|September 6th: Part 3|
|Page length||16 pages|
|Release date||November 2nd, 2001 (tankōbon format)|
|Volume||13 September 10th|
|Corresponding episode|| Episode 71 (1999) |
Episode 59 (2011)
|Arc||Greed Island arc|
Tsezguerra continues to tell Gon and Killua how weak they are to play the game Greed Island he also explains that if a players is active in the game it will be impossible to reset or remove the memory card stating the they can't allow to enter new players. Battera mentions that he owns 32 copies of the game and around 100 players he hired though half of them represents a loss for them, due to players refusing to return from the real world. Battera added that due to this they can't allow new players to enter the game and it has been like this for months and explains that the selection is strict and need only players who will return to reality with some few item picked from the game.
Gon and Killua still insist and asked them why they can't take it. Tsezguerra tells them that he's a professional hunter and has attempted to complete the game several times, and is experienced enough to tell both Gon and Killua that they aren't fit enough to play the game at their current state. Battera tells the two the date of the test and if they want to be select they should participate on the test.
Gon and Killua leaving pissed, but confident that they will past the test to which Battera asks Tsezguerra, about what he thinks about the two and he replies that he is telling the truth that at their current state they will get killed, but he is convinced that in 4 days anything can happen and can see the potential in both Gon and Killua. Gon still pissed about their rejection, while Killua explains that they need to train and they will have to take it to next level and mention Kurapika's getting his ability though they can go far as what Kurapika did by putting his life.
Killua implies that they need to think of an ability that implies their personality and effectiveness in fights. Killua reveals to Gon that he will go through a certain type of training to master a certain type of skill and urges Gon to think about creating his own technique too. Killua starts his training and uses electricity and fuse it with his aura. Due to the image of the stored electricity Killua can now project and amplify his Nen. Meanwhile Tsezguerra's words are stuck on Gon's head that literally pisses him off. Feitan and Phinks are seen attacking a car that has a copy of a Greed Island and steals it from them.
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|v • e||Greed Island arc|
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|Anime 1999:||List of Episodes (1999 series)|
|Anime 2011:||List of Episodes (2011 series)|