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The Hunter Association (ハンター()(きょう)(かい)()()()()()()()[1] or (ハンター)(きょう)(かい)()()()()()()(),[2] Hantā Kyōkai) is a non-governmental organization[3] responsible for the testing and licensing of "Hunters" (ハンター, Hantā), individuals who have proven themselves through the rigorous exam to be elite members of humanity. With the passing of the Hunter Exam, an applicant is rewarded with a license to go almost anywhere in the world and do almost anything, thus declaring them Hunters. Typically, Hunters devote themselves to tracking down priceless items, mystical places, and the unseen wonders of the world.

By the time the 13th Hunter Chairman Elections ended, the association tallied 635 members,[4] having lost as many as 26 Hunters since the first round.[5] After the 289th Hunter Exam, the number rose to at least 785 due to the inclusion of 150 Provisional Hunters with limited licenses for the Dark Continent voyage on top of the regular examinees.[6][note 1]

The Profession[]

A Hunter's job is not only that of looking for treasures and hunting animals. True Hunters dedicate themselves to the protection of knowledge, people, and nature. They must preserve culturally precious items or species of animals and plants they are able to discover. Furthermore, they must also arrest criminals and in rare cases even fellow Hunters who have committed heinous crimes.[7] A "hunt" (活動(ハント), hanto)[8] can range from a task commissioned by a client to one ordered by the higher-ups of the organization, to a quest a Hunter goes on of their own volition.

Goods and Properties[]


  • Airships: The Hunter Association owns and operates an assortment of blimps. The uses vary from the transportation of people[1][9][10] or goods.[11]


  • Phone Company: A company used to operate the Q software.[12]


  • Hunter Association Building: The headquarters of the association.
  • NGL: Former country and now a nature reserve, it was placed under the jurisdiction of the association after the Chimera Ant incident.[13]

Perks and Communications[]

Hunter License[]


Hunter License

A Hunter License is a type of card given exclusively to Hunters after they pass the Hunter Exam, which proves the status of the owner and has multiple benefits. It provides free access to most of the public services and permission to go almost anywhere in the world without a visa. It also grants the ability to kill without facing major legal consequences, although there are exceptions. A Hunter License also grants access to guarded information as well as being an easy way to get jobs. Furthermore, there are collectors willing to buy it for a fortune that would sustain a Hunter's family for generations.[14]

Hunter Website[]

By typing the correct URL, inserting the code of one's license, and swiping it into any computer, a Hunter is able to access Hunters' Tavern. On this Hunter-only website, all manners of information unretrievable through other means can be purchased.[15][16]


By sending a 9-digit code to a phone company owned by the Hunter Association, a Hunter can send and receive messages via Q, a software that leaves no logs or call history and that cannot be detected by regular wiretapping systems.[12]

Hunter Code[]

Hunters have a simple code to transmit secret messages to each other.[2]

Hunter Bylaws[]

  1. Hunters must always be on the hunt for something.
  2. Hunters must have a minimum understanding of martial arts. This includes learning Nen.[17]
  3. Once a Hunter is licensed, that license cannot be revoked for whatever reason. However, a license will not be reissued for whatever reason.
  4. Hunters shall not target other Hunters unless they have committed heinous crimes.
  5. One star is given to a Hunter who produces remarkable achievements in a particular field.
  6. Two stars are given to a Hunter who fulfills five articles, holds an official position and has mentored a junior Hunter who is awarded a star.
  7. Three stars are given to a Hunter who fulfills the six articles and produces remarkable accomplishments in multiple fields.
  8. The Chief Executive of the Hunter Association must earn the confidence of a majority of his colleagues. When the position of chairman is vacated, the vote to elect the next chairman must be conducted at once and deputy power is given to the Vice-Chairman in the meantime.
  9. The authority to decide on a method to select new members is given to the chairman. However, to significantly change existing methods requires the confidence of a majority of colleagues.
  10. Any matter not mentioned here will be decided in a cabinet consisting of the chairman, vice-chairman and staff advisors. The Chairman has the authority to select the Vice-Chairman and staff.[17]


  • So far only the V6 is known to have hired the association itself and not simply Hunters.

