Siper (スパー, Supā) was a participant in the 287th Hunter Exam and one of its few female contestants. She was examinee #80.[1]


Siper 2011 Design

Siper's 2011 anime adaptation design

Siper had long tied back hair and the tail end was bushy. She wore a vest with a long-sleeved shirt underneath it, plain pants, and square-shaped sunglasses.[1]


In the manga and 2011 anime, Siper had a tacit and stoic demeanor,[1] while in the 1999 anime adaptation, she had a bit more personality. She mentions preferring to shoot moving targets rather than stationary ones.[2] She also was confident in being able to take out Gittarackur with a single shot.[3]


Hunter Exam arc

Siper is one of the twenty four Hunter examinees to pass the Third Phase of the Hunter Exam,[4] and make it to the Fourth Phase on Zevil Island.[1] When she tries to snipe Gittarackur, he detects and kills her. Later Gittarackur gives her badge to Hisoka.[5]


Rifle: Siper's weapon of choice was a sniper rifle.[4]

Abilities & Powers

Siper was a capable contestant, having reached the Third Phase of the Hunter Exam before being killed by Illumi.[4] Since she passed the First Phase, she must have had above-average stamina. In both anime adaptations, Siper proved to be a capable marksman, and to be able to target Illumi without being discovered until she opened fire.[3][6]


  • Hunter Exam arc:
    • Siper vs. Great Stamp[7]
    • Siper vs. Illumi Zoldyck [as Gittarackur] (Zevil Island)[5]


  • Her name is most likely derived from the type of gun "sniper".

Anime and Manga Differences

  • While it is not seen how she was killed in the manga, the two anime adaptations give her more screen time:
    • In the 1999 anime, she was shown to be capable of firing the cannons of a warship.[2]
    • In the 1999 anime, Siper attempts to kill her target, Gittarackur, by sniping at him from a distance while he focuses on his own target, Goz. However, Goz takes the shot in the back and is mortally wounded. Gittarackur then kills her in retaliation for interfering with his battle.[3]
    • In the 2011 anime, Siper is seen taking aim at Gittarackur, but is quickly killed when Gittarackur throws one of his needles through her scope that goes directly into her head.[6]

Translations around the World

Language Name
The Arab world Flag Arabic سيبر (Sybr)
Brazil Flag Brazilian Portuguese Supar
China Flag Chinese 史跋 (Shǐ bá)
France Flag French Supar
Russia Flag Russian Супер (Super)


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Hunter × Hunter - Volume 3, Chapter 23
  2. 2.0 2.1 Hunter × Hunter - Episode 20 (1999)
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Hunter × Hunter - Episode 22 (1999)
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Hunter × Hunter - Volume 3, Chapter 22
  5. 5.0 5.1 Hunter × Hunter - Volume 3, Chapter 26
  6. 6.0 6.1 Hunter × Hunter - Episode 15 (2011)
  7. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 2, Chapter 10
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