Its a small critique, but I was reading the Moravar entry and you make two references to foxes in subsequent sentences.
"...His eyes are dark, his features narrow and fox-like. He is as silent as the hare and as cunning as the fox."
I like the image you are trying to paint, but this made me stop for a second and kind of muddied the water for me. Maybe try using other animals to compare him to?
For what it is worth, I don't think of a fox as a hunter but more of something that is hunted. You might get the same imagery by comparing his features to a wolf or even an ocelot/leopard.