Does this faggot have the most fucked up, hypocritical morals in the entire show?
Was Gon prepared to go Gigga-Nigga from the moment he made contact with Pitou? I mean he was swirling with all that dark aura ina the anime but the manga just had outbursts of normal aura, nothing that made you think beyond Gon just losing his shit.
Gon was defying a ninja way above his abilities that could have killed him and even declared that he could kill him and just take the test again. He's reckless and selfish and that pissed Killua off the he noticed that about him. When you think about it, Killua's suffering was being teased from that far back.
He's a jerk and will be a villain soon:-
I posted this recently and will keep posting till it becomes true:-
He is going to be a villain soon,
>Togashi will give him some hax power,
>he'll lose his mind because of the power
>Kill Alluka or someone close to him
>Behold the evil Gon.
Um yeah that's kinda the point of his character. He's not some angelic-like moral Edward Alric or Goku. This entire show is meant to be "shounen with a twist", how can people still not be getting that?
Yes and this is a big problem.
It's easy to say he's just a 'flawed character' and that he has 'fucked up morale', but the reality is, the show doesn't treat it that way.
It was genuinely cringeworthy when Pitou told him Kite couldn't be revived, where he then proceeded to recount his memories with him... which was composed of him killing monsters... real compelling friendship right there; did it really warrant a full-on 10 minute mind-break & transforming into a JoJo character?
By far the worst moment in the show. Just baffling.
>It was genuinely cringeworthy when Pitou told him Kite couldn't be revived, where he then proceeded to recount his memories with him... which was composed of him killing monsters... real compelling friendship right there
That's thanks to Madhouse doing a mediocre job at the adpatation every time they enter budget saving mode
and this happens a lotby having a 5 minutes long montage when the manga had an empty spread to convey the pit of despair gon was falling into.
He exploited somebody getting killed by Hisoka just to have a chance to steal him his pin. People die all around him during the Hunter exam, and he hardly gives a crap.
The point is that his behavior is childish and unstable, which is apt since he is a child. He isn't a complete cunt, but he doesn't care about every single human being in the world either.
Even then, that's just one encounter when he was a lot younger.
Based on what the anime had shown to the viewers, the friendship between Gon & Kite wasn't anywhere near strong enough to warrant such a jarring emotional reaction from Gon towards Kite's killer.
I know a stronger bond was suggested in the manga, but I'm criticizing the anime version here.
Why are you mentioning the '99 version when the person you replied to was talking about the manga? All the '11 version had to do was dedicate about five minutes to the Kite flashback in the beginning.
Please, that's just the sociopathic nature of shonens in general. Nevermind HXH; just about every shonen MC doesn't care about unimportant characters dying.
Also, in case you haven't realized yet, HXH's world is a dystopia, and if you want to survive, you can't play the role of a pacifist. Gon isn't meant to be the savior, not is he trying to be; he has a goal, and he's prepared to adapt to the rules of the world in order to achieve that goal. He's not mentally unstable for being smart.
I'm just saying that the manga didn't dedicate much more time to the Kite flashback than the 2011 anime, they just did it at a different time.
Saying that "a stronger bond was suggested in the manga" is bullshit.
It wasn't the friendship.
It was the fact that Gon felt that he was responsible for it.
Gon may watch innocent people die without having much of an emotional response, but he will not stain his hand himself, and when he's sworn an alliance with one, he certainly won't let him die - except he did, because he was way too weak.
>That's thanks to Madhouse doing a mediocre job at the adpatation every time they enter budget saving mode and this happens a lot by having a 5 minutes long montage when the manga had an empty spread to convey the pit of despair gon was falling into.
This. I consider the manga a 10, but the anime is an 8. It's still the best shounen adaptation out there, although that's not saying much.
Then why wasn't he disgusted with himself alone? Where did this hatred for Kite's killer come from? The anime didn't establish Gon as a vengeful person, which makes his hatred toward Pitou all the more jarring, especially considering he was almost prepared to kill an innocent bystander (Komugi) in order to achieve his revenge.
>that's just the sociopathic nature of shonens in general. Nevermind HXH; just about every shonen MC doesn't care about unimportant characters dying.
