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PostSubject: Raven (WIP)(Canon character)   Sun Apr 24, 2011 3:24 am

Rachael "Raven" Roth


Full Name:Rachael Roth
Alias(es):Rae, The Gem
Birth date: October 31st
Classification:Alien: Species: Azarian/Human


Hair Color:Purple
Eye Color:Violet
Weight:95 lbs
Other:Gem on her forehead


Major: Telekinesis: Raven can move objects with her mind, projecting her dark magical, mystical energy upon them, once telling Cyborg that she places a part of herself into the object she moves, implying this may be an extension of her soul-self. Though the upper limits of this ability has not been explicitly shown, Raven is capable of lifting and throwing objects many dozen times her own body weight, up to nearly two tons of rock, on one instance.

Astral Projection: Raven can project her soul from her corporeal form at will, usually in an energy form of her physical shape or as a black raven (which she is named after). In her soul-self, Raven is capable of traversing through dimensional boundaries, transporting herself and four others over vast distances, phase through almost all kinds of physical barriers, ranging from solid obstacles to walls of fire, disperse visions of the future, dispel physical manifestations of suppressed fears, overwhelm projectors of vast psionic energies, mentally attack and stun another, enter and see into the mind of another, including observing their emotions and memories and communicate to the person, take control temporarily over a willing personís body and experience whatever the person is experiencing, escape from perilous situations by flying away, physically grasp others in midair or assail others, reach back in time through a swirling lightning-filled vortex-portal back five millennia to return another back to the time and place he originated from, project the soul-self as a physical solid barrier capable of deflecting rain (a form of energy-umbrella), while simultaneously retain her own soul within her body. The soul-self has been known to gain red and black when Raven releases a particularly great surge of power through it or when she is unleashing emotions of intense rage or fear, as well as appear in a shape identical to that of Ravenís physical form, albeit composed of pure dark energy. A smaller version of the soul-self in green can be conjured by Raven without projecting her own spirit after an intense positive emotional upsurge and being tutored in centuries of potent mystical lore. Ravenís powers can take on the form of white energy, as shown in four separate occasions, from the breaking of her inner mind from insanity without friendship, Ravenís soul-self takes on a pure-white form to envelop Trigon, forever cleansing his stain on her world and Arellaís, undoing all the harm he had wrought, her greatest feat in the entire series. Furthermore, Raven is capable of extending the soul-selfís individual body parts through her own corporeal body. Raven at times uses her mantra to project the soul-self, yet many times has been shown to be capable of projecting it through mere will alone.

Dark Magic:Azarath Metrion Zinthos (Main spell and mantra commonly utilized by Raven to help focus, control and enhance her tremendous yet dangerous mystical powers, usually followed by projection of visible dark energy and any of a vast number of feats; if Raven is prevented from uttering this spell, at times she apparently is unable to activate her powers; also used by Raven and others in meditation. Raven has performed a variety of spells including.

Hezberek Et Morine...Gost Wenthen Verbis Nex...Ind Obrium Bis Pendrule...Paran Sic Cortis Rex! (An extremely potent spell taught by Malchior to Raven to revoke the binding enchantment that sealed him within Rorek's enchanted book; performed within a ring of open tomes and volumes while simultaneously gesturing over the spellbook that contains this spell, causing the books to shine with blinding white light which will enfold the one in mystical captivity and release him within seconds)

Aldruon Enlenthra Nalthos Sola Narisnor! (A curse more ancient than Malchior himself used by Rorek to entrap him into his enchanted book by projecting a stream of white energy that overpowers Malchior's fiery breath and locked his entire being, body and soul, into the book, a lock neither Rorek's own magic over a millennia nor Raven's own powers before her training could unravel or bypass; Raven uses the same ten centuries later through her dark energy to again seal Malchior into the book)

Azarath Metrion Zinthos...Carazon Rakashas Endere...Vaserix Endrien Azararth...Azarath, AZARATH! (An incantation utilized by Raven while sitting in a circle of magical sand from two flasks in her possession and a ring of lit candles around the circle, with bluish-white light pouring from the ring of sand and forming into a cylindrical barrier that reaches all the way to the ceiling of Raven's room, opening a swirling vortex-portal, which will bring Raven into a dimensional tunnel leading directly to Azarath, with this tunnel still susceptible to Trigon's attacks, though a magical seal will bar out all threats; Raven claimed even Trigon could not prevent her from "leaving", at least thus)

