Gon can regain his Nen following 30 days of his absence in episode 95. IRS, also known as Individual Ren Suppressor, fades after 30 days, allowing Gon and Killua to join in the battle against the chimera ants. In particular, they’re the ones who are tasked to take down the Neferpitou, the King’s Royal Guard. As the manga series is still ongoing and yet to end. The anime stopped airing long before the manga ended, so keep in mind that the anime and manga are not on the same timeline.
Gon can’t use Nen anymore because he lost his arm, and it contains his aura and his body’s power. Generally, a Hunter is supposed to have two arms to perform Nen. However, some characters were able to learn Nen while only having one arm or one leg during the Hunter Exam Arc.
Since Killua has learned how to use both of his arms simultaneously even without aura controlling him, he might teach Gon how to do so as soon as he regains his strength after being poisoned by Pitou. If he does this successfully, then maybe he can regain his Nen ability back in time for the upcoming Dark Continent Arc.
Who is Gon?
This character is a protagonist who makes terrible decisions. Gon is a Rookie Hunter character in the Hunter x Hunter animated movie. and the son of Ging Freecss. Ging Freecss is Gon’s motive to become a Hunter. Gon has been the primary protagonist throughout the show, and has played his role during The Hunter Exam, Zoldyck Family, Heavens Arena, Greed Island and Chimera Ant episode.
His adventures are often short and humorous and have environmental connotations, but there is little continuity. Gon appears in different countries and interacts with different flora and fauna in nearly every issue. His short temper is often portrayed as a source of humour, but he does offer his help to his animal friends.
The Gon manga is a great example of this. In addition to its witty, humorous style, this series also depicts the brutality of nature. Many of the supporting characters suffer gruesome deaths, and they are often depicted as animals instead of humans. The manga also depicts the cruelty of war and demonstrates how animals can help one another without harming themselves. Gon is also an example of the human psyche at work and in life.
As a young child, Gon first met Kite. When he met Kite, he was a young boy, and he was responsible for saving his life. He also taught Gon about the supernatural and Hunters. He does not meet Kite again until the Chimera Ant Arc. Only after this meeting does Gon learn about his father’s connections. If this is the case, he is in for a very exciting ride.
Why Gon lost his nen for 30 days
In Gon’s fight with Pitou, a Chimera Ant, he made two important discoveries. First, he had been deceiving himself about his father Ging for years by telling himself he had given up on his son while waiting for him to get stronger. Second, the only reason Pitou could defeat and nearly kill him was because of their moral conflict: Gon could not bring himself to kill an opponent who had already surrendered.
After recovering from his grisly injuries at the end of this fight, Gon realized that he needed to strengthen his resolve before confronting Meruem, the king of the Chimera Ants and Pitou’s creator. To accomplish this goal, Gon set out on a 30-day training expedition. During this time, he regained full control over his Nen ability by first mastering a new one called Ren.
If your heart is set on continuing with Hunter × Hunter’s story, you should know that a lot happens in those missing chapters. Gon gets his arm back. He also gets a new ability called Nen. Without going into spoilers, Nen endows Gon with some pretty cool powers.
Now, Gon lost his left arm because he used it to heal Gon, and even if he gets it back, there is still a chance that he won’t get his Nen ability back. Now, Gon lost his left arm because he used it to heal Killua, and even if he gets it back, there is still a chance that he won’t get his Nen ability back.
Does Gon get his nen back?
And if somehow he gets his Nen ability back, then there’s a chance that he won’t be able to do the same level of Nen abilities as he used to do in his youth. As you have seen, Gon cannot restore nen and arm. However, he can get them. And if somehow he gets his Nen ability back, then there is a chance that he won’t be able to do the same level of Nen abilities as he used to do in his youth. He will get very old and tired. The reason for this is still unknown, but you can guess that it will also reduce his powers.
Does Gon get his arm back?
Yes, Gon gets his arm back. During his fight with Pitou, Gon has his left arm broken by Pitou’s En. It was restored later by Alluka after she got her wish to change bodies with him.
Gon also loses his Nen ability during the Chimera Ant arc when his close friend Killua runs away from the battle between Gon and the leader of the Chimera Ants, Meruem. There is a huge emotional toll from Killua running away and losing faith in him, leading to Gon losing control of his Nen ability.
Gon does regain his nen again after he trains for about two years on Whale Island, where he lived as a child and during that time had only relied on physical strength instead of Nen to protect himself from attacks by pito and snakes, as seen in episode 104 which was aired on October 10th in 2011 till Episode 113 where he has regained it which aired on November 27th, 2011.
The manga is a very long series. It has hundreds of chapters, so audiences sometimes get confused about what is happening in the series about their favorite character, such as Gon. We have explored whether Gon gets his Nen and Arm back in this post.