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I was a nobody back home. But becoming a witch is my chance to be someone.
―Luz commenting on her desire to become a witch[src]

Luz Noceda is the protagonist of the animated series The Owl House. She is a human girl who finds herself transported to another world and learns to be a witch under the tutelage of Eda Clawthorne.


Luz is a self-assured 14-year-old human girl from Connecticut, who accidentally stumbles upon a portal that transports her to the Boiling Isles.

Upon arrival, Luz decides to make her dream of becoming a witch come a reality, after she befriends a witch named Eda and becomes her apprentice. This proves to be difficult due to Luz's lack of magical abilities, as well as the local town's demons being very prejudiced towards humans which forces her to hide her real identity.


Luz is a very excitable young girl. With a high fascination for all things fantasy and a knack for adventure, Luz is very outgoing and willing to hop into anything thrown her way. She sometimes has trouble looking before she leaps, but always manages to somehow land on her feet. In "A Lying Witch and a Warden", Luz describes herself as someone who enjoys "editing anime clips to music and reading fantasy books with convoluted backstories" while in "The First Day", her aura is described as "strong and silly like a baby's laughter".

Another important aspect of her personality is that she cares deeply for people and her determination to protect them is what drives her to her goals. Luz is shown to have a sense of responsibility that surprisingly mature for someone her age, as she freely acknowledges that she is responsible for her own actions to the point where she will blame herself for something she has caused, even when it is not really her fault.

It is also shown that much of Luz's faults come from her, not knowing how to express her negative emotions in healthy ways to the point where she tries hiding them instead of being open about them.

Physical appearance[]

Luz is a 14-year-old Dominican-American girl with tan skin, short, dark brown hair, and hazel-brown eyes. Her clothing consists of a pair of black earrings, a white-and-violet shirt-sleeved hoodie that had cat ears with pink insides attached to the hood, greenish-gray jean-shorts, dark gray leggings, and a pair of white slip-on shoes. Her nightwear consists of a light gray sleeveless top, purple shorts with an amber trim, moon and star, and white-and-indigo socks. When attending Hexside School of Magic and Demonics, she wears the standard uniform, but with multi-colored sleeves and leggings as she is studying all the tracks in the school.

Later on, Luz starts wearing Eda's old grudgby jacket, a gray undershirt, lighter brown pants and dark brown boots, and has put her hair into a ponytail. In "King's Tide", Luz gets a scar on her left eyebrow, while battling Belos.

In season three, Luz's hair is longer, and she's wearing a beanie with two pins — an eye, and a bisexual pride flag. She is also sporting her pilot shirt underneath Eda's Hexside Varsity Jacket, capped off with green sweatpants and red & white sneakers. She has worn other outfits as well.

During the opening montage of "Thanks to Them", she wore a red and white cap with a blue cat graphic in the center, a white t-shirt with red sleeves and a blue square-shaped "OK" graphic on it, a green fanny pack, dark blue sweatpants, and black slip-on shoes.

When attending her high school, she wore her beanie cap, Eda's grudgby jacket over a white t-shirt with a dark teal collar and a snake graphic on it, dark purple sweatpants, black shoes, and her green fanny pack.

During the Haunted Hayride and her return to the Demon Realm, Luz wore a Good Witch Azura costume, consisting of a white long-sleeved top with flared sleeves and lavender trim surmounted by a dark purple yoke with a gold star in the center, dark purple pants, white boots with black soles and gold buttons, and her green fanny pack. On her head, she wears a white pointed witch's hat surrounded by a gold coronet. She initially wore a white aramis cape with a shoting star graphic on the right shoulder and a green wig with the costume, but she lost both during her battle with Hunter, who was possessed by Belos.

