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Apr 29, 2014 2:53 PM

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Great episode.....

Oh Shit!!! Gon surprised me even more here... He will kill Komugi??? Damn... Thought he would do it in ep 116 but indirectly... But saying to Pitou that he will directly kill her??? Shit, seriously??? I feel that he would actually do it in the state he is now.....

The RG reaction was great.. Youpi deciding to kill everyone after that, awesome!!! Awesome how you feel bad even if those ants supposed to be "evil"....
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Apr 29, 2014 3:03 PM
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Well that was funny, all the laughs were had when Mercoal turned up, glad he's finally dead (or hopefully is) though it was a shame that I had to endure Komugi.

Really want to see Pitou completely destroy all the remaining hunters as she/he/it should but we all know it won't happen.

Netero's outpouring of darkness really was great though.
 
Apr 29, 2014 3:07 PM

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Damn the dedication of the Royal guard.

Also Gon is being such a bad ass lately, I love it.
 
Apr 29, 2014 3:31 PM

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I really like how this episode felt so calm and slow. It was almost relaxing in a way, which provided an excellent contrast with the insanity of the previous episode. Not too much happened, but all in all it worked extremely well as a “aftermath” sort of episode.

The little scene at the beginning that detailed the history of the Rose was surprisingly powerful . The music, the visuals.. they came together to form a genuinely haunting montage. The narrator’s question “What is the difference between a human and an Ant” is perfect, because it captures much of what is being shown here so well. The Ants have been repeatedly shown since the beginning of this arc to be vicious creatures who are able to bring about destruction and a loss of life on a monumental level, and to possess power that no human could possibly challenge. The existence of the Rose deconstructs the notion that the Ants are somehow more capable of bringing about greater havoc than humans. As the last episode demonstrated, it’s quite the opposite: humans are capable not only of equal destructive potential to the Ants, but greater than them as well. The humans are not somehow morally superior in this conflict. So indeed, “what is the difference between a human and an Ant?”

Gon continues his steady march down the path of darkness and corruption. I can barely recognize him anymore; he’s become so different since the early days of the series, which of course is the whole point of this. The fact that Gon is more than willing to use an innocent girl that has almost nothing to do with him as a hostage speaks of volume about his current state. It’s also in many ways a brilliant callback to the all the encounters he’d had with villains throughout his journey to find his dad and become a Hunter. It ties especially well with Gon’s interactions with the Phantom Troupe. At the time, they themselves took him hostage for their own selfish reasons, and Gon questioned them more than once on their willingness to commit such reprehensible acts. He showed similar disgust with the Bomber back in Greed Island. During all those times, there was nothing that Gon had experienced in his life that could help him explain the actions of these people. Now, ironically, Gon has become very much like them: cold, calculating, detached, pragmatic, etc. It doesn’t help that no one, not even Killua, is stopping Gon from going down the inevitable path to adulthood.

Killua’s cynical, chillingly logical mindset was brought to the audience’s attention in this episode, when he spoke of hostage exchange and the like as casually as if he were discussing the weather, and it’s no wonder: he’s an example of a child who was forced to grow up early, who was forced to go through what no one his age should have to go through. Killua lost his innocence a long time ago, and now Gon’s in the process of doing it.

I liked the juxtaposition of the Hunter team’s loyalty to Gon and the Royal Guards’ royalty to their King. Ironically, it is the Ants who are in a better light now: the person that they were loyal was trying in his own naiive way to bring world peace, while the Hunter team is following the orders of a frightening boy who’s taking hostages. On that note, I should mention how incredibly clever Togashi is for drawing multiple parallels between the King and Gon throughout this arc despite the fact that neither character has talked to the other even once.

That last part where they were searching for the King and broke out in tears of agony and despair when they discovered his body..it was moving, especially because of what a human gesture it was. No one can pretend that these Ants are emotionless monsters- at this point, they are more human than the actual humans themselves.

