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1 Devil Fruit on Tue Sep 20, 2016 1:03 pm

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Devil Fruits

Run Down


Devil Fruits are mystical fruits found in the world that can give the eater many different and varying kinds of strange and interesting abilities, depending on the type and variation of the fruit itself.

Devil Fruits are said to be the fruits of the Sea Devil and that the secret to their power is hidden in the Grand Line. Because encounters with them are rare (especially outside the Grand Line), a number of rumors about them have risen, making it difficult to tell whether some things are fact or fiction. The average person knows nothing or very little about what they are or what they do; this especially applies to isolated countries, even within the Grand Line, such as Amazon Lily and Wano Country.

One running theme with Devil Fruits, however, is the fact that they taste unimaginably bad, to the point of making it seem like the user had taken poison. The Devil Fruit, when consumed, gives the consumer a power or special trait, which they will immediately become aware of; a person who has eaten a Devil Fruit and gained its powers is known as a Devil Fruit User (能力者 Nōryoku-sha, literally meaning "Ability User" or "Esper"). They come in different shapes and colors, and all Devil Fruits presumably have swirl marks or patterns on them of some kind. Only one bite is needed for the user to gain the power of a Devil Fruit, after which the Devil Fruit becomes a simple, useless, disgusting fruit. Despite this, all users tend to eat the entire fruit, as they are usually unaware of this fact.

When a Devil Fruit user dies, their ability is reborn into another fruit of the same kind. Instead of growing from a plant, the ability simply regenerates inside another existing fruit.

Rules


  • For all objects in question, Pets, PCs, Weapons, etc, only one Devil Fruit can be ingested total. Should another be eaten the consumer dies or is destroyed should the object in question be an item. Those with the Devil's Stomach Fate Perk bypass this rule.

  • There is no limit to how many Devil Fruits may come into your possession, however you may not stockpile Devil Fruits to keep them out of play.

  • Any Devil Fruits that are absorbed by a hammer space related fruit, Swamp Swamp, Dark Dark, the literal Hammer Space Fruit, do not count as ingesting two devil fruits nor does it grant you the power to utilize the stored fruit.

  • Fruits will always find their way back into circulation should one try to force them out of play. i.e. throwing a fruit into the ocean.

  • Of the three characters you may have, only one can have a Logia and only one can have a Mythological Zoan.

  • You may sponsor one of your fresh alternate characters with a Fruit another character of yours has gained through IC means. This allows them to OOCly obtain the fruit, but the alternate character must be no more than 1 month old.


Side Effects


  • When the user is fully submerged in water they become immobile and unable to personally utilize any abilities they possess.
  • When partially submerged, above the ankle, the user is unable to use any Devil Fruit related abilities.
  • User has a weakness to Seastone


Seastone


Seastone, a special substance that emits the same energies of the sea, can also cancel out Devil Fruit powers through physical contact with the user. With sustained contact the victim experiences a loss of strength and energy.
  • Each direct hit scored with Seastone against a Devil Fruit user shaves off 15% of their remaining Stamina.


Fruit Tiers


Devils Fruits are given Tiers on this site, 1-3. 1 being "weaker" Devil Fruit and 3 being "stronger". This isn't to say a Skill from a Tier 3 Devil Fruit that has equal Power to a Tier 1 Devil Fruit is stronger. This Tiering looks at the raw power Devil Fruits have and sometimes Canon superiority that is confirmed. Mera Mera is Tier 2 and Magu Magu is Tier 3, the Lava Devil Fruit being confirmed to be superior to the Fire Fruit.

The higher the Tier of the Devil Fruit, the harder the Devil Fruit is to acquire. May it be via doing an Arc or through purchasing it.

Obtaining a Devil Fruit


Devil Fruits can be obtained through four methods.

Standard Dice Roll

The first method and the most important is the standard dice roll which is done **here**. Upon character approval you are given 2 free rolls. Upon rolling the "Devil Fruit Dice" the results you get are very important and a link to them should be kept. The results you get, even if doubles, are the category of Fruit you can claim and quest for when trying to obtain a Devil Fruit. Claims from using this dice are only for your character's ingestion and can only be Tier 1 Devil Fruits in that category.

Questing

Questing for a Devil Fruit is done through Arcs. The Arc System is **here**. An Arc is simply a compilation of Task that are arranged to make a plot or story. A Devil Fruit can be acquired at the end of one of these Arcs, but the Tier of the Devil Fruit awarded depends on the Tier of the Arc completed. This is the only method of getting a Devil Fruit that is truly considered gaining it ICly.

