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Bushidora Ambitious ranked at 13 in voting

Bushidora Ambitious
Kana

ブシドラ=アンビシャス

Rōmaji

Bushidora Anbishasu

Portrayal
Japanese Voice

Masaki Aizawa

Debuts
Manga Debut

Chapter 320 (Mentioned)
Chapter 326 (Actual Appearance)

Anime Debut

Episode 141 (2011)

Characteristics
Gender

Male Male

Eye Color

Blue

Hair Color

Brown

Status

Deceased

Previous Occupation

Blacklist Hunter (Single Star)
Pure Paladin Squad Captain

Nen
Type

Unknown

Image Gallery

Bushidora Ambitious (ブシドラ=アンビシャス, Bushidora Anbishasu) was a Single-Star Blacklist Hunter.[1] He was the Hunters Association's disciplinary committee member who advocates the revision of the "10 Rules for Hunters," as well as a member of the new Pure Paladin Squad.[2]

AppearanceEdit

Bushidora is a man of average height and weight. He has brown spiky hair and a cleft chin. He wears a long white trench coat with a red shoulder and chest piece. He's also seen wearing white gloves and a cap with a flame-esque pattern on it.

PlotEdit

13th Hunter Chairman Election arcEdit

Bushidora Ambitious places in 14th in the First Election for the 13th Hunter Chairman,[3] in the Second Election for the 13th Hunter Chairman, he places in 8th along with Teradein Neutral, Cutie Beauty, and Sanbica Norton.[4] In the Third Election for the 13th Hunter Chairman he shares 9th with Sanbica,[5] while he shares 13th place with Loupe Highland in the Fourth Election for the 13th Hunter Chairman being one of the sixteen candidates, qualifying for the Fifth round.[6] In a video presentation for the 16 candidates for chairman, presented by Beans, it's stated Bushidora is the Hunters Association disciplinary committee member and an advocate for revising the 10 Hunter Bylaws.[1]

Bushidora, Teradein and Loupe

Teradein, Bushidora, and Loupe inform the group of Hunters after the Needlemen

When Killua warns Morel his older brother is going to attack he and Alluka with brain-washed minions Needlemen once they reach the hospital where Gon is hospitalized. Morel contacts Teradein, alongside Loupe and Bushidora, for their assistance. The three hold a meeting within the Hunter Association, with a large group of Hunters and plan out a strategy to try and stop Illumi's Needlemen. As the meeting progresses Bushidora proclaims the 4th Bylaw was wrong and has no provision in the current crisis.[7] Soon after agreeing to help with the Needlemen crisis, Teradein along with Bushidora and Loupe hold a special joint broadcast announcement. Teradein praises the late chairman and intend to carry on his ideals and reform the Pure Paladin Squad that Netero once belonged too.[2]

Bushidora - 142

Bushidora makes an announcement

Bushidora details Teradein shall act as the Leader, Loupe as the deputy, and he himself shall be captain of the acting forces. Also as a show of unity he and Loupe will vote for Teradein and implores all who agree with their purposes to vote for Teradein. When the Fifth Election for the 13th Hunter Chairman results come in after the broadcast, both Bushidora and Loupe place in 15th and are eliminated for not making the top 8 candidates. Soon after the 5th election, Teradein, Loupe, and Bushidora try to get in contact with the groups of more than 20 Hunters they were in contact with, including the Hunters Latune and Kenzaki. Bushidora boasts his capable abilities as Captain. When inquired about the votes from Loupe, Bushidora states anyone who's free to vote go and vote as long as Teradein makes the top 4. Although Teradein voices his concern about the prediction of where the votes will go and doesn't want to sway the election through absentees, Loupe suggests they hire a group of Temp Hunters in order to reduce the number of moderate voters for Pariston Hill.[2]

Bushidora's corspe

Bushidora's captain hat and corpse

Bushidora and Teradein both agree with the plan, unbeknownst to them that it's really a clever ploy to kill off the Temp Hunters by the enemy making them absent in the next election. Loupe also contemplates that Teradein is too honest, while Bushidora is too careless. However after confronting the enemy Bushidora along with everyone who accompanied him were killed.[2]

TriviaEdit

  • His last name, Ambitious, is a reference to William S. Clark's catchphrase, "Boys, be ambitious!"

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Hunter × Hunter - Volume 31, Chapter 326
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Hunter × Hunter - Volume 31, Chapter 329
  3. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 30, Chapter 320
  4. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 30, Chapter 321
  5. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 31, Chapter 323
  6. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 31, Chapter 325
  7. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 31, Chapter 328

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