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I promised a special kid I'd protect you.
—Raine to Eda, "King's Tide"

Raine Whispers is a supporting character in The Owl House. They are the Head Witch of the Bard Coven, and the partner of Eda Clawthorne. They founded a small rebel group known as the Bards Against the Throne, with the intention of liberating wild witches who don't want to be forced to join a coven under Emperor Belos' rule. Using their new position within the coven system, they planned to sabotage the system from the inside and stop the Day of Unity from happening. After reuniting with Eda in their adulthood, Raine and Eda coordinated the BATs' efforts against Emperor Belos. However, when a run-in with the other Coven Heads results in the capture of BATs, Raine's cover was blown and they were placed in a magical stasis, but not before helping Eda escape from custody.

Raine is later released and resumes work under the emperor, supposedly now kept in line by brainwashing thanks to drinking tea tampered with by Terra Snapdragon. In reality, Raine fakes the brainwashing to continue their investigation in secret. Together with other mutual Coven Heads, they rebuild the rebel cell and recruit witches to save the Boiling Isles before the Day of Unity. Raine eventually re-recruits Eda and company into the new group, which they restructure into the Covens Against the Throne. When the Day of Unity finally arrives, Raine and the Coven Heads are forced to power the Draining Spell; Raine ultimately severs Eda's sigil-branded arm to protect her from the effects of the spell, before passing out along with the other depowered heads.

Raine is later turned into a puppet by the Collector after the events of the Day of Unity and is locked in the Archive House. However, Belos takes control of Raine's puppet form as a host to manipulate the Collector under the guise of Raine.



Raine is a middle-aged witch with medium brown skin and mint-green hair with white streaks near the bottom. They have darker mint green eyebrows, and green eyes.

In "Watching and Dreaming", as a result of Belos's possession, they gained tear-esque scars running down their cheeks, as well as additional scarring on their lower right ear and right arm. Their hair has also grown longer and bushier.

In the epilogue, their hair has turned fully white, is slightly shorter, and styled differently.


Raine wears large round glasses, a gray earring on their right ear, and a cloak similar to Hunter's.

In "Eda's Requiem", they are shown to be wearing an altered version of the BATs uniform: a long, black tunic with a maroon collar, gold trim, three gold buttons, a brown belt, crimson pants and black, knee-high boots.

In "Hunting Palismen," they wore a white cloak over their head with the Bard sigil on the neck over their current outfit.

In the epilogue of "Watching and Dreaming", they have salmon-pink rimmed glasses and wear earrings similar to Eda's gold ones. They wear a pale gray tunic with pointed gold clasps, and baggy, high-waisted cuffed mahogany pants with an orange belt. They wear shoulder pads, a mint green cloak with dark green trim and notch lapels and laced brown dress shoes. A ribbon depicting the Titan's skull, the bottom of which being reddish pink with maroon trim, can be seen on the left side of their cloak.


At first glance, Raine is timid and easily flustered. Despite being the current Head Witch of the Bard Coven, Raine ironically suffers from stage fright and struggles with making public speeches, as seen in their Head Witch initiation ceremony. Like Eda, Raine values magical freedom and opposes Emperor Belos' methods of controlling magic by force under the Coven System.

Despite their shyness, Raine's true self shines in their cause. A capable leader and skilled tactician, Raine is not afraid to make hard choices and ask hard questions. They are crafty and resourceful, having executed multiple raids against the Emperor's Coven, and almost succeeding in infiltrating Emperor Belos' mind. Raine is very successful at deception as well, fooling everyone, even Eda, that they were in support of the emperor, in order to throw off suspicion.

Raine is shown to be extraordinarily selfless and determined. They spent months pretending to be under Terra Snapdragon's control, endured Terra's constant mistreatment placidly, even though Terra was condescending and cruel, and even reluctantly fighting Eda in order to maintain their cover as a brainwashed coven head. In all these, Raine is willing to do anything for their cause, no matter how much it may cost them emotionally.

