Zoro usually maintains a very stern, serious, and distanced personality, but often loses his temper in a goofy and exaggerated comical style. It would seem however, that this anger is the only emotion that Zoro often feels comfortable showing. Outside of situations where he feels confident in battle, he tends to smile or laugh the least out of the Straw Hats and rarely fools around with the rest of the crew. In fact, his defeat at the hands of Dracule Mihawk and subsequent vow to Monkey D. Luffy is the only time since his friend Kuina passed that Zoro has been seen crying in the series. Even in moments that are particularly tough on the crew and would warrant sadness, Zoro chooses to maintain a quiet solemnity rather than outwardly express his emotions. He has been shown to believe to a degree that these emotions can hinder his judgement as a swordsman: when Ohm asked him if he was out for revenge upon discovering Tony Tony Chopper wounded and unconscious, he replied that he does not like to fight for reasons like that.
Koshiro is happy. 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. 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. 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.
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. Matsu's respect for Zoro was so strong that he gave him his best sword on stock, the Yubashirifree of charge, as well as the Kitetsu, saying that Zoro was one of the best swordsmen he saw in a long time.
Two years later, Matsu placed an image of Zoro on his store wall, signifying his admiration. He got along well with Viviwho nicknamed him "Mr. However, he was the least sad of his crewmates to leave her. He also seems to be in some form of alliance with Perona but it is unknown if this extends to friendship.
Kuma has honored on his promise, having sent Perona to Kuraigana Island, an island filled with dark and spooky ruins, in addition to the malicious castle. Although she has taken up residence in the castle, Perona is not happy because she has no servants or cute animals. As she laments her situation, wishing she was back on Thriller Bark, Roronoa Zoro then lands nearby her. Since Zoro is the only person there, she decides to save him. She brings him to the castle and treats his wounds, but bandages him in a ridiculous manner due to her insufficient medical skills.
Later, she helps an apparently injured Zoro read the article about Luffy going to Marineford again by holding it up for him to read. She was complaining that he was taking a long time and that her hands were getting tired.
After accepting Zoro's request for training, Mihawk tells Perona to tend to Zoro's wounds. Perona tells Mihawk not to order her around. Zoro later explains to her about Luffy's message. Two years later, Perona helps Zoro return to Sabaody Archipelago and then help him and his crew escape the Marines.
He lacks Luffy's trust in others, thus he is often overly cautious when dealing with certain people. But usually, he will resort to intimidation when it comes to most situations, causing others usually people much weaker than him to react with complete fear.
Zoro has a habit of making many more enemies wherever the crew ventures as compared to any other Straw Hat. Zoro is considered the largest threat and most dangerous member in the crew after Luffy.
Thus, the Marines consider him as a powerful villain. Zoro has a unique relationship with Tashigi of the Marines. Tashigi and Zoro met in Loguetown, where she helped him search for a new katana. Zoro defeated her once when she attacked him after finding out that he was a pirate, but refused to fight her again in later confrontations due to her uncanny resemblance to his childhood friend, Kuina.
So far, whenever he has seen her, he has run away claiming that she is the one person he cannot fight. However, after the timeskip, Zoro now seems to be completely fine around her when they clashed and Zoro did not seem uncomfortable anymore and even commented how she has no will to fight. After Luffy accidentally broke a newly finished statue of Morganthe captain immediately set after him considering that he was about to have one of his men killed for just scratching the statue, this is rather humorous as it occurs just as he was about to do the dee confronting Luffy in the courtyard of the Marine base.
Morgan was defeated by Luffy without even landing a single blow, though he was finished off by Zoro as Luffy had to deal with Helmeppo holding Coby hostage. In the anime, he was shown to challenge Zoro to a fight. Jango called both Sham and Buchi to fight. While they, at first, acted like cowards, it turned out to be a trick, as Sham took two of Zoro's swords, giving the cats the upper hand; Kuro, wondering what was keeping them, began to insult the new Black Cat Pirates.
Sham and Buchi, thinking that Kuro had grown weak, tried to attack, but Kuro quickly got behind them and threatened them with his cat claws. Kuro then gave the order to kill Zoro, Nami and Usopp in three minutes or die.
After Zoro swiftly dealt a powerful blow to the two brothers with his regained three swords, Buchi, barely having survived, was hypnotized by Jango into gaining super-human strength and recovery to duel against Zoro a second time; the swordsman quickly defeated Buchi once again.
Jewelry Bonney first encounters Zoro when he stumbles into town and casually addresses Saint Charlossprompting the latter to shoot. Being unaware of what was happening; Zoro almost killed him in retaliation. Fortunately, Bonney was able to restrain him and diffuse the situation by faking his death. While exrated at how clueless Zoro could be for not knowing who Charloss is and the repercussions of killing him would be, she became even more confused when he picked up a man who had previously been shot by Charloss and carried him to a nearby hospital.
