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The Mera Mera no Mi[5] is a Logia-type[4] Devil Fruit that allows the user to create, control, and transform into fire at will.[5] It was eaten by Sabo,[3] and previously Portgas D. Ace.[5]

Etymology[edit | edit source]

  • Meramera (メラメラ/めらめら?) is the Japanese onomatopoeia for something flaring up/bursting into flames.
  • It is called the Flame-Flame Fruit in the Viz Manga and FUNimation dub.
  • It is called the Flare-Flare Fruit in the 4Kids dub and FUNimation subs.

Appearance[edit | edit source]

The Mera Mera no Mi is a round orange fruit, composed of many flame-shaped components with swirl patterns on each one, and has a swirled stem on the top.[1]

Strengths and Weaknesses[edit | edit source]

Strengths[edit | edit source]

The fruit's major strength, like other Logia types, is that it allows the user to produce as well as become the element they control. In this case, the user is able to create, control, and become fire. With this in mind, the user can create devastating fire-based attacks and gain a high resistance towards most heat-based attacks. The flames can also be used to increase the force of physical attacks.[6] The user is also able to avoid normal physical attacks by turning into fire and allowing the attack to harmlessly pass through their fiery body.[7][8] Igniting oneself also has the added effect of burning an opponent if he or she had tried to physically harm the user.

When this power clashes against certain other Logia on equal grounds, this seems to come to a stalemate: neither smoke[9] nor ice[10] was able to overcome nor succumb to the flames, instead cancelling each other out when the two elements collide.

Weaknesses[edit | edit source]

The Mera Mera no Mi is inferior to the Magu Magu no Mi in terms of elemental heirarchy.[11] Magma is consideraly hotter than fire, allowing it to overwhelm the Mera Mera no Mi's powers. The magma can neutralize even the intangibility and heat-immunity of the Mera Mera no Mi, thus leading the user to be burned and completely vulnerable. If the magma strikes through the body of the user, it cannot be phased through like most other attacks, and the damage inflicted will remain, as with any normal person's body.[12] Other than that, the user is also affected by the standard Devil Fruit weaknesses.[13]

Usage[edit | edit source]

Portgas D. Ace[edit | edit source]

The Mera Mera no Mi being used by Ace.

The fruit's bestowed powers, as used by Ace, have been used in a variety of ways. Since he left home three years before Luffy, who did not know that Ace had powers before their reunion in Alabasta, Ace had his powers for no more than three years. Ace notably used his powers usually either to fight or to propel his raft. Ace shares Luffy's penchant for naming his techniques, with the only difference being that Luffy adds the phrase "Gomu Gomu No", followed by the specific name of the attack (usually inspired by a certain object or concept). Ace names his attacks in Japanese and they are often made of two-word phrases and are based on different mythologies. According to Gatz, Ace had sunk countless battleships and burned down mighty cities with the fruit's power.[14]

During Ace's cover story, the powers of the fruit allowed Ace to rescue a Marine officer and some documents on board a burning ship.[15] Despite being weakened by the Yami Yami no Mi severely during his fight against Blackbeard, Ace was still able to skillfully use the fruit's power to inflict some damage to his former subordinate.[16]

The named techniques that are used by Ace that involve the Devil Fruit are as follows:

  • Kagero (陽炎かげろう Kagerō?, literally meaning "Heat Haze"): Ace shoots a stream of fire from the palm of his hand. This was first seen being used to stop Smoker from catching Luffy, neutralizing the former's smoke assault.[2] This is called Sun Flare in the Viz Manga and Heat Haze in the FUNimation dub.
  • Enjomo (炎上網えんじょうもう Enjōmō?, literally meaning "Blaze Net"): Ace creates a circle of fire around a selected area, preventing anyone from entering or leaving it. This was first seen being used against the Marines in Alabasta under the command of Smoker,[5] and was named in a flashback against Whitebeard.[13] In the Viz Manga, FUNimation subs and dub, this is called Flame Fence.

Ace unleashing the "Hiken" against the Blackbeard Pirates at long range.

