Rayne (BloodRayne)

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Rayne, sometimes called Agent BloodRayne or simply the Dhampir, is a fictional character in the BloodRayne series of video games.wikipedia
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Laura Bailey (voice actress)

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In English she is voiced by Laura Bailey in BloodRayne and BloodRayne 2, and Jessie Seely in BloodRayne: Betrayal; in Japanese she is voiced by Romi Park in BloodRayne.
In video games, she voices Jaina Proudmoore in World of Warcraft, Rayne in the BloodRayne franchise, Chun-Li in the Street Fighter games, Rise Kujikawa in Persona 4, Blaze the Cat in the Sonic the Hedgehog series, Lucina in Fire Emblem Awakening, Serah Farron in Final Fantasy XIII, Serana in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Dawnguard, Olympia Vale in Halo 5: Guardians, Abigail "Fetch" Walker in Infamous Second Son and Infamous First Light, Fiona in Tales from the Borderlands, Nadine Ross in Uncharted 4: A Thief's End and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy as well as Kait Diaz in Gears of War 4 and Gears 5.

Kristanna Loken

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She was portrayed by Kristanna Loken in the first live action film, and by Natassia Malthe for its sequels. In the first BloodRayne movie that came out in 2005, she is played by actress Kristanna Loken.

BloodRayne 2: Deliverance

In the sequel to the first film BloodRayne 2: Deliverance, Rayne is replaced by actress Natassia Malthe and just like her video game counterpart, she has an American accent.
Billy's plans hit a snag when Rayne arrives in the town.

BloodRayne (film)

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In the first BloodRayne movie that came out in 2005, she is played by actress Kristanna Loken.
The film centers on the character of Rayne, an unholy breed of human and vampire known as a dhampir.

Natassia Malthe

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She was portrayed by Kristanna Loken in the first live action film, and by Natassia Malthe for its sequels. In the sequel to the first film BloodRayne 2: Deliverance, Rayne is replaced by actress Natassia Malthe and just like her video game counterpart, she has an American accent.

Durham Red

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When questioned about the similarities between Rayne and another female vampire character Durham Red from the comic book series 2000 AD, game designer Joe Wampole stated that while similar they had not previously heard of the character, and added regarding their similar appearance "I think it is just natural to put a vamp chick in black leather and either color her hair black or red."
Critics said that Rayne, from the videogame series BloodRayne shows a strong similarity to Durham Red, having the same weapons and distinctive red hair.

Character (arts)

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Rayne, sometimes called Agent BloodRayne or simply the Dhampir, is a fictional character in the BloodRayne series of video games.

Majesco Entertainment

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Created by Majesco Entertainment, she is the series' titular protagonist, appearing in both games and later extended media, such as comic books and films related to the series. In 2005, Rayne appeared in Majesco Entertainment's Infected as an unlockable character.

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In English she is voiced by Laura Bailey in BloodRayne and BloodRayne 2, and Jessie Seely in BloodRayne: Betrayal; in Japanese she is voiced by Romi Park in BloodRayne.

Dhampir

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Rayne is an American dhampir, born 1915. The movie's setting and date is different from the video games, instead of her being an American dhampir born in the 20th century, she is a Romanian dhampir born in the 18th century.

Vampire

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Her mother was raped by her vampire father, Kagan.

Nazism

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One of these missions required her to use her vampiric powers against the Nazis during World War II, who were on the verge of using magical artifacts to bring the demon lord Beliar back to life.

World War II

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One of these missions required her to use her vampiric powers against the Nazis during World War II, who were on the verge of using magical artifacts to bring the demon lord Beliar back to life.

Thule Society

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The background to the story is influenced by the existence of various historically real Nazi occult groups such as the Thule society.

20th century

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The movie's setting and date is different from the video games, instead of her being an American dhampir born in the 20th century, she is a Romanian dhampir born in the 18th century.

18th century

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The movie's setting and date is different from the video games, instead of her being an American dhampir born in the 20th century, she is a Romanian dhampir born in the 18th century.

Ben Kingsley

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The storyline is also different from the video games, as she joins the Brimstone Society in the movie while also tracking down her father Kagan (played by Sir Ben Kingsley) in the movie.

Matthew Davis

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She also falls in love with Sebastian (played by Matthew Davis) who is a part of the Brimstone Society too.

Billy the Kid

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In the film she takes on Billy the Kid in 19th century USA and is helped by Pat Garrett in the town of Deliverance.

Pat Garrett

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In the film she takes on Billy the Kid in 19th century USA and is helped by Pat Garrett in the town of Deliverance.

19th century

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She also meets Muller who is one of the current members of the Brimstone Society in the 19th century.

Infected (video game)

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In 2005, Rayne appeared in Majesco Entertainment's Infected as an unlockable character.

Player character

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In 2005, Rayne appeared in Majesco Entertainment's Infected as an unlockable character.

Playboy

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Rayne is the first video game character that appeared in Playboy, in the October 2004 U.S. edition as part of an article entitled "Gaming Grows Up".

MTV

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She has also made appearance in MTV's "Video Mods", which a music video portrayed her performing Evanescence's song "Everybody's Fool".