|Appeared in||Justice League vs. Teen Titans|
Teen Titans: The Judas Contract
Teen Titans GO! vs. Teen Titans
Justice League Dark: Apokolips War
Rachel Roth is the daughter of the demon Trigon, an inter-dimensional demon and conqueror, and a human woman Arella on Earth who fell in love with a Satanic cult. After her father destroyed her adoptive world Azarath, she came to Earth and went by the alias Raven. Eventually, she became a member of the Teen Titans with dark magic powers.
- 1 Biography
- 2 Powers and Abilities
- 3 Relationships
- 4 Appearances/Voice Actors
- 5 Behind the scenes
- 6 Trivia
- 7 Gallery
- 8 See Also
During an ancient ceremony, Trigon appeared to the cult as a man. The woman selected to be his bride was impregnated. After she learned the truth about Trigon, she ran away. People from another dimension saved her and took her to their realm, Azarath. Raven was born and rasied there. Due to her parentage, she didn't fit in. Raven came to believe if she knew more about her father, she would be able to make more sense of herself. She accidentally summoned Trigon. He destroyed Azarath and took Raven back to his realm. Raven could hardly bear the horrors she saw there. She learned Trigon wanted to conquer Earth, but needed a powerful conduit to open it to his control. Raven was half-human and could function as his way in. Trigon, however, underestimated Raven's magic. She trapped him within a crystal. She then formed a towering structure around it.
Raven escaped her father's realm and yearned for a home. Starfire took her in at the Titans Tower. The night of the Hall of Justice's unveiling, Raven, now 14 years old, had a nightmare. The next day, during training, Beast Boy asked about it but Raven dismissed it as just dreams. Upon meeting Robin, Raven sensed sadness. The next day, Raven healed Robin after Blue Beetle's Scarab blasted him in the heat of battle. She said the words "Azarath, Metrion, Zinthos" and saw flashes of Robin's past. The Titans escorted Raven to her room to recover. Raven was unable to shake off what she felt from Robin. That night, Raven went outside and cast a protection spell on the team, without their knowledge, from being corrupted by Trigon. Robin appeared and thanked her for healing him. He didn't appreciate the part where she was in his head. She made it clear she wanted to left alone but he asked about the one that looked like a man. Raven dismissed it was a nightmare. Robin wasn't so sure. Raven became irate and told him it was none of his business then went through a portal.
During Starfire's night of mandatory fun at the carnival, Robin and Raven laughed at each other's expense when they found some funhouse mirrors. Raven observed that while he was insufferable, in his heart, he was a kind and generous soul. While watching Beast Boy and Robin compete in a dance-off, the Corruptors reached to Raven to go to the hill beyond the tents. Trigon initiated contact and stated it was their destiny to be together. He reminded her she could bring him to Earth. Raven realized he was still trapped and vowed to fight him at every turn. The Corruptors blasted her. Trigon warned her. He observed how weak and lonely she became, aligning with chattel. It was beneath his contempt and he vowed she would know his glory. The battle spilled over into the carnival. The other Titans came to her aid. Raven informed them the Corruptors were demonic emissaries sent by her father. Eventually, Raven transformed and summoned her soul self, a powerful force within her, and banished the Corruptors from their plane.
Starfire recalled Raven told her she didn't have a father. Raven teleported them to Azarath and explained her past. They returned to the Tower, but Raven decided she was not staying and felt she had to keep moving to throw Trigon off her trail. Robin disagreed and believed she stood a better chance of beating Trigon by staying with the Titans. Batman, Cyborg, Wonder Woman, and Flash suddenly arrived and asked Raven to come with them for questioning. Robin protested and stated the Titans could protect her. Raven refused to leave with the Justice League then realized Trigon wanted them there. The Corruptors appeared and possessed the Leaguers. The Corruptor in control of Wonder Woman informed Raven that Superman unearthed the Infernal Shrine, an ancient structure with magical properties built by Satanists. Another Corruptor stated Raven was the shrine's final piece. The Titans challenged the Corruptors, but were defeated. Raven agreed to go with them if they spared the Titans' lives.
