where is the dark continent supposed to be?
its africa isn't it
I can't find the exact picture of the dark continent in comparison to our world but the hunter world we know is surrounded by a lake of the dark continent.
>tfw none of these new subplots will ever be resolved and we will never get to the gate keeper. and the shitposting will never end.
Might as well post the whole page.
I remember I was naive enough to think we'd hear some kind of news this month since it came back around this time last year.
Honestly I think Toriko did it better.
And given that HxH can't realistically reach proportions where the protagonist and antagonist duke it out on a scale where glancing blows could destroy the planet, I feel it's going to leave a lot of crappy loose ends if togashi ever gets off his ass.
Given how south america and africa were part of the same land mass, what sort of tectonic fuckery occurred in the HxH universe to put them facing the opposite way of how they would have broken apart?
I thought that was niggerstream but its not.
no idea why its mavius. viz?
>The planet would have to be absolutely gigantic
God damnit its like you people don't pay any kind of attention.
>A planet so large that humans would have been crushed by it's gravity
Maybe it's a hollow planet? without a big mass the gravity would be the same as ours
>The also have a 24h day so the planet is spinning like crazy
This doesn't change anything, we are spinning fast af too
People do seems to have more strenght and aerobic capacity in the HxH universe though. I wouldn't be suprirsed if that was partially because the gravity is stronger and O2 concentrations are bigger.
Or perhaps I'm still trying to make sense out of the insane clown coming back to life after half an hour of oxigen deprivation.
>>The also have a 24h day so the planet is spinning like crazy
>This doesn't change anything, we are spinning fast af too
If a planet that big spins fast enough to have a 24h day-night cycle its whole atmosphere would have constant hurricane-tier winds.
But that doesn't even matter. It's physically impossible for a rocky planet that big to exist in our universe. So it's better just not to think too much about it.
the map is showing every piece of land they know about not of their entire planet.
The "roundness" of the world has been shown in other part of the series. I think when Gon was at the top of the world tree with Ging they show the horizon curving on the sides, but I'm not entirely sure about it.
Just a reminder that Togashi will pull off the "it were aliens all along". Everything points out to it, humans(holding this new power called nen) crashed on this new planet where they started a new civilization(they had to escape from the earth ala Wall-E), but then war started between humans and the inhabitants of the planet, resulting in the humans being restricted to "the lake" giving as result a peace treaty where humans could live but only inside that lake, this would totally explain why the ants didn't know and couldn't use nen, inhabitants doesn't hold this power like humans.
This is how I take it. The series is good to end there without worrying about that much in regards to loose ends, but now with the new arc Togashi is getting into so many plot threads there's absolutely no way the series will wrap up in his lifetime.
Yes, just like yuyu hakusho's infinite stretching demon realm.
The same way everything is still in place despite the planet supposedly spinning at super speed aka bullshit.
No, as soon as a planet gets much bigger than Earth is, its gravity gets strong enough to hold certain toxic gases, like methane (which on earth rises to the upper atmosphere), close to the surface, making life as we know it impossible.
>inb4 the people in HxH are not "life as we know it"