Hye is a half-human, half-elf. Based on her unique physiology and her possible nature as having a villainous Name she has lived a long life. This has meant she had to face threats from both elves and heroes, resulting in a hardened killer.
While Hye appears jovial in even the most dire situations, this might just be a mask used to protect herself. Hye has lived a long life and because most of those who can stand as even being close to her equal die young, she tries not to become too attached until they prove they can stay alive against most threats. Despite this rough exterior certain individuals are held dear. These include the memories of both her father and mother, as well as Black, and to a lesser extent the other Calamities.
Amadeus: While not sharing in his vision to change the Role of Praes in creation, Hye became interested in Amadeus because he wasn't boring to her. Eventually the two fell in love, though given their natures it was not a typical kind of love. Hye helped Amadeus form a group known infamously as the Calamities. She left Black and the Calamities when Black was forced to choose between his vision and the love of his life he chose the former.
Archer: Her most skilled apprentice who she personally tasked to go on missions outside of Refuge, the two share many commonalities in terms of combat. In particular, her apprentice also adapts a dual wielding combat style, though unlike Hye, she prioritizes the bow above the blade, whereas Hye seems to prefer her blades.
Squire: Ranger has very little respect for Catherine beside her title as Amadeus' apprentice. Therefore, though she spares Squire and Hierophant from the Summer Queen, unlike the legions who she doesn't bother with, she still doesn't see them as anything but a nuisance. This plays out when Catherine offers to try and help fight the Summer Queen, and is faced with such directed killing intent for the suggestion that she feels the idea as a physical pain, though no wounds are actually made.
Alaya: There is no love lost between the two women, Hye did not like Alaya in the past nor does she in the present. She does not support the empire but has advised her agents not to entangle themselves with Praes. If Black were to rebel however, the Ranger would, without question, support his endeavor over Alays, as suggested by Scribe.
Trismegistus:While not considered a companion by any stretch of the word, the two have a a common respect for one another, mostly revolving around his inability to actually cause her harm, and his ability to make an obstacle course to test her limits. Hye often infiltrates his kingdom for fun and is greeted to a banquet of her favorite foods in his palace. She is the only guest that is able to come and go as she pleases, though this is more to do with her ability to overcome his defences than any true good will on his part.
Hye is half-elf and these traits are reflected in the manner of her features. Moreover, as someone with a sense of identity wrapped up in how effective a hunter she is, she has a body built to capitalize on this, shaped by the effect if her Name. the only notation given on her physical appearance otheriwse is that she is taller than Black and apparently beautiful.
She is incredibly skilled going toe to toe with a feral Captain, as well as single handedly infiltrating the dead king's domain and reaching his palace. She did this in the span of three days without food or water that weren't poisioned, in a country designed to be so lethal the air is dangerous and against forces that have routed Crusades. Once at keter she then fought and killed hundreds of lesser undead, before facing two of the greatest undead, both of which were made from heroes, and still had some of the power of their Names. Her skills are infamous throughout Calernia, as well as across creation. Hye is even respected, and sometimes feared, by the Fae, stealing a Prince of Winter's eye for jewlery and facing and wounding the Queen of Summer in the part of Arcadia that is Summer. She can also kill entire groups of Elves a thousand years old, the Emerald Swords, even when they actively hunt her.
Her early skills are likely due to her mother's training, though she also credits her father, a human male. Since then she has spent more than a hundred years, and possibly much longer, honing her craft against opponents she feels are worth her time, until she can effectively kill gods. Due to her success, as well as reputation as practically unkillable (Masego mentions an exercise of Black and Warlock is to come up with a plan to fight any enemy in Calernia, including the Dead King, Fae, and Elves, they have at least one possible way but when asked how to fight Hye, they simply say "don't") the Ranger controls a small patch of land known as Refuge. In this land her word is law. She trains apprentices, of which there were five at the start of the story, that are each incredibly skilled. Her least talented apprentice, Hunter, was able to go toe to toe with a demon while missing a hand and otheriwse wounded, while her best apprentice helped to capture and kill fae up to the rank of Princess of Summer. Ranger herself has personally challenged the Queen of Summer considering her one of the only two Fae left worthy of being hunted, the other being the King of Winter. In the case of Summer, she even initiated this fight in Arcadia in Summer territory near the capital.
Her Name as Ranger is a martial name that works to increase her already impressive skills, as well as help with the aspects like infliltration. It is unknown if her abilities can affect magic based skills as well as martial based skills, as thus far most of her techniques have been wielded against martial based names such as Captain or the Sage of the West, though it is noteworthy that she stopped a magical attack from the Queen of Summer simply by raising her blades. Her aspects are: Learn, Perfect, and Transcend.
Learn: An alternative of the common aspect that Squire's learn where in they can only apply learn to things trying to actually be taught, and not hing involving direct combat. Ranger is able to learn techniques that her enemies use, but more importantly, there appears to be no effective limitation on how much she can learn in martial skill. However just learning a move does not mean her body is accustomed to using it, or even physically meant to, so she has to be careful to use techniques she is sure will work.
Perfect: Allows her to perfectly execute any martial move that her enemy has used, and to perfect any she hasn't herself already mastered..
Transcend: Allows her to overcome the previous users use of a technique allowing her to improve upon a technique, taking it beyond the normal limits that apply.