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Kozuki Oden in One Piece


Kozuki Oden was a member of the Kozuki Family and the son of the former shogun Kozuki Sukiyaki. He served as the daimyo of Kuri in Wano Country. He was the father of Momonosuke and Hiyori and the husband of Kozuki Toki. He also served as the head of the Nine Red Scabbards, a famed and formidable group of samurai who were all his retainers and closest companions.


Oden spent five years at sea as a pirate, leading the Whitebeard Pirates' second division before joining the Roger Pirates. Oden traveled the world, exploring many islands and places while writing about his experiences in a travel journal. He was in awe at the sights he had never seen before. When Roger decided to disband the crew more than 20 years before the present, Oden followed him as the Pirate King departed the ship.


The rest of the crew then took Oden back to Wano Country, where he bid them farewell. After returning home, Oden intended to succeed his father as shogun to open Wano's borders to the outside world. However, he was opposed by his usurper Kurozumi Orochi and the pirate Kaidou, who put him to death 20 years earlier in the event known as the Legendary Hour.


All About Kozuki Oden


Name

Kozuki Oden

First Appearance in Anime

One Piece Episode 910 "A Legendary Samurai - The Man Who Roger Admired!"

Voice Actors

English Dub: Robbie Daymond


Japanese: Hiroya Ishimaru

Date of Birth

February 22nd

Sex

Male

Status

Dead

Affiliations

Kozuki Family

Roger Pirates (former)

Whitebeard Pirates (former)

Occupation

Samurai

Daimyo

Pirate (former)

2nd Division Commander (former)

Origin

Wano Country (Grand Line)


Oden’s Personality


Oden was a man who was incredibly brave, self-assured, careless, and self-willed. This drove him to commit outrageous and violent acts for his own gain in his youth and adolescence. He was generally renowned for engaging in many violent conflicts and caring little about the repercussions of his actions. Like his son Momonosuke, Oden was a pervert when he was young.



Oden started acting to improve the lives of the Flower Capital residents around him after being forced to work in the quarries, making him less self-centred. Despite his apparent good intentions, he often seemed to act recklessly and potentially estrange those around him. Oden had a distinctive laugh that went something like, "Wahahahaha".


Oden executed things to aid others in his own way all the time, unlike the other residents of Wano, who clung to its strict laws. He didn't care what people thought of him and never wanted to be praised when he helped someone. He was also very daring and wanted to flee Wano Country because he felt it was too crowded. In his early years, he placed more importance on this desire than being ready to succeed his father as a shogun. Oden was so determined to sail, in fact, that by the time he was barely 18, he had made 38 attempts.


Oden grew eager to learn new things that Wano was unaware of when the Whitebeard Pirates visited each new island. After he joined the crew formally, he ended up recklessly putting himself in risk. After spending time with the Roger Pirates, Oden became a more responsible and mature adult. He decided to take over as shogun and open Wano's borders to welcome Joy Boy back because he wanted to change the world.


Oden writing about his journey at the sea.


Oden would always carry the entire burden since he was worried that if his loved ones got involved, they would suffer. Kaidou referred to Oden as a foolish lord, claiming he is mighty yet soft, like Gol D. Roger and Edward Newgate. This made Kaidou think that Oden is also a very naive man because he was easily tricked by Orochi, who approached him modestly, used Crocodile tears, and manipulated Oden into giving him money.


Oden was a very rowdy man, but he was also really kind. Even though Kin'emon and Denjiro acted as his followers initially irritated him, he still cared for their welfare and took them in. The abandoned Izou and Kikunojo, the persecuted Kanjuro, and the lonely Raizo were among the others. After controlling Kuri's outlaws and criminals, Oden opted to reform them rather than put them to death.


Oden disapproved of discrimination and saw it as a sign of stupidity. He was incredibly impartial and humble and considered everyone as his equal and disliked receiving credit for the good deeds and sacrifices he made on behalf of others, even though he was the Daimyo of Kuri, the son of the Shogun, and the strongest Samurai. Oden gave his retainers and the people of Wano a lot of love.


Despite the residents' insults and stone-throwing at him when he appeared, he did everything for the welfare of the citizens of Wano. Oden gave up his pride, honour, and reputation for five years in a supreme act of loyalty and selflessness to guard and save hundreds of hostages and the entire culture of Wano from Kaidou and Orochi's tyranny.


