1051am.com: HUNTER X HUNTER-VOL MOVIE [DVD] : Movies & TV. Hunter X Hunter (). esekai_nani_ Wenn man mit Dragon Ball, Naruto und One Piece aufwächst, ist man stets auf der Suche nach dem. Original-Erstausstrahlung: So Nippon TV Folge 3. Gon, Leorio und Kurapika erreichen die Stadt Zaban, wo die Hunter-Prüfung stattfindet.
Hunter × HunterDie Folgen umfassende Serie lief vom 2. Oktober bis September auf NTV, sowie mit einem Versatz von bis zu einem Monat 30 weiteren. Hunter X Hunter (). esekai_nani_ Wenn man mit Dragon Ball, Naruto und One Piece aufwächst, ist man stets auf der Suche nach dem. Alle Staffeln der Serie Hunter x Hunter. Episodenanzahl: Folgen; Start in Japan: 2. Oktober ; Deutschlandstart der. Staffel Hunter x Hunter: August.
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Aktuelle Besucherzahlen finden Sie auch Hunter X Hunter (2011) den Kinofilme Gratis zum jeweiligen Kinofilm. - Hunter x Hunter – NewsYoshihiro Togashi. Gon Freecs ist 12 Jahre alt und lebt bei seiner Tante in einer Parallelwelt. Sein Vater ist ein Hunter, eine Tätigkeit, die viele gesellschaftliche Privilegien mit sich bringt. Gon möchte seinem Vater nacheifern und macht sich auf die Suche nach. Hunter × Hunter (ハンター×ハンター, Hantā Hantā) ist ein Manga des japanischen Zeichners Mai begann die bisher letzte Auszeit, welche bis Anfang August andauerte. Der Manga erschien Sammelkartenspiel. Für wurde das Spiel „Hunter X Hunter: Greed Adventure“ für Android und iOS angekündigt. Hunter x Hunter (): Gons größter Wunsch ist es, ein Hunter zu werden, ein Hüter des Gleichgewichts zwischen Menschen und ihrer Umwelt. Dadurch. Original-Erstausstrahlung: So Nippon TV Folge 3. Gon, Leorio und Kurapika erreichen die Stadt Zaban, wo die Hunter-Prüfung stattfindet.
Episode Episode 8. Hunter x Hunter Movie: Phantom Rouge. Side story Winter Hunter x Hunter Movie: The Last Mission.
Hunter x Hunter is set in a world where Hunters exist to perform all manner of dangerous tasks like capturing criminals and bravely searching for lost treasures in uncharted territories.
Twelve-year-old Gon Freecss is determined to become the best Hunter possible in hopes of finding his father, who was a Hunter himself and had long ago abandoned his young son.
Gon and his friends have advanced to the final phase of the Hunter Exam. The final phase is a tournament where the winners are out and the losers advance.
The rule is that if you kill your opponent, you'll be disqualified. The first mach is Gon versus Hanzo. Gon can't do anything against Hanzo, but he refuses to give up.
Hanzo is losing his patience and threatens to break Gon's arm. Gon wakes up, and finds himself being congratulated by Satotz for being the first person to pass the Hunter Exam.
Gon asks Satotz if the Exam was still going on, and Satotz tells him that it's over. Satotz explains the events that occurred while he was unconscious.
Hisoka and Kurapika engage in a short fight during which Hisoka whispers something to Kurapika, and promptly surrenders. In the next round Hanzo forces Pokkle to surrender.
Bodoro is beaten by Hisoka. Hisoka whispers into Bodoro's ear which convinces Bodoro to surrender. Killua forfeits the next round because he thinks fighting Pokkle would not interest him.
Leorio asks to postpone the next round until Bodoro is in a proper shape to fight. Killua then fights Gittarackur , who is revealed to be Killua's brother Illumi following his facial transformation from the previous phase of the exam.
After a tense conversation in which Illumi kills an examiner and threatens to kill Gon, Killua surrenders and falls into a depressed state.
The next round between Leorio and Bodoro finally commences, but Killua interrupts it by killing Bodoro and disqualifying himself.
Gon then heads to the New Hunter orientation to confront Illumi. Gon is upset that Killua was forced to kill.
Gon is mad at Illumi and proclaims that he will go to Kukuroo Mountain to rescue Killua. As Gon and his friends depart, Satotz mentions that the Hunter Exam isn't over yet.
After arriving in the Republic of Podokea, Gon, Leorio, and Kurapika board a tour bus to Kukuroo Mountain, where Killua lives. However, they're blocked by a massive "Testing Gate.
