Does anyone have a compilation of the different gomu-gomu attacks that luffy uses?
also in his standard form (no gears) whats the strongest move? (i.e. gomu gomu no rifle > pistol)
Does anyone have a compilation of the different gomu-gomu attacks that luffy uses?
also in his standard form (no gears) whats the strongest move? (i.e. gomu gomu no rifle > pistol)
I think you could be able to do this on your own. I don't think there really is that many Gomu-Gomu attacks but that's only if we're not considering the one's he doesn't use all the time. But lets see,
Regular Luffy: Gomu Gomu no pistol, rifle, bazooka, whip, spear, balloon, storm, gatling. That's all I can think of off the top of my head.
Gear 2nd: Gomu Gomu no Jet + any attack in regular Luffy set.
Gear 3rd: Gomu Gomu no Gigante + any attack in regular Luffy set.
The strongest move in standard Luffy's moveset would be Bazooka, I think.
add to that:
Gomu Gomu no Hanabi
Gomu Gomu no volcano
Gomu Gomu no kane
Gomu Gomu no stamp
Gomu Gomu no rocket
Gomu Gomu no bullet (one of my fav)
Gomu Gomu no Bow (vs Wapol)
Gomu Gomu no canon (vs a big guy from Franky family)
Gomu Gomu no Axe
Gomu Gomu no tate
And my personal favourite and imo strongest: Gomu Gomu no STORM!
there is a few more, tho i can recall them atm.
edit= forgot to add: gomu gomu no .. daze (vs enel).
just go to one piece.wikia and there they are. In detail.
Gomu Gomu No Jettoblastoo!!!!
gomu gomu scythe!
he did that against buggy. he pistoled, then grabbed something behind buggy and extended his other arm while releasing.
The invisible and the non-existent look very much alike.
HERE YOU GO
AttacksLuffy notably uses the Gomu Gomu no Mi to attack. His attacks all follow a pattern. They begin with "Gomu Gomu no..." and finish with an attack-specific word. The majority of them are named after guns and various other firearms. This naming pattern originates from the claim that Luffy made to Shanks. He claimed that his fist is as strong as pistol fire. Other known attacks were named after various other aspects such as physical objects to mental stupidity. In the Viz manga, all of Luffy's Devil Fruit based attacks begin with Gum Gum instead of Gomu Gomu. In the 4kids dub, Luffy's attacks also begin with Gum Gum however, the gun references are completely renamed for censorship reasons. In the Funimation dub the gun refernces are kept in.
 Gun and Artillery Themed AttacksThe known normal Devil Fruit based attacks so far that are named after guns and various other artillery, that Luffy has used, are as follows:
Luffy punching the Lord of the Coast with Gomu Gomu no PistolGomu Gomu no Pistol (ゴムゴムの銃(ピストル)): Luffy's standard straight punch, augmented with stretching. This attack can be used from short to long range. In the Viz manga, and funimation dub, it is called Gum Gum Pistol. In the 4kids dub, it is called Gum Gum Blast. It's name comes from Luffy's claim to Shanks that his punching arm is "As powerful as a pistol!" This was first seen being used on the Lord of the Coast after ten years of training in the manga, while in the anime, it is first seen being used against Alvida. In the second version of Romance Dawn, Luffy used a technique similar in concept to this attack against Spiel. According to a fan poll, this is the ninth favorite attack amongst fans with a total of 552 votes.
Gomu Gomu no RocketGomu Gomu no Rocket (ゴムゴムのロケット): Luffy's main method of traveling long distances fast. He stretches out one of his arms (or both) and grabs a handhold, then retracts them, projecting himself high into the air, over great distances, or even into an opponent. This technique is oftentimes reckless especially if not done properly as Luffy could accidentally propel himself into a body of water or worse. This was first seen being used to propel Luffy to the top of the Marine Base in Shell Town in the manga. In the anime, it was first seen being used to crash into Alvida's crew.  This is called Gum-Gum Rocket in the Viz manga and 4kids dub.
