Tori Tori no Mi, Model: Raven

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Translation Bird Bird Fruit, Model: Raven
Meaning Bird
English Name Bird Bird Fruit, Model: Raven
Type Zoan
Power Grants the user the ability to turn into a full raven or a hybrid human-raven.
Eaten By Kuragari Karasu
Story/Creator World Reversion by Subrosian

The Tori Tori no Mi, Model: Raven is a Zoan-type Devil Fruit that allows the user to transform into a raven. It was eaten by Kuragari Karasu, a former Marine Captain who served on Hitoya island.


The Tori Tori no Mi, Model: Raven resembles a red mango with black swirls going over the entirety of the fruit.


The fruit enables the user to transform into a large human-raven and a full raven. It permits them to fly long distances and grants them the intelligence of a common raven.


As of now, no known weaknesses are revealed about the Devil Fruit in particular, but seeing as how it is a bird, it is probably susceptible to lightning based attacks or any kind of damage done to the wings that would prevent it from flying around. As a bird-human, the user of the fruit also has a lighter skeleton then most normal humans, making them extremely vulnerable to broken bones from strong impact-type attacks. As all Devil Fruits, it turns the user into a 'hammer' in the water, preventing them from swimming or accessing their powers.


The Devil Fruit allows the consumer to change into any of the three forms that are granted for most Zoan-types. These forms are human, raven, and a hybrid form between the two of them.


In conjunction with his Devil Fruit powers, Kuragari can utilize a multitude of techniques in his different forms, mostly involving sneak attacks from far distances that are meant to shock and catch the opponent off guard.

  • Karasu Hari (Raven Needle): Transforming into his full raven or hybrid raven form, Kuragari will use his feathers and solidify them to a sharp point before firing them off in a storm of needles at his opponent. This attack is usually used after Karasu Arashi, sneaking up behind his opponent and attacking.
  • Karasu Arashi (Raven Storm): Kuragari's signature maneuver to move swiftly and surprise his opponents in the middle of a battle. He becomes a storm of feathers, vanishing from sight and using it as a mild form of teleportation to move short distances.
  • Karasu Ame (Raven Rain): Kuragari creates an array of feathers with his Karasu Arashi technique, then causes them to begin dense and sharp, shooting at the ground quickly in order to pierce the enemy from above. The feathers are capable of shattering through cement.
  • Karasu Katana (Raven Sword): Gathering up the fallen feathers or his own, Kuragari will solidify them into a tangible object in the shape of a sword in his hand. The strength of the blade is never shown, because Zoro easily shatters it with Shuusui and proceeds to take down Kuragari. It is possible that it could be strong, but against a durable sword like Shuusui, it stands no chance.
  • Karasu Tsubaki (Raven Camellia): Kuragari can only use this after having formed his Karasu Katana. He begins to warp around his enemy with Karasu Arashi, swiping the sword at his opponent and missing on purpose to build up momentum. Kuragari will then appear in a random place near the enemy, attacking them from whatever direction he stopped at with a strong strike. It is unknown how powerful it actually is, because Zoro stopped it with just Shuusui and proceeded to destroy his katana.


  • The Tori Tori no Mi, Model: Raven Devil Fruit, and this article were created via a tandem effort by both Subrosian and AzureFang.
  • At the time of the Devil Fruits creation, it was not known to us that there were only five Tori Tori no Mi model Devil Fruits, so it's probably going to be considered obviously non-canonical when and if the other four Tori Tori no Mi model Devil Fruits will be revealed.

