Personality & Character
Rayet seems to be a cold, apathetic and calm individual. She doesn't show many emotions, especially after the death of her father and his comrades; before being heavily emotionally scarred, she was originally a cheerful girl that loved her father. Rayet strongly desires revenge against the Martians who betrayed and killed her father and his comrades. She does not understand how Princess Asseylum Vers Allusia can get along with Terrans despite being a Martian. Rayet has also called all Martians her enemies.
Rayet is a young girl of average height and slim figure. Her brown curly hair is cut short, framing her face and her big round eyes are purple. She wears a white hoodie, zipped close with denim shorts and a pair of light brown boots.
Skills & Abilities
Rayet is so part of a group of Martians that were left on Earth during the First Earth-Mars War. With the promise of being knighted, her father, Wolf Areash and his group attempted to assassinate Princess Asseylum Vers Allusia during her goodwill visit to Earth under orders from the Orbital Knights. While waiting to be picked up from Earth, they are murdered by Sir Trillram in his Nilokeras as he ties up loose ends, leaving Rayet as an orphan. (AZ: "Beyond the Horizon")
Sir Trillram does everything in his power to kill Rayet, whom he considers a "rat". She seeks refuge with Inaho Kaizuka, his friends and his comrades who are unaware that Rayet is a Martian. She participates in the plan to destroy the Nilokeras to avenge her father. When Princess Asseylum reveals her identity to stop Sir Trillram, only Rayet is in close enough proximity to know that she is alive and continues to keep this a secret. (AZ: "The Children's Echelon", "Point of No Return")
During the battle with the Hellas, Princess Asseylum starts to think that the war is her fault, Rayet agrees. Later, Rayet uses an Areion to finish off the Hellas when it gets run over by the Deucalion, saying that all Martians will pay for her father’s death. (AZ: "The Boys of Earth")
During Count Saazbaum's assault on the U.E. HQ, Rayet is in her cell. Later on, the wall to it is crushed by a damaged Areion, which she pilots to save Princess Asseylum from rockets fired at her by VERS infantry and offers to stay behind and cover them. She is later seen with Eddelrittuo when they are found by one of the Dioscuria's attachments. Rayet says that she would hold it back. (AZ: "Wind, Snow and Stars")
Later she is seen losing against the attachment as it amputates her Areion's left leg and deflects her bullets, but before it can kill her it is called to the core of the Dioscuria for help and it retreats, leaving her in a state of confusion. (AZ: "Childhood's End")
They don't converse with each other much at first, having only met when she participates in his plan of stopping Trillram, not to mention both of whom are somewhat apathetic. Rayet seems to distrust Inaho at first, but her respect for him grows over time as she watches him take down the Martians. Eventually, she drives a motorboat and comes to his aid before anyone else can, which the latter gratefully accepts with a smile. (AZ: "Point of No Return")
Although her family's reason for staying on Earth undercover was to assassinate Princess Asseylum, she has grown to be amicable towards her. This is in part because of her father's betrayal by Trillram. She works together well with Princess Asseylum when the two were ordered to distract Trillram. When she reveals herself, she keeps her secret and even tried to protect her by warning her of Martians disguised as Terrans. (AZ: "Point of No Return")
- She bares a lot of similarities with Akira Renbokoji of Valvrave The Liberator, both having red hair, wearing grey hoodies with highly intelligent and stoic personalities.
- Rayet and her father, Wolf, are named after Wolf-Rayet Stars. Rayet being the surname of French astronomer Georges Rayet, one of the discoverers.