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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })Hunter × Hunter is a fantasy adventure manga series drawn and written by Yoshihiro Togashi, who began working on the series in 1998. It's known for many things- its long hiatuses, its large and engrossing world, its colourful cast of surprisingly deep characters that often have as much screentime as the four heroes and a heaping helping of rather extreme darkness that can make it fairly grim for a shonen series.In a world much like our own, but with more danger and more mystery, a young boy named Gon Freecss, raised since infancy by his aunt, discovers from a traveling stranger his father's true identity: Ging Freecss, a world-famous Hunter.In this world, you see, there are elite mercenaries known as Hunters. And Hunters truly are elite: among other benefits, they get access to world-class amenities and exotic locales that are off-limits to ordinary people. Of course, the life of a Hunter is also dangerous, for Hunters make their living taking on some of the most dangerous missions on Earth. Some scour the world for treasures or exotic goods, while others are Bounty Hunters who track down the world's most dangerous criminals. Gon isn't so much interested in riches or fame, however: he wants to be a Hunter so he can track down his father.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })Just becoming a Hunter is an adventure in itself. During the incredibly difficult and incredibly dangerous "Hunter Exam," Gon faces peril both natural and man-made. He also acquires a circle of friends, such as Leorio, a Jerk with a Heart of Gold who wants to become fabulously wealthy so he can become a doctor and open a free clinic; Kurapika, a blonde Bishōnen who is last of the Kurta Clan, which was hunted into near-extinction by those who sought the Kurta's "Scarlet Eyes," which turn a fetching shade of red when emotionally excited; and Killua Zoldyck, the middle son of a Dysfunctional Family of notorious assassins.The series is notable for having many long hiatus breaks during its run, one of which continued for a grand total of 1 year and 20 days! It returned in 2010 Weekly Shonen Jump Double Issue #5-6, and ran for 20 chapters. It then went back into a year long hiatus since 2010 Weekly Shonen Jump Issue #26, but has finally returned again in 2011 Weekly Shonen Jump Issue #35-36, for 30 chapters then it went on a break again on Issue #16, 2012. It seemed to have settled into a system where we get one tankobon (single volume collecting ~10 chapters) every 6 months, instead of every 2 months; this puts Hunter on par with mangas that get a new chapter each month, instead of each week. Its last run was on June 2017, although it returned in January 2018 and again in March of the same year before eventually going back into hibernation for most of the year until returning in September.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_3'); })The series has two anime adaptations, one that premiered in 1999 and lasting through the Yorknew arc in 2001, with OVAs later covering the Greed Island section before having to stop since the anime had caught up by that point in 2004. Eight years later, it was given another adaptation in 2011 and covers near all the series up till the Election arc in 2014 since the manga's hiatus meant the Dark Continent arc was on and off.In 2008, the original anime was licensed by Viz Media, but had various alterations to the DVD release, without informing the fanbase, causing sales to tank.Weekly Shonen Jump's double issue #35-36 in 2011 ultimately confirmed that the series would get a complete anime remake, disregarding the previous animated series and OVAs by Nippon Animation to start from the very beginning of the story; it was animated by Madhouse and directed by Koujina Hiroshi, the character designs handled by Yoshimatsu Takahiro.Two movies for the series were also released. Surprisingly both in the same year of 2013: ''Phantom Rogue" and "The Last Mission".The 2011 anime was one of the most requested shows for Toonami on [adult swim], and fans finally got their wish when Viz Media announced that their brand new English Dub for the series would premiere on the block on April 16, 2016 at 1:00am EST, taking over Parasyte -the maxim-'s slot once that show ended its run.Late-Arrival Spoiler warning: Beware of major unmarked spoilers for the first few arcs below!
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Aw, Look! They Really Do Love Each Other: Played with, as Killua and Palm annoy the hell out of each other and were more than ready to come to blows, but they come to admit that they are valuable friends for the sake of Gon. Averted with Gon and Killua. Gon has very little qualms about admitting that Killua is his BFF; Killua will admit it to no one (except Palm), not even to Gon himself.
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Look Behind You
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Look Behind You: Invoked by Zeno to Cheetu, though it's subverted with Cheetu not believing him. Cue Silva plunging down from the sky and smashing his head to the ground with one punch.
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The Millstone
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The Millstone: When Gon and co are forced to team up with Tonpa during one stage of the Hunter Exam, he actively tries to be one, as he's part of a group of contestants who deliberately sabotage other contestants' chances of passing the Exam for fun. Ironically, at one point his actions actually help the protagonists, in particular his undignified, one second surrender when he faced one of the Prisoners in the Third Phase. He's very quick to point out to Leorio that his surrender only wasted a little of their time getting out of the tower they're supposed to clear, while Leorio's "play it safe" method of betting and his perversion over one of the Prisoners cost the entire group 50 hours of tower completion time, and virtually no real time to finish the course on their own.
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Dirty Coward
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Dirty Coward: Tonpa. Not only does he admit that he's a lying, cheating son of a bitch, but that he also gets his kicks from watching men in their prime fail and die horrible deaths in the Hunter Exams. Sometimes, he'll even sabotage his team's efforts to win if he gets far enough.
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Anyone Can Die: Unless you're a main character.
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No Celebrities Were Harmed
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No Celebrities Were Harmed: There's an obvious one of Kim Jong-il; his name is even an anagram for Kim Jong-il.
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Supernatural Phone
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Supernatural Phone: Shalnark uses his cell phone as his weapon of choice. It lets him mind-control anyone he places a receiver on (and seems to control what they say via him texting the phrases). He can also stick a receiver on himself to give himself a power boost, though he can only move by inputting commands into the phone, and it quickly exhausts him of his energy. It can work as a normal cell phone.
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Scenery Censor
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They did find a workaround about this, using clever camera angles to cover Gon severed hand among others. Some scenes where the brain or internal organs of the victims were shown (during certain battles with Uvogin and Chrollo, The Bomber explosion mass-murder and before the Dodgeball battle) and notably everyone favourite pedo-clown hotspring scene (with Gon and Killua's eyes slowly following the offscreen ... "reaction" of Hisoka) were redone in the 2011 anime so that it doesn't show as much as in the manga. Leol makes an appearance in TV and when the reporter asks him for proof, he proceeds to bite most of her upper body off; this is censored on the series cleverly as a glitch in the transmission as if the camera had stopped working when Leol attacked the reporter. One of the most graphical cases that are only barely censored is when Meruem kills the Body Double leader of East Gorteau. The censorship only moderately shades over the fact that his neck was torn, the back of his head splattered, an arm was ripped off, and his innards (and fat man breasts) were widely exposed in the aftermath of a One-Hit Kill. The anime just gets him turned into a bloody mess and keeps the aftermath off-screen. The dancers in the room at the time thankfully get a Gory Discretion Shot in comparison.
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Heroic BSoD
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Heroic BSoD: Gon goes into one at a certain point.
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Never Given a Name
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Never Given a Name: The Chimera Ant King abandoned his mother the Queen before she could name him. One of Netero's subordinates heard her name the King 'Meruem' before she died and relayed that information to Netero. Netero goaded the King into a fight by offering to tell him his name if he could get Netero to admit defeat. By this point in his Character Development, the King had become human enough to be bothered by his lack of a name.
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Darker and Edgier
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Darker and Edgier: The whole Chimera Ant arc. And before that, The York Shin arc. The series was dark before, but it's the first time it goes into truly grim territory. The whole manga really, when compared to most Shonen manga. Each arc is filled with its fair share of gore. It's arguably the darkest of Yoshihiro Togashi's works.note Even more so than Yu Yu Hakusho ever was. It's also a deconstruction of Shōnen manga and anime. In regards to adaptations, the 1999 TV anime has a much more somber and moody tone than either the original manga or 2011 remake for the most part. It also amplifies the focus on Killua's moodiness and Kurapika's PTSD.note Not only that, but it was made by Nippon Animation, who normally doesn't make this kind of anime series, although the World Masterpiece Theater series does have its moments. Though the 2011 adaptation eventually gets even darker than that with its adaptation of the Chimera ant arc, completely devoid of its previous infamous censorship, showing the full uncensored extent of the manga's gore and violence, muting the previously bright colors to dark levels, and incorporating an epic and dark soundtrack and more mature character designs.
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Kodomomuke
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Kodomomuke: Subverted. It starts out this way, but it's darker nature soon becomes clear, especially in the manga. It doesn't help that the first anime series was made by Nippon Animation, a company that usually only makes kodomomuke anime.
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Evil vs. Evil
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Evil vs. Evil: In The Yorknew arc the Phantom Troupe goes against the world's major mafia families and eventually the Zaoldyecks, with the main cast caught in the middle. In Chimera Ant arc the Phantom Troupe (again) goes against one of the scattered Chimera Ant squadron leaders — Zazan. The Troupe are portrayed as being the more heroic in this scenario as they're really just defending their home from predators. Hisoka's battle against Chrollo, and the ensuing grudge they harbor towards each other after the match.
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The Dutiful Son
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The Dutiful Son: Illumi, Milluki, possibly Kalluto.
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Cool Old Guy
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Cool Old Guy Morau has a giant pipe as his nen ability, its name? Deep Purple. And just in case that's too subtle, his first fight is against a water user.
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The Worf Effect
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The players on the heroes' team, however, are battle-hardened people with lethal superpowers themselves. The captain of the opposing team, Razor, is so powerful that he inflicts The Worf Effect by his mere presence and is the only person shown so far to genuinely put Monster Clown Hisoka on edge.
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Say My Name
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Say My Name: "Good night... Meruem...."
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Human Resources
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Human Resources: The Chimera Ants prefer humans as fodder.
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Bishōnen
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Bishōnen: Chrollo and Hisoka, despite Hisoka being a Monster Clown. More typically, Kurapika and Shaiapouf.
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Those Two Guys
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Those Two Guys: In droves: Gon and Killua (even though they are the protagonists, because they are children), Leorio and Kurapika, Knuckle and Shoot, Morel and Knov, Ging and Pariston among others.
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Heterosexual Life-Partners
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Heterosexual Life-Partners: Gon and Killua, although Killua's been seriously treading the line between this and Ho Yay in the latest arc. Considering the greater picture, Gon and Killua are each other's first friend ever, as Killua was not allowed to make friends and Gon lived in an isolated island where the population was not sedentary. But it's somewhat averted, in the 'heterosexual' department: Killua kisses Gon. He likes it.◊
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Rod And Reel Repurposed: Gon uses a fishing pole as a weapon before learning the Nen. However, he never uses it to directly attack an enemy.
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Easing into the Adventure
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Easing into the Adventure: The first episode shows us Gon's hometown and family, and his motivation for wanting to be a Hunter in the first place.
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Hidden Heart of Gold
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Hidden Heart of Gold: Leorio initially claims he's only in it for the money, but he later reveals that he needs the money to pay for medical school because his dream is to open a free clinic, having lost his best friend Pietro to a curable but expensive disease.
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Crapsack World
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Crapsack World: Terrorists kill 110,000 people in one event. The mob runs the world. Parts of the world are inhabited by demons. The 110,000 people thing? It's not even an actual part of the plot. It was just a throwaway remark. Oh, and that "parts of the world are inhabited by demons" thing? It's just a drop in the bucket compared to the Dark Continent, a Death World so nightmarish it makes those of Warhammer 40,000 look like quiet urban parks. Said "continent" is actually the 95% of the world that is outside the "Known World" (its map, which includes all the continents of Real Life Earth in a different configuration, in fact represents a small archipelago in the middle of a "lake"), and Chimera Ants are actually one of the tamest calamities that are known to come from there; meaning, something potentially powerful enough to wipe out humanity in the Known World could potentially pop out at any time. Nen-using psychopaths like Hisoka and the Phantom Troupe can cause as much mayhem and murder as many people as they want with immunity, especially if they're Hunters, and the only people capable of stopping them are other Nen users/Hunters. The most a normal person can do is run away or hope to die a quick, painless death. A family of assassins who put their own children through Training from Hell to make them more efficient killers is not only wealthy, but seemingly revered by the general public (at least enough for there to be regular tours around the mountain where they live).
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I'm a Humanitarian
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I'm a Humanitarian: The Chimera Ants.
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Aborted Arc
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Aborted Arc: The end of the Hunter Exam Arc implied that Pokkle and Hanzo were going to be important to the story sometime later, but the former was killed off in the Chimera Ant Arc, but the latter seems to be playing a part in the Dark Continent Arc. Of course, it's still possible that Pokkle could return as a Chimera Ant. There are a number of arcs that feel like Togashi simply got bored with it and dropped it at the earliest possible time. The Heaven's Arena arc sets up an entire 251 floor skyscraper for Gon and Killua to fight their way up, only for the duo to quit partway through and move on. The Yorknew arc also includes Gon and Killua learning the ins and outs of auctioneering so they can raise money to buy an ultra-rare Greed Island game, only for it to all come to nothing when someone else buys every available copy.
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Back for the Dead
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Back for the Dead: Pokkle and Ponzu from the first Hunter Exam return in the Chimera Ant arc only to be brutally killed by the ants soon after. Kurtopi and Shalnark didn't even get past one chapter of their debut comeback before they're brutally slaughtered by Hisoka.
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Only Sane Man
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Only Sane Man: Parodied with the 3 guards of the king; both Shaiapouf and Menthuthuyoupi see themselves as the only sane of the 3 guards... but in the heat of battle, they both lose a lot of time due to their respective temper problems, whereas only Neferpitou is able to keep their cool and display razor-sharp intuition and light-speed decision making even as all odds are against them. By comparison, Pouf has the tendency of arriving to the wrong conclusions when faced with pressure and being a Drama Queen in general, and Youpi tends to not think things through. Albeit superficially aloof, Pitou works best when cornered. Parodied also at Greed Island, out of Gon, Killua and Biscuit, the latter comes off as the most infantile and immature even though she is actually 59 years old and buff as hell.
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Anti-Climax
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Anticlimax: The Zoldyck Family arc. Most of the arc's buildup suggests that Killua is being held against his will by his family and is being tortured for daring to make friends, and that Gon, Kurapika, and Leorio will have to fight his incredibly powerful parents and siblings. Eventually it's revealed that this whole conflict, punishment included, was a fairly mundane argument between family members that only looked scary because everyone involved is a world-class assassin (c.f. the morbid inclinations of the Addams family). When Killua hears that Gon and company have come to the Zoldyck estate to pick him up, he just breaks his chains and walks out with them.
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Super Wheelchair
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Super Wheelchair: Gido from Heaven’s Arena.
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Verbal Tic
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Verbal Tic: Hisoka's word bubbles have the symbol for one of the four suits in a modern deck of playing cards; in other words, it'll have Clubs, Hearts, Diamonds or Spades. Palm ( before her transformation into an ant) is barely able to talk without mumbling and moaning.
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She Cleans Up Nicely
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He Cleans Up Nicely in the case of Phinks when he dresses up as an agent alongside his troop mates to free Uvogin from the Nostrade family bodyguards; even Uvo compliments him exactly like that when he sees him.
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Extremely Short Timespan
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Extremely Short Timespan: Many of the combatants during the assault on Meruem’s castle are top-level fighters and used to operating at scales of minutes, if not seconds and microseconds. So there happens so much during the opening moments of the battle that entire episodes are required to convey it all.
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Disappeared Dad
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Ging is a deconstruction of the typical Disappeared Dad seen in Shonen stories. He's a badass, sure, but his neglect towards his son Gon is lampshaded and frowned on In-Universe. Gon's goal of finding Ging also deconstructs the trope of a Shonen protagonist going on a quest to find their missing parent. Gon spends a large part of the series looking for him, and while they do get along, even Gon acknowledges that he doesn't really see him as a father, but as an awesome relative he's heard great things about, and realizes that he didn't necessarily want to meet Ging so much as find him. After he finally accomplishes this goal he's left wondering where to go from there.
