In a workers camp outside Adelburg, Wrenwig was born the third of Sun's Smile to Birinus, the foreman's courier, and Sebba, a nurse. The days of his boyhood were spent among the constructions of the half-built city helping his aunt Maethel, a horticulturist, in the gardens of the city's to-be college. Eventually his parents set aside their vows though their passion had been long since dimmed; Wrenwig and his mother moved to the new city where she became deeply emotionally wrecked, bearing the brunt of it upon Wrenwig, her only confidant. Some years later Maethel found Wrenwig apprenticeship with clerics at the college, he was a talented scrivener and a quick learner, he soon became a pupil of the college. He spent a few years there and found passion in history and the gardens but the academic lifestyle was not well suited to him, he accepted an offer to serve as scrivener to a military chaplain. On the assignment he learned many things and began formation for the priesthood but after some years his assignment came to an end upon news of aunt Maethel's death, he returned home. He continued his formation and studies though depression fell on him and his mother, he began drinking and gambling. A year past and though the drinking settled down his gambling riled up, he was ordained a deacon in the Church but soon superiors caught wind of his doings and he was put out on a two year sabatical. Later during gambling revelries he came in contact with Renatus nationalists to whom he later suffered a massive lose he could not pay (the group was running gambling affairs to help fund themselves). Having realized by that point they where involved in the coup conspiracies that had the city on it's toes, the only feasible way out he could see was to offer his help and information. He found it not too terrible an option, his blood was of Renatus and he saw the righteousness of the old kingdom in the conspirators and so, among others reasons, he found himself sympathizing with their cause. His offer was accepted and he was made to swear an oath, he gave his help and advised with his intellect and knowledge of the city he acquired as a boy from his father (THE foreman's courier). His advice proved helpful enough in coordinating the coup during which he played a small role delivering information to operatives as an unsuspecting deacon. Afterwards his debt was forgiven once he swore himself to King Canonius. Quickly his sabatical period ended and by then all the conundrum had snapped him out of his despair and broke his gambling habits, he decided not to continue with his formation and in order to escape any trouble sprouting from his involvement he left the city with his mother and got her a place to stay in a town some ways away, he stayed with her for a while then left to travel.