They arrived in the Middle East, 60 miles north of Kahndaq City. Raven went to the shrine and powered it. Raven begged Trigon to spare Earth but he refused. 24 hours later, the Titans and Cyborg boomed to the shrine. They freed Superman first. While he dealt with Wonder Woman and the Flash, the Titans went for Raven but they were too late. Trigon crossed over. While the League tried to hold off Trigon in vain, Raven had a plan. She needed the crystal to trap Trigon again. The Titans and Cyborg went to Trigon's realm. Since the structure around the crystal was shielded, they had to head to it on foot instead of using teleportation. They battled demon spawn then Corruptors, who formed into a hell beast. Raven went ahead and unlocked the structure, but another Corruptor shattered the crystal with a sword. It took on the form of Ra's al Ghul, Robin's deceased grandfather. Trigon vowed to Raven he would make her pathetic friends suffer and soon the souls of Earth would be his. He implored Raven to give up, telling her that she was weak like her mother.
Raven admitted her only weakness was loving him and hoping to be loved in return. She had friends she would give her life for and who gave her love and strength to do the right thing. She chanted and a shard of the crystal rose. Raven projected her soul self to Earth. It appeared beneath Trigon, then engulfed him and dragged him into the shard. Raven knew Trigon would spend every minute trying to escape again. She would return everyone to Earth but she decided to stay and guard the shard. Robin didn't think it was her home and quoted Robert Frost, saying home is the place where when you have to go there, they have to take you in. Raven looked at the shard then decided to go back to the Tower. She wore the shard on her forehead like a chakra. In an ironic way, they could be together as Trigon once said. 10 days later, the Justice League confirmed no more signs of the Corruptors and congratulated them for saving the world and them from Trigon. Trigon ordered Raven to release him and vowed to kill everyone she loved. The Titans partied into the night with Cyborg.
Raven, now fifteen, remained close to Damian. She joked now and then such as after Starfire beat Nightwing during a sparring session. She tried to help Terra with apparent nightmares.
After she was kidnapped by Deathstroke, Raven's powers were transferred to Brother Blood, however, following his defeat her powers were transferred back to her. After Terra's death, Raven mourned her. She gave Damian a puppy who he called Titus.
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Powers and Abilities
- Cambion Powers: Raven has supernatural powers due to her being the daughter of a human woman and a powerful inter-dimensional demonic entity.
- Healing: Raven was able to heal Damian's flesh burns instantaneously, but she passed out of exhaustion as a result.
- Spell Casting: Raven is able to cast very powerful spells.
- Demon Summoning: Raven was able to cast a spell which accidentally summoned her father, Trigon, to Azarath, leading to the dimension's apocalypse. Raven used a pentagram-like symbol on the ground to aid in casting this spell.
- Demon Imprisonment: Raven was even able to cast a powerful spell which trapped the powerful demonic entity, Trigon, in a Sacred Crystal Shard.
- Protection: Raven cast a protection spell on the Teen Titans to protect them from demonic possession.
- Demon Command: As the daughter of Trigon, Raven had command over his demonic minions.
- Empathic Powers: Raven has immense powers of empathy, as shown when she entered the mind of Damian. This interaction allowed her to "feel" bits and pieces of his memories and feelings.
- Demon Sensing: Raven was able to sense incoming demonic beings.
- Energy Constructs: Raven is able to conjure up force fields of mystical violet energy.
- Flight: Raven has the ability to levitate.
- Portal Creation: Raven was able to open a portal to another realm in order to tell the Titans the tale of Azorath and show them the results of Trigon's apocalypse on Azarath.
- Telepathy: Raven was able to read Damian's thoughts upon healing him. She was even able to mentally communicate with Trigon before re-imprisoning him.
- Telekinesis: Raven was able to levitate the Sacred Crystal Shard while she was casting the re-imprisonment spell on Trigon.
- Darkforce Manipulation: Raven was able to summon a dark energy entity to defeat her enemies.
- Trigon - Biological father and enemy.
- Arella - Mother; deceased.
- Starfire - Team leader.
- Beast Boy - Teammate.
- Blue Beetle - Teammate.
- Robin - Teammate and love interest.
- Nightwing - Teammate.
- Terra- Former teammate; deceased.
- Ra's al Ghul- Enemy; deceased.
- Justice League
- Church of Blood
- Deathstroke - Enemy; deceased.
- Titus - Pet.
- Animation (1 film)
- Teen Titans GO! vs. Teen Titans (No dialogue)
- DC Animated Film Universe (3 films)
Behind the scenes
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- Much like the previous version of Raven from the Teen Titans TV show, Raven is only able to stop Trigon once she realizes that her friends accept her despite her heritage.
- However, unlike that version of Raven, who obliterated Trigon, this Raven traps him in personal hell in the gem on her forehead, leaving him screaming to be released.
Justice League vs. Teen Titans
Teen Titans: The Judas Contract
Justice League Dark: Apokolips War