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Wholesome Crossdresser
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Kurapika is very feminine looking. It doesn't help that he's crossdressed on more than one occasion as a disguise. Up until Word of God confirmed it for the Philippine dub for the 1999 series, Kurapika's gender was a topic of speculation; he's all boy.
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Dispel Magic
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Dispel Magic: Finding a Nen user capable of this to help their leader becomes the goal of the Phantom Troupe following the Yorknew City arc.
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Parental Abandonment
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Parental Abandonment: Several cases.
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Bland-Name Product
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Bland-Name Product: Happens with the in-universe internet, e.g. Uoggre instead of Google.
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More Dakka
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More Dakka: One of the Phantom Troupe removed his own fingers to replace them with Nen machine guns.
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Awesome, but Impractical
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Awesome, but Impractical: One Heaven's Arena fighter had the ability to form a duplicate out of Nen. It seems impressive at first, until it's revealed that that Nen style is the exact opposite of his innate ability, and is complicated enough that he can't learn anything else, making him a one-trick pony that's easily thwarted once the ability's weakness is found. Kurapika's Nen ability manifests as chains on his hand that has a unique power for each finger, which let him fight and kill the monstrously powerful Phantom Troupe members. He also has an ability called Emperor Time that breaks the rules of Nen by allowing him to use any Nen category at 100% efficiency. Unfortunately there are some steep drawbacks to these abilities. Emperor Time takes a large toll on Kurapika that gets worse the longer it's active. As for the chains, one can only be used on Phantom Troupe members or Kurapika will die, two can only be used during Emperor Time, and the other two don't have drawbacks but are strictly support abilities. The En technique qualifies. It allows the user to extend their Nen in order to sense everything within a certain radius, making it useful for tracking and detection. The drawback is that getting any mileage out of it is nearly impossible because it takes up more Nen the larger you make it and unlike most sensory techniques can be picked up on by others who are proficient in Nen usage because of how focused it is. Welfin's Nen ability consists of him triggering four missiles mounted on a band around his waist. Though it's fearsome looking, Welfin has to ask three questions for the missiles to actually shoot and seek their target. If the questions do not satisfy Welfin's conditions, the missiles would be shot and explode, but it doesn't work if Welfin is not able to ask the questions or if the target moves from the location in which Welfin estimates they are, meaning that they won't work blindly. As such, the ability is mostly for show. Cheetu has this very tendency with everything he comes up with, which is shown when he traps Morel in a conditioned Nen room that requires Morel to catch Cheetu to be able to escape. Morel quickly realizes that the Nen conditions for the imprisonment made by Cheetu have huge logical gaps, meaning he doesn't actually have to pursue Cheetu to catch him or that Cheetu cannot actually attack him if he doesn't want him to leave, so he sits the whole way through, playing with Cheetu's impatience. Eventually, Morel is able to trick Cheetu by using his smoke. Cheetu spontaneously creates an ability while keeping Morel imprisoned which consists of a crossbow on his right arm. Though Morel is impressed at his coming with a weapon on the spot, he wonders why Cheetu would need a weapon that’s slower than Cheetu’s innate abilities. Frustrated with this quandary, Cheetu lets Morel leave. It's basically the concept of "Contract" in Nen. One can increase their overall power by putting restriction to their Nen or ability use (e.g. "I will only use this skill on Tuesdays"). The user's ability to abide by their own rules in using those skills affect the effectiveness of the mentioned skills, and breaking their own imposed rules may result in them losing their Nen. But they can even take a step further by setting "limitations" with higher stakes, such as risking their lives, as Kurapica did for his Chain Jail ability, which he swore he'll only use against the Phantom Troupe.
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Hidden Depths
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Hidden Depths: Underneath her manic behavior and fearsome appearance, Palm Siberia is a remarkably beautiful woman and a tremendous cook. Tonpa and his group deliberately invoke this trope. While they may seem like clumsy, reckless fools, their main goal is to get other contestants to fail the Hunter Exam and have fun doing it. This really shines through when Tonpa gives Gon's group (and by extension the audience) an in-depth look at how mob mentality breaks a group apart.
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Killer Yo-Yo
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Killer Yoyo: Used by Killua, albeit sparingly.
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Gratuitous English
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Gratuitous English: In The Last Mission movie, TV broadcasts are shown with captions in English, inexplicably avoiding the in-universe alphabet. In those captions, Netero is presented as "President of Hunter X Hunter," producing a strange case of in-house Cowboy BeBop at His Computer.
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Deadly Euphemism: The Phantom Troupe's "requiem" to their fallen comrade Uvogin is less a musical piece and more a ballistic rampage on the streets and execution of any unfortunate mafioso that enters their line of sight.
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Enigmatic Minion
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Enigmatic Minion: Hisoka to Chrollo.
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Close-Call Haircut
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Close-Call Haircut: Biscuit's pigtail in the Greed Island arc.
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Deconstructor Fleet
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Deconstructor Fleet: It's not that it doesn't stand on its own as a shonen fighting manga, but especially once you get into the Chimera Ant arc it becomes hard to ignore that Togashi wants to deconstruct shonen manga, its villains, and the Idiot Hero. Specifically, the Idiot Hero and his frequent form of Cloud Cuckoolander instinctive ethics. Gon verges on Blue-and-Orange Morality sometimes, but it's just the kind of thing Incorruptible Pure Pureness frequently invokes, carried just far enough to be slightly creepy. Gon Freecss (said hero) is designed in tribute to Son Goku in several ways; there is a reason Gon catches a giant fish as his first act. And then of course, he risks his life to turn into a huge muscle-guy with endless hair in order to destroy Neferpitou for destroying the mentor Gon wasn't strong enough or old enough to save... it was horrifying as hell, but a little bit funny, too. Because look, it's grown-up Goku Up to Eleven. Also, in the beginning of the series Gon wasn't a very skilled fighter and didn't immediately learn how to hold his own against older and stronger opponents like most Shonen heroes do. He often had to rely on quick thinking alone to survive. There are several times where our heroes simply aren't strong enough to defeat or even challenge the villains. Rather than suddenly powering up to ridiculous levels and pulling out a victory, there isn't really anything they can do about said power gap, so they're forced to accomplish their goals by other means. Five-Man Band dynamics also played straight and deconstructed. Interesting because Gon, Killua, Kurapika, and Leorio map onto the team from Togashi's first big series— namely The Overpowered Idiot Hero (Gon and Yusuke), the Small Scary Killer (Killua and Hiei), the Smart Pretty Boy (Kurapika and Kurama), and the Big Idiot With A Heart Of Gold (Leorio and Kuwabara). Of course, Yusuke and Hiei weren't the best of friends, but the group had about as little cohesion—which is to say, everyone pursued their own goals, and fell back together by circumstance. However, when one looks at HunterXHunter, those dynamics become a little different. Hisoka came back. The rest of the Phantom Troupe appeared to have a Villain Episode wiping out a local outbreak of the new Big Bad. Even members of the Zoldyck family show up every now and then, especially Zeno and Silva. Leorio is not likely to do so because of his studies, nor is Kurapika, due to his seemingly never ending quest to avenge his family name; Leorio returns in the Election arc, and they both re-enter the plot in the Dark Continent arc, with Kurapica in particular getting a lot of focus. Chrollo Lucifer is a deconstruction of the "enigmatic and powerful leader" character type, showing us how his mysteriousness and power make him incredibly unpredictable and rather unsettling. Hisoka shows us how truly terrifying a powerful, intelligent and psychopathic Blood Knight can be. And Meruem is an attempt to be psychologically realistic about a cosmic-level entity born full-grown to devour humans and conquer the world. The Zoldyck Family Arc is about Gon, Kurapika, and Leorio trying to save Killua from his assassin family. Unlike most rescue arcs, the heroes never get a chance to storm the castle and fight the bad guys—though they do make it past the front gate, which is no small feat. Instead, the situation turns out to be little more than a typical family spat, and gets solved just as quickly—it only looked dire because everyone involved is a superhuman assassin, so what could have been a rather normal argument with mom adds whips and guns. The Heavens Arena storyline, despite being a training arc all about how Gon and Killua progress from Charles Atlas Superpowers to nen-usage, has a lot of subverted expectations. The Combat Commentator and large portions of the audience can't even see aura and therefore have no understanding of most of the higher-level fights. The protagonists never make it to the top of the tower, but they do: fight the same characters more than once, blow most their winnings at the beginning of the next arc, and spend two months meditating without even watching the ongoing tournaments. They don't get pitted against each other, or have a serious fight against their new rival/friend Zushi. Gon doesn't even win his final match against Hisoka, although he does seem to be personally satisfied by the outcome. And at one point their helpful mentor states outright that he suspects his latest students are monsters and he regrets having taught them anything. And no one becomes a master at the end of the arc. Just because Gon's The Hero doesn't mean he always fights the Big Bad of a story arc; he's still young, which means that in terms of power and skill he's sometimes completely outclassed, and more often than not a much stronger character will face the main villain instead while Gon faces an antagonist closer to his level. Neo-Green Life, an isolationist nation introduced in the Chimera Ant arc, examines the Ludd Was Right trope and how difficult and dangerous an "all natural" society would be in the modern world. NGL permits no technology newer than agriculture, meaning visitors must discard everything from synthetic clothing items to necessities like eyeglasses, tooth fillings, and medical implants at the border crossing or face execution. The checkpoint (conveniently located just outside of NGL's actual borders) must employ highly advanced technology like MRI and ultrasound in order to effectively enforce this policy. NGL citizens would likely do what they could to protect themselves on the micro scale (e.g. treating a family member's disease or fending off a wild animal), but problems on the macro scale (e.g. an epidemic or an out-of-control invasive species) are, according to NGL's philosophy, "nature taking its course" and are probably impossible for the government to address anyway. The country's low tech level also means information moves extremely slowly within NGL (the internet is used at the aforementioned checkpoint for international relations, but only handwritten correspondence is permitted within NGL proper), which allows the Chimera Ant infestation to get out of hand before international aid can be summoned. It's eventually revealed that the country's founder and ruler simply wanted to ruin people's lives. Nen itself is both a massive deconstruction of Ki Manipulation in general while also playing it straight. Compared to similar techniques in other series, Nen has a very definite and detailed structure that determines how people develop the abilities they have and how to best make use of those abilities. Compared to learned attacks from most other series (which are nearly always taught as part of a school of martial arts), how Nen manifests is heavily dependent on the individual and there are techniques that some people simply will not be able to use. Also in comparison to other series, where fighters generally spam their special attacks all the time, Nen users are incredibly conservative when it comes to using their abilities in order to keep their opponents from learning the particulars of that ability, including its strengths and weaknesses. However this only applies to the Hatsu or the specific and unique abilities each user creates for themselves. The basics of nen are more in line with traditional Ki based martial arts with every nen user being able to use the basics of nen and advanced forms of the basics with the only differences being based on a nen user's natural nen catagory. By harnessing their nen with basic techniques that anyone can perform, a well trained nen user can use then to enhance senses, healing and recovery, Super Strength, Super Toughness, and Super S Peed. For example: All nen users can use zetsu with allows them to cut off their aura to hide their presence from other nen users though it works on normal people too because even the untrained have slight nen sensitivity and can notice it as a feeling towards someone with the down side being that they have no defence against nen and can't use there's while Zetsu is in effect. The can also use the advanced version "In" which is better as it hides your prencence while still being able to use you nen but it takes much more concentration and energy. All nen users can use "Ten" which is essential to using nen as it keeps their aura from leaking away and solidifies it which make nen users more durable and also slows down their aging. This is also needed for holding and shaping aura and focusing it into various parts of the body. The advanced form is "Ko" which combine with a greater aura output creates an invisible armor around the user and greatly enhances their physical abilities. All nen users can use "Ren" which is the ability to expell more aura which is needed to enhance nen techniques or strengthen a special ability. Ging is a deconstruction of the typical Disappeared Dad seen in Shonen stories. He's a badass, sure, but his neglect towards his son Gon is lampshaded and frowned on In-Universe. Gon's goal of finding Ging also deconstructs the trope of a Shonen protagonist going on a quest to find their missing parent. Gon spends a large part of the series looking for him, and while they do get along, even Gon acknowledges that he doesn't really see him as a father, but as an awesome relative he's heard great things about, and realizes that he didn't necessarily want to meet Ging so much as find him. After he finally accomplishes this goal he's left wondering where to go from there. Each one of the arcs is a deliberate deconstruction of a common shonen fighting arc: Hunter Exam Arc: The "contest" arc, in which several characters need to compete with each other in order to win a title. This arc examines what would actually happen in a contest filled with superhumans—the normal humans die in brutal ways, the empowered individuals run rampant and murder dozens, and Gon barely survives only because the only two people that know Nen are Hisoka and Illumi, who likes Gon enough to keep him alive for Hisoka and barely processes Gon's presence for Illumi. Heck, the people in the final phase win on a technicality—only Gon really fought for his victory. Zoldyck Family Arc: The "rescue" arc, in which the heroes try to save a friend/teammate from peril. The power gap between the Zoldycks and Gon and co. is so huge all they can do is desperately plead with the family to see their friend. As it turns out, Killua is in no danger at all, he leaves of his own volition and his father even lets him go after realizing he needs friends to properly grow, and that letting him grow outside their care is not an issue. Heavens Arena Arc: The "training" arc, in which the heroes train in new abilities. Gon and Killua do not win the Heavens Arena, and actually treat it as a means to an end for their abilities to be tested. Their mentor, Wing, also expresses severe worry about unlocking their potential as they become extremely strong in a short amount of time. Phantom Troupe Arc: The "villain squad" arc, in which the heroes face off against a group of evil villains. This arc examines what would happen if you took superpowered humans and put them in the real world- the power gap between the troupe and the mafia goons is massive, and only Kurapika, who has limited his arsenal to specifically only fight the troupe can stand a chance. Even still, Kurapika can only do so little, and most of the troupe escapes unscathed. This also examines some Moral Myopia inherent in villains that care about their friends yet murder dozens. Greed Island Arc: The "deadly game" arc, in which the heroes must compete and win a game to survive; Inside a Computer System is thrown in for good measure. The Hunter x Hunter world is certainly different from ours, but the technology level is fairly similar...meaning the idea of literally transporting dozens of humans into a computer game is absurd. Through the clever use of Nen, the contestants are actually teleported to another real-world location, meaning the horrific injuries Gon and crew suffer are very real. This also examines the rather horrific situation of coming to Greed Island and not having Nen—Gon's group manages to start a collection of cards just by trading people a way out of the game. Chimera Ant Arc: The "enemy army" arc, in which a large enemy force accosts the heroes, with a powerful leader. This arc in particular examines the idea of having an enemy that is significantly stronger than you- from the enemy's perspective. What is it like being devastatingly stronger than everyone else? How would something that is on another level from everything process the worth of other creatures? What would something that was meteorically stronger than everything else think when it realizes that other creatures can think just like it can? What would it constitute as strength? The Chimera Ant King is a rather somber answer to all of these questions. Even more deconstructive is that the humans actually cheat to win- upon learning that he will die and realizing no one else can stop the king, Netero detonates a nuclear bomb in his chest than eventually kills the King from radiation poisoning, rather than a straight up fight. In the end, what wins the day isn't raw strength- it's human intelligence and innovation, as well as our capacity for cruelty. The fight between Chrollo and Hisoka is awful even for this manga in a way in which deconstructs just what someone capable of world-bending magic powers and absolutely no conscience could really do- that being weaponizing an entire audience of innocent bystanders by making them into human-seeking bombs. Kurapika's quest for revenge is a brutal deconstruction of But for Me, It Was Tuesday. If you galavant around the world killing whenever convenient, sooner or later you will piss of the wrong person.
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Stuff Blowing Up: Genthru's abilities.
