Nami and zoro relationship help

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Aug 9, Do you want to learn more about a current relationship? If you're What are the best Robin and Zoro moments in One Piece? 2, Views Hope I help. Analyses of the relationship between Zoro and Nami to be already suspicious of, but the fact Nami used him to get out of an oil floor doesn't really help either. He understood Usopp's reasons to help them as Sogeking and told Franky to let him . I think Robin and Chopper's relationship is fairly simple.

And I definitely like how both of them are smiling from Nami's success. The next important moment for their relationship is when Nami indeed does do something to abuse their trust they had towards her - she leaves with all their treasures and Going Merry. Zoro is clearly taken by it and he is angry for letting his guard down around her. No matter how I look at it, he was already starting to fully trust her, but this was shaken with Nami running away and stealing from them. When Zoro goes after Nami to take her back, he encounters Arlong's pirate crew.

Zoro clearly doesn't like the guy and he tells him he is here to look for a single woman, betray or not. He was there mainly because of Luffy's orders - remember, the guy was earlier angry with Nami who ran from them with all their treasures. And yet, when Zoro finally finds her, his face clearly says he is very shocked and surprised. He can't believe Nami could be a part of Arlong's crew and he also questions her about it, asking her whether what she is saying is truly her true self.

I don't know what exactly was on his mind by this moment, but the fact he asked her whether this is her true self implies he is trying to cool his head and think this situation through. He didn't immediately jump in what she said and he suspected she could be lying and not saying truth. After all, why else would he still notice a change of her expression? If he already believed every shit she just spouted, he wouldn't have a care for the face she made. If he truly didn't trust her like he claims here, why else would he jump in the pool knowing full well Nami could just leave him be?

He already found hard to believe Nami would be a part of a crew with Arlong, but her changed expression after Arlong accused her of being a witch was something that ensured him the most that she is not so cold Arlong described her to be.

By jumping in the pool Zoro was probably trying to test out Nami's trust and you know what, he was right. He knew she was trying to act though and he not only saw through it, he even pointed it at her. That must have frustrated Nami a lot, knowing someone she thought she could deceive in the end wasn't deceived by her and he even points out her flaws in there.

This is also an important moment where Zoro was able to very deeply understand Nami 1 although he didn't know her too long 2 and even though all the facts about Nami betraying them was pointing at him, he didn't believe it completely.

More than anything, Zoro never truly knew what happened exactly in her past, he was truly just observing what happened here and there and he must have realized Arlong had something to do with the death of Nami's parent too. Aside from the trust, he has also shown a lot in previous times that he cares about her and he knows she is a good and caring person after all.

The swordsman is later freed from the prison thanks to Nami and she tells him to leave the place but? Zoro didn't do so, because apparently, he has nothing to do outside of there. Only after he says that line does he also add he promised Luffy to bring her back.

Something tells me Zoro already decided to save her or at least defeat Arlong, promise or not. Zoro later decides to go and save Usopp because Arlong wasn't present in the park.

When it is revealed Nami probably killed Usopp and she even declares it, Zoro rans towards her. This is one of the most rocky moments these two have. However, what I find interesting here is that he knows Nami can put a facade in other to save herself and her friends too - and this facade is something Zoro already saw through previously. He knows Nami is pretending here again, and because he has enough of it, he charges at her in order to wipe that facade off her face.

However, he is stopped by Sanji who as Zoro said, doesn't know much in the first place. If Zoro was truly so angry at Nami for killing Usopp and he wanted to kill her, why doesn't he show to be angry anymore when Sanji asks him about what Nami previously said?

Instead, he is smirking a bit, and what he states implies he didn't truly believed what Nami said either. As if I didn't say it. Besides, he already suspects Arlong is the cause and the death of Nami's parent played a role here too.

The only thing he didn't know is the fact Nami was trying to buy back her village from Arlong - but on the other hand, knowing him, he could be smart enough to realize Arlong was doing something not so good to her village. All the time during their fight against Arlong, the crew has shown how much they care about Nami, and I find a moment where Zoro shows Nami that Arlong is going down to be extremely nice.