This is simply wrong. Most shounen characters won't react specifically to every single background character dying, but they'll still fight against every threat that will put people in danger.
Gon doesn't give a flying fuck about people getting eaten alive around him, and even exploits a fellow examinee getting killed for his own purposes. Tell me how many shounen protagonists would do that instead of risking their life to avoid it.
>Also, in case you haven't realized yet, HXH's world is a dystopia, and if you want to survive, you can't play the role of a pacifist. Gon isn't meant to be the savior, not is he trying to be; he has a goal, and he's prepared to adapt to the rules of the world in order to achieve that goal. He's not mentally unstable for being smart.
You don't know what "dystopia" means, and also that's what I was saying. He's a flawed person in a flawed world.
If you go back to that scene you will notice what he's most focused on:
>I killed him.
>No. It wasn't me. It wasn't my fault. It wasn't me. It wasn't my fault.
He's pushing all the guilt away, onto the one other target there is.
You are a retard and need to pay better attention when watching anime.
>Togashi will give him some hax power
Any idea as to what this "hax power" might be? Togashi hasn't done anything that breaks the rules established in HxH so far, so why start now.
DC. People are going to come in to the team's ER fucked up with Nen and he's gonna break down trying to save everyone. Cue some harsh love from Cheadle and he's good to go again, better than ever.
lol jk hiatus forever
It's a moot point you spastic. Based on the way his character was established, he shouldn't be having a mental breakdown in the first place. Are you too stupid to realize that?
Are you retarded? Gon was disgusted with himself because he was too weak to do anything but in the end it was Pitou who killed Kite so obviously he's gonna hate Pitou.
>The anime didn't establish Gon as a vengeful person
The anime never established that Gon was a moral fag either. We've seen many times before that Gon is a selfish person.
Not sure if you were trying to be sarcastic or not, but yes there are plenty of kids willing to harm others, even more so if they have a reason. And it's not even just kids, adults do it too. I'm not sure if you go outside much, but revenge is a pretty fucking common reaction when someone harms you or someone you care for.
With that moral Gon will be the leader of the Genei Ryodan.
>this is what liberals actually believe
She didn't do shit. Wow, she beat him at a game that she played for all her life and he never ever played. Yay, humanity? Fuck no. The one defending humanity was the old radical muslim guy, and also the scientists that created nukes in HxH universe. Your blind whore didn't do shit.
In the Naruto Chuunin Exam, I remember Kiba & Shino completely juiced the blood out of another Ninja Group. Did that change the way you viewed him for the rest of the series? Doubt it.
Also, are you too stupid to elaborate on the dystopia claim? The way I see it, a world that has universally recognized exams where people nonchelantly die in their attempts, fighting tournaments where people die, video games where people die, and death in pretty much every arc, absolutely is a dystopia.
He's trying to achieve his goals whilst abiding by world's rules. If he was a pacifist, he wouldn't be abiding by the world's rules, and would probably fail as a result. It's called being smart you autist.
>That's because nen can do anything, anon
except it cant
I didn't miss anything, idiot, and the manga is completely irrelevant.
The relationship established between Gon & Kite in the anime did not warrant a mental breakdown. Is it that hard to understand?
So what? Pitou was doing what he/she/it thought was the right thing.
They clearly established Gon as a non-judgemental character. He doesn't resent Hisoka for being a blood-thirsty killer, and they made it even more abundantly clear in his interactions with that Black Market Dealer when he was trying to accumulate money.
How did you miss all that?
>I didn't miss anything, idiot,
Keep telling yourself that while wondering why the characterization doesn't make sense.
>and the manga is completely irrelevant.
But please don't spout retarded nonsense.
>The relationship established between Gon & Kite in the anime did not warrant a mental breakdown.
We talked about this. Did you not even read this very conversation?
In some cases is ridiculous what Nen can do.
Why don't you elaborate then? Instead of giving me the usual bile like 'read the manga', explain why Gon's emotional breakdown was an appropriate reaction to the death of a character he barely knew, when he doesn't resent Hisoka, a person he's witnessed kill people in cold blood, all for kicks.
I understand it's difficult for someone as braindead and superficial as yourself, but at least try.
