You feel his pain? Not yet...
~ Raven,as she zaps Green Lantern and he gets caught in some dark restrains.
Enough. Whoever you are... You're under arrest.
~ Raven to Green Lantern before their fight.
I serve both. Superman's victory will hasten my father's return. And all shall bow before him!
~ Raven to Wonder Woman.

Rachel Roth, also known as Raven, is a twisted alternate version of the heroic main-universe Raven and a supporting antagonist in the 2013 DC fighting video game, Injustice: Gods Among Us.

She is one of many superheroes who have joined Superman's Regime, as a consequence succumbing to the demonic influence of her father. As a result, Raven is secretly loyal to her father and not Superman, noting that Superman's totalitarian rule will hasten the return of her father.

She is voiced by Tara Strong.

Biography

Origin

Rachel Roth is the daughter of the witch Arella, and the notorious demon Trigon. The latter specifically went to various women in an attempt to raise his own children for a conquest on Earth and the mystical realm Azarath. Rachel then rebelled and fled to Earth, where she'd be known as the magic user Raven, then being enlisted for the modern iteration of the Teen Titans. Trigon would become her greatest nemesis, tailing her and tempting her to fulfill his demented wishes.

Year One

Raven answers Wonder Woman's call for heroes at the Watchtower. She and Nightwing exchange glances when Wonder Woman makes a speech about how no one was untouched by the tragedy of Metropolis and that there are heroes who no longer stand with them. Raven appears when Mirror Master attempts to escape into his mirror dimension. She forces him out, her face demonically contorted as she pushes Mirror Master halfway out, allowing him to be interrogated by the Flash and Wonder Woman.

Raven is seen intervening in a war between two nomadic tribes in Sudan. She summons the image of her father Trigon to end the conflict by terrifying them into surrender. Raven is among the gathered Justice League as Luthor presents the finished enhancement pill.

Raven, along with several other members of the Justice League, appears before the United Nations as Superman announces his intentions to hunt down Batman before unveiling his new army.

Year Two

Though she does not appear physically, Zatanna mentions in that Superman is having Raven scour several magical dimensions in his hunt for Batman.

Year Three

Constantine captured Raven at some point and trapped in her a mystical seal inside a church in Gotham. Constantine later shows both Batman and Detective Chimp her location, with Constantine's reasons being in case something were to happen to him. Raven tries to threaten Constantine by saying, "When my father comes--" but the mage simply retorts that her father will come when he calls.

Raven is still bound in Gotham City when she spots a cat nearby. Though momentarily surprised, Raven calls the cat over, causing it to accidentally knock over one of the candles that line the seal binding her. Triumphant, Raven projects her astral form and escapes.

Seeking Superman out, Raven finds him alongside the Spectre in the upper atmosphere. Though Raven tries to approach the Man of Steel, the Spectre mistakes her reasons and unleashes a stream of emerald light on her, harming Raven's astral form. Superman stops the Spectre and a weary Raven manages to tell Superman of her captors, Batman and Constantine, before quickly realizing her window is closing and the seal is being repaired.

Before she is pulled back to her binding place, Raven manages to show Superman where she is bound before being pulled back, desperately crying out to Superman to save her.

Year Four

When Cyborg sends out a distress signal for assistance in the battle between Superman's Regime and the gods, Raven is one of the very few who does not answer the call. She claims that she still has much to think about before she can return.

Year Five

With the assistance of Phantasm, Superman is able to locate Raven and persuades her to return to Earth. Raven returns just as Batman is about to expose a devastating secret about Superman to the world. She is able to use here magic to black out all media devices.

Later Raven, along with Cyborg, capture Deathstroke as he tries to steal a Mother Box from S.T.A.R. Labs for Insurgency Batman.

Injustice: Gods Among Us

Raven first appears torturing a captured Deathstroke alongside Cyborg, only to be defeated by Green Lantern, who Raven quickly realizes is not their Hal Jordan. Regime Raven is not seen again until the battle at Stryker's Island, where she takes control of Green Arrow's body and forces him to attack Insurgency Batman.

The Dark Knight defeats Green Arrow, freeing him from Raven's control. Raven is then knocked out from behind by regular Batman. Afterwards Regime Raven shows up on Themiscyria upon finding out Ares had been helping the Insurgency behind the shadow and confront Wonder Woman, who is able to deduce Raven's true loyalty to Trigon based on her new appearance. Raven however, insists that she serves both, pointing out how Superman's rule will hasten her father's return.