They are also playful and fun-loving, evidenced by the fact they went out of their way to name their rebel sect the CATs (Covens Against the Throne) much to the despair of their new ally Darius Deamonne, their shameless teasing of Eda, their joking around with the Bards Against the Throne, and their love of messing with Coven Scouts.

Raine's belief in freedom was so strong that they were also willing to sacrifice themself to take out Eberwolf and Darius Deamonne in "Eda's Requiem" in order to prevent the Day of Unity and save all the witches. However, upon noticing that Eda had children, they stopped the spell, and decided theirs and Eda's sacrifice was ultimately not worth it. This choice ended up being the right one for Raine, as Eberwolf and Darius eventually became their allies upon learning they all shared a mutual enmity against Belos.


Early life

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Raine and Eda at IFWOT

Raine Whispers was once a Bard student of St. Epiderm and participated in the Instructing Future Witches of Tomorrow program on two previous occasions in order to earn scholarships for their school. Though a brilliant witch, Raine found IFWOT to be boring, and seeing the same faces did little to stave off their boredom. In their third IFWOT, Raine met a humorous and troublesome Hexside witch named Edalyn Clawthorne, and they helped her through various activities.

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Raine and Eda attacking Terra.

The exam proctor, Terra Snapdragon, upped the ante by forcing the students to play a game of Covens versus Wilds as the final challenge. Raine was assigned as a "Wild Witch" while Eda was a "Coven Witch", forcing the two to be on opposing sides. Raine lasted the longest of the Wild Witches, and then they got cornered, Eda, betrayed her teammates, leaving the two friends to face off against each other. However, instead of attacking each other, Raine and Eda cooperated to launch an attack on the proctor instead. Unexpectedly, Terra was amused by their behavior and took a particular liking to Raine, but she gave out no ribbons to the students.

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Raine and Eda at Hexside.

After the event, Raine transferred to Hexside School of Magic and Demonics and would form a close friendship with Eda, eventually becoming romantic partners.[4][5][6] Years after, during their young adult years, Eda had a penchant for hiding her problems and often claimed that she was fine despite the contrary. Because of this, Raine reluctantly broke up with Eda and made the announcement that they were joining the Bard Coven.

Though they had somewhat witnessed the effects of her curse, Eda pushed Raine away and refused to let them into her life.[6] Despite their breakup, Raine kept Eda's advice close to heart.[7] After that, Eda hired a spy to keep an eye on them and keep track of Raine's life for the next few years.[8]

Joining the Bard Coven

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Raine learning of the true corruption of the Coven System.

After becoming a teacher for the Bard Coven, Raine took notice of how the emperor forced witches to join covens against their will. Seeing that this wasn't right, they patiently rose through the ranks until eventually becoming leader of the Bard Coven, succeeding the retired Scooter Crane. Inspired by the advice Eda gave them in the past, Raine also found like-minded witches to join their cause and secretly created a small rebel group called the "Bards Against the Throne" (or The BATs) to help wild witches escape from being forced into a coven. To keep their identity hidden from their peers, Raine dons a bat-like mask while conducting raids.[7] Raine is present with the rest of the Coven Heads, while Emperor Belos shows them a vision of the Day of Unity.[9]

Leading the BATs

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Raine as leader of the BATs.

Raine and the BATs use their bard magic to stop two members of the Emperor's Coven from capturing a coven-less witch but are met with resistance once backup arrives and uses earmuffs to negate their bard magic. Luckily, Eda helps the group escape via a sewer system and expresses her desire to join their group. At first, Raine refuses the offer, but after getting unmasked by their old friend, Raine changes their mind, assuring their fellow BATs that Eda is an old friend of theirs and an inspiration for the BATs' formation.

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Raine lets Eda join the BATs.

