|Hair||None but lightnings in variations of Blue|
|Base of Operations||Unknown|
|Alias||Thunder Beast (雷獣, Raijuu)|
Raiden Kurosora (電 黒空, Kurosora Raiden, lit. "The Dark Heavens Lightning") is a Raijuu, which is a race of animals whom according to legend is made out of lightning. His Race tends to live on an as high point as possible to be as close to the stormy clouds as possible. Way up there almost nothing lives so when suddenly a human came there, he was rather glad to meet Shinime Kurosora. They later on became friends due to them bonding over missions. Raiden got named by him, so Raiden protected Shinime until he learn magics of his own.
The Raiyuu Race
Its body is composed of lightning and may be in the shape of a cat, fox, weasel or wolf. The form of a white and blue wolf (or even a wolf wrapped in lightning) is also common. It may also fly about as a ball of lightning. Its cry sounds like thunder. While the beast is generally calm and harmless, during thunderstorms, it becomes agitated and leaps about in trees, fields, and even buildings. They live on the highest point in the area which is usually a mountain or a high building.
He basically looks like a small cat completely made out of lightning. The color of the lightning can vary from almost white to completely black but mostly it is some kind of blue. His eyes are shining white so that in the dark you can see the sparkling white eyes. The lightnings look as if they are his fur so he almost looks like a cat but if you look closely you can see them.
He is actually a very kind pet. He is very loyal to his owner Shinime so he does anything he says without thinking. Raiden is an assassin and is considered a Dark Mage because of the kind of missions he helps Shinime with. He actually likes to sit around in trees but since he makes a mark he doesn't get to do it so often. Every now and then he and Shinime gets called Evil and that is not something he likes, he doesn't think they are evil because they just do what they're good at. This is what he usually says to those people: "If a cat is killed, people might cry and a fine will be paid but if a human is killed you go to prison. What's the difference?!"