Positions and Ranks[]


The Chairman, also known as Chief Executive, is the leader of the Hunter Association. He or she has the most power and authority within the organization. Chairmen have been seen communicating directly with the heads of the V5[19] and the International Permit Agency.[20]

Vice Chairman[]

The Vice Chairman is the second highest-ranking individual in the Hunter Association, exceeding even the staff advisors.[22] He or she is appointed directly by the Chairman, as per the 8th article. Should the position of Chairman be vacated, the Vice Chairman gains deputy power until the conclusion of the election.[17]

  • Pariston Hill (former)[4]
  • Cheadle Yorkshire (former)[4]

Staff Advisor[]

Advisors assist the Chairman and Vice Chairman in matters not explicitly detailed in the Hunter Bylaws, and are appointed by the former.[17] The Chairman can invest them with additional powers, such as tasking them with the organization of the chairman election. Under Chief Executive Isaac Netero, the advisors were 11 and, together with the Vice Chairman, made up an informal group known as "The Zodiacs".[22]

Managing Bodies[]

Exam Commission[]

See also: Examiner (Category)

The Exam Commission is tasked with the organization and management of the Hunter Exam.[1] The examiners are nominated by a board every year and supervise a trial without pay.[24] By the 9th article, the Chairman is also the Head of the Exam Commission and has the authority to decide on a method to select new members.[17] However, examiners are largely free to choose the content of their trial, as long as they satisfy agreed-upon criteria.[1]

Review Board[]

The Review Board is a commission that assigns jobs to specific Hunters. Not even the Chairman is powerful enough to defy their decisions. Should a government or private business enlist the Hunter Association's help, and should that job receive many applications, the Review Board is tasked with assigning it going off skill and aptitude.[25]

Election Task Force[]

A group of Hunters who supervise the election of the Chairman, defining its structure and serving as poll-watchers.[5] They are appointed by the previous Chairman.[26] The Task Force is led by a Chief Executive, who is tasked with vote counting.[5]

Disciplinary Committee[]

The exact activities of this body are unknown. If its name is any indication, it may be responsible for ensuring members of the association respect the bylaws.

Star System[]

Stars reflect the contributions of a Hunter to the association and society in one or more areas.[17]

1 Star[]

One Star ((ほし)()(ひと)()()()()()()(), Hoshi ga Hitotsu) is given to Hunters who have produced remarkable achievements in a particular field; they can be promoted to the status of[17] Single-Star Hunter (一ツ星(シングル)ハンター()()()()()()()()(), Shinguru Hantā)[28] or Single [Hunter] (シングルハンター, Shinguru Hantā).[27]

2 Stars[]

Two Stars ((ほし)()(ふた)()()()()()()(), Hoshi ga Futatsu) are given to Hunters who fulfill the first 5 articles of the Hunter Bylaws, who hold an official position, and who have mentored at least one junior student who has received one star; they can be promoted to the status of[17] Double-Star Hunter (二ツ星(ダブル)ハンター()()()()()()()()(), Daburu Hantā)[30] or Double [Hunter] (ダブルハンター, Daburu Hantā).[27]

3 Stars[]

Three Stars ((ほし)()(みっ)()()()()()()(), Hoshi ga Mittsu) are given to Hunters who fulfill the first 6 articles of the Hunter Bylaws and who have produced remarkable achievements in multiple fields; they can be promoted to the status of[17] Triple-Star Hunter (三ツ星(トリプル)ハンター()()()()()()()()(), Toripuru Hantā)[8] or Triple [Hunter] (トリプルハンター, Toripuru Hantā).[27] This is the rarest and most difficult rank to obtain, and it is considered a great honor. Out of the over 600 Hunters in the Hunter Association, the number of Triple-Star Hunters is only about 10.[8][31]

Becoming a Hunter[]

To become a Professional Hunter, two requirements have to be fulfilled: passing the Hunter Exam as well as the Secret Hunter Exam. It has been implied that the rules do not bar non-human candidates (presumably beings with a comparable level of intelligence) from taking the Hunter Exam, and thus from becoming Hunters.[17][32]

Hunter Exam[]

Finding the Exam[]

The Hunter Exam takes place annually in the second week of January. All applicants are held in equal consideration. Reaching the area in which the Hunter Exam is held is an extremely difficult challenge because there are too many applicants each year for the Proctors to see them all. To reduce the number of applicants, the Hunter Association hires judges (like the Captain) to pick out the best candidates to proceed to the area where the Hunter Exam is held. If an applicant is deemed unworthy by one of these judges, they will be turned away even if they make it to the exam site.

