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Clouds are floating masses of condensed water droplets. They are a primary aspect of the weather.

Many strange types of cloud exist in the world.

Types of Cloud[edit | edit source]

Sea Clouds[edit | edit source]

Main article: Sea Clouds

Sea Clouds, also called Ocean Clouds, are large water-like clouds. They form seas in the sky. One can almost sail on it as if it were water, except that Sea Clouds are slightly less dense than water, and as such, things that are dropped into it will sink faster than in normal water. Another difference of seas made of Sea Clouds from seas made of water is that there is no sea floor. However, they still affect Devil Fruit users like a regular body of water would. These clouds form two known seas: the White Sea and the White White Sea.

Sea Clouds are created when a compound in Seastone called "pyrobloin" is ejected into the air by volcanic eruptions and comes in contact with water vapors.[1]

Sea Clouds are not normally able to survive down at Blue Sea level.[2]

Island Clouds[edit | edit source]

Main article: Island Clouds

Island Clouds are a special type of cloud. They are fluffy, but dense enough to carry all kinds of things. They form islands in the sky seas.

Like Sea Clouds, Island Clouds are created when a compound in Seastone called "pyrobloin" is ejected into the air by volcanic eruptions and comes in contact with water vapors.[1] The density of the water vapors determines whether a Sea Cloud or Island Cloud will be created.

Island Clouds are not normally able to survive down at Blue Sea level.[3]

Ball Clouds[edit | edit source]

Surprise Ball Clouds

Ball Clouds (玉雲 Tamagumo?) are clouds in the shape of spheres. Enel briefly uses one as a floating platform when confronting the remaining participants of the Upper Yard Survival.[4]

Satori used a variation known as Surprise Clouds (びっくり雲 Bikkurigumo?) in his Ordeal of Balls. When a Surprise Cloud is touched, you never know what’s going to emerge. It could anything from an explosion to live snakes, though some contain harmless surprises, like flowers.

String Clouds[edit | edit source]

String Clouds binding its victim.

String Clouds (紐雲 Himogumo?) are clouds that are long and thin like a very fine thread, it is almost invisible, but at the same time has high tensile strength.

They are used by Shura for his Ordeal of String, for the purpose of entangling the victims to then be easily eliminated.

Swamp Clouds[edit | edit source]

A Swamp Cloud.

Swamp Clouds (沼雲 Numagumo?) are clouds with the qualities of a swamp. Anyone who stands on one of these clouds will sink into it, and the more one struggles, the more they will sink. The Swamp Clouds have no air inside them and victims will end up drowning inside the cloud.

They are used by Gedatsu for his Ordeal of Swamp.

Iron Clouds[edit | edit source]

An Iron Cloud sword shapshifting into a wall.

Iron Clouds (鉄雲 Tetsugumo?) are clouds that, as the name suggests, are as strong and durable as iron, while still retaining a clouds weightlessness and ability to change shape.

They appear in the form of barbed wire in Ohm's Ordeal of Iron.

Saccharine Clouds[edit | edit source]

Saccharine Clouds are clouds known to produce snow made of cotton candy. They can be found around the border of Totto Lands waters.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 26 Chapter 240 and Episode 154, Pagaya explains creation of island and sea clouds.
  2. One Piece Manga — Vol. 32 Chapter 303, The cloud from Usopp's Milky Dial is shown to disperse after being released.
  3. One Piece Manga — Vol. 32 Chapter 303, The cloud from Usopp's Milky Dial is shown to disperse after being released.
  4. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 29 Chapter 273 (p. 15) and Episode 180, Enel uses a dial to create a Ball Cloud platform.

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