Episodenguide der japanischen Serie Hunter x Hunter mit der Übersicht alle Staffeln und Episoden. Originaltitel HUNTERxHUNTER; Jahr ; Regie Hiroshi Koujina; FSK 12; Vö Datum Kauf Hier findest du alle Episoden der Serie aus dem Jahr . Gon und Killua kommen in der Himmels-Arena an und kämpfen sich Stockwerk für Stockwerk empor. Sie treten unter anderen gegen die "Floor Master" an und.
Hunter x Hunter EpisodenguideEpisodenguide der japanischen Serie Hunter x Hunter mit der Übersicht alle Staffeln und Episoden. Gon und Killua kommen in der Himmels-Arena an und kämpfen sich Stockwerk für Stockwerk empor. Sie treten unter anderen gegen die "Floor Master" an und. Der Hunter x Hunter Episodenguide bietet dir eine Liste aller Episoden von Hunter x Hunter in der Übersicht.
Hunter X Hunter Episoden Related episode Video6 Hidden Meanings YOU Missed in Hunter x Hunter
Dies verweist metakommunikativ auf Amazon Vidoe Hunter X Hunter Episoden neu zu erschaffenden oder bereits existierenden Spielrahmen (vgl. - InhaltsverzeichnisSerienjunkies durchsuchen Suche starten Original-Alternativtitel: Kibō x to x Yabō. Folge 4. Der erste Teil des Hunter-Tests beginnt: Die Teilnehmer sollen dem Prüfer eine nicht enden wollende Strecke. Hunter x Hunter – Bild: MADHOUSE Bild: MADHOUSE · Infos · Episodenguide · SendetermineTV-Termine · News · Cast & Crew · DVD & Blu-ray · DVDs · Blu-. Episodenguide der japanischen Serie Hunter x Hunter mit der Übersicht alle Staffeln und Episoden. Der Hunter x Hunter Episodenguide bietet dir eine Liste aller Episoden von Hunter x Hunter in der Übersicht.
Hunter x Hunter Subbed Episode 6. Hunter x Hunter Subbed Episode 5. Hunter x Hunter Subbed Episode 4. Hunter x Hunter Subbed Episode 3.
Hunter x Hunter Subbed Episode 2. Impressed they were able to figure it out, the creatures revealed themselves to be the Navigators and fly them to the exam venue.
With the navigators' help, Gon, Kurapika and Leorio arrive at Zaban City, the venue of the exam. The Navigator leads them to a small restaurant, which is actually a front for the Hunter exam venue.
Gon's group is led to a back room, where an elevator takes them one hundred floors underground. Below, they meet the rest of the Hunter exam participants and are given their numbers.
Tonpa , a regular participant who claims to have tried and failed 35 times in the exam, secretly goes about trying to fail all the rookie examinees by giving them drinks mixed with laxatives.
However, he fails to convince any of them to take the drinks, including Gon's group. Hisoka , a magician who attempted to kill an examiner in his previous attempt at the exam, is introduced.
After accounting for the number of participants, an examiner by the name of Satotz tells the participants to follow him in the first phase of the exam, without telling them their destination or how far they are going to travel.
During the first phase, a number of participants drop out from fatigue after running for at least forty kilometers. Leorio almost gives up until he is encouraged by Gon, who waited for him.
Killua , another rookie examinee, is introduced and he is curious about Gon when he discovers that they are the same age. Kurapika and Leorio run together and talk about their reasons for becoming Hunters.
Kurapika wants to kill the Phantom Troupe, the group who massacred his clan for their precious scarlet eyes, which manifest when the Kurta experience intense emotion.
Leorio aims to be a Hunter for money, but it is for altruistic reasons, as his childhood friend died of an illness because they didn't have the funds to save him.
Leorio wishes to be a doctor so he can give his patients free treatment. Finally, the participants reach the end of the tunnel they were running in and surface in the Numere Wetlands, also known as Swindlers' Swamp.
Satotz warns them that the creatures often use devious tactics to lure and eat their prey in the wetlands, and that falling for their tricks equals death.
Suddenly, a wounded man appears, claiming to be their original examiner and convincing everyone that Satotz was a man-faced ape masquerading as their examiner to fool them.
