Zoro VS King One Piece Manga 1033: Zoro’s Past and True Strength!
Originally posted on November 29, 2021 @ 10:10 AM
Zoro VS King One Piece Manga 1033 now focuses on the Zoro vs. King battle and also uncovers Zoro’s past. How is this fight going?
Zoro’s fight against King continues in One Piece 1033. The latest chapter of One Piece this time also reveals a lot about Zoro’s past and hints at King’s true race from Sanji and Queen’s conversation—which keeps the secret of how to defeat King. Here are some important points in One Piece 1033!
1. Zoro Still Overwhelmed Against King
Zoro still hasn’t found a way to fight King. He stabbed King, but King—thanks to his race ability—made a massive explosion that endangered Zoro’s life. Zoro then uses Wado Ichimonji’s sword to launch his strongest attack: Shishi Sonson (Lion’s Song), but does no damage to King!
King who counterattacked threw Zoro and almost made him separate from his swords. Zoro was desperately trying to take his swords back.
2. Queen Gives Hints of King’s Past
Returning to the place where Sanji confronted Queen, Queen said that King was a Lunarian race. A race that lives in the Red Line and is considered a god race due to its body’s natural ability to survive in all kinds of situations makes it a very formidable opponent for Zoro.
The Lunarian race has not been fully explained yet, but considering that they were once considered “gods”—the same status as World Nobles—there was a possibility that they were an important race in the Void Century that existed until the formation of the World Government and World Nobles. They were slaughtered until the World Nobles took over. This possibility was quite high considering they were in the Red Line, a place now ruled by the World Government and World Nobles.
3. Enma and Wado Ichimonji Forged by the Same Person
Zoro recalled Tenguyama Hitetsu’s words about Wado Ichimonji and Enma. Hitetsu said that both swords were made by the same person, Shimotsuki Kozaburo. Shimotsuki Kozaburo himself turns out to be Kuina’s grandfather—which means Kuina is descended from the same Shimotsuki as Zoro, and both come from the Wano samurai family!
4. The Secret of Sandai Kitetsu’s Cursed Sword
From Zoro’s past, Kozaburo explains that every katana created exists to cut and kill as many people as possible. Kozaburo said that each katana had a will of their own, and it was the swordsman’s job to tame the sword they wielded. This has led to the superstition that deadly swords are cursed—like Sandai Kitetsu.
Kozaburo also said that he had created his masterpiece back when he was at Wano—and that his masterpiece was “Enma.”
5. Enma Tests Zoro’s Strength
All named katana swords would wait for a worthy swordsman to wield them. Each of those swordsmen would choose a worthy swordsman to be their master. From his past, Zoro also concluded that Enma didn’t do what he wanted to hurt Zoro. The sword wants to test whether Zoro deserves to use it or not.
Remembering that Oden had used Enma at will, then remembered his promise to Luffy and Kuina to become the number one swordsman in the world, Zoro let go of all his doubts and put all his ability to tame Enma and defeat King.
Zoro unknowingly took out haoshoku haki and knocked down Kaido’s men. After being asked by King if it was haoshoku haki, Zoro finally realized and admitted that he also had haoshoku haki. The battle between Zoro and King continues to the next chapter!
Zoro VS King One Piece Manga 1033
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