ONE PIECE is a very popular manga and anime that follows the adventures of Monkey D. Luffy and his crew in search of the world's greatest treasure, the treasure left by Roger in Laugh Tale. To achieve this goal, however, Luffy needs valuable companions, and so he begins to meet some people.

Roronoa Zoro, one of the main characters of the series, lives in the village of Shimotsuki in the East Blue. Zoro is a skilled swordsman who has always been part of Luffy's crew, having first joined the Straw Hat Pirate's group. He has a very strong and reserved personality, but is very loyal to his friends and has a great sense of honor. Zoro is known for his unique swordsmanship, which uses three swords at once.

Zoro grew up in Shimotsuki Village, where he learned the art of the sword thanks to the dojo he attended. However, until the release of ONE PIECE Volume 105 of the SBS, very little was known about the family into which he was born. In fact, among the information revealed by Eiichiro Oda is Zoro's entire family, as well as the history of Shimotsuki Village. However, when Zoro was young, his family was killed and the boy was left alone.

Since they will never be featured in the anime or manga, illustrator Norridzuan imagined the swordsman's family tree by using the Drawings of Zoro's parents and grandparents. The video starts with Shimotsuki Ryuma, the legendary samurai, whom he has already met in a zombie version in Thriller Bark, and then continues with Shimotsuki Ushimaru, already known to fans of the series.

The first to be invented is instead the grandmother Shimotsuki Furiko, with purple hair like her brother and with a blade between her teeth. Instead, Roronoa Pinzoro, the swordsman's grandfather, has green hair and looks green. It then continues with the two parents, or Roronoa Arashi and Tera, the daughter of a bandit gang. The video continues as the continues branch off from the Kozaburo side and then reach Kuina. Would you like to see these characters in ONE PIECE?

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