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We know that Kairoseki nullifies the Devil Fruit powers and sea immobilizes the Devil Fruit users. So hypothetically, what will happen if a Devil Fruit user tries to swim while he/she is in contact with Kairoseki?

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    Why the '-1'? I don't know it, and just asking if anyone out there knows. Is it that bad of a question that it gets down voted in minutes. – AbhilashK Dec 22 '13 at 4:54
  • I didn't -1, but I also don't understand your question. Why wouldn't they drown? It seems pretty obvious to me that they would unless I'm missing something. – Logan M Dec 22 '13 at 4:58
  • @LoganM Well kairoseki completely nullifies the devil fruit aspect of a user, then shouldn't the drowning curse be nullified too. Its just a thought that's why I am asking whether someone knows about it?? – AbhilashK Dec 22 '13 at 5:16
  • @AbhilashK Two negatives don't make a positive (in this case). See this question for an more indepth explaination of what Kairoseki is. Exposing a Devil Fruit user is alike exposing them to the see, putting them in the ocean has no added effect. – кяαzєя Dec 22 '13 at 6:08
  • @Krazer I gave one of those 3 answers. It is stated that they don't have same wavelengths; only similar, thus the effects would be different, kairoseki negates the power and sea immobilizes them. However nothing is mentioned about their combination. – AbhilashK Dec 22 '13 at 6:17
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They can't. The Sea Stone drains the Devil Fruit user's body of energy rendering them unable to move (as if they were paralyzed), and negates their Devil Fruit powers (but not the cursed side effects). This is the same effect as if they were exposed to the ocean. Since they can't move or breathe underwater without special assistance, they will ultimately drown.

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