Kozuki Oden’s Legendary Zoan Devil Fruit


Today we will talk about Oden’s Devil Fruit !! Some will say how do you know he has fruit? Wait a little bit.. First we must start from the name of the clan “KOZUKI”


At first, Kozuki was not the clan name. How? The clan name was going to be Kogetsu not Kozuki…

In Chapter 816, the clan was introduced as the “Kogetsu Family”. However, the subsequent chapter changed it to “Kozuki”. Both share the same meaning and kanji characters. This is fixed in the Volume release, where the dialog was changed to “Kozuki” in Chapter 816.

Some will ask what is useful in that? Ok…

The name Kozuki contains the kanji for “light” (光?) and “moon” (月?).
Kogetsu = bright white moon
The meaning is very close. But Kogetsu has a different meaning!
Kogetsu = moon fox


Now we proceed to the second point. In the previous chapter 942 something happened that is not normal, and I do not know if you have noticed that.


What is that? I think it is a tail of an animal. This animal is probably the fox.
I have not finished yet !!

In this scene, too, there is something that is not ordinary !!

Is this human leg? I do not think so, but a leg for an animal.

So if we linked these hints with some in addition to what we said at the first point .. Maybe ODEN already had a Devil Fruit.

Fruit is related to foxes??
Kitsune ???

We know that Kine’mon initially said that he was Momonosuke’s father, but later discovered that this is not true….But this incident may bear a hint and support what we said earlier!!

Kin’emon = Foxfire Kin’emon

What I mean here is that this incident is not a whole lie … Kin’emon was saying that Momonosuke’s father … What if the real Momonosuke’s father is also related to the fox like such as Kin’emon.

Fake Father = Foxfire Kin’emon.
The real father = Oden = Maybe he is also a fox.

Since we started The Wano Country Arc we saw that the writer put many different legends…But there is a very famous legend in Japan has not yet appeared.

Kitsune in the literal sense is the Japanese word for ‘fox’, specifically in the red fox of East Asia. Foxes are a common subject of Japanese folklore; in English, kitsune refers to them in this context. Stories depict legendary foxes as intelligent beings and as possessing paranormal abilities that increase with their age and wisdom. According to Yōkai folklore, all foxes have the ability to shapeshift into human form. While some folktales speak of kitsuneemploying this ability to trick others – as foxes in folklore often do – other stories portray them as faithful guardians, friends, lovers, and wives.

Foxes in Japanese culture are different species for this. Maybe Oden had fruit tied to a fox …everything is possible.

Why did Hiyori always put a fox mask when she started playing?
Does that remind her of her father ?? 

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Catarina Devon possesses the nine-tailed fox fruit … Is it possible that this fruit was owned by Oden 20 years ago ?? The nine-tailed fox legend is linked to Japanese culture and the best place to appear is The Wano Country Arc??

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Catarina Devon, known as the “Crescent Moon Hunter”
 = moon fox

Some will say that the tail you are talking about is just a ligament like that put by Raizo.

First that ligament is placed by ninja not samurai.

Second, during Oden’s fight against Ashura Doji it did not appear.

Thirdly, that ligament is like a twisted rope and what I’m talking about is something different in form.

If you go back to the previous chapter and look from another perspective, that tail-like thing will not appear, and the belt owned by Raizo is double-shaped and shows from both sides.

From this angle nothing appears but on the other hand there is something like a tail.

It may be all that I said to be nonsense and may be true even a small part of it .. I hope that this theory has won your admiration 🙂

*Theory by odacchi_san

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