Pariston, Ging, Illumi, and Hisoka ~Hunter X Hunter wow Hisoka is more concerned about Gon than Ging. I like the fact that he cares for killua to since he knows. Weirdest thing is that Illumi considers his relationship with Hisoka . of alluka. the only work together when they have the same goal. so i dont. What is the 'Give and Take' with Hisoka that Illumi refers to? 5. When did Illumi Amongst other unclear goals. In the scene in question, the I had a give and take relationship with him previously But it seemed one of us.
Previously it had been assumed that Illumi and Hisoka were both bisexual and merely friends, perhaps friends with benefits. Yet here we have reason to believe they were much closer, even romantically involved.
Talk of engagements and prenups suggest they are both gay. How do we know this? These are the most skilled fighters, adept killers, experts in deception. Even as skilled as Illumi is, should the Troupe decide to act as one and kill him, Illumi would have no chance of defending himself.
Illumi might be able to lie to them by omission, but to tell them a bold face lie such as his relationship with Hisoka would be suicide. What does Kalluto tell us? That brings us to Kalluto. Kalluto who never got a chance to introduce himself does provide us with loads more information about Hisolumi.
If you have access to the manga, study the two pages in this scene carefully; notice anything about Kalluto while Illumi revealed his secret?
And this tells us something. Given that Illumi is telling the absolute truth, this information is not news to Kalluto. Kalluto has known for some time about the relationship between Illumi and Hisoka. Kalluto has probably known the two were an item as far back as the Yorknew arc, when Kalluto assisted Illumi in infiltrating the Troupe in order for Illumi to stand-in for Hisoka.
For starters Kalluto is the youngest of the Zoldyck brothers. It stands to reason that as the youngest he would generally be the last to know about family business, relationships, politics, etc.
Since Kalluto does know about Hisolumi it's a good bet that the rest of the Zoldyck clan knows as well.
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But when did this happen? Towards the end of that arc Manga Ch. Then Illumi makes mention that he and Hisoka have not known each other very long.
This suggests perhaps a year or two at most. However, Killua was not at home during this time and so even now probably is unaware of this relationship. But when exactly did the engagement and prenup happen? If it took place during a previous arc, the most probable moment was this: Illumi is enlisting the help of Hisoka in the plan to kill Alluka and possibly Killua.
Given the nature of the situation and the elegant setting, and the dire conversation topic, it seems fitting that either before or after this scene the marriage proposal would have taken place and the prenup too. At least this is the most likely time it could have happened in a pre-Dark Continent arc.
Yeah… Illumi gets Killua to admit what he wants is a friend and that Gon is his friend. Killua denies this, refuses to submit to his assassin training, which prompts Illumi to threaten to go after Gon and kill him on the spot. Things happen and Illumi eventually relents.
Killua in a near psychotic state ends up killing one of the other candidates, doubtless under the control of Illumiand leaves the Exam in humiliation to return home. Okay, so now the big question. Was it just a passing threat in the heat of the moment to gain total control of Killua?
Illumi confides in Hisoka that he believes Gon is a threat and is determined to eliminate Gon immediately. Hisoka warns Illumi that Gon belongs to him and that Illumi is not to harm him. It was good that Illumi relented. But why exactly does Illumi want or need Gon dead? Why does Illumi see Gon as a threat? It all comes back to the big Hisolumi reveal in Dark Continent arc. This engagement of Illumi and Hisoka proves the two are in a romantic relationship and therefore must be gay. Remember who is the chosen son, the future patriarch of the Zoldyck dynasty?
The prince with the silver gene. The one who has received the highest training, has the biggest obligation pinned on him?
That would be our boy Killua. The one who has no chance of being the favored Zoldyck in the years to come? That would be Illumi. Illumi does have a rather large responsibility on his head.
Provided Illumi does his duty, and that Killua toes the line and becomes the Zoldyck assassin and patriarch they need, Illumi is allotted a certain amount of freedom. Freedom to indulge in personal interests including dabbling in romance.
That Illumi should take an interest in Hisoka, an expert killer is perfectly fine. The fact they are a gay couple is no matter for the Zoldycks, this is partially because Illumi does not have the rare silver gene, which is why he was not selected as the favored son.
