His catchphrase "I'll bite you to death!" when fighting his enemies. Vongola Style School Trip! Kyoya Hibari (雲雀 恭弥, Hibari Kyōya) is the leader of Namimori's Discipline Committee, or prefects, whose members happen to be a group of delinquents loyal to him despite his lack of care for them. Though he mostly speaks in a calm tone, Hibari is an excellent but violent fighter himself, who uses a pair of tonfa as his primary weapons. Though he uses his status to harass others, he actually has great pride in his school and has a soft side toward animals and small children. However, students are not the only ones who fear him, teachers and other town residents know of him as well since he enforces his form of order throughout the entire town. He prefers to be alone, usually beating up those who crowd near him. Despite caring little about the events surrounding Tsuna and his friends, Hibari takes a great interest in Reborn after seeing his abilities, which is reciprocated by Reborn, who wants to recruit him as part of Tsuna's own family. As shown several times in the series, he prefers to be alone and cares little for his subordinates.
39;s anthem, taught by Hibari, who loves it.
He loves Namimori more than anything, and will often say "I'll bite you to death," or "kamikorosu," to those that disturb Namimori Middle School. Hibari is very proud of his school and is apparently the only person who even likes their school's anthem, even using it as his ringtone. In the Kokuyo Arc, he adopts the Kokuyo Assassin Birds' bird. The bird (subsequently nicknamed "Hibird" due to its connection to Hibari) becomes attached to Hibari. Hibird can also sing the school's anthem, taught by Hibari, who loves it. Reborn piqued Hibari's curiosity in the mafia early on in the series and Hibari considers him a worthy opponent, having a strong urge to fight him. Hibari has short black hair, with a fringe that joins at the center of his face, and parts to the sides, leaving a short of, "M," shape. He has sharp, gray eyes, which he uses to intimidate those around him.
Hibari often wears his Discipline Committee uniform, which consists of a long-sleeved white shirt, black trousers, brown belt, black shoes (or indoor shoes), and black gakuran top worn on his shoulders, with the committee's armband pinned onto the left sleeve. Occasionally, Hibari also appears wearing his school uniform which consists of black trousers, a long-sleeved white shirt, a blue sweater-vest, and black shoes. He still pins his armband to his left sleeve. After completing the Vongola Ring of Cloud, he wears it on his right hand. After gaining the Vongola Bracelet of the Clouds Version X, he wears it on his left wrist, implying that he may be ambidextrous (though he prefers to write with his right hand). Future Hibari has changed to wearing a black suit, with a purple shirt and black necktie. His hair is also shorter, having been cut to appear more "messy," and with hardly any fringe. When not training or fighting, Future Hibari would wear a black kinagashi. As stated by others, Hibari greatly resembles the first generation Vongola Cloud Guardian, Alaude, as well as the Storm Arcobaleno, Fon.As stated by others, Hibari is a very scary character with no care for the well-being of others, preferring to do whatever it takes to get what he wants. This often leads to his opponents surprising him, as he doesn't think before attacking. As the head of Namimori Middle's Disciplinary Committee, Hibari uses authority to assault those that get on his nerves, including his own subordinates. He prefers to be alone, and hates crowdings. This leads him to beat anyone who he thinks is crowding around him too much.
He has full confidence in his own strength and power, and dislike to work together with anybody due to feeling bind and restrained, making him refuse or won't easily take suggestions from others into consideration. A rare trait about him is his love for small animals, ranging from birds to hedgehogs. He is also fiercely loyal to his school and its rules, going so far as to punish others for breaking them even if they aren't students or at the school, such as Genkishi. He is shown to dislike being indebt to anyone and strives to pay them back as soon as possible. He cannot stand being restrained and absolutely refuses to allow himself to be controlled. Also, earlier in the series he is also shown to have a soft spot for I-Pin, having accepted her Valentine's Day chocolates with a smile and not taking money from Tsuna at a festival upon seeing I-Pin worried. Future Hibari is shown to be more calm and observant about his opponents, and outwardly admits to hating illusionists because of his grudge towards Mukuro, the first person to have defeated him. His desire to be alone and attack people that annoy him still remains, though his actions are shown with more thought. Future Hibari is also seen being more respectful to Future Tsuna, showing that he has accepted him as his boss (as seen in one of the flashbacks of Irie Shoichi).