Hisoka simultaneously throws his deadly playing cards at both the man and Satotz. The cards kill the man while Satotz catches the cards, proving that Satotz was the real examiner because examiners were supposed to be well-trained Hunters who are able to avoid such simple attacks.
Hisoka is warned not to attack Satotz again, otherwise he will be disqualified. Satotz tells the participants to follow him into the swamp, and if any of them loses sight of him, they will never reach the second venue.
While following Satotz, a fog covers the swamp and most of the contestants are either rendered unconscious or killed by the traps and ferocious beasts.
Gon and Killua are separated from Leorio and Kurapika, and both parties are attacked by monsters. Leorio and Kurapika encounter Hisoka, who is surrounded by a group of candidates who feel that he's a threat they need to kill.
Leorio and Kurapika are shocked to watch the magician easily take the group down. Hisoka then turns to Leorio and Kurapika next, but upon realizing that they are no match for him, Leorio and Kurapika run off in different directions to stop Hisoka from following.
Leorio, however, returns, unable to run away from a fight. As expected, Leorio is beaten badly and knocked out by Hisoka.
Gon, who got separated from Killua, arrives and hits Hisoka in the face with his fishing rod before he could kill Leorio.
After the initial hit, Gon nearly gets strangled by Hisoka, but, after concluding that they have passed his "test" where he roleplayed as an examiner, Hisoka lets them go.
He carries an unconscious Leorio off to the second venue, and it is shown that Hisoka is collaborating with an unknown candidate. Gon leaves by himself and finds Kurapika, who had returned and witnessed the entire scene, and they both head for the site of Phase Two of the exam.
Kurapika analyzes Hisoka's behavior, believing that the magician has his own standards of judging whether the person he meets is worthy of fighting against or killing.
Gon confesses to Kurapika that he actually feels afraid of his encounter with Hisoka. Gon and Kurapika reunite with Leorio and Killua at the Phase Two site.
Satotz leads what remains of the candidates to meet the second phase examiners, Menchi and Buhara. The examiners declare the next phase is to test their cooking skills, much to the candidates' disbelief.
The test requires pork, so the candidates are sent to find pigs in the forest. However, the pigs living inside the forest are carnivorous and tear through the candidates.
Thanks to Gon, they discover the pigs' weakness and manage to each get one for their cooking. Upon tasting the candidates' food wherein majority of the examinees simply roasted their pigs over a spit , Buhara gives a pass but Menchi fails all of them.
Knowing the candidates will riot, Satotz informs Chairman Netero of the Hunter Selection Committee to make an appearance. Netero arrives to correct Menchi's habit of getting biased whenever it's related to cooking.
Netero then allows Menchi to stay on as examiner, only if she participates in the event as well.
Menchi gives the candidates a retest: boil eggs laid by spider eagles on Mt. The candidates ride on Netero's airship to the mountain, where they have to jump down into a potentially fatal ravine to get the eggs.
Having seen and learned how Menchi gets her egg, Gon leads some of the other candidates into successfully getting their own.
Some candidates are killed while rashly trying to get their eggs, while others refuse to take the leap. Out of the 50 candidates who survive to reach Phase Two, 42 candidates now remain.
June 4, [a]. Upon traveling to the Phase Three site, the 42 remaining contestants travel on Chairman Netero's airship. All the candidates are told by Beans, Netero's secretary, to get some food and rest to prepare for the Third Phase the next morning.
Tonpa tries to sabotage the rookies again by trying to keep Kurapika and Leorio awake for the whole night, but is exasperated to find that neither of them fall for his tricks.
Gon and Killua explore the airship, and Killua tells Gon that he is actually from a family of assassins.
He wished to go out on his own, not wanting his whole life planned out for him, which his family did not take lightly. Netero then arrives and tests both boys' instincts and asks how they felt about the difficulty of the exam.
Netero invites both of them to participate in a game, which is simply taking a basketball from his hand. Gon and Killua find it too hard to pass up, but discovers that with Netero's skills, they are unable to grab the ball.
Killua retires, but then takes his frustration out on two candidates who harass him by killing them. Gon continues the game until the wee hours of the morning, trying to grab the ball, and then headbutts Netero.
The old man realizes that Gon will crack his skull if he continues with his headbutt, so he uses his right hand to push Gon away from him.