Urouge has shown respect for Zoro for standing up and attempting to kill a Tenryuubito, while he himself preferred to "sit it off". He also pondered the strength of the Straw Hat Captain, to have such an incredible person as Zoro with such a high bounty serve under him.
While witnessing Saint Charloss abuse a citizen, Scratchmen Apoo was suddenly shocked when a newly-arrived Roronoa Zoro tried to defend the man. Fortunately for Apoo and his crew, Jewelry Bonney stopped Zoro and faked the swordsman's death in order to prevent an incident from occurring.
Though danger was averted, Apoo sensed a strong killing intent from Zoro as he witnessed the scene, labeling him a "beast". Capone Bege was first seen witnessing Roronoa Zoro walking in the path of a Tenryuubitonearly causing the call for an admiral to the archipelago, if not for the intervention of Bonney.
He also noted that even if the Straw Hat Pirates were as crazy as rumors would have it, Zoro was truly insane for drawing his blade against a Tenryuubito. Buggy was one of the first pirates Luffy and Zoro dealt with on the road together. Zoro never held any respect or signs of worth towards the pirate clown. The two have fought briefly, with Buggy being little more than a irritation for the swordsman.
After the Whitebeard WarZoro is willing to put down his pride and begged Mihawk to train him in order to become stronger for his crew. Mihawk tells Zoro to go, because he believes that such an idea is foolish and he assumes that Zoro is simply incapable of defeating the baboons. However, Zoro has already defeated the baboons, and wants Mihawk to train him so that he may one day defeat Mihawk himself.
He notices that Zoro is putting his pride aside all for the sake of his captain. Mihawk gives in and tells Perona to heal Zoro so they can begin his training, which takes place during the next two years. Zoro assisted Luffy and Vivi during their trip into Alabasta to fight Crocodile. Zoro did not meet Crocodile directly, but helped undermine his plans at every turn.
Touched, Kuma obliged and used his powers to sap the pain and damage from Luffy's unconscious body and gave it to Zoro. Kuma later remarked to himself that Dragon's son has a good crew. Zoro met Kuma once again at Sabaody Archipelago and thanked him for taking pity on him at Thriller Bark and sparing him.
Kuma saved Zoro from Admiral Kizaru, teleporting him far away. Zoro found Kuma to be a very honorable man. Zoro found Jinbe to be a trustworthy ally, and offered his aid to help free Fishman Island. Jinbe and Zoro fought well together, and was later offered to be a honorary member if he ever chose to accept. Zoro and Law both share the title of Supernova, given by the Marines to them.
They met at Sabaody Archipelago and both sides helped one another fight off the Marines attacking them. They met two years later where Law offered an alliance with them. Zoro trusted Luffy's judgement enough to go along with this, and worked closely with Law in their shared efforts.
During his journey, Zoro has also made or met many rival swordsmen such as T-Bone, Hatchanpriest OhmKakusamurai Ryuma and his strongest rival which he dreams to beat, Dracule Mihawk. Zoro tends to fight the second strongest opponents during each arc. Usually after defeating his opponent, the opponent admits defeat gracefully and Zoro and his opponent act friendly to one another Daz Bones and Kaku both smiled after losing to Zoro, Ryuma gave up his sword to Zoro, and Hatchan later becomes an ally.
Having a steel body thanks to his Devil Fruit powers, Mr. Despite this advantage, Zoro was also able to withstand Daz's attacks. As the battle continued, Mr. Much to Mr. In the apex of the battle with his opponent completely covered with blood and wounds, Mr. However at that very moment, Zoro was finally able to slash through Mr.
He is defeated by Zoro whom he chases through the Shandia ruins. Despite Ohm using Mantra to predict his attack, Zoro waits for him to attack to give away his position. He then cuts through Ohm's shape-shifting sword using the Pound Cannon attack which hits Ohm in the process, defeating him.
After killing in one blow a Sea King who assaulted their car, T-Bone started running along the tracks by himself, seeking help and chasing the train. He was then reached by the Rocket Man, and after a exchanging some words with Zoro, he battled him on the rails, attacking him.
Zoro's blow destroyed his blade and knocked him into the sea as the Rocket Man sped down the tracks. He was later seen floating in the sea and thinking about his defeat, as his men were approaching to assist him rowing on the car bifurcated by Zoro.
Throughout their heated battle, Zoro and Kaku continually hurled insults at each other, the latter underestimating him until the very end of their fight. When Zoro defeated Kaku, they shared a joke and Kaku, injured but honorable, laughed and handed Zoro his key. Before he passed out, Zoro mused an apology for the fellow swordsman.
