One Piece: What Are the SMILE Fruits & How Many Are There?

One Piece: What Are the SMILE Fruits & How Many Are There?
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Every fan of One Piece knows what a Devil Fruit is, and most fans know that they are divided into Paramecia-, Logia-, and Zoan-type Devil Fruits, based on how they affect the user. But there are also SMILE Fruits. WHAT Fruits? Yes, SMILE Fruits! SMILE Fruits are a group of artificial Devil Fruits, and in this article, we will tell you what they are and how many there are.

SMILEs or SMILE Fruits are actually artificial Zoan-type Devil Fruits that were created using SAD. Donquixote Doflamingo and Caesar Clown created these fruits, but they were later taken and utilized by the Beasts Pirates, which makes sense based on their name. So far, the series has introduced us to a total of 46 SMILE Fruits.

In the rest of this article, we will tell you everything you need to know about the SMILE Devil Fruits. We will tell you a bit about then and, then, how many there are and what they are. Be aware that there might be some spoilers in this article, so be careful how you approach our text if you’re not fully up-to-date with the happenings in One Piece.

SMILEs are artificial Devil Fruits that turn people into human-beast hybrids

The SMILEs sold by Doflamingo were obtained from SAD, a substance that only Caesar Clown can synthesize by mixing the hereditary genetic factors of various animals. It was produced at Punk Hazard and transported to Dressrosa on tankers; it was used in the SMILE factory to create artificial devil fruits. When the latter were ingested, inherited genetic factors altered the consumer’s body to give it the characteristics of a specific animal. Kaido bought over five hundred of them, thus forming a fearsome army at his service.

Due to the great skill of the Tontatta dwarves in cultivating all types of plants and their extreme naivety, they produced SMILES convinced that they were used to cure their princess Mansherry. Despite their abilities, only one in ten fruits became functioning devil fruit, while in defective ones, the ability to transmit unwanted effects remained even if bitten once.

All the fruits that became SMILE were red apples, leaving their flavor unchanged, so they did not have the bad taste of common devil fruits. Owners of these fruits, such as the Gifters of the Pirates of a Hundred Beasts, can only partially transform into a specific animal and cannot choose which body part to transform.

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Furthermore, those who gain the sentient head of an animal on their body are no longer able to reverse the transformation. They carry the weaknesses common to Devil Fruits, and their owners can suffer the effects of the Kibi Kibi Devil Fruit; those who eat the defective fruits only get side effects and lose the ability to show expressions other than a smile. No drug can cure these effects. Since hereditary genetic factors can only be extracted from living animals, creating Smiles that allow transformation into mythological or extinct animals is impossible.

How many SMILE fruits are there?

So far, the series has introduced us to a total of 46 SMILE Fruits, but there may be more, i.e., the list is not final. The known ones so far are:

  1. Sheep SMILE, grants the user the physical characteristics of a sheep.
  2. Mouse SMILE, grants the user the physical characteristics of a mouse.
  3. Bat SMILE, grants the user the physical characteristics of a bat.
  4. Gazelle SMILE, grants the user the physical characteristics of a Gazelle.
  5. Lion SMILE, grants the user the physical characteristics of a lion.
  6. Horse SMILE, grants the user the physical characteristics of a horse.
  7. Hippopotamus SMILE, grants the user the physical characteristics of a hippopotamus.
  8. Alpaca SMILE, grants the user the physical characteristics of an alpaca.
  9. Scorpion SMILE, grants the user the physical characteristics of a scorpion.
  10. Elephant SMILE, grants the user the physical characteristics of an elephant.
  11. Monkey SMILE, grants the user the physical characteristics of a monkey.
  12. Armadillo SMILE, grants the user the physical characteristics of an armadillo.
  13. Ostrich SMILE, grants the user the physical characteristics of an ostrich.
  14. Flying Squirrel SMILE, grants the user the physical characteristics of a flying squirrel.
  15. Gorilla SMILE, grants the user the physical characteristics of a gorilla.
  16. Giraffe SMILE, grants the user the physical characteristics of a giraffe.
  17. Chicken SMILE, grants the user the physical characteristics of a chicken.
  18. Rattlesnake SMILE, grants the user the physical characteristics of a rattlesnake.
  19. Bear SMILE, grants the user the physical characteristics of a bear.
  20. Eagle SMILE, grants the user the physical characteristics of an eagle.
  21. Butterfly SMILE, grants the user the physical characteristics of a butterfly.
  22. Pug SMILE, grants the user the physical characteristics of a pug.
  23. Hognose Snake SMILE, grants the user the physical characteristics of a hognose snake.
  24. White Snake SMILE, grants the user the physical characteristics of a white snake.
  25. Unnamed Wolf SMILE, grants the user the physical characteristics of a wolf.
  26. Unnamed Snake SMILE, grants the user the physical characteristics of a snake.
  27. Unnamed Crab SMILE, grants the user the physical characteristics of a crab.
  28. Unnamed Rabbit SMILE, gives the user rabbit ears on his shoulders, a rabbit’s face on his beard, and a rabbit’s tail on his back.
  29. Unnamed Fox SMILE, gives the user a fox’s head coming from his forehead and scalp in place of his hair.
  30. Unnamed Walrus SMILE, gives the user a walrus’ head and body coming from his scalp in place of his hair.
  31. Unnamed Bee SMILE, gives the user an extra pair of arms and bee wings above her rear end.
  32. Unnamed Moose SMILE, gives the user the head of a moose.
  33. Unnamed Cat SMILE, gives the user cat ears and cat tails.
  34. Unnamed Stag Beetle SMILE, gives the user stag beetle jaws coming from his shoulder blades.
  35. Unnamed Rhinoceros Beetle SMILE, gives the user a rhinoceros beetle horn coming from his forehead.
  36. Unnamed Mantis SMILE, gives the user mantis claws in place of her hands.
  37. Unnamed Dog SMILE, gives the user the physical characteristics of a dog.
  38. Unnamed Rhinoceros SMILE, gives the user a rhinoceros in place of his legs with his torso coming out from between the rhinoceros’ neck and upper back.
  39. Unnamed Hedgehog SMILE, gives the user hedgehog quills covering his back.
  40. Unnamed Tortoise SMILE, gives the user a full body of a tortoise growing from his pelvis, replacing his legs.
  41. Unnamed Panda SMILE, gives the user a full body of a giant panda, but while up side down. His human head is between the giant panda’s hind legs.
  42. Unnamed Crocodile SMILE, turns the user’s left arm into the head and upper body of a crocodile.
  43. Unnamed Zebra SMILE, gives the user the hindquarters of a zebra coming from behind the upper part of his back.
  44. Unnamed Caiman SMILE, gives the user the front half of a caiman coming from the backs of her lower leg.
  45. Unnamed Tiger SMILE, gives the user the ears, nose, fangs, and striped fur of a tiger.
  46. Unnamed Llama SMILE, causes a llama’s neck to sprout out of the top of the user’s head and covering his skin with fur.
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