Gon then tells Neteros then he has finally managed to get him to use his right hand once, which Gon counts as a great achievement.
Gon passes out happily from exhaustion, and Netero calls the pilot of the airship to fly the ship a little slower so Gon could get more rest.
The airship reaches the Phase Three site, which is a tall featureless pillar built on an equally high platform. It's called the Trick Tower.
The candidates are told that to pass Phase 3, they have to climb down from the top to the base of the tower within 72 hours. An experienced rock climber candidate tries to climb down the side but is eaten by some flying monsters.
Later, Kurapika finds that more than half of the candidates have gone missing from the top platform. Gon and Killua then tell Kurapika and Leorio that they have discovered hidden trap doors that flip and go inside the tower.
However, the catch is that there are many hidden doors and each one can be only used once by one person, which means they have to split up.
Gon, Killua, Kurapika and Leorio try out different doors, saying goodbye, only to realize that they all end up in the same room.
Gon's group is given special wristwatches, and Lippo , the Phase 3 examiner, explains that the wristwatches can be used to vote for which paths to take through the Tower.
They will need to cooperate in order to pass this phase. However, there are 5 watches and they cannot proceed without a fifth member. Tonpa eventually falls through the trap door, joining in as the fifth member, and the exam proceeds.
By following majority rule, the group eventually reaches an arena, where they have to face prisoners hired by Lippo to become combatants.
Lippo explains that to pass, all they have to do is win three rounds. But the prisoners are given reduced sentences by one year for every hour they manage to keep the candidates here.
Tonpa volunteers to go first, pitting himself against a combatant named Bendot in a death match. Tonpa immediately gives up, and Leorio accuses him of sabotaging candidates, which he admits to doing every year.
Kurapika manages to stop Leorio, saying that this is part of their plan to make them fight each other and waste time.
Gon decides to go for the second match, and is up against Sedokan, a jailed serial bomber. Gon wins his fight with Sedokan.
Kurapika agrees to fight next. Kurapika's opponent, Majitani, exposes a spider tattoo - a trademark of Phantom Troupe members. Kurapika cannot control his rage, showing his clan's special ability, and defeats Majitani.
Leorio agrees to fight next. Leroute claims that Majitani is only unconscious, thus Kurapika's match has not been settled.
Leorio, and even Killua cannot persuade Kurapika to finish the fight for the latter refuses to fight a person who has lost the will to fight.
Frustrated, Leorio decides to use the majority rule as a way out of the difficulty but no one supports him. Elsewhere, Hisoka is met by Togari, a former examiner whom Hisoka attacked and is now wanting revenge.
Togari attacks with four crescent blades, only to be finished with one sweeping attack. Hisoka then becomes the first applicant to pass this phase.
Meanwhile, the team suspects Majitani's real condition. Leroute challenges Leorio to have a betting game instead. Leorio agrees and bets ten hours that Majitani is alive, which he wins.
Next, he bets twenty hours on Majitani feigning unconsciousness. To confirm, he brings Majitani to the edge of the platform and threatens to drop him.
Seeing that, Leroute changes her bet to forty hours on Majitani being conscious. When he is about to be dropped by Leorio, Majitani moves and admits defeat, putting the score at 2 - 1 in favor of Leorio's team.
However, they only have 20 hours left to wager. July 9, [b]. Leorio is still betting with Leroute, a woman who plays mind tricks. He ends up losing after playing rock-paper-scissors and uses up all the team's hours.
Killua goes next, facing off against an infamous serial killer who has murdered countless people with his bare hands. Killua earns a swift victory by instantly tearing his opponent's heart out, terrifying everyone but Gon, who already knew of his assassin history.
With that the team has 3 victories and moves on to the next challenge. The team waits in a room for 50 hours, and then face a predicament right before the end.
The group is challenged, having to choose between a short and easy route, which only three can enter, or a long and hard path, which all members of the group can enter.
Gon comes up with the idea to choose the long route, and axe the wall dividing them between the short path, and all five of them make it down the base of the tower in time.
A letter from Gon arrives at Whale Island for Aunt Mito. A recap of episodes 1 to The applicants head to Zevil Island for the fourth phase of the exam.
