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:''The subject of this article is sometimes called [[Name Variants#Roronoa Zoro|Roronoa Zolo]]''.
 
:''The subject of this article is sometimes called [[Name Variants#Roronoa Zoro|Roronoa Zolo]]''.
   
'''Roronoa Zolo''',{{qref|name=mentioned|chap=2|ep=1|page=23|Roronoa Zoro is first mentioned.}} also known as '''"Pirate Hunter" Zolo''',{{qref|name=epithet|chap=3|page=1|ep=1|Zoro is first mentioned by Koby as the Pirate Hunter.}} is the combatant of the [[Straw Hat Pirates]] and a former [[Justice#Bounty Hunters|bounty hunter]].{{qref|name=Bounty Hunter}}
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'''Roronoa Zoro''',{{qref|name=mentioned|chap=2|ep=1|page=23|Roronoa Zoro is first mentioned.}} also known as '''"Pirate Hunter" Zoro''',{{qref|name=epithet|chap=3|page=1|ep=1|Zoro is first mentioned by Koby as the Pirate Hunter.}} is a swordsman and combatant of the [[Straw Hat Pirates]] and a former [[Justice#Bounty Hunters|bounty hunter]].{{qref|name=Bounty Hunter}}
   
He was the first member to join the crew,{{qref|name=joining Luffy}} and, to date, is considered the largest threat and most dangerous member in it after [[Monkey D. Luffy|Luffy]]. His fame as a master swordsman and his great strength, along with the actions of his captain, sometimes led others to believe he was the true captain of the crew before he obtained his first bounty, while a few people believe him to be the first mate.{{qref|chap=108|ep=65|page=19|Zoro is mistaken by Mister 9 for the captain of the crew.}}{{qref|chap=371|ep=261|page=11|Zambai comments on the terrifying strength Zoro possesses despite not being the captain.}}
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He was the first member to join the crew,{{qref|name=joining Luffy}} and is considered one of the most dangerous members in it after [[Monkey D. Luffy|Luffy]]. His fame as a master swordsman and his great strength, along with the actions of his captain, sometimes led others to believe he was the true captain of the crew before he obtained his first bounty.{{qref|chap=108|ep=65|page=19|Zoro is mistaken by Mister 9 for the captain of the crew.}}{{qref|chap=371|ep=261|page=11|Zambai comments on the terrifying strength Zoro possesses despite not being the captain.}}
   
His dream is to become the greatest swordsman in the world.{{qref|chap=6|ep=3|page=6|Zoro says he's going to become the greatest swordsman in the world.}} Zolo is also regarded as one of twelve pirates who are referred to as the "[[Worst Generation]]"{{Qref|chap=664|ep=589|page=10|Brownbeard explains the Worst Generation.}}. He currently has a bounty of {{b}}320,000,000.{{qref|name=Post-Dressrosa Bounties|chap=801}}
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His dream is to become the greatest swordsman in the world.{{qref|chap=6|ep=3|page=6|Zoro says he's going to become the greatest swordsman in the world.}} Zoro is also regarded as one of twelve pirates who are referred to as the "[[Worst Generation]]".{{Qref|chap=664|ep=589|page=10|Brownbeard explains the Worst Generation.}} He currently has a bounty of {{b}}320,000,000, which is the 4th highest in the crew, after Luffy, Jinbe, and Sanji.{{qref|name=Post-Dressrosa Bounties|chap=801}}
   
