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The Goe Goe no Mi is a movie-only Paramecia-type Devil Fruit that allows the user to create beams of sound that look like energy beams by shouting. It was eaten by Eldoraggo, the main antagonist in the first movie.[1]

Etymology[edit | edit source]

  • "Goe" is a variation of "koe" (?), meaning "voice" in Japanese.
  • The FUNimation sub names this fruit as the Scream-Scream Fruit, the action required to use this fruit's power.

Strengths and Weaknesses[edit | edit source]

The main strength of this fruit is that it allows the user to create powerful beams of concentrated sound energy that can destroy anything in its path. The strength of these beams can be controlled.

Though the beams are powerful, they are not volatile enough to explode should they strike a malleable surface, as shown by Monkey D. Luffy, who was able to collect the blast with his rubber powers and slingshot it back at Eldoraggo. Aside from that, this fruit's only weaknesses are those of the standard Devil Fruit weakness.

Usage[edit | edit source]

As shown by Eldoraggo, he mainly shouts at his targets to use the sound blasts to destroy them. Before Eldoraggo fires a sound blast, he emits a yellow aura. The aura's intensity changes depending on the power of the blast.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • This fruit is the first non-canon Devil Fruit.
  • The beams of sound resemble the Thousand Sunny's Gaon Cannon (a beam of compressed air) and the Pacifista's laser beams (which are based on light instead of sound).
  • This fruit's power is similar to Scratchmen Apoo's, as they both use sound as a weapon.

External Links[edit | edit source]

  • Voice – Wikipedia article on the human voice.
  • Sound – Wikipedia article on the waves emitted by Eldoraggo.
  • Sonic Weapon – Wikipedia article on the type of weapon the fruit's power resembles.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. One Piece Movie 1, Eldoraggo reveals that he ate the Goe Goe no Mi.

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