In short, there is no expectation for Illumi to pass his family lineage onto the next generation of Zoldycks. You know what happened after that? The two brothers spent a lot of time together, traveling, killing, training, killing, brain washing, killing, honing their skills.
Sometime during those years, Killua must have said or done something to cause Illumi to suspect he might be gay.
Who knows what it might have been, doubtless something tiny and Killua had no notion of the concept himself, but such a thing is entirely possible. Illumi could not take the chance of Killua being gay. Worse, much worse, if Killua did not pass the silver gene onto the next generation it would effectively end the Zoldycks.
This is bad for Illumi. Silva might outright kill Illumi, or at the least cut him off from the family finances. So, what does Illumi do? The needle is yet another means of control, of reinforcing all the assassin training.
It allows Illumi to monitor Killua from afar, always on the watch should he try to develop a friendship with anyone. He absolutely forbids Killua from learning about friendship, of any kind. Silva has a healthier view of friendship, expects it, encourages it. As any sane person would.
But Illumi cannot take the risk of Killua developing friendships. Because if Killua should make friends, should become comfortable with social groups, it would lead to Killua figuring out he was gay. And once Killua knew that he would always be chasing after the boys. An independent streak of that nature had the potential to doom the Zoldycks. And Illumi would be blamed for it. Primarily to keep an eye on him. But Illumi had no intentions of letting Killua get away with this independence.
He would see to it that Killua failed the Exam, failed in a way that would humiliate him and force him to return home, never to attempt such a thing again.
And that boy turned out to be Gon freakin Freecss! By the time the end of the arc winds down, Illumi was very much aware just how big of a threat Gon could potentially be to the Zoldycks. That Hisoka had taken a special interest in Gon and seen potential in him was all the more reason for Illumi to want Gon dead.
There was the very real possibility that Killua might not just become friends with Gon, but they could one day fall in love. That was the threat Gon represented to Illumi. Was it a general comment meant to describe the two of them playing a cat and mouse game? That would make sense given they have a standing contract to kill each other. Illumi has good reason to want Gon dead. Best to let someone else handle it. There are several places in the story where we saw Illumi take the initiative to kill Gon, but was stopped for one reason or another.
Illumi cares for most of the Zoldyck family members. He is willing to handle Alluka's power, even if it costs him his life.
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He has stated, however, that family members are not allowed to kill during an inner mission a mission where there is internal conflictbut insinuates that he would be fine with killing Alluka and does not consider Alluka a member of the family. Tsubone implies that Illumi's sinister ambition to control Alluka's power even caused him to stray from the path of an assassin. He is always in search for strong opponents, and would spare those who have great potential, such as Gon and Killua. Hisoka's appearance is similar to that of a magician or jester.
He is tall and has light skin and a fairly toned stature. His attire is usually adorned with various suit symbols on the front and back torso, and he changes outfits in each story arc. He wears face paint: In the 13th Hunter Chairman Election arc, Hisoka is shown wearing two earrings with ornamental hearts. In his first appearance in Nippon Animation's anime series, Hisoka's hair is blue. After a revamp of the show it was replaced with a red, almost neon pink color to be in accordance with the manga.
In Madhouse's adaptation, Hisoka has red hair and light amber eyes. During the Yorknew City arc in the manga, Hisoka dyes his hair light green. These dynamic variations in appearance illustrate the complexity of his character.
Hisoka is portrayed as entirely self-serving, self-absorbed, and selfish; he does whatever he likes as long as it pleases him in some way. His insatiable love for spilling the blood of powerful fighters in combat and his enjoyment of extreme pain while doing so fuels his seemingly sadomasochistic desires.
In order for them to grow to their full potential so as to improve the pleasure of killing them laterHisoka allows the main protagonists to live in situations wherein he is easily able to kill them.
Likewise, he grows excited to meet any new people he deems worthy of fighting or anyone with potential to be a good fighter and entertain him in the future. With his manipulative and self-centered nature, Hisoka is essentially a sociopath.
While he does like Gon, Killua, and many others, he has stated that for him what is valuable one day could easily become trash the next, and he will not hesitate to kill anyone should they not meet his standards. He does not care for what has happened in the past, as he is only interested in what could be amusing to him in the future or present.