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Gomu Gomu no Pistol
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Japanese Name: N/A
Romanized Name: N/A
English Name: N/A
Debut: Chapter 1; Episode 1
User(s): Monkey D. Luffy
Fighting Style Focus: Fists, Rubber body, Haki

Luffy always begins his attacks by saying "Gomu Gomu no..." and finish with an attack-specific word, either in Japanese or English, such as Gatling or Yari. The majority of them are named after guns and various other firearms. This naming pattern originates from the claim that Luffy made to Shanks that his fist is as strong as a pistol fire.[1] Other known attacks were named after various other aspects such as physical objects to mental stupidity.

In the Viz manga, all of Luffy's Devil Fruit based attacks begin with Gum-Gum instead of Gomu Gomu. In the 4Kids dub, Luffy's attacks also begin with Gum-Gum. However, the gun references are completely renamed for censorship reasons. In the FUNimation dub, they begin with Gum-Gum and the gun references are kept in. The Odex dub often translated "Gomu", making attacks begin with "Rubber" for the first 56 episodes and "Rubber Rubber" for 57 and up.

Oars was also able to utilize some of these techniques while under the effect of Moriah's Kage Kakumei technique.

Pre-Timeskip AttacksEdit

Gun and Artillery Themed AttacksEdit

The known normal Devil Fruit based attacks so far that are named after guns and various other artillery, that Luffy has used, are as follows:

  • Gomu Gomu no Pistol (ゴムゴムの銃(ピストル) Gomu Gomu no Pisutoru?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Pistol"): This is Luffy's signature attack; he stretches his arm back then throws a devastating punch. In other words, it is a standard straight punch, augmented with stretching. This attack can be used from short to long range. Luffy would typically increase the striking reach of fist by 'charging up' by means of first repeatedly swinging his un-stretched punching arm around before using the spinning force to both stretch his arm to its limits, and to maximize the hitting power. This is called Gum-Gum Pistol in the Viz Manga and FUNimation dub, Gum-Gum Blast in the 4Kids dub, Rubber Pistol in episode 1-53 of the Odex dub, and Rubber Rubber Pistol in the Odex dub after episode 53. Its name comes from Luffy's claim to Shanks that his punching arm is "as powerful as a pistol!" The first version of this is seen when Luffy tried fighting against Ace and Sabo when he was a child but it kept failing. Ace asks for the point of his fruit, and Luffy replays the move in his head, saying it does not come out the way he wants. This was first successfully seen being used on the Lord of the Coast after ten years of training in the manga, while in the anime, it is first seen being used against Alvida.[1] In the second version of Romance Dawn, Luffy used a technique similar in concept to this attack against Spiel.[2] According to a fan poll, this is the ninth favorite attack amongst fans with a total of 552 votes.[3]
    • Gomu Gomu no Pistol Shot

      Gomu Gomu no Pistol Shot.

      Gomu Gomu no Pistol Shot (ゴムゴムの銃「散弾」(ピストル「ショット」) Gomu Gomu no Pisutoru Shotto?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Pistol 'Shrapnel'"): Starts off as an ordinary Pistol attack, after which Luffy "twangs" his stretched arm, causing his fist to connect multiple times. In the anime this is called Gomu Gomu no Pistol and Shotgun. In the Viz Manga, this is called Gum-Gum Pistol Shotgun, while in the 4Kids dub, it is called Gum-Gum Quake. This was first seen being used against Crocodile after Luffy wet his own body with water.[4]
  • Gomu Gomu no Rocket (ゴムゴムのロケット Gomu Gomu no Roketto?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Rocket"): Luffy's main method of traveling long distances fast. He stretches out one of his arms or both and grabs a handhold, then retracts them, projecting himself high into the air at high speeds, over great distances, or even into an opponent. This was first used when Luffy was a child, along with Ace and Sabo, battling against the king of Mt. Colubo, a giant tiger. Ace had given this attack its name as seen when Luffy had launched Ace forward to attack the tiger in Episode 499. This technique is often times reckless especially if not done properly as Luffy could accidentally propel himself into a body of water or worse. Indeed, Luffy has little to no control after launching himself, being unable to change directions in mid-flight, and is only able to (barely) decelerate before landing. This was first seen being used to propel Luffy to the top of the Marine Base in Shells Town in the manga. In the anime, it was first seen being used to crash into Alvida's crew.[5] This technique is also capable of landing devastating attacks against larger opponents as shown against Dorry. A humorous usage of this "attack" was accidentally against Ace and Smoker in a Restaurant, who are both Logia Users but did not have the reflex to counter the Rocket. This is called Gum-Gum Rocket in the Viz Manga and 4Kids and FUNimation dubs. However in the anime, sometimes when this technique is used, Luffy dubs it with a different title, like Gum-Gum Pardon the Intrusion, or Gum-Gum Mooring Line.
Gomu Gomu no Bazooka

Gomu Gomu no Bazooka.

  • Gomu Gomu no Bazooka (ゴムゴムのバズーカ Gomu Gomu no Bazūka?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Bazooka"): Luffy stretches both his arms far back, and then hurls them forward, striking his opponent with both instantaneously with a double open palm strike with both hands, that frequently sends the recipient(s) flying off the other direction. This is usually used as a finishing move, he often prefers to do it at point-blank range, sometimes running up to his opponent as he's charging it. This was first seen being used to defeat Buggy.[6] This is called Gum-Gum Bazooka in the Viz Manga and FUNimation dub, Gum-Gum Double Barrel in the 4Kids dub, and Rubber Rubber Bazooka in the Odex dub. According to a fan poll, this is the fifth favorite attack amongst fans with a total of 995 votes.[7]
  • Gomu Gomu no Gatling (ゴムゴムの銃乱打(ガトリング) Gomu Gomu no Gatoringu?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Gatling"): Luffy uses his stretching ability to bring his fists forward repeatedly in a blurry, rapid barrage of strong punches that creates the illusion of him having multiple arms, however he does not actually grow more arms so he can still be stopped by an opponent fast enough (as Enel, Rob Lucci and Usopp have demonstrated). This was first seen being used against a group of Black Cat Pirates after being accidentally hypnotized stronger by Jango.[8] This is called Gum-Gum Gatling Gun in the Viz Manga, Gum-Gum Gatling in the FUNimation dub (and sometimes the Viz Manga), Gum-Gum Rapid Fire in the 4Kids dub, Rubber Gatling in episode 1-53 of the Odex dub, Rubber Rubber Punch during one scene in the Warship Island arc in the Odex dub, and Rubber Rubber Gatling for the rest of the Odex dub. According to a fan poll, this is the favorite attack amongst fans with a total of 3785 votes.[9]
  • Gomu Gomu no Bullet (ゴムゴムの銃弾(ブレット) Gomu Gomu no Bureto?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Bullet"): Luffy stretches one arm, far behind him while running, then snaps it back to deliver a short-distance, one-fisted powerful blow to an opponent. This was first seen being used on Don Krieg.[10] This is called Gum-Gum Bullet in the Viz Manga and FUNimation dub and Gum-Gum Burst in the 4Kids dub. According to a fan poll, this is the twenty eighth favorite attack amongst fans with a total of 68 votes. In all instances in the anime before the Water 7 arc, this attack is always called "Gomu Gomu no Pistol".[3]
  • Gomu Gomu no Bow Gun (ゴムゴムのボーガン Gomu Gomu no Bōgan?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Bow Gun"): Taking hold of his opponent from behind, Luffy repeatedly twists his torso vertically around his hips before grasping them with his feet and then rapidly untwisting, creating a snapback that sends his opponent flying upwards. This was first seen being used against Wapol.[11] This is called Gum-Gum Bowgun in the Viz Manga and FUNimation dub and Gum-Gum Crossbow in the 4Kids dub.
Gomu Gomu no Rifle