Raven then attacks Wonder Woman but is defeated. Her ultimate fate is unknown, but it can be assumed that she was either imprisoned or perhaps claimed by her father.

In her character ending, she defeated Superman, but in battle, she released Trigon. Trigon thanks her as he begins his rampage.

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One Earth Regime
Superman | Wonder Woman | Yellow Lantern | Doomsday | The Flash | Cyborg | Raven | Shazam | Aquaman | Hawkgirl | Nightwing | Sinestro | Killer Frost | Solomon Grundy | Black Adam | Catwoman | Bane

The Society
Gorilla Grodd | Captain Cold | Reverse Flash | Cheetah | Deadshot | Poison Ivy | Scarecrow

Other
Brainiac | Joker | Deathstroke | Lex Luthor | Ares | Harley Quinn | Atrocitus | Darkseid | Grid | Dr. Fate | The Lords of Order | Red Hood | Mr. Freeze | Zod | Bizarro | Lobo | Black Manta | The Enchantress

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Comics
Andre LeBlanc | Anti-Monitor | Arsenal | Blackfire | Blizzard | Brother Blood | Brotherhood of Evil (Brain, Monsieur Mallah, Madame Rouge & General Immortus) | Brutale | Calculator | Cheshire | Clock King | Damien Darhk | Deathstroke | Deuce & Charger | Deathwing | Ding Dong Daddy | Doctor Light | Doctor Polaris | Duela Dent | Electrocutioner | Gentleman Ghost | Gizmo | Holocaust | Ice Kate | Jericho | Jinx | Kid Kold | Kwiz Kid | Legion of Doom (Superboy-Prime, Sun Girl, Headcase, Inertia, Indigo, Persuader, Zookeeper) | Mammoth | Mantis | Mister Twister | Neron | Neutron | Ocean Master | Phobia | Prometheus | Psimon | Puppeteer | Pylon | Ravager | Royal Flush Gang | Shimmer | Sunburst | Terra | Terror Titans | Trident | Trigon | Twister | Two-Face | Veil | Ultra-Humanite | Warp | Wildebeest | Wintergreen

Television
Teen Titans (2003)
Slade | Terra | Trigon | Blackfire | H.I.V.E. Five (Jinx, Gizmo, Mammoth, Billy Numerous, See-More, & Kyd Wykkyd) | Dr. Light | Cinderblock | Brother Blood | Brotherhood of Evil (Brain, Monsieur Mallah, Madame Rouge & General Immortus) | Control Freak | Puppet King | Killer Moth | Mad Mod | Mother Mae-Eye | Mumbo Jumbo | Plasmus | Overload | Nega Cyborg | Nega Starfire | Nega Beast Boy | Fang | Kitten | Angel | Adonis | Johnny Rancid | Malchior | Master of Games | Ternion | Glgrdsklechhh | The Source | Guard | Kardiak | White Monster | Thunder & Lighting | Atlas | XL Terrestrial | H.I.V.E. Academy | Private H.I.V.E. | Krall | Radiation Creature | I.N.S.T.I.G.A.T.O.R. | Professor Chang | Sammy & Cash | Steamroller | Wrestling Star | Baron Ryang | Punk Rocket | Soto | Space Monster | Katarou | Red X | Trogaar

Teen Titans Go!
Trigon | Terra | Slade | Cinderblock | Plasmus | H.I.V.E. Five (Gizmo, Jinx, Mammoth, See-More & Billy Numerous) | Brother Blood | Dr. Light | Control Freak | Mumbo Jumbo | Mad Moe | Killer Moth | Kitten | Mother Mae-Eye | Punk Rocket | Brotherhood of Evil (Brain, Monsieur Mallah & Madame Rouge) | Rose Wilson | Raging Raven | Blackfire | Darkseid | Doomsday | Pain Bot | Sandwich Guardians | Ed | Flex | Muscle | Magic God | Vegetor | Twin Destroyers of Azarath | Slime Monster | Scary Teri | The Invisible Man | Pelicans | Perfect Sandwich | Death | Honk | Giant Robotic Alien | Klatak | Legion of Doom | Santa Claus | Tooth Fairy | Halloween Spirit | Hurt Bot | The Whisper | Money Mummy | Dr. Otto Von Death | Lumino | Piglets | Evil Dragon | The Lumberjack | Dr. Military | Toy Master | Richard Nixon | Muscleor | Punk Crabs | Ultralak | Taker | Ratings Monster

