A knight of Grandshelt whose prodigious talents have earned him command of an airship brigade despite his young age. He harbors conflicted feelings toward his father, Sir Raegen—the kingdom's finest until he disappeared under mysterious circumstances, leaving Rain's family behind.
Rain is the protagonist of Final Fantasy Brave Exvius. A respected Knight from the Kingdom of Grandshelt, he is childhood friends with Lasswell, who unlike himself treats Sir Raegen with great respect. Together, they are granted the power of visions to save the world by the mysterious Fina.
Rain has blue eyes and blond, lightly disheveled hair. He wears a black shirt, a green vest adorned with military decorations, grey iron pauldrons and bracers, and a red cape attached to his right pauldron. His look is complete with white pants and black combat boots.
Rain is a light-hearted young man, but can turn serious when the situation requires it. Committed to his duty as a knight of Grandshelt, he sees it as his responsibility to look after and help others within his capabilities; he is unable to ignore pleas for help and goes out of his way to aid people ever since he was a child.
When the atmosphere grows heavy around him, Rain may speak complete nonsense causing confusion among his comrades or give them nicknames, like nicknaming Lasswell "Welly", who in turn nicknamed Rain "Rainikins". Rain has also proven to be keenly logical as shown during his and Lasswell's search for Fina in the Lechios Hills.
He resents his father due to how often he left the home on orders of the King without saying a goodbye, which later resulted in his mother's condition.
Rain was born to his mother and Sir Raegen. In time, he became a knight to learn what happened to his disappeared father, and due to his talents, became a figure that all knights of Grandshelt look up to.
As Rain and Lasswell travel the airship with Grandshelt soldiers under their king's orders, they are attacked by a horde of monsters. When they defeat them a girl encased in crystal appears before them and rushes them to hurry to the Earth Shrine warning them with the Earth Crystal's shattering.
Rain appears on Triple Triad cards in the version available via Final Fantasy Portal App.
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Rain is liquid water in the form of droplets that have condensed from atmospheric water vapor and then precipitated—that is, become heavy enough to fall under gravity.