10 One Piece Characters Who Can Win Fights With One Touch
The A play The universe is known for its powerful and diverse characters. Many of them are capable of tremendous feats, like catching cannonballs between their teeth or even slicing through entire towers. There are a handful of individuals so powerful they can win battles with a single move.
Whether due to their exceptional physical strength or the uniqueness of their Devil Fruit, they can end fights in the blink of an eye. Such characters have become major assets to their respective organizations, many of them occupying positions worthy of their skills and immense prestige.
10/10 Zoro’s Sword Art Made Him Deadly
Zoro arguably has more offensive potential than any other member of the Straw Hats. Personally trained by Mihawk and equipped with Oden’s finest sword, he was able to cut Kaido without needing to use Advanced Weaponry Haki.
In most cases, Zoro defeated his enemies with a single decisive strike. For example, he shot Mr. One in a deadly confrontation in Alabasta, regardless of the man’s steel body. Pica’s titanic stone form was similarly destroyed, which was particularly impressive considering its sheer size and durability.
9/10 The pudding could manipulate the memories of its opponents
Charlotte Pudding may never have been a fighter, even though her Devil Fruit had surprisingly high damage potential. By touching her opponents, she could extract selected “clips” and alter their memories to make them remember what she wanted them to do.
Since there is no potential limit to the extent of what she can change, this effectively meant that Pudding could rewrite a victim’s entire life. If Pudding wasn’t such a standout actress, she would have made a great addition to Big Mom’s army.
8/10 Queen could turn victims into Ice Oni
Queen was one of the main performers of the Beast Pirates. Although wielding a powerful Devil Fruit, he favored a variety of poisonous blights as his weapons of choice. Poison was especially common for him, though the ice oni infection was his favorite strain.
By unleashing it on his enemies, he could turn them into savage monsters without any sense of restraint or pity. The disease spread rapidly until it invaded his opponent’s entire body. Once done, they practiced to death. Untreated victims usually lasted an hour at most.
7/10 Perona’s negative lows have demoralized his opposition
Perona’s Devil Fruit allowed her to create negative lows. These semi-sentient apparitions may have seemed harmless, but they were capable of sapping an opponent’s will to fight if they passed through their body. As a result, Perona nearly placated the entire Straw Hat Crew shortly after they arrived at Thriller Bark.
The only alleged weakness of Perona’s ability was that it didn’t work on opponents with negative personalities. However, given its profound effect on Zoro, a target must be extremely pessimistic for its trump to fail. As a last resort, Perona could blow her lows with deadly results.
6/10 Basil Hawkins could redirect an opponent’s attacks to a proxy target
Basil Hawkins’ Straw-Straw Fruit allowed him to create small effigies. By planting them in his targets, he was effectively able to redirect the damage he took towards them. The only way to defeat Hawkins was to completely kill the effigy, as it could hardly be extracted in the heat of battle.
As a result, it was incredibly inadvisable to engage Hawkins up close. The villain’s sneaky trick was enough to defeat Trafalgar Law as he didn’t want to accidentally hurt his own crew.
5/10 Gecko Moria could extract a victim’s shadow from its body
Gecko Moria could extract a victim’s shadow from its body, which gave it many advantages. For example, he can reanimate a corpse by using an opponent’s essence to increase his chances of victory. Opponents without shadows will die almost immediately if exposed to sunlight.
This suggested that as long as Gecko Moria was fighting tactically, he could put up a fight until dawn so that there was no conceivable way for his opponent to beat him. Considering Moria spent much of the Thriller Bark arc on the run, he wasn’t against the tactical retreat.
4/10 Sugar could turn his victims into toys
Sugar’s Devil Fruit allowed him to turn his targets into toys. It effectively ruined their ability to fight, deprived them of access to their Devil Fruits, and turned their bodies into tin. The worst side effect of her ability was that everyone forgot about the victim as if they never existed.
As a result, it has become nearly impossible for those who fell victim to his power to seek help from their former relatives. Additionally, Sugar’s power was indefinite and could only be deactivated if she was knocked unconscious.
3/10 Mont-d’Or could seal its opponents in books
Charlotte Mont-d’Or was part of Big Mom’s pirate crew. His Devil Fruit allowed him to seal his opponents in books, creating an inescapable prison. Mont-d’Or could either hover his book over a victim in order to seal it, or physically close his pages with them in between.
During Luffy’s fight against the Vengeful Army, Mont-d’Or’s power was what ensured his defeat. As capable as the captain might have been, no amount of strength was sufficient to counter the book’s supernatural properties.
2/10 Big Mom could steal a target’s lifespan
As the Emperor of the Seas, Big Mom was extremely powerful. His durability and Homies were fantastic assets, allowing him to dispense punishment without worrying about his own safety. However, the Soul-Soul Fruit’s greatest strength was its ability to siphon an enemy’s life force.
If they showed fear in Big Mom’s presence, she could take her victim as many years as she wanted. In Pedro’s case, he lost several decades due to his greed and wickedness. Big Mom also wasn’t beyond stealing her children’s life force to punish them.
1/10 Doflamingo could entangle his opponents in string
Doflamingo’s String-String Fruit was fatal to the unprepared. By tying his ropes to an opponent’s limbs, he could effectively control them like puppets. He used this ability so effectively that he could even control Riku and all of his royal guards simultaneously when he usurped the Kingdom of Dressrosa.
Perhaps more impressively, Doflamingo was able to puppeteer Bellamy against Luffy while in direct conflict with Trafalgar Law. It implied how little the warlord would have to sacrifice to forcibly turn his enemies against each other.
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