Knowing that he did it to protect and save them all, even his wife, children, and retainers never asked Oden why he did what he did. Only Shinobu, who spied on the bargain between Oden and Orochi and treated Oden like scum for those five years, helped the Wano residents discover the truth. Oden ultimately gave his life to save the lives of his retainers, enduring excruciating suffering by supporting all nine of them on a plank for an hour while he alone was being boiled alive in the oil during the Legendary Hour.


Oden dies smiling.


Oden made his favourite dish, oden soup, to serve his retainers while travelling through Wano and after becoming the daimyo of Kuri. As he passed away in a pot of boiling oil, Oden boasted about being named after his favourite dish and said he was created to be boiled like oden soup. Oden, who began consuming alcohol when he was only 8, also enjoyed drinking sake.


Oden’s Appearance


Oden was a huge, heavily built man towering 382 cm tall. He had triangular sideburns, a noticeable widow's peak, and long, unruly black hair that was noticeably gathered into a vast, flat, round plane at the top. Above a pair of prominent, sharply arched eyebrows, he had relatively sharp, black eyes with black jags at the inner and outer corners that went down and up, respectively.


Oden in coloured manga.


He also applied crimson eyeliner around them to further highlight his piercing eyes. He had a broad chin, a large, definitive mouth, and a medium-sized, somewhat hooked nose. Oden appeared to be a fully grown adult even when he was still in his late teen years. He sustained three scars while travelling with the Roger Pirates, one on his legs, arms, and chest. He developed a short goatee in the five years before his passing.


Oden often dressed in an orange kimono with two yellow crescent moon patterns, exposing most of his legs. A giant purple and white nio-dasuki flowed down his back and was knotted around Oden's shoulders. With his nio-dasuki worn as a belt and fastened in the front, he would frequently switch between this and a longer, identical kimono.


Enma and Ame no Habakiri, Oden's other two swords, were slung across his left waist and concealed by an obi belt. He sported a light-coloured blouse, dark-coloured trousers and a crown on his head while having fun with the Whitebeard Pirates.


Oden’s Abilities


As the daimyo of Kuri, Oden ruled the area with considerable authority before he passed away. He was a mighty pirate with enormous influence on both crews. He was a former member of the Whitebeard Pirates, a previous division commander, and a Roger Pirates member.

Even 20 years after Oden's death, Kaidou still holds Oden in high regard as one of the few individuals capable of taking on the pirate king Gol D. Roger, the Emperors Whitebeard and Shanks, and his former commander.


Kaidou was deeply impressed by Oden's strength. The leaders of the Mink Tribe on Zou, Inuarashi and Nekomamushi were Nine Red Scabbards members; therefore, his influence extended to them.


Kaidou envisioning Luffy among legendary pirates and Oden.


Even after his death, Oden had an excellent reputation among his allies and colleagues because of his charisma and exceptional combat skills. The Mink Tribe was so devoted to the Kozuki Family that they would all willingly sacrifice their lives to prevent the capture of even one of Oden's retainers. He had many disagreements with the yakuza of Wano Country over the years.


Still, his passing deeply affected its leaders, leading them to attempt an unsuccessful uprising against his killers. His skill in battle was evident from a young age when he survived fierce fights and quarrels with formidable samurai and yakuza while inflicting many deaths over the years. Despite authorities pursuing him repeatedly when he was younger, he was only ever apprehended once. He managed to avoid capture numerous times.


One of his most impressive achievements was bringing order back to the previously lawless Kuri. He single-handedly overcame the challenging Ashura Doji and the deadly criminals that served under him, collected them, and forced them to serve under him, including Ashura. Before that, he quickly attained the position of head stonemason in a quarry while working as a labourer, exhibiting great skill. However, Oden acknowledged that he lacked skill in sailing and navigation.


Physical Abilities

Oden was born with great physical strength, possessed incredible power, and had a remarkable tolerance for pain. Oden was incredibly quick and agile since the age of 2, and he could catch bunnies using only his hands. He could easily travel to Wano Country's areas as an adult and leap across a vast bridge.


Oden holding his retainers on a plank while being boiled in a hot pot of oil.


Oden was mighty and possessed great stamina and endurance. He could support all nine of his enormous retainers on a thick wooden plank while his lower body was submerged in a large pot of boiling oil for over an hour, which would have killed an average man in seconds despite getting out, it was a remarkable feat that even impressed Kaidou. In spite of being close to death, Oden was able to hurl all nine of his retainers far from the execution location.


Swordsmanship

Oden was a mighty and skilful swordsman who had created his own variant of the two-sword style, which he called the "Oden Two Sword Style." He was extraordinarily skilled and ambidextrous at simultaneously using the legendary swords Enma and Ame no Habakiri. In Oden's opinion, the best sword technique is Oden Two Sword Style.


