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The Reason Hito Hito no Mi Nika Luffy Doesn't Have a Full Zoan Mythological Form Like Kaido Marco

The Reason Hito Hito no Mi Nika Luffy Doesn't Have a Full Zoan Mythological Form Like Kaido Marco

The appearance of Nika Luffy's Hito Hito no Mi awakening in One Piece 1045 raises questions.

Before One Piece 1045 it was mentioned that Luffy's devil fruit was a Mythology Zoan type.

So is it true, the awakening of the Hito Hito no Mi devil fruit Nika Luffy's model in One Piece 1045 doesn't have a hybrid and full zoan form like Kaido and Marco?

It is known that Luffy's devil fruit name is actually Hito Hito no Mi model Nika.

The devil fruit is a zoan mythological type, meaning that Luffy should have a full zoan hybrid form.

However, in the previous chapter, Luffy was not shown changing into his Zoan form.

When awakening, Luffy is shown directly in 5th gear mode.

Whereas if you look at other zoan-type devil fruits, the user will be in the form of an animal.

For example, Marco as a user of the mythological zoan Tori Tori no Mi changes his form into a Phoenix bird.

The Reason Hito Hito no Mi Nika Luffy Doesn't Have a Full Zoan Mythological Form Like Kaido Marco

Then Kaido as a user of the Uo Uo no Mi devil fruit turned into a dragon form.

Despite being a zoan type, Nika Luffy's Hito Hito no Mi model is different from other zoan-type devil fruits.

Because Luffy's zoan type devil fruit has the form of Nika or the Sun God.

This means that in zo mode, users of the Hito Hito no Mi model Nika will still maintain their human form.

For example, Chopper and Sengoku's Zoan-type devil fruits.

Zoan Chopper transforms into a small deer.

Then in full zoan form, despite being a giant Chopper's face does not change.

Another example is in Sengoku.

The Reason Hito Hito no Mi Nika Luffy Doesn't Have a Full Zoan Mythological Form Like Kaido Marco

Even though Sengoku turned into a Buddha, Sengoku's characteristic curly hair is still visible.

As for Luffy, the hybrid model is the same as the Straw Hat's gear mode.

Luffy can freely change shape in any gear mode as long as his strength is still there.

Then for the full zoan model, Luffy changes form into 5th gear mode.

As seen in the current Wano Kuni Arc.

This 5th gear mode is referred to by Luffy as Joy Boy or Nika.

In this mode, Luffy can use his rubber form indefinitely.

Luffy can change shape according to what he wants.

Luffy's only limit right now is his imagination.

This is in accordance with Joy Boy's nickname as a small child who has a free imagination.

Thus the discussion about the hybrid and full zoan form of the Hito Hito no Mi model Nika Luffy.

Greetings One Piece 1045 and the next chapters will be more awesome shapes that can be made by Luffy.

Rintarou
Rintarou Time traveller.

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