Though powerless, Eda's experience as a crafty outlaw aid in the success of the BATs' recent raids. After a successful raid, Eda asks her old friend how they managed to become a Head Witch with their stage fright, and Raine playfully responds, "I'm just that good." They then ask Eda if she still remembers any bard spells. Though she is hesitant to perform due to her curse, Raine summons Eda's cittern, and Eda begins to play "Raine's Rhapsody." The curse causes Eda's Bard magic to corrupt and destroy the objects around her, and Raine notices their earring beginning to disintegrate. She stops playing, jokingly referring to the song as "Eda's Requiem" due to its destructive effects.

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Raine plays "Raine's Rhapsody".

The next day, Raine gets a tip about another raid and calls for Eda's assistance. They, along with the rest of the BATs, follow said tip into the woods, but unfortunately, Amber, Derwin, and Katya get captured, revealing that it was a trap set by Head Witches Darius Deamonne and Eberwolf of the Abomination and Beast Keeping covens. Eda and Raine manage to hide from the two Head Witches and even distract them long enough for Raine to set up a plan; the Day of Unity requires all nine Head Witches, and Raine proposes that they take out both Eberwolf and Darius to impede with Emperor Belos' plans. To achieve this, Raine weaponizes Eda's curse by playing a duet with her, causing everything around them, including themselves, to shrivel and die. Both witches intend to sacrifice themselves to stop Belos, but once a photo of Eda with Luz and King flies out of her hair, Raine stops playing and questions if Eda has kids. They realize that Eda is running away from Luz and King, but just as she told them to give their problems a whack in the face, Raine advises her to not give up so easily, adding that both Luz and King still need her.

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Kikimora seals Raine using their coven brand.

Unfortunately, Darius and Eberwolf manage to find and capture both Eda and Raine, though Raine manages to break free and hold off the Head Witches while Eda flees. While the Head Witches are distracted by a Penstagram stream, Raine manages to break free from their restraints and run, only to be captured by Kikimora and the Abomaton 2.0. Raine expects to be petrified for their treason, but because finding a new Head Witch would be too much of a hassle, Kikimora instead activates Raine's coven sigil, which encases them in glowing red tendrils until a new course of action could be taken with them before the Day of Unity.[7]

A New Cover

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Raine being given their "medicine" by Terra.

Since their capture, Raine continues to work with the emperor as if they never led the BATs, thanks to Terra Snapdragon's apparent brainwashing of them with a special tea, which she routinely gave them. However, before drinking this tea, Raine had been using the technique they acquired in their youth of whistling into the tea in order to change its chemistry using Bard magic. In addition, so as to not blow their cover, they had been faking headaches and pretending not to remember select recent events. This is all in order to further investigate Belos' plans and stop him without anyone suspecting them, but they are reluctant to bring Eda into all this for her own safety.[8][4]

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Raine fighting Eda after their abduction at the Coven Day Parade.

After their supposed recovery, Raine is assigned to perform in the annual Coven Day parade, which they are reluctant to do due to their stage fright and introversion, which Kikimora is able to relate to. Later, during their performance, Raine is captured by Eda, who is relieved at their recovery after Eberwolf and Darius' capture of them. However, so as to not blow their cover, Raine is forced to act cold and distant towards Eda as if they have not spoken since their breakup, as well as pretend to have lost their memory of their recent reunion, which confuses and angers Eda, and the two end up in a duel. Although Raine refrains from using their full strength against Eda, they are forced to pull her aside when she plays a recording of their duet in an attempt to jog their memory of the prior events. As their duel begins to draw the attention of nearby Coven Scouts, Raine hands Eda her fallen invisibility glyph and tells her to stay away, warning her not to contact them again. When the scouts arrive to find Raine in the alleyway where the duel occurred and express concern for them, they claim they are alright, subtly wiping a tear, and join the scouts in heading back to the parade.[8]

Conspiring with the Heads

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Raine holds the plans for a Draining Spell.