Oden saves Flower Capital citizens from the Mountain God.


Oden was still regarded as the strongest samurai 20 years after his passing, and Kaidou declared that no other samurai could ever compare to him. Even though four of his subordinates simultaneously wounded him during the Raid on Onigashima in the same area where Oden had left a scar, he claimed the wound was still shallow.


Oden Two Sword Style

Oden created the Oden Two Sword Style, a Strong Blade style of dual wielding swordsmanship. Along with superhuman strength, it also emphasises advanced Ryuo, giving the user a significant boost in cutting power and strength and elevating their swordsmanship skills to the point where they can cut and slash through large creatures and structures with a fair amount of ease and agility.


Oden inflicts wound on Kaidou (while he is transformed into Dragon).


Oden attempted to teach his retainers his swordsmanship, but they refused. However, 20 years after Oden's passing, during their battle with Kaidou, Ashura Doji, Kin'emon, Denjiro, and Inuarashi imitated an Oden Two Sword Style move in unison as a tribute to their master.


However, the effectiveness of Oden Two Sword Style ultimately depends on the user's physical prowess and Busoshoku Haki proficiency. Kozuki Oden, acclaimed as the strongest samurai of his generation, had superior strength and Busoshoku Haki ability than any other samurai since birth; hence his strength and speed was unmatched against any regular samurai.


Techniques of Oden Two Sword Style:

  • Tougen Shirataki (Peach Meadow White Waterfall/Cascade): Oden uses Ryuo to harden his blades before striking simultaneously with each of them. This move possesses incredible strength, flexibility, and focus. In the anime, Oden performs it while imbuing not just the blades of his swords but also their hilts and his own arms. Tougen alludes to the kind of earthly paradise known as either Shangri-la or The Peach Blossom, while Shirataki is a prominent element in the oden, which adheres to the oden-themed naming pattern of Oden's techniques.


  • Gun Modoki (Gun Quasi-Ogre/Demon): Oden crosses his blades and charges forward, slashing everybody in his way after using Ryuo to strengthen his swords. In keeping with the naming convention of Oden's methods, the attack's name is a play on ganmodoki, a famous side dish for oden, a Japanese fried tofu fritter made with veggies.


  • Tougen Totsuka (Peach Meadow Ten Fists): This is Oden's most powerful move. He jumps towards his enemy and executes an X-shaped slash after hardening his swords with advanced Ryuo. The attack was so strong that it caused the nearly invincible Kaidou with Mythical Zoan powers to scream in agony, knock him to the ground, and leave him with a huge, permanent scar. The term "Totsuka" refers to the four Totsuka-no-Tsurugi referenced in Japanese mythology; Ame no Habakiri is one of them.


Haki

Oden was one of the extremely few individuals in the world who could use all three varieties of Haki. He was the strongest Samurai in Wano since he could use Enma, a Meito that drains its user's Haki to a dangerous degree. Zoro was in awe of Oden and pondered how he could control Enma while having so much of his Haki sapped. His father Kozuki Sukiyaki praised Oden for being the only one who could hold Enma.


Haoshoku Haki

Oden vs Whitebeard.


Oden used Haoshoku Haki, a unique kind of Haki whose users are thought to possess kingly qualities. He perfected Haoshoku Haki to the point where he could knock his opponents out cold.


Busoshoku Haki

Known as "Ryuo" in Wano, Oden was a master of Busoshoku Haki. He is credited with being the only samurai to master the Meito, Enma, a weapon notorious for its gluttonous Haki-draining abilities. Even Kin'emon, the courageous leader of the Nine Red Scabbards, shrank from using it.


As a result, when Enma tested Zoro, he could not satisfy it without fully exerting himself and admitting that he fell short of Oden. Oden could use since the age of 18 and had perfected its use.


Oden Two Sword Style.


In the anime, Oden displayed the refined use of his swords to emit Busoshoku Haki. Oden's enhanced Busoshoku Haki is depicted as a flowing red aura.


Weapons


Enma and Ame no Habakiri.


Oden possessed two Meito of the Great Grade, the Ame no Habakiri (claimed to be able to cut "heaven" itself) and its sister blade Enma (supposed to be able to cut to the "bottom of hell"). These two swords were the creations of two of Wano's greatest swordsmiths, Kozuki Sukiyaki and Shimotsuki Kozaburo.


