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The Shimo Shimo no Mi is a Paramecia-type Devil Fruit that turns whoever eats it into a Frost Person. The user becomes able to manipulate their body temperature, from normal temperature down, as well as that of non-living objects that he is touching. Shimo is Japanese for "frost". It was eaten by Gordie, of the Dread Pirates.


This Devil Fruit appears as a coconut with a dark red husk that curls up, creating a spiral pattern. The inside is a light pink, similar in colour to bloody snow, with white spirals and contains a red liquid inside.

Strengths & WeaknessesEdit

The major strength of this fruit is that it allows its user to create extreme cold temperatures. This manipulation of temperature extends from their body to whatever non-living objects they are touching. With this, the user can use different objects to act as an extension of their body, so as to be a conduit that their powers can be channeled through. What can probably be seen as the strongest point of this fruit is that it can essentially freeze any water that they come into contact with instantly, nearly removing one of their weaknesses. Naturally, this only works when their power is activated, with their body temperature being low enough to freeze water instantly. This power has also proven to be useful during illness, so as to keep the body from overheating, and provides immunity from the cold.

The major weakness of this fruit is that the user becomes highly susceptible to hot weather, being able to overheat much quicker than is normal. This only applies to when the user isn't using their powers though, so it can be easily avoided by lowering their own body temperature. When someone first eats this Devil Fruit, they aren't able to lower their temperature very far, but it can be improved through training. Standard Devil Fruit weaknesses apply.


Behind the ScenesEdit

  • It appears as a coconut because they are generally associated with warm weather, making it slightly ironic.
  • It is red as a reference to someone's cheeks becoming flushed in cold weather.