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Kick the Son of a Bitch: The duo of Phantom Troupe members scouting the Greed Island is shown talking about how they've just killed a few random players, to see if someone had a more expensive world map on them. The killers proceed to their destination, announcing to do more killing along the way just for the kicks of it, while the camera shows the corpse, near which the duo talked. It turns out to be the guy who has earlier given clueless Gon and Killua their rough first experience of getting attacked by spells.
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Best Served Cold: Kurapika dedicates his entire life to punishing the members of the phantom troupe who killed his entire clan.
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Heart Is an Awesome Power
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Heart Is an Awesome Power: Hisoka has the power to make his aura sticky like gum, and the power to change the appearance and texture of thin surfaces. Those are his only Nen abilities. As lame as they sound, the way he uses them makes them overkill. He even named them in a rather cheesy manner, as they come from a chewing gum brand from when he was young.
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Deliberate Injury Gambit
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Deliberate Injury Gambit: Gon versus Genthru. Hisoka versus Kastro; the former voluntarily allows both of his arms to be cut and he still wins. A subversion is the fight between Isaac Netero and the Chimera Ant King Meruem. According to him, Netero's loss of limbs does not make him any less of a threat. Even though he delivers his ultimate attack, he still is not able to inflict any significant injury to the King, so Netero decides to pierce his own chest to stop his heart, triggering a weapon of mass destruction to finally destroy the King. This deathly final act does bring the King to the brink of death, but he is revived by his Royal Guards. The King and his Guards would not die until hours later from a poisoning agent embedded in the bomb.
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Horde of Alien Locusts
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Horde of Alien Locusts: Chimera Ants, though they're more intelligent and not aliens.
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Sliding Scale of Idealism vs. Cynicism
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Sliding Scale of Idealism vs. Cynicism: Starts of idealistic, but later arcs jump into the cynical end (especially during and after the Chimera Ant Arc).
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Murder the Hypotenuse
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Murder the Hypotenuse: Shaiapouf is afraid Komugi might distract the King from his "true goal" and is therefore considering killing her for "the King's sake".
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Not Drawn to Scale
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Not Drawn to Scale: Height discrepancies are pretty off, but it's pretty apparent when you see Gon and Killua together and the two with the Phantom Troupe; canonically speaking, Gon is 154cm and Killua is 158cm, in the 2011 version, they are roughly the same height until the Chimera Ant Arc when it's more clear that Killua is taller than Gon. In relation to Machi and Shizuku, who are two of the closest in height to the two boys in the Troupe, height discrepancies become a bit more clear. As Machi is 159cm and Shizuku is 160cm, making them one and two centimeters taller than Killua and five and six centimeters taller than Gon; seen in the Yorknew City Arc, the two girls are a full head taller than both boys despite being roughly the same height as Killua, albeit a bit taller. See for yourself.◊
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Ludd Was Right
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Neo-Green Life, an isolationist nation introduced in the Chimera Ant arc, examines the Ludd Was Right trope and how difficult and dangerous an "all natural" society would be in the modern world. NGL permits no technology newer than agriculture, meaning visitors must discard everything from synthetic clothing items to necessities like eyeglasses, tooth fillings, and medical implants at the border crossing or face execution. The checkpoint (conveniently located just outside of NGL's actual borders) must employ highly advanced technology like MRI and ultrasound in order to effectively enforce this policy. NGL citizens would likely do what they could to protect themselves on the micro scale (e.g. treating a family member's disease or fending off a wild animal), but problems on the macro scale (e.g. an epidemic or an out-of-control invasive species) are, according to NGL's philosophy, "nature taking its course" and are probably impossible for the government to address anyway. The country's low tech level also means information moves extremely slowly within NGL (the internet is used at the aforementioned checkpoint for international relations, but only handwritten correspondence is permitted within NGL proper), which allows the Chimera Ant infestation to get out of hand before international aid can be summoned. It's eventually revealed that the country's founder and ruler simply wanted to ruin people's lives.
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Face Death with Dignity
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Face Death with Dignity: The Chimera Ant King and Komugi.
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Crapsaccharine World
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Crapsaccharine World: A charming world full of funny creatures - and unfunny creatures, and bad, bad people. At first sight, both the manga and the anime seem like a standard shonen series. While there are a couple of dark moments from time to time in the early parts of the story, it isn't until the Yorknew City arc when it becames evident how dark and messed up the Hunter x Hunter world actually is.
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Weapons That Suck
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Weapons That Suck: Shizuku and "Deme-chan" / "Blinky."
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Humans Are Bastards
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Humans Are Bastards: A recurring theme near the end of the Chimera Ant arc, that humans can be just as ruthless and horrible as the ants. Especially when they break out the "Rose." Even then, it's possible to interpret the message that humans are at the top of the food chain because of our capacity for horrible things, and that it's through doing these horrible things that we evolve as a species. It's no coincidence that Meureum isn't defeated through brute human strength, but rather a nuclear detonation and it's subsequent radiation poisoning- what one could potentially argue as being one humanity's greatest weapons of all time, one powerful enough to subvert any individual's personal strength.
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Curb-Stomp Battle
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Curb-Stomp Battle: Gon vs. Pitou. Killua vs. every Hunter Exam applicant when he takes another shot at it.
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Cast of Snowflakes
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Cast of Snowflakes: Despite the many characters, each of them have a distinct appearance due to many different faces and hair colors.
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Infant Immortality
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Infant Immortality: Inverted in case of Reina, played with in case of Shidore.
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Say It with Hearts
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Say It with Hearts: Hisoka ♥ - he also says it with spades ♠, diamonds ♦, and clubs ♣ (in rare cases, he concludes his speech bubbles with a skull and crossbones symbol ☠); Biscuit occasionally uses hearts too, but hers look different ♡
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Fluffy the Terrible
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Fluffy the Terrible: A giant guard dog with a cutesy name guards the Zoldyck household. Even Gon is afraid of it.
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Magically Binding Contract
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Magically Binding Contract: Nen users are able to use this to bolster their abilities and become more proficient in nen types they aren't compatible with, usually by handicapping themselves in some way.
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Designated Bullet
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Designated Bullet: Kurapika's ability Chain Jail can only be used on members of the Phantom Troupe.
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Ambiguous Gender
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Ambiguous Gender: The official data book lists Alluka as male; two of Alluka's brothers (Illumi and Milluki) refer to Alluka as their brother. Killua, the person closest to Alluka, specifically states that Alluka is a girl and refers to Alluka as his sister multiple times. So Alluka’s biological sex may be masculine, while Killua's interactions show that Alluka’s self gender-identification is feminine.
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Condemned Contestant
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Condemned Contestant: As part of the Hunter Exam, a number of convicts are given instructions to waylay the examinees, with them getting a year off their sentence for each hour they take from the examinees' time. In addition, many of the NPCs on Greed Island are actually convicts, including Razor, one of the Game Masters. Since the Hunters themselves are not prosecuted for crimes (up to a certain degree), it seems that they have a sort of free rein over what goes and what doesn't. Anyone not smart or competent enough to acquire their get-out-of-jail-free card prior to breaking the law is hereby given a second chance.
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Shirtless Scene
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Shirtless Scene: Hisoka in the shower, and again later bathing in a lake. Hisoka is completely naked in the last scene, at least in the manga (his intimates covered up by a speech balloon, of all things). Gon and Killua don't seem too disturbed, but Biscuit, an older women who has the ability to turn into a little girl, has to run away and giggle furiously while red in the face. Gon and Killua don't seem too disturbed, until a naked Hisoka starts getting unabashedly turned on by their combat potential...
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Intimidation Demonstration
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Intimidation Demonstration: Early on, one of Kurapika's opponents punches a concrete wall, leaving huge cracks and chips in it, then reveals a tattoo resembling that of the Phantom Troupe as well as his kill count on his back. It turns out that he embedded a steel plate into one of his hands to enable him to punch with more force but can only do it once in a while as it really hurts, that the Spiders have a membership number on their tattoos, and that their kills are so numerous that they don't bother to count.
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Ambiguous Gender Identity
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Ambiguous Gender Identity: Alluka is referred to as a girl by Killua and dresses like a shrine maiden. The rest of her family, who barely consider her a person, refer to her as male and in a flashback it's shown she wore more androgynous clothes as a little kid, implying she's transgender.
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Jerk with a Heart of Gold
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Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Kurapika is a rather unapproachable person when he is first introduced. Though he mellows out, he does so only with Gon, Killua and Leorio; still, he is the second most stubborn person in the series (after Gon) by a large margin. By the time the Chimera Ant arc is finished (from which he was entirely absent), he gets even worse.
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Body Double
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One of the most graphical cases that are only barely censored is when Meruem kills the Body Double leader of East Gorteau. The censorship only moderately shades over the fact that his neck was torn, the back of his head splattered, an arm was ripped off, and his innards (and fat man breasts) were widely exposed in the aftermath of a One-Hit Kill. The anime just gets him turned into a bloody mess and keeps the aftermath off-screen. The dancers in the room at the time thankfully get a Gory Discretion Shot in comparison.
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Getting Crap Past the Radar
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Getting Crap Past the Radar: Aside from the gorn, the most obvious example would be Hisoka's sexual overtones towards battle. In the 2011 series, he even gets a rather onomatopoeic boner at the prospect of fighting Gon. A female character is literally named "to fuck" in French - Baise.
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Personality Powers
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Personality Powers: Nen is primarily based off of how the user is currently feeling. A particularly hateful or angry user, for instance, will produce a vile, stinging aura rather than the calm, neutral one that usually exudes from people.
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Shock and Awe
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Shock and Awe: Killua's Nen ability allows him to generate electricity.
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Variable-Length Chain
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Variable-Length Chain: Kurapika's weapon of choice after mastering Nen. The chain is his Nen.
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Wham Line
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Wham Line: From Chapter 344: Gon tries to use his Nen after being healed. "My aura... Isn't coming out...?" Previously, when Pitou reveals to Gon that they had killed Kite a long time ago. In the middle of chapter 311: "In a few hours, the [Chimera Ant] King will die!" Welfin ends the Chimera Ant arc by saying a single word that evaporates the remaining evil left in Meruem: "Ko... Mugi?" Hisoka to Kurapika via text message: "The corpses were fake."
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Wham Shot
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Wham Shot: There's an extremely touching scene in the Chimera Ant Arc where Gon manages to cheer up Killua by stating that he believes that Kite lived. We then cut to Pitou holding Kite's head, showing that not only did he lose the battle between him and Pitou, it cost him his life.
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Early Installment Weirdness
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Early Installment Weirdness: In the Hunter Exam Arc (before Nen was introduced), Gon used a fishing rod as a weapon, Kurapika had a set of batons, and Kite used a katana. Once the characters started using Nen, their starting weapons were dropped. Another small example of weirdness was that Killua used to have a skateboard.
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Blow Gun
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Blow Gun: Used to shoot a paralyzing dart at Gon. Ikalgo's flea rifle is air powered.
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Body Horror
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Body Horror: People on the receiving end of Illumi's pins, the people on the receiving end of Neferpito's ability. Gon after the Chimera Ant battle. Even Killua's terrified and he was a career assassin.
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Fat Bastard
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Fat Bastard: Tonpa. Look at the entry for Dirty Coward above.
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Surprise Creepy
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Surprise Creepy: You wouldn't guess it from the page image, but Hunter x Hunter is pretty dark for a shonen series. A lot of philosophical themes like the worth of the individual and the unfairness of the world are discussed, and topics like genocide, mass murder, inferiority, the idea of a Forever War come up during the infamous Chimera Ant arc. There is also a rather unsettling amount of serious violence even in the early points of the series- at one point during the Yorknew City arc, Uvogin, one of the resident bad guys, bites off part of a guys skull and uses the bones like bullets as he spits them at people.
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Broke Your Arm Punching Out Cthulhu
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Broke Your Arm Punching Out Cthulhu: Gon uses a Deadly Upgrade to kill Pitou. He sacrifices all his potential for one fight, turning himself into an emaciated corpse that the audience isn't shown much of, thankfully. He's later restored to normal, but has been Brought Down to Normal and can no longer use Nen, but it's unknown if he can simply go through the training again or if he's a normal person forever. And Netero stops his own heart to activate a bomb inside of his body in the hopes of killing Meruem. He nearly succeeds, but two of Meruem's Royal Guard heal him soon after...though it turns out the bomb was made with poison powerful enough to kill Meruem and anyone who comes into contact with him for too long.
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All Your Powers Combined
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All Your Powers Combined: Averted. Chrollo can steal others' Nen through a book, but he can only use one ability at a time until he developed a bookmark, which allows him to use both the ability on the page the bookmark is on and the page the book has been turned to. Chrollo still has a limit of two, or only one if the ability requires both hands to use though the fact that some of the abilities get stronger when the original owner dies and can stay in the book offers more possibilities as they can keep other abilities they're applied to active until used even if said ability's page is closed. Also the effectiveness of the techniques Chrollo uses are based on his own skills so they're only as effectives as his own natural proficiencies in each nen catagory Another aversion concerns Ging, who can imitate other people's Nen abilities; this however is not his Nen ability, as it's actually an innate skill. He shows it to prevent Pariston from learning about his actual Nen ability, which hasn't been shown. Yet another aversion concerns the Chimera Ant Squadron Leader Leol, who can conditionally steal other users Nen abilities; he has to see the ability first and then stores them in his mp3, which prints a little receipt that he then rips apart, allowing him to perform the ability once for one hour. However, he cannot use the ability if the subject has died, and he needs to do a "favour" to said person before being able to use the skill. A straight example would be the Chimera Ant King, who gains the ability to use Pouf's spiritual message and Youpi's transforming and rage based explosions after consuming a large portion of their bodies.
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Long-Runner Tech Marches On
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Long-Runner Tech Marches On: Happens due to the series being over 15 years old but with relatively little time passing in-universe. As a side effect of Technology Marches On and Webcomic Time, the in-universe Internet has seemingly become far more open and widely-used in the course of a year or so. Another side effect is that technology seems to have gotten a bit more advanced. Cell phones look like they've leapt ahead 5 years and at one point Killua is clearly using some kind of tablet PC. The Madhouse remake also retcons a few things, like VHS tapes turned into discs and a lot of the older-looking TVs in the show have been changed to LCDs. In the case of cell phones, they went from block-phones to flip phones, and now everyone's carrying smartphones, with no explanation whatsoever. That being said, abilities tied to now-obsolete technology keep their appearance, like with the iPod-looking Rental Pod and the early-00's cellphone Black Voice. With the case of the latter, the manga only depicts the back of the phone, dodging the drastically different appearances of cell phones nowadays.
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Affably Evil
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Affably Evil: Hisoka, at times; at the very least, his demeanor is very calm and courteous for a bloodthirsty murderer.
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Jumped at the Call
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Jumped at the Call: Gon.
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Adaptational Attractiveness
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Adaptational Attractiveness: Killua in the first anime is given a more mature look, including slanted eyes, a more older looking face, and noticeably taller build than fellow 12-year-old Gon; in the 2011 reboot, Killua is given a more "cute and younger" design, with large and round expressive eyes, a height deduction, slimmer build, and age equivalent face. Just◊ look◊. Some of the Weekly Shounen Jump magazine issues featured chapters composed mainly of scribbles and character designs lacking in detail making the anime renditions more attractive; all of the chapters though were redrawn afterwards so that doesn't hold true for their tankobon release. Pakunoda has a prettier face in the 2011 anime and even wears lipstick, in contrast to the manga and 1999 anime, which depicted her as more plain-looking.
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I Am Not Left-Handed
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I Am Not Left-Handed: This is the default attitude most Nen users have towards their powers. Many fighters go to great lengths to keep their opponents (along with anyone who might be observing the battle) from getting a proper understanding of what their particular Hatsu is and how it works, as doing so reveals the Nen's limitations and vulnerabilities. Being willing to reveal your Nen to another is either a gesture of complete trust or a sign of your confidence in your ability to use your Nen, despite your opponent knowing how it works (e.g. when Hisoka explains his Bungee Gum to Gon). As a consequence, many fights in the series are much more cerebral than your typical Shonen series' battles as the fighters spend much of the fight trying to figure out their opponent's Nen while trying to make use of their own without giving away its limitations.
