|Magic Type||Eastern Magic|
The Rain (Kanji: 雨, Katakana: レーン, Romanji: Rēn) is one of the fifty-two Clow Cards in the anime.
It is under The Watery.
Rain's physical form resembles a young and cute little girl with a jesters hat that falls into two long points, tipped in teardrop shapes like rain drops. She has long straight bangs parted on either side of her face, like the Cloud, and hers end in rain drops. Her collar is cut in many points, like the Twin, and tipped in droplet shapes. Her outfit consists of poofy pants in a harlequin pattern, a poofy sleeved top, and pointed boots, the cuffs of which are also tipped in raindrops. In Card form, like the Cloud holds a cloud puff, the Rain holds a drop of rain in her hands. She rides a cloud and has a blue teardrop shaped jewel on its forehead. She is very similar in appearance to The Cloud, and it has been assumed that the two are sisters.
Rain is a mischievous entity that create surprising downpours on anybody to prank them. As a free spirit, is very chaotic and tried to drown Sakura with a waterfall-like attack to play with her.
Magic and Abilities
Rain Magic: is able to generate and control rain. It can range from causing light drizzles to heavy showers. It is capable of creating rain from the small cloud in which it is mounted, or from the sky itself.
Clow Card arc
Rain and Wood appear in the anime during Episode 4, both in card form, but Sakura forgets to put her name on both cards, a situation that makes Rain free.
Wood begins to cause chaos in Sakura's house. Sakura tells Kero that she had also found another Card, but being stained with ink she did not know her identity and Kero suspects that it is the cause of everything. Sakura, Kero and Tomoyo go down to the basement of the house, and find Rain in her cloud form. Because it is a very naughty card, Rain rains down on Sakura and tries to drown her with a waterfall-like attack with Kero saying he was just playing.
Sakura seals Rain with the help of Watery; which was able to feed on the power of Rain to increase its own.
It was only used once to create a rainbow.
Sakura Card arc
- The kanji at the top of the card: 雨, (Pronounced 'Ame') means 'rain' in Japanese.
- ↑ CardCaptor Sakura Anime: Episode 69