You see Rodnay. He appears to be a Human. He is short. He appears to be youthful. He has pupil-less green eyes and blue skin. He has a bald head. He has a round face and a small nose. He is in good shape. He is wearing a neat flaxen robe, a sprig of lavender, a small brown pack, a small dirty cloth pouch, some roan samite leggings, a pair of flaxen socks, and some slouched black leather boots.
In the summer of 5116, Rodnay and several other orphans were abducted by Ithzir who were slowly invading the environs of Wehnimer's Landing via a portal near Melgorehn's Reach. The children were later discovered in the graveyard inside of yellow cocoons, where blue veins had begun to form on their skin. Only three children survived. Two girls, and Rodnay. Rodnay began to demonstrate strange powers, and mature actions, words, even growing more cold and calculating. He began to take on the visage of an Ithzir, and aged more and more. The two girls did not survive, but Rodnay did in the end.
After the Ithzir were defeated, Rodnay was given residence in Willow Hall. Later, he would help the adventurers of Wehnimer's Landing to enter Chaston Griffin's mind to help free hundreds of people from the golden-eyed madman's thrall. In the final battle in Talador, Rodnay was seen helping to teleport the fallen heroes out of Talador to be tended to by healers and clerics. In the end, when Chaston activated his golden baptism of fire, Rodnay was presumed to be engulfed in the same destructive power that turned Talador into the Bleaklands.
During Keeping up with the Kestrels, Dennet Kestrel of the Hall of Mages claims to have found Rodnay in the wastelands of Talador, when the Hall of Mages did some initial investigations there. He has Rodnay protected in the Hendoran Outpost, as he determines if the boy is alive or dead, or any danger to any.