The Armadillo SMILE grants the user the physical characteristics of an armadillo. When Madilloman ate the Armadillo SMILE Fruit, he got an armadillo shell on his back. He also has a tail at the end of the shell with tiny hind legs. The armadillo’s head and forelegs are on top of his shell, and are quite small. Just like normal Zoan Devil Fruit users, SMILE users can also transform into animals.
|English Name and Meaning||Armadillo SMILE|
|Fruit Debut||One Piece Episode 935|
|Usage Debut||One Piece Episode 935|
Madilloman ate the Armadillo SMILE which made him gain all the characteristics of an armadillo. This fruit made a shell grow from his back. The shell acts as a good defense mechanism and the forelegs and hind legs cover up the front of his body and face to protect him. He can also curl up into a ball and roll into his enemies. He also has a combined attack with Alpacaman where he lays on his shell and starts spinning, while Alpacaman is on top of him spitting at the enemies, the spit acting as bullets.
The Armadillo SMILE Fruit gives Madilloman great defensive abilities as he has his strong shell to protect himself from incoming attacks. He uses Gifters to enhance and increase his strength in battle.
This SMILE doesn't have its own weaknesses other than the inability to swim and not being able to express negative emotions.
The SMILE fruits were invented by Caesar Clown who developed a way to create artificial Zoan fruit with the help of a new chemical known as SAD. Once the SMILE was created at a factory in Dressrosa, they were given money to multiply by Kaido. He fed the SMILE users Gifters which made them strong and powerful. The SMILE fruit is in the shape of an apple with yellow and medium yellow dots on them.
A. When Madilloman ate the Armadillo SMILE, he got an armadillo shell on his back. He also has a tail at the end of the shell with tiny hind legs and an armadillo’s head and forelegs on the top of his shell.
A. After the SMILE Factory was destroyed, the Beasts Pirates stopped receiving SMILEs and Gifters.