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|Holotome Profile: Montehue|
|Group Affiliation(s)||Huntik Foundation|
|Base of Operations||Post Street Museum|
|American Voice Actor||Dan Green|
|First Appearance||"The Legacy of Thor"|
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Montehue is the Huntik Foundation's second highest ranked Seeker. He is also a close friend of Dante Vale's having formed their friendship through a rivalry. Montehue's assistant, Tersly, tends to accompany Montehue on missions.
Montehue, a devoted student of the history of war, was a treasure hunter, and he learned of his Seeker abilities when he and Dante raced to get an artifact in Death Valley. During the race Dante gave him a Tolivane Amulet by sneaking it into his jacket pocket.
Montehue accompanied Dante on the mission to the Temple of Thor in Iceland to recover Mjolnir, the hammer of Thor, despite Dante's wishes. Montehue managed to best Dante and win the prized hammer, Mjolnir, but had to set aside his rivalry in order to escape. After escaping with the hammer, Montehue was given the Amulet of Fenris by Dante, who figured that Montehue's character was very close to that of the Titan's ancient Seeker, Thor.
Montehue is fiercely competitive, showing as such in his incredible confidence, viewing almost everything as a competition. He is however, honorable, jovial, very kindhearted and dependable despite coming second to Dante Vale in skill as a Seeker. Montehue enjoys fighting as shown when he and Tersly were fighting a group of Silent Soldiers. He also seems happy that his assistant doesn't fight because that leaves more enemies for himself.
Montehue is incredibly strong, utilizing two battle axes as his primary weapons in combat. His physical strength is great enough that he sometimes has difficulty controlling it and sometimes hurts others without meaning to do so. He also uses his Seeker abilities to cast spells which enhance his physical characteristics, such as the powerful Dragonfist. Unlike some other Seekers, Montehue rarely relies on his Titans in combat as he tends to prefer to fight with his own strength.