Kuroka is amazing, but she was going to kill everyone in Rias peerage just to get to Koneko. Also, looking back at the confrontation with Asia, Issei, and Raynare, no, Raynare did attack first. Hell, Issei's Sacred Gear wasn't even awakened until he nearly died by Raynare so, there was no fear of it going out of control. And Rias actual position in society is just heiress of the Gremory House, aside from being in charge of Kuoh.
And you contradict yourself with the Khaos Brigade claim. Her character is meant to be hated! I thought Raynere was long gone so I clicked, hovered over the untagged spoilers and got fresh, new material. Its been noted plenty of times that its more Shemhazai who has to get Azazel to focus on work and often punishes him when he does something stupid, and Shemhazai is the one left in charge after he seals himself away with Trihexa. But not without direct order or at least authorization from the government.
Again the groan comes this time giving you the chance to hear that the noise is not coming from inside the church but outside. And I am a Devil! Diodora's servants were all mentally broken by him after he pulled what he tried to do to Asia on them. Sadly all you get for your concern is the young women taking a swipe at you with her right gloved hand. Either the way, I'm sorry for the ruckus, that we cause. She was sent there by Azazel authorization, killing Asia wasn't what Azazel was aware of by she was suppose to be in Kuoh. The reason is, the human with no talent, you, could have run wild with the power of the Sekiryuutei without being able to control it, and have a bad effect on us or the world.
To be honest, Rias has practically Mary Sue status. As for the way Raynare acted, what do you think was going to happen. Even if Raynare was under orders to be in Kuoh, that doesn't mean she should be, and implies another fuck up on Azazel's part as it could be considered sending in a spy, as the Kuoh area is Devil territory and any and all supernatural entities must alert their presence to the Governors lest they be considered malefactors, hence why Xenovia and Irina told them why they were in Kuoh and what their job was without asking for help. However, that was rendered moot because Rias' primary reasoning was simply worry for Issei, and at that point was looking for excuses to shut him up.
Obviously, Raynare became far worse then the bald man in her pursuit of vengeance, and died a pathetic death. And like you said, she didn´t have any. First by telling you that her name is Raynare and then with a seductive smile on her pale face and in a stupidly cute voice that she'll be a good girl from now on. While it's true that Azazel is a Sacred Gear nut, but he was gathering Sacred Gear users because that bitch Ophis started the Chaos Brigrade.
Raynare secretly gathered and led an independent group of Fallen Angels and Exorcists who assisted her in attempting to steal Asia's Sacred Gear; , believing she was better suited for it to serve her leaders. Cloth Manipulation: In the anime, she has show to quickly change between her casual clothing and her revealing black leather attire. No, Raynare isn't simply evil for killing Issei. As for Twilight Healing, no that was never it.
Issei and the others just attack her group what do you think was going to happen. In the end out of pure frustration of her losses, the fallen angel runs off down the hill in a huff without even giving you a chance to say anything to her about your thoughts on the matter. First you move and tidy as much of the rubble inside the church as you could outside to give you some space. Also the reason of stealing Twilight Healing is some reason of being love and so the Fallen Angels would have a way to heal there injuries.
However, unlike most Fallen Angels who wield only one light spear, Raynare was also skilled enough to create several light spears in her arsenal. Killing as a whole is not overtly evil when the issue of the matter is war. So Ddriag is okay, but he nearly destroy the world from his fight with Albion. Before being destroyed by the heroine Rias, she desperately pleaded for mercy, even going as far as to tell Issei that she loves him, but is turned into ashes by the Power of Destruction. At her most desperate moment, Raynare demanded Freed to help her, but instead runs away. And faced with the entire peerage, Raynare and the priests might have even give up and retreated without a fight.