Gomu Gomu no Bazooka (ゴムゴムのバズーカ): Luffy stretches both his arms far back, and then hurls them forward, striking his opponent with both simultaneously. This is usually used as a finishing move. This was first seen being used to defeat Buggy. In the Viz Manga, this is called Gum-Gum Bazooka. In the 4kids dub, this is called Gum-Gum Double Barrel. According to a fan poll, this is the fifth favorite attack amongst fans with a total of 995 votes.
Gomu Gomu no Gattling Gun (ゴムゴムの銃乱打(ガトリング)): Luffy uses his stretching ability to bring his fists forward repeatedly in a blurry, rapid barrage of punches that creates the illusion of him having multiple arms, however he doesn't actually grow more arms so his arms can be caught by an opponent fast enough (as Enel and Rob Lucci demonstrated). This was first seen being used against a group of Black Cat Pirates after being accidentally hypnotized stronger by Jango. Usually only used against weaker opponents or when Luffy is becoming frustrated, as it has little effect on stronger enemies.  In the Viz Manga, this is called Gum-Gum Gatling. In the 4kids dub, this is called Gum-Gum Rapid Fire. According to a fan poll, this is the favorite attack amongst fans with a total of 3785 votes.
Gomu Gomu no Bullet (ゴムゴムの銃弾(ブレット)): Luffy stretches one arm far behind him, then snaps it back to deliver an short-distance, one-fisted blow to an opponent. This was first seen being used on Don Krieg. In the Viz Manga, this is called Gum-Gum Bullet, while in the 4kids dub, this is called Gum-Gum Burst. According to a fan poll, this is the twenty eighth favorite attack amongst fans with a total of 68 votes. In all instances in the anime except the fight against Usopp, this attack is always renamed "Gomu Gomu no Pistol". 
Gomu Gomu no Bow Gun (ゴムゴムのボーガン): Luffy takes hold of his opponent, then repeatedly twists his torso vertically around his waist. The resulting snapback sends his opponent flying upwards. This was first seen being used against Wapol. In the 4kids dub, this is called Gum-Gum Crossbow.
Gomu Gomu no Shotgun (ゴムゴムの銃(ピストル)｢散弾(ショット)｣): Starts off as an ordinary Pistol attack, after which Luffy "twangs" his stretched arm, causing his fist to connect multiple times. The kanji can be read as "Pistol Shot" but it is pronounced as "Shotgun" in the anime. In the 4kids dub, this is called Gum-Gum Quake. This was first seen being used against Crocodile after Luffy wet his own body with water.
Gomu Gomu no Rifle (ゴムゴムの回転弾(ライフル)): Similar to Gomu Gomu no Bullet, but Luffy twists his arm around as he stretches it behind him and hits the opponent at close range, putting a spin on them. This was first seen being used against Eneru. According to a fan poll, this is the twenty first favorite amongst fans with a total of 85 votes.
Gomu Gomu no Cannon (ゴムゴムの攻城砲 (キャノン)): Luffy builds up speed with a long series of quick punches, and finishes with a single double-fisted blow. A powerful technique that can pierce strong armor, and, in combination with Zoro's Three-Swords Style, devastating enough to puncture a hole through a massive tidal wave. This was first seen being used against one of the Franky Family's "Mighty Destroyers".
 Other Weapons Themed AttacksThe known normal Devil Fruit based attacks so far that are named after other weapons other than guns, that Luffy has used, are as follows:
Gomu Gomu no MuchiGomu Gomu no Muchi (ゴムゴムの鞭): Luffy stretches his leg and kicks in a wide circle, striking multiple foes. This was first seen being used against a group of Marines in Shell Town. This is called Gum-Gum Whip in the Viz manga and 4kids dub.
Gomu Gomu no Tsuchi (ゴムゴムの槌, Rubber Rubber Mallet): Luffy takes hold of his opponent with his hands, then spins, twisting his arms. He then untwists them, rapidly spinning his opponent, while bringing him crashing to the floor. This was first seen being used against Richie after he and Mohji destroyed Shushu's master's store. In the Viz manga, this is called Gum-Gum Gavel. In the 4kids dub, this is called Gum-Gum Hammer.