Cursed Wheel

The Cursed Wheel is another dice roll based way of getting a Devil Fruit. It is found **here**. Cursed Wheel tickets have to be purchased through the Black market and through this Cursed Wheel you can be given a Devil Fruit of your choice from any Tier.

Black Market

The Black Market is an OOC market board controlled by staff. It is found **here**. At random with no notification staff will add and take items from this page, these items will sometimes be Devil Fruits. This method of getting Devil Fruit directly cost Beli.

Important Notes

Your two most recent Devil Fruit Roll results are the only two Devil Fruit categories you are eligible to claim through any of these methods.


  • Tier 1—Fruits of this Tier have modest pricing in the Black Market. They can also be acquired through Tier 2 Devil Fruit Arcs or be immediately claimed upon rolling the Devil Fruit Dice.

  • Tier 2—The pricing of fruits of this tier in the Black Market can hurt your pockets, and they can be acquired through Tier 4 Devil Fruit Arcs.

  • Tier 3—These fruits fetch for a heft price in the Black Market and can be acquired through Tier 6 Devil Fruit Arcs.

The Middle and End sections of a DF Arc must be composed of strictly PC task, meaning they are open for intervention from others in your area.


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[center][size=24][b][u]Devil Fruits[/u][/b][/size][/center]

[size=18][b][left]Run Down[/left][/b][/size][hr]
Devil Fruits are mystical fruits found in the world that can give the eater many different and varying kinds of strange and interesting abilities, depending on the type and variation of the fruit itself.

Devil Fruits are said to be the fruits of the Sea Devil and that the secret to their power is hidden in the Grand Line. Because encounters with them are rare (especially outside the Grand Line), a number of rumors about them have risen, making it difficult to tell whether some things are fact or fiction. The average person knows nothing or very little about what they are or what they do; this especially applies to isolated countries, even within the Grand Line, such as Amazon Lily and Wano Country.

One running theme with Devil Fruits, however, is the fact that they taste unimaginably bad, to the point of making it seem like the user had taken poison. The Devil Fruit, when consumed, gives the consumer a power or special trait, which they will immediately become aware of; a person who has eaten a Devil Fruit and gained its powers is known as a Devil Fruit User (能力者 Nōryoku-sha, literally meaning "Ability User" or "Esper"). They come in different shapes and colors, and all Devil Fruits presumably have swirl marks or patterns on them of some kind. Only one bite is needed for the user to gain the power of a Devil Fruit, after which the Devil Fruit becomes a simple, useless, disgusting fruit. Despite this, all users tend to eat the entire fruit, as they are usually unaware of this fact.

When a Devil Fruit user dies, their ability is reborn into another fruit of the same kind. Instead of growing from a plant, the ability simply regenerates inside another existing fruit.

[left][b][size=18]Rules[/size][/b][/left][hr]
[list][*]For all objects in question, Pets, PCs, Weapons, etc, only one Devil Fruit can be ingested total. Should another be eaten the consumer dies or is destroyed should the object in question be an item. Those with the Devil's Stomach Fate Perk bypass this rule.

[*]There is no limit to how many Devil Fruits may come into your possession, however you may not stockpile Devil Fruits to keep them out of play.

[*]Any Devil Fruits that are absorbed by a hammer space related fruit, Swamp Swamp, Dark Dark, the literal Hammer Space Fruit, do not count as ingesting two devil fruits nor does it grant you the power to utilize the stored fruit.

[*]Fruits will always find their way back into circulation should one try to force them out of play. i.e. throwing a fruit into the ocean.

[*]Of the three characters you may have, only one can have a Logia and only one can have a Mythological Zoan.

[*]You may sponsor one of your fresh alternate characters with a Fruit another character of yours has gained through IC means. This allows them to OOCly obtain the fruit, but the alternate character must be no more than 1 month old.[/list]

[b][left][size=18]Side Effects[/size][/left][/b][hr]
[list][*]When the user is fully submerged in water they become immobile and unable to personally utilize any abilities they possess.
[*]When partially submerged, above the ankle, the user is unable to use any Devil Fruit related abilities.
[*]User has a weakness to Seastone[/list]

[b][left][size=18]Seastone[/size][/left][/b][hr]
Seastone, a special substance that emits the same energies of the sea, can also cancel out Devil Fruit powers through physical contact with the user. With sustained contact the victim experiences a loss of strength and energy.
[list][*]Each direct hit scored with Seastone against a Devil Fruit user shaves off 15% of their [b]remaining[/b] Stamina.[/list]

[b][left][size=18]Fruit Tiers[/size][/left][/b][hr]
Devils Fruits are given Tiers on this site, 1-3. 1 being "weaker" Devil Fruit and 3 being "stronger". This isn't to say a Skill from a Tier 3 Devil Fruit that has equal Power to a Tier 1 Devil Fruit is stronger. This Tiering looks at the raw power Devil Fruits have and sometimes Canon superiority that is confirmed. Mera Mera is Tier 2 and Magu Magu is Tier 3, the Lava Devil Fruit being confirmed to be superior to the Fire Fruit.

