Volume 1Edit

The First StepEdit

I don't think sloths make a lot of noise.
—Ren, in response to Nora Valkrie's suggestion for a secret signal

The Emerald ForestEdit

I still don't think that's what a sloth sounds like.
—Ren, after Nora uses the secret signal to communicate

Players and PiecesEdit

Nora... Please... Don't ever do that again.
—Ren, on Nora's decision to ride on an Ursa


She's been having this recurring dream for nearly a month now.
—Ren, after Nora finishes her story

Volume 2Edit

Welcome to BeaconEdit

Thank you!
—Ren, to Neptune Vasilias in response to the latter's query, "Uh, aren't libraries for reading?"

Burning the CandleEdit

And I, you.
—Ren, to Jaune Arc regarding their level of "brothership"
Jaune, what is this all about?
—Ren, asking why Jaune is acting out of the ordinary

Dance Dance InfiltrationEdit

Wait, what is happening?
—Ren, expressing confusion toward Nora Valkyrie at the dance


Team RWBY has always performed exceptionally in the field. We should be focusing on our own mission.
—Ren, reassuring Jaune

Volume 3Edit

New Challengers...Edit

Sure, why not...
—Ren, when Jaune tells him to distract May Zedong
How do I bring a flower?
—Ren, about "Flower Power"


It wasn't alone.
—Ren to Coco Adel, on how the Nevermore made it past Vale's defenses

Battle of BeaconEdit

—Ren, identifying the new Grimm

End of the BeginningEdit

The journey will be perilous, and whether we'll find answers at the end is entirely uncertain.
—Ren, to Ruby

Volume 4Edit

The Next StepEdit

But 'junior' isn't a color.
—Ren, to Nora
Well, I suppose we don't have to grow out of everything.
—Ren, about Jaune's Pumpkin Pete hoodie
He certainly does.
—Ren, commenting on Jaune cleaning up nicely


We should go. It's not safe here.
—Ren, disagreeing with the suggestion to bury the Dying Huntsman's body

Tipping PointEdit

You might think of it as Anima's Mountain Glenn, had it never been completed. Years ago, the richest members of Mistral were unhappy with how the Kingdom was being run.
—Ren, talking about Oniyuri to his team
Frustrated with the council, they pooled their resources together to build their own city, with their own laws. They hoped that one day, it could maybe even become its own Kingdom. Many thought it would be the future.
—Ren, talking about Oniyuri to his team
I know my parents did.
—Ren, mentioning his parents to his team for the first time

Two Steps Forward, Two Steps BackEdit

We're not going to find anything! We just have to press on!
—Ren, to Ruby's suggestion to scavenge for medicine


We have to be brave.
—Young Ren to Young Nora, hiding together during Kuroyuri's destruction
We never get the easy path, do we?
—Ren to Nora, as they hike the mountain
—Ren, realizing that the Nuckelavee is heading again to Kuroyuri, where Qrow, Jaune and Ruby are

No Safe HavenEdit

For myself.
—Ren, as he decapitates the Nuckelavee

Volume 5Edit

Rest and ResolutionsEdit

Well that embarrassment, that desire to go back and tell yourself not to be so stupid, that just proves you're not the same person you used to be. You're smarter, you're kinder, you're stronger, and you're not done growing yet. None of us are.
—Ren to friends, about their growth

Volume 6Edit


Atlas may be the safest kingdom we have at the moment, but their borders are closed. General Ironwood called everyone back.
—Ren to his friends about the situations starting to Atlas

The Grimm ReaperEdit

The two nations worked together to create a hybrid city. While it falls under Mistral domain, Atlas keeps a military presence here to help keep the people safe and keep trade between the two nations steady.
—Ren to friends, explaining about Argus

Dead EndEdit

I think it would be best if we had some time to ourselves.
—Ren to Team RWBY, after finding out the truth

Volume 7Edit

The Greatest KingdomEdit

Maybe Atlas isn't as safe as we thought.
—Ren, to everyone about Atlas

A Night OffEdit

I understand Weiss' point though. A victory party does seem a bit premature.
—Ren, about Weiss and her opinion about a victory party
We spent so much time worrying about how Ironwood will react to the truth about her, but have any of us considered how we're even going to beat her if we manage to work past that?
—Ren, to Ruby and Nora
You know I've... never... been really good with talking.
—Ren, to Nora after their argument

About RenEdit

Yeah, turns out Ren gets real deep when he feels like talking.
—Ruby, after Ren gives a speech

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