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The Gadfly
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The Gadfly: Tonpa during the Hunter Exam arc, mostly to Leorio during the Third Phase. He consistently pointed out how much Leorio's opinions stood out from the rests of the group, as well as blamed him for the 50 hours they lost during his gambling session with one of the prisoners in the tower. It's not only for his own amusement, either; he's doing it to intentionally sabotage the team's chances of going to the next Phase.
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White-and-Grey Morality
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The Nanika/Election arc. The bad guy turns out to be decent, and the EldritchAbomination turns out to be a cute little monster. Gon is healed, and finally meets his dad. Considering the Hunterverse, the arc is refreshingly Lighter and Softer.
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Conviction by Counterfactual Clue
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Conviction by Counterfactual Clue: When the Phantom Troupe starts suspecting that they may have a traitor, Chrollo quickly handwaves the notion away saying that a traitor would be driven by the lust for money or fame, and no Troupe member would be interested in something so trivial. He completely ignores the possibility that the said member could be interested in something else, which was precisely the case with Hisoka.
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Psycho Supporter
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Psycho Supporter: Played frighteningly straight with Shaiapouf.
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Zombie Apocalypse
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Zombie Apocalypse: Illumi's Needle People carry this imagery, though they are actually closer to the traditional definition of a zombie i.e. a living person bound to the will and service of another.
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Death World
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Death World: The Dark Continent.
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But for Me, It Was Tuesday
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Kurapika's quest for revenge is a brutal deconstruction of But for Me, It Was Tuesday. If you galavant around the world killing whenever convenient, sooner or later you will piss of the wrong person.
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Manly Tears
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Manly Tears: The chimera ant Ikalgo has the tendency to cry when overwhelmed by emotion. At one decisive instance, he cries at his own inability to kill his fellow ant Bloster; thinking him a craven, Welfin tries to extort him and in turn Ikalgo roundly kicks his ass to complete submission. Bloster, whom Ikalgo spared, takes Reina (now an ant herself) back to her village to the arms of her mother. Grateful at him, the villagers offer Bloster food and shelter but he declines. In tears, Reina fetches him and pleads for him to stay. Moved by her grateful pleas and realizing that he literally has nothing else, Bloster cries and accepts to stay. Gon does this at the sight of Kite's mangled body, swearing to get him back to normal; unbeknownst to him, Kite was already dead, but alive in a diminutive chimera ant girl.
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Four-Temperament Ensemble
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Four-Temperament Ensemble: Gon is Sanguine, Killua is Phlegmatic, Kurapika is Melancholic, and Leorio is Choleric.
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Author Avatar
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Author Avatar: He even makes a cameo appearance as a plushie in the background of the manga.
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Dodgeball Is Hell
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Dodgeball Is Hell: A subarc of the Greed Island arc involves Gon, Killua, Bisk, Hisoka, and some minor characters in a dodgeball game. The players on the other team throw the ball with sufficient force to break bones. The players on the heroes' team, however, are battle-hardened people with lethal superpowers themselves. The captain of the opposing team, Razor, is so powerful that he inflicts The Worf Effect by his mere presence and is the only person shown so far to genuinely put Monster Clown Hisoka on edge.
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Militaries Are Useless
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Militaries Are Useless: Averted, unusually for a fantasy shonen story. Meruem, the strongest character in the series, is defeated not by another fighter's combat skills but by a deadly mass-produced WMD (or rather its poison, but the blast alone was enough to put him at death's door whereas Netero could only inflict superficial damage even with his most powerful attack). Muggles Do It Better indeed.
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Improbable Weapon User
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Improbable Weapon User: Practically the entire cast are Improbable Weapon Users. From dart boards to bank interest to mobile phones and even a giant pipe, the characters have it covered. Chrollo and his books, Shizuku and her vacuum cleaner. Cheerfully subverted with Leorio, who, when threatened, promptly pulls out a switchblade. A weapon so mundane that, in a Shonen series, it's approaching weird from the other side.
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The Remake
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The Remake: In just another one of the series come back from its hiatus, Jump's double issue #35-36 (2011) confirmed the rumors that Hunter X Hunter would get a new anime adaptation, the surprise was that it won't be a continuation from where the previous OVAs left off, it will be a complete remake, starting from the very begining of the manga. It continued for a few years before leaving off at an open-ended (though not unsatisfying) note at the end of the Chairman Election arc, due to said arc being the most completed arc at the time.
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Meaningful Name
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Meaningful Name: Meruem, according the the Chimera Ant Queen, means "The light that shines on everything." Meruem demonstrates the truth of this when he reaches a level of power where he is able to use his Nen on individual photons, and in the chapter titled "A Flash."
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Drama Queen
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By comparison, Pouf has the tendency of arriving to the wrong conclusions when faced with pressure and being a Drama Queen in general, and Youpi tends to not think things through. Albeit superficially aloof, Pitou works best when cornered.
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The Immodest Orgasm
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The Immodest Orgasm: Episode 128 of the anime. Technically it's not an orgasm but... can't tell more.
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Waif Prophet
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Waif Prophet: Neon, although with her father's wealth she is far more Spoiled Brat than Waif.
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Jigsaw Puzzle Plot
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Jigsaw Puzzle Plot: The original anime... Good lord, the original anime... It was to the point where they would occasionally stretch out one chapter of the manga over two episodes.
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Up to Eleven
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It's basically the concept of "Contract" in Nen. One can increase their overall power by putting restriction to their Nen or ability use (e.g. "I will only use this skill on Tuesdays"). The user's ability to abide by their own rules in using those skills affect the effectiveness of the mentioned skills, and breaking their own imposed rules may result in them losing their Nen. But they can even take a step further by setting "limitations" with higher stakes, such as risking their lives, as Kurapica did for his Chain Jail ability, which he swore he'll only use against the Phantom Troupe.
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Calling Your Attacks
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This also explains why Gon calls out his attacks (see Calling Your Attacks above). He has subconsciously put a condition on his Nen attack, meaning he has to say the attack out loud, otherwise it wouldn't be as destructive, or even activate.
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Godzilla Threshold
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Godzilla Threshold: The Hunter Association did view the Chimera Ants as an existential threat to all mankind (with good reason), so they resolved to use a weapon who's production is banned by an international treaty and called the "ultimate evil" by Palm Sbieria: The "Poor Man's Rose", the Hunter x Hunter universe's equivalent of a nuclear weapon, but in some aspects even more insidious: It is cheap, easy to produce, very compact, can be mass-produced fast and not only causes a big explosion, it also poisons the survivors and lets them even infect others. It is so compact or at least can be built compact enough to be implanted into people: Netero had a Poor Man's Rose with a fail-deadly trigger implanted into his body before going to battle against the ants. When he fought against Meruem the Ant king and saw that he wouldn't be strong enough to defeat him, he killed himself by stopping his heart, triggered the explosion, and mortally wounded the king. Even though he was restored to apparent health by his guard, he and the two guards died of the poison a few hours later.
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Idiot Ball
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Idiot Ball: Chrollo’s achievements and battle prowess indicate high intellectual potential. Despite this, however, he fails to even suspect that Hisoka may be betraying them. He also doesn’t compare and cross-analyse all of the predictions of future for his group members, which could’ve hinted on how to make all the members stay alive. This ultimately results in Pakunoda’s death. One could say that the only Doylist reasoning behind Komugi’s character was to make Meruem undermine his own safety on several occasions, because otherwise he was too powerful to be killed. On different occasions, Meruem: 1. makes his most watchful guard lose focus for several hours; 2. ditches all three of his guards; 3. doesn’t engage the enemy even after the said enemy proves to have considerable battle experience and power; 4. doesn’t withdraw from the battle when the enemy drives him into a corner and shows that it can launch and land a powerful attack almost instantaneously.
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Idiot Hero
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Specifically, the Idiot Hero and his frequent form of Cloud Cuckoolander instinctive ethics. Gon verges on Blue-and-Orange Morality sometimes, but it's just the kind of thing Incorruptible Pure Pureness frequently invokes, carried just far enough to be slightly creepy.
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Covers Always Lie
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Covers Always Lie: The early tankobon covers are deceptively lighthearted, featuring a lot of giant cartoony animals. Eventually, when the Yorknew arc starts up, the covers get darker and more representative of the series, but Togashi occasionally throws the audience a curveball, like a cover of the Phantom Troupe as adorable chibis (followed by a cover of Gon and Killua as very vicious-looking chibis.) The same thing goes for some of the opening themes, specifically the 1999 anime's first theme and the theme to the 2011 reboot. Both have a cheery, upbeat tone and lyrics that can be quite misleading.
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Colour-Coded for Your Convenience
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Colour-Coded for Your Convenience: The first ending for the 2011 Remake does this with the four main characters. Gon - Green Killua - Purple Kurapika - Red Leorio - Yellow
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Put on a Bus: Leorio & Kurapika for the Chimera Ant Arc (which lasted nearly 10 years in real life, much to the frustration of their fans). Then Leorio returned during the 13th Chairman Election Arc, with Kurapika reappearing for the following arc. Ironically, it looks like Gon's inseparable companion Killua has been put on a bus, since he's off to travel with his sister Alluka for a bit. Gon (you know, the series' protagonist) too, thanks to having lost his ability to use Nen. He's currently doing 2 years of school homework. Chrollo Lucifer was put on a bus since the Yorknew City Arc, or since he was effectively conditioned by Kurapika. As such, not even the Phantom Troupe know where the hell he is, but are still trying to relieve him from the conditioning. He does make a return later, nearly 200 chapters after his last appearance, fighting Hisoka in the Heavens Arena. Neon and Light Nostrade haven't been seen from even before Kurapika took over their business. This one can even be considered an example of What Happened to the Mouse?, since without Neon’s Specialization the family’s power will likely perish.
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Fantastic Fragility
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Fantastic Fragility: The raw power of a Nen increases if you add weaknesses and conditions. E.g. Shizuku's and Coltopi's powers don't work on living beings; Genthru's main ability won't activate until he explains it; Kurapika will die if he uses Chain Jail on someone outside of the Phantom Troupe (in order to avert He Who Fights Monsters). On a different note, Kurapika learns from Mizaistom that the person who holds the Kurtas' eyes, a Prince of Kakin; as he is not in the Phantom Troupe, this poses a quandary to Kurapika's powers. This also explains why Gon calls out his attacks (see Calling Your Attacks above). He has subconsciously put a condition on his Nen attack, meaning he has to say the attack out loud, otherwise it wouldn't be as destructive, or even activate. Killua was conditioned by Illumi to retreat every time he faces an enemy he doesn't know he can defeat. Though it's long argued that his training led him to be conditioned, Illumi's influence is entirely artificial, as he put a Nen needle in Killua's brain. The chimera ant Meleoron explains that his abilities render him and anyone he touches effectively invisible and imperceptible, but they are still wholly vulnerable to damage.
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Super Empowering
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And at one point their helpful mentor states outright that he suspects his latest students are monsters and he regrets having taught them anything. And no one becomes a master at the end of the arc.
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Super Cell Reception
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Super Cell Reception: Pretty much everyone, from the 12-year-old protagonists, to the gang of bandits that Shalnark's a member of, to the Chimera Ant commanders have and use cellphones to communicate with each other over distances. Gon and Killua's beetle-shaped phones, in particular, are described as being able to get service nearly anywhere in the world.
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Off with His Head!
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Kurtopi and Shalnark didn't even get past one chapter of their debut comeback before they're brutally slaughtered by Hisoka.
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Animation Bump
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Animation Bump: The 2011 anime is generally very well animated, but it really ups the ante for particularly emotional scenes or important fights. Some examples of the latter are Gon vs. Hisoka and Netero vs King Meruem.
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Small Role, Big Impact
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Small Role, Big Impact: Abengane barely interacts with Gon and the others and has little screentime during the Greed Island arc. However, he is one of the few to escape the Bomber with his life and ultimately tells the heroes how Genthru's abilities work allowing them to come up with a strategy to defeat him. He's also the one to remove the seal on Chrollo's nen.
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Breaking the Bonds
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Breaking the Bonds: Gon and Killua do this to show that they're to be taken seriously when taken hostage by the Phantom Troupe.
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Open Secret
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Open Secret: The training and use of Nen is supposed to be a big secret in the world, only known to those who walk deep into the path of becoming a hunter and rare individuals. However, at least in the remake anime, everyone from the 200th floor and up of the Celestial Arena are Nen users, with showy Nen battles, open to a very large betting public and ALSO probably televised around the world. The commentator of the fights even talks about the use of Nen from the fighters in the arena. The only possible way for Nen to be the secret it was supposed to is if the Celestial Arena was the less popular than Public Access networks, which it can't be if it can afford to pay the winners up to the 200th floor upwards to MILLIONS of Jenny per win (about 100$ Jenny equals to about US$ 1). It is also jarring how pathetically weak the contestants of the tower are up to the 200th floor, at which point it seems to change the virtually flat difficulty curve of the tower with a 90º angle. It is also odd that Killua wasn't taught about it in his family, considering he was a prodigy taught about all else in assassination, the lack of Nen training is glaring. Ostensibly, his restrictions regarding the knowledge of Nen are imposed by his parents and older brother in order to "keep him safe" according to them. Killua mentioned that his father sent him to Heavens Arena at the age of eight, and told him not to come back until he reached the 200th floor. This was probably when Silva intended to breach the topic with him, but Killua decided to leave on his own immediately upon getting there, which likely made Silva reconsider how ready Killua really was.
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Breather Episode
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Breather Episode: The Nanika/Election arc. The bad guy turns out to be decent, and the EldritchAbomination turns out to be a cute little monster. Gon is healed, and finally meets his dad. Considering the Hunterverse, the arc is refreshingly Lighter and Softer. The Greed Island arc, more or less. Especially since it takes place between two very dark storylines, and mainly involves Gon and Killua training and exploring a virtual world that's actually real while finding items to return home. Things don't get too serious until the end, and while Genthru is a major threat, he's nothing compared to the antagonists who came before or after him. A sub-plot example: Surprisingly, the Villain Episode with the Phantom Troupe (episodes 96-97) in the Chimera Ant Arc is this. While its placement is early enough to not be in the darkest parts of the arc, it still manages to lighten the mood after the horrific content we've seen, with its campy Monster of the Week, being more action packed, and the lack of tension compared to what else is going on in the Arc.
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Large Ham
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Large Ham: Kuckle Bine and the chimera ants Ikalgo and Rammot; Leorio also has his moments of this.
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Interspecies Romance
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Interspecies Romance: Meruem and Komugi, it was being subtly developed along the Chimera Ants arc, mostly one-sided by Meruem's infatuation with Komugi, although in the arc's climax/closure it was developed into a mutual relationship.
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What Happened to the Mouse?
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Neon and Light Nostrade haven't been seen from even before Kurapika took over their business. This one can even be considered an example of What Happened to the Mouse?, since without Neon’s Specialization the family’s power will likely perish.
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Truth in Television
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Truth in Television: While it it seems odd how people would willingly apply for a competition as unforgiving and archaic as the Hunter Exam, there do exist similar events in real life. For example, the Barkley Marathons, where not only is the actual marathon course physically grueling note navigating all of the elevation changes on the route is effectively the equivalent of scaling Mount Everest, but is also filled with archaic rules and regulations specifically designed to confuse and demoralize contestants.
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Those Two Bad Guys
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Those Two Bad Guys: Illumi and Hisoka.
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Quirky Miniboss Squad
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Quirky Miniboss Squad: The Phantom Troupe and the Chimera Ant captains.