Gon tells Zebro, the elderly gatekeeper, that they are friends of Killua and asks to be let in. Kurapika eventually realizes the front gate is not locked, unlike the smaller side gate, and Leorio struggles to open the gate.
Zebro eventually explains that each door of the gate weights two tons, the minimum amount of strength required for opening just one door.
The group learns that Killua opened three levels of doors, sixteen tons total. After arguing with the family butler and attempting to climb over the gate with his fishing pole, Gon's spirit convinces Zebro to open the Testing Gate and accompany them so they can enter without Mike eating them.
Gon and his friends have decided to pass through the Testing Gate to see Killua. Zebro takes them to the servants' quarters where they meet Seaquant and rest for the night.
They discover that every thing in the house is extremely heavy, so they decide to train so they can be strong enough to open the Testing Gate on their own.
Meanwhile, Killua is being tortured by his brother Milluki until he is ready to apologize to his mother. Killua learns from his family that his friends are at the estate to see him.
Gon, Leorio, and Kurapika are able to open the gate after completing their training and Gon's left arm heals , but the apprentice butler Canary stands in their way.
Just like with Zebro, Gon's conviction touches Canary's heart. Just as Canary is about to let them pass, Killua's mother attacks her.
Killua's mother then gives the group a sad message from Killua that may or may not be true. We witness a few flashbacks from Killua's earlier childhood, mostly between him and Canary.
When the flashbacks end, Kikyo , Killua's mother, tells them that Killua cannot see them as he is in solitary confinement.
While speaking with the trio, Kikyo suddenly begins screaming to "Father" that he not do anything hasty.
Killua's grandfather, Zeno , arrives in the dungeon and tells Killua he can go, despite Milluki insisting Killua isn't genuinely sorry yet. Killua is summoned by his father, Silva.
With help from Canary, who is concerned about Killua, Gon and his friends are getting closer to the mansion. Meanwhile, Killua is bonding with his father much to Kikyo's strong displeasure , and Silva asks him if he wants to see his friends.
Killua answers truthfully that he does, so Silva grants him his freedom with the promise that Killua should never betray his friends.
A short squabble between Kikyo and Silva reveals that he still believes Killua will one day return home as the leader of the Zoldyck family.
Kikyo confides in Gotoh, the family butler, how emotionally distraught she is over Killua leaving again. With his father's approval, Killua makes his way to the butler's quarters.
He instructs Gotoh to let him know the moment Gon and the other arrive. Gotoh complies, but internal dialogue reveals he has other intentions.
Canary guides Gon and his friends to the butler office. There, they meet the butler Gotoh, who challenges them to a coin game so he can determine if they are worthy of being Killua's friends.
Leorio and Kurapika are disqualified for guessing the wrong hand, leaving only Gon to play the next round. After winning the game and reuniting with Killua, Gon now looks ahead to his next objective.
He refuses to use his Hunter's License until he can return Hisoka's number badge. Kurapika reveals that he knows where to find Hisoka and that Hisoka has information about the Phantom Troupe.
Leorio and Kurapika leave the group to pursue their own goals. Gon and Killua decide to spend their time training.
Everyone agrees to meet again September 1 in Yorknew City. November 5, [d]. A recap of episodes 14 to Gon and Killua have arrived at Heavens Arena, where opponents get stronger as you ascend the tower, to train and make money.
Both of them are immediately advanced to the 50th floor after their initial battles on the 1st floor. There, they meet Zushi , another young teen with amazing strength.
When Killua faces off against Zushi, he has no difficulty at all, until Zushi uses a strange technique reminiscent of what Illumi used.
Killua is frightened enough to back away, but Zushi's martial arts master, Wing , instructs him to stop the technique.
Killua and Gon continue winning fights until they reach the th floor. The pair decide to ask Zushi about his strange technique called "Ren" , but Wing warns them against it.
Killua insists he knew because Ren is related to the secret behind his brother's power. In the end, Killua agrees to study under Wing.
In Wing's room, Gon, Killua and Zushi are being taught by Wing. He explains the 4 main principles: Ten, Ren, Zetsu and Hatsu. He demonstrates how Ren works, by giving Killua the idea of killing him.
Because of the strong pressure, Killua is forced to back off. Wing advises them to train with Zushi and start mastering Ten but Killua suggests that they should leave.
Killua reveals to Gon that Wing was lying all along as his teachings don't explain Zushi's extreme resilience he noticed while fighting him.