 
==Appearance==
 
==Appearance==
 
{{See|Roronoa Zoro/Gallery}}
 
{{See|Roronoa Zoro/Gallery}}
   
Zolo is a muscular man of average height with lightly tanned skin. He always carries his three [[swords]] along with him, bundled up with a green [[Wikipedia:Haramaki|haramaki]] over his right hip, allowing him to easily draw them with his left hand. Of the three swords he has on his person, he has always been seen carrying the [[Wado Ichimonji]], while his other two swords have varied over time due to them being destroyed and subsequently replaced with progressively better ones. Although his right hand is usually seen resting over them, he can also use this hand to pull his swords out before sitting down. He has three identical gold earrings on his left earlobe. Zoro normally keeps a black [[Wikipedia:Kerchief|bandanna]]{{qref|name=black|''(See also [[Mythbusters/FAQ#Zoro .22art error.22 - black to green|Mythbusters]])'' Note: The reason why it is depicted with some green has nothing to do with a color change, if you will notice most of it is still black. The green in the anime is an effect used in cartoons and comics to show shading/highlighting, as the color black is incapable of doing so itself. Light shades of purple, gray or blue are sometimes used instead. White, red and yellow are often too bright to pull off the same effect. Oda does the same effect in color walks.}} tied around his left bicep and ties it around his head when he is fighting seriously against an opponent.
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Zoro is a muscular man of average height with lightly tanned skin. He always carries his three [[swords]] along with him, bundled up with a green [[Wikipedia:Haramaki|haramaki]] over his right hip, allowing him to easily draw them with his left hand. Of the three swords he has on his person, he has always been seen carrying the [[Wado Ichimonji]], while his other two swords have varied over time due to them being destroyed and subsequently replaced with progressively better ones. Although his right hand is usually seen resting over them, he can also use this hand to pull his swords out before sitting down. He has three identical gold earrings on his left earlobe. Zoro normally keeps a black [[Wikipedia:Kerchief|bandana]]{{qref|name=black|''(See also [[Mythbusters/FAQ#Zoro .22art error.22 - black to green|Mythbusters]])'' Note: The reason why it is depicted with some green has nothing to do with a color change, if you will notice most of it is still black. The green in the anime is an effect used in cartoons and comics to show shading/highlighting, as the color black is incapable of doing so itself. Light shades of purple, gray or blue are sometimes used instead. White, red and yellow are often too bright to pull off the same effect. Oda does the same effect in color walks.}} tied around his left bicep and ties it around his head when he is fighting seriously against an opponent.
   
Zoro's body is covered with scars from his many battles, most notably the massive scar stretching from his left shoulder to his right hip that he acquired during his loss against the world's greatest swordsman, [[Dracule Mihawk]], at [[Baratie]]. His other visible scars are the scars he inflicted upon his ankles in a desperate attempt to free himself from [[Galdino|Mr. 3's]] [[Doru Doru no Mi|Giant Candle Service Set]] by trying to cut his feet off at [[Little Garden]]. After the timeskip, he gained another scar over his left eye, obtained through unknown means.
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Zoro's body is covered with scars from his many battles, most notably the massive scar stretching from his left shoulder to his right hip that he acquired during his loss against the world's greatest swordsman, [[Dracule Mihawk]], at [[Baratie]]. His other visible scars are the scars he inflicted upon his ankles in a desperate attempt to free himself from [[Galdino|Mr. 3]]'s [[Doru Doru no Mi|Giant Candle Service Set]] by trying to cut his feet off at [[Little Garden]]. After the timeskip, he gained another scar over his left eye, obtained through unknown means.
   
Zoro's other remarkable feature is his cropped green hair, which [[Sanji]] often teases him about by calling him "marimo" (''moss-ball'', ''moss-head'' in the Viz Manga and FUNimation dub) due to its resemblance to one.
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Zoro's other remarkable feature is his cropped green hair, which Sanji often teases him about by calling him "marimo" (''moss-ball'', ''moss-head'' in the Viz Manga and FUNimation dub) due to its resemblance to one.
   
 
===Before the Timeskip===
 
===Before the Timeskip===
 
Similar to most of his male crewmates, Zoro has the same outfit throughout most of the series. Before the timeskip, he would consistently wear black trousers{{qref|name=black}} tucked inside black boots, a plain white shirt with three undone buttons at the collar and his green haramaki. However, only Zoro's shirt varies from time to time in the [[Story Arcs|arcs]].
 
Similar to most of his male crewmates, Zoro has the same outfit throughout most of the series. Before the timeskip, he would consistently wear black trousers{{qref|name=black}} tucked inside black boots, a plain white shirt with three undone buttons at the collar and his green haramaki. However, only Zoro's shirt varies from time to time in the [[Story Arcs|arcs]].
During the [[Arlong Park Arc]], he disembarked Sanji's fishing ship neglecting to put on a shirt. After beating up most of [[Arlong|Arlong's]] crew, he wore an opened, navy blue shirt decorated with light blue whirlpools that he stole from one of the [[Fish-Man|fish-men]]. Since Zoro received his scar from Mihawk during the [[Baratie Arc]] before the Arlong Park Arc, Zoro wore bandages that were visible underneath his shirt.
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During the [[Arlong Park Arc]], he disembarked Sanji's fishing ship neglecting to put on a shirt. After beating up most of [[Arlong]]'s crew, he wore an opened, navy blue shirt decorated with light blue whirlpools that he stole from one of the [[Fish-Man|fish-men]]. Since Zoro received his scar from Mihawk during the [[Baratie Arc]] before the Arlong Park Arc, Zoro wore bandages that were visible underneath his shirt.
   
