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- Alliterative Name
- Big Brother Instinct: Towards Den.
- Book Dumb: Particularly when it comes to history; schoolwork isn't his strong suit, and it doesn't help that he often daydreams about adventures during classes.
- The Chains Of Command: Played for Laughs during a mission where Dante assigned him to be team leader while he did a solo mission. "Leadership feels like work; reservations, receipts, why haven't I ever seen Dante do this sort of thing?"
- Disappeared Dad: First season is all about looking for his Dad who disappeared on a mission. He's stuck in Huntik.
- Lady and Knight: Season 2 sees him become Sophie's White Knight as he's less focused on finding his dad and more focused on supporting and protecting her as she gets in touch with her noble Casterwill family roots. With the Will Blade and powerbounded Kipperin, he looks like a knight in armor, and he can only invoke Pendragon in her defense.
- The Lancer
- Ordinary High-School Student: Lok starts out this way, but it doesn't last long at all.
- Pretty Boy
- Took a Level in Badass
- Winged Humanoid: His method of using Kipperin is merging with it.
- A Child Shall Lead Them: Sophie becoming the leader to the Casterwill elders. Though she isn't a child, it is viewed this way because of her youth.
- Action Girl: Not just herself, but three of her titans as well (Sabriel, Sorcerel and Feyone).
- Fashionable Asymmetry: Most of her outfits have this.
- Jerkass: A minor case at first, gradually softening over time.
- Lady and Knight: Season 2 sees her maturing into a Bright Lady as she gets in touch with her noble Casterwill family roots. She always had the haughty demeanor but here she gains the compassion and regality of the trope. Lok even refers to her as a "Casterwill Princess" after she bounds with the Legendary Titan of Valor.
- Love Interest: To Lok, in full view during the Tao episode (though they've started being teased a dozen or so episodes before that).
- Parental Abandonment: Came with being a victim of arson, courtesy of Kiel.
- Precocious Crush: She develops a crush on Dante in Season 1, which Zhalia mocks her over.
- The Rival: To Zhalia, though it becomes a friendly rivalry in due time.
- The Smart Girl: Her intelligence is highlighted quite often.
- Zettai Ryouiki: One leg being grade C, the other grade B. See Fashionable Asymmetry.
- The Ace: He is the Huntik's foundation's #1 seeker.
- Awesome Mc Coolname: So awesome that most people tend to use his full name, particularly villains.
- Batman Gambit: Pulls one on Klaus in Season 1, Episode 16, in order to get the Spear of Vlad the Impaler.
- Big Brother Instinct: Towards Lok and Sophie.
- Big Brother Mentor: He is hired by Sophie to teach herself and Lok to be seekers but he soon takes a more personal interest in their development.
- The Leader: He is the official head of the seeker team that composes the main cast.
- Love Interests: Sophie develops a Precocious Crush on him, and Zhalia also develops feelings for him over the course of Season 1.
- Mr. Fanservice: See the entry on the show's main page.
- Power Copying: He learns the power known as "Copykind" copy his Titan's abilities. This comes in handy when he acquires a titan uses power weakens every time it uses its ability.
- Aloof Dark-Haired Girl: She's cold towards the others and is much more composed than Sophie.
- Ambiguously Brown: Zhalia's skin tone is more "Asian" than the Caucasian Lok, Sophie and Dante; closer to that of Tien Casterwill. She could be Chinese, Japanese, or any other such ethnicity. Her name, however, is decidedly not.
- "Moon" can actually be a Korean surname.
- Becoming the Mask: She was a deep-cover Organization operative who infiltrated the Huntik Foundation, but came to genuinely care about her teammates. This case of conflicting loyalties caught up with her, but she ultimately sides with the Foundation.
- Cool Big Sis: To Lok and Sophie eventually. Later to Harrison, who describes her as such.
- Conflicting Loyalty: Between Dante of the Huntik Foundation - her love interest, and Klaus of the Organization - her foster father.
- Dark Action Girl: She's aloof, brooding, and uses menacing Titans.
- Defrosting Ice Queen: She's initially cold and sarcastic, but she slowly reveals a softer side.
- Easily Forgiven: She reveals herself as a member of the Organization in Episode 17 and beats up Lok and Sophie, but ultimately sides with the Huntik Foundation against her foster father. After learning her life's story, she is forgiven for her betrayal by the others, but briefly leaves the team since she can't forgive herself. Metz decides to make her an official Foundation member when she comes back after that.
- Fake Defector: She joins the Bloodspiral Brotherhood in Season 2 to spy on them.
- High-Heel–Face Turn: She was originally a spy for the Organization, but fell in love with Dante and couldn't bring herself to go through with the order to kill him.
- Master of Illusion: In addition to Thoughtspectre, she knows quite a variety of spells that mess with opponents' heads.
- The Mole: Midway through Season One it's revealed she was a deep-cover Organization operative who infiltrated the Huntik Foundation.
- Not So Stoic: Even she's surprised at the girly laugh she gave off in response to Dante's snark, as were the others. Then of course, there was her [[breaking down crying when The Betrayer said Dante was no more (she was in disguise at the time).
- Parental Abandonment: She was abandoned by her birth parents and raised by Klaus, who brought her into the Organization.