Ciro...Enyawd...Vasarix...Zinthos...Metrion...Azarath! (A spell from a passage in one of Raven's spellbooks in Teen Titans Go! #24, which she believed would reverse the effects of the damaged mystic gem of the Master of Games, which had sowed great chaos amongst the Titans by switching their powers and costumes with one another; however, instead it caused even more chaos by further changing all the Titans, including her, inciting such ire that Raven was forced to flee at speed in order to escape their rage-fueled clutches)

Azarath Metrion Zinthos...Kalazon Racashos Endarath...Vasirix Zendrien Azarath...Azarath! (A spell used by Raven in the Teen Titans Go! #44 issue, spoken while opening a mystic door in her bedroom in Titans Tower, leads at first into a white void, then into the dimension Azarath exists within)

Minor: Dark Energy Constructs: In many episodes, it is shown that Raven can make a variety of energy constructs from her dark energy, ranging from walls to flying platforms to claws to projectiles to shields (usually dome-shaped), with these constructs temporary and subject to her will. It is also showed that she can make these fields into platforms and move them. Raven is able to raise shields with an extremely high degree of invulnerability to damage from nearly any kind of assault, be it physical or energy-based (magical or not) in nature, though the durability of these shields have been shown to vary due to a variety of unclear factors.


Likes:Alone time to herself, Being with her friends, Creepy places, Depressing Cafes, Herbal Tea, Horror Movies, Meditation, Pizza, Reading.

Dislikes:Anyone who goes into her bedroom, Beast Boy's jokes, Loosening up in general, Trigon.

Raven fears few things allowing her to do many things others may be more unwilling to do. Her mental powers allow her to fight long-distance battles as well as close combat battles as it is seen that she can hold her own in a fist. Some of her verbal spells are extremly powerful especially those taught to her by Malchior.

Weaknesses:Raven's main weakness is letting go of her emotions, especially anger. Terra found this out from Beast Boy and used it to her advantage in Aftershock - Part 1 to drown Raven in mud. Even though her anger seems powerful, it could potentially corrupt her, leaving her very vulnerable to attacks with more power than her own. It also seems she can keep perfect control of her powers while exhibiting her emotions, as seen in Spellbound. Raven is radiant with happiness and love, yet she is still able to control her powers with ease. As seen in Fear Itself, if Raven supresses her fear, she is unable to connect with her powers until she admits she is truly afraid. Her ultimate weakness is her anger. Other emotions aren't as earth trembling as Raven's temper. Her anger is in the form of Trigon inside her mirror in Nevermore, then after defeated (to a point) the anger turns to another one of her, with her father's eyes and a red cloak. Anger is what changes her from her regular self to her demonic side practically every time. Another weakness is her dependence on her main spell. If a gag is placed over her mouth, she cannot connect with her powers until the gag is removed.


