Gesshi Gesshi no Mi, Model: Squirrel
|Translation||Rodent Rodent Fruit, Model: Squirrel|
|English Name||Mouse Mouse Fruit, Model: Squirrel|
|Story / Creator||Viva la Vida by Cyberweasel89|
It looks like a brown almond with swirls on it.
The major strength of the fruit is that by shifting into half-squirrel form, the user gains sharp rodent teeth and a boost in agility. It is not really a speed boost, but the user becomes very agile, and they can climb very quickly. They can also glide with skin they can sprout near their armpits.
The major weakness of the Fruit is that, unlike most Zoans, the hybrid form does not offer much of a strength boost at all. On a lesser note, the user also has a craving for nuts.
The user is completely human and does their best thinking in this form.
The user is half-squirrel, half-human in this form. They sprout fur and gain a bushy squirrel tail, as well as access to their rodent teeth. The user can also use a squirrel's cheek pouches. But the big difference is that the fruit's power makes it so that each cheek is a pocket dimension that can store an almost unlimited amount of items in them. Even living things. Anything that can fit in the user's mouth can be stored there. The user also gains access to a squirrel's heightened smell.
- Destruction Gnaw: The user's teeth can gnaw through materials, allowing them to bring structures down by chewing through the support. They can also easily escape prisons by gnawing through the bars. Due to the fruit's power, the user can even chew through metal, but it takes much more time than wood does.
- Squirrel Flight: The user can sprout skin by their armpits to glide short distances.
In this form, the user is a full squirrel. With such a small form, the user can easily evade an enemy's moves. The user is also faster than their hybrid or human forms, and their smell is further heightened.
- Tracking Squirrel Bug: The user will use their small squirrel form to hide themselves on a person to spy on them.
- The joke with the Devil Fruit is that it is shaped like an almond. You see, the almond comes from a fruit tree called the almond tree. The "nut" that everyone is so familiar with is actually the pit seed of the almond tree's fruit. So, you see, the almond is not really a nut, but a fruit.