The higher the Tier of the Devil Fruit, the harder the Devil Fruit is to acquire. May it be via doing an Arc or through purchasing it.

[b][left][size=18]Obtaining a Devil Fruit[/size][/left][/b][hr]
Devil Fruits can be obtained through four methods.

[b][left][size=16]Standard Dice Roll[/size][/left][/b]
The first method and the most important is the standard dice roll which is done [url=http://op-piratenation.forumotion.com/t1691-devil-fruit-roll#11568]**here**.[/url] Upon character approval you are given 2 free rolls. Upon rolling the "Devil Fruit Dice" the results you get are very important and a link to them should be kept. The results you get, even if doubles, are the category of Fruit you can claim and quest for when trying to obtain a Devil Fruit. Claims from using this dice are only for your character's ingestion and can only be Tier 1 Devil Fruits in that category.

[b][left][size=16]Questing[/size][/left][/b]
Questing for a Devil Fruit is done through Arcs. The Arc System is [url=http://op-piratenation.forumotion.com/t1671-arc-system]**here**.[/url] An Arc is simply a compilation of Task that are arranged to make a plot or story. A Devil Fruit can be acquired at the end of one of these Arcs, but the Tier of the Devil Fruit awarded depends on the Tier of the Arc completed. This is the only method of getting a Devil Fruit that is truly considered gaining it ICly.

[b][left][size=16]Cursed Wheel[/size][/left][/b]
The Cursed Wheel is another dice roll based way of getting a Devil Fruit. It is found [url=http://op-piratenation.forumotion.com/t5972-cursed-wheel#43842]**here**.[/url] Cursed Wheel tickets have to be purchased through the Black market and through this Cursed Wheel you can be given a Devil Fruit of your choice from any Tier.

[b][left][size=16]Black Market[/size][/left][/b]
The Black Market is an OOC market board controlled by staff. It is found [url=http://op-piratenation.forumotion.com/t89-topic]**here**.[/url] At random with no notification staff will add and take items from this page, these items will sometimes be Devil Fruits. This method of getting  Devil Fruit directly cost Beli.

[b][left][size=16]Important Notes[/size][/left][/b]
Your two most recent Devil Fruit Roll results are the only two Devil Fruit categories you are eligible to claim through any of these methods.

[list]
[*]Tier 1—Fruits of this Tier have modest pricing in the Black Market. They can also be acquired through Tier 2 Devil Fruit Arcs or be immediately claimed upon rolling the Devil Fruit Dice.

[*]Tier 2—The pricing of fruits of this tier in the Black Market can hurt your pockets, and they can be acquired through Tier 4 Devil Fruit Arcs.

[*]Tier 3—These fruits fetch for a heft price in the Black Market and can be acquired through Tier 6 Devil Fruit Arcs.
[/list]
[b]The Middle and End sections of a DF Arc must be composed of strictly PC task, meaning they are open for intervention from others in your area.[/b]</div></div>



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2 Re: Devil Fruit on Tue Sep 20, 2016 1:20 pm

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Categories

Of the Devil Fruits there are three main categories. Paramecia, Zoan, and Logia. In the Zoan category there are two sub-categories, Ancient Zoan and Mythological Zoan. All of these will be expanded on deeper in this post.

Paramecia


These fruits give the users a power that can affect their body, manipulate the environment, or produce substances. In general, Paramecia Devil Fruits are fruits that give their users powers other than transforming into elements, like Logias, or transforming into animals, like Zoans. Although they do not include powers that allow elemental or animal transformations, some of them are capable of other forms of transformations, as well as creating substances. This is the most commonly seen class of Devil Fruits. Passives granted from a fruit like Luffy's immunity to electricity are to be assumed, but still need to be mentioned on Skill Registration Apps, preferably in the Notes section.

Logia


Logia are the rarest devil fruits there are outside of the Ancient and Mythological Zoan Fruits. Giving the consumers immense power, they are able to change themselves into the element their fruit has power over, or a force of nature. Being able to produce an infinite amount of their element, those who eat these fruits aren't to be taken lightly.

These Devil Fruits are not limited to the classical elements: fire, water, earth, and air, but also include other states like smoke and sand. There are two types of elements: tangible (something a person could hold and touch like sand or ice) and intangible (something that could not be held like light or fire). Logia Devil Fruits can also be divided into two other types, forms of matter (smoke, sand, ice, magma, swamp, gas or snow) and forms of energy (electricity, fire, or light).

