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Zoro does trust Nami's instincts. Also, while he was recovering after his encounter with Kuma, Nami stayed at his bedside alongside Chopper. Sanji Zoro and Sanji's rivalry. Zoro is always shown to compete with Sanji and getting into fights with each other over petty matters, often at inopportune moments.
This extends to Sanji's cooking, as Zoro rarely acknowledges its quality usually just calling it "okay". However, when the pair fight together against a common foe, they are nearly an unstoppable team. Despite their comical fights and rivalry, they have a brotherly trust and care between them they would never admit to.
Zoro also has a habit of insulting Sanji when he is flirting with Nami or Robin. Both have common insulting nick names they call each other. Zoro usually calls Sanji "dartboard brow", "ero-cook" or "dumbass cook"; whereas Sanji often calls Zoro "marimo" moss head"shitty marimo" or "shitty swordsman".
This has gotten to the point where Zoro has never actually referred to Sanji by his name Though on a few occasions Sanji has done so for Zoro. During the Little Garden ArcSanji and Zoro unknowingly took on a similar challenge of dinosaur meat hunting to the one the two legendary giants Dorry and Brogy started years ago the giants were competing to see who could catch the larger Sea King.
From that, and the inhuman amount of power the two possess, their rivalry is similar to legendary status.
After the timeskip Zoro still argues with Sanji and has referred to him as "Number 7" and himself as "Number 1" referring to the order in which they arrived at Sabaody Archipelago. Additionally after the nose bleeding problem Sanji went through, particularly during their adventures in Fishman IslandZoro invented a new insulting nickname for Sanji "Mr Nose Bleed" which he first used when the battle against the New Fishman Pirates began.
Despite Sanji and Zoro's rivalry, however, it can be noted that they work well together as a team, as emphasized by their fight against HamburgPickles and Big Pan. Usopp and Chopper Both Usopp and Chopper are in total awe of his strength and "tough-guy" attitude. He also appears to have a close relationship with Chopper, seeing as the youngest crewmember runs to him when he is scared or in danger, and the swordsman is the first one to jump into action whenever Chopper falls in the water.
During the Alabasta ArcZoro carried Chopper on a barrow or on his head when they were crossing the desert and rivers. But the strongest display of Zoro's care for Chopper was displayed in Skypieawhen he found him seriously injured from Ohm's Ordeal of Ironand grew angry enough to the point that he fought Ohm for revenge, a concept he normally does not support.
This is probably because Chopper seems to care a lot about Zoro as he is usually the one taking the most damage after battle so Chopper is usually the one healing him. Nico Robin Zoro protecting Robin. After the Alabasta Arcwhen Robin had joined the crew, Zoro was the only one not to trust her he was the only one she could not bribe, hold debt to, or 'charm'.
However, later on, he shows a willingness to protect her if she is in any danger, such as catching her when she was nearly killed by Enel and being the first one to jump to her aid when she was threatened by Aokiji. During his fight with Kaku, he began to develop his Asura technique when Kaku insulted Robin, which greatly angered Zoro.
After the Enies Lobby ArcZoro completely trusts Robin and they both get along well with each other. Like for the rest of the crew, Zoro would risk his life to protect her too. Amongst the crew, Zoro and Robin are the most calm and serious in any situation.
Robin is also the only person amongst the crew that never gets on Zoro's nerves nor angers him over anything due to their similar personalities. Franky and Brook Zoro also gets along with Frankythough his tendency to cry a lot gets on his nerves. Since Brook's entrance into the crew, he and Zoro have a sort of respect towards one another perhaps for both being swordsmen. Ships On the Going Merryhe was responsible for using his enormous physical strength to haul up the anchor.
Aboard the Thousand Sunnyhe spends most his time in the Crow's Nest which is also a gym and acts as a lookout. One day, a young Zoro came to his dojo for a challenge. Koshiro pitted Zoro against his daughter Kuina and stated that if Zoro loses, he would become a student of the dojo. Zoro accepted the challenge and lost and became Koshiro's student as agreed.
On the day after Zoro and Kuina made their vow, Kuina had fallen down the stairs while trying to get a sharpening block and died. After the Enies Lobby incident, Koshiro was seen again in his dojo when his students were asking him about Zoro. He wished Zoro to go on ahead and fulfill his dream.
Koshiro also stated that as long as Zoro treasures his sword, it will not matter what person he becomes.
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In the anime after Zoro had a bounty, many students of Koshiro's school wanted to be just like Zoro. Zoro also seems to like his former teacher. He states that he can not lose this sword no matter what. In addition, he remembers his words while he is fighting a tough opponent or while he is on the verge of death.
Kuina Zoro was also childhood rivals and friends with Kuina. He never managed to beat her losing straight matchesand aspired to be just as strong as she was.
After their st duel, Kuina admitted that, because she was a girl, she believed that as their bodies matured she would one day inevitably lose to Zoro in strength, even though she, like Zoro, dearly wanted to become the world's best.