Zushi is troubled because Wing lied to them. Wing only says that for them to know the other meaning of Nen is dangerous.
After clearing the th floor, Gon and Killua advance to the th floor. They are stopped by a strong aura which makes them both wary. An employee appears, stating that they should register before midnight.
Hisoka appears out of nowhere, and warns them that they are not ready yet and he won't let them pass. Wing appears behind them and offers to teach them the real Nen.
Before leaving, the employee also informs Killua that if he can't register at the given time, he will never be admitted as he already failed to register for the th floor once as a kid.
In Wing's room, he finally teaches Gon and Killua the real Nen. Gon and Killua's aura nodes finally open thanks to Wing's help.
He teaches them how to pass through Hisoka's barrier of Nen. A few hours before midnight, Gon and Killua come back to the hallway that Hisoka is guarding.
They successfully pass through and Gon challenges Hisoka to a fight. Hisoka only replies that if Gon manages to win even one match, Hisoka will accept his challenge.
The two successfully register before time runs out. After registering, they are confronted by three fighters from the th floor, namely Gido, Sadaso, and Riehlvelt.
The two leave and head towards their room. A message saying that Gon's match will be on the next day is seen on the television. The next day, Gido and Gon face off in the arena.
Gido launches his spinning tops he called Battle Waltz. Gon is left defenseless in the middle of the ring. Gon continues his fight with Gido and begins to understand how the Dancing Tops technique works.
After he understands the principle behind the technique he is able to evade the attacks. However, he is not able to go on the offensive because of Gido's Tornado Top defense.
Gon continues to fight and manages to release some of his hidden talents but eventually loses the fight.
After the fight is over Master Wing chastises Gon and forbids him from learning any more about Nen until his injuries heal. Kurapika is denied a job at the Agency and meets a stranger who tests his skills and offers to teach him about Nen.
One month after Gon is seriously injured and banned to directly practice Nen or be part of any match , the 2-year-lap revenge of the Nen-user Kastro against the magician Hisoka is about to start in the Sky Arena.
Kastro shows confidence, remembering an old saying, "not to fight If you do not have a chance of winning" in this game. Facing to the game, he is also filled with a fearless smile secretly.
Kastro and Hisoka face off in Heaven's Arena. Kastro goes on the offensive and appears to have an advantage.
Hisoka is unable to dodge because Kastro creates a Nen double that hides behind Kastro's attacks.
Despite losing both arms, Hisoka is confident and performs magic tricks, appearing to reattach one arm.
He artfully and secretly uses his Hatsu, "Bungee Gum", to kill Kastro with the playing cards from one of his tricks. After the fight, Machi approaches Hisoka and uses Nen to sew both of his arms back on.
She has a message from the boss of the Phantom Troupe. After she leaves, Hisoka removes his spider tattoo, revealing that it is a fake.
Gon recovered from his injuries and trains in Nen along with Killua and Zushi, under the instruction of Wing. Sadaso, Riehvelt, and Gido kidnap Zushi to coax Killua into agreeing to fight Sadaso if they leave Killua and friends alone, but Sadaso breaks his promise by tricking Gon for the same purpose with Zushi's shoe.
Killua threatens his life and Sadaso never shows up to their fight, causing him to lose by default, and giving Killua his first win in the battle of the Riehvalt and Gido hear of Killua's threat from Sadaso and talk about cheating in their matches to gain the upper hand.
Killua interrupts them, demonstrating his speed and cold-blooded demeanor to scare them into playing fairly. After training tirelessly with Zushi and Wing, Gon and Killua defeat Riehvelt and Gido in their battles.
Hisoka, impressed with Gon's progress, appears in Gon's way afterwards and invites him to be his next opponent, to which Gon agrees.
Gon, Killua, and Zushi train in Nen and learn of the Nen aura types in preparation for Gon's battle. Wing reveals at the end of the training that Gon has officially passed the second Hunter exam, and gives them an update on their friends' progress in this secret Nen exam.
The fight between Gon and Hisoka begins, with Hisoka dealing the first punch. Gon shatters a floor tile to create a distraction and manages to successfully land a punch on Hisoka in the face—the bar that Hisoka set for Gon being a worthy opponent.
Gon gives Hisoka his badge after he hits him in the face as part of their prior agreement. Hisoka explains the types of aura by their personality to distract Gon while using his bungee gum on him.
