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Forth would be Franky and Robin. If there's any couple that would emerge from the strawhats, it's those two IMO. And the more I think about. Our first couple is my favorite from One Piece and the one I ship the most Nami and Luffy unlike some the other ships with Luffy have history. A quiz about the East Blue Saga in the manga/anime One Piece. He gets tied up by Nami and gets blown away by Luffy. He splits apart and gets blown away by Luffy . What relationship to Nami is Nojiko? Sister. Mother.
However, she immediately categorizes him as one because of his relationship with Luffy.
That is also why his later actions surprise her so much - despite the fact he was a pirate, he still decided to carry his captain in a cage although he was injured. Knowing a pirate hunter is now a pirate, and then witnessing his resolve to go to such lenghts to save his pirate captain - these two moments are moments where Nami's opinion of pirates were shaken once again previously it was with Luffy - when Luffy hinted her not all the pirates are the same and this time even more greatly because Zoro's actions were really extreme.
As if it wasn't enough, she has showed to worry about his injuries despite knowing each other not long. It is very strange how Nami reacted, because whenever she hears about someone dangerous, the first thing she does is being terrified by that person. And yet, she didn't react that way and not only did she worry about him, she is also close to him and they have conversations going.
Later, she even tells Luffy to leave Zoro alone because he is still injured. Nami sits next to Zoro and he doesn't mind it in the slightest. Although Zoro and Nami got along well, it can't be said that Zoro trusted her completely.
After all, the thing Zoro heard Nami say is that she is a thief, and if Luffy didn't say she is their navigator, Zoro wouldn't even remember what he heard about those Buggy pirates. Knowing she can steal treasures is something to be already suspicious of, but the fact Nami used him to get out of an oil floor doesn't really help either.
Zoro declares he will teach her a lesson or even kill her - note that he is very angry. However, when he later shows up, he shows these emotions only momentarily and eventually, he stops being angry anymore. Despite the fact he didn't trust her completely because of that, he still cares about her - it is seen in many snippets - he takes one of Usopp's shot to protect Usopp and Nami from harm, he is concerned about her as he is seen to be a bit distracted by her when she starts running from her hiding place and lastly, he immediately tells Nami to duck when an object was flying towards her.
His distrust towards her however seem to never slow him down in his reactions as he immediately reacts or warns her. What is the most interesting is the fact Nami understood Zoro very quickly despite knowing him shortly.
She realized that the moment Zoro was shot by Usopp was because he tried to protect them. Since Zoro didn't have all three swords with him, he had troubles fighting the enemies.
By this point, Nami already knows he is very strong and she believes he would be able to turn the tables in their favour if he had all three swords with him. What does she do to help him? She knows that if she won't do anything, all of them will be killed and thus, she puts her life on the line and decides to take back Zoro's swords from the enemies since Usopp is wounded too.
What's also interesting to note is the fact how both of them think similarly here - Zoro thinks and wishes he needs at least one more sword and Nami thinks and decides she has to get his swords back if the situation goes on. Although she didn't handle his swords with much care, Zoro is still very glad and thankful she was able to get them for him.
From her actions, despite his distrust, it's clear that she is a good person and Zoro knows that. He saw her putting her life on the line just for the sake of getting his swords back. And I definitely like how both of them are smiling from Nami's success.
The next important moment for their relationship is when Nami indeed does do something to abuse their trust they had towards her - she leaves with all their treasures and Going Merry. Zoro is clearly taken by it and he is angry for letting his guard down around her.
No matter how I look at it, he was already starting to fully trust her, but this was shaken with Nami running away and stealing from them. When Zoro goes after Nami to take her back, he encounters Arlong's pirate crew. Zoro clearly doesn't like the guy and he tells him he is here to look for a single woman, betray or not. He was there mainly because of Luffy's orders - remember, the guy was earlier angry with Nami who ran from them with all their treasures. And yet, when Zoro finally finds her, his face clearly says he is very shocked and surprised.
He can't believe Nami could be a part of Arlong's crew and he also questions her about it, asking her whether what she is saying is truly her true self. I don't know what exactly was on his mind by this moment, but the fact he asked her whether this is her true self implies he is trying to cool his head and think this situation through. He didn't immediately jump in what she said and he suspected she could be lying and not saying truth. After all, why else would he still notice a change of her expression?
If he already believed every shit she just spouted, he wouldn't have a care for the face she made. If he truly didn't trust her like he claims here, why else would he jump in the pool knowing full well Nami could just leave him be?
He already found hard to believe Nami would be a part of a crew with Arlong, but her changed expression after Arlong accused her of being a witch was something that ensured him the most that she is not so cold Arlong described her to be.
