Rukis Croax

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Rukis Croax is an American anthro artist and writer who lives near Greenville, South Carolina, USA.


Rukis is since some years in a bigamous relationship with two childhood friends, a male and a female, though she is referring to their relationship as polyamory.[1] The three resided together in a farm in the state of New York, U.S.A. As of August, 2014, Rukis is a resident of South Carolina near the Greenville area.[2]

Fandom involvement[edit]

She was a guest of honor at Rocky Mountain Fur Con 2011, Furry Weekend Atlanta 2012,[3] Furnal Equinox 2013,[4] and Central Plains Fur Con 2013.[5]

Convention attendance[edit]


Rukis Croax is the creator, writer and illustrator of the Cruelty comic and its sequel Unconditional, and the co-creator, writer and co-illustrator of the Red Lantern comic.

Rukis' first comic, Cruelty, was published by FurPlanet, and debuted at Anthrocon 2010. At 44 pages, Rukis considered this a "practice comic". However, it sold out within the first day of the convention, and Rukis went on to create a sequel (Unconditional).

In 2009 she started Red Lantern. The second volume of the comic, which is planned to be made in four volumes, is currently in writing and is released on Fur Affinity before its printed release which will includes sex scenes. The first volume was co-drawn by Alector Fencer, however she was replaced by Myenia since 2012.

Rukis and Myenia also made a 24-page comic entitled Strong, done in 48 hours only (24 for each) as a challenge.

Other artwork[edit]

In March, 2014, Rukis' adult anthropomorphic art folio Instinct was published by FurPlanet.[6]


Published by FurPlanet, Rukis released her first book titled Heretic in 2013. The book details events in the Red Lantern world preceding the first comic volume.

In 2014, Furplant released her second book in the Red Lantern world, titled Off the Beaten Path. Due the length of the story, it was divided into three books. The second part was released in January 2015 while the third will be released in July 2015. All three are available for pre-order in hardcover editions.


Rukis' artwork for the cover of Kyell Gold's Green Fairy won the 2012 Ursa Major Award for Best Anthropomorphic Published Illustration.[7]

At a ceremony at Morphicon 2015 on May 1, 2015, Rukis' story Off the Beaten Path was awarded the 2014 Ursa Major Award in the category of Best Anthropomorphic Novel.[8]


  1. Real Men Wear Fur: Lachlan Philpott Talks To Anthro Legend Rukis post on Retrieved ?.
  2. Rukis' profile on Fur Affinity. Retrieved August 20, 2014.
  3. Guests of Honor on the Furry Weekend Atlanta 2012 website. (archive on, dated July 5, 2012) Retrieved May 10, 2015.
  4. Tweet on the Furnal Equinox account on Twitter. Dated March 8, 2013. Retrieved January 27, 2014.
  5. Guest of Honor on the Central Plains Fur Con (2013) website. Retrieved February 23, 2015.
  6. Instinct on FurPlanet. Retrieved August 20, 2014.
  7. 2012 Winners on the Ursa Major Award website. Retrieved September 27, 2013.
  8. Award Winners 2014 on the Ursa Major Award website. Retrieved May 2, 2015.

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