Ame no Habakiri: Ame no Habakiri is a sword that rivals Enma in strength. Ame no Habakiri is mighty and razor-sharp once it is perfected, as Oden demonstrated 40 years ago. It could face off against two of the 12 Supreme Grade Swords, Ace and Murakumogiri, wielded by Edward Newgate and Gol D. Roger, respectively.


Ame no Habakiri's ability to inflict a significant wound on Kaidou's nearly invincible dragon form proves this. It was the only weapon capable of such a feat.


Enma: Enma has the distinctive ability to excessively discharge its wielder's Busoshoku Haki, also known as "Ryuo" in Wano, which cuts more than intended. As a result, it has earned a reputation as a difficult sword to handle and master.


Voice of All Things

The "Voice of All Things" was audible to Oden, a gift his son inherited. Along with Roger on the journey to Fish-Man Island, he could hear the voices of the Sea Kings. He could also hear a voice as they got closer to Zou.


Philology


Oden deciphering Poneglyphs with Roger Pirates in Fish-men Island.


Oden acquired from his father the ability to read Poneglyphs and write the ancient script corresponding to them. He was a skilled philologist who could decipher all the Poneglyphs that Roger Pirates had discovered, especially the Road Poneglyphs, which were crucial to the Roger Pirates' success in finding and sailing to Laugh Tale.


He also inscribed Roger's message on the Shandorian Golden Belfry Bell in the same ancient script.


Culinary Skills


Oden cooking and eating oden.


Oden was skilled at making his favourite Oden hotpot. He used to prepare it frequently to feed his retainers when travelling through Wano and with the Roger Pirates.


Oden’s Relationships


Family

Kozuki Sukiyaki

In his early years, Oden's reckless and violent behaviour caused a rift in their relationship with his father. When Oden was 18, Sukiyaki disowned him impersonally by having a messenger bring him a written declaration. Oden took the decree in stride, seeing it as his father's inability to control his greatness. Instead of using Sukiyaki's name or family title, he referred to him as the "shogun".


Oden with his retainers when he became the daimyo of Kuri.


But their bond was altered two years later when Oden brought peace to Kuri. By reversing his son's disownment and elevating Oden to daimyo, Sukiyaki earned Oden's esteem. Nine years later, when they last saw one other, Sukiyaki described Oden as a "fine man". Oden was pained to learn of Sukiyaki's passing and regretted being unable to be by his father's side. However, Oden would never find out that his father had been alive the entire time.


Kozuki Toki

Oden was devoted to and adored his wife, Toki. He heard her call for help even before he met her and swam to an island to save her from slavers, even though he was giving up a chance to join the Whitebeard Pirates that he was on the verge of attaining.


Oden and his wife Toki.


They fell in love, married, and had kids while sailing with the Whitebeard and Roger Pirates. Toki gave him back for saving her by tending to his wounds, and although she had hoped he would take her to Wano, she rapidly grew pleased by just being with him. She loved him immensely and insisted Oden continue his journey when he fell sick. Even when Oden would dance naked in public, she completely trusted his actions and never judged him.


Momonosuke and Hiyori

Oden cherished his son and daughter. Oden and Toki cared for their small children while at sea, comforting them in dangerous situations. Momonosuke began to address his father respectfully when reuniting after having lived in Wano for a year while Oden was still at sea.


Oden aboard Roger's ship with his family.


Momonosuke felt Oden's passing as extremely upsetting and emotional, and he longed to exact revenge on Kaidou and Orochi. Hiyori had a great deal of respect for her father since she was proud to be a samurai descendant. In addition, as a memorial, Oden left his beloved swords to Momonosuke and Hiyori.


Allies

Retainers

Oden's earliest devotees were Kin'emon and Denjiro, who immediately pledged themselves to him after witnessing him defeat the Mountain God. When they stood outside watching him in the rain, Oden did not want them to follow him but instead allowed them to enter his home. Inuarashi, Nekomamushi, and Kawamatsu were pulled to Oden after he freed them from persecution.


Izou, Kikunojo, Kanjuro, and Raizo were drawn to him because they struggled. Oden did not want them to follow him as he did with Kin'emon and Denjiro, but he had no plans to make them leave. The criminal Ashura Doji, who initially wanted to die after Oden defeated him, was persuaded by Oden's efforts to restore Kuri and followed him, thanking Oden for allowing him to experience peace.


Oden decided to put the devotion of his followers to work by having them assist him in restoring order to Kuri. Oden made his supporters his retainers in recognition of their sincere loyalty when he was made daimyo. Despite their complicated pasts, they complied with Yasuie's orders to become proper and knowledgeable samurai to effectively serve Oden as the future shogun, stunning Oden with their display of respect.