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Lovable Traitor
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Lovable Traitor: Hiso-Hiso ♥
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Protagonist-Centered Morality
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Gon Freecs has distinct shades of this. He isn't The Unfettered, because he is guided by a strong sense of right and wrong, but as the counterfeiter he hangs out with finally realizes, "He doesn't care about the good and the bad." It's easy enough to peg him as Chaotic Good, but that doesn't really do him justice. Neither the readers nor the other characters can really predict where his moral sense will take him, and he surprises even his best friend (a child assassin) a lot. A serial killer once trained him and Killua, and he cheerfully allowed the person to go free afterward even after it was pointed out that this would cause more young women to get eaten, because "he helped us" (though said serial killer later turned himself in out of appreciation for Gon). After one of the Phantom Troupe is killed by Kurapika, Gon and Killua are captured by his best friend, who suspects them of involvement and rants, in tears, about how much it hurts to have lost his blowing-stuff-all-to-hell partner. And Gon responds with sudden fury, because he had assumed that the Troupe's members could do such horrible things because they didn't understand how much it hurt to lose people, which meant he couldn't hold it against them, but if they can and still do it they're so incomprehensibly evil he wants to end them. Tonpa admits how much he enjoys watching people fail miserably and die taking the hunter exams, which infuriates everyone else... except Gon, who continues treating him like a friend because he inadvertently helped them with his cowardice. Hanzo broke his arm during the hunter exam and when he threatened Gon's life, Gon simply said that "they would have to settle things in a different way" because if he died then Hanzo would lose (Gon not at all realizing the implication of the threat or simply didn't care about dying at all). He uses Komugi, a blind, innocent girl who’s been mortally injured, as a hostage to ensure Neferpitou doesn't try to escape before bringing Kite back, and even threatens to kill her if s/he does. To sum it up Gon has a simple world view, lives in the moment and judges people by their personalities and his experiences with them.
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Back from the Dead
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As for the last chapter, Kite seems to be alive.
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Spell My Name with an
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Spell My Name with an "S": To give just one example: Kuroro Lucifer? Chrollo Lusilfer? Quwrof Wrlccywrlir? How about having to choose between surnaming Killua as Zoldick or Zaoldyeck? Or Jin/Gin/Jing/Ging Freaks/Freeccs? And then we move into the Chimera generals, with names like Neferpitou, Shiapouf, and Menthuthuyupi. And since the "official" romanizations are pure gibberish in many cases, no two fan translations are ever consistent. Even on this very PAGE there are vastly different spellings for the same character's name. Even the official translations from Viz use the company's own interpretations instead of the official books, though if at least one makes sense, it will go with that one (as is the case of Chrollo). An in-universe example. Ging Freeccs forced his friend Wdwune (the guy who gave out the last card in Greed Island) to change his name to Dwun despite his friend's fervent protest. An out-universe example. For a long time, the dodgeball player in the Greed Island game had his name translated as "Laser," until it was revealed that the "R" in the "Greed Island" title stood for his name's first letter. So it was changed to "Razor." According to the databook, the official spelling for Kurapika and the Phantom Troupe are: Kurapika - Curarpikt Hisoka - Hyskoa Chrollo Lucilfer - Quwrof Wrlccywrlir Uvogin - Wbererguin Shizuku - Chzzok Pakunoda - Phalcnothdk Machi - Matiy Phinks - Phynkss Feitan - Heytun Kortopi - Colhtophy Shalnark - Syarnorke Franklin - Fulunkln Bonolenov - Vonnornoth
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Go Mad from the Revelation
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Go Mad from the Revelation: In Neferpitou’s and Meruem’s cases, the sheer intensity and strength of their aura can be so overwhelming for a regular Nen-user, that even a momentary exposure to it can have severe permanent psychological and physiological consequences. Knov, for instance, who was specifically picked up for the highest-threat and highest-difficulty level mission against Chimera Ants, became almost completely demoralised after seeing just the brink of Neferpitou’s aura at close range and soon after lost almost all hair on his head. Similarly, Welfin rapidly aged and his fur fell out when he felt the King’s killing intent focused on him.
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Anachronic Order
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Anachronic Order: The actual Invasion during the "Chimera Ant" arc hops between multiple scenes happening simultaneously.
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Wham Episode
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Wham Episode: There are many examples in HxH, but Ging delivers a truly epic revelation when Gon catches up with him in Chapter 338. We discover that the known world map, referenced throughout the series, is actually a collection of islands at the center of a giant lake, and the rest of the world is both vast and unexplored by humanity.
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Tournament Arc
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Tournament Arc: The Hunter Exam arc ends in a tournament, though it differs from your standard shonen tournament in that every match is a submission match (you must get your opponent to explicitly forfeit the match), and killing results in an instant disqualification. Instead of being the champion, the goal is to not be the one loser. Due to the forfeit requirement, the tournament is more of a series of intense conversations than actual fights. It also leads to an interesting match where Gon wins the fight by getting the crap beaten out of him so hard that his opponent forfeits for fear of killing him because he refuses to submit. Subverted in the Heaven's Arena arc. The tournament itself isn't the goal — the reasoning behind Killua and Gon's participation from the beginning was to earn money and gain experience. This fact is even lampshaded several times: When the woman registering the fighters tells Gon and Killua what awaits at the top floor both of them just say that they aren't interested; and when Kastro tells Killua that he'll meet Killua at the battle Olympia he receives a similar response.
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The Voiceless
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The Voiceless: The Chimera Ant Reina was a little girl who was captured by the ants and transformed into her new form. With the ants, she serves as a page to the ant Hina under Leol's orders. Hina long suspects that she can talk, but she's either unable or unwilling and she correctly concludes that Reina is actually very young. Turns out, Reina was so sad and scared that she was unable to talk until Bolster reunited her with her grieving human mother. The Chimera Ant Queen and her first ant offspring lack the physiological features to allow them to vocalize, so they mostly communicate via telepathy. It's not until the queen tries anthropophagy that her subsequent offspring develop the ability to talk.
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Dangerous Forbidden Technique
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Dangerous Forbidden Technique: When Gon asks Netero how did Killua accomplish his Rhythm Echo technique in the Midnight Ball Game, Netero simply says that there’s no need for Gon to need or use something like that. Kurapika puts conditions on his Nen to increase its power, but it will kill him if he doesn't follow the strict code. Gon forcefully ages his body to increase his power, causing such trauma that his life will be shortened, and he may even lose his Nen powers.
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Superpower Lottery
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Superpower Lottery: Within some limits. There are six different schools of Nen you you can end up with that is random, and each school determines what type of powers you can develop for yourself. Ideally, the user develops the powers that are closer to his gradually and through a lifetime of training; this rule can only be averted if the user basically has a death wish and complete abandon like Kurapika and Gon and even that has its own limitations and rules.
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Ignored Epiphany: The Chimera Ant king has several of these.
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Ludicrous Gift Request
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Ludicrous Gift Request: Nanika asks for three things before granting a wish, and while these can start out as innocuous, Nanika can easily ask for lethal things, such as one's spine or liver. Worse still, this is An Offer You Can't Refuse because doing so will instantly kill you and a number of people proportional to the scale of the last wish granted.
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Femme Fatale
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In the Yorknew City Arc, Nostrade lackey Squala argues that he would not spill any information to the prospective bodyguard candidates, so Femme Fatale Baise plants one on his lips. Her Nen ability turns Squala into a masochistic slave for three hours(on the Animes, she stomps him in his face; on the Manga, she even stomps him on the groin, much to his pleasure), removing all resistance from him.
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Bequeathed Power: Pakunoda gets afflicted with a curse that causes her to die if she talks about anything related to her attacker. She makes her way back to the organization she works for and uses her powers one last time, to insert what she knows about her attacker into their memories so they all have detailed information about this assailant.
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Art Shift
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Art Shift: This is more in lieu to the author's hiatus, but one can see he was really rushing at the end of the Greed Island arc. The artwork looks on par with that of a sketchbook and yet SJ still published it. Togashi's sketches in the chapters around the beginning of the Dark Continent arc are also very erratic, with some character designs dramatically changing following hiatus (like he was trying to perfect their designs) and quality bouncing between highly detailed and very rough (in some panels, Kurapika doesn't even have a nose).
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Heads or Tails?
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Heads or Tails?: Members of the Spiders flip a coin to settle disputes.
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Five-Man Band
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Five-Man Band dynamics also played straight and deconstructed. Interesting because Gon, Killua, Kurapika, and Leorio map onto the team from Togashi's first big series— namely The Overpowered Idiot Hero (Gon and Yusuke), the Small Scary Killer (Killua and Hiei), the Smart Pretty Boy (Kurapika and Kurama), and the Big Idiot With A Heart Of Gold (Leorio and Kuwabara). Of course, Yusuke and Hiei weren't the best of friends, but the group had about as little cohesion—which is to say, everyone pursued their own goals, and fell back together by circumstance. However, when one looks at HunterXHunter, those dynamics become a little different. Hisoka came back. The rest of the Phantom Troupe appeared to have a Villain Episode wiping out a local outbreak of the new Big Bad. Even members of the Zoldyck family show up every now and then, especially Zeno and Silva. Leorio is not likely to do so because of his studies, nor is Kurapika, due to his seemingly never ending quest to avenge his family name; Leorio returns in the Election arc, and they both re-enter the plot in the Dark Continent arc, with Kurapica in particular getting a lot of focus.
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The Bus Came Back
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Leorio & Kurapika for the Chimera Ant Arc (which lasted nearly 10 years in real life, much to the frustration of their fans). Then Leorio returned during the 13th Chairman Election Arc, with Kurapika reappearing for the following arc. Ironically, it looks like Gon's inseparable companion Killua has been put on a bus, since he's off to travel with his sister Alluka for a bit. Gon (you know, the series' protagonist) too, thanks to having lost his ability to use Nen. He's currently doing 2 years of school homework.
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Monster Clown
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Monster Clown: Hisoka.
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Villain of Another Story
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Villain of Another Story: The main character Gon becomes friends with is Killua, a kid that comes from a family of professional hitmen. While Killua is nice to Gon, at least at first, he's way less moral, and they even have to face people wanting to take revenge on him for the things that his family did.
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Children Forced to Kill
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Children Forced to Kill: Killua is an example. Being a member of a Big, Screwed-Up Family of assassins, he's taught to kill from infancy, and forced into the life of an assassin without being given much of any choice in the matter. He was murdering people before he turned 6, and by the time he appears in the show at age 12, he's already killed hundreds of people.
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Beware the Superman
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Beware the Superman: The Phantom Troupe. The Chimera Ants. And it certainly isn't unheard of among regular hunters.
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Interclass Friendship
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Interclass Friendship: Gon comes from a small fishing island. His best friend Killua is the scion of an obscenely rich family of assassins.
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Sleep Cute
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Sleep Cute: Gon and Killua in this precious moment◊.
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Cerebus Rollercoaster
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Cerebus Rollercoaster: The tonal structure of each arc swaps between light and dark tones.
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Not So Different
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Not So Different: The main underlying theme of the late Chimera Ant arc is that the supposedly heroic humans and the supposedly monstrous Chimera Ants are mirror images of each other, or rather, "two sides of the same coin". This is occasionally symoblized by the black-and-white imagery of the Gungi pieces, as well as the lyrics (and visuals) of the ending theme Hyouri Ittai:
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Stealth Mentor
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Stealth Mentor: Hisoka shows hints of this at times, but who knows what his motives are: It could be that he's simply batshit insane. At least a part of his motives is that he simply wants to fight strong opponents. At present he's doing his best to help Chrollo get his nen powers back so he can fight him, and he also wants Gon to grow into a fighter powerful enough to give him a helluva fight. Also helps Killua out by tricking Illumi into revealing his killing intent so that Killua knows to avoid the area Illumi is in, because Killua is on a mission to save Gon. Though also subverted later on as Hisoka wonders if he should just kill Alluka to make Killua hate him and then kill Killua to make Illumi hate him so he has at least one strong opponent out of the three (Gon, Killua and Illumi) left, and gets to fight the second.
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Crippling Overspecialization
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Crippling Overspecialization: Komugi is the best Gungi player alive by a large margin, but this has left her severely lacking in all other aspects of her life; she is timid, fragile and borderline stupid. As she argues, playing Gungi is the only thing that prevents her from being either destitute or even dead.
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The Family That Slays Together
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The Family That Slays Together: The Zoldyck Family are a family of assassins.
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Family-Unfriendly Death
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Family-Unfriendly Death: Most deaths in this series, and there's quite a bunch of them.
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Eldritch Location
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Eldritch Location: The Dark Continent is somewhere between this and Death World. It is unfathomably larger and more hostile to human life than anything in the Known World. It is enticing to human explorers since it contains many strange materials with amazing properties, but it is infested with horrendously dangerous fauna, some- like Ai (heavily implied to be the species Nanika belongs to) possessing inexplicable reality-bending powers. Among the sapient life forms native to the Dark Continent is the mysterious "Guide" who allows entrance to the place, but curses humanity by sending them some local atrocity each time an expedition ends in failure / near-total decimation of all participating explorers (which is to say, all documented expeditions to the Dark Continent so far).
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Kill It with Fire
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Kill It with Fire: Feitan's Rising Sun. Though fire might be a little too soft a word... Bashio also uses his ability this way, though it is much weaker.
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Foreshadowing
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Foreshadowing: At the beginning of the raid on the Chimera Ant Palace in East Gorteau, Morel decides to test Gon and see if he's really able to come onto the team. Gon then thinks of Kite's butchering at Pitou's hands and gives an extremely unnerving Death Glare, before powering up one of the most devastating Ja-Janken's seen yet. This is a major hint that Gon is not mentally well during this arc, and it further hints at the fact that Gon's hate for Pitou will give him immense power. Adding on to this, after the Zevil Island phase of the Hunter Exam, Gon confides in Kurapika that he feels frustrated and scared that he couldn't do anything to defend himself from Hisoka. These feelings will not go away anytime soon.
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My Nayme Is
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Well, sort of... One of the characters involved in the creation of Greed Island had his name changed by the protagonist's father to make the acronym work, which appears to be a sore spot for him to this day
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Continuity Nod
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Continuity Nod: During the Chimera Ant Arc, Killua tells a villain that he mastered the game of darts when he was six (or seven, he can't remember). During a flashback in the 13th Chairman Election Arc, Killua is seen to be about that age, talking with his parents about Alluka and (very masterfully) playing darts.
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Black Magic
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Black Magic: On, as compared to Nen. While Nen is more of a neutral force that can be used for either good or ill, On draws explicitly from hatred, corrupts or poisons anyone who doesn't give themselves completely to the power, and requires steep contracts of its practitioners, such as the female user whose power activates only when she commits suicide. The succession contest arc of the series also appears to invoke this, with the entire affair using elements of the kodoku, a Japanese curse that places a number of poisonous insects in a jar, forcing them to kill and devour one another, until the sole remaining one and its poison are then used as a curse. The ceremony that begins the war utilizes an urn, and the nen beasts that are created as a result are sometimes referred to as “worm toxins.” The Black Whale ship where the contest takes place is implied to be the “urn,” with some statements suggesting that the entire ships population might be part of the spell.
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Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas
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Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas: The very reason Colt betrays the Chimera Ant King. As such, Colt retains the memories of a human boy that was tasked by his own mother to protect his sister Reina. This is why Colt tries to preserve the Queen's legacy and structure, albeit unsuccessfully, not only as her son, but as her second-in-command too.
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It's Personal
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It's Personal: Happens very often in Hunter X Hunter where bad guy will incure the wrath of the heroes (usually Gon). Since the Phantom Troupe killed his entire village and family, Kurapika's got this in spades.
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Rock–Paper–Scissors
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Rock–Paper–Scissors: A badass attack even.
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Evil Luddite
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Evil Luddite: The citizens of Neo-Green Life reject any technology newer than agriculture. While they seem to do this because they feel strongly about preserving nature, their extreme take on the ideology is quickly shown to be impractical and dangerous—having medical implants is a capital offense, and no one in NGL would try to stop an epidemic, for example. The country's founder is later revealed to have created NGL because he had a hellish upbringing and wanted to ruin other people's lives on a grand scale.
