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Hai Hai No Mi
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Japanese Name: 灰アッシュませんミ
English Name: Ash-Ash Fruit
Meaning: Ash
First Appearance: Free Arc 1; Comic 32
Class Logia
User: Spikular Noten
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The Hai Hai no Mi is a Logia-Type Devil's Fruit  that enable the users body to generate and manipulate ash, in any form, as well as turn himself into ash, making him an "Ash Mobian". "Hai" means ash in Japanese and it was eaten by Spikular.

Appearence

The Hai Hai no Mi is a grey, oval shaped fruit with swirls that go along it.

Hai Hai no Mi

The Hai Hai no Mi that Spik consumed.



Strengths 

Ash is burnt matter, meaning it cannot be burned again, as such it is a great counter for fire. The ability to create virtually anything would have to be the fruit's main strength, along with the ability to turn himself into ash. It can also be produced from various parts of his body and hardened into a dense form that can crush an opponent in its grip, apply blunt force damage, or even be sharpened to cut them. He can spread it from his feet to allow him to cross great distances by creating a bridge or road made entirely of solidified ash.

Weaknesses

Being ash, it can be dismantled before it forms by a fierce wind or a surge of water. The hardened ash can theoretically be broken by a strong enough impact, but Spikular often boasts that it is stronger than steel.  Other than that, the user is also affected by the standard Devil Fruit weaknesses.

Trivia

  • This Fruit was originally planned to be a Logia Type, then switched to Paramecia-Type, then returned to Logia.
  • This fruit's base was of the shape of a watermelon.

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