Chrollo explains the rest of his abilities; Order Stamp, which lets him control any inanimate object provided that it is not a corpse (a corpse must be replicated to be used). He uses this on the corpse of the referee to try and kill Hisoka, albeit unsuccessfully. He then reveals his final ability; Convert Hands, which allows him to switch appearances with a person he touches. He reveals that one of his abilities belonged to a now-deceased person. Hisoka realizes that it remained after death because of that person's Nen becoming stronger postmortem. The ability is Sun and Moon, which belonged to a Meteor City elder that once turned his brethren into bombs in order to purge an outside threat. The seals from the Hatsu cannot be removed. Chrollo declares that he will win, but Hisoka is insistent on continuing the fight. Chrollo jumps into the audience and uses Black Voice to control a large spectator. Chrollo hides behind this spectator and manipulates another. By the time Hisoka deals with the two, Chrollo is gone. He realizes that Chrollo originally bookmarked Black Voice to control the spectators, activated and used Convert Hands, and then shifted the bookmark to that page so he could retain it and hide.
Order Stamp: A stamp that, when affixed onto a "puppet", allows Chrollo to give it a vocal command. A puppet is a lifeless object with the head still connected to its torso.
Convert Hands: Two marks appear on the palms of Chrollo's hand. Touching someone with his right hand mark will cause them to take on Chrollo's likeliness. While Chrollo can take on their likeliness by touching a person with his left hand mark. If he touches a person with both markers, his and that person's likeliness will be swapped.
Chrollo reveals that The Sun and Moon belonged to a now-deceased person. It remained in the book as a result of that person's Nen becoming stronger after death. Meaning once it's marked on someone, it cannot be removed.