Powers and abilities[]

  • Glyph Magic: Luz studyed the art of magic under the tutelage of Eda. Since she lacks the same magical anatomy that witches have, she cannot perform magic naturally with her bare hands; instead, she casts spells by drawing glyphs found within the Spell Circles witches tend to use. After the spirit of the Titan passes on, Luz loses the ability to use glyphs. However a few years after, King discovers he has his own glyphs and agrees to teach them to her.
    • Light spell: Creates an illuminating orb of light and is the first spell Luz learns. To cast this spell, she needs to draw a large triangle in the spell circle with a smaller triangle and circle on top. Down the middle a long line with two smaller lines across, side by side in the triangle.
    • Ice spell: Conjures ice. To cast this spell, Luz needs to draw a diamond with a line down the center, sat on another line across the bottom of the spell circle. A curved line must be drawn across the diamond and sometimes a smaller diamond is included at the bottom.
    • Plant spell: At some point in "Enchanting Grom Fright", Luz learns how to create plants. To cast this spell, Luz must draw a plant like glyph.
    • Fire spell: Conjures fire by drawing a larger circle at the bottom of the spell circle with a dot in the center. On top, Luz must draw a smaller circle with a curved triangle on top. Another curved triangle is also included on top of the bigger circle which goes over the smaller circle. Luz first learnt this spell during a Grudgby match against Boscha.
    • Invisibility: Inspired from Lilith's history books, Luz came up with a glyph combination that turns her invisible. However, this spell only lasts as long as she holds her breath.
    • Mist/Sleeping spell: By combining the fire and ice, Luz can conjure up a mist. Also by including pollen from sleeping nettle flowers within the combination, she can create sleep-induced smoke.
    • Hover Spell: A glyph combination that creates a blue light around a person that makes them hover over the ground slightly. It doesn't appear to last long.
    • Wind Spell: Using a glyph combination, Luz can summon a small tornado.
    • Water Fountain Spell: Using a glyph combo, Luz can summon a small fountain of water.
    • Petrification Spell: Using a glyph combo, Luz can turn objects into stone.
    • Monster Arm Spell: Using a glyph combo, Luz can summon a monster arm that will attack anyone near it.
    • Teleportation Spell: A very complex combination she learnt from Belos when he was still Philip. This spell allows anyone standing in the combo to be teleported to any part of the Isles.
  • Artistic Skill: Luz is capable of accurately drawing a glyph or sketching someone's face from memory.
  • Staff: By "For the Future", Luz gets her own palisman: a snake-shifter she calls Stringbean.
  • Bilingualism: Luz is capable of speaking English and Spanish fluently.
  • Titan Hybrid Physiology (temporary): After meeting the spirit of King's father, he gives Luz the last of his magic, making Luz half-Titan. It fades away after Belos is defeated.
    • Titan Magic: Luz is able to use Titan magic without using glyphs, she is able to cast spells like a witch and is able to overpower Belos.
    • Sonic Scream: Like King, Luz could generate a sonic shout.

Role in the series[]

The Owl House[]


Prior to the start of the series, her father, Manny Noceda, passed away when she was very young. When he was alive, he used to give her and her mother flowers on their birthdays. When he got sick, her family moved to Gravesfield to be close to the hospital he was admitted to. Before he passed away, her father gave Luz her first Azura book, which she quickly grew to love and treasure after reading it. After Luz's father passed away, she and her mother started picking flowers for each other on the anniversary of his death. Then they would visit his grave, and spend the day together. Meanwhile, life for her in Gravesfield was hard. Because of her weird antics, Luz became somewhat of an outcast. People would make criticizing remarks behind her back. All the while, her mother remained supportive and defended her.

Season One[]

Luz Noceda begins the series at home, displaying her "weird" behavior at school when her presentation ends in disaster. At the insistence of her school principal and the support of her mother Camila, Luz must attend "Reality Check Summer Camp" where she is to "think inside the box" for her own sake. Luz seemingly complies when her mother points out that she does not have any friends and responds by throwing away her copy of The Good Witch Azura into the trash bin, but when her mother leaves for work, Luz goes looking for it and finds a small owl carrying a bag of garbage with her book among the items in it. Luz chases it into a rickety house and suddenly finds herself transported to another world called the Boiling Isles, specifically into a town called Bonesborough. Luz immediately runs into Eda Clawthorne, otherwise known as the Owl Lady, who claims to be "the most powerful witch on the Boiling Isles". However, she is also the most infamous and is constantly evading the law. Luz gets taken under her wing and is taken to her home, the Owl House, where she also meets the diminutive King and the obnoxiously surreal Hooty. Empathizing with the fact that they consider themselves "weirdos", as well as realizing how unfulfilling her life at summer camp will be, Luz asks to stay so that she can learn to be a witch.