 
During the [[Loguetown Arc]], Zoro acquires [[Sandai Kitetsu]] and [[Yubashiri]] to replace the two conventional katana which were broken by Mihawk in the [[Baratie Arc]].
 
During the [[Loguetown Arc]], Zoro acquires [[Sandai Kitetsu]] and [[Yubashiri]] to replace the two conventional katana which were broken by Mihawk in the [[Baratie Arc]].
   
During the [[Drum Island Arc]], Zoro was bundled up for the winter island, but later stripped down after a foolish choice to swim in the frigid water on the island. He remained shirtless and shoeless in the beginning of the arc after getting lost from the [[Going Merry]] and left unable to redress himself, until he stole a parka from a man in [[Wapol|Wapol's]] army, which was a hooded, forest green parka with a light green sash and white fur on the cuffs, hood, and hem, as well as a pair of boots.
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During the [[Drum Island Arc]], Zoro was bundled up for the winter island, but later stripped down after a foolish choice to swim in the frigid water on the island. He remained shirtless and shoeless in the beginning of the arc after getting lost from the [[Going Merry]] and left unable to redress himself, until he stole a parka from a man in [[Wapol]]'s army, which was a hooded, forest green parka with a light green sash and white fur on the cuffs, hood, and hem, as well as a pair of boots.
   
 
During the [[Alabasta Arc]], he wore an orange [[Wikipedia:Keffiyeh|keffiyeh]] with a gold chain on his head, a long-sleeved white coat with black lines all over it, and the bottom of his black trousers were torn above his ankles.
 
During the [[Alabasta Arc]], he wore an orange [[Wikipedia:Keffiyeh|keffiyeh]] with a gold chain on his head, a long-sleeved white coat with black lines all over it, and the bottom of his black trousers were torn above his ankles.
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During and after the two-year timeskip, Zoro gains a new scar running down over his left eye, which is now implied to be critically injured as it is always closed. His frame gets larger, showing considerable more muscle mass and his hair gets shaggier while slicked back. Zoro now wears a long, open dark-green coat closed on his waist and is held by a red sash, in which his three swords are now tucked into, and his black bandanna is tied around his left forearm. His coat exposes his bare chest, revealing his green haramaki underneath the coat. He has also grown noticeably taller, as he is similar in height to [[Nico Robin|Robin]].
 
During and after the two-year timeskip, Zoro gains a new scar running down over his left eye, which is now implied to be critically injured as it is always closed. His frame gets larger, showing considerable more muscle mass and his hair gets shaggier while slicked back. Zoro now wears a long, open dark-green coat closed on his waist and is held by a red sash, in which his three swords are now tucked into, and his black bandanna is tied around his left forearm. His coat exposes his bare chest, revealing his green haramaki underneath the coat. He has also grown noticeably taller, as he is similar in height to [[Nico Robin|Robin]].
   
During the [[Punk Hazard Arc]], he wore a white furry coat for protection against the cold weather on the frozen side of [[Punk Hazard]], which he took from [[Brownbeard|Brownbeard's]] [[Centaur Patrol Unit]].
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During the [[Punk Hazard Arc]], he wore a white furry coat for protection against the cold weather on the frozen side of [[Punk Hazard]], which he took from [[Brownbeard]]'s [[Centaur Patrol Unit]].
   
 
During the [[Dressrosa Arc]], he wore a black suit and a white dress shirt with the top button undone. He also wore black sunglasses and a fake white mustache as a disguise. His sunglasses were destroyed in his clash with [[Issho|Admiral Fujitora]]. Additionally, he discarded the mustache upon his identity being exposed. After the battle against the [[Donquixote Pirates]], Zoro took off his suit jacket, and unbuttoned his shirt leaving his chest and scar exposed.
 