Set aflame, Ryuma accepted defeat and decided to give Zoro his sword, heavily believing that the soul of the sword would be most satisfied to serve under the man who defeated its preceding owner. With the corpse housing it destroyed, Brook's shadow rejoined its rightful owner's feet. This made the skeleton rejoice completely. Zoro then replied that it was alright that the zombie lost as long as he was ashamed. Zoro stated he would've liked to have known Ryuma while he was still alive and accepted the samurai's sword as a gift of honorable defeat.
Zoro however praised the zombie. Even while it was dying, it still retained the honorable spirit of a swordsman. Zoro stated that he will just pretend the fight he had with the samurai's desecrated corpse never happened. At Fishman Island, Zoro also made Hyouzou his enemy. When Hyouzou goes on a rampage after consuming the Energy Steroids and tries to attack Robin, Zoro intercepts the octopus merman before he reaches her. Zoro comments that Hyouzou will be a good warm-up for the New World, but the octopus swordsman was not a match for Zoro who defeated him effortlessly.
Zoro, Luffy, Usopp, and Robin first found his legs,  his body having been divided up by Trafalgar Law. They soon met up with the other Straw Hats who had his head, and Sanji later helped retrieve his torso from the lake.
Kin'emon then demonstrated his swordsmanship on Smiley. By attacking with and cutting fire, he was able to clear the way of the slime and even cut through the subsequent explosion caused by their detonation after being ignited. Zoro developed a respect towards the samurai, as both are warriors of honor, and for his skills and way of fighting. Sign In Don't have an account?
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Zoro : Leave it Zoro He is unaware of his lack of direction. For instance, in the Enies Lobby arc, when Nami said to go up the staircase, Zoro went to the opposite side, and then said that Nami has misguided him Often when he gets lost, he mutters "the others are lost again". However, after the timeskip, Zoro is the first Straw Hat to arrive back at Sabaody Archipelago days before the others, shocking Sanjithough it was Perona who helped Zoro reach Sabaody early.
He seems to make up for this, though, by confusing a gigantic pirate galleon for a fisherman's small boat when it is pointed out to him. Even while sitting down on a moving animal, Zoro still got lost while believing everyone else got lost along the way. Another running gag of the series is Zoro's ability to effortlessly deliver perfectly timed lines in passing or even during battle that are deemed "cool" by other characters, leading him to be borderline worshiped and idolized especially by crewmates Usopp, Chopper, and Brook.
Another running gag is how Zoro keeps untying bandages when he is not fully healed, claiming that they make it hard to move, only to be scolded by Chopper, who tells him that they are there so that he does not move.
A fourth running gag are the situations Luffy puts Zoro in. While in midair or far away Luffy tends to grab Zoro with stretched arms and make him fly through the air, crashing with force that would kill any normal person. Zoro is very proud of the reputation he has built for himself both as a swordsman and as " The Pirate Hunter ", starting with his 60, bounty which has quintupled since then.
During the assault on Enies Lobbyone of the Marines referred to Zoro as "Luffy's underling" much to the delight of Sanji, who quickly became infuriated when Zoro pointed out that Sanji's lack of notoriety puts him below Zoro in status. Since then, once in a while to anger Sanji, Zoro will refer to him as " Pirate A ". More recently he has been calling Sanji " 7 ", referring to his order of arrival at Sabaody.
However, in spite of his personal pride and self-respect, Zoro has shown to be willing to lower himself to the ground in complete humility for the sake of his friends, as was seen when he begged Bartholomew Kuma to spare Luffy's life in exchange for his own Zoro's. And then again when he shamelessly bowed before Dracule Mihawkbegging the Shichibukai who is his enemy, to train him in the ways of the sword. This shows that despite Zoro not being completely humble, he is not overly arrogant.
Zoro can also be very vigorous when he is determined to achieve a goal or defeat an enemy. The risks that he will often take to pursue his dream of becoming the world's greatest swordsman often leave others wondering if he is crazy. As far as Zoro is concerned though, only he has the right to call himself "crazy". When travelling around, Zoro frequently carried around bottles of wine or rum and drink straight from the bottle. In Wano, Zoro attacked some members of the Beasts Pirates simply because he wanted to steal their gourd bottle of sake.
When Tsuru wanted to repay him for saving her, he only wanted more alcohol. Due to his love for drinking, Zoro loathes being deprived of alcohol, evident when Mihawk imposed temperance on him until he mastered coating his swords in Haki as an incentive.
Though not to the same extent as Tashigi, Zoro is extremely attached to his Meito swords primarily due to their sentimental value which were given to him from people he respected, such as Kuina's Wado Ichimonji, Ipponmatsu's Sandai Kitetsu and Yubashiri, Ryuma's Shusui and Hiyori's Enma.
