Speculations 95% Chance Zoro is the Dawn (Toki)

#1
If you haven't already, I suggest you read this thread as well
Anyways, getting right to the Essence. Zoro was called the "Dawn" in Wano. And you probably missed it, that's because it was a pun in both English and Japanese.

Here we have Yasuie referring to Zoro as Young Master “若旦那”. But guess what, it’s also a pun for “Young Dawn/Day”( 若旦) , and the pronunciation “Wakadan/Wakadanna”(若旦/若旦那) can also tongue twist as “Wake of Dawn” in the english language. What’s also interesting is that Yasu spent alot of time with Toki. It's believed he actually took care of them while Oden continued his voyage.

This breeds room as to why he would fail to mention Zoro’s resemblance/lineage, which is strange because Yasu is a Shimotsuki. And as a Daimyo of that time, he knew Ushimaru and fought with him. This arises something else, there’s a possibility he knew more of the prophecy than anyone else.

Chances are Toki already knew Oden would lose to Kaido, and so did Oden. Otherwise, they wouldn't have known Kaido would be falling 20 years later, rather than in their time.


Now, for the Meat!!!

How can/is Toki's prophecy of Dawn fulfilled by Zoro?

Remember Shimotsuki Yasuie not "acknowledging" Zoro despite his uncanny familiarity? And what about Zoro not knowing of his lineage? Either way you look, you will realize that the Moon(Zoro/Yasu) is unaware of the Dawn(Zoro)...

The Moon can also refer to the people of Wano. Ryuma is their God, and most people would know of his appearance due to the nature of the Eternal Graves. Yet, everyone in Wano is unaware of Zoro's uncanny resemblance to him.


So far there are only three plausible theories for Toki's prophecy, and each one ends with Zoro as the dawn:

1. The link at the top. You would see that theory "Luffy/Zoro the Moon and the Dawn" meets the requirements of the prophecy.

2. Either of the Shimotsuki's(Yasuie/Zoro) as fulfilling the role of the Moon. As Yasuie was the sole reason 9 shadows could be casted on that night, and Zoro casting his Asura that night as well.

3. The People/Warriors of Wano as the Moon, who helped cast the 9 shadows on the night woven of 20 years.


The important part of Toki's theory is the fulfillments of the Moon and the recognition of the Dawn. The Moon of the prophecy must have casted 9 shadows in someway, and they must be unaware of something(The Dawn).



I feel like I half-assed this


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#8
If you haven't already, I suggest you read this thread as well
Anyways, getting right to the Essence. Zoro was called the "Dawn" in Wano. And you probably missed it, that's because it was a pun in both English and Japanese.

Here we have Yasuie referring to Zoro as Young Master “若旦那”. But guess what, it’s also a pun for “Young Dawn/Day”( 若旦) , and the pronunciation “Wakadan/Wakadanna”(若旦/若旦那) can also tongue twist as “Wake of Dawn” in the english language. What’s also interesting is that Yasu spent alot of time with Toki. It's believed he actually took care of them while Oden continued his voyage.

This breeds room as to why he would fail to mention Zoro’s resemblance/lineage, which is strange because Yasu is a Shimotsuki. And as a Daimyo of that time, he knew Ushimaru and fought with him. This arises something else, there’s a possibility he knew more of the prophecy than anyone else.

Chances are Toki already knew Oden would lose to Kaido, and so did Oden. Otherwise, they wouldn't have known Kaido would be falling 20 years later, rather than in their time.


Now, for the Meat!!!

How can/is Toki's prophecy of Dawn fulfilled by Zoro?

Remember Shimotsuki Yasuie not "acknowledging" Zoro despite his uncanny familiarity? And what about Zoro not knowing of his lineage? Either way you look, you will realize that the Moon(Zoro/Yasu) is unaware of the Dawn(Zoro)...

The Moon can also refer to the people of Wano. Ryuma is their God, and most people would know of his appearance due to the nature of the Eternal Graves. Yet, everyone in Wano is unaware of Zoro's uncanny resemblance to him.


So far there are only three plausible theories for Toki's prophecy, and each one ends with Zoro as the dawn:

1. The link at the top. You would see that theory "Luffy/Zoro the Moon and the Dawn" meets the requirements of the prophecy.

2. Either of the Shimotsuki's(Yasuie/Zoro) as fulfilling the role of the Moon. As Yasuie was the sole reason 9 shadows could be casted on that night, and Zoro casting his Asura that night as well.

3. The People/Warriors of Wano as the Moon, who helped cast the 9 shadows on the night woven of 20 years.


The important part of Toki's theory is the fulfillments of the Moon and the recognition of the Dawn. The Moon of the prophecy must have casted 9 shadows in someway, and they must be unaware of something(The Dawn).



I feel like I half-assed this

:josad::josad::josad:

I'm not liking, because you didn't tag me.:kriwhat:
 
#16
Den Den translated zoro's latest vc
Zoro's VC

The master swordsman who wields Oden's beloved blade Enma to cut an oni!

Oden's beloved sword Enma was entrusted to Zoro by Hiyori. Strangely enough, its creator was a Wano swordsmith who founded Zoro's hometown, Shimotsuki Kozaburo. Regardless of whether or not Zoro was aware of this, the 'Pirate Hunter' Zoro has come to Onigashima not to hunt pirates, but to exterminate an oni, having been entrusted with this fate from long ago. As a member of the Worst Generation who shoulder the next era, he faces two of the yonko in a ferocious battle.
 
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