Hunter Owl House – Hunter is such a sweetie. The Golden Guard of the Owl House initially served as the main antagonist but quickly changed into a bad boy gone depressed with an unquestionably kind heart hidden beneath his snarky appearance. He continues to desire to play the bad guy, making unsuccessful attempts to appear menacing to Luz and her companions while advancing Emperor Belos’s goals. However, he is a pathetic sweetheart who is currently making progress toward the ultimate redemption arc.
Hunter Owl House – Who doesn’t enjoy a compelling redemption story? A piece of poetic genius that never gets old is seeing characters from the stories we adore, like Zuko, Catra, Lilith, and so many others, start off as villains until slowly accepting their own fate and switching sides.
Hunter Owl House – We love villains, but what we love even more is watching as their prejudices are dismantled as they go through character arcs where the suffering they’ve contributed to is revealed for what it truly is: a wrong that can’t be righted unless they’re prepared to alter their entire worldview.
Zuko was so consumed with getting his father’s approval that doing the right thing never crossed his mind, but Catra was so hurt by betrayal that she refused to see the love for Adora that was always there. He would burn down entire villages to accomplish his one and only purpose. These folks aren’t inherently bad; instead, they were moulded by a society that encouraged crimes like murder and corruption and turned a blind eye to those in need. They all chose it since it appeared to be the simpler route or a cloudy one.
Hunter Owl House – Hunter is comparable, but younger and still entangled in a dishonest system to which he has grown irrevocably devoted. He doesn’t yet have the courage to walk away. But he is developing that independence as well as the willingness to recognise his mistakes and the fact that the heritage he is striving so hard to join is not worth the costs.
Any Sport in a Storm from the previous week’s episode was centred on Hunter seeking to enlist Hexside youngsters in the Emperor’s Coven while oblivious to the fact that he’s also just a teenager who needs to make friends. He arrives to the school fair wanting to gather some capable kids but is unaware that he has no idea how to seem, behave, or feel with people his own age. It’s cute, but of course the distressed edgelord becomes a clumsy mess the instant someone extends even the little act of charity to him. All that our poor boy wants is to be loved.
He has only ever experienced fascism and oppression, believing in a society that suppresses witchcraft and attempts to rehabilitate people who don’t fit into narrow social norms by either locking them up or making them follow obsolete principles.
When Hunter elicits a chuckle at how absurd the entire system is once someone who isn’t brainwashed is willing to point out such things, hearing him discuss how employees under the Emperor’s Coven only have one day off per year and that being locked in a prison cell is standard fare, is all the more funny.
Hunter Owl House – It has been abundantly evident from the beginning that Hunter is not inherently bad; rather, he is merely an unfortunate outcome of the society in which he lives, and he has never been given the ideological training necessary to overcome his own vices. Therefore, he cannot help but feel miserable with himself when Luz appears and seems pleased with her magical freedom and not lonely because of her own existence. He also learns from the appearance of his Palisman, Flapjack, that magic is a power of kindness and community rather than evil and seclusion.
Hunter Owl House – Characters are forced to deal with the repercussions of their past while being pardoned by people they offended most severely in the best redemption arcs, which are told over time. The best stories recognise that healing takes time.
Hunter Owl House – Although Hunter hasn’t yet arrived at this stage, you can already see the beginnings of it. He was selected for Willow’s roller derby team in Any Sport in a Storm along with a group of other rowdy teenagers who might otherwise be considered outcasts.
Hunter Owl House – Misery like company, so he quickly picks up the rules and forges a bond with his newfound buddies. Even though Hunter’s goals still seem clouded by moral dishonesty as he keeps his teammates hostage and genuinely believes that he is acting morally, seeing him beam brightly in a selfie with his peers as the episode comes to a conclusion feels so well deserved.
Hunter Owl House – As they are drafted into a life of oppressive tyranny, they are unhappy, feeling duped and manipulated by their ostensible friend. The Owl House isn’t really that gruesome, though, and Hunter quickly sees his error and launches a rescue effort. This is a crucial turning point in his character development and an acknowledgment of remorse.
Hunter Owl House – He is mature enough to understand that he was wrong and that making things right is crucial, even though he is aware that he does not deserve forgiveness for his acts. At the end of the episode, his superiors unfortunately confirm his loyalty to the Emperor’s Coven, which further tarnishes his moral character because he must decide whether to devote himself to the wrong cause or abandon it altogether. He isn’t prepared for the latter, and I believe that there is yet a turning point in the future that will alter his perspective irrevocably.
Hunter Owl House – I’m hoping Willow will serve as the change’s impetus. But I have fangirl friends who have been fixated on “Huntlow” for months, shipping the two leads and expecting for more time spent together in the upcoming season.
Hunter Owl House – Now that we’ve accomplished what we wanted, all we have to do is hope that they can continue to develop their friendship in the coming weeks. If handled with sufficient care and attention, Hunter has the potential to be the source of an incredible redemption arc, and I believe we’re close to seeing it unfold. Please send some adorable SMS to Willow so the entire fanbase can go crazy.
Hunter Owl House FAQs
Who does Hunter have a crush on in The Owl House?
Is Hunter a human Owl House?
Hunter, though, is a grimwalker and neither a witch nor a human. He is one of Caleb Wittebane's many clones, who is the brother of Belos/Philip. Remember that Caleb was killed by Belos because he fell in love with a witch.
Is Hunter EDA's son?
Hunter | The Golden Guard is Eda Clawthorne's Son.
Why did Hunter's eyes turn brown?
Hunter's eyes turned brown and he acquired tissue scars where Belos had corrupted him following the healing from Flapjack's sacrifice.