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Roronoa Zoro VS Ain - Eng Sub [1080HD]

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This video is taken from 'One Piece Movie 12 - Z'

Information about the characters [from One Piece Wiki]:

Roronoa Zoro: Roronoa Zoro (ロロノア・ゾロ) nicknamed "Pirate Hunter" Zoro (海賊狩りのゾロ), is a fictional character in the One Piece franchise created by Eiichiro Oda.
He is one of the two swordsmen of the Straw Hat Pirates, the other being Brook. In the story, Zoro is the first to join Monkey D. Luffy's crew after he is saved from being executed at the Marine Base. As a native to the East Blue, he came from the town known as Shimotsuki where he trained in a dojo. He is an expert swordsman who uses three swords for his Santoryu (Three Swords Style), but is also capable of the Ittoryu (One Sword Style) and Nitoryu (Two Swords Style).

Ain: Ain is a slender, curvaceous young woman with reddish-brown eyes and dark blue hair framing her face, which is held back with a hairpiece in the same upside down Marine symbol that Zephyr uses. Like Zephyr, she wears a black and gold captain's coat, while underneath her clothes appear quite formal due to her high heels, black leggings, and brown top and skirt. She also wears a large white bow on the front of her collar. When she was a marine, she wore a sleeveless shirt with a tie. Her second (main) battle outfit consists of a blue hooded cape (the Neo Marine jolly roger on the back), a sleeveless white collar purple top that exposes her stomach, a short grey shorts, black high heels, and a holster on her right leg.

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