[Discussion] Zoro stronger than Whitebeard

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Pre-timeskip Zoro got slashed (and basically stabbed with the small sword) by Mihawk.. STILL he was strong enough to leave the fight (against the strongest swordsman) without a scratch on the back!

Whitebeard on the other hand got stabbed by someone like Squardo, the sword came out of his back so he has a scar on the back.

Just wanted to mention that.. do you think pre-timeskip Zoro would've beaten Whitebeard?
 

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Pre-timeskip Zoro got slashed (and basically stabbed with the small sword) by Mihawk.. STILL he was strong enough to leave the fight (against the strongest swordsman) without a scratch on the back!

Whitebeard on the other hand got stabbed by someone like Squardo, the sword came out of his back so he has a scar on the back.

Just wanted to mention that.. do you think pre-timeskip Zoro would've beaten Whitebeard?
Man shut the fuck up.
 

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The scars on the back the narrator was talking about are the same scars Zoro talks about when he says "it's shameful to have scars on your back as a swordsman".

Those scars have nothing to do with scars you receive in battle. They're both talking about the scars you would receive if you would turn your back on an enemy and run from the fight. Something Whitebeard has never done in his entire life.
 

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The scars on the back the narrator was talking about are the same scars Zoro talks about when he says "it's shameful to have scars on your back as a swordsman".

Those scars have nothing to do with scars you receive in battle. They're both talking about the scars you would receive if you would turn your back on an enemy and run from the fight. Something Whitebeard has never done in his entire life.
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The scars on the back the narrator was talking about are the same scars Zoro talks about when he says "it's shameful to have scars on your back as a swordsman".

Those scars have nothing to do with scars you receive in battle. They're both talking about the scars you would receive if you would turn your back on an enemy and run from the fight. Something Whitebeard has never done in his entire life.
Yeah I know the whole thread was a joke, but hey as if your enemy can see if the scar is from running away or just a fight๐Ÿค” hahaha.. Zoro still has that 'never ran away' back
 

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as if your enemy can see if the scar is from running away or just a fight
My enemy would be interested and focused only on one thing, to kill me as soon as possible. The judges come later for him.

"On the battlefield, you never think what's next" - Solid Snake

Let alone if you think my enemy has that luxury and quality of time to make such trivial judges on my scars, or even care if I received them off-guard or trying to run away from fight.
 
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