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Luz learns her first spell.

From the get go, Luz is hit with two harsh realities about the Boiling Isles: she is not that special and she is incapable of performing magic on her own as she lacks "a sac of magic bile attached to [her] heart". She quickly discovers that there exists a school called Hexside School of Magic and Demonics and even manages to befriend two students there; an abominations student, later plant student, named Willow Park, and an illusion student named Gus Porter. She also runs afoul of the top tier snob Amity Blight. Unfortunately, Luz gets banned from attending after accidentally causing a raucous, which pleases Eda as she dislikes the school. Luz also discovers that Eda had been cursed when she was young, resulting in her transforming into a giant owl beast unless she takes an elixir daily. While trying to quell Eda in her beast form, Luz finds out that she can draw symbols that create magic, allowing her to learn the craft efficiently. This revelation, combined with learning about her personal issues, softens the animosity between her and Amity. Luz also dedicates herself to trying to find a way to cure Eda of her curse once she learns that the elixir is slowly starting to lose its effect on Eda. She also meets her sister Lilith Clawthorne, a member of the Emperor's Coven who has been trying to capture Eda, and becomes curious about Eda's background.

Luz's relationship with Willow and Amity becomes more complex when she learns that they used to be good friends. This results in Luz trying to reach out to Amity. After a rough adventure with her, Luz and Amity come to an understanding and become warmer, as well as bond over their shared love of The Good Witch Azura books. Later, they team up to help Willow restore her memories after Amity nearly destroys them, but also helps Amity to make amends with Willow and rekindle their friendship. Through the actions of Gus and a slightly repentant Eda, Luz ends up getting accepted into Hexside, but is dismayed to learn that she can only learn from one track. After saving the school from a Greater Basilisk and teaming up with the students of the detention track, for merely trying to learn more than one type of magic, Luz manages to convince Principal Bump to have her take every track, much to her enjoyment. She is humored at the fact that Eda also wanted to learn from all the tracks when she was attending. Luz and her friends become closer now that she begins to attend Hexside to the point that Amity slowly begins to gain a crush on her, something Luz is completely oblivious to. She even begins to challenge the new mean girl Boscha when she refuses to let up on picking on Willow, who had begun to display newfound confidence.

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Luz rescuing Eda, Lilith, and King.

Things come to a head when Luz decides to cure Eda from her curse once and for all. She attends a field trip to the Emperor's Coven and begins searching for the Healing Hat, an old relic that supposedly can cure anything. With the help of Willow and Gus, she locates the item, but is caught by Lilith who destroys it and uses Luz as bait to lure Eda. During the fight, Lilith reveals that she was the one who cursed Eda and she gives into her curse. Luz is forced to return to the Owl House. With King's help, Luz resolves to rescue Eda and defeat Lilith. To her surprise, Lilith has had a change of heart when she reveals that Emperor Belos plans to kill Eda rather than cure her, as she had initially hoped. Luz takes on Belos herself and destroys the portal that was used to bring her to the Boiling Isles, thus destroying her "true way" home. Luz rescues Eda, along with King and Lilith and they return home to the Owl House. Lilith uses her magic to share the curse between herself and Eda, resulting in both of their magic diminishing. Luz, having mastered her take on magic, now takes it upon herself to help the sisters relearn their abilities. Despite having lost her way back home and having her mentor lose her powers, Luz is confident that things will work out for her.

Season Two[]

Luz comes to the realization that she, Eda and King are in dire straights; forcing her to get a job. During this time, she meets Hunter, also known as the Golden Guard, who takes his job seriously and answers directly to Emperor Belos. Luz soon manages to secure golden selkigris, which is worth a fortune. She is further forced to try and teach Eda and Lilith how to use glyphs, but she gives up shortly afterwards as she is unsure how she can properly teach them. Luz begins to hang out with Amity more often and finds a journal written by Philip Wittebane who has the answers she needs to return home. The journal is eaten by an Echo Mouse, which Luz manages to capture and keeps as a pet so as to continue learning about Philip. Her closeness with Amity culminates in Hooty forcing her to finally confront her feelings and they become a couple. Luz once again encounters Hunter and begins to sympathize with him, though he in turn is reluctant to consider her a friend due to their opposing beliefs.