Once this area has been reached, candidates have to make their way to the Hunter Exam site. However, no applicant knows when or where the Hunter Exam will be held and it is impossible to find without a Navigator. All candidates must find a Navigator to take them to the exam, but to do this they must pass a series of tests and traps. In fact, the Navigators themselves will set up a test for the candidates to see if they are good enough to take the Hunter Exam. If such a test is passed, the Navigators will take the applicants to the floor of the first phase.

The Hunter Exam[]

The Hunter Exam is organized in a varying amount of phases, with each phase being designed to test the candidates' skills and potential—they are also used to reduce the number of candidates. There are usually 4 to 6 phases required to complete the Hunter Exam. In the Nippon Animation adaptation of the anime, bonus stages are added to further test the candidates. The content of each phase changes every year so as not to give an advantage to returning applicants, the Proctors change each year as well; Proctors decide what the phases will test. Chairman Netero oversees the exam and settles disputes between Proctors when necessary.

Known Hunter Exams[]

267th Hunter Exam

Passed by:

287th Hunter Exam

Passed by:

HxH2011 EP21 287th Hunter Exam Approved Applicants

Seven new Hunters

288th Hunter Exam

Passed by:

Chap 348 - Tserriednich's provisional hunters

Passers of the 289th Hunter Exam

289th Hunter Exam

Passed by:

The Secret Hunter Exam[]

Although the formal exam annually occurs during the first week in January, there is a second, unstated part of the Hunter Exam that requires every Pro Hunter to go out into the world and accomplish: learning the basic principles of Nen. One only "officially" becomes a professional Hunter after passing the exam; a Hunter is only considered as such by his peers when he learns how to use Nen. It doesn't matter how long it takes, but one will be unable to take on most Hunter jobs without learning the skill—Nen is seen as the minimum required martial skill to become a Hunter. To meet this requirement, a Hunter must either find a teacher and learn in secrecy (because doing so in public augments the risk of people with ill intent learning a potentially dangerous skill) or through a method known as Initiation. However, some already have knowledge of Nen before entering the exam and are thus instantly "qualified" if they pass it. It is known so far that all Hunters find a way to start their training shortly after the exam; therefore, the difficulty of this requirement is reduced mostly to one's own adaptability to learn Nen.

Types of Hunters[]

Professional Hunters generally have a field of specialization.

     Alive/Active     Deceased     Former     Unknown Status, or Non-Canon


A Hunter who lacks an area of specialization is classified as "Rookie" (ルーキー, Rūkī).[23]


Beast Hunters[]

Beast Hunter (ビーストハンター, Bīsuto Hantā)[33] is a type of Hunter who specializes in fauna. There are two other known types of Hunter that could possibly be considered subcategories of Beast Hunter:

  • the Hunter of Fantastic Beasts[note 4] ((げん)(じゅう)ハンター()()()()()()()(), Genjū Hantā—lit. "Phantom Beast Hunter") who specifically searches the world for scientifically undocumented animals;[30]
  • and the Unidentified Beast Hunter (UMA(ユーマ)ハンター()()()()()()()()(), Yūma Hantā—original name probably meaning "UMA (Unidentified Mysterious Animal)* Hunter")[34] whose field of activity is related to cryptids, creatures like animals, and even plants, with questioned existence thought to be extinct or not to exist (e.g. many of the mythical, folkloric, paranormal, and supernatural "entities").[inference 🖱]
Beast Hunters
Beast Hunter Hunter of Fantastic Beasts Unidentified Beast Hunter

Blacklist Hunters[]

Blacklist Hunter (賞金首(ブラックリスト)ハンター()()()()()()()()(), Burakkurisuto Hantā—base kanji lit. meaning "Bounty Hunter" as also called in the Viz translation) is a type of Hunter whose skills are dedicated to tracking down dangerous and wanted criminals.