Each person draws a number which corresponds to the ID number of their target. The ID tag of their target is worth 3 points, their own ID tag is worth 3 points, and all other ID tags are worth 1 point.
Each applicant must collect 6 points in order to pass this phase of the exam. Gon's target turns out to be Hisoka, much to his dismay.
Gon is relying on Bloodcrazy Butterflies to find his target, Hisoka, before waiting for the perfect time to use his skill with the fishing rod to snatch Hisoka's tag.
Meanwhile, Leorio runs into Tonpa, who claims he is not his target and gives Leorio information about his target, Ponzu , who specializes in the use of traps and poison.
However, while Leorio is distracted, Tonpa's partner steals Leorio's tag. Kurapika then arrives and knocks out both Tonpa and his partner, revealing Tonpa was his target.
Now that Kurapika and Leorio know that neither is the other's target, they decide to form an alliance.
Kurapika and Leorio are being stalked by Hisoka, but they managed to negotiate their way out of a fight by giving him Tonpa's partner's badge.
However, the encounter leaves Hisoka aroused, so he leaves in search of a new target. Gon is able to use his fishing rod to snatch Hisoka's tag right when Hisoka attacks his target.
However, as Gon tries to escape, he is attacked and temporarily paralyzed by another applicant who takes his tag. Shortly after, Hisoka, impressed with Gon's patience and skill, kills the applicant who attacked Gon and returns his badge.
Though Gon is reluctant to accept Hisoka's charity, he is ultimately forced to and Hisoka expresses his desire to meet Gon in the next stage of the exam.
Killua grows tired of having Imori shadowing him so he challenges Imori, along with Amori and Umori to a fight and quickly dispatches him.
Meanwhile, Gon has joined up with Leorio and Kurapika. The three of them devise a plan for taking Ponzu 's tag and track her down to a suspicious-looking cave.
That is when Leorio insists on heading in alone. Gon and his friends have been trapped inside a cave by poisonous snakes. Bourbon, the person responsible for the trap, is already dead, and nobody knows how to disarm the trap.
Meanwhile, Leorio, who was bitten by the snakes, is growing weak. Gon manages to get them out of the sticky situation and through to the final phase of the exam.
But first, Netero wants an interview with each of the remaining applicants. The Fourth Phase ended and 9 applicants will go on through the Final Phase and the chairman interviewed each of them, after that Gon and Kurapika chat and thank each other.
September 10, [c]. 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.
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.
La roulette de Kaito! Duel et fuite! Pierre-papier-ciseaux et point faible! Gentillesse et force! Les forts et les faibles!
Un souhait et deux serments! Rendez-vous avec Pamu! Ami et voyage! Ressentiment et bizarreries! Traque et contre-attaque Nov et Morau Retour et retraite Le Gungi de Komugi Crainte et expectative Irruption soudaine Monstre et monstre Un Insecte d'honneur Devoir et doutes Vengeance et soins Poulpe fort et poulpe faibleAs 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 Wild Wild West Stream plans. Killua's grandfather, Zenoarrives in the dungeon and tells Killua he can go, despite Milluki insisting Amfar Gala 2021 isn't genuinely sorry yet. From the latest news or reviews till a list of the episodes. Remember me. Though Komugi understands that she will also die What A Girl Wants Stream she stays with him, Komugi remains by Meruem's side to the very end. Hunter × Hunter is an anime television series that aired from to based on Yoshihiro Togashi 's Hunter × Hunter manga. The story begins with a young boy named Gon Freecss, who one day discovers that the father who he thought was dead, is in fact alive and well. As the Hunter Association tries in vain to help Gon, Killua secures a deal with his family to allow Alluka out of the mansion so that she can treat Gon. S1, Ep 4 May Magician × and × Butler. Episode 1 Reunion x and x Understanding Sun, Dec 10, 24 mins Gon and Killua use the cards they obtained to warp to Nigg, who they think is Ging. Hunter × Hunter (ハンター×ハンター, Hantā Hantā) is an anime series based on the manga by Yoshihiro Togashi, produced by Madhouse Studios. The series is the new anime adaptation of the manga, and it opts to start from the very first chapter instead of continuing what was left by the Nippon Animation series. Watch seasons and episodes of Hunter x Hunter online and join Gon Freecss and his friends on his journey to become a world-renowned hunter like his father.