Nine Red Scabbards.


Oden's retainers were extremely loyal to him. Still, they were not yes men and tried to discourage him from making ill-considered decisions, though they typically failed. Denjiro attempted to stop him from giving money to Orochi numerous times. Most of the retainers were against Oden's desire to forcibly depart Wano and travel the world.


Izou even tried to stop Oden from leaving with the Whitebeard Pirates by intercepting him, but he was unsuccessful. In contrast, Inuarashi and Nekomamushi simply wanted to travel wherever Oden did, so they joined him as stowaways on the Whitebeard and Roger pirate ships. Oden allowed Izou to stay with the Whitebeard Pirates while he was getting ready to head back to Wano after realising he was happy there.


The rest of Oden's retainers called him a "scoundrel" and treated him coldly when he left. Still, they stayed devoted to him and warmed up after he returned. The fact that Oden was willing to endure the agonising pain of being boiled alive in oil for an entire hour while holding up all his retainers shows how much he cared for them. Oden had made a deal with Kaidou to release them, but he already knew that Kaidou and Orochi would not keep their end of the bargain.


As a result, he chose to give his life so that his retainers may flee, throwing them all far away as soon as Orochi ordered his troops to shoot them all to death. As they rushed towards Kuri to save Oden's wife and children, all nine of his retainers reluctantly left Oden behind to face his fate while sobbing uncontrollably and remembering how Oden had saved them. Oden placed complete faith in the skills of his retainers and thought they could carry out his unfulfilled goal to open Wano's borders to the outside world. Oden warned Kaidou not to underestimate his samurais as he took his final breath.


Oden freeing his retainers moments before his death, ordering them to open Wano's borders.


Following Oden's death, his retainers swore to avenge him and fulfil his wish for Wano's borders to be opened. As a result, they all actively attempted to topple Orochi and Kaidou. The retainers enlisted allies to aid them in the battle, but on the day of retribution, when it appeared that no one would be accompanying them, they made the decision to sail towards Onigashima alone and try their hardest to get revenge.


Even though doing this was probably suicidal, they were happy to do it because serving Oden was their entire purpose in life. Unknown to Oden, Kanjuro was a Kurozumi Family member assigned from the beginning to infiltrate and topple the Kozuki Family by Orochi. Even though Kanjuro put on the ideal act of a devoted retainer and claimed he would die for the Kozuki.


But the truth was that he was really looking for a place to die because losing his parents had destroyed his desire to continue living. In addition, Kanjuro gave Orochi a lot of information about the Kozuki Family, which helped Kaidou's raid against Oden succeed.


Whitebeard Pirates

Oden had always wanted to sail away from Wano, so when the Whitebeard Pirates arrived in Wano, he immediately wanted to join them. Whitebeard's men quickly liked him despite their initial hostility towards him for fighting their captain. However, Whitebeard refused to let Oden join him because he thought the samurai would not take orders well.



Oden with Whitebeard Pirates.


When Oden joined the Whitebeard Pirates, Whitebeard regarded him like a younger brother. Whitebeard vehemently refused to let Roger take a member of his family when he asked Oden to accompany him on his journey. Oden wanted to travel with Roger on his round-the-world expedition, so Whitebeard grudgingly agreed to let him depart.


After Oden's death, the crew decided not to take part in avenging Oden's death as it would lead to multiple civillian casualties in Wano. However, Marco and Izou took part in raid on Onigashima in the battle to overthrow Kaidou.


Roger Pirates

Oden with Roger Pirates.


The Roger Pirates initially did not welcome Oden because they saw him as nothing more than Roger's aide. Oden loved them as much as he loved the Whitebeard Pirates. They immediately warmed to him and started to treat him like family.


When Roger disbanded the crew and left, Oden sobbed uncontrollably with the rest. Oden wept and rejoiced that his former leader had become a legend after learning of Roger's execution.


Shimotsuki Yasuie

Even during his rebellious years, Oden and Yasuie remained close. After being banished from the Flower Capital, he stayed with Yasuie and informally spoke to him. Oden was allowed to stay with Yasuie, but Yasuie showed that he expected Oden to grow up and succeed his father as shogun.


Oden with Yasuie.


Yasuie made fun of Oden but still respected him when Orochi took over as shogun after Sukiyaki and forced Oden to degrade himself publicly. Yasuie maintained strong relations with Oden even though most of Wano lost regard for him in the five years following his homecoming.


