Biscuit begins the training for Enhancement using the technique, 'Stone Breaking'. In this technique, one has to break stones using another stone. And to complete this level, Gon and Killua had to break a thousand stones in one day using the same stone. But Gon and Killua fail, only being able to break 150 and 189 rocks with one rock respectively. Biscuit praises them by saying that normal people would take weeks to reach a hundred.
Killua then requests Biscuit to start the training for Transmutation. But she refuses, stating that it was a basic rule for training that a person should train for only one type in a day. While pointing this out, she had her index finger raised. And this indicated the boys to use Gyo. Both state the number correctly at the same time, leading to a draw. Unhappy with the result, the boys decide to play Rock-Paper-Scissors. The loser would have to go with the punishment that would be assigned by Biscuit. Biscuit comments on this by saying that the game actually derived from moves of martial arts. "Paper" was derived from a move that was used to harm inner organs. "Scissors" was derived from a move used to hit specific parts of the body and "Rock" was derived from an attack move used to deal external damage. As Biscuit pointed this out, Gon got an idea.
Meanwhile, the Phantom Troupe arrive at Greed Island. But their path is blocked by a tall, muscular man who introduces himself as Razor, one of the creators of the game. He then draws a card named "Eliminate" which could be used only by a 'Game Master'. The card allowed the user to transport any person that illegally entered the game to any random spot of the Azian Continent.
Phinks, sensing that Razor is strong, decides not to fight him and agrees to leave and come back in the normal method. After the Phantom Troupe leaves, Razor observes the boat in which they came, confesses that they were a strong group to have been able to reach the island. He then forms an emitted ball with his Nen and blows up the boat with one shot. Meanwhile, Gon shows Biscuit and Killua his three new attack moves, that he derived from Rock-Paper-Scissors.
- Janken: Rock = An Enhancement type attack.
- Janken: Scissors = A Transmutation type attack.
- Janken: Paper = An Emission type attack.
But he was unable to use Janken: Paper and asks Biscuit what he was supposed to do. The reply was only one word. Training.
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