Kozuki Oden Swordsmanship Style Oden Nitoryu Statue
It’s the Kozuki Oden’s Battle Statue, dynamically rendered with a fierce expression, trademark swords, and translucent effect parts for high impact. Kozuki Oden is a posthumous character in the anime and manga series One Piece, serving as the posthumous overarching protagonist of the Wano Country Arc. Kozuki Oden was the daimyo of Kuri in Wano Country and the son of the former shogun Kozuki Sukiyaki, being a member of the Kozuki Family. He was the husband of Kozuki Toki and the father of Momonosuke and Hiyori. Additionally, he was the leader of a group of legendary and powerful samurai known as the Nine Red Scabbards, with all of them serving as his retainers and most trusted allies. For 5 years of his life, Oden set out to sea and became a pirate, serving as the 2nd division commander of the Whitebeard Pirates and later becoming a member of the Roger Pirates. After finding Joy Boy’s treasure on Laugh Tale, Oden journeyed home and made it his goal to open Wano’s borders to the world by finally taking his father’s place as Shogun. However, he met opposition from his usurper Kurozumi Orochi and pirate Kaidou, who executed him 20 years before the present.
Oden was a very large and muscular man of towering height, standing in at 382 cm. He had long, wild hair of black color that was notably gathered into a large, flat, circular plane at the top, and also included a prominent widow’s peak and triangular sideburns. He had relatively sharp, black eyes whose inner and outer corners were marked by black jags going down and up respectively, and above a pair of prominent, highly arched eyebrows. He also wore red eyeliner around his eyes, making them look even sharper. He had a mid-sized, slightly hooked nose, a large, expressive mouth, and a broad chin. Even during his late teen years, Oden looked just like a full grown man. During his journey with the Roger Pirates, he received two scars, one on his leg, and one on his chest. During the five years before his demise, he grew a short goatee. For clothes, Oden typically wore an orange kimono, leaving most of his legs exposed; the kimono had two yellow crescent moon designs on it. Oden also wore a large purple and white nio-dasuki tied around his shoulders that ran down his back. He would often alternate between this and a similar longer kimono, with his nio-dasuki worn as a belt and tied in the front.
Oden also wore his swords, Enma and Ame no Habakiri, across his left waist tucked inside an obi belt. While partying with the Whitebeard Pirates, he wore a light colored shirt, dark colored pants, and a crown on his head. Oden Nitoryu instead is a swordsmanship style developed by Kozuki Oden. It is a variation of Nitoryu which Oden used while dual-wielding the legendary swords, Enma and Ame no Habakiri. Oden Nitoryu is a style based on powerful swordsmanship with two swords. It places particular emphasis on advanced Ryuo, founded on the concept of inner flow. Among the various and beautiful fighting techniques of Kozuki Oden, there are: Togen Shirataki (Paradise White Waterfall), Gun Modoki (Gun Imitating Demon), Togen Totsuka (Paradise Ten Hands), Shimi Daikon (Great Spirit of Samurai). Kozuki Oden swordsmanship style Oden Nitoryu Statue measures: 8 inches / 20 cm x 6 inches / 15 cm x 11.8 inches / 30 cm.
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