Gomu Gomu no Rifle.

  • Gomu Gomu no Rifle (ゴムゴムの回転弾(ライフル) Gomu Gomu no Raifuru?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Spinning Bullet"): Similar to the Gomu Gomu no Bullet, but Luffy twists his arm around as he stretches it behind him and hits the opponent at close range, massively increasing the velocity of the punch as twisting the arm stretches the arm even further without having to draw it back any longer which also saves the amount of time the kick-back takes. This attack is called Gum-Gum Rifle in the Viz Manga and FUNimation dub and Gum-Gum Drill in One Piece Grand Adventure. This was first seen being used against Enel.[12] According to a fan poll, this is the twenty first favorite amongst fans with a total of 85 votes.[3]
  • Gomu Gomu no Cannon (ゴムゴムの攻城砲(キャノン) Gomu Gomu no Kyanon?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Castle Attacking Cannon): Luffy builds up speed and momentum with a long series of quick punches similar to Gomu Gomu no Gatling, stopping just short of the target(s) at first, and finishes with a single double-palm blow similar to Bazooka. A powerful technique that can pierce strong armor, and, in combination with Zoro's Three-Swords Style, is devastating enough to puncture a hole through a massive tidal wave. This was first seen being used against one of the Franky Family's "Kairiki Destroyers". In the Viz Manga, FUNimation dub, and video game One Piece Grand Adventure, this is called Gum-Gum Cannon.[13]

Other Weapons Themed AttacksEdit

The known normal Devil Fruit based attacks so far that are named after other weapons other than guns, that Luffy has used, are as follows:

Gomu Gomu no Muchi

Gomu Gomu no Muchi

  • Gomu Gomu no Muchi (ゴムゴムの鞭 Gomu Gomu no Muchi?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Whip"): Luffy stretches his leg and kicks in a wide circle, striking multiple foes. This was first seen being used against a group of Marines in Shells Town.[14] This is called Gum-Gum Whip in the Viz Manga and 4Kids and FUNimation dubs.
  • Gomu Gomu no Tsuchi (ゴムゴムの槌 Gomu Gomu no Tsuchi?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Mallet"): Luffy stretches out his arms while twisting them, then takes hold of his opponent. He then untwists them, rapidly spinning his opponent, while bringing him crashing to the floor. This was first seen being used against Richie after he and Mohji destroyed Chouchou's master's store.[15] This is called Gum-Gum Gavel in the Viz Manga and Gum-Gum Hammer in the 4Kids and FUNimation dubs.
  • Gomu Gomu no Kama (ゴムゴムの鎌 Gomu Gomu no Kama?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Sickle"): Luffy grabs an object behind his opponent and pulls himself towards them. He then stretches out his other arm and clotheslines his opponent. This was first seen being used against Buggy.[16] This is called Gum-Gum Sickle in the Viz Manga and FUNimation dub and Gum-Gum Fist in the 4Kids dub.
  • Gomu Gomu no Yari (ゴムゴムの槍 Gomu Gomu no Yari?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Lance"): Luffy holds his feet together (with the bottoms of each touching each other) and kicks with both simultaneously. This was first seen being used against Kuro after Luffy dodged his attack.[17] This is called Gum-Gum Spear in the Viz Manga and 4Kids and FUNimation dubs.
  • Gomu Gomu no Ogama (ゴムゴムの大鎌 Gomu Gomu no Ōgama?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Scythe"): Identical to Gomu Gomu no Kama, but he uses both arms for the rocket and the clotheslining. This was first seen being used on a group of Krieg's pirates that were attacking the Baratie.[18] This is called Gum-Gum Giant Scythe in the Viz Manga and 4Kids and FUNimation dubs.
  • Gomu Gomu no Ono (ゴムゴムの戦斧 Gomu Gomu no Ono?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Battle Axe"): Luffy stretches one leg high into the air, then brings it crashing down on an opponent or structure, for massive damage, strong enough to destroy large buildings and ships in a single hit. Usually when Luffy executes this attack, after stretching out his leg, he brings his foot down immediately below him, however sometimes (mainly in the anime) he keeps his leg extended and brings it down, like a vertical version of Gomu Gomu no Muchi. This was first seen being used on the front porch of the Baratie.[19] It was also used to destroy Crescent Moon Galley's ship in the First Romance Dawn although not named. He also defeats Arlong with this move. This is called Gum-Gum Battle Axe in the Viz Manga and FUNimation dub and Gum-Gum Axe in the 4Kids dub.
Gomu Gomu no Ozuchi

Gomu Gomu no Ozuchi.

  • Gomu Gomu no Ozuchi (ゴムゴムの大槌 Gomu Gomu no Ōzuchi?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Big Mallet"): Similar to Gomu Gomu no Mallet, but he performs it using the feet and legs instead of hands and arms while in mid-air. He performed this while he was trapped inside Krieg's net, sending the latter crashing into Baratie's front porch. This was first used against Don Krieg. This is called Gum-Gum Giant Gavel in the Viz Manga and Gum-Gum Giant Hammer in the 4Kids and FUNimation dubs.

