Gum Fruit

Gum-Gum Fruit

The Gum-Gum Fruit (ゴムゴム実, Gomu Gomu Mi) is a Paramythia-
type Cursed Fruit that turns the user's body into rubber, making the user a Rubber Human (ゴム人間, Gomu Ningen). "Gomu" means rubber in Japanese. It was originally a treasure that Monkey D. Tiger and his crew took from an unspecified enemy, but was accidentally eaten by Monkey D. Luffy, protagonist of the series.


The Gum-Gum Fruit is a violet, spherical fruit with a stem sprouting out of the top, with swirls that go in a curly "S" pattern. It overall resembles a Yubari Melon.

Strengths and WeaknessesEdit


The fruit's major strength, as demonstrated by Luffy, is that the person's body can stretch like rubber even when the fruits power is nullified (for instance, when Nojiko pulls Luffy's head out of the water in Arlong Park) and makes them almost entirely immune to blunt attacks, including hand-to-hand combat, bullets or even cannonballs and can be further reinforced with the application of Armament Haki, and thanks to Luffy's own creativity at both in and out of combat, this Fruit has consistently proven itself to be among the most formidable and versatile within the Paramythia-Class. The user's rubber body also allows the user to survive falls from heights that would kill a normal person.


The Gum-Gum Fruit can't protect him from cut or heat attacks.