|Notable Members|| Signum
|Notable Groups||The Rangers|
|Allies|| The Defilers
Lucius von Boon
The threat posed by the Hunters lies in their numerical advantage and tactical prowess. In the past, the Hunters exhibited strategy and decorum common to old Imperial Army doctrine, suggesting an adherence to military tradition bordering on simplistic. As expected of the Inquisition, they never posed much of a threat. However, with the death of General John Reynolds in recent months, the focus of the organization has shifted.
Indeed, with the late Reynolds' second-in-command, Colonel Karrin Signum, taking power, there has been a disturbing change in doctrine. New raids and attacks suggest a preference for guerrilla warfare including ambushes, sabotage and hit-and-run tactics, a far cry from the blunt force method previously used. Intel suggests that this change in doctrine has caused dissent in the upper ranks of command, with some officers opposed to the changes employed by Signum.