  • Hiken (火拳ひけん Hiken?, literally meaning "Fire Fist"): Ace's signature attack and the source of his nickname "Fire Fist Ace". Ace turns his fist into flames and launches it as a dense column of fire at his target. This attack is so incredibly powerful that it is able to plow through several ships in one shot.[5] However, it was completely neutralized by Akainu's Dai Funka, and is the final attack Ace ever used prior to his death shortly after.[12] This is called Fire Fist in the Viz Manga and FUNimation translation, Heat Fist in the 4Kids dub, and Flame Fist in the FUNimation dub of "One Piece: Unlimited Adventure".
  • Higan (火銃ひがん Higan?, literally meaning "Fire Gun"): Pointing the index and middle fingers of both hands at an opponent like guns, Ace turns his fingertips into fire and shoots bullets made of compressed flame from them. This technique was first seen when Ace retaliated against Van Augur's attack.[8] In the Viz Manga and FUNimation translation, this is called Fire Gun.
  • Enkai (炎戒えんかい Enkai?, literally meaning "Flame Commandment"): Ace amasses a large amount of flames around his body (usually by first swinging his outstretched hand around him, summoning the flames) in preparation for an attack. This is apparently the prerequisite technique before Ace can use Hibashira. Its name may play on "enkei" (円形?), meaning "circle" in Japanese, referencing the swirling form of the fire conjured. In the FUNimation dub and in the Viz Manga translation, this is called Flame Commandment.
  • Hibashira (火柱ひばしら Hibashira?, literally meaning "Fire Pillar"): Used following Enkai. Ace shoots the collected flames straight upward, destroying a target above him. It can also be fired downwards to clear any enemies that might be below him while he's in mid-air. This technique and its prerequisite technique were first seen when Jesus Burgess threw a hotel at Ace.[8] "Hibashira" (火柱?) is a generic word for columns of fire. In the Viz Manga translation and FUNimation dub, this is called Fire Pillar.


  • Hotarubi (蛍火ほたるび Hotarubi?, literally meaning "Firefly Light"): Ace creates many small, glowing greenish-yellow fireballs that float around an enemy. The idea behind this attack's name is that before Ace attacks with them, the small fireballs look like fireflies in the air. This move is apparently used in preparation for Hidaruma and was first seen in Ace's battle against Blackbeard. In the Viz Manga translation and FUNimation dub, this is called Firefly.
  • Hidaruma (火達磨ひだるま Hidaruma?, literally meaning "On Fire/Ablaze"): After using Hotarubi to send the fireballs floating around in proximity with the enemy, Ace sends them all flying into the target(s) all at once, burning them. This was first seen being used in Ace's battle against Blackbeard after Blackbeard performed his initial attacks.[16] In the Pirate Warriors games, the fireballs from Hotarubi actually home in targets themselves, while Hidaruma is instead a grab attack where Ace captures his target as he plows them into the ground for an explosion (which he leaps back from). Though the Kanji separate translate as "fire daruma", "hidaruma" (火達磨/火だるま?) is a Japanese term referring to the general state of being on fire/enveloped by flames. In the Viz Manga translation and FUNimation dub, this is called Fiery Doll.
  • Shinka: Shiranui (神火 不知火しんか しらぬい Shinka: Shiranui?, literally meaning "God Fire: Unknown Fire"): Ace hurls long lances made out of fire. The lances have the combined effect of simultaneously burning an opponent while piercing them. This was first seen being used against Blackbeard when Ace was being pulled forward by the former's power.[8] "Shiranui" (不知火?) is a supernatural, ghostly phenomenon from the Japanese folklore of Kyūshū. Also called "sea fire", the term refers to mysterious lights on the sea, similar to will-o'-the-wisps. In the Viz Manga translation and FUNimation dub, this is called Saint Elmo's Fire, a clear reference to the homonymous, real weather phenomenon that is somewhat similar to shiranui.
  • Jujika (十字火じゅうじか Jūjika?, literally meaning "Cross Fire"): Ace places his index fingers together in a cross shape before launching a cross-shaped column of fire directly at his opponent. In the anime, after crossing his fingers, a cross-shaped ray of light can be seen emanating from the fingers at the target followed by the column of fire. This was first seen being used against Blackbeard after Ace attacked him with Shinka: Shiranui.[16] The name of the technique is a pun since, written as such in Japanese, it refers to the crossfire of guns as opposed to a literal cross of fire as created by Ace; additionally, the homophonous "jūjika" (十字架?) refers to a cross for crucifixion. In the Viz Manga translation and FUNimation dub, this is called Cross Fire.

