Mi, Model: Saber Tiger • Inu Inu no Mi, Model: Okuchi no Makami Canon (Artificial): Artificial Devil Fruit (SMILE) Non-Canon: Tori Tori no Mi, Model: Eagle • Inu Inu no Mi, Model: Bake-danuki • Batto Batto no Mi, Model: Vampire • Tori Tori no Mi, Model: Nue Logia Canon: Moku Moku no Mi • Suna Suna no Mi • Mera Mera no Mi • Goro Goro no Mi • Hie Hie no Mi • Yami Yami no Mi • Pika Pika no Mi • Magu Magu no Mi • Numa Numa no Mi • Gasu Gasu no Mi • Yuki Yuki no Mi Non-Canon: Toro Toro no Mi • Pasa Pasa no Mi • Ame Ame no Mi Undetermined Class Canon: Tama Tama no Mi Non-Canon: Zuma Zuma no Mi • Meta Meta no Mi SBS: Ero Ero no Mi Related Articles Deterrents: Seastone • Busoshoku Haki Vehicles/Ships: Billower Bike • Chiryaku Ten’nen Maru • Striker • Maxim • Ao Chari • Flying Gas Balloon • Island Ship ≠ • Catapult ≠ Research: Rumble Ball • SAD • Lineage Factor Races: Zombies • Newkamas • Centaurs • Satyrs • Harpy • Toys • Homies Locations: Mirro-World Straw Hat Pirates Crew: Monkey D. Luffy • Roronoa Zoro • Nami • Usopp • Sanji • Tony Tony Chopper • Nico Robin • Franky • Brook • Jinbe • Nefertari Vivi ‡ Companions: Zeus • Karoo ‡ Main Ships: Going Merry † • Thousand Sunny Soldier Dock System: Shiro Mokuba I • Mini Merry II • Shark Submerge III • Kurosai FR-U IV • Brachio Tank V • General Franky Other Ships: Shimashima Shopping † • Karasumaru ‡ • Taru Tiger ‡ • Tarumanma ≠ † • Ma Ikkada ≠ † • Sexy Foxy ≠ ‡ Abilities Devil Fruit Based: Gomu Gomu no Mi (Main Techniques • Gear Second • Gear Third • Gear Fourth) • Hito Hito no Mi (Rumble Ball) • Hana Hana no Mi • Yomi Yomi no Mi Fighting Style Based: Haki (Kenbunshoku • Busoshoku • Haoshoku) • Black Leg Style (Diable Jambe) • Mutoryu • Fish-Man Karate (Fish-Man Jujutsu) Weapon Based: Santoryu (Ittoryu • Nitoryu • Kyutorryu) (Wado Ichimonji • Sandai Kitetsu • Yubashiri † • Shusui ‡ • Enma) • Kitsunebi-ryu • Art of Weather (Zeus) • Usopp’s Arsenal (Pop Green) • Soul Solid • Raid Suit • Nidai Kitetsu ‡ • Peacock Slashers ‡ Creations: Kuro Kabuto • Chopperphage • Armored Me • General Franky • Clima-Tact ‡ • Perfect Clima-Tact ‡ • Standard Sorcery Clima-Tact ‡ • Grow Up Sorcery Clima-Tact ‡ • Ginga Pachinko ‡ • Kabuto ‡ • Cyborg Tactics ‡ Support: Wapometal • Voice of All Things Related Articles Associated Locations: Goa Kingdom (Foosha Village • Mt. Colubo) • Rusukaina • Shimotsuki Village • Kuraigana Island • Oykot Kingdom • Conomi Islands (Cocoyasi Village • Arlong Park) • Weatheria • Gecko Islands (Syrup Village) • Boin Archipelago • Germa Kingdom • Baratie • Momoiro Island • Drum Island (Sakura Kingdom) • Torino Kingdom • Ohara • Arabasta • Baltigo • Water 7 • Karakuri Island • Florian Triangle • Kenzan Island • Fish-Man Island Former Memberships: Dadan Family • Impel Down • Arlong Pirates • Usopp Pirates • Germa 66 (Vinsmoke Family) • Foxy Pirates • Baroque Works • Revolutionary Army • Tom’s Workers • Franky Family • Rumbar Pirates • Ammo Knights • Sun Pirates • Seven Warlords of the Sea • Big Mom Pirates Others: Super Rookie • Worst Generation • Will of D. • Inherited Will • Straw Hat • Straw Hat Grand Fleet • Ninja-Pirate-Mink-Samurai Alliance Red Hair Pirates Members: Shanks • Benn Beckman • Lucky Roux • Yasopp • Rockstar Ships: Red Force Abilities Fighting Style Based: Haki Weapon Based: Gryphon Related Articles Story Arc(s): Romance Dawn Arc • Loguetown Arc • Jaya Arc • Post-Enies Lobby Arc • Marineford Arc • Post-War Arc • Levely Arc Cover Stories: From the Decks of the World: The 500,000,000 Man Arc Specials: Episode of Luffy • Episode of East Blue Locations: Foosha Village • New World (Yukiryu Island) Belongings: Gomu Gomu no Mi ‡ • Straw Hat ‡ Others: Four Emperors • Dracule Mihawk • Monkey D. Luffy • Roger Pirates Dawn Island Nobles: Sterry • Sarie Nantokanette • Outlook III • Didit • Sabo ‡ • Ahho Desunen IX • Ahho Zurako Other Residents: Monkey D. Luffy ‡ • Makino • Woop Slap • Gyoru • Chicken • Higuma † • Monster • Lord of the Coast • Monkey D. Garp • Monkey D. Dragon ‡ • Portgas D. Ace ‡ † • Curly Dadan • Dogra • Magra • Minatomo • Bluejam * • Porchemy † • Pochi ≠ • Naguri ≠ ‡ Visitors: Red Hair Pirates • Jalmack • Revolutionary Army Groups: Red Hair Pirates • Dadan Family • Bluejam Pirates Locations: Goa Kingdom (Foosha Village • Mt. Colubo • Midway Forest • Gray Terminal) Abilities Devil Fruit Based: Gomu Gomu no Mi Fighting Styles Based: Haki Related Articles Story Arcs: Romance Dawn Arc • Loguetown Arc • Post-Enies Lobby Arc • Chapter 0 • Post-War Arc • Dressrosa Arc • Wano Country Arc Cover Stories: From the Decks of the World • From the Decks of the World: The 500,000,000 Man Arc Specials: Episode of Luffy • Episode of Sabo • Episode of East Blue Others: Levely Worst Generation Members: Monkey D. Luffy • Roronoa Zoro • Capone Bege • Jewelry Bonney • Basil Hawkins • Scratchmen Apoo • Eustass Kid • X Drake • Urouge • Killer • Trafalgar D. Water Law • Marshall D. Teach Crews: Straw Hat Pirates • Fire Tank Pirates • Bonney Pirates • Hawkins Pirates • On Air Pirates • Kid Pirates • Drake Pirates • Fallen Monk Pirates • Heart Pirates • Blackbeard Pirates Ships: Thousand Sunny (Shiro Mokuba I • Mini Merry II • Shark Submerge III) • Nostra Castello † • Jewelry Margherita • Grudge Dolph • Stay Tune • Victoria Punk • Liberal Hind • Hanjomaru • Polar Tang • Saber of Xebec Abilities Devil Fruit Based: Gomu Gomu no Mi • Shiro Shiro no Mi • Wara Wara no Mi • Oto Oto no Mi • Jiki Jiki no Mi • Ryu Ryu no Mi, Model: Allosaurus • Ope Ope no Mi • Yami Yami no Mi • Gura Gura no Mi Sword Based: Wado Ichimonji • Sandai Kitetsu • Shusui • Enma • Saber • Kikoku Projectile Weapon Based: Firearms • KX Launcher Other Weapon Based: Punishers • Four-Bladed Axe • Seastone Spear Fighting Style Based: Santoryu/Kyutoryu • Haki Related Articles Related Groups: Ninja-Pirate-Mink-Samurai Alliance • Kid-On Air-Hawkins Alliance ‡ • Beasts Pirates • Big Mom Pirates ‡ • Sanji Retrieval Team-Fire Tank Alliance ‡ Story Arcs: Sea of Survival: Super Rookies Saga (Sabaody Archipelago Arc • Marineford Arc • Post-War Arc) • Return to Sabaody Arc • Fish-Man Island Arc • Punk Hazard Arc • Dressrosa Arc • Zou Arc • Whole Cake Island Arc • Levely Arc • Wano Country Arc Movies: One Piece: Stampede Others: Pirate • Super Rookie • Bounties • Duel at Banaro Island • Sabaody Archipelago • Summit War of Marineford • Will of D. • Rocky Port Incident • Payback War • Wano Country Will of D. Monkey Family: Monkey D. Garp • Monkey D. Dragon • Monkey D. Luffy Gol/Portgas Family: Gol D. Roger † • Portgas D. Rouge † • Portgas D. Ace † Other Carriers: Marshall D. Teach • Jaguar D. Saul † • Trafalgar D. Water Law • Rocks D. Xebec † Abilities Devil Fruit Based: Gomu Gomu no Mi • Mera Mera no Mi † • Yami Yami no Mi • Ope Ope no Mi • Gura Gura no Mi Fighting Style Based: Haki Weapons: Kikoku • Firearm Support: Voice of All Things Related Articles Organizations: Straw Hat Pirates • Whitebeard Pirates • Revolutionary Army • Marines • Roger Pirates • Blackbeard Pirates • Spade Pirates • Heart Pirates • Donquixote Pirates • Ninja-Pirate-Mink-Samurai Alliance • Rocks Pirates Others: Grand Line Times Davy Back Fight Canon Participants: Foxy • Porche • Hamburg • Kibagaeru • Fanged Toad Pirate Crewmembers • Capote • Monda • Pickles • Big Pan • Nami • Usopp • Tony Tony Chopper • Nico Robin • Roronoa Zoro • Sanji • Monkey D. Luffy Announcers: Itomimizu • Chuchun Civilians: Tonjit • Shelly Anime Only Participants: Mashikaku • Chiqicheetah • Jube • Girarin • Komei • Dojaku • Kansho • Franky • Brook * Other: Rokuroshi (Head Referee) ≠ Abilities Devil Fruit Based: Noro Noro no Mi • Gomu Gomu no Mi • Hito Hito no Mi • Hana Hana no Mi Fighting Style Based: Fish-Man Karate • Mutoryu • Afro • Gorilla Puncher • Gorilla Puncher 13 Related Articles Story Arcs: Long Ring Long Land Arc • Adventure of Nebulandia ≠ Locations: Pirate Island • Long Ring Long Land • Kinoko Island ≠ Locomotions: Sexy Foxy • Fanged Toad Pirates’ ship • Cutie Wagon • Going Merry • Taru Tiger • Harem No Tango ≠ • Kani Crane ≠ • Kaji King ≠ • Oyakata Bune ≠ • Look Special ≠ • Mother Ship Coaster ≠ • Tarumanma ≠ • Ma Ikkada ≠ Others: Pirate • Jolly Roger Corrida Colosseum Participants Donquixote Family: Diamante • Senor Pink ‡ • Dellinger ‡ • Lao G ‡ • Machvise ‡ Block A: Jesus Burgess * • Komaking ≠ Block B: Bartolomeo * • Bellamy • Elizabello II • Dagama • Abdullah • Jeet • Blue Gilly • Tank Lepanto • Ricky • Hack • Capman ‡ Block C: Lucy * (Monkey D. Luffy → Sabo) • Chinjao • Sai • Boo • Bobby Funk • Kelly Funk • Hajrudin • Jean Ango • Ideo • Ucy Block D: Rebecca * • Cavendish • Suleiman • Orlumbus • Mummy • Meadows • Agyo • Damask • Rolling Logan • Acilia • Gardoa ≠ Unknown Block: Spartan ‡ • Hera • Gambia ‡ • Inchikin ≠ • Justy ≠ Former Participants: Kyros ‡ Others Staff: Gatz Spectators: Franky • Issho • Aremo Ganmi • Mukkashimi Tower Animals: Fighting Fish Abilities Devil Fruit Based: Gomu Gomu no Mi • Bane Bane no Mi • Bari Bari no Mi • Jake Jake no Mi • Sui Sui no Mi • Hira Hira no Mi • Ton Ton no Mi Fighting Style Based: Haki • Fish-Man Karate • Jao Kun Do • Hasshoken • Ryusoken • Jio-Ken Weapons Based: Durandal Miscellaneous Locations: Dressrosa • Kano Country • Mogaro Kingdom • Prodence Kingdom • Rommel Kingdom • Majiatsuka Kingdom Prizes: Mera Mera no Mi Crews: Donquixote Pirates • Blackbeard Pirates • Straw Hat Pirates • Barto Club • Beautiful Pirates • Happo Navy • New Giant Warrior Pirates Organizations: Revolutionary Army • Marines • Yonta Maria Grand Fleet Story Arcs: Dressrosa Arc Super Rookie Members: Worst Generation (Monkey D. Luffy • Roronoa Zoro • Capone Bege • Jewelry Bonney • Basil Hawkins • Scratchmen Apoo • Eustass Kid • X Drake • Urouge • Killer • Trafalgar Law) • Portgas D. Ace • Cavendish • Caribou • Coribou • Bartolomeo Ships: Thousand Sunny (Shiro Mokuba I • Mini Merry II • Shark Submerge III) • Nostra Castello • Jewelry Margherita • Grudge Dolph • Stay Tune • Victoria Punk • Liberal Hind • Hanjomaru • Polar Tang • Piece of Spadille (Striker) • Numabou • Sleeping White Horse of the Forest • Going Luffy-senpai Abilities Devil Fruit Based: Gomu Gomu no Mi • Shiro Shiro no Mi • Wara Wara no Mi • Oto Oto no Mi • Jiki Jiki no Mi • Ryu Ryu no Mi, Model: Allosaurus • Ope Ope no Mi • Mera Mera no Mi • Numa Numa no Mi • Bari Bari no Mi Sword Based: Zoro’s Swords (Wado Ichimonji • Sandai Kitetsu • Yubashiri † • Shusui ‡ • Enma) • Saber • Kikoku • Durandal Projectile Weapon Based: Firearms • KX Launcher Other Weapon Based: Punishers • Four-Bladed Axe • Seastone Spear Fighting Style Based: Santoryu/Kyutoryu • Haki Related Articles Crews: Worst Generation (Straw Hat Pirates • Fire Tank Pirates • Bonney Pirates • Hawkins Pirates • On Air Pirates • Kid Pirates • Drake Pirates • Fallen Monk Pirates • Heart Pirates) • Spade Pirates • Caribou Pirates • Beautiful Pirates • Barto Club Related Groups: Whitebeard Pirates • Ninja-Pirate-Mink-Samurai Alliance • Kid-On Air-Hawkins Alliance ‡ • Straw Hat Grand Fleet • Beasts Pirates • Sanji Retrieval Team-Fire Tank Alliance ‡ Story Arcs: Sea of Survival: Super Rookies Saga (Sabaody Archipelago Arc • Marineford Arc • Post-War Arc) • Return to Sabaody