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Lok Lambert

Voiced by: Alessio Nisslolion (Italian), Yuri Lowenthal (English Season 1), Drew Aaron (English Season 2)

An Ordinary High-School Student who wa dragged into the life of Seekers when the Organization attacked him in order to get his father diary, and decided to become a Seeker and join the Huntik Foundation in order to learn more about his father and his whereabouts. Despite his lack of knowledge of Titans and magic, he quickly becomes a strong and reliable Seeeker

  • Alliterative Name: Lok Lambert
  • Big Brother Instinct: Despite how much he respects Dante, he gets mad at his leader for Simple-minding his sister to keep a Huntik mission secret.
  • Big Brother Mentor: Since he's a veteran by the time Den comes around, he shows the younger kid the ropes of Huntik.
  • 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; tickets, 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: He is a foil to Dante, The Leader, because he is younger, less experienced, and less money focused. He is also the guy Dante puts in charge when he himself is absent.
  • Olympus Mons: Bonds with Tao, Legendary Titan of the Spirit in Season 1. In Season 2, he bonds with Pendragon, the Legendary Titan of Champions, and Quetzacoalt, Legendary Titan of Summons.
  • Ordinary High-School Student: He was living the peaceful life of a student before his dad's journal pulled him into the adventurous world of Huntik.
  • Signature Mon: Kipperin is the first Titan he gets and is among the ones he uses the most, albeit mostly for non-combat roles. Freelancer was at first his go-to Titan for fighting, but was Out of Focus when Lok found Baselaird. Fittingly, Kipperin and Baselaird were the first two Titans Lok Powerbonded with.
  • Took a Level in Badass: He starts out without Huntik powers and has difficulty summoning titans. By season 2, he uses the former easily and can summon legendary titans.
  • Winged Humanoid: His method of using Kipperin is merging with it.

Sophie Casterwill

Voiced by: Perla Liberatori (Italian), Rebecca Soler (English)

A member of the Casterwill family. A young, intelligent girl and a powerful Seeker.

  • 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).
  • Cast From Life Span: Soul-Burn enables her to summon the same titan repeatedly and increase her immediate store of magic in exchange for shortening her life.
  • Clingy Jealous Girl: She is unusually snippy at Scarlet due to her history with Lok (his former babysitter).
  • Deadpan Snarker: Often react with sarcasm whenever Lok does or says something stupid.
  • Fashionable Asymmetry: Most of her outfits are stylized so one half looks different than the others.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She initially came off as a haughty rich girl but she also helps Lok escape from Organization suits before she's formally met him, showing that she's heroic underneath it.
  • 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).
  • Olympus Mons: In Season 2, she bonds with Miyhras, Legendary Titan of Valor, which she later passes onto Vivianne. She also bonds with Phoenix, the Legendary Titan of Rebirth.
  • Parental Abandonment: Came with being a victim of arson, courtesy of Kiel.
  • Precocious Crush: She develops a crush on Dante (whose old enough to be her father) in Season 1, which Zhalia mocks her over.
  • The Rival: Argues with and competes with Zhalia, though it becomes a friendly rivalry in due time.
  • Signature Mon: Sabriel is the Titan she most consistently uses, to the point that she didn't realize she Powerbonded with Sabriel after her amulet was destroyed, allowing Sophie herself to become Sabriel's new "amulet".
  • The Smart Girl: Her intelligence is highlighted quite often in the main Huntik team.
  • Soul Jar: Season 2 reveals that she has effectively become Sabriel's new amulet.

Dante Vale

Voiced by: Patrizio Prata (Italian), Marc Thompson (English)

The Huntik Foundation's #1 Seeker, and leader of the core team.

