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Ameha
Amoeba
Debuts
Anime Debut

The Last Mission

Characteristics
Gender

Male Male

Eye Color

Yellow

Hair Color

Green

Status

Alive

Occupation

Floor Master

Nen
Type

Unknown

Image Gallery

Amoeba is one of the Heaven's Arena's Floor Masters. He only appears in Hunter × Hunter: The Last Mission.[1]

Appearance Edit

Ameha-page

Ameha's Battle Olympia magazine page

Amoeba is rather tall, skinny, with a womanly body and long limbs. He has a skeletal face, topped by a shock of unkempt, greenish hair. He has a small chin and thick purple lips. The most striking feature of his face are his eyes: the sclera, iris and pupil of his right eye are completely yellow. The other is covered by a visor.

In the Heaven's Arena, he wears golden bracelets and a matching golden collar, a white and azure striped shirt that leaves his belly bare, a white belt with a round golden buckle, dark blue jeans, possibly with bell bottoms, and brown shoes. The right sleeve of his shirt is longer and baggier to hide a small cannon. On his chest, the stripes form the motif of a vortex.

Plot Edit

The Last MissionEdit

Chibi Gon & Killua
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Abilities & Powers Edit

Ameha-ability

Amoeba's unknown liquid

Not much is known about Amoeba's abilities, but the fact that he was a Floor Master is proof enough of his power and proficiency in Nen. Still, he was defeated single-handedly by Jed's followers. When fighting Gon and Killua, he is shown to fire an unknown liquid from his right sleeve at high pressure. Whether this is a form of Nen or a hidden weapon, is yet unknown. In the magazine held by Killua, he is seen dodging an attack by leaping backward over his opponent, demonstrating a good deal of agility.

Magazine Finishers Edit

  • Amoeba Attack (Ameeba Kougeki):Amoeba shoots a liquid from his palm. Whether it damages the opponent with its pressure or it has other effects, is unknown.
  • Mikawashi (possibly Double Exchange): When attacked, Amoeba dodges by somersaulting over his opponent, landing behind them. "kawashi" is sometimes used in martial arts to indicate a reaction to a blow in which one does not block or move away, but rather goes toward the attacker and trades places with them.

TriviaEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Hunter × Hunter: The Last Mission