One Piece: All Named Swords Of Roronoa Zoro, Ranked By Strength

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One Piece is a 1999 anime show similar to Pokemon where a group of people called “Straw Hats” led by Luffy go on quests. One of the strongest members of the Straw Hats is  Roronoa Zoro and he is known for his extensive array of swords.

Here we have made a list of his swords ranked by their strengths!

#5 Sandai Kitetsu

This sword belongs to the family of “cursed swords” which means it could bring sinister luck to the person who wields it. It is also bloodthirsty making it difficult to control. But the fact that Zoro used it without bringing about its side effects shows us how good a swordsman he is.

#4 Yubashiri

Impressed by seeing Zoro wield Sandai Kitetsu so flawlessly, Ipponmatsu decides to give him Yubashiri. It is the opposite of the Kitetsu sword in many ways but is equally sinister. But the sword couldn’t make it through the Thriller Bark arc and Zoro had to bid farewell.

#3 Wado Ichimonji

This sword once belonged to Koushiro, the dojo master of Zoro from Shimotsuki village, and was meant to be inherited by Kuina, his daughter. After her death, Roronoa Zoro asked for the sword to be able to carry the promise that he made to Kuina and become the best swordsman in the entire world. This emotional connection between the sword and it’s master makes this extra special.

#2 Enma

Kozuki Hiyori gifted this sword to Zoro after he returned the sword of Ryuma to Wano Country. This is one of the deadliest swords ever to be forged and can drain Ryou from one’s body making its lashes deeper and stronger. This makes it hard to wield as well.

#1 Shusui

This is the most durable sword ever made and was previously owned by “Sword God” Shimotsuki Ryuma. It’s the most powerful sword too.

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