The Doa Doa no Mi is a Paramecia-type Devil Fruit that turns the user into a Door Human by enabling them to build doors through anything they touch. Any portion of their body, from the palms of their hands to their entire bodies, can be used to build a door, and those doors typically take on the shape and appearance of the body part that made it. The doors don’t totally close; they are still open for anyone to pass through. This fruit was devoured by Blueno.
|Name||Doa Doa no Mi|
|English Name and Meaning||Door-Door Fruit|
|Fruit Debut||One Piece Episode 231|
|Usage Debut||One Piece Episode 231|
At some point in the past, Blueno consumed the Doa Doa no Mi (Door-Door) Devil Fruit.
The fruit’s more important ability, as shown by Blueno, is its ability to enable the creation of a door on nearly any solid surface to provide an entrance. In spite of the object’s thickness or strength, this enables them and anybody else to pass through it. Although the user of this ability normally uses it to obtain free passage, there are other methods to take advantage of it, such as by trapping an opponent’s foot in tiny doors that are made underneath them. By putting doors on an opponent’s body to render them immobile, this skill can be used to dissuade opponents as well as living people.
One of the greatest strengths of this fruit is that it generates doors through the atmosphere itself. The Air Doors open up to what appears to be a pocket dimension within the air itself. This dimension not only enables the user and anybody else to cross great distances, but also offers a safe haven for them to stay from where they can either spy and ambush enemies, or endure powerful attacks. It is excellent for stealth operations. The sole drawback is that there is no way for the user to engage with the real world while they are within his pocketed dimension other than to first leave and then enter back into it.
The main disadvantage of this fruit is that the manifested doors will automatically re-seal themselves after a set amount of time, be it by Blueno’s violation or simply by their own. This was seen shortly after Blueno had partially transformed Luffy’s face into a rotating door, when it returned to normal. This is due to the fact that “if a door is opened, it must close,” claims Blueno. Also, the Doa Doa no Mi has very limited offensive abilities because it is one of the few Paramecia Fruits that cannot directly harm or kill the enemy. Apart from that, the fruit has the usual Devil Fruit weaknesses.
Blueno mostly uses the fruit’s power to open portals in walls and the air for movement, infiltration, and protection from his enemies as well as to trap and mislead the enemy. The Doa Doa no Mi, however, is one of the few Devil Fruits that isn’t shown doing any harm to the enemy; instead, it is used to trap or confuse them for a subsequent strike.
Bluenco has demonstrated the following techniques using his Devil Fruit’s abilities:
Blueno creates a door on any surface he chooses to.
Blueno creates food in the air itself, which allows access to a separate space where he can hide and move undetected.
Blueno utilizes his power to turn his opponent’s face into a revolving door. This makes the enemy’s face spin around very fast, which makes them confused and dizzy.
A. The Doa Doa no Mi turns its user into a Door Human, granting them the ability to open a portal through a door on any surface.
A. Considering the fact that it has no offensive abilities, or none that have been yet shown, it is easy to assume it has fewer advantages than other Paramecia-type Devil Fruits.