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Life Energy
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Life Energy: It's called Nen in this series, and per the norm, it enables Ki Manipulation of various varieties, including the ability to enhance senses and shoot energy.
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Reunion Vow
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Reunion Vow: After saving Killua from his evil family, Gon, Killua, Kurapika, and Leorio go their separate ways, but vow to meet up one year later in Yorknew City.
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Eye Scream
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Eye Scream: The Phantom Rouge movie manages to be chock-full of this despite said eye-trauma being magic-induced and bloodless. Only dolls and corpses are ever shown with empty sockets, but there's just something unsettling about knowing that one (and later two) of the main characters is wandering around with their eyes pulled out.
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Half-Human Hybrid
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Half-Human Hybrid: The Chimera Queen absorbs the DNA of anything she eats and gives birth to hybrid children, and the Chimera King can mate with the female of any species and turn her into a Chimera Queen.
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Award-Bait Song
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Award-Bait Song: The fourth ending of the 2011 anime, Nagareboshi Kirai, which takes place during the emotionally-heavy Chimera Ant arc and has a much more low-key sound than the previous three ending themes.
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Election Day Episode
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In the Alluka/Election Arc of the 2011 anime, we see Alluka playing with some familiar looking dolls in one of the flashbacks. Extra points for this shout-out since Togashi is married to Sailor Moon's manga-ka.
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Obfuscating Stupidity
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Obfuscating Stupidity: Biscuit, Netero, and Gon to a degree.
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Meet Cute
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Meet Cute: Subverted and lampshaded during the Greed Island arc with "Love-Love, The City of Romance" which is "famous for its easy meetings": Various Moe-looking characters crash into the main characters, lose their glasses, and generally need rescuing, but the main characters (mostly) ignore them because they've got a mission to complete.
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Not So Stoic
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Not So Stoic: The Phantom Troupe's coda argues that since the world gave up on them, they do not care for anyone's life, unless of course someone does come to respect their lives and existence as Gon, Killua and Kurapika show to Pakunoda. The very notion makes the Troupe stop their pursuit of the trio and focus on relieving Chrollo from his conditioning. Subverted with Chrollo; he makes an effort to prevent Neon Nostrade from being harmed once he steals her powers; the original owners should be alive in order for their skills to continue working for him (Ch. 123, p. 4◊). Were Neon to die, the page with her skill would disappear from his book and he would no longer be able to use it. Still, she doesn't have to be in mint condition as he delivered her, only letting her live is enough.
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Super Strength
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Super Strength: Several of the characters are absurdly strong even before you factor in Nen, as demonstrated above with Charles Atlas Superpower.
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Adaptational Jerkass
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Adaptational Jerkass: Killua is an Anti-Hero in all versions of Hunter × Hunter; however, in the 1999 anime adaptation, there are more allusions to his dangerous Creepy Child nature from the get go.
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Red Eyes, Take Warning
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Red Eyes, Take Warning: Kurapika.
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Time to Unlock More True Potential
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Time to Unlock More True Potential: Wing and the Heavens Arena arc. Biscuit, who was also Wing's teacher.
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Warrior Poet
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Warrior Poet: Bashio, quite literally. His Nen ability is to make whatever he writes in a Haiku happen, with the effect being stronger the better the poem is. Netero is somewhat of a calligrapher.
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Brawn Hilda
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Brawn Hilda: Biscuit, at least in her true form. Tsubone is this plus Cool Old Lady and Battle Butler.
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Humanity Is Infectious
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Humanity Is Infectious: And yet the better human qualities, like the ability to learn and change, and the ability to express empathy for others is ultimately what shines through in a lot of cases. By the end, not a single malicious ant is left alive, and even the morally ambiguous ones are looking for a positive goal in life.
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Bee Bee Gun
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Bee Bee Gun: Ponzu, a competitor in the first Hunter Exam. Though not bees, the chimera ant Ikalgo can shoot weaponized bullet-shaped fleas through his air rifle. The flea hits prevent the victim's blood from clotting, which would induce death by blood loss.
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Soundtrack Dissonance
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Soundtrack Dissonance: The new anime has this at times.
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Asskicking Equals Authority
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Asskicking Equals Authority: The Chimera Ant hierarchy. The Hunter Association is kind of like this, though there's actual politics behind it. Presumably badassness is just a major consideration in voting. Subverted with the Phantom Troupe. Chrollo Lucifer is their leader, but he is nowhere near the strongest combatant in the Troupe. As a matter of fact their rank has very little to do with their abilities, though they do keep an informal tally on who's strongest in different areas like actual combat and arm wrestling, for example.
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Idiosyncratic Episode Naming
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Idiosyncratic Episode Naming: The X 2011 Anime X Episodes.
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Cartesian Karma
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Cartesian Karma: Possibly subverted when one of the side characters gets kidnapped by the ants, brainwashed and altered to be one of them. She eventually comes to her senses, and as Killua points out, Gon's not one to judge and the Hunter organization isn't going to persecute her just because she's now a chimera ant. Also it's a pivotal point played straight with Gon. Blinded by his rage, he activates a technique that allows him to rapidly age/grow and defeat an enemy vastly superior to himself. Unfortunately after calming down, he's still mutated and puts himself on the brink of death. Also his teacher and role-model Kaito, who is made into a living rag doll for the ants to manipulate that Gon desperately wishes to bring back. The realization that he can't do so, and Kaito truly is 'dead' is what pushes Gon into the transformation alluded to above.
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Oh, Crap!
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Oh, Crap!: Majitani gets two over his fight with Kurapika; the latter lets him know that he shouldn't be bragging and lying by saying that he's from the Phantom Troupe by beating the living lights out of him, and later, he has to stop pretending he's unconscious once Leorio tries to make him plunge into the abyss surrounding the ring. Hisoka◊, when he realizes that a mishap with Alluka's powers might kill him too. Illumi◊, when he realizes that his accidental Killing Intent outburst might've frightened Killua away. Meruem, when he realizes that Netero had one last ace up his sleeve that he had planned on using from the very start.
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Arc Villain
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The Greed Island arc, more or less. Especially since it takes place between two very dark storylines, and mainly involves Gon and Killua training and exploring a virtual world that's actually real while finding items to return home. Things don't get too serious until the end, and while Genthru is a major threat, he's nothing compared to the antagonists who came before or after him.
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For the Evulz
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Tonpa and his group deliberately invoke this trope. While they may seem like clumsy, reckless fools, their main goal is to get other contestants to fail the Hunter Exam and have fun doing it. This really shines through when Tonpa gives Gon's group (and by extension the audience) an in-depth look at how mob mentality breaks a group apart.
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Avenging the Villain
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Avenging the Villain: What the Phantom Troupe want to do to Kurapika for Killing Uvo, Pakudona, and sealing their leader's abilities so that he's powerless. This also seems to be Chrollo's new motive now that Hisoka has betrayed the Phantom Troupe and killed off Kortopi and Shalnark as a parting shot.
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Expospeak
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Expo Speak: A lot of detail on the world is woven through the series explaining how the setting is a Crapsack World.
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Inside a Computer System
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Greed Island Arc: The "deadly game" arc, in which the heroes must compete and win a game to survive; Inside a Computer System is thrown in for good measure. The Hunter x Hunter world is certainly different from ours, but the technology level is fairly similar...meaning the idea of literally transporting dozens of humans into a computer game is absurd. Through the clever use of Nen, the contestants are actually teleported to another real-world location, meaning the horrific injuries Gon and crew suffer are very real. This also examines the rather horrific situation of coming to Greed Island and not having Nen—Gon's group manages to start a collection of cards just by trading people a way out of the game.
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Be Careful What You Wish For
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Be Careful What You Wish For: This is the basis of Alluka Zoldyck's Nen. If you grant three of her requests, she'll grant you one wish. But the wish often has unintended consequences, and the bigger it is, the more severe her requests become (to the point of asking someone to give her their organs). Whoever denies four consecutive requests dies on the spot, along with the person they care about most, and a number of other people in the closest degrees of separation from them (the number depending on the last wish's severity). However, this is all completely averted for selfless or compassionate wishes, which just make Alluka sleepy and bypass the entire request system. Apparently the rules don't really apply to Killua, but he might be the only exception. He doesn't need to fulfill Alluka's three requests before being granted a wish. All he has to do is ask nicely. It's been revealed that Killua can even order Nanika to do things instead of asking as well. Such as sending Illumi home. In the Yorknew City Arc, Nostrade lackey Squala argues that he would not spill any information to the prospective bodyguard candidates, so Femme Fatale Baise plants one on his lips. Her Nen ability turns Squala into a masochistic slave for three hours(on the Animes, she stomps him in his face; on the Manga, she even stomps him on the groin, much to his pleasure), removing all resistance from him.
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Convection Schmonvection
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Convection Schmonvection: Averted with Feitan's power Rising Sun, which creates a miniature star which does exactly what you expect it to do: It produces tremendous heat and thus quickly and violently burns down everything within a perimeter of several dozens of meters.
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Coming-of-Age Story
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Coming-of-Age Story: Almost everything Gon goes through in the story is actually his father's way of testing him. Killua's essentially going through the same process, trying to unlearn what his family's been drilling into his head for years and starting to open up to people.
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Leave the Camera Running
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Leave the Camera Running: The 5th episode of the first OVA has a scene near the end which consists of the camera zooming out of Pakunoda's face while she has numerous flashbacks (in transparent). This lasts for about 1 minute and 30 seconds.
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Moral Myopia
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Moral Myopia: Something of a theme in the series. Many of the antagonists have no compunction about slaughtering others for fun or convenience, but nevertheless remain deeply loyal to their own friends and family.
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Take That!
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Take That!: At the North Korean government, as seen in the Republic of East Gorteau, a dictatorial country that parallels with a country of the same name at its West side. It's ruled by a Supreme Leader whose name, Ming Jol-ik, is an portmanteau of the former dictator Kim Jong-il. Also, at China. The country's capital city is called Peijin.
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Author Filibuster
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Author Filibuster: Killua's rant in Chapter 230 about despotic governments.
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People Puppets
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People Puppets: Neferpitou, Illumi, and Shalnark. Shalnark can even hypnotize himself to make him stronger.
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Villain Episode
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A sub-plot example: Surprisingly, the Villain Episode with the Phantom Troupe (episodes 96-97) in the Chimera Ant Arc is this. While its placement is early enough to not be in the darkest parts of the arc, it still manages to lighten the mood after the horrific content we've seen, with its campy Monster of the Week, being more action packed, and the lack of tension compared to what else is going on in the Arc.
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Cycle of Revenge
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Cycle of Revenge: The Phantom Trouple killed the Kuruta tribe, so Kurapika killed Uvogin, so Nobunaga wants Kurapika dead...
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Blood Knight
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Blood Knight: Hisoka again. The only reasons he's helped out the main characters is because he wants to fight them once their powers are fully developed. Ditto his involvement with the Phantom Troupe, except he wants to fight Chrollo.
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Aerith and Bob
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Aerith and Bob: Names such as Gon, Razor, List, and Biscuit are quite odd in real life. Considering this is a completely different world that's to be expected, however there are also plenty of normal Japanese names like Nobunaga, Menchi, and Kikyo to name a few.
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Knife Nut
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Knife Nut: Palm.
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Prophecy Twist
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Prophecy Twist: The line "the Spider will lose half its legs" is interpreted as five members dying, but while there are twelve "legs" in the Spider, a real spider only has eight. At the end of the Yorknew City arc, Pakunoda and Uvogin died, Hisoka defected, and Chrollo was estranged, so half the legs of a spider were indeed lost. Though with the deaths of Shalnark and Kortopi coupled with the deaths of those aforementioned, their original hypothesis of the prophecy is very close to coming true.
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Undignified Death
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Undignified Death: The deaths of Meruem, Pouf, and Youpi; though it was expected for them to perish in the throes of combat as the tremendous fighters that they are, they succumb to radiation poisoning from Netero's "Poor Man's Rose" bomb without being able to lay a finger on anyone. In the case of Meruem, he was able to die peacefully at the side of his loved one; Pouf and Youpi instead fell pathetically like flies without ever understanding what hit them.
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Malignant Plot Tumor
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Malignant Plot Tumor: The Chimera Ants arc started as a side story completly unrelated to the main plot. It ended up being longer than the Yorknew and Greed Island arcs combined.
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Break Them by Talking
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The Hunter Exam arc ends in a tournament, though it differs from your standard shonen tournament in that every match is a submission match (you must get your opponent to explicitly forfeit the match), and killing results in an instant disqualification. Instead of being the champion, the goal is to not be the one loser. Due to the forfeit requirement, the tournament is more of a series of intense conversations than actual fights. It also leads to an interesting match where Gon wins the fight by getting the crap beaten out of him so hard that his opponent forfeits for fear of killing him because he refuses to submit.
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Immortality
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Immortality: A virus called Zobae makes people unable to die. As is speculated, it's unknown whether the victims retain a sense of self as shown with the "man" that is kept in isolation by the G5, so officially he's not longer considered human per se.
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Calling Parents by Their Name
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Calling Parents by Their Name: After finally meeting him face to face, Gon takes to calling his father by his name Ging. While he has a great deal of respect for Ging, he simply doesn't see him as a father-figure. To be fair, Ging doesn't see himself as such either.
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Invisible to Normals
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Invisible to Normals: Nen and all abilities based on it are completely invisible to people who did not awaken their own Nen.
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Cannibalism Superpower: Meruem is able to strengthen his aura by devouring active users of Nen.
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Loud of War
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Loud of War: When all else fails, Uvogin can kill another (superpowered) human being with his roar alone.
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Fun with Acronyms
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Fun with Acronyms: It's eventually revealed that 'Greed Island' is an acronym, consisting of the first name of everyone involved in its creation. Well, sort of... One of the characters involved in the creation of Greed Island had his name changed by the protagonist's father to make the acronym work, which appears to be a sore spot for him to this day
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One-Sided Arm-Wrestling: Used to hustle money by Gon & Killua.
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True Companions
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True Companions: The four main characters and also the Phantom Troupe, who are a rare villainous example.
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Ninja: Hanzo.
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Hope Spot
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Hope Spot: A particularly cruel one during the Chimera Ant arc: after Neferpitou attacks Kite and Killua chooses to knock Gon out and run away, he's deeply troubled over whether or not that was the right choice. In one of the most heartwarming moments of the series, Gon cheers Killua up by assuring him that everything is fine because Kite would never lose to someone like that. The next scene shows the aftermath of the battle. Pitou is relaxing by a tree and strokes Kite's severed head on their lap.
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Living on Borrowed Time
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Living on Borrowed Time: As of Chapter 311, Meruem due to the Rose bomb's poison. Palm Siberia claims Meruem will be dead in a few hours. Shiapouf, who was infected by the poison when he fed Meruem his body, is dying even faster. Likewise, Pakunoda and Chrollo from the Phantom Troupe were given this treatment by Kurapika by rendering them unable to use their Nen or face death; Pakunoda rescinded her borrowed time to reveal her troupe mates the appearance of the "Chain User", while the Troupe and Hisoka went to Greed Island to find a Nen master that could remove Chrollo's conditioning.
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And Your Little Dog, Too!
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And Your Little Dog, Too!: The mafia community tries to pull this one on the Phantom Troupe. It doesn't work:
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Professional Killer
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Professional Killer: The Zoldyck clan.
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Having a Blast
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Having a Blast: Genthru the Bomb Devil's power.
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Shout-Out
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In turn, the series received a Shout-Out in Sailor Moon Crystal, where Ami and Usagi are at an arcade and one of the arcade games is Greed Island.