Ace's ultimate technique, "Dai Enkai: Entei".

  • Dai Enkai: Entei (大炎戒 炎帝だいえんかい えんてい Dai Enkai: Entei?, literally meaning "Great Flame Commandment: Flame Emperor"): Ace's ultimate technique. After creating a large, spiraling fire centered on his location and amassing it at a focused point (i.e. the palm of his hand), Ace turns it into a gigantic fireball resembling the sun and hurls it at his opponent to try to obliterate them. This was first (and only) seen being used during the final moments of Ace's and Blackbeard's battle where it collided with the latter's darkness, the clashing forces seemingly covering most of the island they were on and being visible from far away.[16] In One Piece: Unlimited Cruise, Ace activates this move by first bending his knees slightly and then placing the outstretched palm of his hand towards the ground (with his other hand gripping the wrist for support), where the flames begin manifesting themselves into a sphere. "Entei/Yándì" (炎帝, "Yan/Flame Emperor") is a legendary pre-dynastic figure and title from ancient China, prominent in mythology. The attack's name in the FUNimation dub and Viz Manga translation is Great Flame Commandment: Flame Emperor. In the English version of Burning Blood, the move is called Flame Monarch.
  • Kyokaen (鏡火炎きょうかえん Kyōkaen?, literally meaning "Mirror Fire Flame"): Ace releases a wall of fire to block an attack. This was first seen to counter Aokiji's Ice Block: Pheasant Beak, the two attacks canceling each other out.[10] In the Viz Manga, this is called Mirror Flame and Flame Mirror in the FUNimation sub.

Video Game Only Techniques[edit | edit source]

  • Twin Guns & Cross Fire (?): Ace fires a volley of bullets from his two guns before finishing the technique with Jujika. This technique appears as one of Ace's special moves for his Strong World DLC costume in One Piece: Burning Blood.

Sabo[edit | edit source]

The Mera Mera no Mi being used by Sabo.

After Sabo ate the fruit, he has been shown being able to utilize it effectively mere seconds after consuming it. Although struggling to control his new powers at first, he adapted to it, and Sabo has displayed great control over the fruit's abilities, being able to utilize it in conjunction with his pipe and avoid injury by making himself intangible. Like Ace, Sabo names the techniques in Japanese, though Sabo's naming style follows more of his affinity with dragons.

Sabo has been shown using it to enhance the already immense destructive power of his "claws", allowing him to overwhelm powerful foes such as Jesus Burgess.

Sabo using "Hiken" against Burgess at pointblank range.

  • Hiken (火拳ひけん Hiken?, literally meaning "Fire Fist"): Ace's signature move which was inherited by Sabo after consuming the fruit. Like Ace, Sabo turns his fist into flames and launches it as a powerful column of fire at his target, capable of causing enormous damage and completely shattering a thick layer of stone floor. This was first seen used to destroy the entire Corrida Colosseum stage, and the first move Sabo made since consuming the fruit.[3] He also demonstrated the ability to use the attack at pointblank range, by grabbing onto his opponent's face and then triggering the ignition, sending the target flying backwards with tremendous kinetic force and severely burning them simultaneously, as he did so on Burgess.[17]

Sabo using "Moeru Ryusoken: Kaen Ryuo".

  • Moeru Ryusoken: Kaen Ryuo (える竜爪拳りゅうそうけん 火炎 かえん 竜王りゅうおう Moeru Ryūsōken: Kaen Ryūō?, literally meaning "Burning Dragon Claw Fist: Fire Flame Dragon King"): A combination of the Mera Mera no Mi powers and his Ryusoken style, Sabo forms his "talons" and ignites them, and then slams them into his opponent and spins them around before blasting his target away with a burst of fire. This was first used against Burgess, who was sent flying a great distance away while suffering from burns of the flames. In the Funimation dub, this attack is called Burning Dragon Claw Fist: Flame Dragon King.[6]

Video Games Only Techniques[edit | edit source]

In the One Piece: Pirate Warriors series, Sabo has been shown to use Higan, Jujika, along with fire-based versions of his Ryu no Kagizume (somewhat predating Kaen Ryuo) and Ryu no Ibuki (styled as a Hibashira), all as part of his moveset.