  • The Ace: He is the Huntik's foundation's #1 seeker.
  • Awesome Mc Coolname: "Dante Vale" is so awesome that most people tend to use his full name, particularly villains.
  • Badass Beard: A rugged red beard that makes him look quite the dashing adventurer.
  • Badass Longcoat: A long brown coat is part of his Huntik seeker outfit.
  • 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.
  • Catchphrase: "Seekers, we have a mission!"
  • The Leader: He is the official head of the seeker team that composes the main cast.
  • Lightning Bruiser : Very fast and very strong.
  • Love Interests: Sophie develops a Precocious Crush on him, and Zhalia also develops feelings for him over the course of Season 1.
  • Mr. Fanservice: Chiseled Chin? Check. Beard? Check. Broad Shoulders? Check. Long Coat? Check. Dante Vale is definitely Mr. Fanservice. At the very least, the look seems to work for Sophie and Zhalia.
  • Olympus Mons: Bonds with Behemoth, the Legendary Titan of the Body, in Season 1. He later bonds with Umbra, Legendary Titan of Dimensions in Season 2.
  • Power Copying: He learns the power known as "Copykind" to copy his Titan's abilities. This comes in handy when he acquires a titan whose power weakens every time it uses its ability.
  • Signature Mon: Caliban and Metagolem are the two Titans he uses the most. Caliban was the first of the two Titans he Powerbonded with.
  • Team Dad: Since all the members of his team are children, and all of them suffering Parental Abandonment to boot, he becomes something of a parental figure for them.

Zhalia Moon

Voiced by: Jolanda Granato (Italian), Karen Strassman (English)

A powerful and mysterious Seeker who also works for the Huntik Foundation. Actually, an Organization agent infiltrating Dante's group, albeit she later switched sides for real.

  • 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, Korean or any other such ethnicity.
  • 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.
  • The Big Guy: She gets most of the strong titans and is more ruthless in their use than Dante.
  • Cool Big Sis: She has a sisterly role for Harrison, who describes her as such. In fact, he gets along with her better than he does his blood-related brother.
  • 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.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Half of her lines are coated with a thick layer of dry sarcasm.
  • 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 for the Huntik Foundation.
  • High-Heel–Face Turn: The only known Organization agent to defect to the Huntik organization is Zhalia.
  • Love Redeems: 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: She argues and competes with Sophie, though it becomes a friendly rivalry in due time.
  • Signature Mon: Gareon is the Titan she uses more frequently, though mostly for spy and reconaissance work rather than fighting, and fittingly, is the only Titan she Powerbonds with. After obtaining King Basilisk, it became her go-to Titan for combat.
  • 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.


Voiced by: ? (Italian), Marc Thompson (English)

A Titan not bonded to any Seeker, but helps Dante and the Foundation nevertheless.

  • 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: His Breath Weapon is powerful as well as versatile, but he tends not to have many uses of it, and while he does have the strength to lift a single human, he doesn't have much stamina to pull that off for long. Compared to those, 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.

Den Fears

Voiced by: Leonardo Graziano (Italian), ? (English)

An orphan who, after being almost recruited into the Bloodspiral Brotherhood, starts working for the Huntik Foundation in order to stop the Bloodspirals and recover his brother.

  • 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.
  • Big Eater: Downplayed, but present; sometimes he asks for seconds or thirds, or even fourths.
  • 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.
  • Determinator: He never stopped trying to get Harrison back, after the latter became drunk with the Blood Spiral's power.
  • Signature Mon: Vigilante who he eventually Powerbonds with, and Kaioh the Tracker are the Titans he uses most.
  • Sixth Ranger: He joined Dante's Huntik team in Season 2.

     Huntik Foundation 


Leader of the Huntik Foundation, and Dante Vale's mentor. Due to retrieving Behemoth, the Legendary Titan of the Body, without possessing the Amulet of Will, he fell victim to a powerful curse that is slowly killing him.

  • Big Good: Technically he's this since he's the leader of the Huntik Foundation, but the curse left him bedridden and unable to perform his duties, which were taken over by Guggenheim. Played straight in Season 2, though.
  • The Mentor: He's the one who taught Dante to be a seeker.
  • Parental Substitute: Started mentoring Dante when he was a kid, and he clearly sees Metz as something more than a mentor.


A high ranking Huntik Foundation member.