Other Concepts and Themed AttacksEdit

The known normal Devil Fruit based attacks so far that are named after other concepts other than weapons, that Luffy has used, are as follows:

Gomu Gomu no Fusen

Luffy's Gomu Gomu no Fusen.

  • Gomu Gomu no Fusen (ゴムゴムの風船 Gomu Gomu no Fūsen?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Balloon"): A technique wherein Luffy inflates himself rapidly through his mouth, further increasing his resistance to blunt attacks. With his inflated body, Luffy is capable of deflecting projectile attacks back at his attackers. This is not necessarily always an attack as Luffy can also use this technique for other purposes aside from deflecting projectiles such as escaping Smoker's Smoke Snake technique or using himself as a cushion when his ship is in for a hard landing. This can also prevent Luffy from sinking under water, making him bounce off the surface. This was first seen being used against one of Buggy's cannonballs after Luffy insulted Buggy.[20] This is called Gum-Gum Balloon in the Viz Manga and 4Kids and FUNimation dubs. According to a fan poll, this is the seventeenth favorite attack amongst fans with a total of 162 votes.[3]
  • Gomu Gomu no Kane (ゴムゴムの鐘 Gomu Gomu no Kane?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Bell"): While latched onto an enemy, Luffy stretches his neck backwards, then snaps it back for a devastating head butt to the opponent's face. It is named for the fact that if one were to hit another's head hard enough, they could make them hear bells. This was first seen being used to defeat Kuro.[21] This is called Gum-Gum Bell in the Viz Manga and 4Kids and FUNimation dubs.
  • Gomu Gomu no Kazaguruma (ゴムゴムの風車 Gomu Gomu no Kazaguruma?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Windmill"): A technique that was used once in the Arlong Arc. Luffy planted his feet into the ground to steady himself, then twisted his body around tightly. He then grabbed hold of Arlong's pet Mohmoo and unwound, spinning the Sea King around rapidly to crush the Fishmen surrounding him. After spinning around several times, Luffy then let go of Mohmoo and threw him far away. While it took out most of Arlong's Fishmen, it however had the disadvantage of getting Luffy's feet stuck in the ground.[22] This was first used against the Arlong pirates. This rather reckless move was inspired by the sight of the pinwheel on top of Genzo's hat by Luffy.[23] "Kazaguruma" can be translated as either "windmill" or "pinwheel". In the Viz Manga, this is called Gum-Gum Windmill while in the 4Kids and FUNimation dubs, this is called Gum-Gum Pinwheel. Luffy also used an alternate version of this move in the video game One Piece Grand Battle, and during his fight with Rob Lucci, where he does not plant his feet into the ground, but simply grabs his target and twisting his mid-section before unwinding, and throwing his opponent.
  • Gomu Gomu no Tate (ゴムゴムの盾 Gomu Gomu no Tate?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Shield"): Luffy grabs the fingers of one hand with the other, and stretches them before his face to block blades that pass between the fingers. This was first seen being used on Arlong.[24] This is called Gum-Gum Shield in the Viz Manga and 4Kids and FUNimation dubs.
Gomu Gomu no Ami

Gomu Gomu no Ami.

  • Gomu Gomu no Ami (ゴムゴムの網 Gomu Gomu no Ami?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Net"): Luffy entwines his fingers making a net like shape and then stretches out his fingers making a larger net in an attempt to trap his opponents. This was first seen being used on Arlong.[25] This is called Gum-Gum Finger Net in the Viz Manga and 4Kids and FUNimation dubs.
  • Gomu Gomu no Ikebana (ゴムゴムの生け花 Gomu Gomu no Ikebana?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Flower Arrangement"): A technique in which Luffy grabs hold of the Going Merry's mast and slams it into his opponent. This was first seen being used on Laboon.[26] The name is derived from the fact that the way the mast is slammed resembles typical Japanese flower arrangements. In the 4Kids dub, this technique is not present. This is called Gum-Gum Bouquet in the Viz Manga and Gum-Gum Flower Arrangement in the FUNimation dub.
  • Gomu Gomu no Stamp (ゴムゴムのスタンプ Gomu Gomu no Sutampu?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Stamp"): Luffy stretches his leg out and hits his opponent with the bottom of his foot, leaving an imprint, or "stamp", of his sandal. This was first seen being used to finish off Mr. 3. In the Viz Manga and FUNimation dub this is called Gum-Gum Stamp, and in the Odex dub this is called Rubber Rubber Stamp.
    • Gomu Gomu no Stamp Gatling (ゴムゴムのスタンプ銃乱打(ガトリング) Gomu Gomu no Sutampu Gaturingu?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Stamp Gatling"): Similar to Gomu Gomu no Stamp, except he makes multiple strikes with his foot. This was first seen used at Marineford against the Three Admirals, crushing a mast frozen by Aokiji. In the Viz Manga and FUNimation subs, this is called Gum-Gum Stamp Gatling.[27]
  • Gomu Gomu no Dame Da! (ゴムゴムのダメだ Gomu Gomu no Dame Da!?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber No Way!"): A joke technique in which Luffy stretches his arm to stop Usopp stealing his water given to him by Toto.[28] This was first used against Usopp. This is called Gum-Gum No Way! in the Viz Manga, 4kids and FUNimation dub. It was additionally called Gum-Gum Keep Away! in the 4Kids dub and Gum-Gum Leave me Alone! in the FUNimation dub. In the anime it was used again in the Rainbow Mist filler arc. According to a fan poll, this is the twenty fourth favorite attack amongst fans with a total of 76 votes.[3]
Gomu Gomu no Baku Baku

Gomu Gomu no Baku Baku.

  • Gomu Gomu no Baku Baku (ゴムゴムのバクバク Gomu Gomu no Baku Baku?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Chomp Chomp"): Luffy stretches his mouth wide open, and attempts to bite or swallow his opponent. This attack was named after and copied from Wapol's Baku Baku no Mi powers. In the Viz Manga, 4Kids, and FUNimation dubs, this is called Gum-Gum Munch-Munch. This technique was first seen being used against Crocodile.[29]
  • Gomu Gomu no Marunoko (ゴムゴムの丸鋸 Gomu Gomu no Marunoko?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Buzzsaw"): Luffy grabs his opponent from afar with both arms and winds himself up like with a bow gun. He then kicks off from the ground and spins towards his opponent to deliver a powerful head butt. In the Viz Manga, 4Kids dub, and the FUNimation dub, this is called Gum-Gum Buzzsaw. This was first seen being used against Crocodile after Luffy wet his own body with water.[4]
Gomu Gomu no Storm

Luffy finishes off Crocodile with Gomu Gomu no Storm.