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Luz spiritually reuniting with Camila and Vee.

Thanks to her friends, Luz manages to create a primitive version of a portal back home. While she cannot directly return, she finds herself in a chamber that allows her to peer into other worlds or other areas of the Boiling Isles. She manages to locate home, but discovers, to her shock, that her mother Camila is with a girl that looks exactly like her. She confronts her, via reflective surfaces, and finds out that the girl is actually a shapeshifting basilisk named Vee. Vee is slowly reverting to her old appearance and needs to devour magic in order to remain human and Luz decides to help her. When she gets captured by a conspiracy theorist, Luz is forced to contact her mother and reveals everything to her. Camila rescues Vee and Luz allows her to stay with her mother after learning that she escaped abuse back on the Boiling Isles. However, Camila is mortified to learn that Luz may have left because of their poor relationship and she is forced to solemnly promise that when she gets back that she stay for good; something she cannot bring herself to tell King and Eda about.

Luz continues to remain distracted from her promise until Amity forces her to confess to everyone what happened with her and her mother. She joins up with Lilith to learn more about Philip when the two discover puddles that allow them to time travel. They meet Philip in person, but he turns out to be something of a conman who evidently tries to kill them. They outwit and punch him in the face; inadvertently making him hate all witches and not realizing that he will eventually become Belos. While trying to get Hunter, he and Luz accidentally get transported into Belos' mind. Luz is horrified to learn that he and Philip are one and the same and the event also traumatizes Hunter whose image of his "uncle" is shattered and leaves him running away and hiding for fear of being killed. Luz herself feels guilty as she realizes that all the events that have transpired were indirectly caused by her.

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Luz and her friends arriving at her house.

Luz eventually decides to help King find his people, only to learn that he is the child of the Titan that makes up the Boiling Isles. She prepares to help the resistance, known as the CATs (Covens Against the Throne), to stop Belos and the Day of Unity once and for all. Luz reunites with her friends Amity, Willow, Gus and a repentant Hunter who had befriended them while she was away, and together try and stop Amity's mother from participating in the Day of Unity. Luz, posing as Hunter, is captured by Kikimora and taken directly to Belos to fight him. During this time, Eda is at the ritual while King releases a being called the Collector who stops the Day of Unity, but takes total control of the Isles. Belos is obliterated, though part of him is still alive, and Luz is forced back to the human realm with her friends where she is reunited with her mother.

Season Three[]

Luz reunites with her mother and introduces her friends to Vee and her mother. While in the bathroom getting bandages, Hunter speaks with her and thank her for not telling them he's a grimwalker, Luz is still upset that she helped Belos find the Collector. Luz decides to wait for the moment to tell them, she then tells both her mother and Vee about the Collector and Belos but leaves out the part where she helped Belos find the Collector.

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Luz feeling depressed.

While Hunter, Gus, Amity, and Willow were making themselves a home, Luz was looking at some photos and apologized to her mother for running away and everything, but her mother comforts her. Luz comes out to her mother about her dating Amity. It is also revealed that Luz has become so traumatized by her time in Belo's mindscape. So horrified by the events of the Day of Unity, and feels so guilty that she helped Belos meet the Collecter, made him the ruler of the Boiling Isles and establish a coven system that affected her girlfriend and friends' lives, that she has sunk into depression and developed a severe self-loathing.

In late October, during English class in her school, Luz rants about her depression in class by comparing everything she feels guilty for to a fictional character in a book they discussing about, and is so depressed that she firmly believes it would have been better if she "never existed" in the first place. Afterwards while everyone was asleep, Luz visits Camila in her bedroom and asks why isn't she mad at her after finding out she ran away to the Boiling Isles, Her mother tells her that she does indeed know the feeling of running away, and when she laments on everything she messed up in, her mother reassures that she just needs to learn from them and allows her and her palisman to sleep with her.