  • Big Good: In Metz's absence, he is effectively in charge of all the Huntik Foundation's seekers.
  • Canine Companion: His Titan, Bulreguard, is canine themed.
  • Mission Control: He provides information to Huntik teams, but mostly in Season 1 since he was filling in for Metz.

Eathon Lambert

Lok Lambert's disappeared dad. Was said to be Huntik Foundation's best Seeker before his disappearance.

  • The Ace: Implied to be the Huntik Foundation's best seeker before Dante, given that the Professor poured an untold amount of resources to capture him, yet he always managed to defeat or evade his men.
  • Adventure Archaeologist: One of the most well known in-universe explorers. Just his journal alone is a treasure trove of information about ruins and stuff.
  • Disappeared Dad: His disappearance is what drives Lok at first.


Voiced by: Dan Green (English)

Huntik Foundation's #2 best Seeker, and self-proclaimed rival of Dante Vale.

  • Adventure Archaeologist: Though he used to be a regular one before meeting and Dante joining the Foundation, he now sights his sets on powerful relics instead of the more mundane kind.
  • An Axe to Grind: His weapon is an axe, which contrasts his bare-handed rival.
  • The Big Guy: Very large and physically imposing, he would be the muscle on any Huntik he joins, but he seems to work alone.
  • Boisterous Bruiser: Large, hammy, loves to boast, and has the strength to back them up.
  • Friendly Rival: He and Dante have one about who is the better seeker; it's all in good fun.
  • Genius Bruiser: Despite not looking the part, given his brawn appearance and boisterous personality, he's a respected academic.
  • Signature Mon: Despite being the second of the two Titans we see him using, he's mostly associated with Fenris.


Voiced by: Jamie Mcgonnigal (English)

Montehue's assitant.

  • Non-Action Guy: Even if he's a Seeker, he's rarely of help in any fight. Justified, since he isn't a fighter but a scholar.
  • Moment Killer: Has talent for interrupting romantic moments en masse.
  • Nerd Glasses: To highlight that he's a pure intellectual, as opposed to his boss or Sophie, he wears glasses.
  • The Smart Guy: Very intelligent and knowledgeable in history and lore of Seekers and Titans. He's not a field agent, but an office assistant.

Scarlet Byrne

Voiced by: Veronica Taylor (English)

A Huntik Foundation agent. She used to babysit Lok when he was little.

     Casterwill Family 

Lucas Casterwill

Sophie's older brother, and Elder of Nobles.

  • Aloof Big Brother: His relationship with his sister is lukewarm at best.
  • Signature Move: His signature move is using one hand to perform Kindlestrike and using the other to perform Sunlock simultaneously. The Sunlock spell incapacitates his opponent while the Kindlestrike spell then finishes them.

Nimue Casterwill

The Lady of the Lake, and Elder of the Forger of Weapons.

  • Legacy Character: There have been countless Ladies of the Lake before her. She passes the title to her granddaughter when she dies.
  • Never Mess with Granny: An actual grandma, and a powerful Seeker.

Vivianne Casterwill

Nimue's granddaughter. She becomes the new Lady of the Lake and Elder of Forgers after Nimue's death.

  • Legacy Character: Slated to take over the Lady of the Lake mantle once her grandmother dies. Which she eventually does .
  • Olympus Mons: Is given Mythras, Legendary Titan of Valor, from Sophie.

Teien Casterwill

A Huntik Foundation member, and Elder of the House of Strategists.

Focauld Casterwill

The Elder of Knowledge.

  • Commander Contrarian: Always opposes Sophie's efforts to unite the Casterwills and fight the impending threat of the Bloodspirals, but never suggest any alternative other than remain hidden.
  • Jerkass: Not a very pleasant individual.
  • Properly Paranoid: He insists on the Casterwills staying hidden, no matter what, for the purpose of safety. Given that Sophie's parents were murdered and their home burned down by the Blood Spirals, it's not an entirely unreasonable idea.


Sophie's butler.