As of yet, Hibari is the only 10th generation Vongola guardian whose family is not revealed. It can be assumed at some point, that Hibari entered Namimori Junior High and became leader of the Discipline Committee. In the drama CD, "One Day Observation Report of Hibari Kyoya," Sasagawa Ryohei admits that Hibari had been Chairman of the Discipline Committee since he (Ryohei) first entered the school, implying that he either became the Chairman as soon as he entered Namimori Middle or that he is actually older (most assume it to be the latter). In chapter 45, Tsuna asks if Hibari is supposed to be graduated. Hibari replies that he can always picks whatever year he feels like, confusing Tsuna further. It is also believed that Hibari has not lost a single battle prior to meeting Mukuro for the first time. In the Hidden Bullet Novel, "Extreme Memories", it tells Ryohei's and Hibari's meeting during Ryohei's first week in Nami-Middle.
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Ryohei, at first, mistook him as an ordinary student while thinking that Kusakabe is the rumored Hibari, and always comes to the school rooftop to accompany him since he thought that he might be lonely and tries to befriend him, much to Hibari's annoyance. When Ryohei was beaten up right before the boxing tournament against Nobuyuki Middle School, Ryohei finally found out that Kusakabe is not the real Hibari when Hibari was present at the arena after he was asked by Kyoko to help them win the boxing match under one condition: after the tournament is over, Ryohei must never ask Hibari to join the boxing club, which Ryohei agreed, explaining why Ryohei never asked Hibari to join the boxing club despite Hibari's reputation and strength. In Reborn! Colore, it is revealed that Hibari lives in an enormous mansion with decoration structures similar to the future Foundation base. Yamamoto says that he had heard rumors of Hibari's parents are from prominent families, as in families with an extremely famous history (often descendents from warlords). He also admits that he isn't sure if the rumors are true.
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Hibari beat Tsuna, Gokudera, and Yamamoto up for using his office as their new base. Reborn saved them from him and as such Hibari gained interest in fighting him. Later, Dr. Shamal gave Hibari the sakura-kura virus so that Tsuna's Family could view the sakura in peace. Mukuro uses Hibari's Sakura weakness against him. Due to the attacks on students of Namimori Junior High, Hibari went to Kokuyo Land to fight the gang's leader. He was later defeated by Mukuro, who took advantage of his Sakura-kura disease. He was imprisoned but later freed by Gokudera. Hibari then defeated both Ken and Chikusa and was given the cure to his illness. He then fought Mukuro again, but fell unconscious due to his previous injuries. Mukuro later tried to possess Hibari's body, but stopped due to the severity of the wounds. Hibari was made the Vongola Cloud Guardian, but refused to be taught by Dino unless he could defeat him in battle. They fought in multiple environments so as to increase Hibari's fighting experience and so that he wouldn't see the damage done to the school. As a result, when Hibari reappeared after the Storm Match he was only calmed by the prospect of fighting Mukuro. Hibari beats the Gola Mosca. During the Cloud Ring Battle, he appeared to defeat the Gola Mosca robot and attempted to battle with Xanxus. However, Gola Mosca once again became active and injured Hibari.
During the Sky Ring Battle, he managed to resist the Death Heater venom but was injured while fighting Belphegor. He retired after rescuing Gokudera and Yamamoto. Future Hibari defeats Gamma. In the Future, Hibari searched for information concerning Box Weapons by starting The Foundation. He also worked together in secret with the future Tsuna and the Millefiore spy Irie Shoichi. Hibari later saved Gokudera and Yamamoto from Gamma. He agreed to train Tsuna, trapping him in his globe of Needles, resulting in a hallucinogenic state where Tsuna was granted his Inheritance. Hibari also helped Chrome draw out the power of her ring when her illusionary organs started to fail. Later, Hibari single handedly, defended the hideout against the Millefiore Raid (as instructed by Shouchi). After this, he infiltrated the Melone Base and fought Genkishi. The two were evenly matched, though Genkishi gained the advantage when Hibari had no more rings to spare. As he was about to land a finishing blow, Hibari was replaced by his Past self (a fact that his future self was also made aware of). After receiving help from the injured Guardians and Kusakabe, Hibari was able to separate the group from Genkishi when his Hedgehog Box Weapon expanded at great speed due to the strength of his Dying Will Flames. He was later (along with the other Vongola Guardians) given a Vongola Box Weapon. Hibari after fighting Reborn. During his trial of charisma, Skull paid Viper to trick Mukuro and Hibari into beating up Tsuna. However the two became more focused in battling one another. Eventually Tsuna was able to convince the two to stop, thus demonstrating his charisma and passing the trial.