Some Logia users have superiority against others, when they wield elements that can overpower specific others. An example of this being the Magu Magu no Mi being able to overpower the Mera Mera no Mi and actually burn them. (Lava vs. Fire).

Zoan


This type of fruit allows the user to transform into another species and interspecies hybrid forms at will. Zoan users are known for being exceptional close-combat fighters, due to the physical enhancements typically given by this fruit. This doesn’t mean that Zoan users are obligated to focus on close-range-combat by any means, only that this is how these fruits are commonly used. They’re three basic forms Zoans provide: Human Form—the user’s natural form, Human-Beast Form—A hybrid form, combining both the original and the fruit-bestowed species into an unusual form (usually in a bizarre way where the size is greatly exaggerated), and Beast Form—A fully transformed type. Your typical Zoan fruits being limited to being your regular, everyday animal. However, while one can have a Zoan fruit that is based on an aquatic animal, they are still have standard Devil Fruit weaknesses.

Zoan users also have unique forms known as Points. Points capitalize on key aspects of the animal the fruit allows the user to transform into. To access Points, the user needs to ingest a Rumble Ball which is an item only Scientist can craft meaning they can't be purchased.

Classifications

  • Standard Zoan—animals of the Standard Zoan family are your normal modern day species, while the carnivorous ones are more predatory and bloodthirsty than others by nature and as such tend to be better adapted for combat. Users that turn into such animals are naturally more dangerous and powerful in physical combat, and may have useful features, such as claws, to aid in a fight.


  • Ancient Zoan—a much rarer type of Zoan than the typical Zoan, these allow the users to transform into ancient and extinct animals, such as prehistoric reptiles like dinosaurs. Ancient Zoans are noted to be naturally stronger than your normal everyday Zoan and far more dangerous.


  • Mythological Zoan—an exceptionally rare and immensely powerful type of Zoan Devil Fruit and is said to be even rarer than Logia Devil Fruits. Unlike the other types of Zoan Devil Fruits, this type of fruit may be the only one considered impressive, owing to its rarity and the unique powers it bestows upon the user. They allow users to transform into mythological creatures and Gods (which may have special abilities that are comparable to Paramecia and Logia Devil Fruits), the sorts of which could be regarded as the subject of legends and the like.


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    [b][center][size=18]Categories[/size][/center][/b]
    Of the Devil Fruits there are three main categories. Paramecia, Zoan, and Logia. In the Zoan category there are two sub-categories, Ancient Zoan and Mythological Zoan. All of these will be expanded on deeper in this post.

    [b][left][size=18]Paramecia[/size][/left][/b][hr]
    These fruits give the users a power that can affect their body, manipulate the environment, or produce substances. In general, Paramecia Devil Fruits are fruits that give their users powers other than transforming into elements, like Logias, or transforming into animals, like Zoans. Although they do not include powers that allow elemental or animal transformations, some of them are capable of other forms of transformations, as well as creating substances. This is the most commonly seen class of Devil Fruits. Passives granted from a fruit like Luffy's immunity to electricity are to be assumed, but still need to be mentioned on Skill Registration Apps, preferably in the Notes section.

    [b][left][size=18]Logia[/size][/left][/b][hr]
    Logia are the rarest devil fruits there are outside of the Ancient and Mythological Zoan Fruits. Giving the consumers immense power, they are able to change themselves into the element their fruit has power over, or a force of nature. Being able to produce an infinite amount of their element, those who eat these fruits aren't to be taken lightly.

    These Devil Fruits are not limited to the classical elements: fire, water, earth, and air, but also include other states like smoke and sand. There are two types of elements: tangible (something a person could hold and touch like sand or ice) and intangible (something that could not be held like light or fire). Logia Devil Fruits can also be divided into two other types, forms of matter (smoke, sand, ice, magma, swamp, gas or snow) and forms of energy (electricity, fire, or light).

    Some Logia users have superiority against others, when they wield elements that can overpower specific others. An example of this being the Magu Magu no Mi being able to overpower the Mera Mera no Mi and actually burn them. (Lava vs. Fire).

    [b][left][size=18]Zoan[/size][/left][/b][hr]
    This type of fruit allows the user to transform into another species and interspecies hybrid forms at will. Zoan users are known for being exceptional close-combat fighters, due to the physical enhancements typically given by this fruit. This doesn’t mean that Zoan users are obligated to focus on close-range-combat by any means, only that this is how these fruits are commonly used. They’re three basic forms Zoans provide: Human Form—the user’s natural form, Human-Beast Form—A hybrid form, combining both the original and the fruit-bestowed species into an unusual form (usually in a bizarre way where the size is greatly exaggerated), and Beast Form—A fully transformed type. Your typical Zoan fruits being limited to being your regular, everyday animal. However, while one can have a Zoan fruit that is based on an aquatic animal, they are still have standard Devil Fruit weaknesses.