The two keep fighting, with Hisoka using the bungee gum to take control of Gon's movements. Hisoka wins the match because of his technique and a referee that awarded points to end the battle before Gon got seriously injured.
He praises Gon for his progress and warns him that they will fight again, but in the real world where their lives are on the line. Killua and Gon bid farewell to Wing and Zushi as they depart to visit Gon's aunt on Whale Island, finally leaving Heavens Arena behind.
Gon heads home to Whale Island along with Killua. Mito and her grandmother tell Gon about Ging's past. Gon receives a small box from his father.
Gon eventually manages to open the small box with his Nen and finds three items. After examining the unusual ring, they decide to listen to the cassette tape which contains a voice recording of Ging.
On the audio Ging asks Gon if he wants to see him. Gon heard his father's message through the cassette tape.
Gon and Killua grab some information about the memory card from the item box. Killua gets a lead from his brother about the game which is going to be presented in the auction, which will be held in Yorknew City.
The two leave Whale island and journey to Yorknew City. Kurapika leaves his master Mizuken in order to get a job. He finds himself in an interview to become a bodyguard for someone who has connections with the Southern Piece Auction.
Kurapika and the other applicants fight the assailants in order for them to escape the mansion. Meanwhile, Killua asks for his brother's help to gather information about Greed Island.
After receiving information from Milluki, Gon and Killua research Greed Island. At the Nostrade manor, the new employees meet their boss, Neon.
Meanwhile, the Phantom Troupe gathers at Yorknew City. Gon and Killua meet back up with Leorio and continue to try to make some money.
The Phantom Troupe moves out. Meanwhile, Kurapika and Melody have an intimate chat while on guard. The Phantom Troupe storms into the auction room and kills everyone inside at the moment, but finds out that the merchandise has been moved before their attack by a special force of the mafia known as the Shadow Beasts.
The Shadow Beasts take on Uvogin. Kurapika alone makes a move against the Phantom Troupe. The Shadow Beast Owl attempts to capture part of the Phantom Troupe.
The Nostrade bodyguards interrogate Uvogin. Later, Hisoka and Kurapika meet up in an abandoned amusement park. Uvogin searches for the chain user.
The Nostrade family restructures and plans their next move. Gon, Killua, and Leorio look for other ways to make some money. On the outskirts of Yorknew, Kurapika seeks vengeance for his fallen brethren by facing Uvogin.
The trio make attempts to raise money. After Gon pawned his hunter licence for some seed money, he and Killua go to the outside auction market so they may find some hidden treasures to bid on in to raise money.
Meanwhile Leorio tries to find more up to date and reliable info about the Phantom Troupe members. Gon and Killua tail two members of the Phantom Troupe, only to be captured.
Meanwhile, other members of the Troupe continue to gather information on the Nostrade Family and the chain user. The Phantom Troupe question Gon and Killua about the chain user, and that's when Killua realizes he could be Kurapika.
Then they manage to escape and decide to find Kurapika and ask him to teach them more about Nen so they could fight against the Phantom Troupe.
Neon escapes to enter the auction with Chrollo 's help who later steals her fortune telling ability.
While Kurapika accompanies Light Nostrade to meet the professionals who were assigned to kill the spiders. The Troupe take action too and kill the guards.
The Troupe is attacking the auction with all their power. The Ten Dons hired assassins are no match, except for Zeno and Silva. June 3, [e]. The leader of the Phantom Troupe is dead Kurapika is shocked by the news.
Unconvinced, he tries to get a glimpse of the body. Meanwhile, the dead bodies of the other Phantom Troupe members have been discovered. Kurapika meets up with Gon and Killua.
While they are having a picnic, Gon makes Kurapika realize that he can now concentrate on his main goal: getting the eyes of his people back.
Kurapika reveals his nen ability and explains why he must not use it against anyone other than the Troupe. Chrollo uses his new fortune-telling ability to read the futures of the various Troupe members.
Kurapika receives a message that Chrollo isn't dead as previously thought! Chrollo uses his new ability to predict the future of all of his group members.
He predicts that Hisoka is a traitor. Hisoka in his turn changes his fortune and deceives Chrollo into staying rather than leaving.
Chrollo uses the information he has on Neon to identify the location of the chain user, Kurapika. Meanwhile, Killua is keeping an eye on the Phantom Troupe base when he is joined by Melody, who helps determine that the Troupe is headed towards Kurapika's hotel.
The Troupe is finally closing in on Kurapika. July 8, [f]. Gon and Killua are captives of the spiders. Kurapika, Melody, and Leorio hatch a plan to capture Chrollo and use him as leverage to force the remaining Phantom Troupe members to release Gon and Killua.
