The Hiso Hiso no Mi is an anime-only Paramecia-type Devil Fruit that allows the user to understand the heart of an animal; in other words, allowing him or her to "speak" (without words, telepathically) to animals. It was eaten by Apis.
The power of the fruit was first demonstrated but not clearly explained during the moment when the Marines under Nelson discovered that Apis was aboard the Going Merry and began attacking the ship. The Devil Fruit's ability was shown inherently when Apis learned from the seagulls that a strong wind was coming their way which thus allowed the crew and her to escape from the pursuing Marines.
- "Hisohiso" means "whisperingly" in Japanese, a reference to the voice the user can hear.
- In the FUNimation dub it is called the Whisper-Whisper Fruit.
- In the Odex dub it's called the Fruit of whisper.
Strengths and WeaknessesEdit
While the fruit's power enables the user to telepathically communicate with animals, it should be noted that its influence does not extend to controlling the will of the animal nor the animal itself. There is also the curse of not being able to swim, like all other Devil Fruits. It is also unknown if the user can use the Devil Fruit's ability to call for help from undersea creatures in any circumstances.
Apis has been shown to communicate with animals with this power, and by earning their trust, they can warn her of any danger ahead of time. She used this power to talk to her dragon friend, Ryu.
- The Hiso Hiso no Mi is one of the few Paramecia that has virtually no offensive uses.
- Monkey D. Luffy, Kozuki Momonosuke and Gol D. Roger can all hear voices of animals, similar to how this fruit's power operates.
- Tony Tony Chopper possesses a similar ability, though this is due to the fact that he is a reindeer that gained human intelligence after eating the Hito Hito no Mi.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 One Piece Anime - Episode 54, the power of the fruit is demonstrated but not clearly explained.
- ↑ One Piece Manga — Vol. 82 Chapter 821 (p. 8-23), Luffy, Momonosuke and Roger can hear voices.