One night, after Raine had pretended to take their tea to Terra, Darius informs Raine about the Draining Spell and suggests Eda's curse might be able to corrupt the spell and stop it. However, Raine is reluctant to get Eda involved and rejects the idea.[4]

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Raine, Darius, and Eberwolf about to enter the emperor's mind.

A week before the Day of Unity, Raine, Darius, and Eberwolf attempt to enter Belos's mind, however the group is stopped by Hunter, leading he and Luz Noceda enter Belos's mind instead. The three watch The Owl House from a distance and help Eda and King create a potion to get Luz and Hunter out of Belos's mind.[10]

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Raine speaking to Eda.

A few days later, they are instructing some Coven Scouts via Crystal Ball and are surprised to find Eda. They unintentionally let Eda know they remember her, and Eda begs them to get Luz and King to safety. However, Terra interrupts before they can respond. After Eda and Luz are arrested, they, the BATs, Steve, Darius, Eberwolf, Hooty, and Lilith meet up with the two and they form a plan to stop the Draining Spell. When explaining the operation to Luz, they and the others perform their team's battle cry, much to the annoyance of Darius.[11]

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Raine watching as Eda is branded.

Within hours of the eclipse, the CATs devise a plan to stop the Draining Spell. They plan on having Eda masquerade as Raine and be branded with a Bard sigil and using Eda's curse to stop the Draining Spell. As the CATs prepare to head out, Luz makes them promise to her to protect Eda. As they get close to the Head, Steve uses a Concealment Stone to mask Eda as Raine and advises her not to talk as the stone will not mask her voice. Raine tries to talk Eda out of it, but she refuses. Soon, Steve brands Eda.[12]

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Raine removing Eda's arm.

At the Head, Raine stays hidden with the rest of the CATs as Eda goes up with Darius and Eberwolf. However, Belos already knows of their plan and Raine is dragged to the circle, soon Darius and Eberwolf try to fight, but are quickly subdued. Soon Raine is put in place and the Draining Spell commences. As it starts, they silently tell Terra that the true purpose of the Day of Unity was a lie. As Eda's curse progressively disintegrates her, Raine removes her newly branded arm and it crumbles away, keeping their promise to Luz, and passes out.[13]

Puppet and Possession

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Raine and the other Coven Heads, save for Terra, as puppets guarding Eda.

After the Collector stops the Draining Spell, they wakes up and greet Eda. Raine watches as Eda takes flight and goes to confront the Collector, however, her curse takes hold and she is locked in the Archive House. Raine and the other Coven Heads, with the exception of Terra, are turned into puppets and tasked with guarding Eda, attacking if she tries to escape. Soon Eda is given elixir and she would sneak out of her cage to visit Raine.

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Raine possessed by Belos.

Months later, Odalia Blight, who made a deal with the Collector to avoid becoming a puppet, casts a spell on Raine's puppet to do her work for her. Not long after they are possessed by Belos, who uses Raine as a means to control the Collector, lying to the Collector's and saying his love brought them to life.[14]

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Raine fighting off part of Belos as he makes his way to the heart.

After Belos learns that the Titan is still alive and is very powerful, he convinces the Collector to play with the three, setting out to the castle. Along the way, Raine regains control and breaks the spell. However, Belos is still possessing them and they make their way to the castle. After arriving, Raine kicks Belos out of their body and, after realizing he is going to possess the Titan, they follow Belos to the throne room. As Belos claws his way to the heart, Raine attempts to create a shield to defend it, breaking their violin in the process. However, a fragment of Belos attaches to the heart and he mocks them for their failure.

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Raine agreeing to work with Eda, King, and Luz to stop Belos.

Raine is pinned to the wall and rescued by Luz- in her half-titan form, Eda, and King, joining them in taking down Belos. They, Eda, and King, fend off Belos's infection as Luz rips Belos from the heart. The castle collapses, with none of Raine's companions or themself injured. As Belos pleaded with Luz to help him, King, Eda, and Raine stomp the witch hunter to death, killing him for good.

