The Mira Mira no Mi is a Paramecia-type Devil Fruit that allows its user to create mirrors that reflect attacks or appearances, transforming the user into a Mirror Human. It was consumed by Charlotte Brûlée. The fruit’s abilities were demonstrated during the Whole Cake Island Arc.
|Name||Mira Mira No Mi|
|English Name and Meaning||Mirror-Mirror Fruit|
|Usage Debut||One Piece Episode 790|
|Current User||Charlotte Brûlée|
At some point in the past, Charlotte Brûlée consumed the Mira Mira no Mi (Mirror-Mirror) Devil Fruit, which transformed her into a Mirror Human. The fruit’s appearance is unknown.
The fruit’s main ability is that it allows the user to create multiple mirrors in their own vicinity with their own hands. These mirrors can be used as a defensive screen against enemy attacks, which can be absorbed and reflected back at the opponent, thus turning their own power against them.
These mirrors can also be used as portals into the Mirro-World, which appears to be a pocket dimension within the mirrors with no clear way back out, ultimately trapping their opponents. The user can even smash the mirrors in which people are trapped, preventing anyone from ever entering or exiting that mirror again.
The user can enter and exit the Mirro-World at will, gaining access to a mansion in the realm that has portals to all of Totto Land’s mirrors as well as ships in the archipelago. However, the user may lose track of which mirror links to which location.
The mirrors seem to have sentience since they may be asked questions about their whereabouts or if they have seen specific people. The mirrors can even respond with questions to specify the results. However, the mirrors respond to everyone, not just Devil Fruit users, which allows anyone to exploit the user’s power.
The user can even transform themselves into mirror images of specific people and imitate their actions. They can also manipulate the target by initiating behaviors and pushing the person they are reflecting to do the same. The reflection can also be partially reversed. This effect can be used on other beings to create distractions and confusions.
The power to become someone’s reflection has some weaknesses, because the user will appear as the mirror image of the target and their physical characteristics may not line up perfectly in the case of asymmetrical features. As a result, the user is compelled to do and say anything the target does, which may compromise other things they may do. However, the user has the ability to do the same to the target.
Also, when the user holds a mirror up to a target, the reflection of light from the mirror may accidentally transform any nearby animal into a replica of the intended target. Once the spell is completed, the user cannot quickly distinguish between mirror representations and the actual target, which means that the user can be tricked by their own skill.
Even if the user breaks a mirror, it does not injure those who are trapped in it, and they can still communicate with those on the other side through the fragments. Sound with sufficient pitch and force can shatter mirrors, which may have a negative impact on the user because even they cannot pass through the shattered mirrors. Also, if someone destroys a mirror inside the Mirro-World, its real-world counterpart will also break. Anyone placed into the mirror world is still free to wander around within it if the user does not take direct action, which allows them to access all of the mirrors.
Like most Devil Fruits, few of the user’s powers will cancel out upon the user losing consciousness. However, that’s not the case for Mirro-World, as it is always there, and if one stays in touch with the unconscious body of the user, they can move in and out of the mirrors whenever they want.
Besides all of these drawbacks, the user is vulnerable to the standard Devil Fruit flaws.
Brûlée mainly uses her powers to mislead and trap her targets, either to counter an opponent’s attack or to prevent them from escaping. She also uses the mirrors to travel across Totto Land and any nearby ships.
Brûlée has demonstrated the following techniques:
Brûlée uses her mirror to avoid an opponent’s attack, which is immediately reflected back at them.
Brûlée allows her opponent to phase through the mirror, which ultimately traps them. Even if the mirror breaks, the person inside it will remain trapped in those mirror fragments, but they won’t be harmed by any of it. The mirrors inside the dimension can communicate about what is reflected in their real world counterparts.
A. Charlotte Brûlée has the Mira Mira no Mi.
A. The Mirror Mirror fruit has a great advantage for its user to trap their opponents and keep them hostage.