However, the most surprising moment was when Arlong took Zoro's bandages. It is clear from Nami's face she is very worried about Zoro's wounds and she realizes he has lied to her about it earlier in order to protect her. If Zoro told her he got his wound from a Shichibukai, I doubt Nami would be able to hit him in his wound, which however would make her more suspicious to the Arlong.

He knew that Nami has a soft spot when it comes to these - she has shown to be very worried about his wounds that weren't that serious like this one and if she knew how serious this one was, there is no way Arlong would be able to trust her. After Nami saw the excess of his wounds, she must have felt guilty for hitting him there. In the battle, Zoro is seriously injured and he is shown to be unable to fight.

However, when an officer Nezumi shows up, Zoro doesn't like the guy's actions at all. He catches him with ease and he tells him the guy isn't really nice for trying to ruin the moment where people were celebrating. No matter how I look at it, Zoro was seriously angry that someone was trying to ruin the moment where Nami was truly freed from Arlong, his severe injuries weren't that significant to him at that moment at all.

To the point they shouldn't. Nami's first victim in her money schemes is Zoro who needed to borrow some money in other to buy swords. However, he definitely lowered his guard around her as he totally didn't catch her talking about interest - while Nami is very happy he fell for it what a sly move Nami-san! Zoro is however the first and only victim who Nami happilly lended her money to without the past debts as he by that point didn't do anything he has to repay her for. A Reverse Mountain arc is a very important arc where it is clearly shown how much a navigator is needed.

Zoro pays attention to Nami as she tries to explain why is Calm Belt dangerous, but before she can get to the crucial point, the whole crew experiences it. It's not like he didn't respect her or something, he just found hard to believe a storm is safer than Calm Belt who wouldn't and it's not like he totally dissmissed what she said, as he still asks for her point.

In the first place, Zoro asked why didn't they just head south to Grand Line instead of using a mountain entrance, he couldn't know Calm Belts were dangerous before he experienced it. Later, he admits that Nami was right and they have to use the entrance although he still finds it hard to believe. Later, they succesfully enter Grand Line and also get two new passengers onboard - Ms. The crew then sails to their next destination but along the way, they have to overcome many weather changes.

All crewmembers had their hands full of work, but Zoro alone was able to sleep through all of it.

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When he wakes up, he doesn't have much time before Nami mercilessly punches him for his idiocy. Although Zoro shows he wanted to go back at her It's not like he is really afraid of her or anything, but rather, he didn't even have a chance after she beat him real good. Zoro borrowed some money from Nami.

In Whiskey Peak, it is shown Nami can make Zoro do what she wants despite the fact he is very strongly against it and he even goes to such lenghts as to argue with her about it.

Most interestingly though, it's Nami's sentence about the promise that actually makes Zoro do what she wants. Nami wasn't there when Zoro made the biggest promises in his life to Kuina and later to Luffy.

She wasn't there, and yet she knew what he deems as important, the fact promises are things he would never want to break. With that said, Zoro has to go even though he doesn't want.

Their debt is this way wiped out and it is not mentioned anymore at least in manga. When Zoro for example gets lost, he is very happy to see "Nami" because he knows she can help him.

This is already a moment that shows he trusts her completely when it comes to navigation. That is to say, Zoro seems to sometimes still let his guard down when Nami is concerned aside from danger - he admited it himself in Baratie arc and now, he didn't really consider it might be someone else than Nami too. This cold attitude towards crewmates received negative attention from the crew and will provoke certain crewmembers mainly Nami to yell at him. Kindness Edit Zoro has a very kind heart, shown as he was willing to risk his life for the sake of a little girl he did not know shortly after his introduction and when Charlos shot an innocent man, Zoro carried the victim to a hospital despite being total strangers.