Kurapika negotiates with Pakunoda to secure the exchange of Gon and Killua. Pakunoda returns to the Troupe's hideout to announce the terms of the exchange to the remaining members.
Gon and Killua attend an auction of Greed Island to scout out potential employers hiring Hunters to clear the game.
Gon and Killua attend the player selection test in a bid to gain access to Greed Island. And more training. Gon and Killua enter Greed Island.
There they enter a town and meet other players, where they learn more about the game Greed Island. Gon and Killua battle at the Rock, Paper, Scissors tournament, and decide to head to Masadora.
Killua wins and gets the 83 Card. Other players appear, attempting to steal the card. They see Biscuit stalking them and meet some monsters and bandits on their way as well.
Binolt all attacks Biscuit, she easily defeats him. Gon and Killua seeing her strength asked her to be their master and proceed to fight Binolt for 6 days.
He gives up and they let him go. They go to the city of Masadora and got some cards but told them to go back to the rocky area again.
Biscuit tells them that they are going exactly straight to Masadora but this time, they have to dig through the rocks, whilst doing so they discover another part of Ten, Shu.
After learning how to use Shu, they made it to Masadora easily, only to be told to head back to the rocky area again to obtain the remaining monster cards there.
They each catch a few and then they move on to the hardest monster in the area, the bubble horse. They got the card by dodging the white bubbles with Zetsu, and the red bubbles with ten.
Biscuit comments that Gon and Killua make the perfect team. Gon and Killua also learned Ko, Ken and Ryu.
Biscuit believes they are now ready for the final stage of the training which is training in the individual categories, starting with the Enhancer category.
The Bomber identifies himself in the group whilst the Phantom Troupe discover the island and confirm their suspicion that Greed Island is in fact happening in the real world.
September 9, [g]. After hearing Biscuit's lecture on rock-paper-scissors, Gon decides to work on a special technique modeled on rock-paper-scissors by using Enhancer, Emitter, and Transmuter abilities.
Meanwhile, Killua leaves the game temporarily to take the Hunter Exam. While he's gone, Gon and Biscuit learn about the Bomber's most recent attack.
Killua returns after easily passing his second try at the Hunter Exam. Now that Gon, Killua, and Biscuit are together again, they begin working on beating this game by collecting cards.
Meanwhile, the other players are scheming to gather the cards they need to complete the game. Team Genthru now has 96 types of restricted slot cards after tricking Team Tsezguerra.
Gon and Killua receive an invitation from other players to team up to prevent Genthru from beating the game. They head to Soufrabi to monopolize Patch of Shore, one of the cards Genthru is missing.
When they reach Soufrabi, they meet the pirates and challenge the team in a sports battle. While their team loses, Killua does gather information and the other teams working with them disband from their group.
They use the accompany card to meet up with Chrollo Lucilfer, which is actually Hisoka in disguise, and he leads them to the city of love, Aiai. Gon and his friends have teamed up with Hisoka and Goreinu to challenge Razor again.
To round out the party, they recruit Team Tsezgerra. Their preparations allow them to breeze through the first few matches, but then Razor challenges them to a game of dodgeball.
Gon is unable to hold onto Razor's throw and is sent to the outfield. He uses Back to return, but Hisoka is also injured and the situation looks grim.
However, Gon has an idea for defeating Razor, but he needs Killua's help to pull it off. Gon, Killua, and Hisoka manage to defeat Razor by working as a perfect team.
After defeating Razor, Gon learns a little more about his father from Razor. The team gets Patch of Shore, and make two clones.
Gon's team receives the real card, which Genthru does not expect. Team Tsezgerra will delay Genthru for three weeks, giving Killua time to heal and Gon time to train to defeat Little Flower.
November 4, [h]. Hisoka meets up with the members of the Phantom Troupe in order to track down the Nen user whose ability is to remove others nen.
Meanwhile, Team Tsezgerra gathered enough Accompany cards to evade Team Genthru, declaring their decision to fight instead of surrender.
Team Genthru had also collected Accompany cards and began "a game of tag they cannot lose". Gon continues his training whilst Killua is left to recover his hands while coming up with a plan to defeat the Bombers.
Tsezgerra soon runs out of Accompany and Return cards, which was all according to plan, and uses Leave to exit the game. However, shockingly, no one was guarding the place.
A cornered Tsezgerra finds Mr. Battera crying and discovers that the whole deal had been canceled.