    Zoan users also have unique forms known as Points. Points capitalize on key aspects of the animal the fruit allows the user to transform into. To access Points, the user needs to ingest a Rumble Ball which is an item only Scientist can craft meaning they can't be purchased.

    [b][left][size=16]Classifications[/size][/left][/b]
    <li>Standard Zoan—animals of the Standard Zoan family are your normal modern day species, while the carnivorous ones are more predatory and bloodthirsty than others by nature and as such tend to be better adapted for combat. Users that turn into such animals are naturally more dangerous and powerful in physical combat, and may have useful features, such as claws, to aid in a fight.</li>

    <li>Ancient Zoan—a much rarer type of Zoan than the typical Zoan, these allow the users to transform into ancient and extinct animals, such as prehistoric reptiles like dinosaurs. Ancient Zoans are noted to be naturally stronger than your normal everyday Zoan and far more dangerous.</li>

    <li>Mythological Zoan—an exceptionally rare and immensely powerful type of Zoan Devil Fruit and is said to be even rarer than Logia Devil Fruits. Unlike the other types of Zoan Devil Fruits, this type of fruit may be the only one considered impressive, owing to its rarity and the unique powers it bestows upon the user. They allow users to transform into mythological creatures and Gods (which may have special abilities that are comparable to Paramecia and Logia Devil Fruits), the sorts of which could be regarded as the subject of legends and the like.</li></div></div>

    3 Re: Devil Fruit on Tue Sep 20, 2016 1:27 pm

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    Devil Fruit List

    This list logs the Devil Fruits, Canon and Custom, that are occupied. This is also where you will post to lay your claim on Devil Fruits you have rightfully obtained through one of the methods above. You may not change fruits after choosing, so choose wisely.

    Paramecia


    Tier 1
    Gomu Gomu no Mi (English versions: Gum-Gum Fruit) PC
    Solar Solar no Mi (Sun-Sun Fruit)
    Sube Sube no Mi (English versions: Slip-Slip Fruit/Smooth-Smooth Fruit)
    Kilo Kilo no Mi (English versions: Kilo-Kilo Fruit)
    Doru Doru no Mi (English versions: Wax-Wax Fruit)
    Supa Supa no Mi (English versions: Dice-Dice Fruit) PC
    Choki Choki no Mi (English versions: Snip-Snip Fruit)
    Toge Toge no Mi (English versions: Spike-Spike Fruit)
    Bane Bane no Mi (English versions: Spring-Spring Fruit/Boing-Boing Fruit)
    Doa Doa no Mi (English versions: Door-Door Fruit) PC
    Awa Awa no Mi (English versions: Bubble-Bubble Fruit)
    Beri Beri no Mi (English versions: Berry-Berry Fruit)
    Shari Shari no Mi (English versions: Wheel-Wheel Fruit)
    Suke Suke no Mi (English versions: Clear-Clear Fruit)
    Horu Horu no Mi (English versions: Horm-Horm Fruit)
    Woshu Woshu no Mi (English versions: Wash-Wash Fruit)
    Mato Mato no Mi (English versions: Mark-Mark Fruit)
    Buki Buki no Mi (English versions: Arms-Arms Fruit)
    Guru Guru no Mi (English versions: Spin-Spin Fruit)
    Beta Beta no Mi (English versions: Stick-Stick Fruit)
    Nui Nui no Mi (English versions: Stitch-Stitch Fruit)
    Jake Jake no Mi (English versions: Jacket-Jacket Fruit)
    Pamu Pamu no Mi (English version: Pop-Pop Fruit)
    Sui Sui no Mi (English versions: Swim-Swim Fruit)
    Hira Hira no Mi (English versions: Ripple-Ripple Fruit)
    Nagi Nagi no Mi (English version: Calm-Calm Fruit)
    Goe Goe no Mi (English versions: Shout-Shout Fruit)
    Hiso Hiso no Mi (English versions: Whisper-Whisper Fruit)
    Kama Kama no Mi (English versions: Sickle-Sickle Fruit)
    Kachi Kachi no Mi (English versions: Harden-Harden Fruit)
    Mini Mini no Mi (English versions: Mini-Mini Fruit)
    Ami Ami no Mi (English versions: Net-Net Fruit)
    Kopi Kopi no Mi (English versions: Copy-Copy Fruit)
    Urouge's Damage Conversion Fruit
    Horo no Mi (English versions: Hollow-Hollow Fruit)
    Giro Giro no Mi (English versions: Glare-Glare Fruit)
    Kanjuro's Drawing Fruit
    Jara Jara No Mi [English versions: Chain-Chain Fruit]
    Iro Iro No Mi [English versions: Camo-Camo Fruit]