Please kill yourself
> Pitou was doing what he/she/it thought was the right thing.
You think Gon gives a shit about what Pitou thought? Pitou killed kite so Gon took revenge on her, that's it.
> He doesn't resent Hisoka for being a blood-thirsty killer
If Hisoka killed Killua I'm sure Gon would try killing Hisoka. Gon doesn't care about a person's character but if you cause harm to him or someone he cares about he's want revenge.
Komugi influenced the King by playing against him. The palace invasion would've gone a lot differently if it weren't for her.
Gon, Killua, Knucle, Shoot, and Morel all would've been buttraped by the guards as soon as they entered the palace, Netero would then have to fight the guards and the King by himself, lose, and then blow the palace the fuck up.
She indirectly saved their lives.
I sure hope so. I want to see more of their relationship and eventually interaction with the others
before they snap after Morel dies.
and I'm saying that's out of character.
I'm also wondering why he was so angry in the first place. He's been responsible for many deaths in the series, so that eliminates the "feeling responsible" chestnut.
Then there's the fact that he had a friendship with Kite, which the show treats as strong (which is why he had a big flashback before transforming). However, that friendship consisted pretty much solely of fighting monsters; hardly as strong as the show wants it to be.
>He's been responsible for many deaths in the series, so that eliminates the "feeling responsible" chestnut.
That statement makes no sense.
After killing one person you cannot want to protect another?
>Gon not giving a fuck about losing his arm or dying in super crazy tests didn't trigger him that maybe Gon, and most hunters, are fucking insane
What a surprise that was huh...
I hope Shoot gets more panel time in this arc if he does show up, he's one of my favorites.
>before they snap after Morel dies.
I'm not the person you replied to but anyways
>explain why Gon's emotional breakdown was an appropriate reaction to the death of a character he barely knew
It's because of Kite that Gon came to know about his dad being alive and about hunters. If it wasn't for Kite Gon would have never decided to become a hunter and he would have never met Killua, Kurapica, Leario etc as a result..
Also Kite is an important person to Gon's father so he's important to Gon as well. If you recall when Gon met his father the first thing he did was apologize about letting Kite die.
He trained for several weeks to open the doors to Killua's family estate properly. Not because his own life was in danger, but because a man he'd just met would die otherwise.
Seriously. Reread the fucking manga, you retard.
Most plausible post so far, but even then it's still jarring. I still remember the flashback scene before he turns into a Jojo character, where he's remembering Kite fighting ants as if they were fond memories. Just felt stupid, and the hatred he developed felt baffling.
Kite is the closest he got to his father since forever.
Razor was pretty close but Kite is a pro hunter in addition to knowing Ging and he also went on the hunt for Ging in the past.
In addition for being his mentor and saving Gon and Killua's life multiple times, he's what Gon hopes to be.
Gon is a proud motherfucker. He felt that he failed himself and Kite by burdening him and causing him to sacrifice himself to save Gon and Killua, and he wanted to make it up to Kite so bad that nothing else mattered.
I think that had to do more than just the fact that Kite was close to him.
That's why I wrote "In some cases", anon.
Are you really that stupid? Do you even understand what's being discussed? Saving a friend & seeking revenge are two completely different things you spastic.
And again with reading the manga. I'm criticizing the anime you idiot; not the manga, not the brand- I'm talking about the 2011 anime by Madhouse. Is your skull to thick to register something so simple?
>Saving a friend
let me just quote yourself.
>Do you even understand what's being discussed?
When he takes a liking to somebody, it doesn't matter if it's for a few minutes or a few years, he won't just allow them to die. That is what is being discussed.
Here you go, I'll quote another line back at you.
>Are you really that stupid?
No need to answer that.
>I'm criticizing the anime you idiot;
I'm talking about the manga because I have that readily available to give you examples. The anime should have it too, otherwise it's flawed and people have been pointing out to you not to take the anime-original takes for proper characterization since the beginning of the thread.
But you have a knack for skipping past things that would prove you wrong, don't you?
