However, Zoro is now out of the action, as he is left broken from his encounter with Kaido. Furthermore, Zoro’s embarrassment hasn’t even ended there, as his rival crewmember in Sanji, a man that had surpassed him in terms of bounty numbers, is the one carrying him to safety.
Without the assistance of some sort of miracle, Zoro has been rendered useless, as his body is bound from head to toe in bandages. With Sanji carrying him to safety. However, despite the average finale to the arc for Zoro, I wouldn’t say his efforts were without some glimpses of light.
Zoro was able to give everything to the fight against Kaido and saved Luffy from a deadly final blow. Zoro was also able to obtain the sward Enma and is learning to control his Ryuo. He also aided the Scabbards in wounding Kaido and the Yonko himself acknowledged Zoro’s abilities as a swordsmen. Sadly, Zoro didn’t have the epic battle against a powerful enemy as we would have liked but he did enough to make his efforts in Wano somewhat worthwhile. As for his bounty, that should too increase due to his efforts but so will Sanji’s, which means that he will still likely remain behind him.
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