The Oshi Oshi no Mi is a Paramecia-type Devil Fruit that allows the user to freely move and mold the earth as if it were malleable like clay. It was consumed by Morley. The fruit’s ability was first seen in the Kingdom of Lulucia.
|Name||Oshi Oshi No Mi|
|English Name and Meaning||Push-Push Fruit|
|Usage Debut||One Piece Episode 880|
At some point in the past, Morley consumed the Oshi Oshi no Mi (Push-Push) Devil Fruit. The fruit’s appearance is unknown.
By simply pushing the earth, the user can mold it to their liking. They can work with a wide range of ground materials, from soft earth to hard rock and even modified stones like bricks and roadways. As a result, this fruit has a high degree of offensive strength because it directly impacts the enemy’s footing, such as flipping a complete street onto an enemy. The user can also channel this power through anything they grasp, allowing them to get ahold of the ground by jabbing it with a weapon.
The fruit also allows the user to tunnel through the earth by pushing it to clear a path. Unlike traditional excavating, the displaced earth appears to remain in place, preventing cave-ins. This tunneling skill is beneficial for infiltration.
This fruit has no known weaknesses aside from the standard Devil Fruit flaws.
Morley frequently uses her Devil Fruit to move under the earth unobserved. She also uses the fruit’s power in a battle.
Morley used this skill over a century ago to build elaborate tunnels between Levels 5 and 6 of the jail Impel Down, which were later used as a hideout.
A. The Oshi Oshi no Mi allows its user to freely move and shape the earth as though it was malleable like clay.
A. Morley, one of the commanders in the Revolutionary Army, consumed the Oshi Oshi no Mi.