After Team Tsezgerra left the game, Mr. Battera reveals the true purpose behind why he purchased so many Greed Island games. Team Genthru have set camp up at the entrance awaiting Tsezgerra's return to be disappointed when they don't.
Assuming that Tsezgerra and his team have given up on the game, Genthru approach Team Gon to propose a deal for the two remaining cards they require.
When things turn sour, Team Gon force a one-on-one battle with Genthru's team. With two of the members of Team Genthru down, Gon is left in a standoff with just Genthru himself.
Everything Gon and his team had planned were coming together. Selfishly though, Gon decides to temporarily ignore the plan because he wanted to try something out, getting badly damaged in the process.
Gon finally pulls through as Team Genthru is defeated. With the most dangerous team all tied up and Gon now having collected all 99 reserved card slots, a special game event is due to take place in order to receive the 00 card.
But before all that Gon and his team need to decide how they should use "Breath of Archangel" and whether to use it on themselves or Bomber and his team mates.
Gon, Killua and Biscuit are challenged when they finally get all 99 reserved card slots. An in-game event takes place to win the 00 card.
Gon and Killua travel to Ging who turns out to be Kite instead of Ging. Kite tells Gon of his past and how he came to meet Gon's father and introduces them to a mysterious and extremely dangerous species, the Chimera Ant.
Kite is shown a huge severed arm which it is believed to be from a Chimera Ant Queen that has grown to the height of two meters.
As Gon and Killua join him in his search for the Queen, their fears are confirmed when it starts consuming humans to enhance its army of soldiers.
Kite and his party trace the whereabouts of the Chimera Ant Queen and conclude that it is located in the neo-ludite nation of NGL.
As both Kite's group and another separate team of hunters depart to NGL to investigate, the Queen establishes her stronghold and instructs her soldiers to gather a huge number of humans for her to consume in order to give birth to the King.
Upholding their policy of not allowing any kind of manufactured or artificial material inside their borders, the NGL only allows Kite, Gon, Killua and two other members of their party to enter their country, with the rest forced to stand by and await their return.
Meanwhile, the second team of Hunters is attacked by the Chimera Ants, whose human DNA triggers in them a sense of individuality that brings conflict among their ranks.
As the top echelons of the NGL are killed by the Chimera Ants who claim their weapons and facilities, the team of Hunters under attack is also taken down, but not before Ponzu sends a message to warn the Hunter Association that ends up on Kite's hands.
As he instructs the others to turn back and call for reinforcements, Kite decides to check up the situation further, accompanied by just Gon and Killua.
Confirming his suspicions, Kite finds clues about the dark side of the NGL and meet Rammot , one of the Chimera Ants.
Knowing that much stronger foes await them ahead, Kite declares that Gon and Killua must defeat the enemy by themselves, or they will not be allowed to proceed further with him.
Meanwhile, the Chimera Ant commanders take heed of Nen-enhanced humans and make plans to capture them in order to attend the Queen's increasing demands for nutrition.
Searching for the Chimera Ant's nest, Kite and the boys confirm their suspicions about the NGL and must face three dangerous Chimera Ants in order to proceed.
Meanwhile, Rammot wants to payback Gon and Killua for his defeat and ends up unwittingly unlocking the power of Nen in his body.
News about the Chimera Ants threat reach the Hunter Association and an expedition is assembled to exterminate them.
Meanwhile, Kite, Gon and Killua are surrounded by a large number of enemies and must fight for their lives.
Back at the nest, the other squadron leaders look for a way to awaken the Nen in their bodies just like Rammot did.
As Gon, Killua and Kite approach the nest, one of the Chimera Ant Royal Guards, Neferpitou , awakens with Rammot humbled by their aura. While Pokkle was hiding himself among the corpses, Neferpitou exposed him and proceeded to extract the human's knowledge of Nen for the Chimera Ants' use.
As the Chimera Ants are reunited to unlock the power of Nen into their bodies, Neferpitou senses Kite approaching and leaves to confront him.
Realizing that the enemy is too powerful for them, Kite warns Gon and Killua to flee, but Gon is taken by rage upon seeing Kite's arm being severed by Neferpitou and Killua is forced to knock him down and escape carrying him.
After escaping the NGL, with Gon still unconscious, Killua is approached by Chairman Netero who is sent there to wipe out the Chimera Ants assisted by two other Pro Hunters, Morel and Knov.
