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The Iro Iro no Mi is a Paramecia-type Devil Fruit that allows the user to create paint to camouflage or disguise people and objects, making the user a Camouflage Human (カモフラージュ人間 Kamofurāju Ningen?). It was eaten by Psycho P.[1]

Etymology

  • Iro (?) means "color" in Japanese.
  • Iroiro (色色?) means "various" in Japanese.
  • The FUNimation dub names this fruit as the Color-Color Fruit, a reference to how the user changes their color for disguise.

Strengths and Weaknesses

The user's camouflage gives them an advantage in battle.

The main strength of this fruit is the ability to camouflage anything, rendering it nearly invisible to the eye. It can be used to engage sneak attacks and aid the user in battle by rendering their opponent unable to see them. The camouflage paint works on objects as big as large ships. The user is also capable of disguising people as others, although very poorly.

It seems that the user is required to use a tool to utilize the fruit's power, like spray cans. The camouflaging also does not work well against opponents with high senses, such as Kenbunshoku Haki users or people who have trained to counteract invisible opponents. Also, the disguises the user creates are so poor that they only work on people of low intelligence. Otherwise, the user is affected by the standard Devil Fruit weaknesses.[1]

Usage

Psycho P uses the fruit to camouflage the Shark Emeralda, allowing his crew to stage surprise attacks. He also camouflages himself in his crewmates when necessary, allowing them to come in by surprise at the right time. He also camouflages himself during battle in order to confuse enemies and take them by surprise.[1]

Techniques

  • Camouflapaint (?): Psycho P sprays paint on his intended target, which makes them blend in with their environment.
  • Copy Paint (?): Psycho P sprays paint on the face of his target, giving them the appearance of another person. However, the disguise is highly abstract and barely resembles the original person's face, and the targets' bodies are unchanged, meaning very few people will be fooled by the disguise.

Trivia

  • This fruit is very similar to the Suke Suke no Mi, but this fruit relies on paint to work instead of a touch and also does not turn objects completely invisible.
    • This similarity is noted by Sanji's grudge against its user, Psycho P.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 One Piece Special — Heart of Gold.

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