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Raine having a quiet moment with Eda shortly after Belos is defeated.

Afterwards, the group returns to The Owl House and Raine is put in Eda's nest to rest as the Collector arrives with Camila, Lilith, and Amity in tow. Sometime later, Raine moved into the Owl House[15] and got back together with Eda.


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Raine watching the light show with Eda.

Four years after Belos is defeated, they are working with Alador, Darius, Eberwolf, and others in an attempt to remove the Coven Sigils, eventually succeeding. During that time, Raine also restored their red fox palisman. Raine attends Luz's belated quinceañera and watches a light show the Collector puts on, nervously smiling when Eda winks at them.[16]


Eda Clawthorne

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Raine and Eda performing a duet.

Edalyn Clawthorne is an old childhood friend of Raine's, with their relationship dating back to their high school years. At some point during their early adult years, the two became a romantic couple, and while Raine was skipping a performance due to their stage fright, Eda advised them to face their problems head-on. However, Eda's inability to share her problems with Raine led to them breaking up with her.

Despite the breakup, they still think highly of Eda (and still harbor feelings for her), and her advice inspired them to form the Bards Against the Throne. Raine cares about Eda's safety so much to where they took on Darius and Eberwolf alone, tried to keep her away from the Day of Unity, and even removed her arm to protect her from the Draining Spell. But in their efforts to keep her safe, they ended up pushing her away like she did to them when they were younger. In "O Titan, Where Art Thou", Raine saves Eda and Luz from coven scouts and lets them, along with Lilith, Hooty, and King, join the CATs so they could fight Belos together. In "Watching and Dreaming", it is shown that they started dating again, and are still dating 4 years later in the epilogue.

Katya, Derwin and Amber

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Raine with their teammates.

These three joined Raine when they created the Bards Against the Throne and they all assisted Raine in freeing rogue witches who didn't want to join a coven. The three look up to Raine as a mentor figure and leader.

Darius Deamonne and Eberwolf

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Raine plotting to stop the Day of Unity with Darius and Eberwolf.

Despite being peers, Raine does not get along with Darius and Eberwolf, due to them believing the two to be loyal to the Emperor and his Coven System. However, Raine later learns the two of them both share their suspicions on the Day of Unity and the three band together after discovering the two Coven heads' loyalty was a ruse.

After Luz and Hunter get stuck in Belos's mind, Darius stops Raine from barging into The Owl House to help Eda, rather convincing them to help from the shadows. After their plan is found out on the Day of Unity, Darius and Eberwolf fight their fellow Coven Heads to keep Raine from their spot in the Draining Spell circle.

Terra Snapdragon

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Raine speaking with Terra.

Following Raine's betrayal of the Emperor's Coven, Terra began to manage them, and in order to control their rebellious outbursts, she would drug Raine with a spiked tea that was supposed to erase their memories. Thus, Raine views Terra as their equal and is loyal to her, along with the rest of the Emperor's Coven. Unbeknownst to her, Raine secretly used Bard magic through whistling to neutralize the tea and maintain their cover as they were spying on Belos' coming Day of Unity for their secret allies Darius, Eberwolf, and the rest of their CATs colleagues.

Emperor Belos

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Raine fighting off Belos after he takes control of their body.

Although they appear to be loyal and supportive to Belos at first, Raine was actually against Belos and discover that Belos was forcing witches and demons to join covens against their will. They formed a rebellion known as the Bards Against the Throne which included witches and demons to stop Belos but was captured as Belos still needed them for the Day of Unity. However, Raine's capture was secretly a ruse by Darius and Eberwolf in order to find out what Belos was up to. They were shocked to find out that Belos planned to use a Draining Spell that would wipeout all witches on the Boiling Isles and set out to stop him.