He refused to sell Wado Ichimonji regardless of the price offered, due to his personal sentiment towards Kuina. Zoro often holds them close while napping and was extremely upset when Shu destroyed his Yubashiri, and thus opted to fight Shu using other swords to not risk damaging Wado Ichimonji and Sandai Kitetsu.
He continued to carry the destroyed Yubashiri out of respect until he found a replacement, then buried it with a funeral in Thriller Bark out of gratitude for its service. Zoro is particularly attached to Shusui which became his favourite sword after the timeskip and stubbornly refused to part with it. When Wicca stole Shusui, Zoro persistently chased after Wicca endlessly and also sternly rejected Kinemon's attempts to challenge him for Shusui.
Zoro ruthlessly cut down a corrupt magistrate who tried to frame him in order to claim Shusui for himself. Zoro was deeply annoyed when Hiyori also requested him to return Shusui, a national treasure, back to the Wano Country, declaring that Shusui belongs to him having earned its bequeathment from Ryuma. Zoro only relented when Hiyori promised to give him Enma, a sword of equal value, in return.
He was also intrigued when he heard that Enma and Wado Ichimonji were crafted by the same craftsman. On the other hand, Zoro had little attachments to many of his previous swords, as he admitted to Mihawk that he broke many of his own blades up to when he challenged him the first time, including the two katana that Mihawk broke.
Mihawk made it part of Zoro's training to master Haki, so to ensure Zoro would give his swords more protection and care. Zoro's attachment to swords led him to be able to determine its properties simply by sight, as he saw both Sandai Kitetsu and Nidai Kitetsu as powerful, if cursed, blades, and took particular notice to Shusui upon setting his eyes on it.
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He was rather aghast that Luffy wielded Nidai Kitetsu with callousness, such as throwing the sheathe aside while simply throwing punches while holding the sword without making use of the actual blade. Though not as much with strangers, Zoro is always ready to protect and save his comrades whenever they are in danger, even at the cost of his own life.
For example, in Skypieawhen he noticed the Going Merry being dragged away, he told everyone to leave the ship, saying he would stay back alone and protect it. Furthermore, he was willing to trade his life for Luffy 's when Kuma first attacked the Straw Hats and he knocked Sanji unconscious when the latter tried to intervene.
Another example is when Usopp was trying to escape from a Pacifista while dragging an injured Zoro; during which, despite the severity of his injuries, he told Usopp to escape and let him fight, which the latter objected against.
Zoro is usually distant with the crew, as he frequently trains in the lookout or sleeps. Only coming out to tell Luffy, Usopp and Chopper to quiet down or when the crew gathers together, the two crewmates Zoro interacts the most with is Nami and Sanji by way of arguing.
Zoro trusts Luffy implicitly and always follows his decisions whatever the consequences, acknowledging it as a captain 's decision, which a crew must carry out without question. When Zoro first joined Luffy, he made it clear that he would turn on or even kill his captain if he ever stepped between him and his dream.
He said that he cannot fulfill his dream if he does not help his captain fulfill his. Zoro seems to have the most respect for Luffy and this deep respect has been demonstrated on various occasions. For instance, he was willing to throw away his dreams and ambitions for Luffy's during the appearance of Kuma at Thriller Bark without the slightest hesitation. When he was almost on the verge of death from his wound from "Hawk-Eyes" Mihawk at the Baratiehe tearfully vowed to Luffy that he would never lose again, asking if it was alright with him as Pirate King.
He even went as far as to repeat Luffy's earlier sentiment that as Pirate King, he would be in a "real dilemma" if Zoro did not become the best swordsman. Despite his respect for Luffy, he was willing to fight his captain at Whisky Peak when Luffy gave him no choice though things were cleared up. During the Long Ring Long Land Arcafter winning the Davy Back Fight contest against the Foxy Pirates, Zoro implied that he would never have become a pirate if it were not for Luffy and commented that he would have no point of being one if he ever left the ship.
This respect is not only for Luffy as a person, but also because of his position as captain. When Luffy learned that Usopp was planning on returning to the crew during their time in Water 7 and was immediately ready to welcome him back, Zoro made it clear that a crew member who fought against their captain should not be forgiven so easily.
Zoro explained to the others that one should respect their captain unconditionally and he would quit as well if Luffy allowed someone to walk all over him like Usopp, who wanted to rejoin without even apologizing for his actions. When Luffy was distraught after having to defeat Usopp, Zoro reminded him that those hard decisions are part of being captain and that he can not lose himself.
He reminds Luffy that if he wavers, the crew has no one else they can trust. After the death of Luffy's brother, Zoro tried to get back to his captain as he was aware of the pain Luffy was going through. During Luffy's second appearance at Marineford, Zoro begged Dracule Mihawk to train him despite it not being honorable in order to become stronger for Luffy's sake. After the timeskip, Zoro and Luffy still get along though he remains annoyed with Luffy's stupidity and will not tolerate Luffy calling him out on being stupid.
