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2011 | 1999 | Manga

Riehlvelt

Riehlvelt
Kana

リールベルト

Rōmaji

Riiruberuto

Portrayal
Japanese Voice

Yoshihiko Akaida (1999)
Ichitarō Ai (2011)

English Voice

Scott Roberts (1999)
Sean Chiplock (2011)

Debuts
Manga Debut

Chapter 48

Anime Debut

Episode 39 (1999)
Episode 29 (2011)

Characteristics
Gender

Male Male

Hair Color

Violet

Nen
Type

Emission

Abilities

Aura Boost

Image Gallery

Riehlvelt (リールベルト, Riiruberuto) is one of the three fighters that challenged Gon and Killua on the 200th floor of Heavens Arena. Having reached the 200th floor without the use of Nen, he was "initiated" after being attacked with a malicious aura attack and paralyzed from the waist down.[1]

AppearanceEdit

2011 | 1999 | Manga

Riehlvelt 2011 Design

Riehlvelt 2011 Design

Riehlvelt is a man of average size, he has purple spiky hair and often wears a yellow colored head gear. Due to becoming paralyzed from his "initiation", he is seen moving around in a large big wheeled motorized wheelchair.

PlotEdit

Heavens Arena arcEdit

Killua vs riehlvelt

Killua grabbing Riehlvelt's snake whips

Riehlvelt first appears when Gon and Killua learn how to use nen and reach the 200th floor.[2] Along with his friends Gido and Sadaso, he tried to use Zushi as a hostage to blackmail Gon and Killua and win unfairly against them but their plans were destroyed by Killua, who threatens to kill them if they try to cheat again.[3]

Riehlvelt defeated

Riehlvelt defeated by Killua

He first fights against Killua fairly in the Heavens Arena, and despite using his best attacks he is defeated by Killua, who blocks his whips and sends him flying in the air. The fall would be fatal to him, but Killua caught him while holding Riehlvelt's electric whips. Riehlvelt ends up electrocuted and falls to the floor defeated. After fighting Killua, Riehlvelt fought Gon, but since Gon knew his attacks after seeing his previous battle with Killua, he successfully jumped on his wheelchair and took Riehlvelt's whips. Gon threatened him that he was switching it on, he was too frightened and fainted, ending up unconscious.[4]

Abilities & PowersEdit

Although he should be praised for surviving a confrontation with a Nen user while still being ignorant about it and for winning fights even as a cripple, Riehlvelt is not a strong warrior, as he challenges only people new to Nen.

Proficient Weapon Specialist: He is good at using bullwhips in the shape of two snakes in combat, swinging them at incredible speed.They are called "Twin Snakes".

  • Riehlvelt's whips
  • Twin Snakes' Song Of Defense
  • Thunder Snakes
  • Twin Snakes' Song Of Defense (双頭の蛇による二重唱): Riehlvelt rapidly swings the two whips in the area around him, making a defense for himself and attacking the enemy if he/she comes too close.[4]
  • Thunder Snakes (双頭の蛇の正体): Riehlvelt uses his "Twin Snakes" to electrocute anyone who grabs them with 1,000,000 volts of electricity. 

NenEdit

Riehlvelt is an Emitter, so he is specialized on separating his aura from his body.

Riehlvelt's Nen Abilities
Type: Emission Aura Burst (爆発的推進力 (オーラバースト) )
Riehvelt aura burst 2 Riehlvelt uses his aura as a propellant for his wheelchair, making him able to move at incredible speed.


TriviaEdit

  • In Nippon Animation's adaptation, Riehlvelt rides a scooter instead of a wheelchair and is not disabled.

Translations around the WorldEdit

Foreign Language Translated name
Arabic ريلفيلت
Chinese (Hong Kong) 尼柏道
Chinese (Simplified) 狸狈多
Italian Rilbert
French Riluberto
Spanish Riluberto

ReferencesEdit

  1. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 6, Chapter 49
  2. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 6, Chapter 48
  3. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 7, Chapter 57
  4. 4.0 4.1 Hunter × Hunter - Volume 7, Chapter 59