Gomu Gomu no Kama (ゴムゴムの鎌): Luffy grabs an object behind his opponent and pulls himself towards them. He then stretches out his other arm and clotheslines his opponent. This was first seen being used against Buggy. In the Viz Manga, this is called Gum-Gum Sickle. In the 4kids dub, this is called Gum-Gum Fist. In Grand Battle RUSH! His Special Attack is Gum-Gum Scythe, but he says Gum-Gum Giant Slide.
Gomu Gomu no Yari (ゴムゴムの槍): Luffy holds his feet together and kicks with both simultaneously. This was first seen being used against Kuro after Luffy dodged his attack. This is called Gum-Gum Spear in the Viz Manga and 4kids dub.
Gomu Gomu no Ōgama (ゴムゴムの大鎌): Identical to Gomu Gomu no Sickle, but he uses both arms for the rocket and the clotheslining. This was first seen being used on a group of Krieg's pirates that were attacking the Baratie. This is called Gum-Gum Giant Scythe in the Viz Manga and 4kids dub.
Gomu Gomu no Ono (ゴムゴムの斧) Luffy stretches one leg high into the air, then brings it crashing down on an opponent or structure, for massive damage, strong enough to destroy large buildings and ships in a single hit. This was first seen being used on the front porch of the Baratie. In the Viz Manga, this called Gum-Gum Battle Axe. In the 4kids dub, this is called Gum-Gum Axe.
Gomu Gomu no Ōzuchi (ゴムゴムの大槌, Rubber Rubber Giant Mallet): Similar to Gomu Gomu no Gavel, but he performs it using the feet and legs instead of hands and arms while in mid-air. He performed while he was trapped inside Krieg's net, sending the latter crashing into Baratie's front porch. n the 4kids dub, this is called Gum-Gum Giant Hammer.
 Other Concepts Themed AttacksThe known normal Devil Fruit based attacks so far that are named after other concepts other than weapons, that Luffy has used, are as follows:
Gomu Gomu no Fuusen (ゴムゴムの風船): A technique wherein Luffy inflates himself rapidly through his mouth, further increasing his resistance to blunt attacks. With his inflated body, Luffy is capable of deflecting projectile attacks back to their shooters. This is not necessarily always an attack as Luffy can also use this technique for other purposes aside from deflecting projectiles such as escaping Smokers Smoke Snake technique or using himself as a cushion when his ship is in for a hard landing. This can also prevent Luffy from sinking under water, making him bounce off the surface. This was first seen being used against one of Buggy's cannonballs after Luffy insulted Buggy. This is called Gum-Gum Balloon in the Viz manga and 4kids dub. According to a fan poll, this is the seventeenth favorite attack amongst fans with a total of 162 votes.
Gomu Gomu no Kane (ゴムゴムの鐘): While grappled onto an enemy, Luffy stretches his neck backwards, then snaps it back for a devastating head butt to the opponent's face. This was first seen being used to defeat Kuro. This is called Gum-Gum Bell in the Viz Manga and 4kids dub.
Gomu Gomu no Kazaguruma (ゴムゴムの風車): A technique that was used once in the Arlong Arc. Luffy planted his feet into the ground to steady himself, then twisted his body around tightly. He then grabbed hold of Arlong's pet Mohmoo and unwound, spinning the Sea King around rapidly to crush the Fishmen surrounding him. After spinning around several times, Luffy then let go of Mohmoo and threw him far away. While it took out most of Arlong's Fishmen, it however had the disadvantage of getting Luffy's feet stuck in the ground. This rather reckless move was inspired by the sight of the pinwheel on top of Genzo's hat seen by Luffy. In the 4kids dub, this is called Gum-Gum Pinwheel while in the Viz Manga, this is called Gum-Gum Windmill. In the video game One Piece Grand Battle, an alternate version of this move exists where instead of planting his feet firmly to the ground, Luffy just proceeds to the target(s) while twisting his mid-section before unwinding, slapping anyone unfortunate enough to be within proximity
Gomu Gomu no Tate (ゴムゴムの盾): Luffy grabs the fingers of one hand with the other, and stretches them before his face to block blades that pass between the fingers. This was first seen being used on Arlong. This is called Gum-Gum Shield in the Viz Manga and 4kids dub.