During the Collector's takeover, Belos possessed Raine's puppet and used them to manipulate him. Raine breaks free of the Collector's puppet spell and attempts to fight back for control of their body only to initially lose. But when they get to Belos' castle, Raine removes Belos from their body completely. When they realize that Belos wants to possess the Titan's heart, they fight him in the throne room to prevent this. However, Belos manages to attach to the heart and starts to take over the Boiling Isles. Raine, along with King and Eda, fight against Belos' mold to protect Luz as she frees him off the heart. The three of them then processed to stomp him to death, ending his reign for good.

Powers and abilities

  • Magic: As a witch, Raine is able to use magic. Like all witches, their connection to magic comes from a sac of magic bile attached to their heart. Having earned the rank of coven leader, they are undoubtedly very magically skilled. Belos additionally describes them as having "always [been] annoyingly powerful."
    • Bard Magic: As the leader of the Bard Coven, Raine is able to use music to manipulate the world around them. This allows them to nullify spells from other witches, make things levitate, and take control of any people who can hear their music. Raine is an expert at several instruments, granting them a wide range to cast magic with;[8] they can even perform Bard spells using sounds without an instrument, such as whistling.[4] Raine is noted to be an exceptionally talented Bard, as they manage to rise to the rank of Head Witch by skill alone, despite their stage fright.
      • Violin Playing: Raine is a skilled violist and uses their violin to cast their Bard spells. They can use their violin to cast cutting shockwaves.
      • Instrument Summoning: Raine can also summon and dispel musical instruments at will. While they primarily use a violin, they can also summon different instruments, such the bell cittern owned by Eda.
      • Matter Annihilation: They somehow managed to create (or find) a Bard spell replicating the corrosive interaction Eda's curse had with Bard magic, and were able to use it without an instrument or even their fingers through whistling.
      • Storm Generation: Raine is able to conjure a miniature storm with their magic.
      • Chemical Manipulation: Even as a young student, they were able to use Bard magic through whistling (without the need to use an instrument or even their fingers) to alter the chemical composition of a beverage. As a coven head, they were able to neutralize a brainwashing tea right under the nose of another coven head with her being none the wiser.
      • Smokescreen creation: They can use a wind instrument, in their case a flute, to create a smokescreen.
  • Willpower: Raine has a strong will, being able to fight back after Belos takes control of their body and even force him out of them.


Behind the scenes


Raine is voiced by Avi Roque. The announcement came from Avi's Twitter on July 22, 2021.[17]

Blu del Barrio voices a young version of Raine in "Them's the Breaks, Kid".


Raine made their official debut in the second season episode "Eda's Requiem". Prior to this, they had a non-speaking appearance with the other coven heads in "Hunting Palismen". They were also partially seen in an old photo from "Wing It Like Witches" in Eda's scrapbook.

Foreign voice actors

Language version Actors Notes
Argentina Spanish (Latin America) Julián Outeyral
Brazil Portuguese (Brazil) Marcelo Campos
Czech Republic Czech Radoslava Stupková (Adult)
Štěpánka Fingerhutová (Young)
Germany German Frank Schaff (Adult)
Oska Borcherding (Young)
Denmark Danish Simon Nøiers (Adult)
Silja Okking (Young)
Spain Spanish Carlos Larios Perdones
Finland Finnish Aksu Palmén
France French Alessandro Bevilacqua
Greece Greek Dimitris Papadatos
Hungary Hungarian Mariann Kocsis
Italy Italian Lorenzo Del Romano (Adult)
Lucrezia Roma (Young)
Norway Norwegian Suzanne Paalgard(1st voice)
Hilde Lyrån(2nd voice)
Poland Polish Agnieszka Matysiak Raine's last name is translated as Szeptucha/Szept (Whisper/Whisp)
Portugal Portuguese Jasmin Castro (Adult)
Mafalda Luís de Castro (Young)
Romania Romanian Cristian Neacșu
Sweden Swedish Kristoffer Collin (Adult)
Adil Backman (Young)
Thailand Thai Akapon Subpaya-archin (อรรคพล ทรัพยอาจิณ)
Turkey Turkish Ali Hekimoğlu (Adult)
Simge Nalbant (Young)


