The Hebi Hebi no Mi, Model: Yamata no Orochi is a Mythical Zoan-type Devil Fruit. This fruit allows its user to transform into a hybrid or a full form of Yamata no Orochi, the eight-headed snake. This fruit was eaten by Kurozumi Orochi. After his death, the fruit went back into circulation.
|Name||Hebi Hebi no Mi, Model: Yamata no Orochi|
|English Name and Meaning||Snake- Snake Devil Fruit Model: Yamata no Orochi|
|Fruit Debut||One Piece Episode 965|
|Usage Debut||One Piece Episode 965|
|Current User||Kurozomi Orochi|
Forty one years ago, this fruit was given to Kurozumi Orochi by Kurozomi Higurashi, only if he followed her rules to take the title of the Shogun. Later on, Orochi became the Shogun and ate the fruit. When Denjiro killed Orochi, the fruit returned to its circulation.
This devil fruit is violet in color and has scaly features on it. Its shape resembles a pineapple with several swirls on the scales. There are seven green stem leaves on top of the fruit with a round triangle shape at the end.
This devil fruit grants its users eight separate heads, each of which has extremely long necks. The user has control over how many heads can sprout out at once and eight is the maximum limit. As they are Zoan users, they have a huge boost in their physical abilities.
They are also able to deal with a considerable amount of damage. The user is also able to attack and trap their targets with their strong jaws. They do possess good durability when they are in their full form. As the fruit consists of multiple heads, the user can survive being decapitated up to seven times even when they're in their human form before they die.
This devil fruit doesn't have its own weaknesses other than the standard devil fruit weakness, that is the inability to swim.
Orochi used his devil fruit powers in combat. He also used his power to intimidate his people. His ability allows him to survive being decapitated seven times. He used it to his advantage to launch hidden counter attacks on his enemies.
A. Hebi in Japanese means 'snake'.
A. A Yamata no Orochi is an eight-headed snake or dragon in Japanese mythology.