    Tier 2
    Moa Moa no Mi (English versions: More-More Fruit)
    Ishi Ishi no Mi (English version: Stone-Stone Fruit)
    Bara Bara no Mi (English versions: Chop-Chop Fruit)
    Bomu Bomu no Mi (English versions: Bomb-Bomb Fruit/Boom-Boom Fruit)
    Chiyu Chiyu no Mi (English version: Heal-Heal Fruit)
    Bari Bari no Mi (English versions: Barrier-Barrier Fruit) PC
    Mosa Mosa no Mi (English versions: Grow-Grow Fruit)
    Noro Noro no Mi (English versions: Slow-Slow Fruit)
    Kage Kage no Mi (English versions: Shadow-Shadow Fruit)
    Mero Mero no Mi (English versions: Love-Love Fruit)
    Doku Doku no Mi (English versions: Venom-Venom Fruit) PC
    Hobi Hobi no Mi (English versions: Hobby-Hobby Fruit)
    Ato Ato no Mi (English versions: Art-Art Fruit)
    Kyubu Kyubu no Mi (English versions: Cube-Cube Fruit)
    Yomi Yomi no Mi (English versions: Revive-Revive Fruit)
    Ton Ton no Mi (English versions: Ton-Ton Fruit)
    Sabi Sabi no Mi (English versions: Rust-Rust Fruit)
    Modo Modo no Mi (English versions: Return-Return Fruit)
    Hana Hana no Mi (English versions: Hana-Hana Fruit/Flower-Flower Fruit)
    Jewelry Bonney's Age Manipulation Fruit
    Blamenco's Pocket Fruit
    Mira Mira No Mi [Mirror-Mirror Fruit]

    Tier 3
    Eustass Kid's Electromagnetism Fruit
    Atsu Atsu no Mi (English versions: Heat-Heat Fruit)
    Baku Baku no Mi (English versions: Munch-Munch Fruit)
    Nikyu Nikyu no Mi (English versions: Paw-Paw Fruit)
    Ope Ope no Mi (English versions: Op-Op Fruit)
    Gura Gura no Mi (English versions: Tremor-Tremor Fruit)
    Fuwa Fuwa no Mi (English versions: Float-Float Fruit)
    Basil Hawkin's Scarecrow Fruit
    Issho's Gravity Fruit
    Ito Ito no Mi (English versions: String-String Fruit)
    Capone Benge's Fortress Fruit
    Gutsu Gutsu No Mi [English versions: Smelt-Smelt Fruit]
    Soru Soru No Mi [Soul-Soul Fruit]

    Zoan


    Tier 1
    Standard Zoans
    Ushi Ushi no Mi, Model-
    Hito Hito no Mi, Model-
    Tori Tori no Mi, Model
    Inu Inu no Mi, Model-
    Mogu Mogu no Mi, Model-
    Uma Uma no Mi, Model-
    Neko Neko no Mi, Model-
    Tokage Tokage no Mi, Model-
    Zo Zo no Mi, Model-
    Hebi Hebi no Mi, Model-
    Sara Sara no Mi, Model-
    Mushi Mushi no Mi, Model-
    Non-Canon and Custom
    Batto Batto no Mi, Model-
    Kumo Kumo no Mi, Model-


    Tier 2
    Ancient Zoans


    Tier 3
    Mythological Zoans
    Bennu PC
    Hades
    Nyarlathotep
    Kistune

    Logia


    Tier 1
    Moku Moku no Mi (English Versions: Smoke-Smoke Fruit) PC
    Yuki Yuki no Mi (English Versions: Snow-Snow Fruit) PC

    Tier 2
    Suna Suna no Mi(Sand Sand Fruit)
    Mera Mera no Mi (English Versions: Flare-Flare Fruit)
    Hie Hie no Mi (English Versions: Chilly-Chilly Fruit/Ice-Ice Fruit)

    Tier 3
    Oto Oto no Mi (English Versions: Sound-Sound Fruit)
    Goro Goro no Mi (English Versions: Rumble-Rumble Fruit)
    Yami Yami no Mi (English Versions: Dark-Dark Fruit)
    Pika Pika no Mi (English Versions: Glint-Glint Fruit)
    Magu Magu no Mi (English Versions: Magma-Magma Fruit) PC
    Gasu Gasu no Mi (English Versions: Gas-Gas Fruit
    Numa Numa no Mi (English Versions: Swamp-Swamp Fruit) PC

    NPCs will possess Devil Fruits on the occasion and only after their defeat will they be open.

