|Face-Off: Part 5|
|Page length||16 pages|
|Release date||February 4th, 2003 (tankōbon format)|
|Corresponding episode|| Episode 84 (1999) |
Episode 69 (2011)
|Arc||Greed Island arc|
The game starts and Goreinu gets the first serve. And he manages to hit Number 4. And in his next try, he is again able to hit another opponent, easily securing two points for his team. In his next serve, he throws the ball directly at Razor, but to his shock, the opponent catches the ball easily with one hand.
Razor now controls the ball and he throws it towards Goreinu. Goreinu senses the immense power of Razor throw, switches places with his ape and it's demolished by the attack. After destroying the Nen ape, the ball rebounds and Razor catches it deftly. Gon's team notices that Goreinu was now outside the court, as he had switched places with his white ape. Biscuit observes that the white ape was now breaking down into little bits, meaning that that was the image that Goreinu thought when he saw the ball being thrown towards him. Tsezguerra observes that that type of image couldn't be wiped out easily, and Goreinu was now mentally incapable of continuing the match. Killua asks the referee if it was the white ape that was out, and the referee replies that it was, as Nen was involved. But now Goreinu couldn't return inside the court unless he used "back" or used his Nen to switch places with the black Nen ape.
It's Razor serves again, and he passes the ball to Number 1, who was outside the court with great speed. Number 1 then passes it to Number 5 with equal speed, who was also outside the court and it passes to the other outside player, Number 4 with the same speed. The passing continues and Gon's team prepares for the attack, but because of the speed, Tsezguerra is hit on his back and is severely injured. After hitting Tsezguerra, the ball rebounds and lands in Killua's hands, who notices that it was very heavy, and compares it to a bowling ball. Tsezguerra had managed to avoid a lethal blow by covering his back with aura, but is still severely injured with his ribs broken and some internal organs injured. He is deemed unfit to continue and is removed from the court. He goes to the sidelines to watch the game. Displeased with his ability, he realizes that its time to start training from scratch.
Once the game resumes, Hisoka asks for the ball, as he could use his "Bungee Gum" to hit an opponent and make the ball rebound back towards him. Killua agrees and passes the ball to him.
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|Anime 1999:||List of Episodes (1999 series)|
|Anime 2011:||List of Episodes (2011 series)|