Hunin is an aasimar child who, along with his twin brother Kyor, was sold into slavery by his mother.  As an NPC, Hunin is played by Matthew Mercer.

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Appearance[edit | edit source]

Hunin, like his brother, looks like a human of about 15 years old, but with white, pupil-less eyes, and skin that looks light blue from a distance but appears up close to be a soft white porcelain with a slight translucent blue hue. Despite his initial pitiful condition, he is beautiful and has a striking presence.[1]

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"Where the Cards Fall" (1x75)[edit | edit source]

While Vox Machina is trying to attract Ghurrix, they spotted the Hunin and his brother for sale. At the insistence of Vex'ahlia, she and Scanlan purchase the two boys. They use Hunin and his brother to bolster their fake slave sale and they are the ones who attract the fiend's attention.

"Brawl in the Arches" (1x76)[edit | edit source]

Hunin and his brother hide in Scanlan's mansion during the fight with Ghurrix. Their chains are removed by the servants. Vex'ahlia asks them about their lives and Hunin is a little more shy, letting his brother do the talking. His brother reveals that they were sold into slavery by their mother and agrees to go with Vox Machina to their city.

"Clash at Daxio" (1x77)[edit | edit source]

The boys hide in the outskirts of the fort during the fight before being retrieved by Vex. Hunin and his brother are transported to Whitestone alongside Vox Machina. The party are able to put them in the care of Cassandra who promises to find a place for them to stay.

"Jugs and Rods" (1x94)[edit | edit source]

Hunin and his brother are playing with Odessa, Illiya, and Gren Tal'Dorei when Vox Machina gets back from the Nine Hells. The people from Emon are leaving Whitestone. Salda Tal'Dorei tells Vex that she is taking the aasimar boys with her to Emon to provide for them and educate them. Salda says Odessa has a crush on Hunin.

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  1. See "Where the Cards Fall" (1x75) from 3:13:21 through 3:15:15.


  1. Fan art of Kyor and Hunin, by Kileigh Gallagher (source).  Used with permission.

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