The Kokei Kokei no Mi is a Paramecia-type Devil Fruit that grants the user a rock-solid body, this ability makes the person a Solid Human (ソリッド人間 Soriddo Ningen). The word "Kokei" is derived from the phrase "a solid body."
|Kokei Kokei no Mi|
|English Name:||Solid-Solid Fruit|
The Kokei Kokei no Mi is a blue papaya with a solid look to it.
The main strength of this Devil Fruit is that it grants the consumer a body that possesses invulnerability to all types of physical damage. This includes blunt, slashing, piercing and even explosive attacks. It is an ability that is constantly active so they do not need to focus on it in order to activate it like a similar Devil Fruit that augments defense.
Aside from its defensive capabilities, it also enhances the strength of the user to inhuman levels. Something as simple as a tap on the shoulder can break bones and a full on punch from the consumer is equivalent to being hit by a brick wall.
Although the user is immune to all types of physical damage, anything that is immaterial in nature can damage them to the full extent. So anything like ice, electricity or extreme heat would be able to hurt them.
The solidarity of their body can, in rare occasions, be overtaxed by something that produces an equal amount of force to what the user can produce. In essence, if they were hit by their own attack it would cancel out the invulnerability of their defense and injure them.
Similarly, anyone capable of utilizing Busoshoku Haki will also break right through the shield and do full damage to the person, possibly even more considering it is imbued with Haki.
The attacks utilized by the consumer are very simple, often being named by parts of the body such as palm, elbow, or fist.
- Palm (パーム Paamu): A straight thrust with the heel of the palm, the force spread along the entirety of the hand usually enhances the amount of damage that is transferred to the target, ensuring massive damage.
- Elbow (エルボー Eruboo): An elbow strike. The density of the bone coupled with the strength of the Devil Fruit makes this attack particularly devastating.
- Knee (ニー Nii): An upward knee strike, usually used in close proximity. A variant of this is Flying Knee (フライングニー Furaingu Nii) which is exactly what it claims to be.