I would be saying RIP Meruem, but I’m not entirely convinced he’s dead. The Royal Guards seem to be up to something in the episode preview, and since we still have up to episode 135 for this arc, I’m going to wait a little longer and see what happens next. I’m probably wrong, but hey, Meruem is one of my favorite characters this arc and I’m hoping he’s still alive. RIP Netero though, one of the best old men in all of anime. You will be missed.

Also, yes Komugi is back, I missed her. Still as adorable as always.
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Apr 29, 2014 3:34 PM

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How many chapters of the manga did this episode adapt ?
2 chapters with some added scenes. The animation should've been better towards the end I feel. RIP Netero, RIP Meruem, two great characters.

No, it actually was just one chapter and a half, since they skipped 299
 
Apr 29, 2014 3:38 PM

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This episode chain is just straight masterful.

There is so much impact and meaning in so many scenes.
 
Apr 29, 2014 3:41 PM
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They confirmed Meruem's death.

Now I hope Gon will take on Pitou next.

And I doubt Youpi and Pouf will give up on the fight now that they're full of rage.
 
Apr 29, 2014 3:52 PM

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I really like how this episode felt so calm and slow. It was almost relaxing in a way, which provided an excellent contrast with the insanity of the previous episode. Not too much happened, but all in all it worked extremely well as a “aftermath” sort of episode.

The little scene at the beginning that detailed the history of the Rose was surprisingly powerful . The music, the visuals.. they came together to form a genuinely haunting montage. The narrator’s question “What is the difference between a human and an Ant” is perfect, because it captures much of what is being shown here so well. The Ants have been repeatedly shown since the beginning of this arc to be vicious creatures who are able to bring about destruction and a loss of life on a monumental level, and to possess power that no human could possibly challenge. The existence of the Rose deconstructs the notion that the Ants are somehow more capable of bringing about greater havoc than humans. As the last episode demonstrated, it’s quite the opposite: humans are capable not only of equal destructive potential to the Ants, but greater than them as well. The humans are not somehow morally superior in this conflict. So indeed, “what is the difference between a human and an Ant?”

Gon continues his steady march down the path of darkness and corruption. I can barely recognize him anymore; he’s become so different since the early days of the series, which of course is the whole point of this. The fact that Gon is more than willing to use an innocent girl that has almost nothing to do with him as a hostage speaks of volume about his current state. It’s also in many ways a brilliant callback to the all the encounters he’d had with villains throughout his journey to find his dad and become a Hunter. It ties especially well with Gon’s interactions with the Phantom Troupe. At the time, they themselves took him hostage for their own selfish reasons, and Gon questioned them more than once on their willingness to commit such reprehensible acts. He showed similar disgust with the Bomber back in Greed Island. During all those times, there was nothing that Gon had experienced in his life that could help him explain the actions of these people. Now, ironically, Gon has become very much like them: cold, calculating, detached, pragmatic, etc. It doesn’t help that no one, not even Killua, is stopping Gon from going down the inevitable path to adulthood.

Killua’s cynical, chillingly logical mindset was brought to the audience’s attention in this episode, when he spoke of hostage exchange and the like as casually as if he were discussing the weather, and it’s no wonder: he’s an example of a child who was forced to grow up early, who was forced to go through what no one his age should have to go through. Killua lost his innocence a long time ago, and now Gon’s in the process of doing it.

I liked the juxtaposition of the Hunter team’s loyalty to Gon and the Royal Guards’ royalty to their King. Ironically, it is the Ants who are in a better light now: the person that they were loyal was trying in his own naiive way to bring world peace, while the Hunter team is following the orders of a frightening boy who’s taking hostages. On that note, I should mention how incredibly clever Togashi is for drawing multiple parallels between the King and Gon throughout this arc despite the fact that neither character has talked to the other even once.

That last part where they were searching for the King and broke out in tears of agony and despair when they discovered his body..it was moving, especially because of what a human gesture it was. No one can pretend that these Ants are emotionless monsters- at this point, they are more human than the actual humans themselves.

