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Barry

Barry
Kana

バリー

Rōmaji

Barī

Portrayal
Japanese Voice

Ryouhei Nakao (1999)
Masahiro Yamanaka (2011)

Debuts
Manga Debut

Chapter 153

Anime Debut

Episode 82 (1999)
Episode 67 (2011)

Characteristics
Gender

Male Male

Eye Color

Black (G.I. Final OVA)
Brown (2011)

Hair Color

Chestnut (G.I. Final OVA)
White (2011)

Occupation

Hunter

Previous Occupation

Greed Island Player

Nen
Type

Unknown

Image Gallery

Barry (バリー, Barī) is a professional Hunter hired by Battera to play the game Greed Island.[1]

BackgroundEdit

He, Kess, and Rodriot have been members of team Tsezguerra for 20 years.

PlotEdit

Greed Island arcEdit

At one point, his team has collected 95 of the specified slot cards,[2] but during a meeting with the Bomb Devils to exchange cards, some of their important cards are stolen by them.[1] Later, in order to obtain the rare card Strip of Beach, Barry and his teammates team up with Goreinu and Gon's team in a series of matches against Razor and his subordinates.[3]

Pirate Boxer Being Beaten By Montreux

Barry defeats the Pirate Boxer

Barry's opponent in his boxing match is an Emitter and he wins by knocking him out.[3] After getting the rare card,[4] he and his team try to delay the progress of the Bomb Devils so that Gon and Killua have time to recover and train.[5] However, before they can collect all the cards, they learn that Battera has canceled the prize for clearing the game[6] because of the death of his lover. As a result, Barry and his team quit playing the game.[7]

13th Hunter Chairman Election arcEdit

After the death of Chairman Netero, Barry with Tsezguerra and his 3 teammates are seen at the headquarters of the Hunters Association voting for a new chairman.[8]

Abilities & Powers Edit

As one of the Hunters hired by Battera and part of Tsezguerra's team, Barry is at least a decent Nen user, as confirmed later when Gon's team and Goreinu enlisted the help of other players to acquire "Patch of Shore". He is also a skilled boxer who managed to defeat the Pirate boxer without taking even one hit, which is a remarkable feat, considering the latter managed to knock out an adversary with only one uppercut to the chin. He might specialize in infighting, although it is certain he resorted to this strategy simply to gain the advantage against his opponent's Emission attacks. He is very fit, and capable of chaining a barrage of punches until the adversary in knocked out.

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Hunter × Hunter - Volume 16, Chapter 153
  2. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 15, Chapter 152
  3. 3.0 3.1 Hunter × Hunter - Volume 16, Chapter 160
  4. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 16, Chapter 169
  5. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 17, Chapter 171
  6. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 17, Chapter 173
  7. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 17, Chapter 174
  8. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 30, Chapter 320