|Originally From:||Kingdom of France|
|Wife:||Unnamed Wife (Deceased)|
|Children:|| Unborn Child|
Bertraud Renaude (Son)
|Affiliations:|| Lord Narcisse|
Renaude and Kenna
|First appearance:||Tempting Fate|
|Portrayed by:||Vincent Nappo|
- " Kenna, I'm so sorry, if there was anything I could do to remove suspicion from you."
- —General Renaude
General Renaude is an associate of Lord Narcisse and has agreed to follow his orders even though Narcisse has no money or power. He has also taken an interest in Lady Kenna, but has since betrayed the crown and allied himself with Louis Condé.
His debut epsiode
General Renaude received notice from Lord Narcisse to come to French Court and bring all his men. After setting out, Renaude saw a young woman spying on their camp. After confronting her, he found she had lost her carriage and was on a mission from Court. Renaude offered her a ride back to the castle.
That night Renaude received a letter telling him to delay his arrival by two days. Then, much to his disappointment he found out the woman, Lady Kenna was married. He ordered his messenger to take her back to court on his behalf.
Before leaving he ran into Kenna, where they had a short make-out together, secretly in the hallway. They talked about their life together, and the possibility of marriage.
Renaude was captured by Louis Condé and his men. Condé then convinced him to become a part of his plans to over take the kingdom by showing him his lost son, Bertraud Renaude. Proving Condé had the backing of England. Renaude agreed for his son.
General Renaude had switched sides, and he and his men planned on attacking, and killing King Francis once inside the walls. However Sebastian and his brother figured out what was happening and were ready. Renaude was locked up for his High Treason and was set to hang until death.
Lady Kenna was with him before his hanging, they said their good-byes and Kenna promised to remember him forever.
- Worked for Lord Narcisse. 
- His son, Bertraud Renaude was taken prisoner during the Battle of Calais. 
|The Plague||Drawn and Quartered||Coronation||The Lamb and the Slaughter||Blood for Blood||Three Queens||The Prince of the Blood||Terror of the Faithful||Acts of War||Mercy||Getaway|
|Banished||Sins of the Past||The End of Mourning||Forbidden||Tasting Revenge||Tempting Fate||Reversal of Fortune||Abandoned||Fugitive||The Siege||Burn|