|Pasa Pasa no Mi|
|Romanized Name:||Pasa Pasa no Mi|
|Usage Debut:||Big Secret Treasure of the Seven Phantom Islands|
The Pasa Pasa no Mi is a non-canon Logia-type Devil Fruit from the video game One Piece - Big Secret Treasure of the Seven Phantom Islands that allows the user to create, control, and transform into pieces of paper. In Japanese, "pasa pasa" is an onomatopoeia for rustling, as of paper. It was eaten by Simon, the game's main antagonist.
Strengths and WeaknessesEdit
As shown by Simon, this fruit allows the user to transform into sheets of paper to strike or evade attacks like any other Logia-class Devil Fruit users. It also appears that his transformation can be used to write something on in like how Simon wrote his pirate symbol in one of his paper form. It also appears he can be in a form of any paper such cards and books.
This fruit does have one specific weaknesses against fire, aside from the standard Devil Fruit weaknesses.
Simon basically uses this fruit's power to strike and evade like any Logia-class Devil Fruit users. He can launch pages of paper at his opponents as projectiles. The two named attacks he has shown are:
- Sefer Ha-Bahir (灯明の書（セフェル・ハ・バヒル） Seferu Ha-Bahiru?, literally meaning "Book of the Brightness"): Simon's offensive technique. It appears to be some kind of explosive attack.
- Sefer Yetzirah (形成の書（セフェル・イェツィラー） Seferu Yetsirā?, literally meaning "Book of Formation"): Simon's defensive technique.
- Due to the late release into the English speaking languages and the retirement of the console it was released onto (Game Boy Advance), the game (and this fruit's name) was never released as an English translation.
- This is the first of three Devil Fruits to originate from video games, the others being the Nemu Nemu no Mi and the Mini Mini no Mi. However, this is the only one of the three that is a Logia and it also didn't appear in the anime.
- Paper - Wikipedia article on paper.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 One Piece Games — Big Secret Treasure of the Seven Phantom Islands, the Pasa Pasa no Mi is introduced.