When fighting weaker or innocent people, he does try to hold back when fighting and use the dull side of his swords in order not to seriously injure them though as pointed out by Namihis monstrous strength still manage to cause great damage.

Another aspect of his kindness is he strongly detests evil men with extreme cruelty towards the innocent, as shown when Charlos shot Hatchan, Zoro was silently wrathful, as he fully intended to cut down the World Noble if it weren't for Luffy.

Recklessness Edit Zoro has been absurdly reckless in the face of major battles, often at the cost of his own well-being. Many times, he has suffered injuries which would kill a normal person and muscled through them through sheer willpower, such as when he was given his gaping scar, which he allowed to be inflicted on himself deliberately, and when he absorbed all of Luffy's pain from his fight with Gekko Moriah after Bartholomew Kuma pushed it out of him and made Zoro take it upon himself in return for sparing his captain's life, which was so traumatic that his eyes temporarily became bloodshot.

Despite this, he has a habit of ignoring these dire injuries and continuing to fight, sometimes before he is fully healed. This has threatened his life by causing unhealed wounds to reopen or be strained, leaving him in crippling agony. His recklessness extends to the point of self-mutilation, willingly risking a limb by throwing the Sandai Kitetsu in the air while holding out his arm and allowing it to land and see if he could overcome its curse a successful riskand slicing up his ankles to escape a deathtrap, which not only failed, but made him lose a lot of blood and gain more scars.

Furthermore, Zoro tends to face death in a defiant manner and show no fear of dying even when he is in a gravely injured state. He also regularly resorts to drastic measures to solve simple problems, suggesting solutions that others would normally consider to be their last possible, worst-case-scenario choices.

When he and Usopp were accidentally handcuffed together, Zoro's first suggested solution was to cut off one of their hands. He had grown accustomed to playing with his kids like he was and the crew did the same.

When he reached the kids, Zoro grabbed them and rolled on his back. The babies laughs grew louder as he fake ate them. Hearing the door to the crows nest open, Zoro turned to see Robin aproaching with a smile on her face. Would you like help washing the babies?

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He handed Diachi over to her and kept Kairi in his arms. Robin waited for Zoro to get up and then both crew members exited the crows nest carefully with the babies. As they walked across the deck and towards the stairs, Zoro couldn't help but look up at the gallery and sighed. Him and the cooks relationship was. After their little 'conference' after the kids were born, things had started to look up for their relationship. However, about a month ago, Sanji began acting strange.

He would sleep with Zoro but not close, he moved his chair in the kitchen over closer to the girls side of the table not that it was noticable and he stayed out on the deck later at night. Zoro was trying to be optimistic about everything but it was starting to really bother him. He had learned that she would call him by his name to let him know that her and Nami were beginning to get worried about him. They were the only two that saw right through his facades everytime.

Zoro contemplated his response. He could say no and act as if everything was okay.

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He knew Robin wouldn't push him to tell her but if he said no, he might never get advice on the matter at hand. Sighing, Zoro said "Yeah. Something is wrong now that you mention it. In a few seconds, they had reached the stairs and began to descend them.

When it was clear that no one would be able to hear, Zoro started talking. Robin nodded her head again. She had already guessed that it was the cook. He was the only thing that has been stressing Zoro out for the past few months. And Zoro doesn't stress. It's not in his nature to. He comes to bed really late and doesn't even sleep close to me.

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He gets up earlier than usual to make the crew breakfast-" seeing Robins look of 'do you actually believe that? He moved his chair closer to your side of the table and it feels like I'm forcing him to do something he doesn't want to do.

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Does he not want to care for the babies? He's great with the kids. I'm starting to feel like I'm forcing him to be in one with me. They began to get the kids ready for their bath. When everything was set, they took to cleaning them. The entire time, both member stayed silent. Zoro concentrated on washing Kairi and Robin did the same, all the while thinking about what Zoro said, tying to find any truth to it.

As they dried the twins off, Robin spoke. I can't even remember the last time we even kissed. And I'm talking just a peck.

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