|Mini Mini no Mi|
|Romanized Name:||Mini Mini no Mi|
|Official English Name:||Mini-Mini Fruit|
|Usage Debut:||One Piece: Round the Land; Episode 575|
|Current User:||Blyue (game);
Lily Enstomach (anime)
The Mini Mini no Mi is a non-canon Paramecia-type Devil Fruit that allows the user to become smaller than their actual size. In the FUNimation subs, it is called the Mini-Mini Fruit. The fruit was eaten by two different characters under different media: the first was in the video game Round the Land by Blyue; it was reused in the Z's Ambition Arc, where it was eaten by Lily Enstomach.
Strengths and WeaknessesEdit
The main strength of this Devil Fruit is that the user can shrink down to 5 mm in height without reducing their strength. The user can also return to their original dimensions or any new size between the two extremes.
However, this fruit permanently changes the default size of its user, which becomes about the height of two human hands. This means that if the fruit's powers are negated, such as when falling in the sea, the user's dimension will change back to this new form rather than their original. Other than this, the fruit also has the standard Devil Fruit weaknesses.
The fruit also seems to affect clothes and personal items such as weapons, which changes size to match the users, as seen when Blyue's battle axe and shield and Lily's fork grow larger when they turn into their normal giant forms. However, this trait does not seem to be unique to the Mini Mini fruit in particular.
For giants like Blyue and Lily, they are capable of shrinking down to a smaller size, making it easier for them to interact with humans and smaller creatures, as well as gain mobility in terms of avoiding attacks. Furthermore, the shrinking power makes the user far more stealthy and harder to find. Another effect that is especially convenient for people who enjoy to eat, is that the food will be large compared to the user, giving them more food to eat.
Lily has stated that she can use the fruit to slip inside her enemies' bodies and then grow, making them burst into pieces. She tried to use this technique against Shuzo when she asked Usopp to shoot her into his mouth, but instead went into Luffy's. However, she was able to turn this setback into an advantage by returning to her normal size while inside Luffy, whose Gomu Gomu no Mi powers allowed his body to expand to Lily's giant form. This gave him an increase in strength to match his size, making him able to defeat Shuzo with one attack.
- Mini Mini no Full Rebound (ミニミニのフルリバウンド Mini Mini no Furu Ribaundo?): Lily changes back to her original giant size. In the FUNimation subs, this is called Mini-Mini Full Rebound.
- This fruit is one of the three Devil Fruits introduced in video games (the first being the Nemu Nemu no Mi, and the second being the Pasa Pasa no Mi).
- This fruit is the only Devil Fruit so far that has been eaten by a giant (on both occasions it was shown).
- This fruit is the only Devil Fruit known to have been eaten by two different Giants at different times in its known existence.
- This is the second of three Devil Fruits to have two different known users, the first being the Gura Gura no Mi and the third being the Mera Mera no Mi. However, this fruit is non-canon with both users.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 One Piece Games — Round the Land, Blyue demonstrates usage of the Mini Mini no Mi.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 One Piece Anime — Episode 575, Lily demonstrates usage of the Mini Mini no Mi.
- ↑ One Piece Anime — Episode 578, Lily combines her powers with Luffy's rubber body.