Blacklist Hunters

Botanical Hunters[]

Botanical Hunter (プラントハンター, Puranto Hantā—lit. "Plant Hunter") is a type of Hunter with great knowledge about plants, that also searches for and collects them.[23]

Botanical Hunters

Card Hunters[]

Card Hunter (カードハンター, Kādo Hantā) is a type of Hunter who searches for rare cards around the world.[35]

Card Hunters

Crime Hunters[]

Crime Hunter (クライムハンター, Kuraimu Hantā)[27] is a type of Hunter who tries to solve mysterious cases in the crime world.[inference 🖱]

Crime Hunters

Cute Hunters[]

Cute Hunter[note 5] (かわ()()ハンター()()()()()()()(), Kawa Bi Hantā)[27] is a type of Hunter whose main goal is to maintain the beauty of people and make them look younger despite their age.[inference 🖱]

Cute Hunters

Disease/Virus Hunters[]

Disease Hunter ((なん)(びょう)ハンター()()()()()()()(), Nanbyō Hantā—lit. "Intractable/Incurable Disease Hunter")[23] and Virus Hunter (ウイルスハンター, Uirusu Hantā)[27] are types of Hunters who tries to find new elements to cure immedicable diseases.[inference 🖱]

Disease/Virus Hunters
Disease Hunter Virus Hunter

Gourmet Hunters[]

Gourmet Hunter (グルメハンター, Gurume Hantā;[27] or ()(しょく)ハンター()()()()()()()(), Bishoku Hantā—lit. "Gastronomy Hunter") is a type of Hunter whose goals are: to travel the world in search of rare cuisine/exotic foodstuffs[36] and to find and collect rare ingredients customarily obtainable only in remote, inhospitable places.[1] Hunters of this type are great connoisseurs of culinary culture, including related techniques,[36][28][1] and usually have well-developed and/or demanding palates in conjunction with a voracious appetite, especially for new dining experiences. Often being prominent world-class chefs, they focus on creating new delicacies and dishes that reflect their own artistry and sophistication;[36][28] bringing to life the flavors of the hardly acquirable ingredients that they have obtained, by using new and creative styles of cooking recipes.[inference 🖱]

Secondarily, they are frequently called on to chase and capture poachers.[1]

Gourmet Hunters

Hacker Hunters[]

Hacker Hunter (ハッカーハンター, Hakkā Hantā)[27] is a type of Hunter who have vast knowledge of computers and specialize in working with the Internet[inference 🖱] and dealing with cyber crimes.[37]

Hacker Hunters

Head Hunters[]

Head Hunter[note 6] (ヘッドハンター, Heddo Hantā)[27] is a type of Hunter who specialize in discovering and cultivating new talents.[inference 🖱]

Head Hunters

Jackpot Hunters[]

Jackpot Hunter (懸賞金(マネー)ハンター()()()()()()()()(), Manē Hantā—lit. "Money Hunter"; base kanji meaning "Prize Money Hunter") is a type of Hunter who has only one goal: earning money,[29] so they find rich people and make deals/contracts with them.[inference 🖱]

Jackpot Hunters

Lost Hunters[]

Lost Hunter (ロストハンター, Rosuto Hantā) is a type of Hunter who specializes in seeking those from whom contact has been lost.[27]

Lost Hunters

Music Hunters[]

Music Hunter (ミュージックハンター, Myūjikku Hantā) is a type of Hunter who devotes their skills to the pursuit of rare musical pieces and perhaps even recondite musical instruments and voice talents to go along.[38]

Music Hunters

Paleograph Hunters[]

Paleograph Hunter (()(もん)(じょ)ハンター()()()()()()(), Komonjo Hantā—lit. "Ancient Document Hunter") is a type of Hunter who specializes in learning and translating ancient and lost languages.[23]

Paleograph Hunters

Poacher Hunters[]

Poacher Hunter ((みつ)(りょう)ハンター()()()()()()()(), Mitsuryō Hantā)[23] is a type of Hunter dedicated to the study of animals and protecting them from poachers.[inference 🖱]

Poacher Hunters

Poison Hunters[]

Poison Hunter (ポイズンハンター, Poizun Hantā)[23] is a type of Hunter specialized in various poisons and their pharmaceutical usage.[inference 🖱]

Poison Hunters
Gel HCE Portrait

Problem Hunters[]

Problem Hunter[note 7] (()(なや)みハンター()()()()()()()(), O Nayami Hantā):[27] Specifics Unknown.