Arc • Fish-Man Island Arc • Punk Hazard Arc • Caesar Retrieval Arc ≠ • Dressrosa Arc • Silver Mine Arc ≠ • Zou Arc • Whole Cake Island Arc • Wano Country Arc Cover Stories: Caribou’s Kehihihihi in the New World • The Stories of the Self-Proclaimed Straw Hat Grand Fleet • “Gang” Bege’s Oh My Family Others: Sabaody Archipelago • Pirate • Bounties Impel Down High Ranking Staff: Hannyabal • Magellan • Saldeath • Sadi • Domino • Shiryu ‡ Guards and Beasts: Sukoshiba Kanishitoru • Bazooka Unit • Jailer Beasts (Minotaurus • Minorhinoceros • Minokoala • Minozebra • Minochihuahua) • Basilisk • Sphinx Other Staff: Muchana • Marine Battleships Line Prisoners: Jean Goen • An Zengaiina • Pankuta Dakeyan • Kairo Kureyo • Bentham • Bellett • Donquixote Doflamingo • Dobby Ibadonbo • Doha Ittanka II • Olive ≠ • Shuzo ≠ • Chameleone ≠ • Smash ≠ • Bürst ≠ • Dandy ≠ Former Prisoners: Buggy ‡ • Galdino ‡ • Kinoko ‡ • Daz Bonez ‡ • Monkey D. Luffy ‡ • Inazuma ‡ • Emporio Ivankov ‡ • Usakkov ‡ • Tsunokkov ‡ • Newkamas ‡ • Francois ‡ • Shiki ‡ • Portgas D. Ace ‡ • Jinbe ‡ • Crocodile ‡ • Shiryu ‡ • Catarina Devon ‡ • Sanjuan Wolf ‡ • Vasco Shot ‡ • Avalo Pizarro ‡ • Morley ‡ • Arlong ‡ • Patrick Redfield ≠ ‡ • Byrnndi World ≠ ‡ • Douglas Bullet ≠ ‡ Abilities (Staff) Devil Fruit Based: Doku Doku no Mi Weapon Based: Kessui • Raiu ‡ Abilities (Prisoners) Devil Fruit Based: Bara Bara no Mi ‡ • Doru Doru no Mi ‡ • Mane Mane no Mi • Supa Supa no Mi ‡ • Gomu Gomu no Mi ‡ • Horu Horu no Mi ‡ • Choki Choki no Mi ‡ • Fuwa Fuwa no Mi ‡ • Suna Suna no Mi ‡ • Mera Mera no Mi ‡ • Ito Ito no Mi • Oshi Oshi no Mi ‡ • Moa Moa no Mi ≠ ‡ • Gasha Gasha no Mi ≠ ‡ Fighting Styles Based: Okama Kenpo • Haki • Fish-Man Karate ‡ Weapon Based: Oto and Kogarashi ‡ • Buggy Balls ‡ • Raiu ‡ Related Articles Story Arcs: Impel Down Arc • Chapter 0 • Fish-Man Island Arc • Levely Arc Cover Stories: From the Decks of the World Movies: One Piece: Stampede Related locations: Calm Belt • Gates of Justice • Levels (Level 1: Crimson Hell • Level 2: Wild Beast Hell • Level 3: Starvation Hell • Level 4: Blazing Hell • Level 5: Freezing Hell • Level 5.5: Newkama Land • Level 6: Eternal Hell) Others: World Government • Seven Warlords of the Sea • Baroque Works • Revolutionary Army • Kenju • Haribarisō • Newkamas Prisoner Mine Staff: Babanuki • Dobon • Daifugo • Solitaire • Alpacaman • Madilloman Prisoners ‡: Kawamatsu • Hyogoro • Caribou • Eustass Kid • Monkey D. Luffy • Killer • Tsunagoro • Cho • Omasa • Yatappe Abilities Devil Fruit Based: SMILE • Numa Numa no Mi • Jiki Jiki no Mi • Gomu Gomu no Mi Fighting Style Based: Haki • Kappa-ryu • Alpaca Kenpo Support: Seastone • Mummy (Excite Bullets • Excite Shot) Related Articles Story Arcs: Wano Country Arc Others: Wano Country (Udon) • Beasts Pirates • Queen