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For the chapter of the same name, see Chapter 1037.

Shuron Hakke is a fighting-style that is utilized by Kaidou.

Overview[]

By consuming alcohol, Kaidou can enter a drunken state where he becomes even more dangerous than when he is sober. In this state, his movements become more unpredictable, he switches rapidly between his Zoan forms, and his Haki becomes stronger.[1]

Techniques[]

The Shuron Hakke state has various modes based on his drunken mood swings.

  • Warai Jogo (輪雷上戸わらいじょうご, Warai Jōgo?, literally meaning "Cyclic Thunder Drunk"): A laughing drunk mode. When using this mode against Luffy, Kaidou attacked him in his Man-Beast form with a version of his Ragnaraku technique. In the Viz manga and Funimation adaptations, this is called Lightning Hammered.
    • Warai Jogo Ragnaraku (輪雷上戸わらいじょうご引奈落ラグならく, Warai Jōgo Ragunaraku?, literally meaning "Cyclic Thunder Drunk, Attracting Hell"): A variant of Konsanze Ragnaraku, where Kaidou additionally appears to imbue his kanabo with lightning for extra power. First seen used against Luffy, this attack seems to be more powerful than its normal counterpart, inflicting great pain to the Straw Hat with a direct hit as well as causing the roof of the Skull Dome to crack further.[2] In the VIZ manga and Funimation adaptations, this is called Lightning Hammered Ragnaraku.
  • Ochikomi Jogo (落込上戸, Ochikomi Jōgo?, literally meaning "Depressed Drunk"): A depressed drunk mode. When using this mode against Luffy, Kaidou attacked him in his Beast form with Tatsumaki Kaifu. In the Viz manga and Funimation adaptations, this is called Drowning His Sorrows.
  • Naki Jogo (泣き上戸, Naki Jōgo?, literally meaning "Crying Drunk"): A crying drunk mode. When using this mode against Luffy, Kaidou attacked him in his Man-Beast form with Raimei Hakke. In the Viz manga and Funimation adaptations, this is called Tears in His Beer.
  • Okori Jogo (怒り上戸, Okori Jōgo?, literally meaning "Angry Drunk"): An angry drunk mode. When using this mode against Luffy, Kaidou attacked him with Bolo Breath and Gundari Ryuseigun in his Man-Beast form. In the Viz manga and Funimation adaptations, this is called Drunken Rage.
  • Amae Jogo (甘え上戸, Amae Jōgo?, literally meaning "Spoiled Drunk"): A begging drunk mode. When using this mode against Luffy, Kaidou began speaking flirtatiously and begged Luffy to quit punching him while in his Man-Beast form. In the Viz manga and Funimation adaptations, this is called Drunken Beggar.
  • Nusubito Jogo (盗人上戸, Nusubito Jōgo?, literally meaning "Thieving Drunk"): When using this mode against Luffy, Kaidou used his serpentine body in full Beast Form to copy Luffy's trajectory changing punches. In the Viz manga and Funimation adaptations, this is called Drunken Thief.
  • Satsuriku Jogo (殺戮上戸, Satsuriku Jōgo?, literally meaning "Slaughtering Drunk"): When using this mode against Luffy, Kaidou takes full advantage of his Human-Beast Form's size and strength to deal heavier blows with more murderous intent. In the Viz manga and Funimation adaptations, this is called Blood Thirsty Drunk.

Trivia[]

  • The Shuron Hakke may be inspired by the Drunken Fist, a style of Kung fu famous for its unpredictability.

References[]

  1. One Piece Manga and Anime — Vol. 103 Chapter 1037 and Episode 1064.
  2. One Piece Manga — Vol. 103 Chapter 1037 (p. 5-6).

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