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Hey! The round of 32 of the Devil Fruit Super-Tournamentstarts now! Hurray to me for overcoming my laziness!
-Winner: Hie Hie no Mi
- Winner: Pika Pika no Mi
-Winner Gomu Gomu no Mi
-Winner Fuwa Fuwa no Mi
-Winner Doa Doa no Mi
-Winner Hana Hana no Mi
Introducing the contestants:
- Yami Yami no Mi: The Yami Yami no Mi, is a Logia type Devil Fruit that allows the user to become "darkness". "Yami" (闇) is the Japanese word for "darkness". It originally belonged to Commander Thatch of Whitebeard Pirates' 4th division, but was stolen and eaten by Marshall D. Teach.
- Supa Supa no Mi: The Supa Supa no Mi is a Paramecia type Devil Fruit that turns the users body into steel and allows the user to turn any part of their body into a steel blade to attack opponents with. "Supasupa" is the noise a knife makes when cutting through something. It was eaten by Daz Bones.
- Tori Tori no Mi, Model: Falcon: A Zoan-class Devil Fruit that allows the user to transform into a falcon or falcon-human hybrid at will. This is also noted as one of the five known Devil Fruits that allows the power of flight. It was eaten by Pell.
- Nikyu Nikyu no Mi: The Nikyu Nikyu no Mi is a Paramecia type Devil Fruit that bestows its user the ability to push anything they touch at a very high speed, and is physically represented as paws on the user's palm that seem to be permanently engraved into the user, as Kuma is always seen wearing gloves when his powers are not in use. It was eaten by the Shichibukai Bartholomew Kuma.
(Votes stay open until 19:00, 22.07.2011, Only 1 Devil Fruit can advance!)
The poll is closed the following fruits are advancing:
-Match 7: Supa Supa no Mi
-Match 8: Nikyu Nikyu no Mi
Feel free to leave any comments and suggestions below!16:57, July 19, 2011 (UTC)