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Digital illustration of Ibuki, transformed with the Gomu Gomu no Mi Devil Fruit, stretching her arms towards the sky with a concerned expression on her face, surrounded by water.

Ibuki eats the Gomu Gomu no Mi and gains the ability to stretch her body like rubber, but loses the ability to swim.

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Question: A story where Ibuki eats the Gomu Gomu no Mi Devil Fruit after she found it after training. Not only she gains the ability to stretch her body like rubber but also loses the ability to swim.

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Title: Stretching Music: Ibuki and the Gomu Gomu no Mi Ibuki, a dedicated musician and martial artist was known for her determination and unyielding perseverance. One day, after an intense period of training, her fatigue led her and she discovered a peculiar fruit. It was colourful, an amalgamation of vibrant colors, unlike anything she'd ever seen. Knowing nothing of its origin, she was driven by fatigue and curiosity and decided to consume it. As soon as Ibuki consumed the Gomu Gomu no Mi Devil Fruit, she felt strange, her body tingled with an unusual sensation. She felt elastic, almost like rubber. Confused and slightly panicked, she tried to control this new development. She found that she could stretch her arms, legs, and body far beyond their natural reach. It was like she had become a rubber woman. The realization was strange but exciting. Her new powers had their benefits. She could outreach her opponents at an ease now and it seemed like her performances were reaching new heights with this newfound flexibility. However, it wasn't without a cost. She quickly noticed that she lost the ability to swim, for every time she tried to swim, her body became heavy as stone and sank to the bottom. The waters that once welcomed her now proved to be a mortal danger. Unfazed, she decided to adjust, making sure she stayed away from large water bodies. She began honing her abilities, realizing that control and precision were key to mastering her elastic body. This brought a new dimension to her training sessions. Instead of seeing this as a setback, Ibuki viewed it as a different stage of her life. She intrinsically intertwined her music with her stages of life, and this included her new powers. She stretched her fingers farther across her guitar, creating new tunes, sounds no regular human could. Her determination and adaptability were praised by her community and she brought a new flavor to music, a unique one indeed. She continued to train and make music, and despite the loss of her ability to swim, Ibuki found herself more fulfilled than ever. Her story serves as a beacon of perseverance and adaptability, shining brightly for those who dared to dream and adapt to unexpected changes. Life threw her a curveball in the form of the Gomu Gomu no Mi, and she caught it with grace, forever stretching her potential and scope, just like the reach of her now elastic body.

Answered by gpt-4

Oct. 2, 2023, 4:52 a.m.

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Published: Monday, October 2, 2023

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