If you're looking for demons, any large city is a great place to start. Not that small towns and villages and suburbs don't have them, but demon populations tend to be proportional to that of the resident humans. The more people, the more demons like to hang around. If you're a Hunter who wants constant work, cities are the best place to keep busy. It's like searching for flies or cockroaches on a garbage heap. There's no way to miss them. If you're a Hunter. If you're a human, and not sensitive, you're out of luck. But that's not a human's job, anyway. It's up to the Hunters to keep demon populations down. They hang around trouble spots, their eyes and ears and senses open. Only through their vigilance are humans not completely overwhelmed every day. Hunters are visible when they choose, and look like their human counterparts. It's easy for them to slip into a shadow and disappear, without being noticed, so they can hunt. Otherwise, they stroll down the streets, sit down in cafes, cruise the beaches and boulevards, and look like the humans they protect. Such a form is useful, since it hides them from demon scouts, though it also makes them more vulnerable to attach, since they have to suppress their powers. Some hate being off-guard and don't mix much with humans because of it. Others don't mind- it's easier to catch demons if they don't know you're coming. Kei Umura always preferred to catch his quarry off-guard. Walking down a crowded street in Central City was like playing Spot the Demon for him. His keen blue eyes scanned the humans around him, the buildings, the market kiosks out in the sun on the sidewalk. Even animals could be suspect. But he was also just taking in a nice day. It was late Spring, and still a bit cool, even with the sun out. Nice day for fighting demons. The thing was to get them away from crowds once the fighting started, but Kei always liked a challenge. being what he was, he didn't have a family or friends to spend time with. Hunting, quite literally, was his whole life and focus. It was also something he was extraordinarily good at, so who needed sticky relationships? Demons tended to use them against Hunters, anyway. Better to keep his eyes peeled and his head clear.