Titans (2018)
Trigon | Dr. Adamson | Nuclear Family (Nuclear Dad, Nuclear Stepdad, Nuclear Mom, Nuclear Sis & Nuclear Biff) | Angela Azarath | Deathstroke | Cadmus Laboratories (Mercy Graves & Walter Hawn) | Dr. Light | Wintergreen | Shimmer | Blackfire

Video Games
Injustice: Superman | Damian Wayne | Cyborg | Raven | Deathstroke

Movies
Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo: Uehara Daizo | Brushogun | Saico-Tek | Nya-Nya | Deka-Mido | Timoko | Mecha-Boi | Scarface
Justice League vs. Teen Titans: Trigon | Legion of Doom (Lex Luthor, Cheetah, Solomon Grundy, Toymaster, & Weather Wizard) | Atomic Skull | Ra's al Ghul
Teen Titans: The Judas Contract: H.I.V.E./Church of Blood (Brother Blood, Mother Mayhem, Deathstroke & Terra)
Teen Titans Go! To the Movies: Slade | Balloon Man
Teen Titans Go! vs. Teen Titans: Hexagon (Trigon (Teen Titans Go!) & Trigon (Teen Titans)) | Master of Games | Gentleman Ghost | Megan Claus | Raven's Demon

           Green Lantern logo.png Villains

Comics
Amon Sur | Anti-Monitor | Arkillo | Atrocitus | Barbatos | Bedovian | Black Hand | Black Lantern Corps | Bleez | Bolphunga | Controllers | Crumbler | Cyborg Superman | Dark Knights | Demolition Team | Despotellis | Dex-Starr | Doctor Light | Doctor Polaris | Doctor Ub’x | Dominators | Eclipso | Entropy | Evil Star | Fatality | First Lantern | Gambler | Goldface | Grayven | Harlequin | Hector Hammond | Hellgrammite | Icicle | Invisible Destroyer | Javelin | Karu-Sil | Krona | Kryb | Larfleeze | Legion | Lyssa Drak | Major Disaster | Major Force | Manhunters | Maxwell Lord | Mister Freeze | Mongul | Nekron | Nero | Neron | Ohm | Orange Lantern Corps | Parallax | Professor Ojo | Psimon | Puppeteer | Purgatory | Ranx the Sentient City | Red Lantern Corps | Shark | Shrapnel | Sinestro | Sinestro Corps | Solomon Grundy | Sonar | Spider Guild | Sportsmaster | Star Sapphire | Superboy-Prime | Tattooed Man | The Dawnbreaker | Time Commander | Typhoon | Vandal Savage | Warlock of Ys | Weaponers of Qward | Zamarons

Movies
Green Lantern (2011): Parallax | Hector Hammond

Video Games
Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters: Amon Sur | Manhunters
Injustice: Superman | Sinestro | Cyborg | Raven | Solomon Grundy | Killer Frost | Yellow Lantern | Black Adam | Aquaman | Cheetah | Bane | Atrocitus

           Wonder Woman logo.png Villains

Comics
Amanda Waller | Anarky | Angle Man | Anti-Monitor | Ares | Barbatos | Baroness Von Gunther | Bizarra | Black Manta | Blue Snowman | Cheetah | Cheshire | Circe | Clayface | Dark Knights | Darkseid | Deadshot | Deathstroke | Doctor Poison | Doctor Psycho | Doomsday | Donna Troy | Egg Fu | Felix Faust | Genocide | Giganta | Hades | Hercules | Jinx | Joker | Killer Frost | Klarion | Lady Lunar | League of Assassins | Maxie Zeus | Maxwell Lord | The Merciless | Morgan Edge | Morgana | Morgaine Le Fey | Neron | Prometheus | Queen of Fables | Ra's al Ghul | Scarecrow | Solomon Grundy | Starro | Steppenwolf | Superwoman | Veronica Cale

Movies
Wonder Woman (2009): Ares | Cheetah
Wonder Woman (2017): Ares | Erich Ludendorff | Doctor Poison
Wonder Woman: Bloodlines: Villainy Inc. (Veronica Cale, Doctor Cyber, Doctor Poison, Silver Swan, Cheetah, Giganta, & Medusa) | Parademons
Wonder Woman 1984: Maxwell Lord | Cheetah

Video Games
Injustice: Superman | Wonder Woman | Black Adam | Killer Frost | Bane | Raven | Ares | Captain Cold | Reverse Flash | Scarecrow | Cheetah

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