Gon wanted Pitou to save Kite and the only way he could get Pitou to listen to him was by threatening to kill Komugi. To Gon Kite was more important than some random blind girl he's never met before so it's not surprising that he was willing to kill her if it meant saving Kite.
lol, Gon's mental strength is questioned multipl times by multiple characters (Biske, Morau, Killua, etc.). And it was heavily hinted at that he was on the cusp of having a breakdown.
They were fond memories, retard. Seeing a person you looked up to live up to your expectations and having him acknowledge as a comrade would be a positive memory for Gon.
Are you seriously this autistic.
Except that's not what's being discussed at all. His jarring hatred toward Pitou is being discussed.
If I want to critique an anime, I can. I'm not criticizing the manga, therefore it's not relevant, how thick do you need to be to realize this?
Too superficial? I get it, the manga's probably better written than the anime. Does that mean the anime shouldn't be criticized for poorly adapting it? Fuck no.
If you weren't such a superficial mong, you'd realize I was arguing about how that doesn't merit a mental breakdown. Seeing a person live up to your expectations isn't a strong emotional connection, but seeing as you're an extremely superficial imbecile, I can understand how you thought it was.
>Except that's not what's being discussed at all. His jarring hatred toward Pitou is being discussed.
You are completely and utterly incapable of following quote chains, it seems.
Now you are also ignoring the argument being made instead of verifying if it's in the anime. I wonder if you do this to save yourself from further shame.
You cannot win this argument though.
There was that scene where he scares Morel and he literally says something about him having a breakdown (or going crazy or something I'm not at the pc so I can't check). You'd have to be blind to ignore that obvious warning sign.
It's easy to say this, but as an audience member, I don't feel the strong emotional connection between him and Kite. All I've seen from Kite is him kicking ant ass & a 2 minute flashback, so seeing Gon react the way he does felt all the more jarring.
This, plus from everything that gon and killua had experienced of the bugs up until that point, they KNEW they had to be ruthless to them since they would get no mercy in return. Keep in mind these are bugs that were speeding their own development through their queen devouring thousands of humans indiscriminately.
Just the fujoshi obsession with that little fuck made me dislike Killua
Thank god Gon was around to piss them all off with his mental breakdown
>jarring hatred toward Pitou
>jarring hatred towards a person who killed your friend mercilessly and then manipulated him as a puppet
>compounded by the fact that said monster just lied to you after you complied to follow it's wishes and is about to kill you
Why shouldn't Gon hate Pitou. He would hate anyone that killed someone close to him.
For a superficial idiot like yourself, sure it can.
However, as an audience member who's prepared to think; seeing Gon completely lose his humanity over the death of a character that received little to no development felt arbitrary, and it made him hard to sympathize with.
I like how you think you know what's "superficial" or not for a fictional 13 year-old character.
And Gon didn't lose his humanity because he wanted to kill someone that killed his friend and mentor.
I kind of think I'm on a boat of my own with the whole fujoshit thing. It took me a long time to realize it, but Killua is my self insert, that's probably why I never hated Gon despite being a Killuafag.
No I'm not aware. I've only watched the anime, and here I see a bunch of people telling me shit is better explained in the manga, which I don't care about, because I'm not critiquing the manga.
>kite saved gon's life in the past
>told him about his father and hunters
>inspired him to become a hunter, a major turning point in his life
>WHY HE MAD DAT PITOU KILLED HIM AND THEN LIED TO HIM ABOUT REVIVING HIM
>tfw I'll probably feel the need to recreate all of my webms when sound is enabled on other boards
what a struggle
The Madhouse anime changes a lot of stuff about Kaito and his relationship to Gon, which ends up fucking up a lot of things regarding Gon's progression in the CA arc.
The autism levels in this thread are too damn high.
Railroad engineers have been known to have mental breakdowns because of people that jump in front of trains to kill themselves. They feel overwhelming guilt regardless of if they even knew the person or not.
Gon is a 12 year old kid, and he looks up to Kite because of the close connection he has with his father. If someone were to kill Justin Beiber or some other popular singer that kids idolize, they'd be more than just angry and wanting to seek revenge, and more than just having a mental breakdown, they'd be traumatized for the rest of their fucking lives.
It's because you think killing a bunch of ants over 2-3 episodes is enough for two characters to develop an emotional bond strong enough to warrant one of them having a huge mental breakdown over the thought of the other dying.
