Taiyo Taiyo no Mi
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|Translation||Sun Sun Fruit|
|English Name||Solar Solar Fruit|
|Power||To create, control and become a collection of solar energy.|
|Story / Creator||ThunderBeam707|
The Taiyo Taiyo no Mi is a Logia Devil Fruit that the user to create, control and transform into a collection of solar energy at will, making the user a Sun Human. "Taiyo Taiyo" is the Japanese meaning of sun or solar. It was eaten by Apollo.
Strength and WeaknessesEdit
The main strength of the fruit grants the user to transform, shape and manipulation the aspects of the sun, starting from its immense heat, luminosity, mass gravitational field, magnetic field, raw nuclear energy and reactiom, etc.. More specific effects include effects of solar winds/flares, geomagnetic storms, sunspot reaction causation, UV missions and possibly plant growth promotion.
This ability is naturally of higher order of magma and fire combined, since the sun itself is hotter the user is capable of overwhelming and neutralizing and even burning those such as magma and given the immunity to fire attacks and even bright lights, making it their natural enemy.
Aside from standard Devil Fruit weaknesses, Apollo's power does not posses any specific weakness as of yet.
The power bestowed and used by Apollo has been used in various ways. It is not known how long he has used its powers. He used his powers mostly for fighting or sometimes for escape or transportation. He is also capable of executing solar attacks. Apollo names some of his attacks after greek solar deities and variations of it that are added with greek alphabets.
- Apollo's Bow
- Apollo's Bow α
- Apollo's Bow β
- Apollo's Harp
- Apollo's Harp α
- Apollo's Harp β
- Helios α
- Helios β
- Eos α
- Eos β
- Prometheus Torch
- Black Sun
- Five Suns
- Sun Cross
- Sun Spot
- Sun - Wikipedia article on the sun.
- Solar energy - Wikipedia article on solar energy.
- Black Sun - Wikipedia article on Apollo's attacks are named after.
- Five Suns - Wikipedia article on Apollo's attacks are named after.
- Helios - Wikipedia article on the Greek God of the Sun.
- Eos - Wikipedia article on the Greek Goddess of the Dawn.