I would be saying RIP Meruem, but I’m not entirely convinced he’s dead. The Royal Guards seem to be up to something in the episode preview, and since we still have up to episode 135 for this arc, I’m going to wait a little longer and see what happens next. I’m probably wrong, but hey, Meruem is one of my favorite characters this arc and I’m hoping he’s still alive. RIP Netero though, one of the best old men in all of anime. You will be missed.

Also, yes Komugi is back, I missed her. Still as adorable as always.


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I really like how this episode felt so calm and slow. It was almost relaxing in a way, which provided an excellent contrast with the insanity of the previous episode. Not too much happened, but all in all it worked extremely well as a “aftermath” sort of episode.

The little scene at the beginning that detailed the history of the Rose was surprisingly powerful . The music, the visuals.. they came together to form a genuinely haunting montage. The narrator’s question “What is the difference between a human and an Ant” is perfect, because it captures much of what is being shown here so well. The Ants have been repeatedly shown since the beginning of this arc to be vicious creatures who are able to bring about destruction and a loss of life on a monumental level, and to possess power that no human could possibly challenge. The existence of the Rose deconstructs the notion that the Ants are somehow more capable of bringing about greater havoc than humans. As the last episode demonstrated, it’s quite the opposite: humans are capable not only of equal destructive potential to the Ants, but greater than them as well. The humans are not somehow morally superior in this conflict. So indeed, “what is the difference between a human and an Ant?”

Gon continues his steady march down the path of darkness and corruption. I can barely recognize him anymore; he’s become so different since the early days of the series, which of course is the whole point of this. The fact that Gon is more than willing to use an innocent girl that has almost nothing to do with him as a hostage speaks of volume about his current state. It’s also in many ways a brilliant callback to the all the encounters he’d had with villains throughout his journey to find his dad and become a Hunter. It ties especially well with Gon’s interactions with the Phantom Troupe. At the time, they themselves took him hostage for their own selfish reasons, and Gon questioned them more than once on their willingness to commit such reprehensible acts. He showed similar disgust with the Bomber back in Greed Island. During all those times, there was nothing that Gon had experienced in his life that could help him explain the actions of these people. Now, ironically, Gon has become very much like them: cold, calculating, detached, pragmatic, etc. It doesn’t help that no one, not even Killua, is stopping Gon from going down the inevitable path to adulthood.

Killua’s cynical, chillingly logical mindset was brought to the audience’s attention in this episode, when he spoke of hostage exchange and the like as casually as if he were discussing the weather, and it’s no wonder: he’s an example of a child who was forced to grow up early, who was forced to go through what no one his age should have to go through. Killua lost his innocence a long time ago, and now Gon’s in the process of doing it.

I liked the juxtaposition of the Hunter team’s loyalty to Gon and the Royal Guards’ royalty to their King. Ironically, it is the Ants who are in a better light now: the person that they were loyal was trying in his own naiive way to bring world peace, while the Hunter team is following the orders of a frightening boy who’s taking hostages. On that note, I should mention how incredibly clever Togashi is for drawing multiple parallels between the King and Gon throughout this arc despite the fact that neither character has talked to the other even once.

That last part where they were searching for the King and broke out in tears of agony and despair when they discovered his body..it was moving, especially because of what a human gesture it was. No one can pretend that these Ants are emotionless monsters- at this point, they are more human than the actual humans themselves.

I would be saying RIP Meruem, but I’m not entirely convinced he’s dead. The Royal Guards seem to be up to something in the episode preview, and since we still have up to episode 135 for this arc, I’m going to wait a little longer and see what happens next. I’m probably wrong, but hey, Meruem is one of my favorite characters this arc and I’m hoping he’s still alive. RIP Netero though, one of the best old men in all of anime. You will be missed.

Also, yes Komugi is back, I missed her. Still as adorable as always.


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Apr 29, 2014 4:10 PM

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Meruem looked like a statue.
Gon seemed quite smart to keep Komugi hostage. Still though, Gon's eyes and actions and seems quite intense!
Pitou is feeling so much pressure, Pitou is sweating a lot with how Gon's realizes her action and weakness.
Gon is really determined to fight Pitou alone!
 