During the [[Dressrosa Arc]], he wore a black suit and a white dress shirt with the top button undone. He also wore black sunglasses and a fake white mustache as a disguise. His sunglasses were destroyed in his clash with [[Issho|Admiral Fujitora]]. Additionally, he discarded the mustache upon his identity being exposed. After the battle against the [[Donquixote Pirates]], Zoro took off his suit jacket, and unbuttoned his shirt leaving his chest and scar exposed.
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During the [[Zou Arc]], Zoro wore a dark-blue t-shirt with his green coat and haramaki over a pair of long, black trousers and boots.
 
During the [[Zou Arc]], Zoro wore a dark-blue t-shirt with his green coat and haramaki over a pair of long, black trousers and boots.
   
During the [[Wano Country Arc]], Zoro wore a white yukata with black details and a green cloud pattern on its bottom. He wore a dark green jittoku with a mon of a black sun over a khaki gear, and zōri with a black strap. Zoro also styled his hair in the chonmage style.
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During the [[Wano Country Arc]], Zoro wore a white yukata with black details and a green cloud pattern on its bottom. He wore a dark green jittoku haori with a mon of a black sun over a khaki gear, and zōri with a black strap. Zoro also styled his hair in the chonmage style.
   
 
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==References==
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Template:Roronoa Zoro Infobox

The subject of this article is sometimes called Roronoa Zolo.

Roronoa Zoro,[1] also known as "Pirate Hunter" Zoro,[2] is a swordsman and combatant of the Straw Hat Pirates and a former bounty hunter.[3]

He was the first member to join the crew,[4] and is considered one of the most dangerous members in it after Luffy. His fame as a master swordsman and his great strength, along with the actions of his captain, sometimes led others to believe he was the true captain of the crew before he obtained his first bounty.[5][6]

His dream is to become the greatest swordsman in the world.[7] Zoro is also regarded as one of twelve pirates who are referred to as the "Worst Generation".[8] He currently has a bounty of Beli.png320,000,000, which is the 4th highest in the crew, after Luffy, Jinbe, and Sanji.[9]

Appearance

Further information: Roronoa Zoro/Gallery

Zoro is a muscular man of average height with lightly tanned skin. He always carries his three swords along with him, bundled up with a green haramaki over his right hip, allowing him to easily draw them with his left hand. Of the three swords he has on his person, he has always been seen carrying the Wado Ichimonji, while his other two swords have varied over time due to them being destroyed and subsequently replaced with progressively better ones. Although his right hand is usually seen resting over them, he can also use this hand to pull his swords out before sitting down. He has three identical gold earrings on his left earlobe. Zoro normally keeps a black bandana[10] tied around his left bicep and ties it around his head when he is fighting seriously against an opponent.

Zoro's body is covered with scars from his many battles, most notably the massive scar stretching from his left shoulder to his right hip that he acquired during his loss against the world's greatest swordsman, Dracule Mihawk, at Baratie. His other visible scars are the scars he inflicted upon his ankles in a desperate attempt to free himself from Mr. 3's Giant Candle Service Set by trying to cut his feet off at Little Garden. After the timeskip, he gained another scar over his left eye, obtained through unknown means.

Zoro's other remarkable feature is his cropped green hair, which Sanji often teases him about by calling him "marimo" (moss-ball, moss-head in the Viz Manga and FUNimation dub) due to its resemblance to one.

Before the Timeskip

Similar to most of his male crewmates, Zoro has the same outfit throughout most of the series. Before the timeskip, he would consistently wear black trousers[10] tucked inside black boots, a plain white shirt with three undone buttons at the collar and his green haramaki. However, only Zoro's shirt varies from time to time in the arcs. During the Arlong Park Arc, he disembarked Sanji's fishing ship neglecting to put on a shirt. After beating up most of Arlong's crew, he wore an opened, navy blue shirt decorated with light blue whirlpools that he stole from one of the fish-men. Since Zoro received his scar from Mihawk during the Baratie Arc before the Arlong Park Arc, Zoro wore bandages that were visible underneath his shirt.

During the Loguetown Arc, Zoro acquires Sandai Kitetsu and Yubashiri to replace the two conventional katana which were broken by Mihawk in the Baratie Arc.

During the Drum Island Arc, Zoro was bundled up for the winter island, but later stripped down after a foolish choice to swim in the frigid water on the island. He remained shirtless and shoeless in the beginning of the arc after getting lost from the Going Merry and left unable to redress himself, until he stole a parka from a man in Wapol's army, which was a hooded, forest green parka with a light green sash and white fur on the cuffs, hood, and hem, as well as a pair of boots.