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Semantic Superpower
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Semantic Superpower: Not inherent, but the really strong abilities have certainly-worded rules placed on them. Nen-users are encouraged to do so, as the stricter the rules and conditions placed on an ability are, the more powerful they become, plus you can leave open (or even find by accident) loopholes to exploit. The enemy is able to exploit those loopholes as well, though.
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Ki Manipulation
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Ki Manipulation: The series introduces "nen" after a while, which is an energy that comes from within each individual, and is basically chi. It is used to perform devastating attacks but also has many other, less combative, functions.
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Paper Master
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Paper Master: Kalluto; Wing also demonstrates to Zushi how to alter paper to use it as a weapon.
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Charles Atlas Superpower
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Charles Atlas Superpower: The four main characters are all able to lift several tons, before learning Nen, due to extreme weight training.
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Dude Looks Like a Lady
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Dude Looks Like a Lady: Kurapika is very feminine looking. It doesn't help that he's crossdressed on more than one occasion as a disguise. Up until Word of God confirmed it for the Philippine dub for the 1999 series, Kurapika's gender was a topic of speculation; he's all boy. Kalluto is more or less always in female clothing.
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Hard Work Hardly Works
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Hard Work Hardly Works: Subverted. While Gon and Killua have incredible natural talents when it comes to learning Nen, the true source of their phenomenal growth is the fact that they also train very dutifully to refine their abilities. The result is that they're able to make the kind of progress that would take most people years in a few months. As Wing exposes to Zushi, Gon and Killua have innate abilities beyond Zushi's, who is already gifted himself to a lesser extent. Their backgrounds also come into collation considering that Gon is the son of Ging, one of the greatest Nen users in the world, and Killua comes from an elite family of professional assassins and has been an accomplished combatant from an early age.
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Spoiler Opening
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Spoiler Opening: The first opening of the 1999 version wasn't one, but the second was. Especially the OVAs and the 2011 anime version have spoiler openings.
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Killed Off for Real
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Killed Off for Real: Quite a few so far, the most important ones being Uvogin, Pakunoda, Kite, Netero, Neferpitou, and Menthuthuyoupi. As for the last chapter, Kite seems to be alive. The only major exception is the way Chimera Ants are created, such as Kite might be now if taken at face value, retain memories and personalities of the devoured humans used to create them. Initially these personalities are suppressed, but those who recover their memories fully can be said to be a form of this.
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Nuclear Weapons Taboo
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Nuclear Weapons Taboo: The Miniature Rose is essentially a Fantastic Nuke that was outlawed by the world government. It even has radiation, called Rose Poison.
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Cooking Duel
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Cooking Duel: One of the tests in the Hunter exam is all about this.
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Cerebus Syndrome
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Cerebus Syndrome: The series had some pretty questionable material to begin with (such as Hisoka being a pedophile) but gradually becomes darker and darker, culminating in the Chimera Ant arc which contains some of the darkest content in a shounen ever. It's so relentlessly dark and oppressive that it more resembles a gritty seinen manga like Berserk or Gunnm than anything that runs in Shounen Jump.
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Cool Old Lady
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Tsubone is this plus Cool Old Lady and Battle Butler.
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Blind and the Beast
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Blind and the Beast: The Chimera Ant King and Komugi.
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Training from Hell
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A family of assassins who put their own children through Training from Hell to make them more efficient killers is not only wealthy, but seemingly revered by the general public (at least enough for there to be regular tours around the mountain where they live).
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Just a Kid
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Just a Kid: Gon and Killua get this a lot.
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Rescue Arc
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The Zoldyck Family Arc is about Gon, Kurapika, and Leorio trying to save Killua from his assassin family. Unlike most rescue arcs, the heroes never get a chance to storm the castle and fight the bad guys—though they do make it past the front gate, which is no small feat. Instead, the situation turns out to be little more than a typical family spat, and gets solved just as quickly—it only looked dire because everyone involved is a superhuman assassin, so what could have been a rather normal argument with mom adds whips and guns.
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RPG-Mechanics Verse
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RPG-Mechanics Verse: The Greed Island, to an extent.
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Alternate Character Reading
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Alternate Character Reading: In typical shonen manga fare, many attack names are given separate names as alternate readings for Rule of Cool / Rule of Symbolism purposes (such as "Bungee Gum" actually being the 'reading' for "Elastic Love", with the latter being meant to be only written down and not pronounced). However, one particular example stands out which is often (incorrectly) cited as a mistranslation or some sort of poor adaptation in the 2011 anime: near the end of the Chimera Ant arc, a dying Netero tells Meruem that he knows nothing of humanity's "infinite potential for evolution/malice"; the manga renders the word "evolution" (進化) above "malice" (悪意), implying that the word is meant to be read out loud as "evolution" with the hidden meaning of "malice", as is appropriate for the context of the scene. As such, the word that's spoken out loud in the anime adaptation is "evolution", while the "malice" part is implied via the context and dark, haunting visuals. Interestingly, the English dub chose to use "malice" as the spoken word instead ("You know nothing of the bottomless malice within the human heart").
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Wall of Text
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Wall of Text: It's very common for Togashi to flood readers with huge passages of dialogue in his installments of the manga, as he likes to be incredibly crafty, cerebral, and thorough with the way he thinks out his story, covering things from all angles and trying very hard to avoid making anything seem poorly thought out or approached without examining all important points of a situation. What happens in the end is you get a comprehensive analysis of each little detail that can give you eyestrain. And boy, does he get comprehensive on us. Some fans have even noted that they think they need PHD's just to understand some of the most complicated fight scenes.
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Battle Butler
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Battle Butler: The Zoldyck household is chock full of them.
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Cute Monster Girl
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Cute Monster Girl: Hina is an Ant and also pretty cute.
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Torture Technician
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Torture Technician: Feitan. His torture acts are actually never shown, but it is hinted in various ways that he is a particularily sadistic pervert. The fact that he partially subverts the trope by being not a weakling at all, but actually one of the strongest and toughest fighters of his group, does not render him any more sympathetic. Neferpitou too. Their modus operandi is extracting information via wires implanted in the brain.
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Contrived Coincidence
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Of course, Yusuke and Hiei weren't the best of friends, but the group had about as little cohesion—which is to say, everyone pursued their own goals, and fell back together by circumstance. However, when one looks at HunterXHunter, those dynamics become a little different. Hisoka came back. The rest of the Phantom Troupe appeared to have a Villain Episode wiping out a local outbreak of the new Big Bad. Even members of the Zoldyck family show up every now and then, especially Zeno and Silva. Leorio is not likely to do so because of his studies, nor is Kurapika, due to his seemingly never ending quest to avenge his family name; Leorio returns in the Election arc, and they both re-enter the plot in the Dark Continent arc, with Kurapica in particular getting a lot of focus.
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Severed Head Sports
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Severed Head Sports: The battle between Hisoka and Chrollo involved the severed heads of many of the audience members being thrown around like dodgeballs.
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Gambit Pileup
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Gambit Pileup: All of the more serious arcs in this series have multiple conflicting points of interest between the different character groups (and even between the individuals in those groups). This gets taken Up to Eleven in the Dark Continent Expedition arc, wherein every single group on board the ship is scheming against another one. This includes the Zodiacs, Beyond’s Group, the Hunter Association hunters assigned as bodyguards, the normal bodyguards, the Princes and their respective families and bodyguards, King Hui himself, and even the Phantom Troupe!
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Functional Magic
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Functional Magic: The various "nen" powers.
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Last of His Kind
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Last of His Kind: Kurapika.
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Closed Circle
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Closed Circle: The events of Chapter 383 seems to imply this for the members of the Kakin Royal family participating in the succession contest. Kacho and Fugetsu successfully use Melody’s distraction to escape aboard one of the Black Whale’s lifeboats, only for...something...to attack them. Fugetsu manages to escape, thanks to her nen beast’s ability, but Kacho is killed (her nen beast taking on her form and taking her place with Fugetsu), suggesting that there is something beyond the various security measures and nen abilities that is meant to keep the princes from escaping.
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11th-Hour Superpower
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Eleventh Hour Super Power: Gon transforming into Adult Gon right after Pitou tells him they are going to kill him. Not that Gon was listening to Pitou.
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Combat Stilettos
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Combat Stilettos: Hisoka fights in high heels all the time.
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Morality Pet
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Morality Pet: The Chimera Ant King only avoids slipping past the Moral Event Horizon because he takes care of a heavily handicapped girl when she's injured. Gon plays this for Killua early on. He was about to kill the girl when he heard Gon still fighting for her outside, and it brought him back to his old self. Since then he's seemed to avoid killing people if there was an alternative. From the beginning Gon was this to Killua. During the Hunter Exam arc Killua still murders people rather casually (including killing a couple of candidates because they were rude and he had a bad day), but thanks to Gon he grows to be a much more moral person. Gon, Killua and Leorio are this to Kurapika; while he recognizes that they are remarkable friends, he considers that the morality that they instill in him prevents him from accomplishing his vendetta against the Phantom Troupe, so he has repeatedly tried to keep them at a distance (most of the times unsuccessfully). Pakunoda seemed to be this to the Phantom Troupe before she succumbs to Kurapika's chains. The efforts made to rescue Chrollo from Kurapika were not because he is the Troupe's leader (which arguably makes him expendable by the Troupe's rules), but because he is their friend and they don't want him to die. Pakunoda's last act not only gave the Troupe Kurapika's face, but also the fact that to Gon and Killua, unlike the rest of the world, found Pakunoda's life to be valuable.
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Double Subversion
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Doubly subverted when Uvogin fights the Shadow Beasts. Just after we have established just how badass he is, the three Shadow Beasts, through carefully combined attacks and proper use of their abilities, quickly render Uvogin seemingly harmless... and then he manages to defeat all three of them in 10 seconds using only his neck and head after warning them that that was actually all he needed to kill them, although to be fair he still would have died if his allies hadn't treated him or if the poison used by one of the Shadow Beasts was lethal instead of just paralyzing.
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Art Evolution
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Art Evolution: Even disregarding the infamous low quality art chapters published during serialization, the series' art can change a lot depending on which volumes you're reading, with certain◊ characters◊ looking◊ very different during certain points of the series.
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Bounty Hunter
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Bounty Hunter: A possible career option for licensed Hunters. Gon and his friends even give it a try themselves as part of a money-making scheme.
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Ability Mixing
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Ability Mixing: Most of the advanced techniques of Nen manipulation consist of using multiple basic techniques at the same time. A technique for focusing 100% of the user's aura into one part of the body, for instance, is described as a combination of the techniques for releasing, shaping and suppressing aura.
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The Hero
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Just because Gon's The Hero doesn't mean he always fights the Big Bad of a story arc; he's still young, which means that in terms of power and skill he's sometimes completely outclassed, and more often than not a much stronger character will face the main villain instead while Gon faces an antagonist closer to his level.
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Family Theme Naming
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Family Theme Naming: The five Zaoldyeck children. From oldest to youngest: Illumi, Milluki, Killua, Alluka, and Kalluto. Plus they all have double ls in their names.
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Gorn
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Gorn: Has LOTS of it, though much of it is (self-)censored because the manga runs in Jump. The writers of the new anime had gone on record saying they would be in deep trouble once the series catches up with the later manga arcs. The anime writers decided to go Mood Whiplash on the show, so after all the adorable cuteness of friendship and Bloodless Carnage in the first twenty episodes or so, the Phantom Troupe comes in, and the body count spikes, with a side of big pool of blood, and nearly dead guy getting sucked up by a vacuum. They did find a workaround about this, using clever camera angles to cover Gon severed hand among others. Some scenes where the brain or internal organs of the victims were shown (during certain battles with Uvogin and Chrollo, The Bomber explosion mass-murder and before the Dodgeball battle) and notably everyone favourite pedo-clown hotspring scene (with Gon and Killua's eyes slowly following the offscreen ... "reaction" of Hisoka) were redone in the 2011 anime so that it doesn't show as much as in the manga. Leol makes an appearance in TV and when the reporter asks him for proof, he proceeds to bite most of her upper body off; this is censored on the series cleverly as a glitch in the transmission as if the camera had stopped working when Leol attacked the reporter. One of the most graphical cases that are only barely censored is when Meruem kills the Body Double leader of East Gorteau. The censorship only moderately shades over the fact that his neck was torn, the back of his head splattered, an arm was ripped off, and his innards (and fat man breasts) were widely exposed in the aftermath of a One-Hit Kill. The anime just gets him turned into a bloody mess and keeps the aftermath off-screen. The dancers in the room at the time thankfully get a Gory Discretion Shot in comparison.
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Chain Pain
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Chain Pain: Kurapika fights using Variable Length Chains made of Nen. He can conjure several such chains with various powers.
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Battle Aura
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Battle Aura: Nen. See also Manipulation.
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Battle Tops
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Battle Tops: Gido tosses tops infused with Nen. When hit, the main character remarks that they hit like a sledgehammer. If the opponent gets too close, Gido can then spin like a top.
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Old Master
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Old Master: Netero.
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The Plan
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The Plan: Everything Hisoka ever does.
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Blue and Orange Morality
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Blue-and-Orange Morality: Several characters touch on this. Hisoka, Gon, The Chimera Ant King and a few others. Gon Freecs has distinct shades of this. He isn't The Unfettered, because he is guided by a strong sense of right and wrong, but as the counterfeiter he hangs out with finally realizes, "He doesn't care about the good and the bad." It's easy enough to peg him as Chaotic Good, but that doesn't really do him justice. Neither the readers nor the other characters can really predict where his moral sense will take him, and he surprises even his best friend (a child assassin) a lot. A serial killer once trained him and Killua, and he cheerfully allowed the person to go free afterward even after it was pointed out that this would cause more young women to get eaten, because "he helped us" (though said serial killer later turned himself in out of appreciation for Gon). After one of the Phantom Troupe is killed by Kurapika, Gon and Killua are captured by his best friend, who suspects them of involvement and rants, in tears, about how much it hurts to have lost his blowing-stuff-all-to-hell partner. And Gon responds with sudden fury, because he had assumed that the Troupe's members could do such horrible things because they didn't understand how much it hurt to lose people, which meant he couldn't hold it against them, but if they can and still do it they're so incomprehensibly evil he wants to end them. Tonpa admits how much he enjoys watching people fail miserably and die taking the hunter exams, which infuriates everyone else... except Gon, who continues treating him like a friend because he inadvertently helped them with his cowardice. Hanzo broke his arm during the hunter exam and when he threatened Gon's life, Gon simply said that "they would have to settle things in a different way" because if he died then Hanzo would lose (Gon not at all realizing the implication of the threat or simply didn't care about dying at all). He uses Komugi, a blind, innocent girl who’s been mortally injured, as a hostage to ensure Neferpitou doesn't try to escape before bringing Kite back, and even threatens to kill her if s/he does. To sum it up Gon has a simple world view, lives in the moment and judges people by their personalities and his experiences with them. The Chimera Ants enter this territory from time to time, as well. Although most of the ants are evil and some are good, the king, Meruem, is a master of this trope. All the experiences he goes through continually shape his moral code which fluctuates wildly through the arc, turning him from what appears to be a Cell ripoff into one of the most deep and interesting villains in Shonen manga. And yet he always seems to have his code stuck somewhere in the Blue and Orange territory, possibly due to the mental divide he faces between his ant personality and human nature.
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Talking the Monster to Death
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Talking the Monster to Death: Inverted. The Chimera Ant King essentially ends up talking himself to death due to a change of heart, and tries it on the heroes as well.
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Ditch the Bodyguards
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Ditch the Bodyguards: Meruem’s Third Act Stupidity undermines his own guards on several occasions: He behaves like a spoilt child and complains that Neferpitou’s aura is grinding on his nerves (so could Neferpitou please disable it inside the castle?); He tears his own arm off so Neferpitou has to stitch it back together, doing which makes her disable her all-seeing aura for several crucially important hours; He directly orders Neferpitou to stay in a fixed position away from him when two top-level assassins arrive to kill him, and willingly leaves the other two of his royal guards.
