Kurohige, the Ultimate Enemy in One Piece with Two Devil Fruits
Kurohige, the Ultimate Enemy in One Piece with Two Devil Fruits

Kurohige, the Ultimate Enemy in One Piece with Two Devil Fruits

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Kurohige, also known as Blackbeard, is the only character in One Piece who possesses two devil fruits simultaneously. This makes him an incredibly formidable opponent, given the immense power that devil fruits can grant their users. It’s no wonder that he is considered to be the ultimate enemy that Luffy will have to face.

In One Piece Chapter 1064, Kurohige is shown battling Trafalgar Law. This could be a stepping stone for Kurohige to become even stronger since Law is not an easy opponent to defeat, even for a Yonkou like him. Although Law’s Ope Ope no Mi devil fruit awakening is revealed in this chapter, Kurohige’s Yami Yami no Mi devil fruit allows him to absorb the powers of other devil fruit users with a single touch, making their powers useless.

Furthermore, Kurohige’s second devil fruit, the Gura Gura no Mi, grants him the power to easily split the ocean and crack an entire island. One can only imagine the sheer destruction he is capable of with both of his devil fruits awakened. He could potentially cause massive tsunamis that would leave entire populations lost in the aftermath.

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However, as a mere theory, we cannot be certain of what Kurohige’s awakened devil fruit powers would be. But, one thing is for sure, Kurohige will not be affected by his own devil fruit powers, thanks to Van Augur’s teleporting ability, which allows him to escape any dangerous situations.


In conclusion, Kurohige, the ultimate enemy in One Piece, has two devil fruits that make him incredibly powerful and a difficult foe to defeat. As readers, we cannot wait to see what kind of destruction he causes with his awakened devil fruit.

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