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Hisoka hinted that Gon is his treasure and also his prey, but it can't be both, right? Because in the end, he didn't want Gon to die no matter what.

So it's weird that he didn't want Gon to die but also made him his prey to fight till death. Is it sexual for Hisoka or what? I still remember the 'Schwing' thing.

  • potential opponent but not ripe yet? – Septian Primadewa Nov 10 '14 at 9:28
  • So hes ready to kill Gon after he rips? ó_ò Its very hard to believe ... so i dont think so – Crystal Nov 10 '14 at 10:19
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Hisoka is a psycho that only seek for strong opponents to fight.

He saw a real potential in Gon since they met (Killua too , Leorio and Kurapika too) and just want him not to die until he becomes a monster worth to confront.

And yes , for psychos , the pleasure they find in their... "activities" are orgasms-like.

Remember just what Hisoka had to do only to "fight" Kuroro , he likes to take his time but in the same time when he fought Gon he could hardly prevent himself from killing him ^^

So we can't say he's a rival , he's just another "toy" for Hisoka , but a special one as he really has the potential to become a monster.

  • Niice Ó.Ò ... lol xD but i dont think that Gon will ever be a "Monster" , i mean hes innocent & kind.. – Crystal Nov 10 '14 at 10:29
  • & i dont think that Hisoka wanted to kill him , i think he was just excited & impressed by him in a sick way .. (excited in a pedo way lol) & wanted to fight him to play with him for self enjoyment , i think killing him is way off & wont happen , but maybe fighting him a lot without killing him ..? idk ... – Crystal Nov 10 '14 at 10:43
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    When I say monster I mean in terms of power. Did you watched all the episodes/scans ? You may miss some informations and I don't want to spoil :) – Kalilz Nov 10 '14 at 14:41
  • aha.. & yeah somehow all .. lol , i watched all the old version (1999) & some of the new (the ending because i didn't like what they did about the ants etc .. horrible & they ruined it) anyway .. i watched the movies too , Hunter X Hunter Phantom Rouge Movie & Hunter X Hunter Movie The Last Mission so i watched everything that is important , il watch (2011) till the ants appear & then il stop lol – Crystal Nov 11 '14 at 0:46
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Neither a rival nor a toy. I believe Hisoka has mixed feelings. His stated goal is to allow Gon to "ripen" (achieve his full potential), then defeat him, body and soul. Yet he also has high respect for Gon and will protect him, at least until that "harvest". We even see him as an ally during the Yorknew City and Greed Island arcs.

Being a psycho is complicated. In a very warped way, Hisoka may even love Gon (in addition to a possible sexual attraction). But it is not a love which is likely to end well.

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