Renon is a demon salesman from Konami's Castlevania video game series. He appears as a non-playable character in Castlevania (Nintendo 64) and Castlevania: Legacy of Darkness, both of which were published on the Nintendo 64 in the late nineties.
Renon, an enterprising demon with gentlemanly manners, had a unique take on the 1844 reappearance of Castlevania. Historically, individuals from all walks of life have found their way into Dracula's stronghold. Their reasons were disparate: some were lost, others kidnapped, and even a few explored the castle's depths to confront Dracula. No matter their objective, those people needed supplies. While the odd Pot Roast found in a broken pillar was enough to satisfy the most resourceful adventurer, Renon guessed that there might be a niche market he could exploit. Thus, he distributed several contracts throughout the castle and its grounds. Picking up one of these scrolls would summon Renon with a briefcase of goods at the ready. Renon resorted to mercantilism because, although "It is shameful for a demon to be working, one needs gold even in Hell these days."
|Enemy Data: Renon|
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|'|| HP: 210 (250 on Hard)|| Castle Keep (if spent over 30,000 gold)|
|'|| HP: 210 (180 on Easy, 250 on Hard)|| Castle Keep (if spent over 30,000 gold)|
If the player has bought too many items and spent 30,000 gold pieces with Renon before the player encounters Dracula, he explains what the contract says. If you spend over 30,000 gold pieces then you have agreed to sell your soul to Satan. If this happens, Renon will transform and challenge you to a fight, using similar moves that Death used (Fireballs instead of Scythes and summoning the demonic fish).
- Konami of Europe's Renon the Salesman profile (Internet Archive)
- Konami of Europe's True Renon profile (Internet Archive)
- Renon at the Castlevania Fan Wiki.
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