During the Alabasta Arc, he wore an orange keffiyeh with a gold chain on his head, a long-sleeved white coat with black lines all over it, and the bottom of his black trousers were torn above his ankles.

During the Skypiea Arc, he wore his usual outfit in the beginning of the arc until he took it off after fighting a skyshark to save Tony Tony Chopper from being eaten. Afterwards, he wore a long, deep blue T-shirt and goggles strapped either on his head or around his neck, which were later broken and discarded.

During the Water 7 Arc, he wore his usual outfit until near the end, where he wore an unzipped, bright yellow jacket with a closed pocket flap on each side. He continued wearing this outfit throughout the Enies Lobby Arc.

During the Post-Enies Lobby Arc, he wore a black shirt with the Galley-La Company emblem on it in white.

At the end of the Thriller Bark Arc, he wore an opened, gray shirt. He also replaced Yubashiri, which was rusted away by Shu in the Enies Lobby Arc, with Shusui, which was entrusted to him by the zombie of Ryuma brought to life by Brook's shadow.

During the Sabaody Archipelago Arc, he wore an opened white shirt with red stripes.

During his time at Kuraigana Island, shortly after being sent there by Bartholomew Kuma, he wore an opened, dark blue shirt. Since Zoro was critically injured when he arrived at the island, Perona patched him up, so bandages were all over his body.

After the Timeskip

During and after the two-year timeskip, Zoro gains a new scar running down over his left eye, which is now implied to be critically injured as it is always closed. His frame gets larger, showing considerable more muscle mass and his hair gets shaggier while slicked back. Zoro now wears a long, open dark-green coat closed on his waist and is held by a red sash, in which his three swords are now tucked into, and his black bandanna is tied around his left forearm. His coat exposes his bare chest, revealing his green haramaki underneath the coat. He has also grown noticeably taller, as he is similar in height to Robin.

During the Punk Hazard Arc, he wore a white furry coat for protection against the cold weather on the frozen side of Punk Hazard, which he took from Brownbeard's Centaur Patrol Unit.

During the Dressrosa Arc, he wore a black suit and a white dress shirt with the top button undone. He also wore black sunglasses and a fake white mustache as a disguise. His sunglasses were destroyed in his clash with Admiral Fujitora. Additionally, he discarded the mustache upon his identity being exposed. After the battle against the Donquixote Pirates, Zoro took off his suit jacket, and unbuttoned his shirt leaving his chest and scar exposed.

During the Zou Arc, Zoro wore a dark-blue t-shirt with his green coat and haramaki over a pair of long, black trousers and boots.

During the Wano Country Arc, Zoro wore a white yukata with black details and a green cloud pattern on its bottom. He wore a dark green jittoku haori with a mon of a black sun over a khaki gear, and zōri with a black strap. Zoro also styled his hair in the chonmage style.

References

  1. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 1 Chapter 2 (p. 23) and Episode 1, Roronoa Zoro is first mentioned.
  2. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 1 Chapter 3 (p. 1) and Episode 1, Zoro is first mentioned by Koby as the Pirate Hunter.
  3. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named Bounty Hunter
  4. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named joining Luffy
  5. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 12 Chapter 108 (p. 19) and Episode 65, Zoro is mistaken by Mister 9 for the captain of the crew.
  6. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 39 Chapter 371 (p. 11) and Episode 261, Zambai comments on the terrifying strength Zoro possesses despite not being the captain.
  7. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 1 Chapter 6 (p. 6) and Episode 3, Zoro says he's going to become the greatest swordsman in the world.
  8. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 67 Chapter 664 (p. 10) and Episode 589, Brownbeard explains the Worst Generation.
  9. One Piece Manga — Vol. 80 Chapter 801.
  10. 10.0 10.1 (See also Mythbusters) Note: The reason why it is depicted with some green has nothing to do with a color change, if you will notice most of it is still black. The green in the anime is an effect used in cartoons and comics to show shading/highlighting, as the color black is incapable of doing so itself. Light shades of purple, gray or blue are sometimes used instead. White, red and yellow are often too bright to pull off the same effect. Oda does the same effect in color walks.

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