Rosette was a Knight from the Order of Raina.

Rosette - The Knight (412)
First appearance: Origin




The Knight






Light Fae



Known Relatives:



  • Swordsmanship
  • Fighting skills

Portrayed by:

Casey Hudecki

Character arc

Rosette had been a Light Fae lieutenant and Rainer's most loyal general.

She appeared before Bo to warn her that she was in mortal danger, telling her that it was foretold that with the death of The Una Mens the Pyrippus would rise and it sought Bo. Rosette pledged her fealty to Bo as her Queen, promising to protect her and fight by her side.

Rosette convinced Bo and Rainer to believe a prophecy that foretold Rainer (The Wanderer) would be cursed again and perish within seven days of being on Earth unless the two of them formed a Light and Dark Fae allegiance. To save his life, Bo agreed to bind herself to Rainer with a handfasting; upon which Bo's father, the Lord of Darkness, was released from Hel.

Rosette the Knight immolated by Lord of Darkness (412)

The Dark Lord was able to turn Rosette against Rainer by promising her protection, everlasting life, and power of her own. Instead of this, he manipulated her into walking into a fire and immolating herself after she completed her assignment to bind Bo and Rainer.

She left a book behind at The Clubhouse, written in Norwegian, containing a passage which convinced Kenzi that she was the key to saving Bo's life and closing the portal to Hel (Dark Horse).



Rainer: He and Rosette had loved one another before she betrayed him.


"The prophecy has been written. She will rise, with The Wanderer as her soldier, and together they will release the Lord of Darkness!" – to Bo and Rainer (after handfasting)


  • A knight is a person granted an honorary title of knighthood by a monarch or other political leader for service to the Monarch or country, especially in a military capacity. Historically, in Europe, knighthood has been conferred upon mounted warriors. During the High Middle Ages, knighthood was considered a class of lower nobility. Knights were expected, above all, to fight bravely and to display military professionalism and courtesy. When knights were taken as prisoners of war, they were customarily held for ransom in somewhat comfortable surroundings. Some orders of knighthood, such as the Knights Templar, have become the subject of legend; others have disappeared into obscurity. Today, a number of orders of knighthood continue to exist in several countries, such as the English Order of the Garter, the Swedish Royal Order of the Seraphim, and the Royal Norwegian Order of St. Olav.[1]
  • The word Raina derives from the Latin word "Regina" and means "Queen".[2]




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