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What is your point. The sword is still white and blackif you are assuming the sword is coated the prove it. We have seen Enma coated before, just compare both images
No, the sharpness edge of Enma is white. In the panel Zoro is holding Enma after he attacks Kaido, it is black.

And you're right. We have seen Haki used on Enma before, and it looks exactly like the panel of Zoro holding Enma after attacking Kaido. It's black on the back edge, black on the sharp edge, and white straight down the middle.



Zoro used Haki...
 
No, the sharpness edge of Enma is white. In the panel Zoro is holding Enma after he attacks Kaido, it is black.

And you're right. We have seen Haki used on Enma before, and it looks exactly like the panel of Zoro holding Enma after attacking Kaido. It's black on the back edge, black on the sharp edge, and white straight down the middle.



Zoro used Haki...
This is how zoro looks after using hardening every attack

This is how he was against kaido
 
No, the sharpness edge of Enma is white. In the panel Zoro is holding Enma after he attacks Kaido, it is black.

And you're right. We have seen Haki used on Enma before, and it looks exactly like the panel of Zoro holding Enma after attacking Kaido. It's black on the back edge, black on the sharp edge, and white straight down the middle.



Zoro used Haki...
He did not use haki. You looking at it backwards.
 
No, the sharpness edge of Enma is white. In the panel Zoro is holding Enma after he attacks Kaido, it is black.

And you're right. We have seen Haki used on Enma before, and it looks exactly like the panel of Zoro holding Enma after attacking Kaido. It's black on the back edge, black on the sharp edge, and white straight down the middle.



Zoro used Haki...
You are seeing things which aren't there. They are not even remotely the same. How do you know the edge you are seeing there is not reversed?
Coating Enma leads to leaking haki. There's no haki leakage.
Also explain why Zoro will only cost Enma and not his other swords?

Either way you look at it, your point lacks standing. No different than those who claimed X is using haki and have to zoom in ×300 in order to even see anything.
 
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This is how zoro looks after using hardening every attack

This is how he was against kaido
You can make and argument for Wado, but Enma is highlighted after the attack and it is blackened. And that actually coincides with Zoro not yet able to fully control Enma, so blackening Wado and Sandai at the same time as Enma might not yet be possible for Zoro, as Enma pulls out a persons Haki on it's own.
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You are seeing things which aren't there. They are not even remotely the same. How do you know the edge you are seeing there is not reversed?
Coating Enma leads to leaking haki. There's no haki leakage.
Also explain why Zoro will only cost Enma and not his other swords?

Either way you look at it, your point lacks standing. No different than those who claimed X is using haki and have to zoom in ×300 on order to even see anything.
You're starting to sound like Sanjikun with his "Luffy didn't use Haki with Red Rock"

Both edges of Enma are clearly black after he attacks Kaido. To deny that, is to deny reality itself.... :kayneshrug:
 
Now you are reaching fanfic territory
So it doesn't make sense? Enma literally eats up a persons Haki and spits it out. Almost turned Zoro's arm into a husk. He also confirmed this chapter he still can't fully draw on Enma's max potential. I think it's pretty sound if you ask me. And it still gives you Z-boys what you want if Zoro only blackened one blade and not all three.
 
So it doesn't make sense? Enma literally eats up a persons Haki and spits it out. Almost turned Zoro's arm into a husk. He also confirmed this chapter he still can't fully draw on Enma's max potential. I think it's pretty sound if you ask me. And it still gives you Z-boys what you want if Zoro only blackened one blade and not all three.
Yes it doesn't make sense and it has no precedent. There would've been an indication or statement but non. The statement itself should be taken with a grain of salt until Viz comes out.
Even if we are to take Zoro's statement seriously, it still wouldn't imply an inability to coat the other swords. It will imply Zoro is still not used to the sword which is normal. The same happened with Sandai which he got in logue town and was still misbehaving in WP

Also which Zoro fan wants Zoro to be unable to coat his other swords when using Enma?
 
This was obvious to anyone that isn’t a fanboy. Fanboys just wanted to put him on Luffy’s level, so they intentionally conflated Ryou, which is just haki, with advanced stages of CoA. Glad Oda made it perfectly clear he doesn’t have it by having him literally question what it was and show his unfamiliarity with it.
zoro has adv haki what u smoking the barrier one but he doesnt have luffy s one with internal destruction
 
You can make and argument for Wado, but Enma is highlighted after the attack and it is blackened. And that actually coincides with Zoro not yet able to fully control Enma, so blackening Wado and Sandai at the same time as Enma might not yet be possible for Zoro, as Enma pulls out a persons Haki on it's own.
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You're starting to sound like Sanjikun with his "Luffy didn't use Haki with Red Rock"

Both edges of Enma are clearly black after he attacks Kaido. To deny that, is to deny reality itself.... :kayneshrug:
Thats a lie. None of zoros swords were haki clad.
You can clearly see.
Why would zoro just clad one sword lmfao
 


Does it make more sense to clad your swordx with Haki BEFORE the strike instead of idk, in the middle of the strike? :seriously:



Like, this is how Oda showed that Zoro is coating his sword with Haki. :seriously: And when does that happen, in the middle of the fly before his strike against Golem Pica :seriously:

even on this panel the two swords we can make out are clearly non clad in haki as you can see the full white side of them
the design is different when clad in haki

both sides are black with a white inline
 
It turned out that CP9 had Haki, but Zoro still shredded the shit out of their best flying slashes even back then. Luffy and Sanji both learned rokushiki, Zoro didn't need any. I'm not against Zoro picking something new up but I'm not at the point of thinking he needs to.
no thats what @Cinera was on about
zoro cut monets (logia) cheek with a flying haki slash
 
This was obvious to anyone that isn’t a fanboy. Fanboys just wanted to put him on Luffy’s level, so they intentionally conflated Ryou, which is just haki, with advanced stages of CoA. Glad Oda made it perfectly clear he doesn’t have it by having him literally question what it was and show his unfamiliarity with it.
Exactly this lol, he literally questioned the type of haki Hyou taught Luffy ( barrier haki ). I can't see how there is a debate in this.
 
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