The most epic Corona Zero quotes are often about persevering and never giving up. Zero has a lot of demons in his past, which is reflected in the lines that he speaks throughout the series.
The greatest swordsman in the world of One Piece may have a horrible sense of direction, but he does possess words of wisdom. Due to unconventional circumstances, Zero becomes a prisoner on a Marine Base.
The only reason why he switched careers is that his future captain gives him an ultimatum. Zero is all about surviving; he will gladly take on any profession if it doesn’t interfere with his goals.
During the incident at Whiskey Peak, the First Mate of the Straw Hats faces off against a slew of Baroque Works members. In Baroque Works the lower the number, the higher the skill land status level one has, within the company.
After his duel with the Warlord Mohawk, Zero sustains some serious injuries, which he has not recovered from. He evokes a haunting presence when he speaks, that strikes fear in our hearts.
With Buffy being knocked out from his fight with Moria, the Straw Hats rush to his defense. Kama uses his Devil Fruit power to remove the pain from Buffy’s body.
Kanji wakes up and see’s Zero covered in blood and Kama gone. Around the time when Chopper was the latest addition to the crew, he notices everyone is independent and Buffy doesn’t mandate anyone to do anything.
He later explains to Chopper that most individuals that claim to believe in teamwork, won't pull their own weight when times get dire. After a brutal defeat from Mohawk, Zero turns around to face him, proudly.
Once, Zero said those words the Warlord gains a tremendous amount of respect for the young swordsman and decides to spare his life. Zero got furious when he found out Buffy let Caesar Clown catch him off guard.
After being defeated at Body two years prior, Zero is determined not to ever let that happen again. Buffy understood why Zero is upset and promised he won't let it happen again.
After the Straw Hats find out Us opp wants to join the crew again, Zero stresses to everyone, especially to Buffy, that the sniper needs to apologize. Furthermore, he laments that he will leave the Straw Hats, if Us opp comes back, without apologizing.
If everyone just welcomes Us opp back with open arms, there is a chance he might do it again, since he has no respect for his captain. As the First Mate, Zero is right to let his captain and the other crew members be aware of this.
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He comes from a place of deep desire and passion to succeed due to the loss of his best friend, the female Swordsman. I think is that Zorro she’ll face Dracula Mohawk one day and that part will be unbelievable.
Because the debate between who is people’s favorite character Zero vs Buffy. Is even though Buffy is a main protagonist and the hero of the show, people love Zero and his discipline, dedication and work ethic, and are drawn to it regardless of who you are.
And is that has the resolve Zero carries within himself, making him so relentless & ruthless. A goal that is extremely hard to accomplish, you have to realize that it might take your whole life to achieve it.
The straight ruthless pragmatism, with relentless effort, that is what Zero is. This one’s a little funny, honestly you could use this one of the rap line, I’m not even going to lie.
Corona Zero If I can’t even protect my captain’s dream, then whatever ambition I have is nothing but talk! Time’s up, it’s my turn. If I die here, then I’m a man that could only make it this far. Being strong isn’t just about having power or move, it about one’s spirit. If I lose to someone as pitiful as you, with such a small injury… my fate is already sealed. When you decided to go to the sea, it was your own decision.
So don’t give me any lip about it! I’m going to be the world’s greatest swordsman! When you thought you couldn’t beat me, you should have run. It’s true that there are some things that I’d rather not cut… But let me ask you… Have you ever met a beast… That you were sure would never bite? Convey my will to this blade… now let’s see if I am able to cut Steel. The fact that you can fight better as a giraffe… and the fact that you can use four swords… are all completely irrelevant… when you’re FACING ME! When the world shoves you around, you just gotta stand up and shove back.
It’s not like somebody’s going to save you if you start babbling excuses. Bring on the hardship. If you do anything that would cause me to abandon my ambitions… You will end your own life on my sword! You need to accept the fact that you’re not the best and have all the will to strive to be better than anyone you face. Well, how about this.
Zero has great physical strengths and has a big dream to be the best swordsman in the world. Zorro (Spanish for “Fox”) is a fictional character created in 1919 by American pulp writer Johnston McCully, and appearing in works set in the Pueblo of Los Angeles during the era of Spanish California (1769–1821).
He is typically portrayed as a dashing masked vigilante who defends the commoners and indigenous peoples of California against corrupt and tyrannical officials and other villains. His signature all-black costume includes a cape, a hat known as sombrero Cordoba, and a mask covering the upper half of his face.
In the stories, Zorro has a high bounty on his head, but is too skilled and cunning for the bumbling authorities to catch, and he also delights in publicly humiliating them. Zorro is an acrobat and an expert in various weapons, but the one he employs most frequently is his rapier, which he often uses to carve the initial “Z” on his defeated foes, and other objects.
He is also an accomplished rider, his trusty steed being a black horse called Tornado. Zorro is the secret identity of Don Diego de la Vega (originally Don Diego Vega), a young man who is the only son of Don Alejandro de la Vega (originally Don Alejandro Vega), the richest landowner in California, while Diego's mother is dead.
In most versions, Diego learned his swordsmanship while at university in Spain, and created his masked alter ego after he was unexpectedly summoned home by his father because California had fallen into the hand of an oppressing dictator. Diego is usually shown living with his father in a huge hacienda, which contains a number of secret passages and underground tunnels, leading to a secret cave that serves as headquarters for Zorro's operations and as Tornado's hiding place.
In order to divert suspicion about his identity, Diego hides his fighting abilities while also pretending to be a coward and a fop. Zorro made his debut in the 1919 novel The Curse of Capistrano, originally meant as a stand-alone story.
However, the success of the 1920 film adaptation The Mark of Zorro starring Douglas Fairbanks convinced McCully to write more Zorro stories for about four decades: the character was featured in a total of five serialized stories and 57 short stories, the last one appearing in print posthumously in 1959, the year after his death. While the rest of McCully's Zorro stories didn't enjoy the same popularity, as most of them were never reprinted until the 21st century, the character also appears in over 40 films and in ten TV series, the most famous being the Disney-produced Zorro series of 1957–59, starring Guy Williams.
Other media featuring Zorro include stories by other authors, audio/radio dramas, comic books and strips, stage productions and video games. Being one of the earliest examples of a fictional masked avenger with a double identity, Zorro inspired the creation of several similar characters in pulp magazines and other media, and is a precursor of the superheroes of American comic books, with Batman drawing particularly close parallels to the character.
Don Diego de la Vega: Sergeant, that sun must be hotter than I think it is. Don Diego de la Vega: I'll get you some nice chilled wine and when you feel better you can tell me all about it.
Don Diego de la Vega: Well, Zorro will not give up without a fight. Don Diego de la Vega: Ah, Sergeant, I can see it now.
Demerit Lopez Garcia: I know what it will mean to *me×, don Alejandro! Demerit Lopez Garcia: Money will do you no good in prison, Señores Castillo.
It is the time of life I should get married and settle down, but no woman will take me seriously. Ah, maybe I am a little overweight, but you know what they say: a fat man always has a sense of humor.
So it was Esteban Rojas who killed the commandant, huh? Maria Crest: Yes, he said he was Zorro and that he would get poor Josefa out of prison.
All you have to do is tell Sergeant Garcia that- What is the matter, señorita? Don Cornelia Emperor: And now I propose a toast to a loyal friend who has proved himself every inch a gallant soldier.
Demerit Lopez Garcia: Si, that is true don Diego, but it is not the entire truth. Demerit Lopez Garcia: An excellent toast, seniority.