Appearance[edit | edit source]
Nisezoro bears an eerie resemblance to Zoro, although with slightly different clothing, including a yellow helmet with the picture of a panda face on it, similar to the Doskoi Panda logo, and a red tag worn around his neck. This allows him to successfully impersonate the Straw Hat Pirates's swordsman.
Personality[edit | edit source]
Nisezoro is a dirty fighter who is not above taking hostages to his advantage, unlike the real Roronoa Zoro.
Abilities and Powers[edit | edit source]
Nisezoro wields three swords, much like the real Zoro, but unlike the latter, only one is a katana, with the other two being cutlasses.
Nisezoro is actually rather competent as a swordsman, being capable of countering some of Zoro's techniques.
History[edit | edit source]
After reuniting with the real Luffy later, Yuta and his crew sail to Orange Town, where they learn about the presence of the fake Straw Hats from Boodle. Nisezoro, alongside Niseluffy and Niseusopp were stationated at a local bar, keeping an innocent young woman as their hostage and servant. Nisezoro then confronts Luffy and his allies when the latter intrude in their turf.
Once Niseluffy gets beaten by the real Luffy, Nisezoro threatens the life of their hostage to keep the Straw Hat captain at bay, giving Niseusopp an opening to trap Luffy into a Seastone cage. The real Roronoa Zoro then shows up and battles Nisezoro, who actually proves to be rather formidable at countering Zoro's Santoryu techniques. However, he eventually succumbs to the real deal.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- During the Return to Sabaody Arc, Zoro would get his own impostor in the form of Manjaro of the Fake Straw Hat Crew, around ten years after Nisezoro's debut.
References[edit | edit source]
- Nisezoro is introduced.
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