- The Rival: To Sophie, though it becomes a friendly rivalry in due time.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: One of the very few characters with an unnatural hair color - flashbacks of her childhood reveals that yes, blue is her natural hair color.
- Breath Weapon: He can fire a powerful beam of energy that typically one-shots most Titans, but using it drains him, particularly early on.
- Really 700 Years Old: He was around during the time of Lord Casterwill, making him older than human history.
- Super Empowering: He can lend other Titans his energy for a power boost.
- The Smart Guy: He's been around since before human history, and is very knowledgeable. A lot of that knowledge is clouded with age, but he's still very wise.
- Token Nonhuman: He's a unique Titan in that he doesn't reside in an amulet, and can speak. Only one other known Titan can do the latter, in fact.
- Weak, but Skilled: Sure, his Breath Weapon is powerful as well as a little versatile, but he tends not to have many uses of it. Compared to that, he has the ability to vocally talk in human language (which only one other Titan can do); decipher/read many languages, including extremely old ones like Ancient Egyptian; has the ability to perfectly mimic voices; and has some skill at more mundane things like playing chess and playing the flute.
- Berserk Button: He can't stand bullies; justified from his upbringing at an orphanage with his brother, who typically targeted the latter. This heavily puts him at odds with the Blood Spirals, as you might expect.
- Big Brother Instinct: His Establishing Character Moment is beating the crap out of bullies picking on Harrison, and it doesn't let up from there, even when they're both put at odds with each other.
- Deadpan Snarker: Much like Sophie and Zhalia, but he seems to use it as more of a facade, rather than it being a natural part of his personality.
- Big Eater: Downplayed, but present; sometimes he asks for seconds or thirds, or even fourths.
- Determinator: He never stopped trying to get Harrison back, after the latter became drunk with the Blood Spiral's power.
- Big Bad: of Season 1
- Evil Old Folks
- Fat Bastard: Somewhere during his cursed years, he developed from a normal figure to this.
- No Name Given: Subverted. His real name is Simon Judeau.
- You Have Failed Me: Has very little patience with minions that fail him. However, he only gives this treatment to Defoe, who had recently failed multiple missions in a row and, after been given a lesser mission as punishment, violated his orders to pursue a private vendetta, costing the Organization multiple Titans (some of great power), one of which being the heavyweight he had recovered during his punishment mission.
- Arch-Enemy: Considers Dante to be his, though it's pretty much one sided.
- Neck Snap: Implied to be how Grier disposes of him.
- Starter Villain: He's the first antagonist the group faces.
- You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: After a string of failures at the hands of Dante's group, the Professor orders Grier to dispose of DeFoe.
- A Load of Bull: His titan Megataur.
- Anti-Villain: He serves the Organization but just because he thinks they can bring order, and therefore security to the world, including his homeland. And unlike the other members, he will always keep his word, even to enemies, and never displays sadistic tendencies - in fact, he doesn't stay a member of the Organization for long.
- Bears are Bad News: His titan Breaker, a huge multi-armed bear.
- Dark and Troubled Past: His father was the leader of his homeland until a civil war began. He died in his son's arms and this made Grier vow to bring order to his home by any means necessary.
- Friendly Enemy: In Season 2, if 'former enemy' anyway.
- Mook Promotion: After Defoe fails for the umpteenth time.
- Number Two: To Defoe, at first.
- Royals Who Actually Do Something: He's the crown prince of Sutos. And after handling Wilder, Grier's pretty much in charge of the Organization, now that he's gonna teach Wilder several lessons.
- Well-Intentioned Extremist: He was the prince of a small country torn by constant civil wars. He joined the Organization because he thought that it was a way to bring order to the world, and his nation by extension.
- Worthy Opponent: To Dante, who also considers him as such.
- Bald of Evil
- Mad Scientist
- Parental Substitute: He's Zhalia's adoptive father.
- Taken for Granite: His fate in Season 1. Zhalia later restores him back to normal in Season 2, at which point he's taken to jail.
- Torture Technician: We never see him torturing anybody, but a whole wing of his library is dedicated to torture chambers.
- Big Bad: Of most of Season 2.
- The Dragon: To the Professor. Later to the Betrayer.
- Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette
- Looks Like Cesare
- The Mole: He's actually a member of the Bloodspiral Brotherhood.
- The Starscream: To both the Professor and the Betrayer.
the Bloodspiral Brotherhood
- Big Bad: Of Season 2. Rassimov is the one giving the mot orders but the Betrayer is the true leader of the Bloodspirals. He even changed Nostradamus' prophecies so that Huntik could spark the signal for the Nullifiers.
- Big Bad Friend: He was Lord Casterwill's best friend until he allied with the Nullifiers.
- Death by Irony: The Betrayer, who back-stabbed his best friend and tends to attack from behind, has his weakness in his backs.
- Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": His true name is never revealed. He is remembered as the Betrayer for his actions.
- Our Liches Are Different
- The Voiceless: Aside from (rare) grunts and simple vocalizations, he never speaks once, making it difficult to discern his motives. This gives him an edge in battle however, since there's little warning of when/what spell he'll use, or invoke a Titan.
- Dark Chick
- Implied Love Interest: To Wind. It's not exactly clear how she regards him in return, aside from working together and tolerating his attempts to restrain her.