However, he will without hesitation follow the latter's orders in his serious moments. After knowing Luffy for a long time, Zoro has come to accept Luffy charging stupidly into battle without a plan and is surprised when Luffy actually sticks around.
Zoro also happens to be one of the only two the other being Sanji that does not worry about Luffy when he is in battle, often telling the other crew mates to believe in their captain. During the battle against the New Fish-Man PiratesZoro was impressed that Luffy was capable of using Haoshoku Haki while jokingly stating that if Luffy was not capable of that much, he would have to step down as captain.
In the Punk Hazard Arcit was Zoro who reminded Luffy that being reckless would cost his life since the crew has made it to the New World. Upon meeting Luffy at Wano CountryZoro was overjoyed at the reunion and smiled at which Luffy gave him a big hug.
As Zoro has known Nami for the longest time being the first two crewmates of the Straw Hats, he is seen interacting with her often, though most of their conversations are disagreements. He is also one of the two, the other one being Usoppwho always reprimands Nami whenever it comes to her shady money-making schemes. The two are also the main two Straw Hats to engage in excessive heavy drinking, as shown in Whisky Peak.
Zoro also says he hates to be ordered around by Nami but eventually listens to and does her bidding, just like the times in Whisky Peak and in Punk Hazard when Nami who was in Franky's body ordered him to go after Sanji who was in Nami's body and Brook to stop the two from doing anything to her body. In matters of navigation, Zoro has complete trust in Nami that she would be able to get the Straw Hats to safety.
On the other hand, Nami trusts Zoro's fighting prowess and acknowledges his outstanding swordmanship just like the time when Nami reminded Luffy in the Whole Cake Island Arc that they were not there to wage war with Big Mom and her crew and if they were, they would have brought Zoro and the others along.
Nami also knows Zoro well, as she was the first one who pointed out that he could not go alone in Punk Hazard. Zoro is also prone to saving Nami, other times, none too gently when the situation calls for it, out of harm's way, and this rough treatment puts Zoro at further odds with Sanji. Nami also got Zoro into carrying her on piggy-back in Alabasta after their fights with Daz Bonez and Miss Doublefinger, pretending that she was injured when in actuality she could still stand, though Zoro was fully aware of Nami's state.
However, while Nami's manipulative and scheming nature always victimizes Zoro, just like it does for the rest of the crew, he still cares for her and will risk his life to protect her without hesitation as he has saved and protected Nami the most times out of anyone. Zoro often speaks of how he does not care about Nami, but his actions show the complete opposite and worries about her.
An instance would be when Nami fell ill after getting bitten in Little Garden, Zoro is seen standing beside Nami's bedside and even offers to navigate for the Straw Hats in Nami's place to help her out despite his bad sense of direction but pouts when Nami told him the ship was heading for the opposite direction instead.
Another instance would be before the Straw Hats entered the Upper-Yard in Skypiea, when he discovered that Nami was swallowed by Nola, he said to himself 'Nami, just hold on a little longer' and 'Nami, you better be alive' indicative of his desire of Nami's survival and rescuing her after he was done fighting.
After the Time skip, he still acts as Nami's bodyguard when Monet went after Nami who was going on ahead to save the children in Punk Hazard, only this time, Nami also fought back after hearing from Monet that her strategy was to take out the weaker ones first. Zoro has been good friends with Usopp since the start of their journey. In fact, Zoro was the one to tell Usopp to get on board the Merry. Zoro finds Usopp's cowardly nature disgusting and will always refuse Usopp's requests to be his bodyguard.
Zoro and Usopp occasionally make idiotic decisions during a serious situation such as when they were fighting CP9 and got handcuffed together, causing the swordsmen and sniper to run around in panic. Zoro suggested he cut off one of their arms to which Usopp strongly disagreed, which caused Zoro to come up with a plan to use Usopp as his sword. This plan failed, though they worked better together in the future.
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Zoro would not forgive Usopp's desertion from the crew and disrespect towards Luffy. He would accept Usopp back only if he bowed his head and apologized.
When Usopp finally did this, Zoro was pleased to have him back. Zoro is always shown to compete with Sanji and getting into fights with each other over petty matters, often at inopportune moments. They had some early disagreements with each other during the Arlong Park Arc on how to deal with Nami's alleged betrayal. During this disagreement, Sanji mocked Zoro's defeat at the hands of Mihawk to which Zoro threatened to slice off Sanji's head but their back-and-forth relationship officially began on Little Garden.
Sanji asked Zoro to hunt since they were short on food, and Zoro replied that he would since Sanji was incapable of doing so, thus triggering their rivalry.
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, in fact, the two warriors understand each other better than other crewmates.
