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The Doki Doki no Mi is a Paramecia-type Devil Fruit that allows the user to change the speed or pace of a movement, fast or slow. It was eaten by Insert Name Here.

EtymologyEdit

  • "Doki Doki" is a Japanese onomatopoeia for throbbing or pounding.
  • It is called the Pulse-Pulse Fruit in the Viz Manga and FUNimation dub.
  • It is called the Beat-Beat Fruit in the 4Kids dub and FUNimation subs.

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Insert Name HereEdit

  • A piacere (喜び Yorokobi?, Literally meaning "At Pleasure")
  • Larghissimo (最も広い Mottomo Hiroi?, Literally meaning "Very, Very Slow")
  • Largo (ラルゴ Rarugo?, Literally meaning "Broadly")
  • Adagio (アダージョ Adājo?, Literally meaning "Slow")
  • Andante (アンダンテ Andante?, Literally meaning "Walking {ace")
  • Moderato (適度な Tekidona?, Literally meaning "Moderately")
  • Allegretto (アレグレット Areguretto?, Literally meaning "Moderately Fast")
  • Allegro (メリー メリー?, Literally meaning "Fast")
  • Vivace (活発な Kappatsuna?, Literally meaning "Lively")
  • Presto (すぐに Suguni?, Literally meaning "Very, Very Fast")
  • Prestissimo (早く Hayaku?, Literally meaning "Faster Than Presto")
  • Rest (残り Nokori?, Literally meaning "Stop")
  • A tempo (時間 Jikan?, Literally meaning "The Tempo")

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