Gon and Killua meet Knov's student Palm and learn that to earn a place in the Extermination Squad and return to the NGL, they must win against Morel's students Knuckle and Shoot in one month.
To increase their chances of winning, Palm asks for Biscuit's help and they start a harsh training routine with her. Meanwhile at the Chimera Ants nest, Shaiapouf , the second Royal Guard awakens.
After completing their training, Biscuit sends the exhausted Gon and Killua to face Knuckle. Looking at the condition of their opponents, Knuckle boasts that they could never move him an inch and bets his token on it.
However his assumptions are proven wrong when Gon manages to land a powerful hit that knocks him out cold, and after awakening, Knuckle agrees that he will help them with their training until the deadline for returning the token comes.
Meanwhile at the nest, Neferpitou focuses on reviving Kite for a second chance to fight him and Netero's team starts taking down small groups of Chimera Ants that bring the attention of the captains, while the king grows strong inside the queen's womb.
As Gon and Killua spend their days training with Biscuit and sparring with Knuckle, Shoot, the second of Morel's disciples make plans about how to deal with them.
As the deadline established by Netero approaches, the Chairman and his companions keep wiping out the Chimera Ant squads one by one and the remaining squad captains try to deal with the problem, while the final Royal Guard Menthuthuyoupi is born.
Meanwhile, Gon and Killua complete their training and challenge Knuckle for real. Knuckle points out that Gon's Jajanken technique has two major weaknesses: that it takes too long to charge and the distribution of aura in his body makes him more vulnerable during said charge.
However Gon keeps using it instead, making use of these flaws to confuse his opponent. Unfortunately, just as Gon has a chance to deal a finishing blow, he collapses from exhaustion.
Killua than carries Gon away, promising to return in the next day for the decisive battle against Knuckle and Shoot. As Gon rests for the upcoming fight, Biscuit approaches Killua and after sparring with him in her most powerful form, she exposes his own biggest flaw: Killua always fights on the verge of fleeing.
April 7, [i]. The final duel between Gon and Knuckle begins. Just as he promised, Knuckle does not hold back and uses his special technique on him, forcing Gon to look for a way to defeat him as fast as possible.
Meanwhile, Killua confronts Shoot, but he also gets himself in a pinch when his old habit to avoid stronger enemies is triggered. The Chimera Ant King 's premature birth renders the Queen in critical condition as he and the Royal Guard leave the next while the squadron leaders disband except for Colt and a few loyalist who surrender themselves to Netero's party in exchange for help to save the queen's life.
Meanwhile, Shoot and Knuckle, having defeated Gon and Killua, arrive at the NGL to join the others. Killua promises to protect Gon as long as his powers are sealed but decides to leave his side for good once he recovers.
Despite all efforts to save the queen, she does not resist her wounds and dies, but not before revealing Colt the name she had chosen for the king: "Meruem".
A final live offspring is found inside her body with Colt vowing to protect the child as Morel offers to place them under his protection on the condition Colt would never eat humans again.
As the other squad leaders leave to build their own colonies, the King and the Royal Guard arrive at the neighboring country of East Gorteau.
As the king kills the ruler of East Gorteau and takes over the country, Gon and Killua return to meet Palm, prepared to face her fury upon failing to fulfill their promise, but she decides to forgive them when Gon accepts her request to have a date with her.
After learning from Morel that they found Kite, Gon takes Palm for her date, while Killua keeps trailing them in case of an enemy attack, and his fears are confirmed when Rammot appears before him.
Divided between his drive to flee and his will to protect Gon, Killua find himself in a dire situation until he realizes that he is under the effect of one Illumi's needles, easily killing Rammot after he breaks free from it.
Meanwhile, Gon's date with Palm turns to the worse when he claims that he can't stay by her side. As Shoot returns to check on them, Morel and Knuckle confront Cheetu , one of the Chimera Ants on the run.
After a brief fight with Cheetu, Morel and Knuckle return to check on Gon and Killua as they finally reunite with Kite, but upon seeing that he was turned into a mindless rogue by Neferpitou, Gon swears to avenge him.
The Hunters then travel to East Gorteau, where the government summons all the population to meet at the capital for an undisclosed event in ten days.
Knowing that it is all a plan of the Chimera Ants, Netero contacts the others and they start making plans to confront the king and the royal guard in the night preceding said event.
As news about the rogue Chimera Ants spread around the world, six members of the Phantom Troupe appear at Meteor City to wipe out some of them which had established a colony there under Zazan.