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  • Raine is the first ever Disney character to be non-binary.
    • In a private chat with a fan on Twitter, Roque stated that they also personally consider Raine to be transmasculine.[18]
    • In the Latin American Spanish version, Raine's gender and pronouns were initially changed to masculine. This upset many fans, and even Raine's voice actor themself, Avi Roque, who spoke on Twitter about this.[19] The Latin American Spanish dub has since rectified this in later episodes by avoiding the use of pronouns in reference to Raine. Many other dubbed versions of the series also ended up initially changing Raine into a male character, although many of them have also found solutions (such as neopronouns, pronoun avoidance or even literally translating the they/them pronouns used in the original English version). This is likely due to the lack of grammatical gender neutrality in some spoken languages.
  • According to the "Watch & Play" version of "Follies at the Coven Day Parade", Raine's stage fright developed when they starred in the Hexside production of the musical "Rats!".[20]
  • In the series finale "Watching and Dreaming", Raine is shown to have a red fox palisman. Prior to this, it was unknown whether Raine owned a palisman.[8]
    • It was later revealed by Dana Terrace that Raine's palisman was hidden in the design of their violin, which features a fox head on its scroll. When asked about the violin's destruction, Dana first theorized that Hunter and Dell recreated the palisman, then subsequently theorized that only the staff was destroyed and not the palisman itself.[3]


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  16. Dana Terrace, John Bailey Owen (writers) and Bosook "Bo" Coburn, Bridget Underwood (directors) (April 8, 2023). "Watching and Dreaming". The Owl House. Season 3. Episode 3. Disney Channel.
  17. Roque, Avi [@ok_roque] (July 22, 2021). "🦉✨DREAM COME TRUE✨🦉 I guest star as Raine Whispers (pronouns: they/them), the sharp and hardworking Head Witch of the Bard Coven, in the new episode of #TheOwlHouse premiering July 24 at 10:00am ET/PT on #DisneyChannel and DisneyNOW. Make sure to check it out!!" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
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ve Characters
Main Characters Luz NocedaEda ClawthorneKingHooty
Recurring characters Willow ParkGus PorterAmity BlightLilith ClawthorneHunter
Emperor's Coven Members Emperor BelosKikimoraWarden WrathCoven GuardCoven ScoutFlora D'splora
Coven Heads Raine WhispersDarius DeamonneEberwolfTerra SnapdragonAdrian Graye VernworthMasonVitimirHettie CutburnOsran
Hexside Students and Staff Principal BumpPrincipal FaustEdric BlightEmira BlightMatt TholomuleBoschaProfessor HermonculusBraxasVineyJerboBarcusBoCatUsurperAmeliaSkaraEileenMoon girl
Glandus Students BriaGavinAngmar
Boiling Isles Citizens Tinella NosaKatyaEye-Eating PrisonerWarden WrathTibblesAnimal ControlDottieMerchantAlador BlightOdalia BlightPerry PorterPinietMortonRoselleSaltyGilbert and Harvey ParkGwendolyn ClawthorneDell ClawthorneAmberDerwinMalphasMaster WortlopSeverineSteveKeeper
Monsters and Demons AdegastSnagglebackGrometheusGiraffeSlitherbeastTrash SlugThe InspectorFairyJean-LucSelkidomusOwl BeastVeeBatricThe TitanPuddles
Palismen OwlbertBat QueenFlapjackGhostCloverFrewinHawksleyRaven StaffEmmiline Bailey MarcostimoStringbeanWaffle
Fictional Characters AzuraHecateGildersnakeOtabin
Human Realm Citizens Camila NocedaJacob HopkinsManny NocedaMasha
Other Characters Inner WillowInner BelosThe CollectorTarakBillCaleb WittebaneList of minor characters