Hebi Hebi no Mi, Model: Lindwyrm Sept 17, 2021 6:56:57 GMT -5
Post by Sam on Sept 17, 2021 6:56:57 GMT -5
Hebi Hebi no Mi, Model: Lindwyrm
English Name:– Snake Snake Fruit, Model: Lindwyrm
Classification:– Mythical Zoan
Owned By:– Lucien Laurent
This fruit turns its user into a(n) "Lindwyrm Giant" (“Rintovurumu Kyojin”) granting them the following transformations…
• Full Beast Transformation:
In full beast form, the user of this fruit assumes the form of a serpent with bright white scales as white as snow that glisten like silver under the sunlight. The serpentine transformation is at least two hundred feet long from head to tail (being longer than it is taller). A pair of horns extend from its head, a sail resembling a fish's fin extends from the back of its head down to about the middle of its back. As a Lindwyrm the user only has one pair of limbs, specifically in the front where it boasts a pair of arms with sharp talons which help with burrowing something that the user excels greatly at. Despite having this pair of front legs the Lindwyrm does not use them to walk, rather they slither like a snake and use their legs for traction similar to a mole-lizard.
• Half-Beast Transformation:
While in Hybrid form the user retains their humanoid body plan. But with attributes of the draconic body. They grow to a halfway point between their full-beast form and normal form. Their body is also covered in white silvery scales and a pair of wings sprout from their back. They also retain all form limbs although they now resemble they carry over some serpentine traits and retain the humanoid posture.
This fruit also grants the following abilities while transformed…
• Toxic to the Core:
Lindwyrm are toxic creatures whose very existence is known to taint the earth. Its association with pestilence, death, and plague allows the user to spit a corrosive venom that can be expelled in both liquid and gaseous forms. This caustic substance is capable of melting down even the toughest of materials like stone and steel. Of course, the user themself is immune to the effects of this venom.
• Magic Scales:
The white scales of a Lindwyrm are magical in nature. According to legend, beholding a white wyrm's scales would bring good luck. While other legends attest that eating a Lindwyrm's scales could bestow you with knowledge of magic, nature, and medicine. This also balances with the association of the Lindwyrm as a creature of the underworld holding a certain level of control over death and plague. Combining these traits the user of the Lindwyrm fruit can shed their scales and bury them in the earth summoning skeletal warriors who can follow basic commands.
- Draugr: The skeletal warriors this fruit produces are known as "draugr" vile undead creatures known to protect treasure hoards in legends. Draugr are roughly six feet in size and come equipped with basic mail and a simple weapon such as a sword, ax, spear, and sometimes even carry a shield. Draugr can follow basic commands from their master and are otherwise mindless zombies when not in use.
• Submersion: The first and most obvious weakness of this fruit is submersion in water which is one of the standard Devil Fruit weaknesses.
• Seastone: The second is another standard weakness. That being, seastone completely blocks the fruit's powers and makes its user feel weakened.
• Hugs: In the Legend of Prince Lindwyrm the aforementioned prince was defeated by a hug and turned back into a man after receiving affection. As such the user of this fruit is weak to "loving hugs" which completely shut down the user's abilities turning them back into their base form and removing them from their transformed state.
• Shedding Scales: Like any dragon the scales of a Lindwyrm are a great defense. For that reason when the user sheds its scales to produce its minions they are left temporarily vulnerable as their squishy flesh is exposed.