- "Raki" comes from "Rakkī" (ラッキー?), the Japanese way to pronounce the word "lucky".
- The FUNimation sub names this fruit as the Luck-Luck Fruit.
Strengths and WeaknessesEdit
By simply touching another person, the user will steal that person's luck to the point where they will become extremely unlucky, as multiple bad occurrences will immediately happen to them. The touch appears completely normal, allowing the user to make their actions inconspicuous. Once the user has absorbed enough luck from other people, they become so lucky that they are almost invincible, as any attempt to hurt them will no doubt end up in failure and they can even use simple objects such as coins that will play out in their favor, like causing accidents that will hurt their foes.
One downside to this power is that its effect seems to be only temporary, as Luffy and Sanji stopped being affected by it after some time. Due to this, the luck that the user has stolen from other people can become depleted, either because enough time has passed for the absorbed luck to "return" to the user's victims, or because the user got lucky enough for all of their luck to get "spent". The user has no control on what the luck is spent on, and can accidentally be spent on something they didn't mean to happen but will end up positive. A clever opponent can abuse this and end up using up the luck quicker then the user intended. Otherwise, the user is affected by the standard Devil Fruit weaknesses.
Baccarat uses her fruit's abilities to bring down the luck of casino players, as their losses put them in debt and force them to work for Tesoro.
In combat, Baccarat sneakily touches or throws coins at her opponents to bring down bad luck upon them and defeat them.
- ↑ Weekly Shonen Jump 2016 Issue 14
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 One Piece Movie 13, Baccarat is revealed to have eaten the Raki Raki no Mi
- ↑ One Piece Movie 13, Usopp tricks Baccarat into wasting her luck into a slot machine, returning her luck to normal