  • Gomu Gomu no Heat Magnum (ゴムゴムの炎神銃ヒートマグナム Gomu Gomu no Hīto Magunamu?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Flame God Gun"): A team combination attack used by Luffy and Sabo to defeat Donquixote Doflamingo in the alternate ending of the Dressrosa Arc that appears in One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3. After Kuzan freezes Doflamingo's legs in place, Sabo and Luffy stand side-by-side, Luffy activates Gear Second and prepares a Gomu Gomu Red Hawk while Sabo prepares Moeru Ryusoken: Kaen Ryuo. Luffy then says Gomu Gomu no while Sabo says Heat, then they combine their fire-based punches into a single fireball (through the fire manipulation abilities of the Mera Mera no Mi) as they both shout Magnum. The attack is immensely powerful and capable of burning through Doflamingo's Off White threads and knocking the Warlord of the Sea through a wall. However despite this it apparently lacks the power of the Gomu Gomu no King Kong Gun that defeated Doflamingo in the canon storyline, as Doflamingo was only momentarily knocked out by this technique, though it was enough for Doflamingo to admit defeat and flee. The kanji's literal reading is "Enshinjuu".
    • An alternate version of this technique is performed by Luffy (Gomu Gomu no Red Hawk), Ace (Hiken), and Sabo (Moeru Ryusoken: Kaen Ryuo) appears at the end of the game's introductory cutscene.

History[edit | edit source]

Past[edit | edit source]

Portgas D. Ace found this Devil Fruit while he was stranded on an island in the East Blue called Sixis. Ace initially offered it to a man he was with on the island whom he called Masked Deuce, but he refused it. Instead, they agreed to share it with Ace taking the first bite and obtaining the Devil Fruit's power. He retained his powers for no more than three years, and gained much infamy by sinking battleships and burning down mighty cities, even before joining the Whitebeard Pirates.[14]

Upon being imprisoned by the Marines, the fruit's power were inaccessible due to Ace being restrained with Seastone handcuffs. During the Battle of Marineford, Ace was killed by Akainu while shielding Monkey D. Luffy from the admiral, leading to the fruit reappearing in the world. Donquixote Doflamingo who participated in the battle would later obtain the fruit at some point.[1]

Dressrosa Arc[edit | edit source]

Doflamingo holding the fruit.

The fruit then became the grand prize for whoever won a tournament at the Corrida Colosseum on Dressrosa, with Doflamingo's intent to use it as bait to break apart Luffy's alliance with Law. Upon being revealed, the fruit's presence aroused the entire audience, as not only was it a Logia, but it also previously belonged to the son of the Pirate King.[14]

As per Doflamingo's prediction, Luffy could not stand the idea of his brother's former powers open for just anyone to take, and participated in the tournament. Since he already had the Gomu Gomu no Mi, he could not eat it himself and offered it to Franky, who turned down the offer because he wanted to retain his ability to swim.[18]

Besides Luffy, representatives from many kingdoms joined the tournament to claim the fruit as it would give them a small shift in military power. Others wished to claim it for their own reasons such as Cavendish, who wanted revenge on the Worst Generation, and Rebecca, who wanted it to kill Doflamingo.[19] Bellamy seemed to be the only one with no interest in it, as the only prize he desired was to become a top subordinate in Doflamingo's crew, though he did not need the fruit anyway since he already possessed the Bane Bane no Mi.[20] Also, Bartolomeo's reason for getting the fruit is to give it to his idol Luffy, as he already possesses a Devil Fruit which is capable of creating invisible walls. Sabo wants to get the fruit to inherit Ace's will.

