Ogyu (オーギュ, Ōgyu), is a game-only character from some of the Hunter × Hunter video games and a Professional Card Hunter that is considered to be one of the main characters in most of the games he was in.
Ogyu has spiky blond colored hair and red eyes, while dresses in a motorcycle race suit and carries a stick that has a figurine of himself attached to one end.
Ogyu can be hot-tempered and impulsive towards people who cross him but is able to cool off if said people apologize or prove themselves to not be an adversary of his.
Phantom of Greed IslandEdit
Altar of Dragon VeinEdit
Ogyu appears in the post-game seeking the 5 Goddess Advent Cards. He manages to collect 4 of the 5, however, Zegin Highline and his group steals them from him. So after a confrontation with Gon and Killua he joins them and seeks out the cards stolen from him as well as the last remaining card he has yet to achieve.
When they manage to collect all of the cards they realize that one of them was the one Ogyu did not manage to collect so they seek out the final card that leads to a confrontation with the once thought deceased Amane who fulfills his goal of using Zegin's unconscious body for his own use. Amane and the manipulated corpse of Zegin fight the Hunter group and die.
Now in possession of all of the 5 Goddess Advent Cards collected, Ogyu summons the Goddess from the cards and has his wish fulfilled. With that done with Ogyu goes off on another adventure but not before giving a ride to Romaria to the Midonite Government Environment Protection Bureau.
Abilities & PowersEdit
- His name is an anagram of "Yu-Gi-Oh", a famous Japanese manga and its main character.
- Much like the names of other Hunter × Hunter characters that appear written in an alternative way in some places (e.g. Hisoka's name as "Hyskoa"), his name is "Ohgyu" on a card that comes with Hunter × Hunter: Altar of Dragon Vein.
- According to Hunter's Genealogy Game Guide Book, Ogyu was drawn by Yoshihiro Togashi for the game.
Intertextuality and ReferencesEdit
Translations around the WorldEdit
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 Hunter × Hunter: Altar of Dragon Vein
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Hunter × Hunter: Hunter's Genealogy
- ↑ Hunter × Hunter: Phantom of Greed Island
- ↑ Hunter × Hunter: Forbidden Treasures
- ↑ Hunter × Hunter - Volume 13, Chapter 121