Killing Peon Monsters =/= Strong Character Development.
Read the manga.
The show had Gon completely forget about Kite until he met him again while in the manga it's made clear that Kite was his motivation for becoming a Hunter in the first place. He remembered him perfectly well and was delighted to see him again immediately, without that filler scene of Kite "shooting" him and Killua saving him. If you've read One Piece, Kite is Gon's Shanks. He's a fucking 12 year old who watched his personal hero who saved his life as a kid die in front of him and blamed himself for said death.
>What is wrong with you?
he should probably learn how to proofread
Lol, laughable example from a typically dumb poster.
By that logic, why didn't he have a mental breakdown after letting Hisoka decapitate an examinee? Why didn't he have a mental breakdown when the bomber blew up all those people he initially teamed with? What about when Razor blasted someone's head off? It must've been so traumatizing for his fragile, 12 year old mind...
Yeah, Kite is more of a constant presence in the manga and you understand that Gon cares about him even before you actually meet him in CA. That's the one thing that the anime seriously fucked up, other than that I have no major issues with it.
You're perfectly entitled to interpret Gon & Kite's interactions as strong character bonding; you're just a superficial mong as a result.
If you want to see believable, non-superficial character development, read Nana.
He had no connection to any of those examinees. He didn't know them. He does know Kite and Kite has had a significant impact on his life.
And why do you expect Gon to react the same was as railroad engineers or anyone at all? People are different. There are people who've fought in wars who sleep like babies and those that suffer from PTSD.
What does a random person he didn't know or care for dying have to do with anything. How is someone he greatly respects dying the same as a random stranger? Your examples are terrible anon.
>Already knew Illumi wants to control Killua
>Literally no character building during the election except Paris likes to fuck with people which is whats been described over the DA so far
>Finally Ging appears.
>Rivalry between Cheadle and Pariston
>Hisoka and Illumi working together.
>Implying Pairston can be a villian in the future.
>Gon being healed
Yes, a very pointless arc.
It is an asspull because we are never shown the fight between pitou and kite, only the end result. So all we are left with is the assumption that he must have lost due to his arm or lack of skill against pitou. Which I didn't buy since she showed up literally that fucking episode (anime time, not sure about manga) and managed to figure out about nen, learn her specialty and somehow beat kite.
Imagine they did this shit in Yu Yu Hakusho. Instead of Genkai getting defeated by toguro, the man she has history with, it's some character you barely know and only just got introduced the same episode. It's fucking lame.
No. He just wants to take advantage of it now.
Yes, it's shitty writing that completely invalidates all the character development Gon went through and feels like something ripped straight from one piece.
That doesn't make it an asspull.
>people dislike Gon because he threatened to kill someone
>people like Killua, a literal assassin
>people like Hisoka, who kills to calm his horniness
Since when do you guys pretend to be moralfags?
No he didn't. Ging only said that Kite has a special crazy slot ability that Kite can only use when he doesn't want to die. Ging didn't even know if Kite was dead or alive or not, so how the fuck would he know he got eaten by a chimera ant and then another ant was born with his memories. All the other ants that retained some/all of their memories didn't need any special powers to do it, are you fucking retarded?
He has a chance to get it, and Ging assumed that's how he survived, Ging assuming something doesn't make it true
A lot of ants retained their old memories, I don't get why people are so upset about it happening to Kite too.
People are upset about it happening to Kite too because Gon went though all this shit for Kite's sake so having him alive at the end makes all the character development and Gon being willing to die to avenge him feel stupid.
Not this guy, but they just said that his ability has a weapon that shows up when he has a strong will to survive
Ants that still have their memories had a strong will as humans (see Welfin, Colt, Gyro)
The whole crazy slot thing that Ging explained only puts emphasis on the fact that Kite had a strong will to survive (probably to buy time for Gon and Killua to escape) and also explains why the ant that was born from his brain has all his memories
How would you know. Kite's soul isn't in the ant Kite, she just has his memories. How the fuck would that even work.
The Ant Kite even has a different personality than the human one.
Gon is just generally nice to people he meets, he never pretended being a goody two shoes boy.
