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Greed Island arcEdit
Zeho and his 2 teammates Hanse and Wong Li attend the meeting of different teams organized by Kazsule in order to figure out a way to stop the Bomb Devils from completing the game. Ultimately his team decides to join the proposed alliance and by using an Accompany (G.I card), they all head to to Soufrabi to acquire the Plot of Beach (G.I card).
Arriving in Soufrabi, Zeho notes the size of the huge city and Kazsule then explains to everyone how to acquire an SS-Ranked card. The alliance members then disperse into the city in order to collect information on the Patch of Shore card. Zeho follows Kazsule and they find an Woman NPC would has information on the card and promises to tell them where it is if they drive the Razor Pirates out of town. They're then lead to the pirates' home base in the town and are confronted by three pirates. Of the three Bopobo challenges the group to a sumo wrestling match. Confident in his skills as an Enhancer, Zeho steps up to the challenge, but Killua believes he doesn't have a chance against him, as he lacks training, since it took too long for him to charge such weak a Ren.
Zeho then tries to wrestle with Bopobo, but is overpowered by him. He was almost crusted by the big and burly pirate, hadn't it been for Gon coming to his rescue. Killua however beats Bopobo due to a dirty trick and the alliance members are lead to the pirates base. There, they are challenged by Razor to compete in a series of challenges chosen by Razor and his pirates, but the alliance members lose them all. Seeing as there was no way for the Bomb Devils to acquire the Plot of Beach card, the alliance ends and Zeho and his group leave the lighthouse.
Abilities & PowersEdit
Gon's team estimated Zeho to be too weak to defeat Razor's convicts, as turned out to be the case. He was also unable to see the Pirate boxer's warping uppercut.
Zeho is an Enhancer. He is not particularly skilled, as demonstrated by him taking a long time to produce a weak Ren. Killua assumed he could defeat him without having to use Nen. In fact, Zeho was easily defeated by Bopobo, whom he failed to push back a single step.
Battles & CompetitionsEdit