Registered User英雄メンバー / Eiyuu Menbaa / Hero Member
- Mar 29, 2018
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Nah, not really (in Moe's voice) Zoro is not the type of guy to lose his composure very easily, he stares at death right in the eye that's the reason why his cursed swords choosed him.
So of course he will struggle but he will come out on top in the end, by his own strenght and won't ever need "redemption" unlike other characters.
Wow, you can feel the 'triggered' in the post if your choosing to mock my voice over an opinion lol xD? Learn to respect opinions as mine was just that. Idk what Oda has in store for Zoro side, but if it means he gain a new sword, he would have to get one of his destroyed for it as been shown in many times on why he gets a new sword. Also who to say Oda won't make that play a role with the curse as the curse seem to activate when in long-term use for awhile for other wielders, so it can eventuality get to him. He definitely looking for a redemption as so far he is the only Strawhat not doing anything and instead Oda has him in an adventure around Wano while others are doing work. Meaning instead of fighting (At least for now), he be working on his character and do something to make him feel like before in pre-timeskip.
I said he be near-death, but doesn't mean he won't make comeback which seems like it going to head into. Your free to think what you like, but there is a reason Zoro is doing nothing for awhile instead being in action by Oda's writing, so he is planning him to get his redemption like many of the Strawhats. Don't feel zero-minded about the idea as it's not impossible to think of it .
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Not really, just someone much stronger than he anticipated. Just because he was trained by Mihawk doesn't mean Zoro achieve being at his lvl. He still need to get stronger on his own as I doubt Mihawk taught him ALL (Emphasizing) his ways how he got stronger. That's like saying Luffy is at Rayleigh lvl due to being trained by him, when we know he has ways to go to reach that point and surpassed him too.Zoro getting defeated to near-death state means Zoro is out of combat for a long time... It literally took several arcs for Zoro to recover from Mihawk and Thriller Bark. How do you get to the conclusion that he would be able to have a rematch after such defeat? Is there some miraculous healing treatment we are not aware of or what's the logic behind those guesses?
Near-death state injuries can only happen in the final battle of the arc when no rematch is pending and under the assumption that the next arc won't require fresh Zoro going all out.
Oda is unpredictable, so it wouldn't surprise me if there is a 'healer' who can heal him up from such a state and it's not impossible as look at Luffy vs Crocodile since Luffy was near-death state, but still came back stronger in the end. I don't get why you see it farfetched when Oda make the impossible, possible. Even him getting hurt like that, he be able to make it to the final fight back if heal up right. We seen characters heal up in a few days to fighting back in the next no problem. Just saying if you think Zoro will 'breeze' through without getting a struggle, then you don't know Oda as if Hawkins is proof enough, he will face struggles with his opponents later on.