Gomu Gomu no Ami (ゴムゴムの網, Rubber Rubber Net): Luffy entwines his fingers making a net like shape and then stretches out his fingers making a larger net in an attempt to trap his opponents. This was first seen being used on Arlong. This is called Gum-Gum Finger Net in the Viz Manga and 4kids dub.
Gomu Gomu no Ikebana (ゴムゴムの生け花, Rubber Rubber Flower Arrangement): A technique in which Luffy grabs hold of the Going Merry's mast and slams it into his opponent. This was first seen being used on Laboon. The name is derived from the fact that the way the mast is slammed resembles typical Japanese flower arrangements. In the 4kids dub, this technique is not present. In the Viz Manga, this is called Gum-Gum Bouquet.
Gomu Gomu no Stamp (ゴムゴムのスタンプ): Luffy stretches his leg out and hits his opponent with the bottom of his foot, leaving an imprint, or "stamp", of his sandal. This was first seen being used to finish off Mr. 3.
Gomu Gomu no Dame Da! (ゴムゴムのダメだ): A joke technique in which Luffy stretches his arm to stop Usopp stealing his water given to him by Toto. In the 4kids dub, this is called Gum-Gum No Way!, Gum-Gum Stay Away!. According to a fan poll, this is the twenty fourth favorite attack amongst fans with a total of 76 votes.
Gomu Gomu no Sensuikan (ゴムゴムの潜水艦): Similar to the Pistol, but his fist travels underground to uppercut the target. In the 4kids dub, this is called Gum-Gum Submarine.
Gomu Gomu no Baku Baku (ゴムゴムのバクバク): Luffy stretches his mouth wide open, and attempts to bite or swallow his opponent. This attack was named after and copied from Wapol's Baku Baku no Mi powers. In the 4kids dub, this is called Gum-Gum Munch-Munch. This technique was first seen being used against Crocodile.
Gomu Gomu no Marunokogiri (ゴムゴムの丸鋸): Luffy grabs his opponent from afar with both arms and winds himself up like with Bow gun. He then kicks off from the ground and spins towards his opponent to deliver a powerful head butt. In the 4kids dub this is called Gum-Gum Buzzsaw. This was first seen being used against Crocodile after Luffy wet his own body with water.
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Crocodile being pummeled by StormGomu Gomu no Storm (ゴムゴムの暴風雨(ストーム): A extremely powerful move and is easily one of Luffy's strongest attacks. With an opponent positioned high above, Luffy first uses Gomu Gomu no Balloon and twist his body around tightly, then blow the air towards the ground. This propels Luffy spinning upwards towards an opponent up above, where he delivers a constant barrage of powerful punches, with power greatly enhanced by the momentum of his launch. This was first seen being used to defeat Crocodile. This attack was powerful enough to beat Crocodile through an extremely thick ceiling of solid bedrock and cause a huge earthquake in Arabasta, and then propel him several hundred feet into the air. This technique can also be used while Luffy is airborne, allowing him to literally rain punches down upon his enemies. In the 4kids dub, this is called Gum-Gum Storm. According to a fan poll, this is the seventh favorite attack amongst fans with a total of 815 votes. In the video game One Piece: Unlimited adventure, an alternate version of this move is seen where Luffy first twists himself right before inflating, making the move quicker and faster.
Gomu Gomu no Hanabi (ゴムゴムの花火): Luffy jumps into the air and spins around rapidly. Then he unleashes a flurry of punches and kicks that go in every direction due to the spinning motion. This was first seen being used against the White Berets in Skypiea In the english version of the game, Pirates Carnival, dubbed by 4kids, this is called Gum-Gum Fireworks.
Gomu Gomu no Boh... (ゴムゴムのボー, Rubber Rubber Idio...): A technique in which Luffy 'switches off' his conscious mind, allowing him to avoid attacks entirely on instinct. This made him immune to Eneru's mind-reading Mantra ability. The disadvantage is that he can neither think nor attack in this state. According to a fan poll, this is the twentieth most favorite attack amongst fans with a total of 95 votes.
