The latest One Piece SBS shocked many people. People assumed they were related due to his remarkable similarity to Shimotsuki Ushimaru, and they wondered who Zoro’s father was. If you’re thinking the same, we’ve got you covered. We will find out the name of Zoro’s father in this article, so if you are a One Piece fan, keep reading till the conclusion. Roronoa Zoro, widely known as “Pirate Hunter” Zoro, is one of the two swordsmen of the Straw Hat Pirates. He is the second member of Luffy’s crew and was the first to serve in the Romance Dawn arc, having previously worked as a bounty hunter. Zoro is one of the Straw Hats’ Three Most Fearsome Warriors, along with Luffy and Sanji, as a practitioner of the Three Swords Technique, a style of swordsmanship he devised during his training from youth in the village of Shimotsuki. To fulfill a request he made to his deceased childhood companion Kuina, his ambition is to become the best swordsman in the world.
Zoro is confident, though he often acts humorous. He has a poor sense of direction and can get lost even when going in a straight line, which he is very embarrassed about as he never recognizes everything when he gets lost, rather than blaming someone else. While the rest of the crew is at sea, Zoro usually takes naps or trains to become the best swordsman in the world. He and Sanji have a wild rivalry, frequently arguing over trivial to major issues. In the manga, Zoro never calls Sanji by name; instead, he uses words like “dumb cook”, etc.
Zoro has a stern, solemn, and aloof demeanor, but due to his short temper and impatience, he frequently reacts in a silly and over-the-top humorous manner, unlike Robin. Despite not being a samurai, he seems to have a high level of bushido and is usually mistaken for one. Unlike Luffy and the rest of the Straw Hat Pirates, Zoro has been seen assassinating his enemies in the heat of battle, but never in cold blood. Zoro has proven that he enjoys taking on tough opponents and is usually allowed to take on the second most powerful villain in each arc while Luffy takes care of the strongest. Facing a worthy opponent, Zoro maintains a maniacal grin and stern look the entire time.
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How did Zoro get the scars?
Zoro has several scars on his body, which are related to his fighting mentality. The most apparent is a large scar running down his left eye, which he received after returning from his two-year time journey. It’s unknown how he got it, but he probably can’t or won’t open his left eye because of it. He also has a scarred chest after fighting Dracule Mihawk, with a slash mark running from the top left to the bottom right of his body. He also has bruises on both ankles after attempting to cut his legs in an attempt to break out of Mr. 3’s candlelight prison in Little Garden. Zoro’s other distinguishing feature is his short green hair, which Sanji calls “marimo” due to his resemblance to one.
Who is Zoro’s father?
Shimotsuki Ushimaru was a descendant of the Shimotsuki family and the last Ringo daimyo in the Land of Wa, according to the most recent chapter. He ruled for 20 years until Kurozumi Orochi replaced him as shogun. Shimotsuki Ushimaru and Ryuma make their first appearances in One Piece Chapter 1024. Ushimaru was assumed to be Zoro’s father. According to Kawamatsu and Hyogoro, Zoro has a remarkable similarity in size and skill to the late daimyo Shimotsuki Ushimaru and the legendary Shimotsuki Ryuma. The last daimyo of Shimotsuki Ushimaru of Ringo in Waland was a descendant of the Shimotsuki dynasty. He was the one who protected Wano from the World Government by adopting a defensive stance. As it stands, if Ryuma’s ancestor Zoro is established, things could take an intriguing turn. Despite countless fan theories, it’s best to wait until an official statement is made.
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