Zoro was seen grinning and chuckling when Sanji finished off Kuroobi and smiled when Sanji returned to fight Jabra. Zoro also has a habit of insulting Sanji when he is flirting with Nami or Robin. Both have common insulting nicknames they call each other. Zoro usually calls Sanji "dartboard brow", "ero-cook", or "dumbass cook" while Sanji often calls Zoro "marimo" moss hea "shitty marimo", or "shitty swordsman".
This has gotten to the point where Zoro has never actually referred to Sanji by his name. 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 Fish-Man Islan Zoro invented a new insulting nickname for Sanji "Mr.
Nosebleed" which he first used when the battle against the New Fish-Man Pirates began. Zoro trusts that Sanji will protect the weaker members of the crew. Despite Sanji and Zoro's rivalry, it can be noted that they work well together as a team, as emphasized by their fight against HamburgPickles and Big Pan. Zoro was angry when he heard that Sanji had got involved with Big Mom when they already had the threat of Kaido looming over their heads, calling Sanji an "idiot" for messing around with the Yonko causing Chopper and Nami to be angry with him.
Despite saying he did not care what happened to Sanji, Luffy caught Zoro listening intently to Pekoms from outside the door showing he still cares for Sanji's safety. When Luffy pointed this out, Zoro got annoyed. Sanji was delighted when his bounty went higher than Zoro's after the events at Totto Land. Upon reuniting with each other in Rasetsu Town, Sanji and Zoro displayed their usual annoyance towards each other with Zoro ignoring Sanji's protests at the former for trying to spoil Yasuie's sacrifice by attacking Orochi in revenge.
Chopper is 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. Zoro also washed Chopper's back in the large bath in the castle. 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.
During the Davy Back Fight with the Foxy PiratesZoro told Chopper to stop crying when he was claimed by Foxy and to act like a man, which he then does, earning a great amount of respect from the swordsman. Possibly the Straw Hat he has the most in common with and also the one who annoys him the least. When Robin had just joined the Straw Hats after the Alabasta ArcZoro, Usopp, and Nami who eventually got bought with money for her cooperation were the only ones not to trust her.
Just like her, he did not initially use her name, referring to her on multiple occasions as simply "that woman".
Zoro also bluntly mentioned to Robin that he still did not trust her and believed that she was hiding her true intentions. Nonetheless, despite his personal opinion, Zoro still saw her as a member of the crew. Despite his doubts, Zoro's protective nature extended to include her, as later on, he shows willingness to protect her if she is in any danger, such jumping to her aid along with the Monster Trio when she was threatened by Aokijiimplying that despite his lack of trust towards Robin he will still save her just like the more trusting ones, Luffy and Sanji.
When Enel brutally attacked her, he gets angrier than he ever had during that point in the story and attacks the self-proclaimed god to avenge her.
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He still remained wary of trusting her during the Water 7 Arc. Upon hearing of her alleged assassination attempt on IceburgZoro appeared to be somewhat indifferent, claiming that he had no opinion on whether Robin really betrayed them. It is Zoro who reminds everyone that if they failed, they would probably never get a second chance to find Robin.
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Later on, Zoro and all the other Strawhats became fully dedicated to saving her when they learned of her intention to sacrifice herself for the crew.
After defeating marine captain T BoneZoro told him that saving Robin was more important than his justice. He was visibly glad to hear from Franky that Robin had been freed. Like the rest of the crew, Zoro would risk his life to protect her. Robin herself is willing to protect him, such as how she caught him after he was knocked into the air by Oars, trying to save him from Kizaruand stopping him from being killed by the water pressure when he tried to exit the ship on the way towards Fish-Man Island.
At one point during the party later on, she watches over the injured swordsman, commenting to him how nostalgic Binks' Sake was to her. Two years later after the timeskip, the two still get along very well and are frequently seen together.
While demanding Fukaboshi to bring the rest of the crew safely back to the palace during hostage negotiations, she is the first one Zoro mentions. He also apologizes to her when he intercepts a confrontation between her and Hyouzou and fights the fishman instead because he wanted to have a decent fight before the crew went to the New World. In Dressrosa, he comes to her aid against Pica so that she and her group could get past the mountain-sized fighter.
During the Zou ArcZoro could be seen wearing a proud smile on his face when Robin said she is not afraid of being kidnapped because she knew her friends would protect her.
Zoro like the others except Robin was hostile towards Franky from the outset due to the cyborg beating up Usopp and stealing their money but after the events of Enies Lobby and Franky building the Thousand Sunny for the crew Zoro grew to like the cyborg, though Franky's tendency to cry a lot gets on his nerves.
On one occasion at Thriller Barkwhen the two traveled to help Brook against Ryumaafter feeling angry for having been caught so easily earlier, Zoro is further enraged by Franky's suggestion of addressing him as "Bro" since he helped save him earlier.
