|2011 | 1999 | Manga|
Yoshikazu Nagano (1999)
Ethan Cole (1999)
Heavens Arena fighter
Sadaso (サダソ, Sadaso) is one of the three fighters that challenge Gon and Killua on the 200th floor of the Heavens Arena. Having reached the 200th floor without the use of Nen, he was "initiated" after being attacked with a malicious aura attack and lost his left arm.
2011 | 1999 | Manga
Sadaso is missing one arm, it is assumed that it is due to being taught nen forcibly through "initiation" to the 200th floor of heavens arena
Sadaso is mean and ambitious, willing to do everything in order to become a Floor Master. He has also been shown to be mischievous.
Heavens Arena arc
Sadaso is one of the three fighters that challenge Gon and Killua on the 200th floor of the Heavens Arena that target rookies for easy wins to become Floor Masters. Sadaso kidnaps Zushi with his Nen to make Gon comply with his demands, namely having Gon forfeit in a match. However, Killua learns of the fight between the two and threatens Sadaso's life, frightening him enough to leave Heavens Arena for good. It's unknown if Sadaso wears a mask, which is commented by a ticket seller when he's talking to Killua.
When he leaves Heavens Arena after Killua's threat, he is wearing sunglasses/goggles for the first time and his face looks less pale than before. When leaving Heavens Arena, he calls Gido to warn them that Killua will come after them next.
Abilities & Powers
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, Sadaso is not a strong warrior, as he challenges only people new to Nen.
|Sadaso's Nen Type: Transmutation|
|Type: Transmutation||Aura Arm|
|Sadaso transmutes his aura into an enormous left arm to replace the one he lost after being "initiated." Those who are enveloped by the hand are paralyzed and unable to breathe, eventually fainting if they fail to break free.|
- In Nippon Animation's adaptation, Sadaso has both arms intact. His physical left arm is always seen protruding from his tunic, leaving his left sleeve dangling. It is unknown if he can move his real left arm.
- ↑ Hunter × Hunter - Volume 6, Chapter 49
- ↑ Hunter × Hunter - Volume 7, Chapter 56
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 3.2 Hunter × Hunter - Volume 7, Chapter 57
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 Hunter × Hunter - Volume 7, Chapter 58