Apr 29, 2014 4:13 PM

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How many chapters of the manga did this episode adapt ?
2 chapters with some added scenes. The animation should've been better towards the end I feel. RIP Netero, RIP Meruem, two great characters.

No, it actually was just one chapter and a half, since they skipped 299
No, it was 2 chapters. If you want to be exact however, it actually was 2 chapters and 3 pages from 299.
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Apr 29, 2014 4:17 PM

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Badass Gon, man I can't wait 1 week T_T..
 
Apr 29, 2014 4:18 PM
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Excellent Post. Just yet more reasons why Hunter x Hunter is one of the best shounen out there and why the Chimera Ant arc is one of the best and most morally complex arcs in recent shounen history.
 
Apr 29, 2014 4:19 PM
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Ugh, just deleted like 5 paragraphs because my thoughts are too jumbled to put together something that long and have it be coherent. Basically, despite some reservations I have enjoyed last couple of episodes immensely.
 
Apr 29, 2014 4:22 PM

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Good EP Gon V Pitou sounds interesting. 12 yr old boys taking hostages though lol
 
Apr 29, 2014 4:32 PM

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The last few episodes have really picked up, it's a really good feeling watching them. I am also unconvinced as to if the King is dead or not. But if he is then Komugi isn't really needed by the Guard anymore...
Will Kite come back and fight the Guard/maybe King with Gon? Can Pitou heal the King? And even so, will Gon fight her before she'd even be able to?
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Apr 29, 2014 4:40 PM

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Man that was intense! Can't wait to see Gon vs Pitou.
I'm glad we were able to see Komugi again, she's so cute!
 
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"The next time you try to delay me... I'll kill her O_O". Gon has turned into one terrifying, badass motherfucker.
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Guys how much more chapters until this arc ends? I really don't care for the ant arc to be honest. :\ What will be the nest arc after this?
 
Apr 29, 2014 4:58 PM

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I'm loving Gon's character more and more this arc. I can't wait to see what becomes of him. He used to say that he trusted people with that pure and innocent look... but when he said it to Pitou, it was pretty disturbing.

I can only imagine what might happen when they bring the king's body back to Pitou for help, but she's not there.

Komugi and her lewd bellybutton tho.
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i think the king has a bad case of burnt to ash i dunno why it reminds me of Pompeii a powerful land destroyed in seconds
 
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The ending was heavy. Seeing Youpi scream like that made me feel sorry for them. :/
I can't believe Meruem died like that, I expected him to say his final words at least.
Gon was such a badass, saying that he trusts Pitou XD
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Guys how much more chapters until this arc ends? I really don't care for the ant arc to be honest. : What will be the nest arc after this?

This arc will end at episode 135, so 8 more episodes. The next arc is The Chairman Election arc, and is going to be all about the election of the new Chairman of The Hunter Association and the consequences of The Chimera Ants arc.
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this ep was shit

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Apr 29, 2014 5:11 PM

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Guys how much more chapters until this arc ends? I really don't care for the ant arc to be honest. : What will be the nest arc after this?

This arc will end at episode 135, so 8 more episodes. The next arc is The Chairman Election arc, and is going to be all about the election of the new Chairman of The Hunter Association and the consequences of The Chimera Ants arc.


oh, ok. thnx. I hope this series will have a time skip like naruto.
 
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Am I the only one who thinks that Netero's god beam should be WAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY MORE powerful than the miniature rose bomb...? the rose bomb is like 1/10 of today's nukes... and that wasn't even nuclear.. a god like beam has to be more powerful then that...-.-
the rose bomb is also super common apparently with 250 countries having 10 each, meaning 2500, they could've just dropped 10 of those on the palace (or teleported them in using the portals) way before the people got there from the city.... one of the strongest humans no match to a single bomb...
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Am I the only one who thinks that Netero's god beam should be WAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY MORE powerful than the miniature rose bomb...? the rose bomb is like 1/10 of today's nukes... and that wasn't even nuclear.. a god like beam has to be more powerful then that...-.-


Well, the manga author definitely pulled this rose bomb nonsense from his ass
 
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Komugi is back! That stare from Gon was pretty scary. A very good episode in my opinion.
 
