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Harley | Digital Devil Saga »

Leader of the Vanguards Tribe.

Hawk | Shin Megami Tensei II »

The name that Okamoto gives you in the beginning of the game. You later find out that you'll real name is Aleph, unless you choose to make it something else.

Hayasaka, Chiaki | Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne »

A friend and classmate of the protagonist, Chiaki was a very demanding person with a rich upbringing. After the conception, however, she assumed the idealogy of Yosuga, believing that only the strong can survive. After the fall of Gozu-Tennoh, his power channels to Chiaki, revitalizing the Mantra's importance in the Conception.

Hijiri, Jyoji | Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne »

A reporter for an underground occult magazine. When the protagonist first encounters Hijiri, he is given one of his articles predicting the Conception. After the Vortex World is created, Hijiri does little but supply the protaganist with information. Seemingly without Reason, he obsesses over unlocking the secrets of the Terminals, and eventually realizes the powers he can obtain by bending the will of the Amala Network.

Hikawa | Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne »

Hikawa is the chief technical officer at Cybers Communication corporation to most, but is secretly the leader of the mysterious Gaea cult. He engineered the Conception itself, in hopes of creating a world of stillness under the idealogy of Shijima.


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