  • Battle Butler: He's assists Sophie in her endeavors, both domestic and Seeking.
  • Parental Substitute: Treats Sophie as if she was her daughter. Sophie also sees him as a fatherly figure.
  • Shipper on Deck: One can see his attempts to steer Sophie towards Lok early in the first season, and also his dismay that she's distracted by Dante.
  • Undying Loyalty: Will be at Sophie's side no matter what.


Sophie's bodyguard, and Seeker teacher.

  • Bodyguarding a Badass: Sophie is probably more powerful than him. Still, his help is rarely unneeded.
  • Ninja: He's got a ninja motif going on, between his full-split meditation, general appearance, and his titans named "Shinobi" and "Kunoichi".
  • Undying Loyalty: Like LeBlanche, he will always protect Sophie.



The Organization

    The Professor 

The Professor

Voiced by: Mike Pollock (English)

The leader of the Organization. Wants to acquire powerful Titans for nebulous means.



Voiced by: Kirk Thornton (English)

A prominent operative of the Organization. He is the first serious enemy the heroes face.

  • Acid Attack: His Titan, Kreutalk, spits acid as its main attack. He also carries a vial of acid for threatening his foes.
  • Advertised Extra: Despite being advertised in the show's poster and being prominently featured in the first season's opening credits, he only appears as an antagonist for 8 episodes before being Killed Off for Real midseason by Grier.
  • Arch-Enemy: Considers Dante to be his, though it's one-sided because Dante doesn't take him any more seriously than any other Organization agent.
  • Character Death: Dies in the eleventh episode of the first season after Grier snaps his neck from behind under the Professor's orders.
  • Dirty Coward: He tends to flee whenever he doesn't have the upper hand.
  • Hair Antennae: He has two antennae-like bangs which stick out in the front, which make him look like a bug (slimy and annoying).
  • Humiliation Conga: He fails numerous missions in a row, gets made a fool of by Dante Vale, and is reduced to a glorified "delivery boy". When he sets out to take his revenge on Dante Vale, Dante easily beats him, he gets subjected to a Rump Roast by Lok, all of his Titans (including Kreutalk and Garghoul) are stolen from him, his men lose what little respect they had left for him, and his Exit Villain Stage Left consists of him throwing a temper tantrum while getting carried away by Grier in a manner resembling a parent punishing a disobedient child.
  • Mook Lieutenant: This is more less his rank within the Organization as he leads teams of Suits in missions. His title in the Huntik trading card game is "Organization Lieutenant".
  • Neck Snap: Implied to be how Grier disposes of him; all we hear is a snap.
  • Psychopathic Manchild: Certainly gives off shades of this in "The Treasures of the Argonauts". During his Villain: Exit, Stage Left, he gets carried away by Grier in a manner resembling an adult carrying a disruptive child. All the while, DeFoe's struggling to move and is constantly screaming threats towards Dante and his gang.
  • Revenge Before Reason: His decision to divert from his punishment mission (due to a previous string of failures) and use the artifact he recovered to exact revenge on Dante fits this trope to a T. Had he simply delivered the Sword of Saint George like he was supposed to, the Organization likely wouldn't have had him killed in the following episode.
  • Round Hippie Shades: He wears a pair of Lennon specs with yellow lens and a black frame.
  • Signature Mon: His winged cobra Kreutalk. After getting Garghoul, it becomes his go-to combat Titan.
  • Starter Villain: He's the first antagonist the group faces.
  • Stoic Spectacles: Subverted. Despite looking like a The Stoic with Cool Shades and a ponytail, he's actually very emotional and tends to let his personal grudges cloud his judgement.
  • You Have Failed Me: After a string of failures at the hands of Dante's group, the Professor orders Grier to dispose of DeFoe.



Voiced by: Richard Epcar

DeFoe's much more competent right-hand man.

