From the first game, he was scrapped during development and replaced by what is now the Waiter.
From the first game's art, the Hunter bears a strong resemblance to the Sesame Street character the Snuffleupagus with eyes similar to a human's, with blue irises. His fur is brown in color. He also had elephant-like ears and curled horns.
From the second game, the Hunter is brown with short black horns and yellow reptilian eyes, and he has a long trunk with a pair of 'tentacles' coming out from below. The tentacles are covered in nostrils. His body resembles greatly to the real-life elephant. Each extra pair of feet sport four long talons.
All that is known is that he would have charged towards the player when encountered.
- The Hunter resembled the Snuffleupagus species in the children's program Sesame Street.
- It is unknown what the Hunter actually symbolized.
- Despite his deletion, the Hunter still appears on the posters from the opening intros in both games.
- Obviously, it is unknown why the Hunter still exist in the poster while he's scrapped out entirely from the game's final release, but it may be possible that Tim Denson himself scrapped him out later on after finished making the poster for the Foggel Friends show.
- He also appear as one of the eight collectible coins from the second game.
- At the end of Wilbium Mohlenhoff's "Follow Greet Wait Repeat - Remix 123 Slaughter Me Street 2 Promo Video" video, there is a wire-frame of the Hunter's model displayed.
- Also, Wilbium left a reply to the user's comment where it asks about the puppet's name with "The Hunter. Coming soon.", possibly hinting that the Hunter will appear either in the speculated third game or the second game's DLC/update as promised.
- From the second game's teaser, the Hunter originally sport seven tentacled-trunks instead of three.
- The ears of the hunter indicate that he is most likely an Asian elephant.
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