Accueil > The Secrets of the One Piece Universe: News, Tops and Analysis > Everything you need to know about Ope Ope no Mi

Everything you need to know about Ope Ope no Mi

ope ope no mi fruit bistouri

The Ope Ope no Mi , or Fruit of the Scalpel in French, is a legendary treasure in the One Piece universe. This Paramecia -type Devil Fruit offers almost divine abilities to its user, placing it at the heart of many intrigues and legends.

fruit scalpel ope ope no mi

Abilities and Powers of Ope Ope no Mi

The holder of the Ope Ope no Mi gains the ability to create a surgical sphere, within which he can freely manipulate space and objects. This unique ability allows Trafalgar Law , the current user, to perform extraordinary medical and combative feats, ranging from organ transplantation to the teleportation of objects and people.

trafalgar d water law ope ope

Iconic Trafalgar Law Attacks

The Ope Ope no Mi gives Trafalgar Law a powerful and varied range of attacks. Among the most notable are:

  • Room : Creates a sphere in which Law can manipulate anything within it.

trafalgar law room technical

  • Shambles : Allows you to cut and exchange objects or people inside the Room.

trafalgar law shambles technique

  • Amputate or Amputation : A surgical technique that allows you to cut anything without causing fatal damage.

trafalgar law amputate technique

  • Takt : Allows Law, with a movement of his fingers, to lift objects from a distance and manipulate them inside the Room.

trafalgar law technical tact

  • Injection Shot : A fast and powerful attack that pierces the enemy.

trafalgar law injection shot

  • Counter Shock : By placing his hands on his opponent, Law produces a powerful electric shock to neutralize the opponent.

trafalgar law counter shock

  • Gamma Knife : Creates a blade of electricity capable of causing severe internal damage.

trafalgar law gamma knife

  • Mes or Scalpel : Law punctures his opponent in the chest to extract his heart. This attack is a powerful weapon of defense but also of threat which weighs on the opponent.

law steals the heart of my technical scalpel

In addition to these techniques, Law has developed some impressive awakened techniques :

  • K-Room : An upgraded version of Room with a smaller size but more intense and effective, allowing Law to operate on only the objects she covers.

trafalgar law k room technique

  • Anesthesia : An advanced anesthesia technique used to immobilize the enemy.

trafalgar law anesthesia technique

  • R-Room : Allows Law to apply a specific effect to the subject locked in the R-Room.

trafalgar law r room silent technique

History and Origin of Ope Ope no Mi

Ope Ope no Mi has a rich and complex history. Before being consumed by Trafalgar Law, it was coveted for its legendary ability to grant eternal youth in exchange for its user's life. Law obtained it thanks to Donquixote Rosinante, the brother of Donquixote Doflamingo, also known as Corazon, under dramatic circumstances. This acquisition played a crucial role in the Dressrosa arc, revealing the deep connections between Law, Doflamingo, and the World Government.

corazon rosinante quixote ope ope

trafalgar law eat ope ope no mi devil fruit

The Ope Ope no Mi is more than just a devil fruit; he is a pivot around which stories of sacrifice, power and destiny revolve. Its impact on the history of One Piece is undeniable, making its holder, Trafalgar Law, a central and fascinating character.


The Ope Ope no Mi is a key element in the One Piece universe, offering a unique combination of medical and tactical powers. Its story intertwined with that of emblematic characters and major events deeply enriches the narrative of the series. Trafalgar Law , with his unique abilities and tragic backstory, remains one of the most captivating characters in Eiichiro Oda's work.

Related articles:

Devil Fruit Powers: The Complete Guide

The 10 Craziest Devil Fruits in One Piece - Part 1

Top 10 most powerful Devil Fruits

Back to blog

Leave a comment

Please note, comments need to be approved before they are published.