  • 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, particularly his homeland. Also, 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.
  • The Brute: Subverted. At first he appears to be just a brutish thug, but it can be seen that he's an honorable man who fights for a better future and whose ideals clashed with the heroes.
  • 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; he is on better teams with the heroes in that season.
  • Mook Promotion: After DeFoe fails for the umpteenth time, Grier takes his place. In Season 2, he takes over the whole Organization.
  • Number Two: A subordinate to DeFoe, at first, and then takes his place after DeFoe fails one time too many.
  • Royals Who Actually Do Something: He's the crown prince of Sutos. After handling Wilder, Grier's in charge of the Organization. He's gonna teach Wilder several lessons.
  • Token Good Teammate: After Zhalia left the Organization he's the only decent person left in their numbers.
  • Signature Mon: The multi-armed bear Breaker. He manages to Powerbond with Breaker in Season 2.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: He was the prince of a small that was 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: He sees Dante as a man worthy of his best efforts in battle, who also considers him as such. This is in contrast to the previous villain, DeFoe, who just wanted to kill him.



Voiced by: JB Blanc

One of the Organization's best scientists and researchers. Also, Zhalia's adopted father.

  • Arc Villain: He serves as the main antagonist for episodes 13-17 of Season 1.
  • Bald of Evil: As a result of his advanced age.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: Despite his cruel nature he actually does love Zhalia like his own daughter.
  • Gonk: Possibly one of the ugliest characters on the entire series.
  • High-Class Glass: He wears a monocle, which gives him a refined academic air in contrast to previous villains.
  • Mad Scientist: He invented the Teknonomikon by reverse-engineering an Holotome.
  • Old Master: Despite his old age, he can still give the much younger heroes a hard time in a fight. It is to be expected from the man who raised (and implicitly, trained) Zhalia.
  • Parental Substitute: He's Zhalia's adoptive father.
  • Signature Mon: Brahe
  • 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.



Voiced by: Maddie Blaustein (English, Season 1), Marc Diraison (English, Season 2)

One of the most powerful agents of the Organization, and the Professor's right-hand man. Secretly a member of the Bloodspiral Brotherhood.

  • The Dragon: He is the Betrayer's chief agent in the world and the one giving orders to the Bloodspiral Brotherhood.
  • Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette: He looks kinda like a zombie or some other creepy netherworld style creature.
  • The Heavy: He takes over as the main villain in season 2, but he's only doing the Betrayer's bidding.
  • The Mole: He works for the Organization but he's actually a member of the Blood Spiral Brotherhood.
  • Mole in Charge: The Organization's second-in-command is secretly the leader of the Blood Spirals.
  • Mouth of Sauron: He often speaks for the Professor’s orders and relays his orders to the Organization’s lower ranks.
  • Signature Mon: Thornment in Season 1, Legion, the Legendary Titan of War in Season 2.
  • The Starscream: He works for both the Professor and the Betrayer but planned on doublecrossing both of them.

    The Professor's bodyguards 
A pair of burly men who act as the Professor's bodyguards and personal enforcers.
  • The Bus Came Back: They return in the Season 2 episode "An Ally From the Organization", where they're shown to have taken up guarding the Professor's castle in his absence.
  • Evil Is Bigger: Both of them have a very large, muscular build that towers over the heroes.
  • Evil Sounds Deep: Both of them speak with a deep, booming voice that highlights their intimidating nature.
  • Praetorian Guard: They act as the personal bodyguards for the Professor, accompanying him wherever he goes and act as security for his private castle.
  • Quality over Quantity: Whereas most of the Organization's higher-ups have at least a half-dozen Elite Mooks working under them, the Professor only has these two acting as his personal agents. These two are also easily the most powerful Suits in the entire Organization.
  • Those Two Guys: They're always seen together in a pair.
  • Villain Decay: In the first season, they were depicted the Elite Mooks of Organization and gave Dante's team a tough battle during the season final. At the start of Season 2, the heroes easily blow past them and are shown to have a much easier time defeating them.


Mr. Wilder

A high ranking Organization member who wants to become its next leader after the Professor's demise.

