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The Heil-Ly Family (エイ=イ一家, Ei i Ikka) is one of the three largest Mafia families in the Kakin Empire. Fourth Prince Tserriednich Hui Guo Rou is one of their benefactors.[1] It counts 23 members, including its Boss, Morena Prudo.[2]

BackgroundEdit

At some point after joining the Heil-Ly family, Morena, at the time a junior member, staged a coup and became the new Boss. She then had her underlings kill each other until only 22 remained.[2]

PlotEdit

Succession Contest arcEdit

Members of the Heil-Ly Family boarded the Black Whale in order to secure territory on the New Continent.[1] Established on the third floor of the ship, their main source of income comes from mediating secret deals with the upper deck.[2] Supposedly, the Boss is a VIP on Tier 1 and the underlings are scheming to whittle down the numbers of the two rival families, Xi-Yu and Cha-R;[1] however, this seems to conflict with Morena's actions and orders. She in fact uses her Nen ability on 22 of her followers and orders them to wreak havoc on the ship, killing as many people as possible.[2]

Chap 379 - Luini and Cashew conspiracy

Luini and Cashew plan together

After murdering 20 people in Tier 3,[2] Luini uses his newly developed abilities to teleport to Tier 5 and pit the Phantom Troupe and the Cha-R Family against each other. He also infiltrates the rival family's hideout and tries to open the door leading to the upper tiers of the ship, unsuccessfully. His ruse is, however, discovered. Meanwhile, Cashew passes herself off as a witness of Luini's murders to test the investigative abilities of the police and the Hunter Association.[3]

Over the next few days, members of the Heil-Ly Family are suspected of killing 8 men of the Cha-R Family looking for Hisoka Morow and as many as 300 members of the Xi-Yu Family, with Luini being actively involved. Morena, in the meanwhile, cannot be found in her room in Tier 1 and not even during the searches in Tier 3. News of the situation reach Prince Tserriednich, who promises to intervene on the first occasion.[4]

MembersEdit

Heil-Ly Family
Boss Benefactor
Associates
Heil-Ly 1
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Heil-Ly 2
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Heil-Ly 3
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Heil-Ly 5
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Heil-Ly 6
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Heil-Ly 7
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Heil-Ly 8
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Heil-Ly 9
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Heil-Ly 4
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Heil-Ly 10
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Heil-Ly 12
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Heil-Ly 13
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Heil-Ly 14
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Heil-Ly 15
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Heil-Ly 16
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Heil-Ly 17
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Heil-Ly 18
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Heil-Ly 19
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Heil-Ly 20
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Heil-Ly 21
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TriviaEdit

  • Taken together, the katakana of the three Mafia families form "Shūeisha", the company responsible for the publication of Weekly Shōnen Jump and of Hunter × Hunter.
  • The crest bears a resemblance to the letter A, whose English reading mirrors the pronunciation of the first part of the family's name ("ei").

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Hunter × Hunter - Volume 36, Chapter 371
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Hunter × Hunter - Volume 36, Chapter 378
  3. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 36, Chapter 379
  4. Hunter × Hunter, Chapter 384

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