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    [b]Fruit Tier:[/b]
    [b]Character Tier:[/b]
    [b]Link to Completed Quest if Needed:[/b]
    [b]Link to most Recent Devil Fruit Rolls:[/b]


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    [b][center][size=18]Devil Fruit List[/size][/center][/b]
    This list logs the Devil Fruits, Canon and Custom, that are occupied. This is also where you will post to lay your claim on Devil Fruits you have rightfully obtained through one of the methods above. [b][size=14]You may not change fruits after choosing, so choose wisely.[/size][/b]

    [b][left][size=16]Paramecia[/size][/left][/b][hr]
    [size=16][left][b]Tier 1[/b][/left][/size][strike]Gomu Gomu no Mi (English versions: Gum-Gum Fruit)[/strike] PC
    Solar Solar no Mi (Sun-Sun Fruit)
    Sube Sube no Mi (English versions: Slip-Slip Fruit/Smooth-Smooth Fruit)
    Kilo Kilo no Mi (English versions: Kilo-Kilo Fruit)
    Doru Doru no Mi (English versions: Wax-Wax Fruit)
    [strike]Supa Supa no Mi (English versions: Dice-Dice Fruit)[/strike] PC
    Choki Choki no Mi (English versions: Snip-Snip Fruit)
    Toge Toge no Mi (English versions: Spike-Spike Fruit)
    Bane Bane no Mi (English versions: Spring-Spring Fruit/Boing-Boing Fruit)
    [strike]Doa Doa no Mi (English versions: Door-Door Fruit)[/strike] PC
    Awa Awa no Mi (English versions: Bubble-Bubble Fruit)
    Beri Beri no Mi (English versions: Berry-Berry Fruit)
    Shari Shari no Mi (English versions: Wheel-Wheel Fruit)
    Suke Suke no Mi (English versions: Clear-Clear Fruit)
    Horu Horu no Mi (English versions: Horm-Horm Fruit)
    Woshu Woshu no Mi (English versions: Wash-Wash Fruit)
    Mato Mato no Mi (English versions: Mark-Mark Fruit)
    Buki Buki no Mi (English versions: Arms-Arms Fruit)
    Guru Guru no Mi (English versions: Spin-Spin Fruit)
    Beta Beta no Mi (English versions: Stick-Stick Fruit)
    Nui Nui no Mi (English versions: Stitch-Stitch Fruit)
    Jake Jake no Mi (English versions: Jacket-Jacket Fruit)
    Pamu Pamu no Mi (English version: Pop-Pop Fruit)
    Sui Sui no Mi (English versions: Swim-Swim Fruit)
    Hira Hira no Mi (English versions: Ripple-Ripple Fruit)
    Nagi Nagi no Mi (English version: Calm-Calm Fruit)
    Goe Goe no Mi (English versions: Shout-Shout Fruit)
    Hiso Hiso no Mi (English versions: Whisper-Whisper Fruit)
    Kama Kama no Mi (English versions: Sickle-Sickle Fruit)
    Kachi Kachi no Mi (English versions: Harden-Harden Fruit)
    Mini Mini no Mi (English versions: Mini-Mini Fruit)
    Ami Ami no Mi (English versions: Net-Net Fruit)
    Kopi Kopi no Mi (English versions: Copy-Copy Fruit)
    Urouge's Damage Conversion Fruit
    Horo no Mi (English versions: Hollow-Hollow Fruit)
    Giro Giro no Mi (English versions: Glare-Glare Fruit)
    Kanjuro's Drawing Fruit
    Jara Jara No Mi [English versions: Chain-Chain Fruit]
    Iro Iro No Mi [English versions: Camo-Camo Fruit]
     
    [size=16][b][left]Tier 2[/left][/b][/size]Moa Moa no Mi (English versions: More-More Fruit)
    Ishi Ishi no Mi (English version: Stone-Stone Fruit)
    Bara Bara no Mi (English versions: Chop-Chop Fruit)
    Bomu Bomu no Mi (English versions: Bomb-Bomb Fruit/Boom-Boom Fruit)
    Chiyu Chiyu no Mi (English version: Heal-Heal Fruit)
    Bari Bari no Mi (English versions: Barrier-Barrier Fruit) PC
    Mosa Mosa no Mi (English versions: Grow-Grow Fruit)
    Noro Noro no Mi (English versions: Slow-Slow Fruit)
    Kage Kage no Mi (English versions: Shadow-Shadow Fruit)     
    Mero Mero no Mi (English versions: Love-Love Fruit)
    [strike]Doku Doku no Mi (English versions: Venom-Venom Fruit)[/strike] PC
    Hobi Hobi no Mi (English versions: Hobby-Hobby Fruit)
    Ato Ato no Mi (English versions: Art-Art Fruit)
    Kyubu Kyubu no Mi (English versions: Cube-Cube Fruit)
    Yomi Yomi no Mi (English versions: Revive-Revive Fruit)
    Ton Ton no Mi (English versions: Ton-Ton Fruit)
    Sabi Sabi no Mi (English versions: Rust-Rust Fruit)
    Modo Modo no Mi (English versions: Return-Return Fruit)
    Hana Hana no Mi (English versions: Hana-Hana Fruit/Flower-Flower Fruit)
    Jewelry Bonney's Age Manipulation Fruit
    Blamenco's Pocket Fruit
    Mira Mira No Mi [Mirror-Mirror Fruit]
     