Problem Hunters

Provisional Hunters[]

Provisional Hunters ((りん)()()準協会員(ハンター)()()()()()(), Rinji no Hantā—lit. "Temporary Hunter"; base kanji meaning "Temporary Associate Member") are the Kakin guards who passed Kurapika's screening during the 289th Hunter Exam. There are about 150. They were recruited as temporary support personnel so the Hunter Association could gain more allies in preparation for the expedition to the Dark Continent. The second Hunter Bylaw was modified so they could be admitted even if they could not use Nen. However, their licenses will expire after the voyage.[6]

Provisional Hunters
Tserriednich's Provisional Hunter 5 DCE Portrait

Ruins Hunters[]

Ruins Hunter[note 8] (()(せき)ハンター()()()()()()()(), Iseki Hantā)[27] is a type of Hunter dedicated to uncovering, restoring, and preserving ruins in order to "revive" ancient societies.[39]

Ruins Hunters

Sea Hunters[]

Sea Hunter (シーハンター, Shī Hantā)[27] is a type of Hunter who operates in seas looking either for animals or treasures.[inference 🖱]

Sea Hunters

Temp Hunters[]

Temp Hunter ((きょう)(せん)のハンター()()()()()()()(), Kyōsen no Hantā) is a type of Hunter with governmental jobs subcontracted to them from the Hunter Association. Depending on the difficulty of the job and risks involved, they are guaranteed a standard fee for a job taken. Some Hunters choose to make this their career and are consequently ridiculed by professional Hunters for doing so.[25] There are approximately 200 Temp Hunters.[20]

Temp Hunters
Temp Hunter 7 DCE Portrait
Temp Hunter 8 DCE Portrait
Temp Hunter 9 DCE Portrait

Terrorist Hunters[]

Terrorist Hunter (テロリストハンター, Terorisuto Hantā)[23] is a type of Hunter specialized in tracking down terrorists and preventing terrorist attacks.[inference 🖱]

Terrorist Hunters

Treasure Hunters[]

Treasure Hunter (トレジャーハンター, Torejā Hantā)[23] is a type of Hunter who scour the world in search of rare and valuable items.[inference 🖱] A Stone Hunter[note 9] (ストーンハンター, Sutōn Hantā)[27] could possibly be considered a subtype whose quest is for precious stones and gems or related specific jewelry.[40]

Treasure Hunters
Stone Hunter Treasure Hunter

Unclassified/Unknown Type Hunters[]

Unclassified/Unknown Type Hunters
Jed TLM Portrait

Non-Hunter Associates and Others[]

Non-Hunter Associates & Others
Pre-examiner Pre-examiner Pre-examiner Pre-examiner Pre-examiner
Navigator(s) Other


  • Of the 100 richest people in the world, 60 are Hunters.[7]
  • It is unknown if D (Dino) Hunter, the eponymous protagonist of a book narrating the adventures of a hunter,[41] is one of the specializations available to and/or used by pro Hunters or if that is merely the character's name; although "dino" almost certainly is the shortening of "dinosaur", suggesting a possible Beast Hunter subtype, the hypothetical "Dinosaur Hunter".
  • Although not canonical, Zegin Highline is the only known Hunter to have been expelled from the association.[35]
  • Despite Meteor City resident Shalnark being a Hunter, the Mafia was unable to find any record of his having ever existed on the International Human Databank after discovering his fake corpse.[42] This may imply that the Hunter Association does not make or keep publicly accessible records of its Hunters.

Translations around the World[]

Language Name
The Arab world Flag Arabic جمعيّة الصّيّادين (Jameiat As-syadyn)
Brazil Flag Brazilian Portuguese Associação dos Caçadores
France Flag French Association Hunter
Germany Flag German Hunterverband
Indonesia Flag Indonesian Asosiasi Hunter
Poland Flag Polish Stowarzyszenie Łowców
Spain Flag Spanish Asociación de Cazadores