  • Badass in a Nice Suit: He’s a powerful Seeker who wears a white, three-piece suit.
  • Big Bad Wannabe: Wants to be the new leader of the Organization, but he's far from being the Professor.
  • Character Tic: He has a habit of combing his hair.
  • Combat Pragmatist: When he fights Lok and Den in the Professor's castle, he takes them by surprise. First, he knocks out Lok (the more experienced of the two) with a spell In the Back. He then averts Talking Is a Free Action by knocking Den's amulet out of his hand before he can summon a Titan.
  • Contrasting Sequel Antagonist: The Professor was an Orcus on His Throne who rarely left his Supervillain Lair and delegated orders through subordinates like Rassimov. Wilder is more of a Frontline General who directly gives orders to his Suits and personally oversees the Organization’s missions.
  • Eviler Than Thou: He somehow gets the notion of blackmailing Rassimov. He finds out too late that he is the "thou" in this equation.
  • Not-So-Harmless Villain: While he’s clearly in way over his head against the likes of Rassimov, he’s still a dangerous Seeker who has bested the main heroes on more than one occasion.
  • Signature Mon: His primary Titan is Incubane, a demon-themed titan who shoots Frickin' Laser Beams from his fingers.
  • Smug Snake: In every one of his appearances, his ego shines brighter than an attack spell, which is likely due to hit him any second.
  • Stupid Evil: He seems to prioritize holding the Villain Ball over common sense.



Wilder's right-hand man in the Organization.
  • Bald of Evil: He's completely bald and is a member of the Organization.
  • Co-Dragons: Alongside Hoffman, he was one of Wilder's top lieutenants.
  • Fake Defector: He attempted to infiltrate the Bloodspiral Brotherhood by pretending to have defected from the Organization. Unfortunately for him, the Blood Spirals saw right through him.
  • Killed Off for Real: Is killed by the Blood Spirals after his failed attempt to join them.
  • Signature Mon: His primary Titan is Dark Dryad
  • The Worf Effect: In his first appearance, he is shown to be a powerful combatant who puts Zhalia on the defensive during their fight. When the Blood Spirals attack Klaus' bookshop, Shauna knocks him out with a single hit in the span of a few seconds.



A veteran member of the Organization who previously served under the Professor.
  • Badass Beard: He has a distinct long white beard and is a powerful Seeker who is shown going toe-to-toe with Dante Vale.
  • Badass Longcoat: He wears a dark green, long suit jacket which reaches down to his knees.
  • Beard of Evil: He has a long white beard and is a longtime member of the villainous Organization.
  • Co-Dragons: Following the Professor's defeat, he became one of Wilder's top lieutenants alongside Stack. He becomes Wilder's sole Dragon after Stack is Killed Off for Real by the Blood Spirals.
  • Famed in Story: Downplayed. In the second episode of Season 2, he's apparently well-known amongst the Huntik Foundation and is on the same watchlist as the Professor and Rassimov.
  • Grumpy Old Man: He has a very gruff demeanor and he complains how the current Organization under Wilder has changed from when the Professor lead it. When Wilder's Suits refuse to chase the heroes into the Casterwill Caves due to the superstitions surrounding the caves, he grumbles about how "in [his] day, cowards like [them] would never have been allowed in the Organization."
  • Undying Loyalty: To the Professor, as he served him for many years and is proud to boast of it.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: A one-episode example. In the sixth episode of the second season, he is shown fighting Dante's team with Wilder in Klaus' bookshop. When the Blood Spirals arrive, he and the two Suits that accompanied Wilder abruptly vanish, leaving Wilder and Stack alone against the Blood Spirals.

The rank-and-file of the Organization, so-named for their tendency to dress in dark business suits.
  • Badass Longcoat: Klaus' men dress in navy longcoats as opposed to the suit jackets of regular Suits. Rassimov's men also dress in a long trenchcoat-like garb.
  • Cast of Snowflakes: Each Suit has a unique character design as opposed to looking the same.
  • Conservation of Ninjutsu: Their danger level is directly proportional to how many of them there are. If there's a horde of them attacking the heroes, expect them to get beaten relatively easily. If there's only a few of them, expect the heroes to be fighting an uphill battle.
  • Elite Mooks: The Suits that serve under Klaus and Rassimov are shown to be far more powerful than the average Suit.
  • Equal-Opportunity Evil: They include both men and women in their ranks.
  • Just a Stupid Accent: The Suits based in Paris all speak English with a heavy French accent, Klaus' Suits speak using an Austrian accent reminiscent of Arnold Schwarzenegger's, their excavation team in Egypt speak with a stereotypical African accent, and the Suits serving under Rassimov talk with a heavy Russian accent.
  • The Men in Black: They appear to invoke this image by dressing in dark suits, wearing sunglasses, driving around in black cars, and address each other with the pronouns of Mr. and Ms. They also work to uphold The Masquerade.
  • Mooks: They primarily function as this for the Organization.
  • Sharp-Dressed Man: Pretty much all of them dress in a sharp dark suit jacket.
  • Slave Mooks: At least some of them were brainwashed into joining the Organization by the Professor.