Even if he was, there's a point where even the nicest person snaps and acts selfishly and ruthlessly just to get what he wants.
Plus Kite showing up as basically a completely different character with the same mind just increases the stupidity. I know it makes sense given that his brain was eaten, but if crazy slot was really trying to ensure he would survive, why not an immediate thing like teleportation away from the danger zone.
I'm sure you faggots have said something really mean to someone just in spite because you were super pissed at them but didnt actually mean it. I don't think Gon was going to kill chess bitch. Don't get butt hurt because Gon-kun didn't just talk-no-jutsu your waifu.
>Killua knocks him out when he's about to fight Pitou
>he still only feels angry at Pitou and himself and punishes both although Killua contributed to Kite's death much more than him
>be called selfish by Killua for using a last resort when he was about to be killed
What a dick, right?
Also people forget that he singlehandedly took care of a royal guard while the rest of the team was struggling against the other two even though they greatly outnumbered them.
If Gon wasn't there to keep Pitou busy who knows how the fight would've ended up.
If Gon was dead, he wouldn't feel guilty. Fuck Killua.
But it was selfish. Doesn't mean it wasn't the right choice, though.
Killua and Gon were supposed to challenge Pitou together, according to the plan, and Killua thought that Gon was just putting himself into danger IIRC
>he still called him selfish
He was being selfish. Did Gon ever stop to think about the people that cared for him? Mito? Kurapika and Leoroio? Killua? No he didn't.
>Killua was the reason Gon felt guilty
No. Killua is the reason Gon is alive.
Then why did Killua leave Gon's side when he was waiting for Pitou? Pitou lied about the time it'd take to heal Komugi and she'd have killed Gon if Knuckles and co didn't take Komugi hostage
>but if crazy slot was really trying to ensure he would survive
For the last fucking time, that had nothing to do with Ant Kite retaining his memories.
The only thing we know is that Kite conjured the mace when he fought Pitou, and then they show Pitou covered in scratches holding Kites head. Then Pitou fed his brain to the Queen and turned his body into a puppet to train soldiers.
An ability Kite only uses when he desperately wants to survive only means it's his strongest crazy slot ability. He cant have a weapon that can teleport him or do all this other shit because those abilities fall in other categories, and Kite isn't a fucking specialist.
Except it is. Did you miss everything Koala man talked about? The fact that his soul survived, and how he didn't believe such a thing could exist back when he was a hired killer?
>What he did is also the reason he is alive.
What he did is the reason he was bedridden, close to death. Killua finding Alluka and begging her to save Gon is the reason he's alive. Killua saves Gon... again.
Yes, but if he didn't do it he'd be dead. Let me make my point simpler to understand
>Killua prevents Gon from fighting Pitou and dying
>Gon makes a contract that put a huge toll on his body to avoid getting killed by Pitou
>somehow he is considered selfish by Killua
Humans are also violent by nature.(Google it for source)
We have become civilized over long periods of time.
The Chimera Ants (some of them) didn't take a long time to become civil.
Also, why was the queen able to speak the language in the Hunter x Hunter universe? Who did she learn it from?
>born from the genetic makeup of literally thousands of mercilessly slaughtered humans and animals
>lobotomizes helpless nen boy not even 10 minutes out the womb
>kills highly experienced nen user/mentor to gon and killua not even 20 minutes out the womb
> no reason other than must protect muh king
Yea, Gon. What an asshole.
I thought the whole point about Kite-s nen was that he can't control what weapon he takes out. I assume that there was at least one thing even more powerful than his uber-scythe thingy which would have helped him maybe even kill Pitou but he just did not pull it out. RNG fucked him over.
Meruem > Cell
Also, your bait is showing.
>replying to 2 hours old post
>still being wrong
Children aren't reasonable adults. The only reason they don't go around killing people is because they don't have that power. Gon did.
Didn't you watch that Twilight Zone episode? Giving immature children a lot of power is never a good idea.
>Mentor doesn't even die
>gets revived as a girl because lol why not
>Pitou actually felt bad
>Loved her king because it was what she was born to do
Yeah what a bitch. She was killed because Gon had a temper tantrum of ridiculous proportions.
