"Good grief - I'm an idiot magnet!"
―Sprint Render upon seeing Shawn Duet[src]

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He served as Bronze Leader in the Battle of Nom Crustacia.




A young Sprint enjoying a drink at The Angry Forcefield.

Early LifeEdit


Battle over DaftooineEdit

Saving DuetEdit

New CrewmatesEdit

Encounter on DaftooineEdit

Attack on Cypress IIIEdit


Sprint, caught in Rhast's Paralyzer field on Cypress III.


The Golden NuggetEdit

Helping Guy-GoneEdit


Search for AnswersEdit

To be revealed in Return of the Smuggler!

Mission to Twilight StationEdit

To be revealed in Return of the Smuggler!


To be revealed in Return of the Smuggler!

Skirmish Over DaftooineEdit

To be revealed in Return of the Smuggler!

Confronting RhastEdit

To be revealed in Dark Equilibrium!

Battle on the GroundEdit

To be revealed in Dark Equilibrium!

Running the Spiff BlockadeEdit

To be revealed in Dark Equilibrium!


To be revealed in Dark Equilibrium!

Personality & TraitsEdit

Talents & AbilitiesEdit


Sprint Render's first gunEdit

Sprint Render's second gunEdit


Smuggler Outfit (I)Edit

Smuggler Outfit (II)Edit

Render's ShipsEdit

The Rusty EagleEdit

Alternate TimelineEdit

In an alternate timeline in which Exor was killed, Sprint and his companions were rescued from Geneosmosis by Only-One aboard the D.S.X. Machina. Sprint later joined the resistance against the Dictator, and led the fleet in the space battle over Croissant and attacking the Doom Ball. This timeline was corrected by Guy-Gone Prime, when he travelled back to warn his younger self, and subsequently prevent the death of Exor.

Behind the ScenesEdit

Sprint Render was played by Wes Stacey. He is not particularly a parody on any specific character, though his name parodies Dash Rendar. He was added in the Spoof Wars Special Edition release as a new character - a friend of Duet's that would lead a smuggler's fleet to help the Eon Vulture. In the Tales of the Jebi films, due to the initial lack of the Shawn Duet character, he served as the new pilot/navigator that was for some reason ferrying Guy-Gone and Typhon around for no reason. His character, like Only-One, is one of the few generally serious characters in the series. His costume was upgraded in Return of the Smuggler, as was his gun. Due to less than ideal prop storage, Sprint has actually worn over six different pairs of shades throughout the series.

Sprint is the only character to appear in every live action installment of Spoof Wars.

Cancelled SequelsEdit

In The Adventures of Shawn Duet, Sprint would have been shot down over Taboo by a mysterious ship. Forced to land, he would have joined Duet, Typhon and Mobacca on their adventure, and they would have used the remaining parts from the detroyed Eon Vulture to repair the Rusty Eagle. He was not set to appear in any of the three major cancelled sequels.


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