Gon is too inexperience he needs to go off by himself and go rogue and learn he has a lot of distraction. It's cool having Killua there but it's obvious Gon doesn't grow much if Killua has to hold his hand and tell him what to do. Gon is going have to learn to trust himself and depend on himself to develop instinct that will equal experience. Compare to Killua he's worlds apart I figure by now they would make Gon catch up to them at least but he still behind from his peers well Killua at least. I never seen Gon dominate a match except for those 50th floor guys, next episode is going be Killua kicking some tail, for Gon short comings it seems like a pattern going on here. One tip is for him to stop fighting Hisoka every moment and get him some experience, he needs that forest back again like he did in the hunters exam and get serious because it's months away for the big event.
This episode concludes most of the Heavens Arena mini arc, showing the thrilling conclusion to Gon and Hisoka's awaited fight and opening new doors with the intermingling of a new character and a questionable alliance. Gon's resilience peaks Hisoka's love for the unripened fruit, allowing the boy a handful of good hits to boost his confidence for the future. It's almost sickening, the attention Hisoka gives Gon, but there's something dangerously attractive about it. Unlike most villains/anti-heroes, Hisoka is extremely complex, perhaps even the puppeteer pulling the strings behind the scenes. Only time will tell.
What's with the symbol of the Genei Ryodan, hmm? I give this episode 9.7/10.
The episode starts with Hisoka talking to Gon about how he's a reinforcement type and how he's simple minded.
Hisoka tells Gon not to disapoint him and begins a relentless attack with incredible speed. It is then that Gon relizes that Hisoka has already strapped his Bungee gum on him. Hisoka hits him a few more times and decides to release him.
Gon then puts together a nice attack which gets Hisoka very excited. Hisoka then decides he isn't ready to kill him yet.
The match ends when Hisoka tricks Gon and gets his final 2 points. Machi then goes to see Hisoka and informs him of ryodan business and that he's required to be in Yorkshin city on August 30th.
This was another great episode of HXH that you just have to see to believe.