There were three paths and only one where he had a chance at staying alive
>fight Pitou with Kite and die
>be killed by Pitou in that underground thing
>do the contract and somehow be healed
din du nutin
>>Mentor doesn't even die
He didn't know that. Actually I'm pretty sure he flipped out because Pitou told him he's deaaaaaaad.
>>Pitou actually felt bad
Yeah she felt bad she didn't toy around with him more.
>Also, why was the queen able to speak the language in the Hunter x Hunter universe?
You mean Japanese? She can only speak through telepathy, she's not actually speaking the language dumbfuck.
>Pitou actually felt bad
Pitou felt pity for Gon, but nothing indicates she felt bad for what she did to Kite.
>Yeah she felt bad she didn't toy around with him more.
>Mentor doesn't even die
>Rivalry between Cheadle and Pariston
Oh Bark pls, more like
>Love between Cheadle and Pariston
>Kite's soul isn't in the ant Kite, she just has his memories.
>The Ant Kite even has a different personality than the human one.
When was this said? I thought Koala said the opposite. Is ant Palm a different Palm too, then?
>there will never be a HxH thread without massive shitposting
s i g h
Never, she never will feel love on that psychopath, she already knows Pariston's nature.
And like Ging said, she's jealous of him because he has Netero's "spirit", so she hates him even more.
>Gon can smell like a dog as well
Okay knowing Togashi Parsiton x Ging might also happen.
>implying Cheadle isn't pure anymore.
She doesn't have time for love for now, and she will with Leorio at the end of the series.
>Why do you think his hair is green-ish?
>Gon can smell like a dog as well
Jesus christ no
Nah, Gon isn't an annoying ugly unlikable cunt
I don't think so, she would have like 10-13 years, too young to have a baby, besides, she was very busy studying to become Doctor and a law scholar.
There is nobody who actually believes this.
Ging is a grown up Urameshi so shut your trap
>Ging is just Yusuke who became bored and travelled around the world
>he actually comes from the Dark Continent which is the YYH verse
>final arc is the Demon World Tournament again
So then Pitou-chan should be right up your alley.
Everyone likes catgirls.
Kite is more attractive.
Why would he get uglier as he ages?
It varies, pic related.
too pure for even the purest form of love
you should read this, point number 2 is pretty interesting.
Pariston's anagram is very old, and you forgot about saccho's last name, if I remember he can be the real mole.
I already thought about those points since time ago, and the only thing that will cause Cheadle being the mole is that being blackmailed by Pariston
>How would you know. Kite's soul isn't in the ant Kite, she just has his memories. How the fuck would that even work.
>The Ant Kite even has a different personality than the human one.
Wasn't that what you said?
She's cute as fuck and was pretty funny during the elections.
>that need for attention at the mic
>that reaction at Pariston nominatig Cheadle as VC
I hope she doesn't die a horrible death like P
onzuor P itou
like, all of that is important, but i think the bigger thing is that it's the first time he's lost someone he cared about. that shit will fuck you up as a child, and the only strange thing is that he doesn't seem to be affected by it any more.
Pariston has connections everywhere, he controls the majority of the association (that's why he won the elections ), surely he knows a lot of secrets including the Zodiacs and powerful people.
I will not be surprised if he already knows the abilities of all the Zodiacs, except Ging obviously.
Like I said before if she's the traitor, she will be easily manipulated by him if he knows something dark about Cheadle's past.
But that's not very likely, surely he wanted to put at test Cheadle's leadership and wanted to see how far she can manage the mission to D.C. with the pressure of V6 and other traps.
It got apparent that there was something "wrong" with gon during greed island arc, especially while fighting genthru
they initially had a plan set out and were to immediately execute it to capture genthru. something inside gon told him "fuck it" and he went ahead and pushed himself to his limits, practically testing the waters by sacrificing his own fucking hands
even genthru, a psycho mass murderer, was struck with fear at that moment and he himself said "that guy is a psycho!"
