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Lance Hunter is one of the main protagonists of Season 2 and Season 3 of Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
He is portrayed by Nick Blood.
Amadeus Ravenclaw "Lance" Hunter is a former British soldier and mercenary that joined the second incarnation of S.H.I.E.L.D. He participated in many field missions and stayed loyal to Phil Coulson during the brief conflict against the S.H.I.E.L.D. faction led by Robert Gonzales. He later saved his ex-wife Bobbi Morse after she was kidnapped by Grant Ward and Agent 33.
In revenge, Hunter became obsessed with hunting down and killing Grant Ward. However, his mission was a failure so instead he refocused his efforts in stopping Gideon Malick's plans for HYDRA. During a mission in Russia, Hunter and Morse had to resign from S.H.I.E.L.D. in order to keep the organization a secret.
In the beginning, Lance Hunter appeared to just be a simple mercenary, who only cared about his pay for the job, and having a snarky sense of humor. Later on though, he would show the care he has for his teamates as he chose to save Hartley even though it would mean going against orders. Lance Hunter was also shown to be a very vengeful person. After the deaths of his friends, he became extremely vengeful against Carl Creel knocking out Skye, Melinda May and Antoine Triplett in an attempt to kill him which ultimately failed. He also attempted to infiltrate HYDRA in retaliation against Grant Ward, over an incident where Hunter's ex-wife Bobbi Morse was abducted and nearly killed. He showed sense of honor as he chose to join S.H.I.E.L.D. because of Isabelle Hartley, despite losing two million dollars from Glenn Talbot as a result of the decision.
Since joining, Hunter showed remorse for his actions, repeatedly apologizing to May; however, she only took his apologies into consideration after shooting him in order to protect Jemma Simmons. His romantic history with Bobbi Morse is complicated as they both married and separated. Though, he was initially reluctant about working with her, after staying for a time he even managed to rekindle their relationship.
Over time, Hunter became truly loyal to S.H.I.E.L.D., and especially to Phil Coulson. His proved how strong his loyalty had become whenever he helped Coulson take back S.H.I.E.L.D. from Robert Gonzales. Hunter's decision to become a permanent agent surprised many people who knew him for a long time, including Bobbi.
Hunter has admitted that he is jealous of the Inhumans' powers, claiming their ability to gain powers after coming into contact with the Terrigen Mist is an "unfair advantage". He tried a fish oil pill to find out if he's Inhuman, hoping for the specific power of x-ray vision. Also every time he faces an Inhuman he makes this complaint, such as when he and Bobbi fought Giyera and Lucio for the first time.