Zoro makes it clear that he will never call him that. Zoro was also moved when Franky built the Mini Merry saying it was the kind thing to do. Franky, though super strong himself, acknowledges that Zoro is superior battle-wise and even claimed to Brook that he is the strongest swordsman. Zoro was at first disturbed and confused by Brook's skeletal appearance, but later on, they get along very well.
Brook is in awe of Zoro's sword skills, despite the fact that Brooke is 69 years older than him. After hearing about Brook's connection to Laboon and saving him from RyumaZoro began to enjoy the skeleton's company.
Brook is indebted to Zoro for defeating the undead samurai, which gave Brook back his shadow. Brook was further amazed when Zoro along with Sanji offered their own lives instead of Luffy 's to Kuma. After the time-skip, they still get along though Brook did argue with Zoro on Punk Hazard when the latter called him "grandpa". Zoro found Jinbe to be a trustworthy ally and offered his aid to help free Fish-Man Island.
Jinbe and Zoro fought well together, and Zoro had no objections to Luffy offering Jinbe a place on the crew. Koushirou is Roronoa Zoro's teacher and Kuina's father.
On the day after Zoro and Kuina made their vow, Kuina had fallen down the stairs and died. 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. Although he did not understand it at the time, Koushirou taught Zoro that there is much more to being a swordsman than the ability to cut through anything.
A sword that can simply harm anything is not a real sword, and there is no sword mightier than the one that protects what it wants to protect. Zoro later remembers Koushirou's teachings during his battle with Daz Bonezand overcomes his inability to cut steel. 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. However, Zoro refused her offer and told her to go away. Before the storyline, Zoro had traveled around with two training partners, Johnny and Yosaku.
They had a habit of calling him "Aniki" older brother ever since Zoro saved them from a particularly dangerous pirate that they were trying to defeat, making them look to Zoro as a kind of hero. 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.
Zoro met Koby while he was imprisoned in Captain Morgan's base. At first Koby was afraid of Zoro's bad reputation. However after finding out Zoro's kind personality Koby started to admire him.
Both of them were glad to see each other at Water 7. 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, Ipponmatsu grew to respect the young swordsman upon witnessing him test out the cursed sword Sandai Kitetsu by tossing it into the air and putting his hand out, risking the chance of losing his arm.
Matsu's respect for Zoro was so strong that he gave him his family heirloom, the Yubashirifree of charge, as well as the Kitetsu, saying that Zoro was one of the best swordsmen he saw in a long time. Two years later, Matsu placed an image of Zoro on his bathroom wall, signifying his admiration for Zoro.
He got along well with Viviwho nicknamed him "Mr. However, he was the least sad of his crewmates to see her leave. He also seems to be in some form of alliance with Perona but it is unknown if this extends to friendship. Kuma has honored on his promise, having sent Perona to Kuraigana Island, an island filled with dark and spooky ruins, in addition to the malicious castle. Although she has taken up residence in the castle, Perona is not happy because she has no servants or cute animals.
As she laments her situation, wishing she was back on Thriller Bark, Roronoa Zoro then lands nearby her. Since Zoro is the only person there, she decides to save him. She brings him to the castle and treats his wounds, but bandages him in a ridiculous manner due to her insufficient medical skills.
Later, she helps an apparently injured Zoro read the article about Luffy going to Marineford again by holding it up for him to read. She was complaining that he was taking a long time and that her hands were getting tired. After accepting Zoro's request for training, Mihawk tells Perona to tend to Zoro's wounds. Perona tells Mihawk not to order her around. Zoro later explains to her about Luffy's message. Two years later, Perona helps Zoro return to Sabaody Archipelago and then help him and his crew escape the Marines.
Zoro, Luffy, Usopp, and Robin first found his legs,  his body having been divided up by Trafalgar Law.
They soon met up with the other Straw Hats who had his head, and Sanji later helped retrieve his torso from the lake. Kin'emon then demonstrated his swordsmanship on Smiley. By attacking with and cutting fire, he was able to clear the way of the slime and even cut through the subsequent explosion caused by their detonation after being ignited.
Zoro developed a respect towards the samurai, as both are warriors of honor, and for his skills and way of fighting. Kin'emon later became hostile towards Zoro upon discovering that he has the legendary sword Shusui on him, accusing the latter of being the person who stole his country's prized possession despite Zoro trying to explain the entire situation.
In Dressrosa, when Zoro had Shusui stolen from him, Kin'emon made it clear that once they find the blade he intends to battle Zoro for the sword to return it back to his country. However, Kin'emon remained on friendly terms with Zoro and they did cooperate in slowing down the Birdcage to buy Luffy time to defeat Doflamingo.