  • Gomu Gomu no Storm (ゴムゴムの暴風雨(ストーム) Gomu Gomu no Sutōmu?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Storm"): An extremely powerful move and is easily one of Luffy's strongest attacks. Luffy first uses Gomu Gomu no Balloon and twists his body around tightly, then blows the air out behind him while untwisting to fly in forward while spinning towards an opponent, where he delivers a constant barrage of powerful punches similar to Gomu Gomu no Gatling, with power greatly enhanced by the momentum of his launch. This was first seen being used to defeat Crocodile.[30] This attack was powerful enough to beat Crocodile through an extremely thick ceiling of solid bedrock and cause a huge earthquake in Alabasta, and then propel him several hundred feet into the air. This technique can be used going sideways, upwards towards airborn targets, and downwards while Luffy is airborne.[31] In the Viz Manga and 4Kids and FUNimation dubs, this is called Gum-Gum Storm. According to a fan poll, this is the seventh favorite attack amongst fans with a total of 815 votes.[7] In the video game One Piece: Unlimited Adventure, an alternate version of this move is seen where Luffy first twists himself right before inflating, making the move quicker and faster.
  • Gomu Gomu no Hanabi (ゴムゴムの花火 Gomu Gomu no Hanabi?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Fireworks"): Luffy jumps into the air and spins around rapidly. He then stretches and wraps himself in his own arms and legs like a rubber ball. When the rubber rebounds and the 'ball' is unwrapped he unleashes a flurry of punches and kicks of increased speed, that go in every direction due to his fists and feet bouncing back and forth. This was first seen being used against the White Berets in Skypiea.[32] In the Viz Manga, the English version of Pirates Carnival (dubbed by 4Kids) and the FUNimation dub, this is called Gum-Gum Fireworks.
Gomu Gomu no Boh...

Luffy uses Gomu Gomu no Boh...

  • Gomu Gomu no Boh... (ゴムゴムのボー Gomu Gomu no Bō...?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Space Out..."): A technique in which Luffy "switches off" his conscious mind, allowing him to avoid attacks entirely on instinct. This made him immune to Enel's mind-reading Mantra ability.[33] The disadvantage is that he can neither think nor attack in this state. This was first used against Enel. According to a fan poll, this is the twentieth most favorite attack amongst fans with a total of 95 votes.[3] This is called Gum-Gum Space-Out in the Viz Manga and Gum-Gum Daze... in the FUNimation dub.
  • Gomu Gomu no Tako (ゴムゴムのたこ Gomu Gomu no Tako?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Octopus"): A technique in which Luffy makes his appendages go limp that they resemble the tentacles of an octopus. In the anime, he takes a deep breath which inflates his head to a large size and his limbs go limp when he exhales. This was done in an attempt to figure a way to fight against Enel's Mantra ability.[33] This is called Gum-Gum Octopus in the Viz Manga and FUNimation dub.
    • Gomu Gomu no Tako Hanabi (ゴムゴムのたこ花火 Gomu Gomu no Tako Hanabi?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Octopus Fireworks"): Much like Gomu Gomu no Hanabi except, due to the previous move, Gomu Gomu no Tako, his limbs bounce off of walls without losing speed. Because his limbs are limp, Luffy cannot predict or control where they will go if they ricochet off of an object, much less the unlucky opponent(s). This is completely advantageous against a Kenbunshoku Haki user as they also cannot predict where Luffy's punches and kicks would come at them. This technique was used against Enel during Luffy's battle against him.[33] In the Viz Manga and the FUNimation dub, this is called Gum-Gum Octopus Fireworks.
Mikata Robot

Gomu Gomu no Mikata Robo used on a Marine.

  • Gomu Gomu no Mikata Robo (ゴムゴムの味方ロボ Gomu Gomu no Mikata Robo?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Ally Robot"): Luffy wraps his arms and legs around a person's limbs in order to manipulate their movements. In the Viz Manga and FUNimation dub, this is called Gum-Gum Ally Robot. This was first used against a Marine in Enies Lobby.
    • Mikata Robo Punch (味方ロボパンチ Mikata Robo Panchi?, literally meaning "Ally Robot Punch"): Luffy uses his "Ally Robot" to punch an opponent. This was first used against a Marine in Enies Lobby. In the Viz Manga and FUNimation dub, this is called Ally Robot Punch.
    • Mikata Robo Kick (味方ロボキック Mikata Robo Kikku?, literally meaning "Ally Robot Kick"): Luffy uses his "Ally Robot" to kick an opponent. This was first used against a Marine in Enies Lobby. In the Viz Manga and FUNimation dub, this is called Ally Robot Kick.
  • Gomu Gomu no Kazan (ゴムゴムの火山 Gomu Gomu no Kazan?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Volcano"): Similar to Gomu Gomu no Ono, except Luffy's foot is stretched upwards to break through a roof. In the Viz Manga, this is called Gum-Gum Volcano. This was first seen being used against marines at Enies Lobby.[34]
  • Gomu Gomu no Ame (ゴムゴムの雨 Gomu Gomu no Ame?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Rain"): Luffy jumps into the air and performs a strong, rapid-fire punching attack while spinning. Similar to Gomu Gomu no Storm, except without inflating himself beforehand, and he punches while descending like rain. In the Viz Manga and FUNimation subs, this is called Gum-Gum Rain. It was first seen being used on gaolers of Impel Down.[35] This technique was actually first mentioned by a fan in an earlier SBS,[36] with the key differences of rather than jumping, he propels himself using the same method as Gomu Gomu no Storm, and rather than punching the enemy, Luffy spits at them.
Gomu Gomu no Migawari

Gomu Gomu no Migawari.

  • Gomu Gomu no Migawari (ゴムゴムの身代り Gomu Gomu no Migawari?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Scapegoat"): Luffy avoids getting hurt from his opponent by grabbing someone else around him and use them as a human shield. This was first seen used against Dracule Mihawk's Yoru, with Buggy as the shield. Buggy is not harmed due to his Devil Fruit ability, but it does not make him any happier about it.[37] The Gear Second version of this attack was first seen before this normal version made its debut. In the Viz Manga and FUNimation subs, this is called Gum-Gum Human Shield.