Raven tends to be akward around people

Personality:Raven is one of the most mysterious characters throughout the Teen Titans series. She is cold, quiet, emotionless, studious and sarcastic. She can always come up with a witty remark, specifically in reply to most of Teen Titans' antics and attempts at humor. Her appearance and attitude appears to be that of a typical modern goth female. However, as much as she may seem distant and anti-social, producer Sam Register describes her as, "She's a dark character - but a character everyone can relate to. She's a recluse and sort of to herself. We thought that would be a good dynamic with the rest of the team. She does have a dark background in the comic." Raven is often portrayed as the most mature member of the group, often giving sage advice to the others about various subjects, and generally staying calm even in desperate situations. She is, however, also the most emotionally-restrained of the Titans, appearing secretive and distant; she initially does not allow any of her fellow Titans into her room and spends most of her time by herself, usually meditating or reading one of her numerous books. The reason for her emotional restraint is due to the adverse effects her emotions have on her powers. If her emotions become out of control, her powers can become erratic and spontaneous, becoming active without her will. In the course of the series, however, she gradually, if only slightly, seems to warm up to her teammates. As shown through her quick suspicion of Terra, it is difficult for Raven to build trust for anyone, and even more difficult to truly forgive if that trust should be broken, even not hesitating to kill (or at least attempt to do so to the very best of her ability) the one who had betrayed her trust. In several instances throughout the show, contrary to her usual behavior, she does show more emotion - such as making "heart eyes" along with Starfire at the appearance of Aqualad in "Deep Six" (though this is mostly used for comedic effect). Furthermore, Raven is known to sometimes be shocked at trivial things. One occasion on which this happens is the episode Overdrive, when Cyborg defeats Raven in a game of chess after installing the Maximum 7 in his brain. At this occasion her entire face and outfit turns white (also probably for comedic effect). Another instance is in the episode "Winner Take All", where Raven, while playing a game of cards, comically gasps at the impressive sets of cards the rest of the Titans have in their disposal. Despite her seemingly unfriendly attitude, Raven does indeed care greatly about the people she is attached to, as prominently displayed in the episode "Hide and Seek". Initially having little or no patience with Melvin, Timmy Tantrum, and Teether, Raven grows to love (or at least, enjoy their company) them, risking her own life to protect them from the Brotherhood of Evil, even calling them her kids. She also comes to regard the rest of the Titans as her closest friends and family. Finally, there are many instances where Raven is portrayed as the most understanding friend among the Titans. In the episode "Car Trouble", while seemingly uninterested towards Cyborg's T-Car initially, Raven is ultimately the only one who approaches and comforts him, even going as far as to assist in rebuilding the destroyed car. Overall, Raven is not coldhearted, it just simply takes longer for her to open up and show her true colors. Raven is often portrayed as the most serious and pessimistic member of the Titans, and she generally regards everything in a "black and white" manner. For example, in the episode "Final Exam", when Beast Boy desperately asks Raven for words of comfort after their crushing defeat against the members of the H.I.V.E Academy, Raven tersely states that the Titans have to accept the situation, no matter how grave it is. In the episode "Divide and Conquer", she reacts to Cyborg's leaving of the Titans with little to no resentment, stating that people come and go by. In the continuing episodes of "The End", Raven surrenders herself in to her demonic father Trigon in order to fulfill the prophecy that she thought she had no way to prevent. However, Raven also appeared to still have retained hope to certain degree that the lord of evil could be stopped, as she forcibly injected each of her friends with a portion of her own power to shield them and give them one last chance to save the world. It is then, ironic, that it was what had motivated her to surrender nearly all hope that ultimately destroyed Trigon. After banishing away Trigon from her soul and from the world, Raven's personality seems to change for the better, as she grows to be less pessimistic and less anti-social. However, she still despises Beast Boy's corny jokes and enjoys reading in solitude, implying that her personality was not affected very much by her semi-demonic origin.