Zoro was annoyed that if he one day surpassed her, she would believe that it was because of her body and not his strength. He made a promise with her that someday one of them would become the world's greatest swordsman.
She died soon after in an accident. Zoro holds his vow to Kuina dearly and, whenever he comes close to death such as during the events with Morgan and Dracule Mihawkhe recalls his memory of her to spur him on. He currently wields her sword, Wado Ichimonjiand intends to achieve their dream to fulfill his promise to her.Sanji meets Zoro's girlfriend after 2 years Reaction Mashup
Johnny and Yosaku Before the storyline, Zoro had traveled around with two training partners, Johnny and Yosaku who called him "Aniki" older brother.
He seemed to share a good relationship with them as a group of traveling bounty hunters, and they traveled with and assisted the Straw Hats from Baratie to the Konomi Islands.
When they last saw each other, Zoro parted with them on good terms. However, they acknowledge that they cannot be seen with him, as he is now a criminal.
Both of them were glad to see each other at Water 7. Ippon-Matsu Although he initially tried to rip Zoro off by trying to get him to sell his Wado Ichimonji for far less than it was worth, Ippon-Matsu grew to respect the young swordsman upon witnessing him test out the cursed sword Kitetsu III by tossing it into the air and putting his hand out, risking the chance of losing his arm. Robin walked away and sat in her deck chair, watching the man closely. How could he have improved so much in such a short time?
The others were going about their duties, cleaning, cooking, keeping on course, and most importantly, staying out of Zoro's way. Luffy had issued orders, unusual in itself, that no one interrupt him. The crew was worried, but obeyed. No one wanted to be responsible for being the difference between life and death for the swordsman. As soon as dinner was finished, he suddenly changed his practice completely.
Instead of gymnastic feats that awed the entire crew, he was now setting up various junk around the ship.
Mushrooms, corks, folded paper. Sanji almost snapped at him for taking food without asking, but his curiosity kept his mouth shut as he watched Zoro set the vegetable upside down on the ship railing. As the pirates watched, he drew his sword, closed his eyes, and began to move. Each cut came down with precision, chopping a mushroom without scratching the wood beneath, skewering the cork out of the air as it danged from a thread, and shearing the piece of paper in two.
These acts of near impossibility continued for the rest of the evening. A few times a day, he would slow down, allowing his muscles to cool, then sharpen and clean his blades.
Robin stayed up that night to make sure he actually did sleep. What she saw barely counted. When he had decided it was time to rest, he had carefully sheathed his swords, and then sat on her deck chair, legs crossed, back straight.
He was meditating, not sleeping.
She almost ran out and demanded he sleep, but she knew better. By dinner the second day, he could split a hair as it fell to the ground. The third day, the last before the duel, he was never still. After several hours of drills, forcing himself to even greater speeds, he asked Luffy to test him in Gear Second.
The crew was astounded to watch the swordsman weaving between the blows of their captain's Jet Gatling attack. After dinner, they are surprised to see Zoro remain seated with them. If I can't beat him, then I am not worthy. Tonight, I will sleep and meditate, and spend time with my friends, and tomorrow morning, we'll see what fate has in store for me.
That had always been his attitude. There was only so much good practice could do. At a point, it came down to life taking its own course. Zoro spent the evening in the kitchen with his friends, joking, telling stories, laughing.
He told them the story of hos he picked the cursed sword in Loguetown, and even the details of his training in their two years apart. Sanji explained the details of his first fight with Mihawk, which did not help to ease the tension at the back of their minds, but he thought everyone should know.
Nami told them about how he had started his debt to buy two swords and still had not paid it back. She made it clear that if he lost, she'd triple his debt. Usopp recounted Zoro's fight with the many-armed fishman at Arlong Park, and how incredible it had been to watch him spinning through the storm of arms and swords. Brook remembered Zoro defeating the samurai that held his shadow and claiming the sword he once carried.
Robin recalled him protecting her both in Skypiea and from Aokiji. Franky laughed about how once upon a time, it was Zoro's name that caused people to run, not Luffy's. Chopper told about the many times Zoro had given him courage and helped him grow stronger. And Luffy reminded the swordsman of the promise they had made.
He would become the Pirate King and Zoro would become the greatest swordsman in the world. They would fight side by side to the very end. Zoro stood up and stretched, then went out onto the deck, setting near Robin's chair and cleaning and sharpening his swords one last time.
You've grown on me, you know. You gave me a lot of trouble at first, but I think we work pretty well together now. Always so thirsty for blood. Well, you'll get it tomorrow, mine or his. Let's see if my luck is still stronger than your curse. He reverently lifted the third blade. We've been through a lot together. I know you miss her as much as I do.
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We might go see her tomorrow, but don't be in a hurry. He grinned and laughed, setting the three blades together carefully. I see them as much as my nakama as any of the crew.
