I was surprised there wasn't a thread entirely for this.
In addition to these images, the same source which these pictures can be found also list the following character. I apology for the inconsistency in the names.
I do believe these are legitimate, and that I couldn't find all of the pictures.
On a sidenote, Meruem is listed with 6 points in each attribute behind the interrogation mark, while Jyro's is completely blank.
Overall this lists several qualities of the character, so you shouldn't take the "total" too serious, since even a normal person like Komugi is given some points.
If you are looking for "power levels", you should check the Aura (bottom stat) of each character.
I was surprised by Hisoka improvement after the Hunter Exam. It seems that at the beggining his Aura wasn't still on par with the professional Hunters.
It seems that Genthru was a really strong guy afterall. Gon defeated a very dangerous opponent.
Now Gon and Killua should be able to stand on their own against the Ryodan.
Thank you for sharing this. I like that it confirms what I have said for a long time about Genthru.
Also it shows that Gon has indeed been progressing at a steady rate throughout the series.
I laughed at the first one with Netero just full for everything haha.
I'm a BEAST!
I am not surprised by Netero points. His Aura should be superior to all other Hunters, and for all other attributes he is almost perfect.
Also want to say that Netero's face looks hilarious yet badass in that pic.
Thanks again, this is quite helpful in marking progress of the characters throughout the series (very RPGish)
About the Aura ranking and Knuckle's ability:
● Gon with 21,500 was ranked 3 in Aura.
● Morau with 70,000 was ranked 4 in Aura.
● Yupi with more than 700,000 was ranked 5 in Aura.
Additionally, Komugi who doesn't know how to use Nem is ranked zero, while Meruem is (?) the only one with six.
If I was to guess:
● 10,000 or more - 3 points
● 50,000 or more - 4 points
● 250,000 or more - 5 points
● 1,000,000 or more - 6 points
I don't really care too much about the power hexagrams because they're just supposed to be a very, very, VERY rough estimation of things.
More than evolution I would say that Togashi is fitting a bit more the power levels. It's the same thought I have about how Nen is conceived. The initial stuff was a rough and then He started to "fix" things. That's why it seems that Hisoka evolved, in my opinion.
So there's a second Hunters Manual/Guide out? Would someone be able to link me to the cover of it?
Here you go:
I hope when next time gon and killua meet they are even in overall stats!
I swear somewhere on this forum their is the exact same stats someone posted except it was without the pics or known fact it was from the data book let alone thorough information of Gon and Killua in the arcs thru the story. Thank you.
Yes, Phantrom posted them not so long ago. They were used on Nen discussion if I'm not wrong.
I'm pretty sure those numbers they just had Togashi look at it and he said, 'looks good enough to sell it for $5' because by some of those numbers you'd get Komugi is stronger than most people who tried to become a Hunter.
The power hexagon is more useful in creating certain groupings. I think it's said that a character that's 3 or more below another character in total is considered no match against the said character. I.e. Netero at 30 will beat anyone that is 27 or lower, which is pretty much everyone besides Royal Guards. Meryem at 36 means no known characters in the HXH universe is a match for him. In fact, he's two tiers above the closest character (Netero) to him.
Gon and Killua are also more than one tier below the Royal Guards, which is consistent since we are reminded numerously time that pretty much everyone minus Netero put together in the Ant arc still has no chance of beating any of the Royal Guards.
Even off by 1 in any particular field is pretty significant on this chart. Meryem has 6 in everything, and yet Netero cannot possibly guard against any of his attacks if they connect (he ripped a leg off in one hit). There's also a lot of indication that Meryem could've killed the Royal Guards in one hit if he really went all out. So at least 5 versus a 6 is nowhere close.