0 Conversations


Class: Wood Elf, Thief/General mischief maker

Familiar/Summon creature: A Fox beast

Appearance: Ren has a short ash blonde to brown bob of hair just long enough to be tied away from his face in a short ponytail. He has bright blue eyes and wears green and brown light clothing with a bag made of animal skins slung about himself

Personality/Quirks: Mischevious, Cunning, Sly, Playful, Uncompassionate

Extra Abilities: Summon creature, basic elemental magic, Theif, Telepathy

Weapons: Bow and arrow, small knife

Armor: None

Advantages: Tracking, Ultravision, Survivalist, Perfect Balance, Combat Reflexes, Absolute Direction, Acute senses, Danger sense

Disadvantages: Moderately curious, Social stigma- ( people are wary of Elves, especially sly ones ), No Emotion-Sense, Short Temper, Arrogant

Other Information: Likes to join in adventuring groups, however isnt necessarily trustworthy. Little is known of his past, although he may be wanted for theft in other regions. Carries a small flute with which he summons creatures and charms animals. The fox that travels with him has a strange connection with him and is sharp enough to make it the object of much curiosity.

Back to Warwickshire

Bookmark on your Personal Space

Conversations About This Entry

There are no Conversations for this Entry



Infinite Improbability Drive

Infinite Improbability Drive

Read a random Edited Entry

Written and Edited by


h2g2 is created by h2g2's users, who are members of the public. The views expressed are theirs and unless specifically stated are not those of the Not Panicking Ltd. Unlike Edited Entries, Entries have not been checked by an Editor. If you consider any Entry to be in breach of the site's House Rules, please register a complaint. For any other comments, please visit the Feedback page.

Write an Entry

"The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy is a wholly remarkable book. It has been compiled and recompiled many times and under many different editorships. It contains contributions from countless numbers of travellers and researchers."

Write an entry
Read more