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Vixy Reinard
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Biographical information
Homeworld

Corneria

Date of birth

Presumed around Fox's father's birth.

Date of death

Sometime before Andross's banishment.

Physical description
Species

Red Fox (possibly part Fennec)

Gender

Female

Hair color

Brown/Red

Chronological and political information
Appearance(s)

Star Fox (Nintendo Power comic)

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[[Category:characters from Planet Corneria]]

Vixy Reinard was a fox woman whose only appearance was in the 1993 Star Fox comic. Very little is known about her, but she was described as being very beautiful and caring, and attracted the attentions of Andross, who became infatuated with her. Unfortunately, she was already in love with Fox Senior (later known as James McCloud) and had a son, although in jealousy he never believed that Fox Senior deserved her. As it was, Andross planned to get rid of his rival by installing a spare bomb in his car. Unexpectedly, Vixy used the car that day instead, oblivious to Andross' actions. She was tragically killed in the explosion, leaving Andross stricken with grief. She is avenged by Fox McCloud.

TriviaEdit

  • Her appearance is only seen in a photograph that Fox keeps of her; however, Fara Phoenix was noted for sharing bloodline with her. This may imply that, although she is clearly a Red Fox in the photo, she may have been part Fennec and Fox incestuously dated Fara.
  • Despite Nintendo Power's extended storyline being overall incompatible with the current series, Vixy (at least as a character) is one aspect from the comic that can easily fit in with the current timeline.
  • Vixy's death means that Andross was supposedly responsible for the demise of both of Fox's parents, with different motivations; Vixy's death was unintentional, whereas Andross clearly had a hatred for Fox Sr.
  • Vixy's first name comes from "Vixen", which is a term for a female Fox.
    • Her last name comes from the "Reynard Cycle", a medieval French book about the adventures of a clever fox named Reynard (fr: Renart). The book was so popular in the Middle Ages that it gave its name to the animal (French for fox is renard, formerly goupil.)
      • With this in mind, it may provide a slight explanation for Fox's first name.
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