Place of Origin:Azarath
Current City:Jump City
History:Little is known of the precise circumstances in which Raven was conceived by Trigon and Arella, her birth parents in the Teen Titans series, but at some point, Raven left the safety of her birthplace, Azarath to go to that of her mother's, Earth. Apparently Trigon had already mated with Arella, who somehow reached Azarath to help herself and her daughter and to spare Earth, likely with the aid of the benevolent monk Azar, part of the ancient mystic order who first banished the demon. Raven's childhood on Azarath was mostly spent training with the monks in the art of meditation and magic in order keep the dark powers she inherited from her father under control. As such she was forced to repress any intense emotion, resulting in a stoic demeanor and unemotional personality. At some point in her childhood, Raven learned of her dreadful destiny connected to her birth, and eventually seeking to flee it, she arrived in Jump City, where she met several super-powered youths fighting a rampaging alien girl. Raven managed to discern the girl's true reason for her demolition work and convinced the others into a more peaceful approach, which won them the alien's friendship. Despite Raven's obvious insecurity, the others invited her into joining them defeat the truly hostile aliens in this game - namely the Gordanians, who had attempted to enslave the girl , and her presence proved ultimately essential to the motley crew's triumph over the Gordanians. Afterwards, the group decided to stay together and formed the original Teen Titans. Though Raven, still feeling alienated from her new friends, remained distant to them, the other Titans soon came to learn more about her origins. First, Beast Boy and Cyborg inadvertently ended up stranded inside Raven's own mind, where they met the personifications of her separated emotional aspects and also encountered and fought the manifestation of Trigon's heritage inside her. Soon afterward, a backfired plot by the Puppet King left Raven and Starfire stuck in each other's body, creating a new sense of empathy between the girls. Finally, when Robin was haunted by a drug-induced hallucination of his enemy Slade, Raven linked with his mind and saw glimpses of Robin's past, including his initiation by Batman and the death of his parents. Raven helped the Titans for years, working alongside the other four to protect Jump City from villainous menaces. She was consistently invaluable to their success. Eventually, however, Raven's past caught up with her: On her birthday, Slade (who had been presumed dead) reappeared, wielding new powers and marked with a symbol which Raven could not fail to recognize. Slade deliberately led the Titans to the place where Raven's true destiny was to be fulfilled to serve as a living portal for Trigon to conquer Earth. Seeing no other choice, Raven finally told her teammates the truth about her past - but instead of being rejected, the other Titans remained with her and took the greatest pains to prevent this from happening. Slade and an army of Trigon's fire demons attacked Titans Tower to fetch Raven. The Titans decided to fight him, but Raven, unwilling to see her dearest friends hurt on her behalf, knocked them out of the fight and secretly imbued them with some of her powers to protect them from the apocalypse to come. When the portal was opened with her powers, Raven was apparently consumed, but in fact her human half remained alive in Trigon's domain, regressed to childhood and left powerless. Left in a world turned into a living horror, the Titans still refused to give up without a fight. With some help from Slade (who had been betrayed by Trigon) Robin made his way to Trigon's underworld, found Raven and took her back to the surface, even though she was spiritually shattered by her role in the shaping of events. Finally, the Titans and Slade faced Trigon in a final onslaught. But even as they were struck down, Raven realized that all was not hopeless, and this sparked her low spirits back into life and let her regain her powers and her true age. Under her new-found righteous wrath, she used the sum of her powers to destroy Trigon, reverting Earth back to the way it was and finally ridding herself from the last vestiges of her dreaded heritage.

Sample RP Raven's Mirror Part 2

Cyborg! Give me back the controller, it's no fair if you beat me holding both of them!" Beastbboy yelled to Cyborg as he held the controller high up in the air. Robin yet again had blasted up his music to drown out the noise and Starfire was singing some annoying tamaranian folksong. The only one silent was Raven who was trying to meditate with little success. Then finally she snapped. "WOULD YOU ALL JUST SHUT UP! Raven shouted furiously as she stormed back into her room. What's eating her? Cyborg asked sort of fearfully.

The next morning...

Beastboy had been making breakfast yet again and like usual it was all tofu. "Wakey, wakey, tofu eggs and bakey!" Beastboy called out. Raven finally had left her room for some breakfast. But unlucky for Beastboy he tripped over Cyborg's foot and the tofu eggs went flying. They landed on Raven's face and she was now in a worse mood than the previous night. She punched BB in the face and he flew back a bit as she stormed out yet again. "Beastboy, you might want to apologize to Raven." Robin suggested as BB got up off the ground. Back in her room Raven was meditating using her mirror that was connected to her mind. Inside was a desolate wasteland with a red skyline but it couldn't be seen from outside the mirror. [color=purple]"Azarath Metrion Zinthos Ciro Enyawd Vasirix Azarath." Raven continued to chant as she meditated. But suddenly had to go the bathroom so she left her room unattended. Though Beastboy went to apologize to her and brought Starfire along with him in case Raven was still angry. He knocked on the door to Raven's room lightly and then quickly backed away saying. "Oh well I guess she's not here." "Beastboy don't be so afraid, she couldn't have heard that knock with such small ears now could she?" (This is just sounds like something Starfire would say.) And she pounded on the door but on the third hit it fell to the ground, and they walked in. Starfire picked up Raven's mirror off her bed and started looking in it. Beastboy noticed this and tried to warn her but it was too late as the red vortex began to suck them in. "Not again!"
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