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The powers used by Uta in One Piece Film: RED confirms an important theory about devil fruits and the way they work is true. Before continuing, it is worth mentioning that the following article will contain spoilers about the film and Eiichiro Oda’s manga. If you haven’t read it yet, we recommend you do so so you don’t miss out on the opportunity to enjoy this story on your own.
As we saw in the movie, Uta has eaten the Uta Uta no Mi devil fruit, which allows the user to transport the consciousnesses and souls of the people who hear them sing, including their own, to a virtual space known as the Song World or Uta’s World (depending on which version you watched). In this world created by the devil fruit, the user is essentially omnipotent and can manipulate reality in any way they want, which is quite an impressive power even by Devil Fruit standards. However, there is a hidden danger within this alternate universe, Tot Musica, a “demon lord” created by a previous Devil Fruit user and later sealed away, who can also manifest in the real world. Y this is where the theory had begun to forge.
The fact that Tot Musica was created and sealed by a previous user of Uta Uta no Mi, but still exists and can be unleashed by Uta, means that Devil Fruits have the ability to “store” memories, will and even the actions of previous users. The secret of the operation of the Devil Fruits must be related to the lineage factor, with the family and its descendants. For example, Dr. Vegapunk, the world’s greatest scientist, extracted Kaido’s DNA and used it to create an artificial devil fruit that replicates the same abilities as the one Kaido ate. He did the same with his most advanced weapons, the Seraphim cyborgs, which replicate the powers of the Devil Fruits through DNA manipulation. However, powers aren’t the only thing Devil Fruits pass on through DNA alteration. Luffy’s Devil Fruit contains the inherited will and maybe even Joy Boy’s memory and personality.a legendary figure from the past of the One Piece world.
This “inheritance” aspect of the Devil Fruits has yet to be clearly explained, but Tot Musica’s lingering presence in One Piece Film Red, despite the death of its creator, is another confirmation. For all this, it is clear that the Devil Fruits are much more than a simple tool to obtain powers in One Piece. The origins and workings of it are deeply connected to the history of the world and the many mysteries that Eiichiro Oda has scattered throughout his series.
One Piece Film Red Confirms How Devil Fruits Can Inherit Information
One of the biggest theories about One Piece Devil Fruits is confirmed in the hit movie One Piece Film: RED thanks to the powers of the main character, Uta. The Devil Fruit used by Uta, in fact, stores not only the memories but also the creations of one of the previous users of it, which which demonstrates that Devil Fruits are vehicles that transmit a person’s will and powers. Devil Fruits are one of the most important and recognizable features of One Piece and appear from the very first chapter.
The fact that its origins and workings remain a mystery is a testament to Eiichiro Oda’s skill as a storyteller. Recently, the author has started to drop more hints about the secrets of the Devil Fruits, considering that One Piece is slowly but surely heading towards its conclusion. The biggest clue is that the Devil Fruits could be connected to the “lineage factor,” which is the name the series gives to DNA. The Devil Fruit powers displayed by Uta in One Piece Film: RED easily confirm the theory that the Devil Fruit stores the will.and perhaps even more, from previous users.