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Am I the only one who thinks that Netero's god beam should be WAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY MORE powerful than the miniature rose bomb...? the rose bomb is like 1/10 of today's nukes... and that wasn't even nuclear.. a god like beam has to be more powerful then that...-.-


the bomb has power to destroy a city. It's like a nuclear weapon

No, definitely the beam hasn't even a fraction of power of the bomb
 
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Hmm, dat Gon vs Pitou. Coming soon!!!
 
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Man hunter x hunter has done it again....
I just don't know anymore man...
The character devolpment in this arc has been superb
You actually feel attached to the guards when they see the king
Plus, the last episode... just dam
 
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Am I the only one who thinks that Netero's god beam should be WAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY MORE powerful than the miniature rose bomb...? the rose bomb is like 1/10 of today's nukes... and that wasn't even nuclear.. a god like beam has to be more powerful then that...-.-
the rose bomb is also super common apparently with 250 countries having 10 each, meaning 2500, they could've just dropped 10 of those on the palace (or teleported them in using the portals) way before the people got there from the city.... one of the strongest humans no match to a single bomb...

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Man hunter x hunter has done it again....
I just don't know anymore man...
The character devolpment in this arc has been superb
You actually feel attached to the guards when they see the king
Plus, the last episode... just dam


I just want them to die. So this arc can end. Do anyone else ship Gon and palm? I think they will get together.
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Gon and killua is super smart rofl
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Two or three more episodes! Finally this god damn annoying arc ends. I've been exhausted by this arc since episode 110 >.>
 
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I may be in the minority, but I enjoyed this episode almost as much as the previous.

The moment that really hit me is the little moments after Komugi recovered while being hold hostage by our "heroes". Her fear makes her wanting to return to Mereum, who is supposedly an enemy, an antagonist, because she knows Mereum actually treats her well and will protect her but he's nowhere near him.

I really felt for her.
 
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I feel this arc is coming to an end at fast pace. I d say 6 eps max.
 
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Great episode. I still can't believe this is the same Gon we once knew. He really has changed. Can't wait to see his fight against Pitou.

The King really is dead.. I feel he needs more closure though.
 
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Nice episode. Looking forward to seeing Gon vs Pitou.
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OU!!! the feels, it's not their fault they were born that way :(
Komugi was way more moe than usual ;)

Gon and Pitou in 2 episode, please don't drag that out :)
 
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I felt sad that the King died. I felt it along with Pouf and Youpi when they uttered "OOOOOO" with tears. This probably is only the second time I have shed some tears for the possible death of an antagonist. First time was when Sensui died. Hats off to Togashi.
 
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Just 8 episode left, this is the climax now! My most favorite moments time to be animated :] have been waiting couple years for this to happen -prepares popcorn- let it begin :D! But on topic overall nice and "relaxing" episode since we had such a intense episode last week, good to cool down for what is to come.
 
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Gon vs Pitou cant wait !
 
Apr 29, 2014 9:17 PM
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Two or three more episodes! Finally this god damn annoying arc ends. I've been exhausted by this arc since episode 110 >.>


Make that eight episodes, it was stated by a staff member that it's ending at 135 and there's like 18-20 chapters left.
 
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nice one...

"How are humans and ants different?"
 
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OMG. Can't wait for the on x Pitou match...
 
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Man, it feels so good to see the King and the Ants suffer like that, I want that they have the most painful death possible, or maybe they could be tortured forever in some kind of prison
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I am not sure why, but I take a liking of Pitou's frightened facial expression, especially when she realized that she is doomed. I feel bad for Komugi for being completely clueless and a soontobe hostage, but no one bothered to explain the situation.

The "AHHHHH!" "WAAAAA!" was pretty funny hearing Pouf and Youpi harmonizing.
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"If you try to wasting time, I will kill her"

Gon, is that you?

In Komugi eyes, Meruem is the main protagonist and Gon is the main antagonist. That's HxH for you.
 
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