In the story The Most Dangerous Game, Rainsford is a strong, logical, and brave hunter.
I hunt men.
We know that Rainsford is strong and determined because he swam all the way to the shore after he fell off the boat.
The only way you're leaving this island is if we go hunting.
Then I guess we're going hunting.
Page seven states,"Ten minutes of determined effort brought another sound to his ears- the most welcome he had ever heard- the muttering and growling of the sea breaking on a rocky shore." This shows how after all the hard work Rainsford did, he made it to shore.
When Rainsford says,"Hunting? General Zaroff, what you speak of is murder," he was being logical because killing people just for the fun of it is not civilized.
On page 17 the author wrote," 'I wish to go today' said Rainsford... 'Tonight,' said the general,'we will hunt - you and I.' "
That shows how Rainsford is brave because he was willing to do anything, even be killed, to get away from Zaroff.