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Paramecia: Akki Akki no Mi  •  Bachi Bachi no Mi  •  Beku Beku no Mi  •  Bendo Bendo Fruit  •  Boo Boo no Mi  •  Boro Boro no Mi  •  Chamu Chamu no Mi  •  Chatto Chatto no Mi  •  Chi Chi no Mi  •  Chikara Chikara no Mi  •  Chuu Chuu no Mi  •  Debu Debu no Mi  •  Den Den no Mi  •  Dendo Dendo no Mi  •  Denwa Denwa no Mi  •  Dorei Dorei no Mi  •  Douka Douka no Mi  •  Eisei Eisei no Mi  •  Fanto Fanto no Mi  •  Fueki Fueki no Mi  •  Fuka Fuka no Mi  •  Furatto Furatto no Mi  •  Futa Futa no Mi  •  Fuun Fuun no Mi  •  Gaki Gaki no Mi  •  Gaku Gaku no Mi  •  Gan Gan no Mi  •  Genso Genso no Mi  •  Gubi Gubi no Mi  •  Hai Hai no Mi  •  Hane Hane no Mi  •  Heki Heki no Mi  •  Henteko Henteko no Mi  •  Hogo Hogo no Mi  •  Hone Hone no Mi  •  Hoshi Hoshi no Mi  •  Hou Hou no Mi  •  Idou Idou no Mi  •  Jigo Jigo no Mi  •  Jokei Jokei no Mi  •  Jūden Jūden no Mi  •  Jūryoku Jūryoku no Mi  •  Kabe Kabe no Mi  •  Kaben Kaben no Mi  •  Kaen Kaen no Mi  •  Kaeru Kaeru no Mi  •  Kai Kai no Mi  •  Kaku Kaku no Mi  •  Kami Kami no Mi (Piracy)  •  Kiba Kiba no Mi  •  Kiha Kiha no Mi  •  Kinu Kinu no Mi  •  Koe Koe no Mi  •  Kokei Kokei no Mi  •  Kon Kon no Mi  •  Kona Kona no Mi  •  Koro Koro no Mi  •  Kou Kou no Mi  •  Kura Kura no Mi  •  Kyofu Kyofu no Mi  •  Kyosei Kyosei no Mi  •  Kyōzō Kyōzō no Mi  •  Mai Mai no Mi  •  Meka Meka no Mi  •  Mesa Mesa no Mi  •  Meta Meta no Mi  •  Mure Mure no Mi  •  Moji Moji no Mi  •  Nagare Nagare no Mi  •  Nendou Nendou no Mi  •  Niko Niko no Mi  •  Nobi Nobi no Mi  •  Nori Nori no Mi  •  Nuki Nuki no Mi  •  Oto Oto no Mi  •  Ryo Ryo no Mi  •  Sai Sai no Mi  •  Shime Shime no Mi  •  Shimi Shimi no Mi  •  Shinki Shinki no Mi  •  Tere Tere no Mi  •  Teri Teri no Mi  •  Tetsu Tetsu no Mi  •  Togu Togu no Mi  •  Toku Toku no Mi  •  Tsuki Tsuki no Mi  •  Tsuku Tsuku no Mi  •  Tsuru Tsuru no Mi  •  Yōkai Yōkai no Mi
Amphibians: Ryo Ryo no Mi, Model: Salamander
Ancient Zoan: Inu Inu no Mi, Model: Dire Wolf
Arthropods: Kumo Kumo no Mi, Model: Scorpion
Birds: Kamo Kamo no Mi, Model: Platypus  •  Tori Tori no Mi, Model: Bald Eagle  •  Tori Tori no Mi, Model: Great Horned Owl  •  Tori Tori no Mi, Model: Hawk  •  Tori Tori no Mi, Model: Penguin  •  Tori Tori no Mi, Model: Pigeon  •  Tori Tori no Mi, Model: Raven
Insect Zoan: Mushi Mushi no Mi, Model: Butterfly  •  Mushi Mushi no Mi, Model: Centipede  •  Mushi Mushi no Mi, Model: Praying Mantis
Mammals: Garou Garou no Mi  •  Gesshi Gesshi no Mi, Model: Squirrel  •  Gesshi Gesshi no Mi, Model: Rat  •  Hito Hito no Mi, Model: Ghost  •  Hito Hito no Mi, Model: Neanderthal  •  Itachi Itachi no Mi, Model: Skunk  •  Kuma Kuma no Mi, Model: Grizzly Bear  •  Kuma Kuma no Mi, Model: Panda  •  Mori Mori no Mi, Model: Silver Haired Bat  •  Mori Mori no Mi, Model: Vampire Bat  •  Neko Neko no Mi, Model: Black Panther  •  Neko Neko no Mi, Model: Cougar  •  Neko Neko no Mi, Model: Housecat  •  Neko Neko no Mi, Model: Lion  •  Neko Neko no Mi, Model: Lion - World Reversion  •  Neko Neko no Mi, Model: Snow Leopard  •  Neko Neko no Mi, Model: Tiger  •  Uma Uma no Mi, Model: Rhinoceros  •  Usagi Usagi no Mi, Model: Rabbit  •  Ushi Ushi no Mi, Model: Bull  •  Ushi Ushi no Mi, Model: Cow  •  Ushi Ushi no Mi, Model: Minotaur  •  Yagi Yagi no Mi, Model: Deer  •  Yuitai Yuitai no Mi, Model: Red Kangaroo
Mythical Zoan: Enma Enma no Mi  •  Feri Feri no Mi  •  Inu Inu no Mi, Model: Hellhound  •  Inu Inu no Mi, Model: Nine-Tailed Fox  •  Ga-go Ga-go no Mi, Model: Chimera  •  Neko Neko no Mi, Model: Manticore  •  Ōkami Ōkami no Mi, Model: Raijū  •  Ryu Ryu no Mi  •  Ryu Ryu no Mi, Model: Steel Dragon  •  Tatsu Tatsu no Mi  •  Tori Tori no Mi, Model: Thunderbird  •  Ryu Ryu no Mi, Model: Ice Dragon
Plants: Koha Koha no Mi, Model: Venus Flytrap
Reptiles: Hebi Hebi no Mi, Model: Indian Cobra  •  Toka Toka no Mi, Model: Chameleon  •  Toka Toka no Mi, Model: Komodo Dragon  •  Wani Wani no Mi, Model: Gharial
Logia: Ama Ama no Mi  •  Baio Baio no Mi  •  Byo Byo no Mi  •  Chikyuu Chikyuu no Mi  •  Chiri Chiri no Mi  •  Chisso Chisso no Mi  •  Furu Furu no Mi  •  Gami Gami no Mi  •  Garasu Garasu no Mi  •  Housha Housha no Mi  •  Iwa Iwa no Mi  •  Kābon Kābon no Mi  •  Kaga Kaga no Mi  •  Kaze Kaze no Mi  •  Kesshō Kesshō no Mi  •  Ketsu Ketsu no Mi  •  Kiri Kiri no Mi  •  Kumo Kumo no Mi  •  Kuraudo Kuraudo no Mi  •  Kusa Kusa no Mi  •  Mizu Mizu no Mi  •  Mizu Mizu no Mi - World Reversion  •  Naiya Naiya no Mi  •  Nendo Nendo no Mi  •  Onibi Onibi no Mi  •  Ougon Ougon no Mi  •  Shio Shio no Mi  •  Seishou Seishou no Mi  •  Taiyo Taiyo no Mi  •  Tsuchi Tsuchi no Mi  •  Zaku Zaku no Mi  •  Zoku Zoku no Mi