Sabo eating the Mera Mera No Mi

Once Sabo destroyed the Colosseum platform, he then grabbed the fruit from off the Fighting Fish's back, and ate it seconds later, becoming the new wielder of Ace's powers. True to his word of inheriting Ace's will, the first thing Sabo did after eating it was use his brother's signature move, the "Hiken". Diamante was angered by this, as he never intended for anyone outside of the Donquixote Family to win the fruit.[3]

After Sabo stops Jesus Burgess from killing Luffy for the Gomu Gomu no Mi and revealing that he was the Lucy who won and ate the Mera Mera no Mi, Burgess targets him for the Logia that he originally wanted.[6]

Zou Arc[edit | edit source]

Back on Baltigo, while Dragon was preparing to gather all the executives of the Revolutionary Army, Sabo was training with his Mera Mera no Mi outside the headquarters.[21]

Anime and Manga Differences[edit | edit source]

  • In the manga, Ace introduces the Mera Mera no Mi after he already took care of the Marines headed by Smoker. In the anime he is seen confronting Smoker a bit longer.[2]
  • In the anime, the Mera Mera no Mi also granted the user the power to light objects on fire from a distance, as demonstrated when Ace lit one of Sanji's cigarettes, although it was never shown again.[22]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The idea of a Devil Fruit that would allow someone to use fire was first brought up when Morgan explained what Devil Fruits are.[23]
  • Its powers were first foreshadowed when Ace visited a town on Drum Island, when it did not snow on that day, although it did for the whole Drum Island Arc.[24]
  • It is the only known Logia Fruit that was not eaten by an antagonist, as Ace and Sabo are both Luffy's brothers.
  • This is the second Devil Fruit to be shown coming back into circulation after its user's death, the other being Smiley's Devil Fruit—the Sara Sara no Mi, Model: Axolotl. However, this is the first Devil Fruit whose possessor was human.
  • The color of Ace's fire changed over the course of the series, originally appearing red-orange to a more yellow orange color. However, when Sabo first used the fruit in the anime, its shade appeared red-orange again.
  • This is the first Devil Fruit known to be eaten by someone after its power had already been given, as Masked Deuce ate part of the fruit shortly after Ace did.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 70 Chapter 700 (p. 21) and Episode 629, The Mera Mera no Mi is first seen as a fruit after Ace's death.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 18 Chapter 158 (p. 18-19) and Episode 94, Ace first demonstrates Kagero before explaining his Devil Fruit.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 75 Chapter 744 and Episode 678, Sabo wins the Mera Mera no Mi and eats it immediately.
  4. 4.0 4.1 SBS One Piece Manga — Vol. 30 (p. 104), Ace's Devil Fruit is confirmed to be Logia-type.
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 18 Chapter 159 (p. 10) and Episode 94, Ace reveals the name of his Devil Fruit.
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 79 Chapter 787 (p. 4-7) and Episode 729, Sabo uses Moeru Ryusoken: Kaen Ryuo against Burgess.
  7. One Piece Manga — Vol. 32 Chapter 298, cover story: Ace's Great Blackbeard Search Vol. 23, Ace is shot by G-2 marines but the bullets only pass through him.
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 45 Chapter 440 and Episode 325, Ace allows Auger's bullets to phase through him.
  9. One Piece Anime — Episode 95, Ace and Smoker clashing with no victory, as both powers cancel out each other.
  10. 10.0 10.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 58 Chapter 572 (p. 9) and Episode 481, Ace using Kyokaen to counter Kuzan's Ice Block: Pheasant Peck.
  11. SBS One Piece Manga — Vol. 79 (p. 100), Devil Fruit superiority hierarchy is revealed.
  12. 12.0 12.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 58 Chapter 573 (p. 14) and Episode 482, Ace is burnt despite his intangibility.
  13. 13.0 13.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 57 Chapter 552 and Episode 461, Ace remains chained down by Seastone cuffs.
  14. 14.0 14.1 14.2 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 71 Chapter 702 (p. 11-12) and Episode 631, the Mera Mera no Mi is revealed as a prize for a tournament at the Corrida Colosseum.
  15. One Piece Manga — Vol. 31Vol. 32 Chapters 295 and 296, cover story: Ace's Great Blackbeard Search Vol. 20-21.
  16. 16.0 16.1 16.2 16.3 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 46 Chapter 441 and Episode 325.
  17. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 79 Chapter 792 (p. 5-6) and Episode 735, Sabo using Hiken at pointblank range against Burgess.
  18. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 71 Chapter 703 and Episode 632, Franky refuses the Mera Mera no Mi when offered.
  19. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 71 Chapter 704 and Episode 634, Rebecca wanted the Mera Mera no Mi to kill Doflamingo.
  20. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 71 Chapter 706 and Episode 636, Bartolomeo claims he intends to win the fruit for someone.
  21. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 80 Chapter 803 (p. 7) and Episode 752.
  22. One Piece Anime — Episode 96, Ace lights Sanji's cigarette for him with his Devil Fruit's power.
  23. One Piece Anime — Episode 3, Morgan speaks about Devil Fruit users can breath fire and create tsunamis.
  24. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 17 Chapter 154 (p. 4-6) and Episode 91, Ace's devil fruit is hinted during his debut.