The Phantom Troupe reaches Zazan, the leader of the Ants, eliminating all opposition on the way. Fighting Zazan by himself, Feitan is forced to unleash his true power against her, which is feared even by his companions.
Once inside East Gorteau, Gon and Killua take separate ways in preparation for the attack on the palace, but once alone, it does not take long for Gon to be attacked by Ants sent by Meleoron whose presence is concealed thanks to his Chameleon-like powers.
As Gon deals with his enemies, Killua tries his best to save the citizens of nearby villages from falling prey to the Chimera Ants' scheme until the Government, under the Royal Guards' control, declares martial law to hinder his plans.
Meanwhile, Shoot and Knuckle detect Cheetu's presence and attempt to intercept him. Leol 's party is sent by the Royal Guard to stop Killua's interference and Meleoron is found out by Gon, but instead of fighting, the Chimera Ant attempts to reason with him while hiding his true intentions.
Killua confronts Ikalgo but later, saves him from getting eaten by his own subordinates. The Ortho Siblings confront Killua in their game, a dart game where he gets continuously attacked.
After feigning death, Killua beheads his opponents in a flash, but he collapses due to extreme blood loss and Ikalgo decides to repay the favor by taking him to be treated.
Gon becomes friends with Meleoron, who in return reveals the true extent of his powers and the reason why he wants the king dead. As the Hunters make adjustments in their preparations to storm the palace, the king entertains himself with board games until an unusual player appears before him.
Despite having mastered the rules of the board game "Gungi", the king is upset for still being unable to defeat the champion, Komugi.
Meanwhile, Morel is approached by Cheetu who uses his new abilities to trap him inside a closed space, claiming that he can't leave unless he manages to catch him in 8 hours.
As the king is yet to defeat his opponent, Cheetu tries to provoke Morel into running after him with no success, unaware that he is setting a trap for him.
Meanwhile, Knov realizes the enemy's trick to detect him and comes with countermeasures against it. The king attempts to intimidate the Gungi champion but moved by her determination, he rips off his own arm as a form of apology.
With Neferpitou using their powers to treat the king, the palace's defenses are lowered and Knov rushes to sneak inside it in preparations for the hunters' attack.
Meanwhile, Palm prepares to infiltrate the palace as well. Knov succeeds in his mission to breach the palace's security, but just feeling the proximity of Royal Guards' overwhelming aura is enough to drive him into hopelessness.
Palm takes advantage of the lecherous secretary Bizelf to infiltrate the palace as well and Morel is confronted by the Chimera Ant Leol, who fights using the powers of those who owe him a favour.
Even with his borrowed powers, Leol has been defeated by Morel while Killua recovers from his wounds and invites Ikalgo to join his side.
Meanwhile, Palm starts her investigation when a massive and ominous aura surrounds her. Gon and his friends make the final preparations for their assault on the palace.
Meanwhile, the king is yet to defeat Komugi, the Gungi champion and when he decides to kill her, he ends up protecting her instead, for reasons that even he can't explain.
The time has come for Gon and his friends to infiltrate the palace and confront the Royal Guard, who are making preparations for the upcoming selection.
As his concerns about Komugi increase, the king starts questioning his own existence and purpose. The selection is at hand, but the king starts isolating himself from his servants, including the Royal Guard.
Meanwhile, Gon's party is about to break into the palace. The Hunters assault on the royal palace begins. Gon and his friends break inside and come across Menthuthuyoupi, while Netero and Zeno strike from the sky and Neferpitou jumps up to confront them, just to be driven away when the chairman makes a small demonstration of his powers.
Part of the chairman's backstory is explained in the process. Gon's party confronts Youpi while Pouf and Pitou rush to the palace to assist the king, who is distraught with Komugi's condition as she gets herself badly injured during the attack.
Shoot and Knuckle stay behind to fight Youpi while Morel rushes forward to face Pouf. While looking for Pitou, Killua turns back briefly to assist Ikalgo unaware that he accidentally put his friend's cover at risk.
Separated from the Royal Guard, the king departs from the palace with Netero to have their fight elsewhere and Gon, learning of Pitou's location, steels himself to confront it.
Meanwhile, Pouf enters in a cocoon in preparation to confront Morel, and Shoot fights Youpi to the limit of his forces until Knuckle steps in to protect him.Isobaren TV Kleinkleckersdorf Darsteller Episodenguide News. Für die Hold Back The River. Dabei gibt es da doch eine Shounen-Serie, die völlig zu Unrecht im Westen eher unbekannt ist.