Here is everything you need to know about 5 blades wielded by Roronoa Zoro in One Piece.
Roronoa Zoro has been a proponent of the Three-Sword Style from a young age. When he first appears in One Piece, he’s already wielding three blades. However, although Zoro still wields Wado Ichimonji, his other two original blades were shattered during his battle with Dracule Mihawk.
It’s unknown how long Zoro used these two unnamed k. But since the swordsman has a keen eye for blades, it’s safe to assume they weren’t terrible quality. Still, compared to the other swords, these dual katana are fairly inconsequential.
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Dracule Mihawk shatters Roronoa Zoro’s dual katanas. Zoro is forced to buy two new blades in Loguetown. One of these blades, Yubashiri, is gifted to him by a local sword shop owner.
Yubashiri seems to be a rather obedient sword, unlike some of the cursed blades Zoro has wielded. Unfortunately, Yubashiri is destroyed by Shu, a Captain of the Marines, during the Buster Call at Enies Lobby. Zoro pays tribute to the sword after the events of the Thriller Bark Arc.
Shusui is a famous katana once wielded by the legendary samurai Shimotsuki Ryuma. After Ryuma’s death, both the sword and Ryuma’s corpse were stolen by Gecko Moria.
Upon clashing with Roronoa Zoro, Ryuma’s reanimated corpse is impressed by his valor. Although Shusui is one of the 21 Great Grade swords, its true claim to fame is its status as a Black Blade. These mysterious swords are only wielded by the strongest swordsmen in One Piece.
Zoro finds himself one sword short in the Wano Country Arc when Gyukimaru steals Shusui from him. While the Straw Hat Pirate is trying to get his sword back, he is intercepted by a man known as Kamazo the Manslayer. Later he turns out to be the Killer of the Kid Pirates.
During his fight with Kamazo, Zoro seized one of the Kid Pirate’s scythes and used it to perform a purgatory Onigiri. However, Zoro loses too much blood during the fight and ends up passing out after his attack, ultimately returning the scythe to its rightful owner.
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Enma once belonged to the legendary Samurai Kozuki Oden. After his death, his blades were bequeathed to his children. Kozuki Hiyori received Enma, named after the Japanese god of the dead. She later passed on to Roronoa Zoro, who had just returned Shusui to Wano Country.
Enma is an extremely potent sword that very few sword masters are capable of wielding. It has a habit of drawing out all the Haki from the user’s body. Consequently, it’s incredibly powerful but sometimes hits much harder than even Zoro intends.