so, there you go, gon is actually deeper than you think, ever since greed island, something changed about him and he was ready to sacrifice almost anything to get to his goal, regardless of how extreme the sacrifice would be
you can see that in the dodgeball match vs razor, where gon sacrificed killuas hands, where gon sacrificed his own hands (which, in turn might be a self punishment for what he did to killua) aswell as sacrificing "everything" up against pitou, because he could not achieve his goal of saving kite, ever, since pitou took it from him. so it wasnt as much about the companionship between gon and kite, but more about gon being determined on his goals, to the point where you could call him a psycho
I think it might be something he got from Ging, pretty sure there might be something going on there, you dont get to be the #1 hunter in the world without loosening a few screws
its kite + whoever got eating during the period in which he was created, its a mix of several people (including the girl the koala shot) but it seems kite is prominent by chance
so its kite, but also not quite kite, alright?
kite was profoundly changed by becoming a CA, so it is arguable that he / she is now a different person that retains aspects of her previous existence, but relates to them differently than before.
I'm pretty sure he only has the body from that girl and that the mind is Kite's alone, otherwise he'd also have other memories and be quite the schizo
This however makes more sense, even if i don't recall him saying anything about the way it affected him
It's not Kite genetically
But it has kite's consciousness and personality.
I don't know what the hell you're talking about.
Little girl Kite is just as stoic and serious as normal Kite was.
idk i wouldn't really expect anyone who went through that to necessarily understand what happened.
i imagine it's something like receiving head trauma, going into a coma, and waking up with different parts of your personality and memories mixed up.
What makes you think she's being manipulated though? She may just be so against him to lead the opposition, while actually being on his side
I'm not saying that, at least not like a fact, I'm only speculating, and I said "But that's not very likely".
>and the only thing that will cause Cheadle being the mole is that being blackmailed by Pariston
The way you said that made it seem like the only way she could possibly be on his side would be due to blackmail
That's correct and when I wanted to explain more, I wrote:
>Like I said before if she's the traitor, she will be easily manipulated by him if he knows something dark about Cheadle's past.
But that's not very likely, surely he wanted to put at test Cheadle's leadership and wanted to see how far she can manage the mission to D.C. with the pressure of V6 and other traps.
Shit, i never noticed
Oh I see, now I understand you, well in that case I want to see why she can be in Pariston's side by her own, maybe to reveal the true intentions of Beyond Netero.
But surely the first thing that can happen is that some Zodiacs would be against Mizaistom and Kurapika because he used them to reveal the traitor..
The only way I can really think of it being foreshadowed is what Wing told him when he was explaining Kurapika's abilities. I think Wing knew Gon would do something incredibly stupid like that, and that's why he told Gon to never make a nen restriction on his abilities, because he knew Gon would take it too far.
It wasn't exactly, but we've heard in the series how nen with restrictions and emotions can be far more powerful, so it's not exactly impossible to see that someone could make a final sacrifice like that.
Shit, Neteros zero hand was basically that.
The white-haired Zoldycks should die for torturing their kids and raising them as assassins anyway. Killua's a faggot and has no desire to continue the tradition, so he can live. The black-haired children are all faggots as well, so they can live. Killua's mom should be stabbed in the face repeatedly until she dies, though.
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>lol what an idiot.
>forcing your morals on a fictional chinese cartoon
This manga only has room for one edgemaster
what the fuck was with Alluka out of nowhere to have bajesus powers?
This would honestly be in line with the rest of this series tendency to just do random ass shit.
>oh they gonna fight man
>rock paper scissors
>aw shieeeet this ant guy's fuckin every one up
>dies to aids
Deus ex machina to get the MC back into the story while also bringing attention to the dark continent
> implying Pitou isn't a lying Jewish puss
Kite was still alive.
I partly think that Pitou didn't intend on lying. I'm sure she would've done anything to appease Gon as long as Komugi was in his hands, even if it meant waiting just a little longer before eliminating Gon. But once she got the phone call, the agreement was void (though this raises the question of why didn't Pitou just kill Gon in the hallway. Was it possible that she was willing to uphold her end of the bargain, assuming kite was treatable?)
Really though everything is that fucking faggot Pufu's fault
That's not what I'm arguing. everyone understands that Pitou didn't know who Kite was.
The question is whether Pitou lied to Gon about the whole thing or only "lied" once she realized she can't do shit about kite.
>you will never get to
He's like 15, anon.
12 year old Killua is best though.