Zoro Face Mask
Roronoa Zoro, also known as the “Pirate Hunter” Zoro, was a swordsman for the Straw Hat Pirates and a former bounty hunter.
He was the first member to join the party, and is by far considered the biggest threat and the most formidable member of the team after Luffy. Due to his reputation as the master of swordsmanship and extraordinary strength, along with the actions of his captain, many people mistook him for the true captain of the crew before he reached his first bounty. while some believe he is the deputy commander.
He is one of the four strongest warriors in the party alongside Luffy, Sanju, and Jinbe, and his dream is to become the strongest swordsman in the world. Zoro is also considered to be one of the twelve pirates under the name “Worst Generation” (formerly “Eleven Supernovas”). He currently has a bonus value of 320,000,000.
Zoro Face Mask
Zoro is a muscular young man of medium height with slightly tanned skin. He always carries three swords with him, wrapped up with a green haramaki on his right hip to easily pull them out with his left hand.
Of the three swords he carries with him, he always carries the Wado Ichimonji, while the other two have over time been replaced by the better ones when they were destroyed. He has three characteristic gold earrings on his left earlobe. Zoro usually holds a black bandanna scarf tied around his left arm and will tie it around his head when he is seriously fighting an opponent.
Another prominent Zoro feature is his short green hair, which is the subject of Sanji’s frequent teasing when calling him “marimo” (moss bridge, moss head in VizManga and FUNimation dub) due to their similarity.
Before Timeskip, he always wore black trousers tucked into his black boots, a plain white shirt that unbuttoned three buttons at the collar, and his green haramaki.
During Timeskip’s two-year period and afterward, Zoro has a new scar running through his left eye, showing severe injuries as it is always closed. His body grew larger, considerably more muscular was exposed, and his hair was ruffled as he was stroked back.
Zoro often maintains a very strict, serious, and aloof personality, but often has a comical temper. He also rarely smiled or laughed loudly in the Straw Hats and rarely made fun of the rest of the crew.
Zoro is very sharp, as evidenced by his making important and reasonable decisions at decisive moments and evaluating situations from an objective point of view. With the spirit of a swordsman, he emphasizes honor and loyalty. In a fight, he always fights fairly and refuses to attack his opponents from behind, except when his teammates are in danger. His loyalty is evident when he always obeys Luffy’s decisions whether he agrees or not, and reacts harshly to his crew member’s betrayal.
Zoro is also very kind, he always helps those who are weak. When fighting against weaker or innocent people, he always fights with his swordplay so as not to hurt them.
Recklessness is one of Zoro’s personalities, often at the cost of his life. Despite this, he has a habit of ignoring his injuries and continuing to fight, sometimes with his old wound not yet healed. He also often comes up with terrible solutions to simple problems, offering solutions that others dare not do.
Though considered reckless and ruthless, Zoro generally believes in fate. He also used manipulations such as drawing hexagrams or rolling dice whenever the Straw Hats needed to choose someone to do something.
Zoro is very proud of the reputation he has built for himself as a swordsman and as a “Pirate Hunter”. He also enjoyed having a higher bonus than Sanji. Despite his high self-esteem and self-esteem, Zoro is also willing to humble himself for his friends, particularly when he begged Bartholomew Kuma to spare Luffy in exchange for his life.
Zoro now wears a waist-length dark green long coat held by a red sash, tucked in with his three swords, and a black bandanna tied around. His left arm. His jacket reveals his bare chest and his blue haramaki underneath it. He also became much taller, with the same height as Robin.
As a child, Zoro trained at a dojo in Shimotsuki village. Zoro pointed out, “Once you decide that you will become an invincible swordsman, you must give up your life.” From an early age, Zoro was strong enough to defeat most of the adults but lost to Kuina, the daughter of the dojo master.
Kuina confesses to him that she has the same dream as him but will never achieve it – as her father tells him that a girl cannot become a true swordsman, and that daughter’s fighting ability decreases as she grows up. up. Both promised one of the two to become the greatest swordsman