Anime Only TechniquesEdit

In the anime, Luffy displays some more unique uses of his rubbery body. The known named regular Devil Fruit techniques that are exclusive to the anime are as follows:

  • Gomu Gomu no Pachinko (ゴムゴムのパチンコ Gomu Gomu no Pachinko?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Slingshot"): Luffy grabs hand and foot holds, then intercepts a projectile, stretching back and firing the projectile back at its origin. In the Warship Island Arc he used this move to stop a lot of Marines and throw them into the water. This was first seen being used against the cannonball that Fullbody fired at Luffy; whereas in the manga, Luffy bounced it back with a Gomu Gomu no Fusen. This is called Gum-Gum Slingshot in the 4Kids and FUNimation dubs, and Rubber Rubber Slingshot in the Odex dub. In the FUNimation dub of the Warship Island arc, it is called Gum-Gum Pinball.
  • Gomu Gomu no Neji (ゴムゴムのネジ Gomu Gomu no Neji?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Screw"): Luffy grabs onto a large, spinning object that is shot at him while holding onto a foothold, twists his arms and legs as if to do a Gomu Gomu no Giant Gavel while the force of the object propels him further to his ability's limit, then slams the object into a foe while spinning. This was first seen being used against Bear King in the second One Piece movie.[38]
  • Gomu Gomu no Amidori (ゴムゴムの網取 Gomu Gomu no Amidori?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Net-Catch"): A technique wherein Luffy stretches his arm out to catch something. In the FUNimation dub this is called Gum-Gum Grab, and in the Odex dub this is called Rubber Catch. This was first seen being used to catch what Luffy assumed to be fish. Instead of catching fish however, Luffy caught an unconscious Apis adrift on her boat. The recoil of this technique is somewhat reckless as Luffy's arm knocked Zoro right off the Going Merry as Luffy reeled it back in.[39]
  • Gomu Gomu no Tsuribashi (ゴムゴムの吊橋 Gomu Gomu no Tsuibashi?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Suspension Bridge"): A technique wherein Luffy turns himself into a make-shift bridge by laying his rubber body across a gap. In the FUNimation dub this technique is called Gum-Gum Suspension Bridge, and in the Odex dub this is called Rubber Bridge. This was first seen being used to help Nami get across a wide gap in Warship Island.[40]
  • Gomu Gomu no Nagenawa (ゴムゴムの投げ縄 Gomu Gomu no Nagenawa?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Lasso"): A technique wherein Luffy entwines himself around something, and then stretches his arm to grab an object. In the FUNimation dub, this is called Gum-Gum Lasso. This was first seen being used when the Going Merry was going through a typhoon to get to the Lost Island. Luffy entwined his body to the ship's mast and stretched out his arm to lasso Ryuji's raft.[41]
  • Gomu Gomu no Propeller (ゴムゴムのプロペラ Gomu Gomu no Puropera?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Propeller"): Used against a giant sea bird in the anime, Luffy jumps into the air and does a Gomu Gomu no Gavel, with his hands grabbing the bird's beak to prevent it from attacking him, spinning the bird around in a cyclone before slamming down onto Going Merry's deck. In the 4Kids dub, this is called Gum-Gum Twister and in the FUNimation dub it is called Gum-Gum Propeller.[42]
    • Propeller Wind Down: A continuation of the above technique, after spinning his opponent in one direction, he then spins them in the opposite direction, further disorienting them. It was first used against the giant, Lily Enstomach.[43]
  • Gomu Gomu no Mizu Kure (ゴムゴムの水くれ Gomu Gomu no Mizu Kure?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Give Me Water"): Similar to Gomu Gomu no Rocket, except Luffy wraps the outstretched arm several times around the target before rocketing towards it. This was first seen being used to get onto Barbarbossa's ship in one of the Alabasta anime filler episodes. In the FUNimation dub, this is called Gum-Gum Give Me Water.[44]
  • Gomu Gomu no Sensuikan (ゴムゴムの潜水艦 Gomu Gomu no Sensuikan?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Submarine"): Similar to the Pistol, but his fist travels underground to uppercut the target. In the 4Kids and FUNimation dub, this is called Gum-Gum Submarine. [citation needed]
  • Gomu Gomu no Sadowari (ゴムゴムの砂土割り Gomu Gomu no Sadowari?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Sand Splitter"): While fighting on sandy terrain, Luffy outstretches his arm and skims the surface of the sand to uppercut the opponent from afar. This was first seen being used against Zoro in an Alabasta filler episode because Luffy went delusional from drinking cactus juice and thought that Zoro was Crocodile. In the FUNimation dub, this is called Gum-Gum Submarine.[45]
  • Gomu Gomu no Zenmai (ゴムゴムのゼンマイ Gomu Gomu no Zenmai?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Spring"): Similar to Gomu Gomu no Rocket, however he wraps his arm around a round object multiple times, making it very firm, he then spins around the object then suddenly getting shot very far and high in the direction Luffy wants. This was first been seen trying to get out of the ruins that Zoro and Chopper fell down and Luffy who climbed down. In the FUNimation dub, this is called Gum-Gum Spring.[46]
  • Gomu Gomu no Shoot (ゴムゴムのシュート Gomu Gomu no Shotto?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Shoot"): Used in Pirate Soccer King featurette. Luffy stretches back leg and kicks.[47]
  • Gomu Gomu no Tomotsuna (ゴムゴムの艫綱 Gomu Gomu no Tomotsuna?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Stern Rope"): Luffy used this to make a way from his ship to another ship. He stretches his arm far to catch the Marine ship and retracts it, just like Gomu Gomu no Rocket. This was first seen being used when he carried Sanji and Taijiyo back to and from a Marine ship in Post-Alabasta arc. In the FUNimation dub, this is called Gum-Gum Mooring Line.[48]
  • Gomu Gomu no Bungee (ゴムゴムのバンジー Gomu Gomu no Banjī?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Bungee"): When holding onto a ledge while stretched, Luffy retracts his arm to pull him up while hopping along the wall. This was first seen being used in Nami's filler episode in the Post-Alabasta arc to get back onto the Going Merry after Luffy accidentally fell off. In the FUNimation dub, this is called Gum-Gum Bungee Jump.[49]
  • Gomu Gomu no Warp (ゴムゴムのワープ Gomu Gomu no Wāpu?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Warp"): A sort of joke move used in the Rainbow Mist. Since the phenomenon creates a wormhole-like effect, Luffy attempts to "rocket" out of it only to end up exactly where he started. In the FUNimation dub, this is just simply called Gum-Gum Rocket.[50]
  • Gomu Gomu no Home Run (ゴムゴムのホームラン Gomu Gomu no Hōmuran?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Home Run"): Used in Pirate Baseball King featurette. Luffy first hits a baseball with his fist. Next, he twists his body around with Gomu Gomu no Pinwheel. Luffy finally unwinds his body making the ball fly out of his fist and making a home run.[51]
  • Gomu Gomu no Yo-Yo (ゴムゴムのヨーヨー Gomu Gomu no Yō-Yō?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Yo-Yo"): With a gold ball attached to his arm, Luffy holds onto an object and uses the ball to stretch himself so far that when he snaps back he is sent flying into the sky. A variation of this is used with Gomu Gomu no Fusen during the Enies Lobby saga as Luffy uses it to escape the Marines by jumping down from a build in while still holding on the bouncing back up. This is known as Gum-Gum Yo-Yo in the FUNimation dub.
  • Gomu Gomu no Koma (ゴムゴムの独楽 Gomu Gomu no Koma?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Top"): Luffy wraps an outstretched arm several times around a target, then pulls his arm away suddenly, causing the target to spin out of control. This was first seen being used against Foxy's Gorilla Puncher #13 in an anime filler episode.
  • Gomu Gomu no Jutte (ゴムゴムの十手 Gomu Gomu no Jutte?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Ten Hands"): While wielding a jutte, Luffy uses Gomu Gomu no Gatling. Used in the fourth one-hour special, against the Buggy family and later Hachi. This is also a pun that can mean "ten-hands" as well as referring the weapon used. Hachi comments on this as being "outnumbered" compared to his six swords style. In the FUNimation subs, this is called Gum-Gum Billy Club.[52]
  • Gomu Gomu no Senjukannon (ゴムゴムの千手観音 Gomu Gomu no Senjukannon?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Thousand Hands Kannon"): An alternate version of Gomu Gomu no Gatling with the name being a pun on Gomu Gomu no Cannon. Senjukannon is a thousand-armed goddess of mercy. Used in the fourth one-hour special.
  • Gomu Gomu no Gomu Doryoku (ゴムゴムのゴム動力 Gomu Gomu no Gomu Dōryoku?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Rubber Powered"): Luffy twists his arms around each other as if to do Gomu Gomu no Tsuchi, then grabs onto a propeller and spins his arms, increasing the power of the propeller. The move greatly exhausts him, however, probably because it requires him to submerge his arms in water, triggering his Devil Fruit weakness. This was first seen being used in the seventh movie, although the concept was seen during the anime version of the Donut Race in the Dave Back Fight arc.
  • Gomu Gomu no Twin Pistol (ゴムゴムのツインピストル Gomu Gomu no Tsuin Pistoru?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Twin Pistol"): Basically Luffy's normal Pistol attack, only with both of his arms instead. This was first seen used against Campacino and Brindo.
  • Gomu Gomu no 100,000 Degree Bazooka (ゴムゴムの100,000ダグレーバズーカ Gomu Gomu no Jūman Degurī Bazūka?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber 100,000 Degree Bazooka"): Basically a regular Gomu Gomu no Bazooka technique that was used by Luffy against Don Accino. The technique differs a little from a regular Bazooka technique, however at the moment of impact, Luffy continued applying force to the attack despite his hands being burned by the powers of Don Accino's Devil Fruit, the Atsu Atsu no Mi. As a result, Luffy was able practically use Accino's own Devil Fruit powers against him by allowing the heat being accumulated into his arms as he maintains contact with the Don's body to build-up. Thus allowing Luffy to send Accino flying away into his house, Lovely Land.[53]
  • Gomu Gomu no Haragi (ゴムゴムのハラギ Gomu Gomu no Haragi?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Belly Dance"): Luffy uses Gomu Gomu no Fusen and draws a face on his expanded belly and moves it while he dances. In the manga, this move was not named. In the FUNimation subs, this technique is called Gum-Gum Belly Talk. This joke technique was used in the Kuja's dinner celebration.
  • Gomu Gomu no Ricochet (ゴムゴムのリコチェット Gomu Gomu no Rikochetto?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Ricochet"): Luffy uses both of his arms and legs to rapidly having them bouncing on the surface of the area to attack multiple opponents, similar to Gomu Gomu no Tako Hanabi. This is first seen against the other Impel Down guards, while trying to rescue Ace.[54] In the FUNimation subs, this technique is called Gum-Gum Ricochet.
  • Gomu Gomu no Midare Gui (ゴムゴムの乱れ食い Gomu Gomu no Midare Gui?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Scatter Chomp"): Luffy rapidly stretches his neck to grab multiple items, such as meat, in his mouth. This was used in the One Piece x Toriko crossover special.[55]

