The Hunter Association (人外ハンター商会, Jingai Hantaa Shoukai)? is an organization in the series.
Shin Megami Tensei IVEdit
The Hunter Association is a group found throughout Tokyo, overseeing Challenge Quests and holding rankings for the Hunters. The organization was originally founded by Fujiwara in the hopes of finding the one who could unsheathe Masakado's sword. The Association also acts as the bar for each area they're found in, selling drinks and food to the people who need it, as well as serving as a dispatch center for passing hunters.
On the Neutral route the Hunter Champion quest is held to bring hope to the people in a time when demons were flooding in through Tokyo, with Flynn becoming the champion.
Shin Megami Tensei IV ApocalypseEdit
- "Facilities within each underground district that serve as hubs for the Hunter Association. The organization itself ws founded by Fujiwara and Skins.
Each Association manages registered Hunters by providing support, rewards, and assignments, ensuring that the right jobs end up with the right Hunters.
It is widely believed that founders Fujiwara and Skins created the organization to prepare for another attempt at breaching the Ceiling."
- —Shin Megami Tensei IV Apocalypse Notes, entry - "Hunter Assocation"
After completing a certain amount of quests, the Association calls Nanashi to choose between two useful pieces of equipment. DLC Quests count towards the quests needed for the bonus equipment.
|10||Panic Rounds||Ammo, 51 atk, gun, effect: Panic|
|20||Headhunter||Dagger, 67 atk, phys, 1-6 hits, low hit%, effect: Instant kill|
|35||Sage Bracelet||Accessory, +20 Ma/Ag|
|Master Bracelet||Accessory, +20 St/Dx|
- Fujiwara: de facto Co-Leader of the Association, former journalist
- Tsugi (Skins): Co-Leader of the Association, former Counter-Demon Force soldier
- Akira: Former member, later King Aquila of Mikado
- Nanashi: Apprentice, reincarnation of Akira
- Asahi: Apprentice
- Boss: Head of the Kinshicho Dispatch Office and Bar, and Asahi's father
- Nozomi: Queen of the Fairies
- Hiroshi: Veteran hunter, said to be the oldest still in active service at 62