External links[edit | edit source]

  • Fire – Wikipedia article on fire.
  • Pyrokinesis – Wikipedia article on the condition Ace has connected with his Devil Fruit.

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Devil Fruits
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  •  Ope Ope no Mi  •  Shiro Shiro no Mi  •  Wara Wara 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  •  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  •  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  •  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
SBS: Gero Gero no Mi  •  Samu Samu no Mi  •  Muzu Muzu no Mi, Model: Kokan
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  •  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  •  Ryu Ryu no Mi, Model: Brachiosaurus  •  Ryu Ryu no Mi, Model: Pachycephalosaurus
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
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
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Deterrents: Seastone
Researches: Rumble Ball  •  SAD  •  Lineage Factor
Races: Zombies  •  Newkamas  •  Centaurs  •  Satyrs  •  Harpy  •  Toys  •  Homies
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Spade Pirates
Crew: Portgas D. Ace   •  Masked Deuce  •  Skull  •  Mihar  •  Kotatsu  •  Saber  •  Aggie 68  •  Finamore  •  Ganryu  •  Ducky Bree  •  Ossamondo  •  Barry  •  Wallace  •  Banshee  •  Kukai  •  Dogya  •  Kimel  •  Cornelia  •  Leonero  •  Hublot
Affiliates: Whitebeard Pirates
Ship(s): Piece of Spadille  •  Striker
Devil Fruit Based: Mera Mera no Mi 
Fighting Style Based: Haki (Haoshoku)
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Story Arcs: Marineford Arc  •  One Piece novel A (One Piece episode A)
Others: Will of D.  •  Super Rookie  •  Wano Country (Tama)
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Whitebeard Pirates
Captain: Edward Newgate 
Division Commanders: Marco  •  Portgas D. Ace   •  Jozu  •  Thatch   •  Vista  •  Blamenco  •  Rakuyo  •  Namur  •  Blenheim  •  Curiel  •  Kingdew  •  Haruta  •  Atmos  •  Speed Jiru  •  Fossa  •  Izo  •  Kozuki Oden  
Other Members: Former Spade Pirates (Masked Deuce  •  Skull  •  Mihar  •  Kotatsu  •  Saber  •  Aggie 68  •  Finamore  •  Ganryu  •  Ducky Bree  •  Ossamondo  •  Barry  •  Wallace  •  Banshee  •  Kukai  •  Dogya  •  Kimel  •  Cornelia  •  Leonero  •  Hublot)  •  Stefan   •  Hakuto 
Former Members: Marshall D. Teach  •  Epoida  •  Whitey Bay  •  Andre  •  Kinga  •  Islewan  •  Inuarashi  •  Nekomamushi  •  Amatsuki Toki  •  Chameleone 
Subordinate Captains and Crews: Doma  •  McGuy  •  Decalvan Brothers  •  Maelstrom Spider Pirates (Squard)  •  Elmy  •  Ramba  •  A O Pirates (A O)  •  Delacuaji  •  Zodia  •  Palms  •  Bizarre  •  Takotopus Pirates (Karma)  •  Pavlik  •  Vitan  •  Islewan  •  Epoida  •  Kechatch  •  Little Pirates (Little Oars Jr.)  •  Choi  •  Arthur  •  Hangan  •  Reforte  •  Whitey Bay  •  Andre  •  Ninth  •  Blondie  •  Nosgarl  •  Amadob  •  Baggaley  •  Wallem  •  Brew  •  Brocca  •  Rush  •  Great Michael  •  Zucca  •  Cands  •  Kinga  •  Colscon  •  Agsilly  •  Julius  •  Happygun  •  Sleepy  •  Forliewbs
