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  • Wren
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  • Wren was a small and rather inconspicuous bird, except for their loud and often complex songs. A wren marked the birth of Isawa Ujina, later a Master of Void, and its appearance, of white feathers was considered a bad omen. Another wren, a white and crimson one, was seen again during the birth of Ujina's daughter, Isawa Kaede, who would become Master of Void and lately Oracle of Void.
  • Wren es una joven bruja que vendía amuletos en el Mercado de las Sombras de Los Ángeles.
  • Wren is the son of Wally and former traveling companion of Bella Berlitz.
  • A wren is a passerine bird.
  • Wren was the Butler at Jordan College.
  • Wren is an archivist, researcher and translator employed by Aloysius Pendergast for various investigations and personal projects. Pendergast often consults him during the course of his cases, usually visiting him at his preferred haunt in the basement of the New York Public Library. Wren's first name is unknown even to those closest to him—including Pendergast.
  • Captain Wren was a UNSC officer that Admiral Cole contacted to discuss the uses of the UNSC Io who the former suggested to use Io as a "fire ship" prior to the Battle of Psi Serpentis.
  • Wren was a young witch who sold charms at the Los Angeles Shadow Market.
  • Wren is an Indie fashion label based in Los Angeles started by Melissa Coker. Coker started the brand in 2007. Wren is inspired by the era of the sexual revolution and vintage designs. Many of the clothes are '70s and '60s inspired. Wren bases its ideas on "low key sophistication and restrained elegance". Wren is sold at several retail outlets in Los Angeles, including Saks Fifth Avenue.
  • Wren was the daughter of Captain Lugg and Lady Cott, as well as the sister of Wing and Moth and therefore the sister-in-law of Twigg and the aunt of Tipp and Todd. She appeared only briefly in the Mistmantle books; she was at the wedding of Moth and Twigg and the funeral of her father, where she was crying heavily and being comforted by her mother. Wren also appeared when Moth announced that she wanted to marry Twigg; Wren didn't have an opinion on it, one way or another.
  • Wren is the village where events documented by the Statue of Lyssa took place. The location is currently unknown.
  • Wren is a minor character in Professor Layton and the Last Specter.
  • Wren is the leader of the resistance of Terra Gale, the Rebel Ducks along with his granddaughter Dove, who we first meet when she is captured by the Dark Ace. He plays a large role in another episode, Atmos Most Wanted, when the Storm Hawks are framed for a number to thefts, including Terra Gales famous 'Cheese Stone'. He was last seen at the bit of the last episode of season two looking at his granddaughter while Starling was narrating.
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  • Veronica
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  • Wren
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Appearances
Job
Eyes
  • Gray
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Series
Status
  • Alive
  • Deceased
Affiliation
Role
  • Minor Character
Hair
Name
  • Wren
Type
  • Character
Caption
  • (Artwork from Professor Layton and the Last Specter.)
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  • Bright green
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  • Poem
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  • Blue
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  • Professor Layton and the Last Specter
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  • Wren
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  • * Crow * Marilyn * Roddy * Scraps * Gus * Louis * Badger * Arianna Barde
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  • Brown
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  • Merchant
  • Member of the Black Ravens
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  • Cyborg
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  • Resistance leader
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Death
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  • Unknown
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  • a dog
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  • Wren was a small and rather inconspicuous bird, except for their loud and often complex songs. A wren marked the birth of Isawa Ujina, later a Master of Void, and its appearance, of white feathers was considered a bad omen. Another wren, a white and crimson one, was seen again during the birth of Ujina's daughter, Isawa Kaede, who would become Master of Void and lately Oracle of Void.
  • Wren es una joven bruja que vendía amuletos en el Mercado de las Sombras de Los Ángeles.
  • Wren is the son of Wally and former traveling companion of Bella Berlitz.
  • A wren is a passerine bird.
  • Wren is the leader of the resistance of Terra Gale, the Rebel Ducks along with his granddaughter Dove, who we first meet when she is captured by the Dark Ace. He plays a large role in another episode, Atmos Most Wanted, when the Storm Hawks are framed for a number to thefts, including Terra Gales famous 'Cheese Stone'. He was last seen at the bit of the last episode of season two looking at his granddaughter while Starling was narrating. Wren is a strange old man, who feels strongly about his Terra and it's people. He speaks with a strong French Canadian accent, and is shown to be good at setting boobytraps. One would imagine with his age and stature he isn't having Sky Fu battles with the Cyclonians so he has to fight them somehow.
  • Wren was the Butler at Jordan College.
  • Wren is an archivist, researcher and translator employed by Aloysius Pendergast for various investigations and personal projects. Pendergast often consults him during the course of his cases, usually visiting him at his preferred haunt in the basement of the New York Public Library. Wren's first name is unknown even to those closest to him—including Pendergast.
  • Captain Wren was a UNSC officer that Admiral Cole contacted to discuss the uses of the UNSC Io who the former suggested to use Io as a "fire ship" prior to the Battle of Psi Serpentis.
  • Wren was a young witch who sold charms at the Los Angeles Shadow Market.
  • Wren is an Indie fashion label based in Los Angeles started by Melissa Coker. Coker started the brand in 2007. Wren is inspired by the era of the sexual revolution and vintage designs. Many of the clothes are '70s and '60s inspired. Wren bases its ideas on "low key sophistication and restrained elegance". Wren is sold at several retail outlets in Los Angeles, including Saks Fifth Avenue.
  • Wren was the daughter of Captain Lugg and Lady Cott, as well as the sister of Wing and Moth and therefore the sister-in-law of Twigg and the aunt of Tipp and Todd. She appeared only briefly in the Mistmantle books; she was at the wedding of Moth and Twigg and the funeral of her father, where she was crying heavily and being comforted by her mother. Wren also appeared when Moth announced that she wanted to marry Twigg; Wren didn't have an opinion on it, one way or another.
  • Wren is the village where events documented by the Statue of Lyssa took place. The location is currently unknown.
  • Wren is a minor character in Professor Layton and the Last Specter.
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