World Government Leaders: Im • Five Elders • Kong Founders: Donquixote Family • Nefertari Family World Nobles: Rosward • Shalria • Charlos • Jalmack • Donquixote Mjosgard • Donquixote Homing ‡ • Donquixote Doflamingo ‡ • Donquixote Rosinante ‡ • Camael ≠ Affiliate Nations: Arabasta • Sakura Kingdom • Ilusia Kingdom • Sorbet Kingdom • Black Drum Kingdom • Goa Kingdom • Ryugu Kingdom • Dressrosa • Prodence Kingdom • Germa Kingdom ‡ • Lulusia Kingdom • Kano Country • Roshwan Kingdom • Ballywood Kingdom • Tajine Kingdom • Shishano Kingdom • Eigis Kingdom • Whiteland Kingdom • Deul Kingdom • Frauce Kingdom • Samba Kingdom • Bestland Kingdom • South Fire Kingdom • Chaco Kingdom • Jambalaya Kingdom • Gingaball Kingdom • Cameron Kingdom • Nagagutsu Kingdom • Beef Kingdom • Ringo Kingdom Associated Groups: Cipher Pol (0 • 5 • 6 • 7 • 9) • Marines • Seven Warlords of the Sea ‡ • Police • Jailer Beasts • Nobles Significant Locations: Gates of Justice • Mary Geoise (Pangaea Castle) • Enies Lobby † • Guanhao • Impel Down • Marine Headquarters (Marineford ‡ • New Marineford) • Red Port Government Employees Cipher Pol Agents: Spandam • Funkfreed • Rob Lucci • Hattori • Stussy • Kaku • Jabra * • Blueno * • Kumadori * • Fukurou * • Kalifa * • Nero ‡ • Spandine ‡ • Laskey ‡ • Who’s-Who ‡ • Wanze * • Jerry * Enies Lobby Staff: Baskerville • Watchdog Unit of the Law • Just Eleven Jurymen • Oimo ‡ • Kashii ‡ • Gatherine • Jorge Impel Down Staff: Hannyabal • Magellan • Domino • Sadi-chan • Saldeath • Shiryu ‡ • Sukoshiba Kanishitoru • Bazooka Unit • Muchana • Minotaurus • Minorhinoceros • Minokoala • Minozebra • Minochihuahua • Blue Gorillas • Puzzle Scorpions • Manticores • Basilisk • Sphinx • Wolf Unit Other Agents: Corgi Abilities Devil Fruit Based: Doa Doa no Mi • Neko Neko no Mi, Model: Leopard • Zou Zou no Mi • Inu Inu no Mi, Model: Wolf • Ushi Ushi no Mi, Model: Giraffe • Awa Awa no Mi • Doku Doku no Mi • Neko Neko no Mi, Model: Saber Tiger ‡ Fighting Style Based: Rokushiki • Ramen Kenpo • Seimei Kikan • Yontoryu • Doriki • Haki Weapon Based: Kessui • Raiu ‡ Related Articles Story Arcs: Loguetown Arc • Drum Island Arc • Arabasta Arc • Jaya Arc • Long Ring Long Land Arc • Water 7 Arc • Enies Lobby Arc • Post-Enies Lobby Arc • Thriller Bark Arc • Sabaody Archipelago Arc • Impel Down Arc • Chapter 0 • Post-War Arc • Return to Sabaody Arc • Fish-Man Island Arc • Punk Hazard Arc • Dressrosa Arc • Whole Cake Island Arc • Levely Arc Cover Stories: CP9’s Independent Report Movies: One Piece Film: Gold • One Piece: Stampede Events: Levely • Ohara Incident • Duel at Banaro Island • Summit War of Marineford • God Valley Incident Possessions: Straw Hat • Gomu Gomu no Mi ‡ Others: Bounties • Justice • Empty Throne
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