By jumping in the pool Zoro was probably trying to test out Nami's trust and you know what, he was right. He knew she was trying to act though and he not only saw through it, he even pointed it at her. That must have frustrated Nami a lot, knowing someone she thought she could deceive in the end wasn't deceived by her and he even points out her flaws in there.
This is also an important moment where Zoro was able to very deeply understand Nami 1 although he didn't know her too long 2 and even though all the facts about Nami betraying them was pointing at him, he didn't believe it completely. More than anything, Zoro never truly knew what happened exactly in her past, he was truly just observing what happened here and there and he must have realized Arlong had something to do with the death of Nami's parent too. Aside from the trust, he has also shown a lot in previous times that he cares about her and he knows she is a good and caring person after all.
The swordsman is later freed from the prison thanks to Nami and she tells him to leave the place but? Zoro didn't do so, because apparently, he has nothing to do outside of there.
Only after he says that line does he also add he promised Luffy to bring her back. Something tells me Zoro already decided to save her or at least defeat Arlong, promise or not. Zoro later decides to go and save Usopp because Arlong wasn't present in the park. When it is revealed Nami probably killed Usopp and she even declares it, Zoro rans towards her.
This is one of the most rocky moments these two have. However, what I find interesting here is that he knows Nami can put a facade in other to save herself and her friends too - and this facade is something Zoro already saw through previously.
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He knows Nami is pretending here again, and because he has enough of it, he charges at her in order to wipe that facade off her face. However, he is stopped by Sanji who as Zoro said, doesn't know much in the first place. If Zoro was truly so angry at Nami for killing Usopp and he wanted to kill her, why doesn't he show to be angry anymore when Sanji asks him about what Nami previously said?
Instead, he is smirking a bit, and what he states implies he didn't truly believed what Nami said either. As if I didn't say it.
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Besides, he already suspects Arlong is the cause and the death of Nami's parent played a role here too. The only thing he didn't know is the fact Nami was trying to buy back her village from Arlong - but on the other hand, knowing him, he could be smart enough to realize Arlong was doing something not so good to her village.
All the time during their fight against Arlong, the crew has shown how much they care about Nami, and I find a moment where Zoro shows Nami that Arlong is going down to be extremely nice. However, the most surprising moment was when Arlong took Zoro's bandages. It is clear from Nami's face she is very worried about Zoro's wounds and she realizes he has lied to her about it earlier in order to protect her.
If Zoro told her he got his wound from a Shichibukai, I doubt Nami would be able to hit him in his wound, which however would make her more suspicious to the Arlong. He knew that Nami has a soft spot when it comes to these - she has shown to be very worried about his wounds that weren't that serious like this one and if she knew how serious this one was, there is no way Arlong would be able to trust her. After Nami saw the excess of his wounds, she must have felt guilty for hitting him there.
In the battle, Zoro is seriously injured and he is shown to be unable to fight. However, when an officer Nezumi shows up, Zoro doesn't like the guy's actions at all. He catches him with ease and he tells him the guy isn't really nice for trying to ruin the moment where people were celebrating.
No matter how I look at it, Zoro was seriously angry that someone was trying to ruin the moment where Nami was truly freed from Arlong, his severe injuries weren't that significant to him at that moment at all. Sanji is always ready to play the role of prince charming, which we saw best in Thriller Bark, when he saved Nami from getting married to Absalom.
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Let's just say he is Nami's slave. And that's why they won't work, he needs someone who appreciates him not just use him. That doesn't mean Nami has no care for him, she obviously cares for him as a crewmate, she was even worried and mad at herself for not able to stop him from getting kidnapped.
Violet Violet and Sanji met in Dressrosa when Violet acted like she was interested in Sanji just to avoid policemen which was part of even bigger actshe then shows interest in him and Sanji well being the gentleman fell in love with this beautiful girl who reciprocated his feelings.
Later when she is revealed to be enemy, Sanji still doesn't believe as for him he sees truth in a women's tears. Violet then genuinely starts liking him, sadly they didn't get much time together after that. But I like these two because she is the first girl who showed interest in Sanji.
And this is my personal favorite ship for Sanji. I wonder if they would ever meet again though. Pudding Pudding likes Sanji, she likes him not.
What started with a hatred sugar coated with sweet act of love, later turned into Pudding falling head over heels for Sanji. Pudding never considered him a man worth marrying her but it wasn't until he sees her third eye and instead of stepping back in horror, he tells her she is beautiful, something Pudding was never told. She couldn't help but was taken aback with this unexpected compliment.
After this she keeps going to and fro between her lovey-dovey form to her crazy eccentric form. They do have their cooking interests in common but I am not much of a fan of this ship. Sanji will be heartbroken to know that even after chasing ladies all his life he still gets less ships compared to moss head.
