"Things aren't always what they seem."
Character by Foxx Trotter and Rev. Artwork by Red-IzaK.
Lady Rayén Vos is a powerful white magic sorceress and high noble for the Kingdom of Leodona on a Renaissance-style world within the Fantasy Realm. She teaches basic magic to her eventual mate, Foxx Trotter, who was brought into the Fantasy Realm for assistance and protection. While Rayén is quite active within the kingdom, she lives alone a few miles away in a home which was formerly owned by her mentor and confidant...where she keeps up with her belongings.
Rayén is a Mapuche name meaning "flower", but it has also been used by the Dutch. While not actually a Renaissance name, I believe we can make some exceptions in fantasy worlds. She is much into flowers as well as the spring season, and has a botanical garden behind her home. Rayén will wear a flower in her hair, usually a blue iris, but there can be other variations. She has a tendency of being clumsy from time to time, but it hasn't hindered her resiliency. Rayén is a red whitemark fox, a color variation of the red fox.
Any fan art of mine or Rev's characters is fine, but please keep it SFW. Thanks.
Face, Inner Ears, Body, Tail, Lower Arms, Paws
Nose, Claws, Underpaws
Outer Ears, Upper Arms, Legs, Tail
Red Whitemark Fox
Travel, Music, History, Nature, Magic, Astrology
The primary magical focus is enchantment. Rayén does have the ability to shapeshift. While she generally uses it for undercover work, this sneaky vixen sometimes uses transformation to tease her mate...in both ways. It tends to be fun times for both of them.
Light Cornflower Blue
Curly Dark Red Hair
Rhineland accent (a mix of French and Dutch).
Sense of Humor:
Rayén doesn't mind being teased from time to time, but she has ways of getting even.
She normally wears a flower in her hair, usually a blue iris, but there can be other variations as well.
Rayén has a tendancy of being clumsy from time to time, but it hasn't hindered her resiliency.
Autumn Bryes, Jelena, Celestia, Berthold, Rêverie
Foxx Trotter (mate)