When Oden decided to take on Kaidou, he actually had faith in Yasuie to safeguard his family. Yasuie ultimately gave his life to ensure the strategy to get revenge on Oden was successful 20 years after Oden's death.


Hyogoro Family

During Orochi's time as shogun, Oden grew close to the yakuza chief Hyogoro and his family. Even though Oden embarrassed himself in front of others for five years, they still respected him; Hyogoro's wife even gave him praise for his dancing.


Despite Oden's warnings to stay out of trouble, Hyogoro was loyal to Oden and could not stand serving someone like Orochi. Oden was furious and set out for revenge when Hyogoro was imprisoned, and his wife and men were slaughtered.


Wano Country Citizens

In his youth, Oden frequently caused commotion among the Wano residents, especially when he abducted women to establish a harem in the highlands. He caused quite a stir when he arrived in the Flower Capital at the age of 18, since the majority of the males totally detested him. Still, the women were drawn to him and his magnetism.


Nevertheless, after he defeated the Mountain God and was banished from the Flower Capital, many men felt drawn to accompany Oden on his journey. It is said that they took one step in his direction before hesitating and staying instead, wondering what might have happened if they had followed him.


Oden humiliating himself dancing naked in the Flower Capital to save citizens of Wano.


After Orochi succeeded Sukiyaki as shogun and began carrying out oppressive policies, Oden gained popularity among the populace. When he returned, they were delighted and clamoured for him to assume the shogunship he was due. Oden was given an ultimatum by Orochi to disgrace himself in front of everyone once a week to prevent the delivery of hundreds of kidnapped civilians to Kaidou.


Oden was depicted by the Orochi as a menace to Wano, and someone who wished to destroy the nation by opening its borders. Most people, including those in the Flower Capital, do not believe Orochi's propaganda. They celebrated the Fire Festival to pray for the Kozuki Family to end Kaidou and Orochi's tyranny.


Enemies

Kurozumi Orochi

They first met when Oden was 18, and Orochi was working for Yasuie. He did not have a favourable opinion of Orochi, initially labelling him as a creep and repeatedly mentioning his pitiful character. Although Orochi approached Oden with humility, he regarded Oden as an enemy because he was actively plotting to remove the Kozuki Family from the shogunate and establish himself as its ruler while using the money Oden gave him to produce weapons.


Oden became outraged and tried to kill Orochi when he learned that Orochi had not only taken the throne but also ordered his allies to attack Toki and Momonosuke. Even though he and Kaidou promised Oden a chance to live if he could endure an hour in boiling oil, Orochi did not keep his word since he had a shooting squad ready when the hour had passed. After killing Oden, Orochi depicted him as a danger to Wano in the eyes of the general population.


Kaidou

Before the fight, Kaidou made fun of Oden, saying he lacked the Kozuki Family's dignity for choosing to humiliate himself rather than continuing his rebellion. Oden was unaffected by his statements since he was content with his decision.


Kaidou greatly admired his strength, apologised to the samurai for Kurozumi Higurashi's acts in the middle of their battle, and mentioned that he had killed her before killing Oden.


World Government and Marines

Oden acquired an unknown bounty after leaving the Whitebeard and Roger Pirates and becoming a wanted criminal. He was well-known enough that Sakazuki, the present Fleet Admiral, and Sengoku, the former Fleet Admiral, remembered him 20 years after his passing.


Oden in Other Media

Oden is a playable character in the following Video Games:


Game Name

Japanese Release

English Release

Jumputi Heroes

March 28, 2018

One Piece Treasure Cruise

May 12, 2014

Feb 4, 2015

One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4

March 26, 2020

March 27, 2020

One Piece Bounty Rush

March 2018

March 2018

One Piece Bon! Bon! Journey!!

One Piece: Burning Will

September 20, 2018


FAQs


Q. Is Oden a villain in One Piece?

  1. No, Oden is one of the protagonists in the One Piece series. He fought Kaidou to protect the Land of Wano. However, he lost and ultimately got killed by Orochi and Kaidou.


Q. Is Zoro related to Oden?

  1. No, Zoro is not related to Oden. But lineage comes from Wano, as he is a descendant of the Shimotsuki Family.


Q. Is Oden more powerful than Kaidou?

  1. Oden is clearly mighty and resilient. If it was not for the deception, Oden could have defeated Kaidou in the battle 20 years ago.


Q. Can Mihawk defeat Oden?

  1. No, Mihawk cannot defeat Oden.


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