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After release A piece Volume #106, series author Eiichiro Oda finally mentioned the most problematic Devil Fruit of the series: Love-Love Fruit. Although Boa Hancock’s Love-Love Fruit has been a part of One Piece for over a decade, a major problem with it arose when S-Snake, Hancock’s Seraphim, was also able to use powers. its strength as a child. The problem with that, of course, is that it implies that anyone who can petrify an S-Snake is attracted to children, and even if it is played for fun, it still causes problems. consequences are very unpleasant.
S-Snake with Love Fruit has always been a big deal, but fortunately, One Piece author Eiichiro Oda has finally solved this problem. On episode #106 of SBS, Oda discussed the issue of S-Snake being able to petrify people by explaining that her victim only finds her as cute as an infant, thus confirming that the Fruit of Love doesn’t just work with sex or sex. romantic appeal and remove any controversies. This aspect of the Love-Love Fruit is said to have been established earlier in the series, but having the explicit confirmation greatly mitigates the very unfortunate effects of S-Snake and even even Hancock.
One Piece has established the true power of the fruit of love
SBS episode #106 of One Piece confirms that the Love Fruit doesn’t need a goal to attract users, but this is said to have been established a long time ago. In the Paramount War saga, one of Hancock’s attacks petrified not only her opponent but the cannonballs they fired at her. If the Love Fruit has the ability to petrify inanimate objects, that means its power never needs a target to attract users, and with SBS episode #106, the idea that was finally confirmed.
Another thing to take away from One Piece clarifying how the Love Fruit works is that it makes Hancock a bit less dark than it should be. Hancock was forced to eat the Love Fruits as a child when she was a slave to the Celestial Dragons, and since they have been shown to treat women like objects, there is a sexual implication to Hancock’s work. being fed the Fruit of Love. -Love Fruit. However, if the Devil Fruit doesn’t require sexual or romantic attraction to work, that’s not necessarily the case, making her plot less dark than it originally was.
One Piece’s SBS Makes Hancock’s Plot Less Dark (& That’s Good)
Hancock’s backstory of becoming a slave and turning evil hater is already one of the darkest in the series, but if going this way has even more troubling implications, then it is. would be too dark for a story like One Piece, and far beyond. little believe that Hancock can try and change herself as easily as she did after meeting Luffy. So, A pieceSBS’s SBS clarified the issue with S-Snake having a Love Fruit that also helps improve Hancock’s personality, and the drama is all the better to do that.