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 Hunter × Hunter - Volume 2, Chapter 12
  2. 2.0 2.1 Hunter × Hunter, Chapter 383
  3. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 33, Chapter 341
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 Hunter × Hunter - Volume 32, Chapter 335
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 Hunter × Hunter - Volume 30, Chapter 320
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 Hunter × Hunter - Volume 34, Chapter 358
  7. 7.0 7.1 Hunter × Hunter - Volume 1, Chapter 5
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 Hunter × Hunter - Volume 1, Chapter 7
  9. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 2, Chapter 13
  10. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 4, Chapter 32
  11. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 32, Chapter 331
  12. 12.0 12.1 Hunter × Hunter - Volume 33, Chapter 350
  13. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 30, Chapter 318 (page 14 & 15)
  14. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 5, Chapter 37
  15. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 8, Chapter 69
  16. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 8, Chapter 70
  17. 17.0 17.1 17.2 17.3 17.4 17.5 17.6 17.7 17.8 17.9 Hunter × Hunter - Volume 32, Chapter 331
  18. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 33, Chapter 348
  19. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 27, Chapter 288
  20. 20.0 20.1 Hunter × Hunter - Volume 33, Chapter 345
  21. 21.0 21.1 21.2 Hunter × Hunter - Volume 32, Chapter 340
  22. 22.00 22.01 22.02 22.03 22.04 22.05 22.06 22.07 22.08 22.09 22.10 Hunter × Hunter - Volume 30, Chapter 319
  23. 23.0 23.1 23.2 23.3 23.4 23.5 23.6 23.7 23.8 23.9 Hunter × Hunter - Volume 33, Chapter 346
  24. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 1, Chapter 8
  25. 25.0 25.1 Hunter × Hunter - Volume 22, Chapter 234
  26. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 30, Chapter 328
  27. 27.00 27.01 27.02 27.03 27.04 27.05 27.06 27.07 27.08 27.09 27.10 27.11 27.12 27.13 27.14 27.15 27.16 27.17 27.18 27.19 27.20 27.21 27.22 27.23 27.24 27.25 27.26 27.27 27.28 Hunter × Hunter - Volume 31, Chapter 326
  28. 28.0 28.1 28.2 28.3 Hunter × Hunter - Volume 2, Chapter 11
  29. 29.0 29.1 Hunter × Hunter - Volume 13, Chapter 125
  30. 30.0 30.1 30.2 Hunter × Hunter - Volume 5, Chapter 38
  31. Hunter × Hunter Hunter Association Official Issue: Hunter's Guide; Character & World Official Databook (pg. 65)
  32. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 33, Chapter 343
  33. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 20, Chapter 201
  34. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 20, Chapter 205
  35. 35.0 35.1 Hunter × Hunter: Altar of Dragon Vein
  36. 36.0 36.1 36.2 Hunter × Hunter - Volume 2, Chapter 10
  37. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 8, Chapter 69
  38. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 8, Chapter 73
  39. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 4, Chapter 35
  40. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 14, Chapter 138
  41. Hunter × Hunter Special, Kurapika's Memories Part 1
  42. Hunter × Hunter - Volume 11, Chapter 102


  1. Right after the events of the Chimera Ant arc, the Hunter Association counted exactly 661 members (Chapter 320). If the three Hunters who lost their lives during that period—Pokkle, Kite, and Isaac Netero—are added to the count, it follows that the association had at least 664 members after the 288th Hunter Exam, 663 after the 287th, and 656 after the 286th.
  2. The exact text of the clause attached to the second article of the Hunter Bylaws was never shown, it was only described in a fragmented way; therefore, the wording of the clause written on this article page does not accurately represent the actual one.
  3. Ging Freecss has the necessary achievements to fulfill the requirements to be a Triple-Star Hunter but he didn't apply for the classification.[8]
  4. The "Hunter of Fantastic Beasts" is known as "Exotic Game Hunter" in the Crunchyroll's translation of the 2011 anime adaptation (as seen in Episode 21).
  5. The "Cute Hunter" is known as "Cutiful Hunter" in the Crunchyroll's translation of the 2011 anime adaptation (as seen in Episode 141).
  6. "Head Hunter" is spelled as "Headhunter" in the Crunchyroll's translation of the 2011 anime adaptation (as seen in Episode 141).
  7. The "Problem Hunter" is known as "Counseling Hunter" in the Crunchyroll's translation of the 2011 anime adaptation (as seen in Episode 141).
  8. The "Ruins Hunter" is known as "Archaeological Hunter" in the Crunchyroll's translation of the 2011 anime adaptation (as seen in Episode 141).
  9. The "Stone Hunter" is known as "Gemstone Hunter" in the Crunchyroll's translation of the 2011 anime adaptation (as seen in Episode 141).