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5 Strongest Logia Type Devil Fruits in One Piece Series

5 Strongest Logia Type Devil Fruits in One Piece Series

Compared to Paramecia, Logia-type Devil Fruits are rarer and stronger than Paramecia. 

Logia-type Devil Fruits usually allow the user to manipulate and transform into natural elements. 

Logia is considered stronger than Paramecia because most Logia users are immune to non-Haki attacks.

Of the many Logia-type Devil Fruits introduced in the series, this time the author has summarized the five strongest Logia-type Devil Fruits ever in the One Piece series. 

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1. Yami Yami no Mi

5 Strongest Logia Type Devil Fruits in One Piece Series

Yami Yami no Mi was first used by Thatch before being stolen by Blackbeard. 

This Devil Fruit allows the user to manipulate darkness. 

The thing that makes Yami Yami no Mi so strong is because this Devil Fruit can disable the powers of other Devil Fruits.

Not only that, this Devil Fruit also allows the user to swallow anything into the darkness. 

This ability works like a black hole that attracts whatever is around it. 

With this Devil Fruit power, Blackbeard is strong enough to beat Portgas D Ace and leave Luffy powerless.

2. Magu Magu no Mi

5 Strongest Logia Type Devil Fruits in One Piece Series

It's not without reason why Sakazuki could be promoted to Fleet Admiral. 

Not only because of his obsession with Absolute Justice, Sakazuki also has strength that cannot be underestimated. 

Sakazuki ate one of the strongest Logia-type Devil Fruits in the series, the Magu Magu no Mi.

This Devil Fruit gives the user the ability to manipulate and turn into hot magma. 

The magma used by Sakazuki is hotter than any fire based ability. 

This was proven by Ace who couldn't withstand Sakazuki's attack even though he had a Devil Fruit with fire-based abilities.

3. Hie Hie no Mi

5 Strongest Logia Type Devil Fruits in One Piece Series

Kuzan's Hie Hie no Mi has the opposite ability to Sakazuki's Magu Magu no Mi. 

Instead of allowing the user to manipulate heat, this Devil Fruit allows Kuzan to manipulate ice.

Even though he was once defeated by Sakazuki, the power of the Hie Hie no Mi still cannot be underestimated. 

During the Whitebeard Pirates' attack on Marineford, Kuzan was able to freeze the tsunami water that Whitebeard brought in. 

Without his abilities, Whitebeard might have wiped out Marineford with one strike.

4. Pika Pika no Mi

5 Strongest Logia Type Devil Fruits in One Piece Series

Pika Pika no Mi is owned by an admiral in the Marines, namely Kizaru. 

This Devil Fruit allows Kizaru to manipulate or turn into light.

Pika Pika no Mi managed to make Kizaru the fastest character in the series because Kizaru can move at the speed of light.

Not only does it give Kizaru very high mobility, this Devil Fruit can also be used offensively. 

Kizaru can create swords made of light, as proven in his fight against veteran pirate, Silvers Rayleigh.

5. Goro Goro no Mi

5 Strongest Logia Type Devil Fruits in One Piece Series

Fifth, there is the Devil Fruit that was owned by the former ruler of Skypiea, Enel. 

The Goro Goro no Mi allows the user to manipulate and turn into lightning. 

According to Nico Robin, the Goro Goro no Mi is one of the unbeatable Devil Fruits.

This is not surprising considering that Enel can kill someone with just one attack using this Devil Fruit power. 

In fact, you could say that Luffy was quite lucky in his fight against Enel because his Devil Fruit power is a natural counter to the Goro Goro no Mi, which is rubber.

While perhaps not as powerful and unique as a Zoan, a Logia-type Devil Fruit is still a special Devil Fruit. 

Not only does it give the user great strength, Logia users are also immune to most physical attacks. 

In your opinion, what other Logia-type Devil Fruits are as powerful as the five Devil Fruits above?

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