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The Hunter License is only seen in the Edit Friends and Rivals section of Metroid Prime Hunters' wi-fi menu.
The license keeps track of a player's hunter of choice, wi-fi win record, wireless win record, connection history, win ratio, win streak, lucky arena, favorite weapon, headshot kills, favorite mode, biped kills, alt-form kills, kill streak, wi-fi play time, wireless play time, total game time and hunter rank. The license has a different colored tip depending upon a player's location: blue for America and Australia, green for Europe and red for Japan.
There are five ranks that can be put on the license, each requiring a set amount of ranking points to reach except for the beginning rank. The first rank is the Bounty Hunter and is shown by one red star. The second rank is the Super Hunter obtained at 40 ranking points and is shown by two brown stars. The third rank is the Elite Hunter obtained at 140 ranking points and is shown by three silver stars. The fourth rank is the Master Hunter obtained at 390 ranking points and is shown by four gold stars. The final rank is the Legendary Hunter obtained at 750 ranking points and turns the license gold with five black stars.
Single Player Completion IconsEdit
There are two icons that can be gained for the Hunter license through single player completion: the Alimbic swirl and the Octolith. The Alimbic swirl is a bluish icon that represents the swirl symbol seen on the Adventure mode icon on the main menu. This is obtained by completing the game through Gorea 2. Once a player completes the single player with 100%, the Octolith will replace the swirl on the Hunter license.
- A Bronze Screw Attack symbol appears in the upper left corner of the license when a player wins 25 matches.
- A Silver Screw Attack symbol appears in the upper left corner of the license when a player wins 100 matches. This will replace the Bronze symbol.
- A Gold Screw Attack symbol appears in the upper left corner of the license when a player wins 200 matches. This will replace the Silver symbol.
- A player will earn a larger license for playing over 500 matches.