Video Game Only TechniquesEdit

In the several One Piece video games, Luffy was given several techniques and moves, the known named techniques that are exclusive to the video games are as follows:

  • Luffy Punch (ルフィパンチ Rufi Panchi?): A standard, short ranged, Luffy's punch, mainly serves to make a combo to another attacks. Presents in Grand Battle!, Grand Battle! 2, One Piece Grand Battle 3, and One Piece: Grand Battle! Rush! (Grand Battle series).
  • Luffy Swing (ルフィスイング Rufi Suingu?): A standard, short ranged, Luffy's aerial swing of his arm, mainly serves to make a combo to another attacks. Presents in Grand Battle series.
  • Gomu Gomu no Dance (ゴムゴムの舞踏(ダンス) Gomu Gomu no Butō [Dansu]?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Dance"): A special move that combined several Luffy's attacks, started with Gomu Gomu no Kane, Gomu Gomu no Pistol, Gomu Gomu no Muchi, and Gomu Gomu no Gatling. Presents in Grand Battle series, this is a lv.2 special in Grand Battle and Grand Battle 2, and lv.1 special in Grand Battle 3 and Rush!.
  • Gomu Rush (ゴムラッシュ Gomu Rasshu?, literally meaning "Rubber Rush"): A special move that chain combos Gomu Gomu no Bullet, Gomu Gomu no Gatling and finish with Gomu Gomu no Bazooka. Presents in Jump Ultimate Stars as a special move for Luffy 4 koma character.

