Nendou Nendou no Mi
|Translation||Telekinesis Telekinesis no Mi|
|English Name||Tele Tele no Mi|
|Eaten By||Kalderasha Valentina|
|Story / Creator||Viva la Vida by Cyberweasel89|
The Nendou Nendou no Mi is a Paramecia that gives the user limited telekinetic abilities. That is, the ability to move and lift objects with their mind. It was eaten by Valentina, the Quartermaster of the Outlaw Pirates
The fruit is apple-shaped, purple with swirls on it. The inside is red with swirls. The leaf on the stem is blue with swirls.
The major strength of the fruit is that the user can lift and move things purely with their mind, which has both combat and daily life capabilities.
The biggest weakness of the fruit is that while smaller things can be lifted with ease, larger things put a good deal of strain on the user's brain. The user can only lift or move living things with immense struggle. They can, however, lift and move themself. Other than that, the user is still subject to standard Devil Fruit weaknesses.
In the case of Valentina, she uses her Devil Fruit power to interact with the world despite having no arms or legs. She can merely lift things with her mind if she wants to hold something, and can make herself float when she needs to move.
- Crystal Shield: Valentina rapidly spins her crystal ball around her body. With precision timing, the ball's near indestructibility can be used to block attacks.
- Crystonball Shot: Valentina sends her crystal ball shooting forward, hitting the enemy with great force. The name is a combination of "crystal ball" and "cannonball".
- Tarot Shield: Uses a tarot card to block an attack.
- Tarot Wall: Uses a series of tarot cards to make a wall to block attacks.
- Mass Tarot Wall: This uses, many, many tarot cards to make a very large wall.
- Tarot Cut: This uses a floating tarot card to cut the enemy, as the tarot cards are very hard and sharp.
- Tarot Fury: This uses several floating tarot cards in a series of rapid attacks to cut the enemy several times all over their body.
- The fruit is apple-shaped most likely as a reference to Newton's laws and the concept of gravity.
- To be honest, Cyberweasel89 only heard that "nendou" means "telekinesis" from a second-hand source. When she actually looked up the word "nendou" and the word "telekinesis" in a Japanese translation site, neither turned up with any results. Due to this, if "nendou" is NOT the world for telekinesis, please tell Cyberweasel89 and she will see if she can correct this.