Should've detected Kurapica's hostility is what i'm saying. Why would Killua bear such hostility to the Spiders?
Last edited by Akia999; November 21, 2012 at 08:40 AM.
Just caught up on the episodes, I enjoyed them all. Here's hoping Eliza seeks vengeance for Squala in the future.
Agreed. It was all like "lawl, he's just an extra *kill*" and it really gets to you knowing how easily you can die in that world just for simply not being a main character. Very different from those other animes that give the premonition that as long as you're good and care for someone, you'll live past anything.
Maybe they let their guard down against two 12 year old kids but ehhh, that's rarely happened in HxH before. This may sound like a n00b question, but were both Gon and Kurapika already using Zetsu while they were chasing them? It's possible then that the troupe only sensed their presence from their footsteps (thereby not sensing Killua) without knowing their aura, giving a perfect opportunity for the switch to happen.
Last edited by Riruru; November 21, 2012 at 11:14 PM.
it's a bummer that there will be no hxh next week =/
it's an okay episode, i guess. no complaints except i really want york shin to end sooner than later and go to greed island arc. i'm getting tired of seeing kurapika and his hate.
as for those asking why the Spiders didnt' sense Killua, it's because of the rain. Kurapika and Gon were surely using Zetsu but the splashing of their feet in the pavement gave them away. on the other hand, Killua has very soft steps and likely was "in tune" with the raindrops. why do you think togashi made the Senritsu-Killua talk happened before Kurapika and Gon chased after the Spiders?
Of course they were all at the very least using Zetsu, they aren't so stupid as to reveal their nen like that to the Troupe.
I don't think Gon or Killua know In at this point but Kurapika might.
wasn't IN used to conceal/hide one's NEN (specifically, hatsu) from other nen-users NOT to
conceal/hidecut-off one's presence/aura? which is why it is impossible for someone to be in zetsu state (because your aura/nen is suppressed) while also using the "in" technique.
Last edited by shareme; November 22, 2012 at 06:41 AM.
In short, Kurapika was using either In or Zetsu while Gon was using Zetsu.
I always though Zetsu had just stopped the usual aura flow, while In concealed its presence.
Not that it matters which one of them Kurapika used.
Kurapica's zetsu/in is useless against the Troupe - otherwise he would have used it from the start. You can see him well within range behind the wall and even with chain materialized and aura focused on his hand. Suddenly the switch occurs off screen and the Troupe don't sense a thing. Just a minor thing. Another plot point with Kurapica was doing the Ubo fight where he claims that he had his chains, concealed with In, wrapped around Ubo while the guy was mouthing off. But strangely enough Kurapica wasn't able to detect Ubo coming at him in the dust storm.