    [size=16][b][left]Tier 3[/left][/b][/size]Eustass Kid's Electromagnetism Fruit
    Atsu Atsu no Mi (English versions: Heat-Heat Fruit)
    Baku Baku no Mi (English versions: Munch-Munch Fruit)
    Nikyu Nikyu no Mi (English versions: Paw-Paw Fruit)
    Ope Ope no Mi (English versions: Op-Op Fruit)
    Gura Gura no Mi (English versions: Tremor-Tremor Fruit)
    Fuwa Fuwa no Mi (English versions: Float-Float Fruit)
    Basil Hawkin's Scarecrow Fruit
    Issho's Gravity Fruit
    Ito Ito no Mi (English versions: String-String Fruit)
    Capone Benge's Fortress Fruit
    Gutsu Gutsu No Mi [English versions: Smelt-Smelt Fruit]
    Soru Soru No Mi [Soul-Soul Fruit]

    [b][left][size=16]Zoan[/size][/left][/b][hr]
    [size=16][b][left]Tier 1[/left][/b][/size][size=16][left][b]Standard Zoans[/b][/left][/size]Ushi Ushi no Mi, Model-
    Hito Hito no Mi, Model-
    Tori Tori no Mi, Model
    Inu Inu no Mi, Model-
    Mogu Mogu no Mi, Model-
    Uma Uma no Mi, Model-
    Neko Neko no Mi, Model-
    Tokage Tokage no Mi, Model-
    Zo Zo no Mi, Model-
    Hebi Hebi no Mi, Model-
    Sara Sara no Mi, Model-
    Mushi Mushi no Mi, Model-
    Non-Canon and Custom
    Batto Batto no Mi, Model-
    Kumo Kumo no Mi, Model-
     

    [size=16][b][left]Tier 2[/left][/b][/size][size=16][left][b]Ancient Zoans[/b][/left][/size]

    [size=16][b][left]Tier 3[/left][/b][/size][b][left][size=16]Mythological Zoans[/size][/left][/b][strike]Bennu[/strike] PC
    [strike]Hades[/strike]
    [strike]Nyarlathotep[/strike]
    [strike]Kistune[/strike]
     
    [b][size=16][left]Logia[/left][/size][/b][hr]
    [size=16][b][left]Tier 1[/left][/b][/size][strike]Moku Moku no Mi (English Versions: Smoke-Smoke Fruit)[/strike] PC
    [strike]Yuki Yuki no Mi (English Versions: Snow-Snow Fruit)[/strike] PC

    [size=16][b][left]Tier 2[/left][/b][/size]Suna Suna no Mi(Sand Sand Fruit)
    Mera Mera no Mi (English Versions: Flare-Flare Fruit)
    Hie Hie no Mi (English Versions: Chilly-Chilly Fruit/Ice-Ice Fruit)

    [size=16][b][left]Tier 3[/left][/b][/size]Oto Oto no Mi (English Versions: Sound-Sound Fruit)
    Goro Goro no Mi (English Versions: Rumble-Rumble Fruit)
    Yami Yami no Mi (English Versions: Dark-Dark Fruit)
    Pika Pika no Mi (English Versions: Glint-Glint Fruit)
    [strike]Magu Magu no Mi (English Versions: Magma-Magma Fruit)[/strike] PC
    Gasu Gasu no Mi (English Versions: Gas-Gas Fruit
    [strike]Numa Numa no Mi (English Versions: Swamp-Swamp Fruit)[/strike] PC
     
    NPCs will possess Devil Fruits on the occasion and only after their defeat will they be open.

    [code][b]Fruit Name:[/b]
    [b]Fruit Tier:[/b]
    [b]Character Tier:[/b]
    [b]Link to Completed Quest if Needed:[/b]
    [b]Link to most Recent Devil Fruit Rolls:[/b][/code]
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