Now Reniah's turn. Yay!
Even if it's not my favorite, I love Reniah
the only incovenient it's that she's hard to draw!. I don't have much practice drawing women, specially "good-looking" women.
I'm not jocking! Sometimes she looks like a "she-man" XD
But anyway, here's some insight:
Masakeru Reniah, same with Moe, comes from a very far oriental country. There, Reniah had a friend. From young, they were very close, almost sisters ... despite having different lives.
Reniah's friend, named Yudai (tentative name) was a descendant of a powerful clan of "hunters". Hunters are recognized in the country for being an army of warriors who hunted demons, monsters and dangerous people. Some were beneficial, but the vast majority were evil and lust for power and violence. Yudai's clan was one of those.
Each family of hunters had a guardian. These were of different types, spirits, demons, giants. The guards, usually spirits of justice, never agreed to serve the hunters, so the hunters trapped and they made their prisoners. A guard was sentenced to serve a clan with no hope of being released, so did his family and all his descendants. Reniah's family were guardians of a clan, who were bitter enemies of the clan from which came Yudai.
Anyway, they did not care at these events and remained friends because they were soul mates. Both wanted to live peacefully.
One day the two decided to escape ...
Over time, Yudai got married and her family soon began to grow. Reniah been turned into a very close friend of the little family of her friend.
Unfortunately, things took a turn the day Yudai's husband died. Yudai disappeared, leaving her daughter in the care of Reniah.
Who better to protect Moe than a kitsune guardian?
So from there, Reniah takes care that Moe has a normal life ... and above all, protect her in case the two families wants to return.
I can say that Reniah, like all good foxes, is very cheerful and enthusiastic. She loves to see things funny and positively. It's very fond of parties and drinking.
Anyway, she is also very responsible and devoted. She likes to help the neighborhood she now calls home...
Whew, how long. But oh well...