When Zoro returned Shusui in exchange for Enmaper Kozuki Hiyori 's offer, Kin'emon showed concern that Zoro may not be up to the challenge of taming the sword. Because Zoro is a member of the Straw Hats, Bartolomeo greatly admires him for his strength and sees him as vice captain of the crew.
Zoro first met the rookie at Dressrosa and was put off by the latter's excitement to meet him. However, he did appreciate him relaying his message to Luffy for an autograph. They met again when Bartolomeo was flying in the air with Robin and Rebecca, while Zoro was battling Pica and the rookie requested for the autograph again.
Zoro protected the trio from the Donquixote executive's stone statue, much to Bartolomeo's amazement.
Bartolomeo was also later excited to see Zoro destroy the statue and defeat Pica, foaming at the mouth when seeing the display. Bartolomeo even gave the Straw Hats a ride to Zou, while it is shown that Zoro gave him the signature that he requested as Bartolomeo framed it.
Because Zoro risked his life to save Kozuki Hiyori and Toko from Orochi's assassin Kamazo, Zoro has earned Hiyori's respect and gratitude for his actions. He was later shocked to learn that Hiyori is Momonosuke's younger sister, but after hearing her story about what happened 20 years ago, Zoro was sympathetic with her plight and believed what she said.
He has shown to care for her well being, protecting her from Kamazo despite already in a fight with Gyukimaru and followed her out of concern when Toko ran off to save her father. Hiyori is also shown to be very comfortable around Zoro, going as far as to sleep on his chest during the cold night, and cried in his chest when Yasuie was executed as she held him back from making a scene. She did not object in him carrying her when the Orochi Oniwanbanshu were chasing them.
She did not question him on how Shusui came into his possession nor did she accuse him of its thievery, while offering Enma as replacement despite Kawamatsu's protest, exemplifying her trust in Zoro. Because Zoro saved her from Kamazo's attempts to kill her, Toko became very grateful towards him and helped Hiyori treat his wounds. She was notably upset when he did not laugh at her jokes like the other crew members did.
After she ran off to save her father from his execution, Zoro followed her out of concern. When Orochi attempted to kill Toko, Zoro did not hesitate to step in to protect her from harm and later handed her over to his crew for protection.
Before Yasuie's identity as the daimyo of Hakumai was revealed, he and Zoro became friends after he saved him from a group of thugs and he in turn paid for Zoro's sushi meal. When they were in Ebisu Town, Yasuie told him the many benefits of always smiling and not to let things get him down. He even provided his allies shelter in Ebisu Town, just because he was friends with him. After Yasuie died, Zoro attempted to stop the people of Ebisu Town from laughing at his death, only to be told by Hiyori that they were actually crying for him.
He also took it upon himself to protect his daughter from harm, and going after Orochi for revenge. After escaping, Zoro promised that he would avenge Yasuie's death. Jango called both Sham and Buchi to fight. While they, at first, acted like cowards, it turned out to be a trick, as Sham took two of Zoro's swords, giving the cats the upper hand; Kuro, wondering what was keeping them, began to insult the new Black Cat Pirates.
Sham and Buchi, thinking that Kuro had grown weak, tried to attack, but Kuro quickly got behind them and threatened them with his cat claws. Kuro then gave the order to kill Zoro, Nami and Usopp in three minutes or die. After Zoro swiftly dealt a powerful blow to the two brothers with his regained three swords, Buchi, barely having survived, was hypnotized by Jango into gaining super-human strength and recovery to duel against Zoro a second time; the swordsman quickly defeated Buchi once again.
Having a steel body thanks to his Devil Fruit powers, Mr. Despite this advantage, Zoro was also able to withstand Daz's attacks. As the battle continued, Mr. Much to Mr. In the apex of the battle with his opponent completely covered with blood and wounds, Mr. However at that very moment, Zoro was finally able to slash through Mr. At the end of the fight, Mr. He is defeated by Zoro whom he chases through the Shandia ruins. Despite Ohm using Mantra to predict his attack, Zoro waits for him to attack to give away his position.
He then cuts through Ohm's shape-shifting sword using the Pound Cannon attack which hits Ohm in the process, defeating him. Throughout their heated battle, Zoro and Kaku continually hurled insults at each other, the latter underestimating him until the very end of their fight. When Zoro defeated Kaku, they shared a joke and Kaku, injured but honorable, laughed and handed Zoro his key.
Before he passed out, Zoro mused an apology for the fellow swordsman. Set aflame, Ryuma accepted defeat and decided to give Zoro his sword, heavily believing that the soul of the sword would be most satisfied to serve under the man who defeated its preceding owner.
Zoro then replied that it was alright that the zombie lost as long as he was ashamed. Zoro stated he would have liked to have known Ryuma while he was still alive and accepted the samurai's sword as a gift of honorable defeat. Zoro however praised the zombie. Even while it was dying, it still retained the honorable spirit of a swordsman.