Gomu Gomu no Tako (ゴムゴムのたこ, Rubber Rubber Octopus): A technique in which Luffy makes his appendages go limp that they resemble the tentacles of an octopus. This was done in an attempt to figure a way to fight against Eneru's Mantra ability.
Gomu Gomu no Tako Hanabi (ゴムゴムのたこ花火, Rubber Rubber Octopus Fireworks): Much like Gomu Gomu no Hanabi except, due to the previous move, Gomu Gomu no Tako, his limbs bounce off of walls without losing speed. Because his limbs are limp, Luffy can't predict or control where they will go if they ricochet off of an object, much less the unlucky opponent(s). This is completely advantageous against a Mantra ability user as they also can't predict where Luffy's punches and kicks would come at them. This technique was used against Eneru during Luffy's battle against him.
Gomu Gomu no Mikata Robo (ゴムゴムの味方ロボ, Rubber Rubber Ally Robot): Luffy wraps his arms around a person's limbs in order to manipulate their movements. This was first used against a Marine in Enies Lobby.
Mikata Robo Punch (味方ロボパンチ, Ally Robot Punch): Luffy uses his "Ally Robot" to punch an opponent.
Mikata Robo Kick (味方ロボキック, Ally Robot Kick): Luffy uses his "Ally Robot" to kick an opponent.
Gomu Gomu no Kazan (ゴムゴムの火山 (かざん), Rubber Rubber Volcano): Similar to Gomu Gomu no Ono, except Luffy's foot is stretched upwards to break through a roof. This was first seen being used against marines at Enies Lobby.
 Anime UsesIn the anime, Luffy displays some more unique uses of his rubbery body. The known named regular Devil Fruit techniques that are exclusive to the anime are as follows:
Gomu Gomu no Pachinko (ゴムゴムのパチンコ): Luffy grabs hand and foot holds, then intercepts a projectile, stretching back and firing the projectile back at its origin. This was first seen being used against the cannonball that Fullbody fired at Luffy; whereas in the manga, Luffy bounced it back with a Gomu Gomu no Fuusen. This is called Gum-Gum Slingshot in the 4kids dub.
Gomu Gomu no Neji (ゴムゴムのネジ, Rubber Rubber Screw): Luffy grabs onto a large, spinning object that is shot at him while holding onto a foothold, twists his arms and legs as if to do a Gomu Gomu no Giant Gavel while the force of the object propels him further to his ability's limit, then slams the object into a foe while spinning. This was first seen being used against Bear King in the second One Piece movie.
Gomu Gomu no Amidori (ゴムゴムの網取, Rubber Rubber Net-Catch): A technique wherein Luffy stretches his arm out to catch something. This was first seen being used to catch what Luffy assumed to be fish. Instead of catching fish however, Luffy caught an unconscious Apis adrift on her boat. The recoil of this technique is somewhat reckless as Luffy's arm pushed Zoro off the Going Merry as Luffy reeled it back in.
Gomu Gomu no Tsuribashi (ゴムゴムの吊橋, Rubber Rubber Suspension Bridge): A technique wherein Luffy turns himself into a make-shift bridge by laying his rubber body across a gap. This was first seen being used to help Nami get across a wide gap in Warship Island.
Gomu Gomu no Nagenawa (ゴムゴムの投げ縄, Rubber Rubber Lasso): A technique wherein Luffy entwines himself around something, and then stretches his arm to grab an object. This was first seen being used when the Going Merry was going through a typhoon to get to the Lost Island. Luffy entwined his body to the ship's mast and stretched out his arm to lasso Ryuji's raft.
Gomu Gomu no Propeller (ゴムゴムのプロペラ): Used against a giant sea bird in the anime, Luffy jumps into the air and does a Gomu Gomu no Gavel, with his hands grabbing the bird's beak to prevent it from attacking him, spinning the bird around in a cyclone before slamming down onto Going Merry's deck. In the 4kids dub, this is called Gum-Gum Twister.
Gomu Gomu no Hittakuri (ゴムゴムのひったくり): Similar to Gomu Gomu no Rocket, except Luffy wraps the outstretched arm several times around the target before rocketing towards it. This was first seen being used to get onto Barbarbossa's ship in one of the Arabasta anime filler episodes.
