Why is he so based?
>Togashi got his back surgery done recently and wrote a review for a publishing shoujo manga. He has also been working as editor for Kuroko no Basket.
Dark Continent soon.
He's thankful that he got the chance to fight a being stronger than he is, being the strongest human in existence. The heart represents his gratitude, and is also foreshadowing for something later involving his heart.
It also ties into one of his lines, "a prayer comes from the heart".
Better question being, why is everyone in the CA arc so based?
Moe is the strongest power humans can call upon
If he knew he was going to die either way, why didn't Netero just make a Gon-tier nen vow and beat Meruem's ass?
Is sacrificing potential the only type of nen vow there is? Kurapika's gives him an ability boost against the Phantom Troupe. Is there a reason something like that conjoined with Gon's punishment wouldn't have worked?
It could have worked, but there wouldn't be any point to it. Kurapika vowing to end his life if he didn't stick to using the Chain Jail on Phantom Troupe members was way enough to do what he needed.
Plus people set conditions all the time it seems. Just look at Cheetu's ability he used against Morel : getting caught by the target means you cannot use the ability anymore. Komugi was god-like at Gungi because she swore she would kill herself if she lost etc. It also seems to depends on the "resolve" of the individual itself.
No, but potential is probably the biggest thing you can trade because it means:
>you'll never be able to use nen again
>you might die (and he probably would have if Knov didn't get all these doctors and shit)
Which is the same thing that happens when you break a nen vow according to Wing, so there isn't much that tops this
As said above, he basically traded all his remaining aura for zero hand so there's that i guess
Kurapika vow was to only be able to use his chain against 13 people in the entire world, no wonder it's OP as fuck against those 13 people in particular
>there are people who don't like based Ging
I don't understand
I agree. He still owes a proper apology to Killua, too.
For refusing to heed Wing's advice.
For selfishly throwing his life away without care for the people who love him.
>So should he apologize for being alive?
He's only alive because of Killua, dumbass.
> refusing to heed Wing's advice
It was his last resort.
>selfishly throwing his life away without care for the people who love him
Pitou was about to kill him, if he didn't make the contract he'd actually be dead.
>He's only alive because of Killua
Yes, but that doesn't change the fact that it was his only chance of surviving.
>Killua and Gon are supposed to fight Pitou together
>Gon waits for Pitou to finish her thing
>Killua leaves to do his own thing
>Killua isn't back
>Gon fights Pitou
>"ABLOO BLOO WE WERE SUPPOSED TO FIGHT PITOU TOGETHER APOLOGIZE"
She'd be so much better without them. Fucking Togashi.
That's not the point. Gon didn't care what it took, he sacrificed everything to gain the strength to kill Pitou. After his covenant ended, his body was basically drained because it couldn't handle all of the energy. He also had no way of knowing Killua would rush over to rescue him or that Pitou's corpse would re-animate and try to kill him. You're logic is stupid.
>How did it happen then?
Read the manga.
And the fact that he made the contract knowing he would have died regardless remains.
Okay, let's make this simpler
There were 2 options:
>1. Don't make the contract, and certain death by Pitou's hand
>2. Make the contract, and hope he is found in time by someone
Now which one has the lowest chance of Gon dying?
Hint: it's not the first one
No evidence to indicate he hoped to be found by anybody because he didn't care about dying.
You're not arguing from Gon's point of view so your argument is inherently retarded, but you're probably just baiting anyway.
Yes, but my point is that it still was the one thing that saved him. Therefore, he doesn't have to apologize.
Now i know Gon disregarded his life at that point, but he wouldn't be alive he didn't make that contract.
> It also seems to depends on the "resolve" of the individual itself.
Indeed, and Pouf stated that Gon had the strongest will amongst all the people who invaded the palace. Netero never had any intense hate for Meruem the same way Gon did for Pitou, Netero was grateful because he had completed his life's goal.
What do you not understand retard?
He was gonna die for sure if he did not make the contract. Why to not use everything he has to take pitou down with him?
How is that fucking selfist? You are braindead
These are hilarious.
>That doesn't mean anything. He's been working as an editor for Kuroko no Basket for years.
Maybe this was the real reason for those terrorist threats against Kuroko no Basgay.
I would think
hedoes, since nen abilities are a mental thing.
>She's probably even stronger now that she's a chimera ant.
Nobody has noticed a considerable difference in
hisaura, but who knows.
>My name isn't Reina! It's KITE!
I shit myself three times over. That scene was perfect. Morel is my man
How are the movies? I started watching Phantom Rouge and I ain't digging it.
>I'm surprised Gon doesn't call him out on that
Call him out for what? IIRC Killua wasn't even expecting an apology, and if he was, it was for the "You have it easy" line.
Phantom Rouge is the one.
Greed island movie is just the greed island arc but short and last mission is about enemies that use a special "Dark Nen" that corrupts people. It's just as fucking dumb as it sounds.
The one about dark nen totally shits on everything established by Togashi
I'm not sure how it was greenlighted, it reads like a fanfiction by a 12 year old, but some of the action sequences are pretty.
99.99% of all anime movies are shit.
>having taste this shit
lmaoing @ your life scrub
>never cut his hair
It's not my fault he's ugly.
His fight against Killua was interesting.
Why is he so perfect?
Not him but I did just this after seeing pic related.
And I kept watching until Meruem died making me cry like a faggot despite not knowing a damn thing of what was going on aside from reasonable guesses. Is it too late for me to enjoy this from the beginning having already seen how this shit ends up?
The other arcs have no relation to CA, you've only really spoiled yourself on that one. Yorknew and Election arc are just as enjoyable as CA and are the top three arcs of the show. I'd say go for it.
I'll keep that in mind then.
Somehow I didn't consider to pick it up from that fight alone and continued to spoil myself.
I've already learned my lesson about relying on adaptations too much.
It's been awhile and they were very shitty standard guesses.
Mostly that the battle was to take out Meruem because he was going to be crowned or something and pretty much wipe out mankind. And somehow Komugi was their trumpcard after Netero failed to take him out. This was either to remind him the joys of being with humans or something like that or quite simply as a hostage. Anything else they did a good job at least giving you a clue.
>the anime covers the same shit
You can always tell who is an anime only fag and who isn't.
The anime cut too many corners and was too insipid direction-wise to be interesting, not to mention it cut important shit out, changed things around and effectively cheapened Gon's tragedy in doing so because so many animefags were confused as to why he cared so much about Kite.
Not going to lie though, episode 116 was 11/10 GOAT and I'm happy with how it turned out, it deserved the best possible production values.
Yes, in the anime Gon has forgotten about Kite for whatever reason.
Holy fuck, that page is a goldmine
Kite is the only real problem, it can be fixed by just having people read the first chapter of the manga before watching the series. The direction isn't going to affect anyone's enjoyment of it unless they're really picky, majority of people thought it was a very well done adaption.
There's more than the first chapter that was left out. In the manga we're shown that Gon still cares and remembers Kite and that foreshadowing is needed for when we actually see Gon meet him at the start of the CA arc, he wasn't just some guy who appeared in the first chapter.
>unless they're really picky
A lot of people prefer adaptations to be more than copy pastes of manga panels.