They then go home in a taxi, with Masaru going home after Kurono and Kishimoto.During his third mission, the Buddha Temple mission, the final boss kills him.
After the falling out Kato begins to doubt himself, but becomes convinced once again after he nearly lets a family be killed by not acting.
He then meets Yamasaki Anzu, a female member of the Osaka team and learns more about the Osaka team and the rare 100-point alien.
He wears clothes in a stripped-down style Kato is known by the entire Gantz team for his altruism and gentleness, using force only when necessary (also known as a gentle giant according to Kishimoto).
Throughout the series he is constantly looking for a second way to end the game instead of simply killing the aliens and always trying to find a way for all players to come back alive.
He, along with Kishimoto, Hojo, Sadayo, Sei and other Gantz replacements, die in this mission, leaving only Kurono alive. At the end of chapter 237, in the preview for Phase 2, Kato states that he will revive Kurono from his death, no matter how long it takes.
On his first mission since his revival, he and the rest of the team end up in Osaka instead of Tokyo and meet up with the Osaka Gantz team.The alien then starts chasing him and knocks him down a hill, but before he can go after him, Kurono shows up and gets it to chase him.Masaru then waking up at the bottom of the hill makes his way back towards where he was only to see Kurono jump away from the alien which chases him down, luckily right before it can kill Kurono, Masaru gets his arms around it in a headlock, the alien responds by shredding his arm and breaking his wrist to get loose and smash him to the ground.Masaru originally tries to stay with Kurono and Kishimoto (the girl who appeared on top of him), but he goes of to try and protect the child alien, but he finds himself helpless to prevent its death.The father then shows up and proceeds to make short work of the other four people there before facing down Masaru who tries to reason with it and apologize to it, to no avail.JAMAJAMA Network Open JAMA Cardiology JAMA Dermatology JAMA Facial Plastic Surgery JAMA Internal Medicine JAMA Neurology JAMA Oncology JAMA Ophthalmology JAMA Otolaryngology–Head & Neck Surgery JAMA Pediatrics JAMA Psychiatry JAMA Surgery Archives of Neurology & Psychiatry (1919-1959) Multiple sclerosis cases were defined as an incident diagnosis of multiple sclerosis (International Statistical Classification of Diseases, Tenth Revision [ICD-10] code G35) during follow-up. The new Swedish Prescribed Drug Register—opportunities for pharmacoepidemiological research and experience from the first six months [published correction appears in Pharmacoepidemiol Drug Saf.