In this case I will choose Sanji and Violet for the win. Made for each other While above mentioned ships involve different possiblites for same person, there are some shipped couples who may not shown canon in the anime, but are definitely made for each other and someday they might end up getting together.
Usopp and Kaya Usopp and Kaya are childhood friends. Ever since Kaya's parents died, Usopp took it upon himself to tell her adventurous stories to keep her entertained and always cared for her. Even when Kuro planned to kill Kaya, Usopp even though seeming as the bad guy at that time, protected Kaya. Kaya also shares the fondness for Usopp.
She was beyond happy when Usopp got his first bounty and was even inspired to work hard on her medical studies, so that she could heal Usopp's wounds when he eventually comes back to her. I mean how sweet is that. Usopp finally will have fulfilled his dream, he has become the brave warrior of Sea, almost.
When he comes back he can tell her true stories this time. Usopp's deep attachment to Merry also came partly because it was Kaya's gift to them. I would love to see them living together in the end. Sabo and Koala Sabo and Koala have been together since they were kid. They seem to be very close.
Koala often worries and cares deeply for Sabo. She became upset thinking that Sabo might leave revolutionaries when his memories came back. She was happy when Sabo finally met Luffy and comforts him over his thoughts on not being able to save Ace. But she also shows her frustration over Sabo's way of doing things without informing anyone beforehand. She still has an extremely high tolerance of alcohol during celebrations.
As shown in JayaNami appears to be terrified of bugs and spiders. She screamed and panicked when Usopp pointed out a tarantula crawling up her back and remained scared for the rest of the hunt for the South Bird as more insects emerged. While the rest of the team fought the creatures, Nami elected to just run away from them, saying she could not stand it. Nami relaxing in a deck chair. From time to time, Nami enjoys casual and leisurely activities, and the most common of these is reclining in a deck chair, often to sunbathe, read, or relax under the shade of a parasol umbrella.
During her moments of leisure in her chair, she likes being barefoot, and will often ditch her shoes to lounge more contentedly in her bare feet, to the extent that there have been times where she doesn't even have shoes with her while she relaxes in her chair. In fact, her first wanted poster picture was taken while she reclined in a deck chair at a pool party in the Post-Enies Lobby Arc.
While she is in her deck chair, she may be accompanied by Robin or presented a refreshing snack or drink by Sanji, but she doesn't take kindly to the rest of the crew's rambunctious antics on the ship, which tend to disturb her as she relaxes. She at first held a lot of tension with herself and the rest of the Straw Hat Pirates before she officially joined.
After the Arlong Park ArcNami finally began to loosen up and started wearing more stylish and revealing clothing instead of the simple and modest clothes and boots that she used as a burglar. She began to favor open-toed shoes, as sandals were the norm in her homeland, the Conomi Islandsand started using sleeveless shirts, since she no longer had to hide her Arlong Pirates tattoo and now had a new one that she could display on her arm with pride.
After the timeskip, she began to wear Criminal brand clothing as well due to it being a popular and particularly stylish brand created by Pappagone of her friends. However, her clothing has sometimes gained unwanted attention, as Sanji has shown delight at seeing her in more provocative outfits, and throughout the Water 7 SagaPaulie consistently scolded Nami in a prudish manner, going as far as calling her a harlot.
Nami also liked the beautiful wedding dress that was put on her in Thriller Barkdespite being opposed to the idea of marriage, especially with her "would-be" groom Absalom. Nami has shown dismay at clothes she is particularly fond of being ruined, angrily striking Luffy when she saw her jacket torn up when she lent it to him in the Drum Island Arc. Likewise, she will even tear apart someone else's clothes if she has to, not hesitating to shred an unconscious Kalifa 's clothes after their battle to find a potential key to Robin's seastone cuffs in the Enies Lobby Arc.
In Whole Cake Island Arcwhen her clothes were burned off by JinbeNami wasted no time stripping a nearby prisoner of his clothes. Nami is also willing to politely borrow other peoples clothes, such as borrowing Sanji's jacket to wear at the end of the Little Garden Arc after Usopp's plan to save her, Vivi, and Zoro had burned her shirt, leaving her with a black bra on, until she could get a replacement shirt after returning to the Going Merry.
Nami even expressed shock at a talking, clothed crocodile, despite traveling around with Chopper and Carrot from the Mink Tribe as Luffy pointed out and said she should be used to things by now.
Nami is greedy and will do anything for money and treasureaccepting any challenge that comes along.
Her love of money stems from her childhood, where she lived a poor life and was often upset at having little wealth despite the love of her adopted mother. While she will send in Luffy and the rest of the crew to meet the demand, the one thing she will not do is sell out a comrade, no matter what the sum.