Allies and Affiliates: Jinbe  •  Monkey D. Luffy  •  Impel Down prisoners (Buggy  •  Galdino  •  Crocodile  •  Daz Bonez  •  Emporio Ivankov  •  Inazuma  •  Red Hair Pirates   •  Oliva 
Ship(s): Moby Dick   •  Striker  •  Real Spider  •  Little Gerais
Devil Fruit Based: Gura Gura no Mi   •  Tori Tori no Mi, Model: Phoenix  •  Mera Mera no Mi   •  Kira Kira no Mi  •  Toki Toki no Mi   •  Kopi Kopi no Mi  
Fighting Style Based: Haki  •  Daito Nitoryu   •  Electro 
Weapon Based: Murakumogiri   •  Kaken  •  Enma   •  Ame no Habakiri 
Support: Voice of All Things
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Story Arcs: Jaya Arc  •  Post-Enies Lobby Arc  •  Impel Down Arc  •  Marineford Arc  •  Chapter 0  •  Post-War Arc  •  One Piece novel A (One Piece episode A)  •  Wano Country Arc
Cover Stories: Ace's Great Blackbeard Search  •  From the Decks of the World
Locations: New World  •  Foodvalten   •  Fish-Man Island   •  Samba Island   •  Hand Island   •  Tomoshibi Island   •  Port Chibaralta Island  •  Sphinx
Crews: Blackbeard Pirates  •  Roger Pirates  •  Spade Pirates  •  Rocks Pirates
Belongings: Yami Yami no Mi 
Events: Duel on Banaro Island  •  Battle of Marineford  •  Payback War
Others: Four Emperors  •  Will of D.
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Super Rookies
Members: Portgas D. Ace  •  Cavendish  •  Worst Generation (Monkey D. Luffy  •  Roronoa Zoro  •  Capone Bege  •  Jewelry Bonney  •  Basil Hawkins  •  Scratchmen Apoo  •  Eustass Kid  •  X Drake  •  Urouge  •  Killer  •  Trafalgar Law)  •  Bartolomeo  •  Caribou  •  Coribou
Ships: Piece of Spadille (Striker)  •  Sleeping White Horse of the Forest  •  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  •  Going Luffy-senpai  •  Numabou
Devil Fruit Based: Mera Mera no Mi  •  Gomu Gomu no Mi  •  Shiro Shiro no Mi  •  Wara Wara no Mi  •  Ryu Ryu no Mi, Model: Allosaurus  •  Ope Ope no Mi  •  Bari Bari no Mi  •  Numa Numa no Mi
Sword Based: Durandal  •  Wado Ichimonji  •  Sandai Kitetsu  •  Shusui   •  Enma  •  Saber  •  Kikoku
Projectile Weapon Based: Flintlock  •  KX Launcher  •  Tommy Guns
Other Weapon Based: Four-Bladed Axe  •  Seastone Spear
Fighting Style Based: Santoryu/Kyutoryu  •  Haki
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Crews: Spade Pirates  •  Beautiful Pirates  •  Worst Generation (Straw Hat Pirates  •  Fire Tank Pirates  •  Bonney Pirates  •  Hawkins Pirates  •  On Air Pirates  •  Kid Pirates  •  Drake Pirates  •  Fallen Monk Pirates  •  Heart Pirates)  •  Barto Club  •  Caribou Pirates
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
Others: Sabaody Archipelago  •  Pirate  •  Bounties
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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 
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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
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Donquixote Pirates
Captain: Donquixote Doflamingo
Elite Officers: Vergo   •  Trebol  •  Diamante  •  Pica  •  Corazon  
