|Dori Dori no Mi|
|Japanese Name:||Dori Dori no Mi|
|English Name:||Drip Drip Fruit|
The Dori Dori no Mi is a Logia-type devil fruit that allows the user to transform into drops of rain or hail. The name derives from the Japanese word "Dorippu (ドリップ)", meaning "drip". It was eaten by ????.
Strengths & Weaknesses
The major strength of this fruit is that the user can turn him/herself into liquid or solid droplets. Being a Logia devil fruit, the user becomes made up of those droplets and swords, bullets, and objects become ineffective. This also allows him/her to produce droplets from their body and use them as projectile weapons. When using liquid droplets, the user can change the temperature of the droplets to room temperature or heated, allowing them to burn, or burn through, people and/or objects. With solid droplets, the user can decrease the temperature to use them as bullets, damaging people and objects. He/she can also form a melee weapon out of frozen droplets, such as how Aokiji can make an ice sword.
The weakness of this fruit is that the liquid being used is not water. The liquid that the user uses is made of his/her body and doesn't weaken devil fruit eaters. Another weakness is dry objects. If the user is to be covered with sand or any object that absorbs liquids, the user is prone to common attacks. All other standard devil fruit weaknesses apply.
The fruit's main use is for projectile attacks. The drops and hail can be used as bullets and doesn't need the user to be close to the target(s). The user can shoot his/her hands into the air, similar to Akainu, and rain down liquid drops, hail, or a mix of both. He/she can also compress the droplets/hail together to make big drops and fire that at enemies/objects. The fruit can also be used for slipping through fences, gates, and anything with holes. If the user desires, the fruit can also be used to create sharp or blunt weapons for close combat.
- Depending on the type of clothes the user is wearing, he/she can appear to be water and fool devil fruit eaters.
- This fruit is based off of rainstorms and hail, common forces of nature.