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With the Phoenix Model of this fruit comes a regenerative property to attacks akin to the indestructibility of Logia-types, with the added benefit of flight and the strength enhancement of Zoan-types. Not only does the user, Marco the Phoenix, get a regenerative ability, but we also find him using his powers to heal others, making this fruit a little better for your health than avocados (but probably not as expensive).

While his status and hold of the power has yet to be revealed, the current user, Bartholomew Kuma, has used this power to defend himself, weaponize air like bullets, and even transport himself and others at light speeds. One of the most shocking uses of his power even includes an instance where Kuma grabbed and compressed a large section of air, creating a powerful bomb to take down Little Oars, Jr. How’s that for power scaling?
This fruit gets major points for pretty much making its user indestructible. Based off a Japanese children’s gesture where you cross fingers to create a barrier from someone that you don’t like, the Barrier-Barrier fruit grants its user, Bartolomeo, a single, indestructible barrier when he does the same.

This Devil Fruit once belonged to “Whitebeard” Edward Newgate, the man formerly known as the “World’s Strongest Man” and the top pirate in the world of One Piece. It allows its user to create shock waves akin to the magnitude of powerful earthquakes, a power that even Whitebeard himself was not able to control the exact degree.
Having a good power system has essentially become a must in any Shounen series, but none are as full of zaniness as the Devil Fruits from One Piece.
Now, imagine this for an entire country, subjugating anyone who opposes the ruling tyrannical force. It doesn’t matter how strong a person is—as long as the user is able to touch them, they’re turned into a cute toy to be enslaved by the kingdom. As an added bonus, it also halts the aging process of its user, like Sugar, who will forever look 10 years old despite currently being 22. This fruit…has a lot.
Even to a giant like Hajrudin, Pica was able to easily overshadow everyone and devastate by essentially punching people with their own neighborhoods.
Updated May 12, 2020: The exciting world of One Piece’s Devil Fruits have only grown as the Whole Cake Island Arc left and the series went into the mystical world of Wano. New and powerful otherworldly delights have been shown in the series as of late, creating grander spectacle in the world and even harsher competition for the Strawhats. This list will be expanding its entries to include some of the fresher Devil Fruits that have sparked fans’ imaginations.

Admiral Kizaru may be one of the least shown Marine admirals, but that doesn’t mean people should underestimate him. Kizaru has the most powerful Devil Fruit out of all of the original three admirals and perhaps even the new generation. The Glint-Glint Fruit is a Logia-type Devil Fruit that lets the user take on the qualities of light, meaning that Kizaru is both indestructible and fast as a flash.

Having a good power system has essentially become a must in any Shounen series, but none are as full of zaniness as the Devil Fruits from One Piece.

Best devil fruit

The Hobby-Hobby Fruit gives the user the ability to ruin lives. Well, more specifically, it allows users to turn whomever they touch into a toy, erasing away any memory of the person in the process. Using this power, Sugar created a caste of subservient toy citizens in Dresrossa, some of whom were forgotten by their friends and loved ones for over 14 years. On top of that, once turned into a toy, the victims enter a contract with Sugar where they’re forced to obey her every order. All Sugar needs to do is catch her opponents unaware long enough to touch them to turn them into loyal servants for life. Sure, it’s not flashy, but in terms of “power”, the Hobby-Hobby Fruit is the most life-altering and devastating Fruit we’ve seen to date.

The Soul-Soul Fruit grants users the ability to manipulate souls, allowing them to reduce others’ lifespans by taking a piece of their soul, and using it to bring an inanimate object to life. Big Mom built a society using this fruit, allowing her to use fragments of her followers’ souls to create an army of servants. The only drawback? These enspirited objects have free will, which really isn’t a problem if you’re the biggest, toughest, meanest woman on the sea. Big Mom hasn’t been seen using this ability to attack her enemies directly, but she became queen of her own island, and has a huge family of loyal children, each ripe with life-force to create more loyal minions.
7. Ice-Ice Fruit (Hie Hie no Mi)

Known as the fruit with the most “evil” power, the Dark-Dark Fruit bestows the user with the power of darkness, obviously. Users of this fruit can create black holes to absorb any attack and flatten their opponents with immense pressure. Blackbeard, this fruit’s user, was able to crush an entire city by sucking it into his body, and he can store people and objects in this pocket of darkness (although living things seem to have a very bad time when exposed to it). This special fruit also comes with one other potent ability: when the user touches another Devil Fruit user, that Devil Fruit’s ability is temporarily nullified, as demonstrated when Ace and Blackbeard clashed on Banaro Island. As long as he can touch them, against Blackbeard, all other Devil Fruit users are just regular humans.
The most iconic feature of One Piece’s pirating saga is the mysterious Devil Fruits – oddly colored fruits of unknown origin that appear throughout the series. Upon consumption, they grant the eater fantastic powers, but strip away their ability to swim. A person can only consume one of these miracle fruits, and each one is unique (although they can be very similar to one another), so naturally, you’ll want to get your hands on the most powerful one if you want a good shot at being the Pirate King.
2. Tremor-Tremor Fruit (Gura Gura no Mi)
But the Op-Op fruit isn’t considered valuable because of all those abilities; What makes this fruit so special is its ability to grant another person eternal youth at the cost of the user’s life. Who said power doesn’t come at a high price?
4. Rumble-Rumble Fruit (Goro Goro no Mi)

10. Paw-Paw Fruit (Nikyu Nikyu no Mi)

The most iconic feature of One Piece’s pirating saga is the mysterious Devil Fruits – oddly colored fruits of unknown origin that appear throughout the series. Upon consumption, they grant