Words by the Ramble. — Why do you think Killua and Gon are toxic for each
While he does like Gon, Killua, and many others, he has stated that for him, He has no problems killing anyone regardless of age or sex; however, he only kills. It is not perfect, their are weakness, dependency issues and conflicts but despite this they continue to grow as friends. Killua at times is mentor to Gon, but Gon. And if this were a real relationship, I won't hesitate to tell Killua to get the to how much he loves Gon that he still went through all the trouble of.
I would go around for hell knows how many years and then I was recommended to see hunter x hunter by a friend and I was so confused.
Why was this story so good?
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The characters always had only one goal and only one driving motive. It was a straight line, a corridor. But it was the most beautiful, engaging and wondrous corridor I ever took a walk through. The animation was amazing, the choreography of fights was enjoyable and the expressions of rage perfect. I'd say the two strong sides of Togashi would be rage and romance, at least in HxH. Every time a character would go out of his mind, something would cross the line somebody set, it would be so perfectly absorbing and infuriating.
Kurapikas rage and battle against Uvogin is probably the most exciting thing I ever saw in anime. For some reason I felt enough attachment to the boy that while he was throwing a punch I already couldn't wait to see it land.
Seeing this series as it came out, instead of in a marathon, would probably drive me crazy. And then when you think about the mindless fun of battles he questions your morality in the form of Meruem.
I never saw myself as a racist until I saw that story. It's not even like he tricked the viewer in any fashion. Sure the ants have been killing all their life, but they've just never been told they can live otherwise. I said something about romance earlier, didn't I?
Well, one of my favorite animes of all time include Tsubasa Chronicle and School rumble, but aside them I've seen many more great romance stories. They don't even come close to Killua and Gon. I was wondering why I Think it comes from how natural is the relationship of the leads in hxh. You see, the listed romance anime are only about the romance and whatever drama or comedy can happen around it.
The only exception on the list is the Tsubasa Chronicle that has way too little of it, using it as a background motive.
The thing is, romance is a part of a life, not a constant event that keeps taking place everyday, changing the world and stuff. People just get together, they like each other and then they find out that the thing they want to do is to be together for as long as possible. Killua might have the most realistic approach to romance out of all the leads in common romance animes.
The series is hard to describe, it's just amazing. He openly admits to this. In the conclusion of the Hunter Exam arc, Killua tells Illumi that the only thing he wants in life is to be friends with Gon. Killua chooses Gon over his family end of Zoldyck arc. Killua follows Gon through everything, no matter what. There are soooo many events, but I will only point out the major ones for now. Notice that everything they do happens because Gon wants to.
When did Killua ever make a major decision? Killua has never had anything that was important to him until Gon. Killua would die to protect Gon because Gon is all that he has in this world. Thus, this triggers Killua to blame himself for not being able to do anything to help Gon. All he cares about is Gon, that Gon is happy, that Gon is safe, that Gon is satisfied.
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Not once has Killua ever cried over himself. Every problem Killua has overcame, he did so for Gon.
There are several other instances of Killua overcoming things for Gon, this is a big one though. What personal limitations has Gon overcome for Killua? The Zoldyck arc is NOT the same thing. Gon did not experience psychological trauma over Killua nor did Gon have a significant change in character as a result of rescuing Killua. Every force will have an equal and opposite reactive force. This relates to my next point: Gon does not realize the consequences of his actions.
That was the only thing Killua got in return after all of his work to support, save, and protect Gon. It was also the only apology Killua got in return for everything he went through because of Gon. Gon has never seen Killua cry.
It all comes back to this for me. As weird as this is to say, Gon is literally a five year old when it comes to relationships.
Gon is one of the most selfish characters I have ever seen. No, Gon is genuinely selfish to the core. Do not worry you unfortunate souls, I am here to explain to you a portion of it in this blog, more in the next the messed up mental state behind the adorable face.
Gon is SUCH a hunter. I mean this in the sense that his selfishness dominates him and controls him. What he wants comes first, always. When has Gon genuinely reflected on his actions and how they affect Killua?
But when Gon wants something, his mind shuts down to reason. He will not stop even if his arms are missing, his neck is crushed, his nen stripped from him, beaten, bloodied, and even at the cost of his own life. This kid will not stop—never. And as horrible as this reality is, it makes him the perfect Hunter.
While Gon is the most selfish character, Killua is the most selfless. Killua doesn't cry when the the two part ways, but Killua clearly is more impacted than Gon. Killua looks to be on the verge of tears because he is giving up his own happiness, being with Gon, in favor of providing Alluka a life worth living. Killua and Alluka confront illumi 2.
Killua has to decide between the only things that matter to him—Gon and Alluka.