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To everyone’s surprise, Luffy first demonstrated the effects of this kind of Haki on Duval’s bull, Motobaro. He used it again when competing against Sandersonia and Marigold on Amazon Lily, effectively eliminating most of the spectators. Additionally, this is the first time it is given a name. Despite being severely poisoned by Magellan at the time and having little control over it, Luffy utilized it to defeat the wolves who were pursuing him and Bentham in Impel Down. The Marine admirals were suspicious of Luffy when he displayed it during the Marineford War, prompting them to give him priority for eradication.
It has been established that when two people using this Haki collide, it produces a crackling or rippling effect that is akin to the Gura Gura no Mi. An unofficial name for this is a Haoshoku Clash. People were thrown out of the coliseum arena and into the lake below as a result of the Haoshoku Haki fight between Luffy and Chinjao. Trebol and Law’s unconscious bodies were driven away from them by the shockwaves created by Luffy and Doflamingo’s Haoshoku Haki collision.
In the Wano Country arc, Zoro donned a white yukata with black accents and a green cloud design on the bottom. He was dressed in a khaki outfit and a dark green jittoku haori with a mon of a black sun and a black strapped zori. Additionally, Zoro wore his hair in a chonmage manner. Zoro was granted the legendary sword Enma in exchange for allowing Shusui to go back to Ryuma’s tomb and stay in Wano. This sword was handed to Zoro by Kozuki Hiyori, the daughter of the renowned Samurai Kozuki Oden, who had originally had it. Zoro wore his typical coat in black for the attack on Onigashima, along with a brand-new, vivid crimson sash.