|Death:||Before City of Glass|
|Distinguishing features:|| Horns |
Extra finger joints
|First appearance:||Clockwork Prince|
|Latest appearance:||The Bane Chronicles|
Ragnor Fell was a warlock. He was the one that Jocelyn Fray went to for help with her problem with Valentine. Fell encouraged her to hide The Book of the White and use a potion to protect herself from Valentine. He lived outside Alicante and was killed by demons sent by Valentine.
Ragnor Fell was born sometime before the 1800s. He lived in London during that time.
Around 1872, a boy named Will Herondale came to The London Institute. He asked the then current head of the Institute, Charlotte Branwell, to tell her if his family ever died. Even though it was illegal for him to ever hear anything about them again, Charlotte agreed. She hired Ragnor Fell to keep an eye on the Herondales and he did. He alerted her to when the family lost their house and moved, at which point he lost track of them. Sometime later, he came back to London and joined the Pandemonium Club, a club where Downworlders and mundanes often mingled.
The Bane ChroniclesEdit
The Infernal DevicesEdit
In Clockwork Prince, he was called on later by Charlotte to keep an eye on the Herondales in York, their new place of residence. He reported to Charlotte that all seemed fine and that he would stay in York to be sure.
The Mortal InstrumentsEdit
City of GlassEdit
Ragnor Fell had already been killed by Valentine Morgenstern's demons by City of Glass. He was killed because he had the secret of waking Jocelyn Fairchild and Valentine didn't want her woken by their daughter. Before he died, he left a fire message for the next warlock to enter the place, in this case it was Magnus Bane, telling them what had happened.
Ragnor Fell was a warlock. His marks were his pale green skin, white hair, pointed horns on his forehead, and extra joints in his fingers.