Occupation: Thief, Phantom Troupe Member #11
Nen type: Enhancement
Abilities: Big Bang Impact: Fist of Destruction, Scream, Rock Storm
Uvogin was one of the members of the Phantom Troupe, an infamous gang of criminals with class A bounties. He is the strongest in terms of physical power in the group and the former #11 Troupe member.
Uvogin is a typical Enhancer: determined, head-strong, simple and sometimes disrespectful. He is barbaric in manner, viewing even pain merely as a nuisance. Like all members of the Phantom Troupe, Uvogin never hesitates to kill and is remorseless in doing so. He also enjoys killing people who want revenge. He is only interesting in physical training and winning fights. He particularly enjoyed to fight against skilled opponents, but typically rushes into battle without a plan. Although he prefers to fight alone, Uvogin becomes stronger when fighting with a partner because he fights better when there is someone else to protect. Uvogin is best friends with Nobunaga Hazama and the two bring out the best in each other during combat. Uvogin, like all of the other members of the Troupe, is absolutely loyal to Chrollo and the Spiders' ideals. He dislikes carrying money and claims he has absolutely no use for it as he firmly stands in his belief that one should steal whatever they desire. He only remembers people that he killed who gave him a tough impression. He is also very punctual and often argued with Nobunaga and Franklin about their tardiness.
Uvogin is one of the original members along with Feitan, Machi, Franklin, Nobunaga, Pakunoda and Chrollo are the first Troupe member that comes from Meteor City. It is a junkyard city inhabited by outcasts that refuse to be part of society. People who live there do not exist in any official records, and the existence of the city itself is known to very few people. It is also stated in the manga and anime that the original members of the Phantom Troupe had something to do with the bad blood between the Mafia and the Meteor born people of Junkyard City. The reason why the Troupe left the city is a mystery. Later, the group was joined by more members, in accordance with Chrollo's idea of a group comprising of exactly thirteen members, including himself.