The Bloodspiral Brotherhood

    The Betrayer 

The Betrayer

Founder and leader of the Bloodspiral Brotherhood. He used to be Lord Casterwill's best friend, until he betrayed him, earning the nickname. He wants to summon the Nullifiers in order to take control of them and use them to conquer the world.

  • Big Bad: Of Season 2. Rassimov is the one giving the most 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.
  • Evil Old Folks: He has an appearance of an incredibly old man with an overly long beard.
  • Hypocrite: Despite wearing his moniker with pride, the guy hates being betrayed.
  • In the Back: His preferred method of attack is always from behind. This is deconstructed in that he does it so much that the heroes learn to expect it.
  • Our Liches Are Different: Never called a Lich, but when he appears in the final battle of Season 2, he's a living skeleton dressed in a wizard-like robe and displays a lot of proficiency with magic.
  • Signature Mon: Demigorgan, the Legendary Titan of Betrayal.



A powerful member of the Bloodspiral Brotherhood.

  • Co-Dragons: Sahuna and Wind are Rassimov's two chief lieutenants.
  • The Juggernaut: Both him and his only Titan are unstoppable physical powerhouses.
  • 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.



A powerful member of the Bloodspiral Brotherhood.

  • Ax-Crazy: Her first course of action is to murder everything in front of her.
  • Co-Dragons: Sahuna and Wind are Rassimov's two chief lieutenants.
  • Dark Chick: The only noticeable female member of the Bloodspiral Brotherhood (other than nameless mooks).
  • 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.

    Harrison Fears 

Harrison Fears

Voiced by: Ben Diskin

Den Fear's brother, who is recruited into the Bloodspiral Brotherhood.

  • Freudian Excuse: His hard childhood made him easily swayed by promises of gaining power.
  • He Who Fights Monsters: As Den pointed out in the second to last episode of Season 2, he went from being bullied, to basically being a bully.
  • Signature Mon: It wasn't his first Titan, but after Powerbonding with it the same moment he bonded with it, Antedeluvian became his most used Titan.



A high ranking Bloodspiral member who tracks and trains potential recruits.

  • Card-Carrying Villain: Often speaks of the Bloodspiral Brotherhood as an openly evil entity, and is proud of how cruel and sadistic some of his students turn out to be.
  • Evil Mentor: To many Bloodspiral members, he teaches the "virtues" of inflicting pain on others and the importance of ruthless action. His relationship with Kiel and Harrison are the only ones focused on.
  • Evil Old Folks: The more evil his students are, the prouder they make him.
  • Fat Bastard: He's rather hefty, and the it stands out in the Bloodspiral cast.
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: When he finds out that Zhalia was a spy, he gets his recent memory erased by the latter.



Tantras' top student. He's tasked to track and kill Casterwill members.

  • The Brute: He is large, powerful, and basically the Bloodspiral's hitman.
  • Blood Knight: He sometimes drags out a fight to enjoy it more.
  • Playing with Fire: He's a pryomaniac, and proud of it. It's not limited to Seeker spells either, considering he's performed arson more than once, including the fire that claimed Sophie's former home/parents.
  • Signature Mon: His primary Titans are Vulcana, literally Living Lava, and Balenpyre, a one-eyed Magma Man.



A member of the Blood Spiral Brotherhood. He's partners with Kiel and acts as the latter's tracker.


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