Ren Hunter was a lineup player for the New York Millennials, and was with the team since Season 4, Day 83 until being REDACTED on Season 15, Day 15. Hunter also played for the Charleston Shoe Thieves.
Official League Records
On Season 15, Day 11, Chorby Soul of the Seattle Garages hit Hunter with a pitch, causing Hunter to be Observed modification. Later, after play ended on Day 15, Hunter disappeared from the New York Millennials lineup, and they were Redacted.
| COMMUNITY LORE|
The remainder of this article contains lore created collaboratively by the Blaseball community.
Hunter is of unknown origin. Described as "the most muscular woman to ever graced the field of Blaseball," Hunter typically leads the Shoe Thieves in slugging and strikeouts. Other details about Hunter generally evade human understanding, but witnesses describe a stupor during which mortals feel compelled to follow in the wake of her destruction. It is theorized that this stupor may be broken by incineration, but presently no subject of this stupor has been the target of incineration.
Ren specializes in stealing Crocs.
A recording of Ren's walkup theme has somehow escaped the Shoe Thieves Stadium, despite several countermeasures. It can be heard here:
You have always already died for Ren Hunter. You have always already killed for Ren Hunter. You have always already lived for Ren Hunter.
Ren Hunter is rumored to be in a romantic relationship with Kansas City Breath Mints batter Boyfriend Monreal, although the exact nature of this relationship is unclear. Hunter has declined to speak publicly on the issue, and in a XX53 interview, Monreal simply stated "Ren makes me feel like my skin is bursting with thousands of eyes. Also, she's got a pretty nice ass."
L'il Ren by @AndreaStreeter
Miniblaseballer by @HetreaSky
Ren on the Thieves by @glassgoblin
Version of Ren on the Millennials by @glassgoblin