Officers: Sugar  •  Violet   •  Giolla  •  Lao G  •  Senor Pink  •  Machvise  •  Dellinger  •  Gladius  •  Buffalo  •  Baby 5   •  Monet 
Other Members: Trafalgar Law   •  Kyuin   •  Lambor Bukini 
Subordinates: Bellamy   •  Bellamy Pirates   •  Caesar Clown   •  Disco   •  Homey  
Allies: Beasts Pirates (Kaido  •  Ibusu  •  Gran Tesoro (Gild Tesoro 
Ship(s): Numancia Flamingo  •  SAD Tanker 
Devil Fruit Based: Ito Ito no Mi  •  Beta Beta no Mi  •  Hira Hira no Mi  •  Ishi Ishi no Mi  •  Nagi Nagi no Mi *   •  Hobi Hobi no Mi  •  Giro Giro no Mi   •  Ato Ato no Mi  •  Sui Sui no Mi  •  Ton Ton no Mi  •  Pamu Pamu no Mi  •  Guru Guru no Mi  •  Buki Buki no Mi   •  Yuki Yuki no Mi   •  Bane Bane no Mi   •  Gasu Gasu no Mi   •  Gutsu Gutsu no Mi 
Fighting Style Based: Haki  •  Rokushiki  •  Jio-Ken
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Story Arcs: Jaya Arc  •  Long Ring Long Land Arc  •  Sabaody Archipelago Arc  •  Marineford Arc  •  Punk Hazard Arc  •  Dressrosa Arc
Specials: Episode of Sabo
Movies: One Piece Film: Gold *
Locations: Spider Miles  •  Rakesh  •  Mock Town  •  Human Auctioning House  •  Punk Hazard  •  Dressrosa (Acacia  •  Corrida Colosseum  •  Sebio  •  Flower Field  •  SMILE Factory)  •  Green Bit  •  Mary Geoise  •  Paradise Island  
Belongings: Mera Mera no Mi   •  Gol Gol no Mi  
Others: Seven Warlords of the Sea  •  SAD  •  SMILE  •  Toys  •  World Noble (Donquixote Family)  •  Ope Ope no Mi  •  Heart Pirates  •  Russian  •  Gimlet
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Corrida Colosseum
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. LuffySabo)  •  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 
Staff: Gatz
Spectators: Franky  •  Issho  •  Aremo Ganmi  •  Mukkashimi Tower
Animals: Fighting Fish
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
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
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Revolutionary Army
Leaders: Monkey D. Dragon  •  Sabo *
Commanders: Emporio Ivankov  •  Karasu  •  Belo Betty  •  Morley  •  Lindbergh
Officers: Inazuma  •  Ahiru  •  Koala  •  Bartholomew Kuma 
Other Members: Terry Gilteo  •  Bunny Joe  •  Hack  •  Raise Max 
Associate(s): Nico Robin 
Ships: Wind Granma
Devil Fruit Based: Mera Mera no Mi  •  Kobu Kobu no Mi  •  Oshi Oshi no Mi  •  Horu Horu no Mi  •  Choki Choki no Mi  •  Nikyu Nikyu no Mi   •  Hana Hana no Mi 
Fighting Style Based: Newkama Kenpo  •  Fish-Man Karate  •  Haki  •  Fish-Man Jujutsu  •  Ryusoken
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Associated Locations: Baltigo   •  Momoiro Island  •  Newkama Land 
Conquered Locations: Vira  •  Centaurea  •  Tequila Wolf  •  Lulusia Kingdom
Story Arc(s): Loguetown Arc  •  Post-Enies Lobby Arc  •  Impel Down Arc  •  Marineford Arc  •  Post-War Arc  •  Dressrosa Arc  •  Zou Arc  •  Levely Arc  •  Wano Country Arc
Cover Stories: Straw Hat's Separation Serial  •  From the Decks of the World: The 500,000,000 Man Arc
Movies: One Piece Film: Gold  •  One Piece: Stampede
Others: Will of D.  •  Okama
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