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Groin Attack
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Groin Attack: The series had a secondary female character who could Mind Control people after kissing them. The scene where she demonstrates her ability has her kissing her partner, then making him lay on the floor and have her pressing her foot to his crotch. Repeatedly. As the guy begs for more and she lets out a shrieking Noblewoman's Laugh. Also counts as Getting Crap Past the Radar.
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Projectile Kiss
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Projectile Kiss: Palm Siberia shoots several at Gon, who in turn barely manages to dodge them.
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Dwindling Party
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Dwindling Party: The group of bodyguards working for the Nostrade family during the York Shin arc. Only Kurapika, Melody, Linssen and Basho survive.
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Battle of Wits
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Battle of Wits: Many of the battles are like this.
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Drama-Preserving Handicap
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Drama-Preserving Handicap: After his memory loss Meruem also gains some addition abilities. To stretch the plot suspense a little longer, he agrees to enter a contest of sorts with his royal guards and not use these abilities too often. Same with how he wasn’t inclined to attack Netero at first.
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Mundane Utility
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Mundane Utility: One round of the Hunter Exam was a cook-off. Also used in the York Shin arc, where Gon and Killua use their aura-sensing powers to locate cheap antiques that they can later resell for a profit.
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Early-Bird Cameo: The first introduction for the 2011 anime ends with a group shot featuring the silouettes of various major hunters from over the course of the series.
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Promotion to Parent
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Promotion to Parent: Mito, who raised her nephew Gon after her sister's death and Ging's departure.
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Redemption Equals Death
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Redemption Equals Death: As soon as we start to see Pakunoda's good side, she dies. She's still a villain, it's just that we start to understand why she does the things she does... And then wham. Dead.
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Powers as Programs
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Powers as Programs: Chrollo and a few rare others can steal or borrow powers. One even borrows them through an iPod like device, and selects them like songs.
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Mix-and-Match Critters: An entire race of Mix-and-Match Critters, the Chimera Ants, is the foe during the Chimera Ant arc.
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Cute Bruiser
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Cute Bruiser: Subverted in Biscuit. The cute little girl form she has isn't her true form... And that one is not pretty.
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Forbidden Zone
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Forbidden Zone: The "Outside"/Dark Continent, original home of the super-sized chimera ants, quite possibly all magical beasts, and special types of humans. The land has been called "Humanity's most immense taboo" and all attempts to go there throughout history resulted in disasters. 200 years ago, the five greatest nations in the world agreed to outlaw any further exploration attempts. Doubles as a Death World, as the forbidden area is actually the vast majority of their planet. There are four things needed to travel there: authorization, means, qualification, and a contract...; likewise, whenever creatures from the Dark Continent cross, it means disaster to the human world and the ensuing disasters are barely contained.
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Theme Naming
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Theme Naming: Knov's and Morel's apprentices, introduced in the Chimera Ant arc — Palm, Knuckle, and Shoot — are named after types of baseball throws.
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My Kung-Fu Is Stronger Than Yours
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My Kung-Fu Is Stronger Than Yours: Often subverted, as ostensibly powerful and experienced characters are often defeated by weaker characters who simply have a better preparation and make a wiser or more optimal use of their skills; see Kurapika vs. Uvogin, Gon vs. Genthru, many fights against the Chimera Ants, and so on. Doubly subverted when Uvogin fights the Shadow Beasts. Just after we have established just how badass he is, the three Shadow Beasts, through carefully combined attacks and proper use of their abilities, quickly render Uvogin seemingly harmless... and then he manages to defeat all three of them in 10 seconds using only his neck and head after warning them that that was actually all he needed to kill them, although to be fair he still would have died if his allies hadn't treated him or if the poison used by one of the Shadow Beasts was lethal instead of just paralyzing.
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Ephebophile
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Ephebophile: 22-year-old Palm Siberia and 12-year-old Gon Freecss go on a date, much to Killua's horror. It doesn't end well. When Killua asks Gon whether he has been on a date before, Gon tells him that while on Whale Island, he was taken out by passerby women from docking ships as an escort and that they "taught him things", much to Killua's surprise. There's also Hisoka's unusual interest in Gon, which does include him leering at the poor boy's backside during Greed Island. Killua doesn't approve of that either. Gon isn't the only boy Hisoka's interested in. It seems like both the 12 year old protagonists aren't safe from his fascination.
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Talking Is a Free Action: Lampshaded. Knuckle thinks several paragraphs worth of text, realizes that he's thinking incredibly quickly and that the only way that could happen is because time slows down in the few seconds before he dies, then turns to see an obviously-fatal attack coming right toward him. Also averted, again with Knuckle, at least in the anime. His ability adds forced compounded interest on "loaned aura" at a rate of 10% every 10 seconds. By the time he's done explaining the ability to Gon, the "loan" had grown considerably.
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Chromosome Casting: There are few female characters.
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Third Act Stupidity: Meruem for reasons mentioned under the Idiot Ball section. Meruem’s bodyguards for staying stationed around Meruem all the time instead of dispatching one at a time to remove the obvious and looming danger and just be done with it. Considering he has ulterior motives i.e finding out what they're hiding from him, his seeming idiocy becomes more understandable. It's also implied that he's aware already that he's dying, and wants to spend his last hour with companions.
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Hidden Elf Village / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Hold On to My Hat / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
/ int_cae652c
 Hozumi Gouda
seeAlso
Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Hulking Out / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Humanity Is Infectious / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Hyper-Awareness / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
I Am Not Left-Handed / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
I Know Madden Kombat / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
I'll Kill You! / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
I Need You Stronger / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
I Thought Everyone Could Do That / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Idiot Savant / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Immune to Bullets / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Impromptu Tracheotomy / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
In a Single Bound / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
In Love with Your Carnage / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
In the Blood / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Ineffectual Loner / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Insect Queen / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
/ int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Instant Expert / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Interclass Friendship / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Interesting Situation Duel / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Intergenerational Friendship / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Interplay of Sex and Violence / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Intimidation Demonstration / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Inverse Law of Complexity to Power / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Invincible Villain / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Invisibility Cloak / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Invulnerable Knuckles / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
It Amused Me / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
It Gets Better / int_606b6daf
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
/ int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
It's All Upstairs from Here / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
It's Personal / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Jackass Genie / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Job Title / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Jossed / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Just Toying with Them / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Kaleidoscope Eyes / int_606b6daf
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Kansas City Shuffle / int_cae652c
 Keiji Fujiwara
seeAlso
Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Ki Manipulation / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Kick the Morality Pet / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Kid Hero / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Killed Mid-Sentence / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Killer Yo-Yo / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Killing Intent / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Klingon Promotion / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Knife Nut / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Knight Templar Big Brother / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Know When to Fold 'Em / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Kung-Fu Clairvoyance / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
LGBT Fanbase / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Language Equals Thought / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Laxative Prank / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Lecherous Licking / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Left Stuck After Attack / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Legion of Doom / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
LEGO Genetics / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Lethal Harmless Powers / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Level Grinding / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Life Energy / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Life-or-Limb Decision / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Living Lie Detector / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Loan Shark / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Locked into Strangeness / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Longer-Than-Life Sentence / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Looks Like Cesare / int_a975cd4c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Losing Is Worse Than Death / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Lotus-Eater Machine / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Lovecraftian Superpower / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Loved Ones Montage / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Lucky Charms Title / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Mad Bomber / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Magi Babble / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Magic A Is Magic A / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Magic Dance / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Magic Enhancement / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Magic Music / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Magical Clown / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Magically Binding Contract / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Magicians Are Wizards / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Major Injury Underreaction / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Malignant Plot Tumor / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Man Bites Man / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Martial Arts Headband / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Massive Numbered Siblings / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Master of All / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Meditation Powerup / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Meet Cute / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Meganekko / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Megaton Punch / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Memory Gambit / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Mentor Archetype / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Mentor Occupational Hazard / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Middle Child Syndrome / int_cae652c
 Miho Arakawa
seeAlso
Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Mile-Long Ship / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Min-Maxing / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Mind Game Ship / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Mix-and-Match Weapon / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Money Mauling / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Monkey Morality Pose / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Monster Is a Mommy / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Monstrosity Equals Weakness / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Mood Ring Eyes / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Morph Weapon / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Mosquito Miscreants / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Most Common Card Game / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Mr. Exposition / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Muggles Do It Better / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Mukokuseki / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Multi-Armed and Dangerous / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Murder the Hypotenuse / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Muscles Are Meaningful / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Musical Assassin / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
My Beloved Smother / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
My Nayme Is / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Myopic Architecture / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Myth Arc / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
N.G.O. Superpower / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Named After Somebody Famous / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Narrator / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Necessary Drawback / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Neck Lift / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Never Given a Name / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Never Hurt an Innocent / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Never Mess with Granny / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Never Smile at a Crocodile / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Newbie Boom / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Next Tier Power-Up / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Nipple and Dimed / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
No Hugging, No Kissing / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
No Mouth / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
No Yay / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Noble Demon / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Noiseless Walker / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Not Quite Flight / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Not the Intended Use / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Not with Them for the Money / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Nothing Is the Same Anymore / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Nuclear Weapons Taboo / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Nuke 'em / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Oathbound Power / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Obi-Wan Moment / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Obstructive Bureaucrat / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Odd Couple / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Off with His Head! / int_a975cd4c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Offscreen Inertia / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Old Master / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
One Person, One Power / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
One-Sided Arm-Wrestling / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Only in It for the Money / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Only Smart People May Pass / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Open and Shut / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Open Secret / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Orchestral Bombing / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Our Mages Are Different / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Out-Gambitted / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Outnumbered Sibling / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Overtook the Manga / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Padding / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Paper Master / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Past Victim Showcase / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Pastel-Chalked Freeze Frame / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Path of Most Resistance / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
People Puppets / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Perpetual Smiler / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Pick on Someone Your Own Size / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Picky People Eater / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Pie in the Face / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Pit Trap / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Play-Along Prisoner / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Player Killing / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Plot-Relevant Age-Up / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Poisoned Chalice Switcheroo / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Poisonous Friend / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Polite Villains, Rude Heroes / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Poor, Predictable Rock / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Popular with Furries / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Pose of Supplication / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Post-Victory Collapse / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Postmodernism / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Power Makes Your Hair Grow / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Power Parasite / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Power-Strain Blackout / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Powers as Programs / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Powers via Possession / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Praetorian Guard / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Pragmatic Villainy / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Private Military Contractors / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Progressively Prettier / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Pronoun Trouble / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Psycho Psychologist / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Psycho Supporter / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Psychometry / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Pure Is Not Good / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Puzzle Thriller / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
RPG Episode / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
RPG-Mechanics Verse / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Random Species Offspring / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Razor Floss / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Rescue Arc / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Restraining Bolt / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Resurrective Immortality / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Retro Universe / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Reunion Vow / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Revenge / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Revolving Door Casting / int_a975cd4c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Ride the Lightning / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Rock–Paper–Scissors / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Rod-and-Reel Repurposed / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Rogues Gallery / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Rotating Arcs / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Same Content, Different Rating / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Savage Piercings / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Say It with Hearts / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Scarily Competent Tracker / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Science Fantasy / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Science Is Useless / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Scotty Time / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Screw the Rules, I Have Supernatural Powers! / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Second Hour Superpower / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Self-Proclaimed Liar / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Sense Loss Sadness / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Series Hiatus / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Setting Update / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Sexy Jester / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Shaping Your Attacks / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
She Is the King / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Shear Menace / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Shōnen (Demographic) / int_cae652c
 Shuichi Ikeda
seeAlso
Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Signature Device / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Signature Song / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Significant Birth Date / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Sink-or-Swim Mentor / int_a975cd4c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Situational Sword / int_cae652c
 Sliding Scale of Anime Obscurity
seeAlso
Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Sliding Scale of Beauty / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Slow-Paced Beginning / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Smart People Play Chess / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Smarter Than You Look / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
So Last Season / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
So Proud of You / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Soft-Spoken Sadist / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Solar and Lunar / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Something About a Rose / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Something Else Also Rises / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Sorting Algorithm of Evil / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Soulless Shell / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Sparing the Aces / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Speech-Bubble Censoring / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Spider-Sense / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Spin to Deflect Stuff / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Spontaneous Weapon Creation / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Spotting the Thread / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Sprouting Ears / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Spy Speak / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Stage Magician / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Static Character / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Stay with Me Until I Die / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Stealth Mentor / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Stock Shōnen Hero / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Stock Shōnen Rival / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Stone Wall / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Strapped to a Bomb / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Stringy-Haired Ghost Girl / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Strong Ants / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Strong Family Resemblance / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Stupidest Thing I've Ever Heard / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Suck Out the Poison / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Super Cell Reception / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Super Empowering / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Super Hearing / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Super-Persistent Missile / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Super Smoke / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Supernatural Phone / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Superpowerful Genetics / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Surprise Creepy / int_a975cd4c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Surprisingly Sudden Death / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Surveillance Drone / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Swap Teleportation / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Sweet Tooth / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Switch-Out Move / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Sympathy for the Devil / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Tail Slap / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Talking Is a Free Action / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Team Title / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Tell Me About My Father / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
The Abridged Series / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
The Catfish / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
The Chris Carter Effect / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
The Dutiful Son / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
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The Fake Cutie / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
The Family That Slays Together / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
The Fettered / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
The Force Is Strong with This One / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
The Heart / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
The Jail Bait Wait / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
The Millstone / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
The Most Dangerous Video Game / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
The Power of Creation / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
The Power of Hate / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
The Power of the Sun / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
The Resolution Will Not Be Televised / int_a975cd4c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
The World's Expert on Getting Killed / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
There Was a Door / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
They Look Just Like Everyone Else! / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
This Is Something He's Got to Do Himself / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
This Looks Like a Job for Aquaman / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Thought-Aversion Failure / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Too Cool to Live / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Too Dumb to Fool / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Too Hungry to Be Polite / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Too Powerful to Live / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Torture Technician / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Touch Telepathy / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Touched by Vorlons / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Tournament Arc / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Trans Tribulations / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Transferable Memory / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Tropical Epilogue / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Troubling Unchildlike Behavior / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Turn Out Like His Father / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Tyke-Bomb / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Tyop on the Cover / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Ultimate Life Form / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Umbrella of Togetherness / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
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Undignified Death / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Uniqueness Decay / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Variable-Length Chain / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Vetinari Job Security / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Video Wills / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Villain of Another Story / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
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Villainous Friendship / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
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Walking the Earth / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
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We Hardly Knew Ye / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Weaponized Ball / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Weapons That Suck / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Welcome to Corneria / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Whammy Bid / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
What Beautiful Eyes! / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
What Is This Thing You Call / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
When You Snatch the Pebble / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Whip It Good / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
White Flag / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
White Hair, Black Heart / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
White Sheep / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Who Needs Their Whole Body? / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Who Wears Short Shorts? / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Why Am I Ticking? / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Wild Magic / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Win to Exit / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Wingdinglish / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
With Friends Like These... / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Wizards Live Longer / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Wolverine Claws / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Words Can Break My Bones / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
World of Badass / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
World Tree / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Worthless Treasure Twist / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Wrestler in All of Us / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Yaoi Fangirl / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Yellow Eyes of Sneakiness / int_cae652c
 Yoko Ogai
seeAlso
Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
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You Are Already Dead / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Younger Than They Look / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Your Mind Makes It Real / int_cae652c
 Yuji Kishi
seeAlso
Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Zeppelins from Another World / int_cae652c
 HunterxHunter
sameAs
Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
 Web Video: Vaguely Recalling JoJo
seeAlso
Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Death Is Dramatic / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Dodgeball Is Hell / int_cae652c
 Hunter × Hunter (Manga)
hasFeature
Reflectionless Useless Eyes / int_cae652c
 hunterxhunter
sameAs
Hunter × Hunter (Manga)