Circular logic, you greatest ally. I'm right because I say I'm right. Delicious.
I think he should but i'm not sure.
[QUOTE=cross777;604601]OMG so look when it is all said and done i will just say i told you so because you are so stuck on not loosing that you not see the true validity of my point. i think you are greatly underestimating oda.(not sure if you ment this or not but im making the point any way.) if any one thinks that he can not top haki. thinking that haki is the only option for zoro then that like saying that oda is not good enough to do it.
(and attacking my grammar again shows that your running out of valid counter points.)[/QUOTE]
Lmao. I'm sure Steve is starting to lose his hair right now.
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you know what lets just drop it because both of us are doing the same thing and neither of us are willing to give up so B4 we both get interacted lets call a spade a spade and just see what happens ok. i dont want to fight about this any more because its just not worth it ok.
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There's a saying in the OP forums which goes like this..."If a new unidentified character is wearing a hat, he must be Sabo!"...Yeah, take that Obitio/Tobi/Madara theorists!
The main problem with your argument is that you simply don't take into account the true grandeur of haki. YOU are the one who is underestimating Oda, because you do not believe he can use his already existing ideas creatively by saying it's uncreative if he applies it to zoro. You are saying it impossible for haki to be the creative basis in which Zoro develops his abilities and future powers. It all depends on how the idea comes to fruition in the story. Your fear that its not going to live up to your own expectations is unfounded.