Race: Fox spirit
Physical Description: 5'5" Red hair, brown eyes.
Chosen by: Lady Ink (sort of xD)
Gift: Not accepted
Rena is usually quick to act rashly, especially to protect Shima. She is loud and doesn't quite understand the whole concept of "rude is usually a bad thing". She's almost always covered in dirt from playing, because Rena and baths don't get along at all. The closest you can get to making this little fox bathe is to dump her in a lake. Try adding soap into the mix and you've scared her away. Rena is very protective of Shima and is usually prepared to do whatever she has to to make sure Shima's alright.
Rena is a fox spirit with the power to assume a human form. She never knew she had this power until she came across a boy one night near a snowy town. He was all alone in the woods being covered up by snow. She wished so much that she could help him, and then suddenly she was in the form of a human woman. She picked him up and brought him to the police station of the town. She didn't say anything, not knowing how, but the police took him to the hospital without asking her many questions. After that, every few years she would come back to the town as a fox, just to see how the boy was doing. She eventually stopped visiting after the boy married, knowing that he would be safe with his wife.
The next time she ever wished something that hard was after she spent the night with Shima in the woods. She wanted so much to be able to help this lonely girl, to be her friend and protect her. And so she was able to take on a human form, that of a little eight year old girl. And as the years passed, Rena became more accustomed to human form and her form grew and altered as it would naturally in a real girl. Rena's wish gradually altered as well. Her wish is that she never has to leave Shima's side as long as Shima still lives, until she knows that Shima will be protected forever by someone else even better than she protects her.
Abilities: Her ability is to be able to change between the form of a human and that of a fox.