Devil Fruits are fabled fruits that, when consumed, endanger a person’s ability to ever swim again by bestowing various talents. The fruit and its type have an impact on the acquired capacity. Some fruits are exclusive to the One Piece manga. While others are only seen in the anime, giving each one an authentic feel. The main flaw of Devil Fruits is that they place the curse of the seas and oceans on their user. A person who has eaten a Devil Fruit cannot swim in the sea.
Ito Ito no Mi
The Ito Ito no Mi is a type of Paramecia Devil Fruit that enables its user to create and control invisible threads in order to use them to control adversaries like puppets, cut up anything, people, or buildings, and even to use them to “fly” in the sky by hooking these threads to the clouds, turning their user into “Man-Son.”
Hobi Hobi no Mi
The Hobi Hobi no Mi is a Devil Fruit of the Paramecia type that gives its owner the ability to make anything they touch into a toy and completely erase all evidence of their previous human existence. The user would experience eternal youth as a side consequence. Sugar ate the man.
Mero Mero no Mi
The Mero Mero no Mi is a type of Paramecia Devil Fruit that enables . Whoever consumes it to emit a ray that causes practically everyone who witnesses the user to fall in love with it . And turns to stone all those who feel (twisted) love toward the possessor.
The World Nobles who made Boa Hancock eat it owned this demon fruit. The owner of this fruit has the ability to send a beam that, like Foxy’s Noro Noro no Mi, freezes and transforms anyone who feels love—twisted or not—for them into stone. The stone is breakable. Some memories are lost for everyone who has experienced Mero Mero no Mi. Additionally, this Fruit contributes to the fact that anybody who watches Boa Hancock falls in love with her right away (or almost everyone; Luffy was an exception).
Pika Pika no Mi
Borsalino, a.k.a. Admiral Kizaru, eats a Devil Fruit similar to the Logia called Pika Pika no Mi. With the help of this Fruit, the person may produce, command, and transform into light, becoming a Man-Light. Additionally, it enables him to travel via reflection and move at the speed of light. Making him theoretically One Piece’s fastest man (by mirrors for example).The main advantage of this fruit, like all other fruits of the Logia kind. That it enables the user to create and control the fruit’s distinctive element. As a result, Kizaru is able to create and transform into light and utilize attacks based on this element.
Yami Yami no Mi
The Yami Yami no Mi is a Devil Fruit similar to the Logia that grants its owner the ability to create, become, and control darkness, changing them into Dark Man. Marshall D. Teach, who had taken the fruit from Satch, the leader of the Whitebeard Pirates’ Fourth Fleet, consumed it. It is claimed that this fruit is “special,” even for a Logia kind, and that the talent it bestows is “the most devilish.”
Magu Magu no Mi
Magu Magu no Mi is a Logia-type Devil Fruit that allows its user to become, generate and control magma at will. Transforming the user into Molten Man. The fruit’s powers were shown during the Battle of Marineford.
Admiral Commander-in-Chief Sakazuki, formerly known as Admiral Akainu, ate this fruit. Of all the Devil Fruits, the Magu Magu no Mi possesses the strongest offensive potential. The primary benefit of this Devil Fruit is that it enables Akainu to generate magma to use against his enemies.
The saltwater where the lava settles can bubble and an iceberg can rapidly melt due to the extreme heat. With this strength, he was able to wage a 10-day war and powerful enough to turn half of an island’s environment into a hellish firestorm.
Mera Mera no Mi
The Mera Mera no Mi is a Logia-type Devil Fruit that allows its user to create, control, and transform into the fire at will. Changing the user into a Fireman. This fruit was eaten by Portgas D. Ace and then, on the latter’s death, by Sabo. The strong point of this fruit is that it allows the user to produce as well as to become the element with which it is associated