Gomu Gomu no Sadowari (ゴムゴムの砂土割り (さどわり), Rubber Rubber Sand Splitter): While fighting on sandy terrain, Luffy outstretches his arm and skims the surface of the sand to uppercut the opponent from afar. This was first seen being used against Zoro in an Arabasta filler episode because Luffy went delusional from drinking cactus juice and thought that he was Crocodile.
Gomu Gomu no Shoot (ゴムゴムのシュート): Used in Pirate Soccer King featurette. Luffy stretches back leg and kicks.
Gomu Gomu no Tomotsuna (ゴムゴムの艫綱 (ともつな), Rubber Rubber Stern Rope)
Gomu Gomu no Bungee (ゴムゴムのバンジー): When holding onto a ledge while stretched, Luffy retracts his arm to pull him up while hopping along the wall. This was first seen being used in Nami's filler episode in the Post-Arabasta arc to get back onto the Going Merry after Luffy accidentally fell off.
Gomu Gomu no Tomozuna (ゴムゴムの艫綱, Rubber Rubber Ship to Ship Line): Luffy stretches both of his arms between the ship he is on and the one he wants to go to. By jumping off the ground, he is able to pull himself and passengers to the ship that he is holding onto. This was first seen being used in Sanji's filler episode in the Post-Arabasta arc to get on and off a marine ship.
Gomu Gomu no Warp (ゴムゴムのワープ): A sort of joke move used in the Rainbow Mist. Since the phenomenon creates a black hole-like effect, Luffy attempts to "rocket" out of it only to end up exactly where he started.
Gomu Gomu no Home Run (ゴムゴムのホームラン): Used in Pirate Baseball King featurette. Luffy first hits a baseball with his fist. Next, he twists his body around with Gomu Gomu no Pinwheel. Luffy finally unwinds his body making the ball fly out of his fist and making a homerun.
Gomu Gomu no Yo-Yo (ゴムゴムのヨーヨー): With a gold ball attached to his arm, Luffy holds onto an object and uses the ball to stretch himself so far that when he snaps back he is sent flying into the sky. A variation of this is used with Gomu Gomu no Fuusen.
Gomu Gomu no Koma (ゴムゴムの独楽, Rubber Rubber Top): Luffy wraps an outstretched arm several times around a target, then pulls his arm away suddenly, causing the target to spin out of control. This was first seen being used against Foxy's Gorilla Puncher #13 in an anime filler episode.
Gomu Gomu no Jutte (ゴムゴムの十手): While wielding a jutte, Luffy uses Gomu Gomu no Gatling. Used in the fourth one-hour special, against the Buggy family and later Hachi.
Gomu Gomu no Senjukannon (ゴムゴムの千手観音): An alternate version of Gomu Gomu no Gatling with the name being a pun on Gomu Gomu no Cannon. Senjukannon is a thousand-armed goddess of mercy. Used in the fourth one-hour special.
Gomu Gomu no Gomu Douryoku (ゴムゴムのゴム動力, Rubber Rubber Rubber Powered): Luffy twists his arms around each other as if to do Gomu Gomu no Tsuchi, then grabs onto a propeller and spins his arms, increasing the power of the propeller. The move greatly exhausts him, however, probably because it requires him to submerge his arms in water, triggering his Devil Fruit weakness. This was first seen being used in the seventh movie, although the concept was seen during the anime version of the Donut Race in the Dave Back Fight arc.
Gomu Gomu no Twin Pistol: Basically Luffy's normal Pistol attack, only with both of his arms instead. This was first seen used against Kanpachino and Brindo.
Gomu Gomu no 100,000 Degree Bazooka: Basically a regular Gomu Gomu no Bazooka technique that was used by Luffy against Don Achino. The technique differs little from a regular Bazooka technique, however at the moment of impact, Luffy continued applying force to the attack despite his hands being burned by the powers of Don Achino's Devil Fruit, the Atsu Atsu no Mi. As a result, Luffy was able practically use Achino's own Devil Fruit powers against him by allowing the heat being accumulated into his arms as he maintains contact with the Don's body to build-up. Thus allowing Luffy to send Achino flying away into his house, Lovely Land.
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