Powers & Abilities Black blades are more then haki?

Finalbeta

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#2
I bet it probably takes some mastery and a certain level of skill as well to forge one at least.
 
#3
Most likely high skill. Mihawk said that a sword without grace is no good sword, and Zoro, who already was proficient in swordsmanship, asked Mihawk to teach him the „way of the sword“. So I guess it's a combination of Peak Haki flow + peak technique. I guess being a Conqueror helps too, as Conquerors have naturally higher potential and a stronger will, which tames the blade, though I guess Haoshoku coating is not directly involved.
 
#8
It has to do with swordsmanship, most likely, and the difference between a swordsman and somebody just using a sword to fight.

You could say that both Ryuma and Mihawk are dedicated to the path of the sword. The connection between a swordsman and his sword is most likely what brings the sword to the next level so to speak.
 
#9
Haki isn't everything, but it's an important part. We already know that swords have a will of their own, we also know that Haki is the link between sword and swordsman. I believe that through Haki, when they fully recognize their wielder, they will accept his will and become black swords
 
#11
Haki isn't everything, but it's an important part. We already know that swords have a will of their own, we also know that Haki is the link between sword and swordsman. I believe that through Haki, when they fully recognize their wielder, they will accept his will and become black swords
Yeah, I also believe something similae to that.
Haki + will of the sword + connection between swprd and master = black blade
 
#14
maybe has to do with the metal of the sword too, why would Sukiyaki only mention Enma, that he can be blacken but not the other swords.
well i think we will get the answer when Aramki weapon is revealed.
 
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