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The power to avenge
Power × To × Avenge
Kana

ジツリョク×デ×セツジョク

Rōmaji

Jitsuryoku × de × Setsujoku

Information
Japan Air Date

June 3rd, 2012

English Air Date

January 14th, 2017

Adapted from
Episode

34

Arc

Heaven's Arena arc

Opening Song

Departure! -second version-

Ending Song

Hunting For Your Dream

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List of Episodes (2011 series)
Episode 34 Screenshots

Power × To × Avenge (ジツリョク×デ×セツジョク, Jitsuryoku × de × Setsujoku) is the 34th episode of the Hunter × Hunter 2011 series. It first aired on June 3rd, 2012.

OverviewEdit

Killua warns Riehlvelt and Gido about their dirty tricks. Gon and Killua train for their matches. They both are able to win and Hisoka agrees to fight Gon.

SummaryEdit

Gido killua riehlvelt

Killua threatens Gido and Riehvelt

Due to Sadaso's withdrawal in fear of Killua's capabilities, he warns Riehlvelt to be cautious. However, Riehlvelt plans to continue his tricks in order for him to achieve his goal of becoming a Floor Master. Suddenly, Killua appears out of nowhere and warns both Riehvelt and Gido to play nice. Gon wins his first 200th floor match, beating Sadaso by default. Before their matches against Riehvelt and Gido, Gon and Killua train even more.

Gon hits gido with a flagstone

Gon flips the arena floor under Gido

Gon and Gido's rematch begins, but this time Gon carries his father's Fishing Rod. Gon starts off by running towards his opponent, but Gido uses his Tornado Top to halt Gon's attack, followed by Shotgun Blues. Gon is able to repel Gido's attack using Ren and prepares his pole. Gido realizes that Gon plans to stop him from spinning. Gon releases his fishing rod and aims toward his opponent. For a moment, Gido laughs that Gon missed, but Gon has attached the Fishing Rod hook to one of the flagstones of the ring and throws it upwards, causing Gido to fly. Gido is helpless as Gon breaks his prosthetic leg. Gon gains his second victory.

Killua versus riehlvelt

Killua vs. Riehlvelt

After the match, Killua faces against Riehlvelt. Killua jumps high, but before he hits his opponent, Riehlvelt uses Aura Blast to escape. Killua merely shrugs it off, blaming that he jumped too high. Riehlvelt then takes out his weapon, the Twin Snake. He attacks Killua with it, but Killua is able to catch both whips. Riehlvelt presses buttons, sending a large amount of electricity to Killua. He calls this move the Thunder Snake. However, due to his training when he was a kid, Killua is able to withstand the electricity, although he still feels a slight amount of pain. Killua throws Riehlvelt above the ground and he begs Killua to save him. Killua agrees and catches him while holding his Thunder Snakes, causing Riehlvelt to be completely electrified. Killua earns his second win.

Hisoka agrees to fight gon

Hisoka agrees to fight Gon

After a few days, the fight between Killua and Gido is supposed to take place, but Gido is unable to compete because of the damage he took from Gon. Gon faces Riehlvelt next and quickly Riehvelt takes out his weapons, but Gon lifts up another flagstone and throws it towards him. He dodges by using Aura Blast, but Gon anticipates this move and stops him, takes his Twin Snakes, wraps it around Riehlvelt's neck and scares him that he will turn on the switch. Riehlvelt falls unconscious and Gon becomes the winner. After the fight, Gon meets up with Hisoka and he praises Gon for the progression he made and agrees to fight him next.

Characters in Order of AppearanceEdit

TriviaEdit

  • This is where Gon obtained his first 2 victories on 200th Floor Battle in Heaven's Arena arc.
  • Gon uses flagstones to his opponents in both wins.
  • After Gon earned his first victory at 200th Floor in this episode, both him and Killua won their first victory at 200th floor by default.

NavigationEdit

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