Post-Timeskip AttacksEdit

This is a list of attacks used by Luffy, that weren't seen pre-timeskip. Except the Haki-enhanced versions, the new attacks that Luffy has been shown using after his two years of training. Each one has a gun and artillery concept theme name, with the difference that they also have a reference to a specific animal. Additionally, he made an even stronger version of his original counter technique, as well as an interesting method of fighting which allows him to hover and attack at the same time.

Gun and Artillery Themed AttacksEdit

Gomu Gomu no Snake Shot

Gomu Gomu no Snake Shot.

  • Gomu Gomu no Snake Shot (ゴムゴムの蛇銃(スネークショット) Gomu Gomu no Sunēku Shotto?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber Snake Shot"): Luffy uses his Devil Fruit abilities to launch his arm in a swerving snake-like movement and grasp the enemy with an open hand gripping hard enough to cause great pain. Snake shot is a type of lead shot, it is very small, fits typically into a cartridge, and is generally used to shoot at snakes, rodents, and other small animals at very close range. This is called Gum Gum Snake Shot in the Viz manga and FUNimation sub. This was first seen used against Hody Jones to break one of his ribs and make him release Shirahoshi's hair from his grip.[56]
  • Gomu Gomu no Orei Fire (ゴムゴムのお礼砲(ファイア) Gomu Gomu no Orei Faia?, "Rubber Rubber Thank You Fire"): A stronger counter version of Gomu Gomu no Fusen, Luffy first absorbs the gunshots the way he does normally and then accurately rebounds the bullets right back at the enemy with twice the power as when they hit him. When he used this technique, Luffy put the thumb and forefinger of each hand together to form a rectangle with a crosshair similar to Chopper's Scope ability. This was first used against Rock.[57] In the Viz manga and FUNimation subs, this is called Gum-Gum Fire Salute.

Haki Enhanced AttacksEdit

  • Buso Koka: Gomu Gomu no Gatling (武装硬化 ゴムゴムの銃乱打(ガトリング) Busō Kōka: Gomu Gomu no Gatoringu?, literally meaning "Armament Hardening: Rubber Rubber Gatling Gun"): Luffy uses Busoshoku Haki to harden his fists, greatly increasing the strength of his standard Gomu Gomu no Gatling attack. It was used to shatter an icicle pincushion he was lured into by the Yeti Cool Brothers.[58] In the Viz Manga, this is called Armament Hardening Gum-Gum Gatling.
  • Buso Koka: Gomu Gomu no Bullet (武装硬化 ゴムゴムの銃弾(ブレット) Busō Kōka: Gomu Gomu no Bureto??, literally meaning "Armament Hardening:Rubber Rubber Bullet"): Luffy stretches one arm, far behind him while running, uses Busoshoku Haki to harden the fist at the end of his stretched arm, then snaps it back to deliver a powerful short-distance, one-fisted blow to an opponent's abdomen. It was used to deal a crippling blow to Hody Jones. It was unnamed in the Manga, though in Episode 558, it was referred to as Gum Gum Bullet.[59]

Other Concepts and Themed AttacksEdit

Gomu Gomu no UFO

Luffy using Gomu Gomu no UFO.

  • Gomu Gomu no UFO (ゴムゴムのUFO Gomu Gomu no Yūfō?, literally meaning "Rubber Rubber UFO"): Luffy twists back his legs midair, and lets them go, causing them to spin around and around horizontally similar to a discus, occasionally lashing out with his legs and kicking anyone within reach. Using this technique seems to allow him to hover a few feet off the ground. This was first used against some of Caesar Clown's subordinates.[60] In the FUNimation subs this is called Gum-Gum UFO.


Haki Enhanced AttacksEdit

Atama Buso Gomu Gomu no Kane

Atama Buso: Gomu Gomu no Kane.

  • Atama Buso: Gomu Gomu no Kane (頭武装 ゴムゴムの鐘 Atama Busō: Gomu Gomu no Kane?, literally meaning "Head Armament: Rubber Rubber Bell"): Luffy uses Busoshoku Haki to harden his forehead and gives a powerful stretched headbutt to the opponent. A much stronger version of his standard Gomu Gomu no Kane attack that was able to shatter the iron shields of the New Fishman Pirates' Iron Shell Squad. This was first used against the New Fishman Pirates' Iron Shell Squad. In the Viz manga this is called Head Armament Gum-Gum Bell.[61]


ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 1 Chapter 1 and Episode 4, Luffy's explanation of the strength of his punch and his first rubber based attack seen.
  2. Romance Dawn, Version 2, Luffy delivers a similar attack against Spiel.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 One Piece Manga — Vol. 40 Chapter 387 (p. 202), Favorite Attack Poll Results: 9-30.
  4. 4.0 4.1 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 22 Chapters 199200 and Episodes 121122, Luffy delivers some attacks onto Crocodile while wet.
  5. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 1 Chapter 4 and Episode 2, Luffy uses his Rocket technique to propel to the top of the Marine Base.
  6. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 3 Chapter 20 and Episode 8, Luffy defeats Buggy with Gomu Gomu Bazooka.
  7. 7.0 7.1 One Piece Manga — Vol. 40 Chapter 383 (p. 126), Favorite Attack Poll Results: 4-8.
  8. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 4 Chapter 30 and Episode 13, Luffy defeats some Black Cat Pirates with Gomu Gomu no Gatling.
  9. One Piece Manga — Vol. 39 Chapter 373 (p. 126), Favorite Attack Poll Results: 1-3.
  10. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 8 Chapter 65 and Episode 29, Luffy uses Gomu Gomu no Bullet on Krieg.
  11. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 17 Chapter 151 and Episode 89, Luffy uses Gomu Gomu no Bow Gun on Wapol.
  12. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 30 Chapter 281 and Episode 183, Luffy attacks Enel with Gomu Gomu no Rifle.
  13. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 35 Chapter 330 and Episode 234, Luffy attacks with Gomu Gomu no Cannon.
  14. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 1 Chapter 6 and Episode 3, Luffy uses his Whip technique to take out several Marines.
  15. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 2 Chapter 13 and Episode 6, Luffy uses Gomu Gomu Mallet against Richie.
  16. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 3 Chapter 18 and Episode 7, Luffy uses his Scythe technique against Buggy.
  17. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 5 Chapter 36 and Episode 15, Luffy attacks Kuro with Gomu Gomu no Yari.
  18. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 6 Chapter 53 and Episode 25, Luffy uses Gomu Gomu no Ogama on a group of Krieg's pirates.
  19. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 7 Chapter 59 and Episode 26, Luffy uses Gomu Gomu no Ono on the front porch of the Baratie.
  20. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 2 Chapter 15 and Episode 7, Luffy uses his Fusen technique to deflect one of Buggy's cannonballs.
  21. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 5 Chapter 39 and Episode 17, Luffy defeats Kuro with a rubber based headbutt.
  22. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 10 Chapter 82 and Episode 38, Luffy spins Mohmoo around and knocks out the majority of Arlong's men.
  23. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 9 Chapter 80 and Episode 36, Luffy is amazed by the pinwheel on top of Genzo's hat.
  24. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 11 Chapter 92 (p. 3-4) and Episode 42, Luffy uses Gomu Gomu no Tate and Gomu Gomu no Ami on Arlong.
  25. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 11 Chapter 92 (p. 6-7) and Episode 42, Luffy uses Gomu Gomu no Tate and Gomu Gomu no Ami on Arlong.
  26. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 12 Chapter 104 and Episode 63, Luffy slams the Going Merry's mast on Laboon.
  27. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 58 Chapter 565 and Episode 474, Luffy attacks with Stamp Gatling.
  28. One Piece Manga and Anime - Vol. 19 Chapter 167 and Episode 105, Luffy stops Usopp from drinking his water with Gomu Gomu no Dame Da!.
  29. One Piece Manga and Anime - Vol. 20 Chapter 178 and Episode 110, Luffy takes a bite off Crocodile.
  30. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 23 Chapter 209 and Episode 126, Luffy finally defeats Crocodile.
  31. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 49 Chapter 479 and Episode 372, Luffy attacks with Gomu Gomu no Storm as Nightmare Luffy sideways against Oars and Gekko Moriah.
  32. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 26 Chapter 242 and Episode 156, Luffy defeats most of the White Berets with Gomu Gomu no Hanabi.
  33. 33.0 33.1 33.2 One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 30 Chapter 281 (p. 13-14) and Episode 183, Luffy uses some "unconscious" techniques to fight against Enel's Mantra ability.
  34. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 40 Chapter 379 and Episode 267, Luffy attacks the marines with Gomu Gomu no Kazan.
  35. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 55 Chapter 541 and Episode 443, Luffy attacks with Gomu Gomu no Ame.
  36. SBS One Piece MangaVol. 40 (p. 146).
  37. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 57 Chapter 561 and Episode 470, Luffy uses Jet Migawari against Mihawk's attack.
  38. One Piece Movie 2, Luffy uses Gomu Gomu no Neji against Bear King.
  39. One Piece AnimeEpisode 54, Luffy uses Amidori to catch Apis.
  40. One Piece AnimeEpisode 55, Luffy uses his rubber body as bridge for Nami to crossover.
  41. One Piece AnimeEpisode 57, Luffy lassos Ryuji's raft to keep it from drifting away.
  42. One Piece AnimeEpisode 91, Luffy uses Gomu Gomu no Propeller to bring down a giant bird.
  43. One Piece AnimeEpisode 575, Luffy follows up Propeller with Propeller Wind Down.
  44. One Piece AnimeEpisode 98, Luffy uses Gomu Gomu no Mizu Kure to pull himself onto Barbarbossa's ship.
  45. One Piece AnimeEpisode 102, a hallucinating Luffy uses Gomu Gomu no Sadowari to attack Zoro.
  46. One Piece AnimeEpisode 102, Luffy uses Gomu Gomu no Zenmai to escape an underground ruin with Zoro and Chopper.
  47. One Piece FeaturetteDream Soccer King, Luffy uses Gomu Gomu no Shoot to score a goal.
  48. One Piece AnimeEpisode 133, Luffy uses Gomu Gomu no Tomotsuna to bring Sanji and Taijiyo over to a Marine ship.
  49. One Piece AnimeEpisode 132, Luffy uses Gomu Gomu no Bungee to pull himself back onto the Going Merry.
  50. One Piece AnimeEpisode 142, Luffy uses Gomu Gomu no Rocket inside the Rainbow Mist only to loop back to his original location.
  51. One Piece FeaturetteTake Aim! The Pirate Baseball King, Luffy uses Gomu Gomu no Home Run to win the game.
  52. One Piece AnimeEpisode 407, Luffy uses Gomu Gomu no Jutte.
  53. One Piece AnimeEpisode 335, Luffy uses Gomu Gomu no 100,000 Degree Bazooka to defeat Don Achino.
  54. One Piece AnimeEpisode 442, Luffy uses Gomu Gomu no Ricochet on the Impel Down guards.
  55. One Piece AnimeEpisode 492, Luffy uses the Gomu Gomu no Scatter Chomp.
  56. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 65 Chapter 639 and Episode 560, Luffy uses Gomu Gomu no Snake Shot against Hody Jones.
  57. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 67 Chapter 667 and Episode 593, Luffy uses Gomu Gomu no Orei Fire to reflect Rock's attacks.
  58. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 67 Chapter 667 and Episode 593, Luffy uses Buso Gomu Gomu no Gatling to shatter icicles.
  59. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 65 Chapter 637 and Episode 558, Luffy uses Buso Koka: Gomu Gomu no Bullet against Hody Jones.
  60. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 68 Chapter 678 and Episode 604, Luffy uses Gomu Gomu no UFO against Caesar's subordinates.
  61. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 65 Chapter 637 and Episode 558, Luffy uses Atama Buso: Gomu Gomu no Kane against Hody Jones.

External Links Edit

  • Rubber - Wikipedia article about rubber
  • Yubari King - Wikipedia article about the actual fruit the Devil Fruit is apparently shaped after
  • Rubber Man - TV tropes wiki article on the rubber super power trope
  • Firearm - Wikipedia article about firearms in general for which a majority of Luffy's Devil Fruit techniques are named after
  • Blood Doping - Wikipedia article on the process Gear Second utilizes
  • Ruffys Attacken - German One Piece Encyclopedia article listing Luffy's attacks

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