They have been by my side through every fight, and they have personalities of their own. Do you mean to say you have never spoken to a historical relic, or one of your books? He seemed so calm. Not at all like the frantic and determined man who she had watched training the last few nights. She ignored her heart speeding up. The greatest swordsman in the world Even after two years of his training, I could not beat him once.
Not even a scratch. I know I have grown stronger since then, but I am scared, Robin. I'm afraid I won't be able to keep my promise and fight beside you all at Raftel. I believe in you, Zoro. Tomorrow is a big day. You are going to become the greatest swordsman in the world. I'll see you in the morning, Robin. And thank you for believing in me. It means a lot.
After an hour of meditation, he fell asleep. Dawn came, as it always did, with no regard for the eagerness or dread of those about to face the oncoming day. Zoro awoke as the first ray of sunlight peaked over the horizon. Chopper, Nami, Robin, Luffy, and Sanji were already awake.
The navigator had docked them near the island and was now picking oranges. Sanji was preparing breakfast, and Chopper was Chopper had his medical room prepared to sew Zoro back together. That was not comforting. When he hit the deck, Robin smiled at him from her chair, and Luffy patted his shoulder, grinning like an idiot. Zoro rolled his eyes and walked to the kitchen, closing the door behind him. Sanji was leaning against the counter with an unlit cigarette between his lips.
Sanji rarely showed concern for him, and the only talked civilly when they were on night watch together. Zoro wandered the ship, running his fingers over the walls. This was his home, and he had rarely stepped into some of the rooms. When he returned to the deck, the rest of the crew was up.
It was time for breakfast, then he would have only a couple of hours until he was to meet Hawk Eye at the center of the uninhabited island. They ate in silence, each lost in their own thoughts. As much as they expressed confidence in their first mate, they all had the nagging fear that they might lose a dear friend today. After he had eaten, Zoro went out to the deck and ran through a series of exercises to warm himself up. The sun was nearly straight above their heads.
Zoro had changed from his usual heavy green coat to a loose pair of pants and a comfortable shirt. Clothes that would not hinder his sight or movement. The comfortable weight of his three swords was at his side. The rest of the crew stood around him, giving him their encouragements. He took a deep breath and tied his black bandana over his head, keeping his hair from falling into his eyes, and absorbing some of the sun's rays.
I don't want anyone to get hurt besides me and Hawk Eye. From the ship, the Straw Hat Pirates watched as trees fell and boulders split across the island. The battle was intense and destructive, shaking the ground and causing the waves to lap higher on the edge of the ship. After nearly two hours of battle, things changed. Where they had started with powerful cuts from their swords, the two swordsmen realized all too well that neither could best the other on strength alone anymore.
The blasts were tearing great canyons in the ground, and doing nothing besides eliminating any firm footing. When the two finally clashed blade on blade, the ringing of steel echoed to the shore and beyond. They are so strong, it's terrifying! For example, when Nico Robin was violently electrocuted by EnelZoro was extremely ferocious at him, reminding the God that his target is a woman. Though he rarely shows hesitation in cutting down foes, Zoro allowed Urashima's men to capture Kikuexplaining that he does not want to cut "half naked" men.
Honor and Loyalty Edit He has a strong sense of leadership and reasoning. Zoro follows the samurai philosophy and doctrine of Bushidosuch as the code of honor and integrity where he strictly fight fair and square honestly by consistently refuses to attack an adversary whose back is turned, with the only exception being when his friends are in imminent danger of losing their lives in which Zoro would strike the attacker from behind, and Zoro himself considers a scar on the back to be a swordsman's greatest shame.
He is also very loyal as he will stand by Luffy's decisions regardless of whether he personally agrees or not, stepping in only to point out the seriousness of a situation where it has been overlooked by his crewmates most notably when they wanted to bring Usopp back into the crew after Usopp challenged Luffy to a duel over the Going Merry and lost, even willing to quit the crew himself if Luffy just brushed the incident off because it betrayed his strong values in loyalty.
Zoro values loyalty highly and will not easily forgive fellow crewmates if they break ties with the crew, first seen when Nami took the Going Merry. Zoro was furious and stated that he never trusted Nami in the first place.
When this happened again with Robin and Usopp, Zoro was wary of Robin, questioning whether should they treat Robin as friend or a foe, and after Enies LobbyZoro did not accept Usopp wanting to rejoin the crew saying he stepped on Luffy's pride.
Furthermore, he wouldn't allow the sniper back unless he got down on knees and apologized for his disrespect to Luffy. This dislike for leaving crewmembers was shown once again in Zou ; this time over Zoro's long-standing rival Sanji. Zoro was angry that Sanji had gone without an apology or a "thank you for everything", calling Sanji an "idiot" for messing around with Big Mom when they were already facing Kaido.
This cold attitude towards crewmates received negative attention from the crew and will provoke certain crewmembers mainly Nami to yell at him.