Zoro will surpass Odin!

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I’ll start with swordsmiths and the premise that they forge their valuables and also the role of the worker in forging them into a black blade aKa the pinnacle a weapon can reach. Swordsmiths would likely craft blades not only with the intent of their swords collecting achievements by satisfying their grudge to kill (the sword satisfies their grudge) but also to be tamed and forgotten in the black blade by its user. Only by then can a swordsmith be able to say that his blade has fulfilled his duty and, as a jeweler, has fulfilled his dream of forging the best/one of the best blades in history.

Many people claim that Zoro will only surpass Oden when he has mastered Enma completely. The only “advantage” Odin has over the current Zoro is “Tame” but he’s had years for it. To properly understand and tame Enma so that he does not have any defects while using it. And remember an important dialogue from the last chapter.

Zoro consciously retracted the conqueror’s will. Whereas Enma wants you to treat him in every sense of the word, that way you can really tame him. Equivalent exchange between sword and user. You let Enma feel all your power, if Enma is satisfied, it allows the user to swing as they please without holding them back like squeezing their arm or something because they felt the user wasn’t letting enough gas out of the tank. Odin never had to back down from the conqueror’s will, and even when he joined Whitebeard and later Roger, he wasn’t their servant but was little more than a muscular addition to the crew. He was doing what he wanted to do. He didn’t put Whitebeard or Roger on his ambitions.

second of all. Odin never mastered it.

Enma was not formed into a black blade during Oden’s time with her, and he remembered having had Enma for years. He had tamed the sword just so he could use it without holding back but he didn’t master it as he forged it into a black blade. Odin had more time than Zoro to get to know Enma so he obviously tamed her. Zoro owned this sword for only 2 weeks + and got better and better at taming Enma for the short amount of time he got with him.

Taming Zoro and possibly mastering Enma later will be all about understanding that he doesn’t have to hold back for Luffy. He could do his best and that would help Luffy’s dream even more. Enma as a sword has its own malice, its own will that someone must fulfill. Oden wasn’t the one, and he couldn’t make it happen even after experiencing so much in his life.

Will Zoro be the one? Will I finally fulfill Enma’s will and malice and turn it into a black blade? We’ll have to wait and try it out with our own eyes.

*by Hot principle -7349


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