The next day, after visiting the vet with Camila (and sadly lamenting how she also messed up her palisman's too), she finds Hunter panicking and tells her he thinks Belos is alive, they go and search for him in the Basement of the old shack, but find nothing, she later comforts him after telling him he's part of the family to, they later come up in the living room and find everyone making Halloween costumes for the "Haunted Hayride", with Amity suggesting they go as their favorite pair from The Good Witch Azura, and while she's still upset with herself for everything she believes is responsible for, she goes along with it, but when everyone is asleep, she records a video for her diary and tells herself saying that she believes she knows what she needs to do and (remembering what she promised to her Mom during "Yesterday's Lie") sadly intends to permanently stay in the human realm and leave the demon realm behind forever, thinking that being out of her friends lives is for the best for everyone.

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Luz confronted by Belos, who has possessed Hunter.

During the Halloween festival, Hunter (who had been possessed by the goopy remains of Belos that reached him) reveals this was a surprise made by Amity to show her that they found a stash of Titan blood, and Luz, still determined to fulfill the promise to herself, goes along with Hunter to find it first, during which, Luz learns that glyphs can work in the Human realm if the user is close enough to a titan's essence, but once she gets to the place where the blood is, Belos takes full control of Hunter's body and, once the other's arrive, sadistically reveals that she helped him meet the Collector and, during a brief fight, stabs Flapjack in the back, but while Hunter takes back control, he takes the blood and opens a portal and travels through, after Flapjack sacrifices himself to save Hunter, Luz confirms what Belos said, but before she could say she will stay in the Human realm, Camila (not wanting her daughter to leave somewhere she's happy in) declares that she will come with them and after being reassured by Amity that she'd never hate her. Hunter tells her it wasn't her fault, Belos trick like he does, and he tells he if it wasn't for her, Belos would've found someone else to trick, everyone (minus Vee) all go through the portal.

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Luz returns to the Boiling Isles.

After going through the portal, Luz ends up in the In-Between Realm and sees a figure calling out to her from a distance but is unable to understand what the figure is saying. Not long after, Amity pulls her out just as it closes, saying Luz did not immediately emerge from the portal like the rest of them. Hunter urges them to move on. As they walk, they see pink mist and stars sprawling across the landscape. As Luz calls her mother's bluff on liking the Demon Realm, she reveals she still intends to stay in the Human Realm permanently after taking care of Belos and the Collector. After making their way to The Owl House, Luz goes to Eda's nest and clutches her palisman egg. Amity soon arrives and tells Luz Ghost did not become sentient until she revealed she was unsure of her future but wanted to decide for herself. Immediately after Amity promises to help find Eda and King, Hunter calls out that he sees them and they head into Bonesborough. As they wonder through the empty town, they narrowly evade a wave of sparkles and finds the town residents have been turned into puppets. The watch as the Owl Beast emerges and the Collector and King arrive soon after. After the Collector unleashes a "light spell", the Owl Beast is revealed to be Terra Snapdragon in a costume, who the Collector turns into a puppet after she insults him. The Collector and King leave soon after and Luz and everyone decide to go to the Head to confront the Collector just as they are found by Skara, Barcus, and Mattholomule.

As the group is led to Hexside, they are informed that the staff was effected by the draining spell and that the adults and a few students were turned into puppets. Soon after arriving and finding the school in anarchy, they are greeted by the students and called to meet the leader of Hexside. Boscha, who Luz fails to convince to help them reach the Head after Boscha listens to her advisor "Miki". Mattholomule leads the group to the photo lab to find Luz's memory of Philip's teleportation glyph. Not long after finding the memory, Willow leaves after Hunter reacts negatively to a picture of him and Flapjack and he and Gus go after her. Soon after that Boscha and "Miki" find Luz, her mother, Amity, and Matholomule and knocks them out just as "Miki" reveals herself to be Kikimora. The four wake up in a pit with Boscha and Kikimora standing over them. As Kikimora jumps into the pit, a fight breaks out and the Nocedas get separated from Amity and Mattholomule. Luz uses an invisibility glyph to hide her and her mom and they escape the pit, hiding in the forest as Kikimora searches for them.

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Luz's Palisman, Stringbean.

As they hide in the foliage, Luz blames herself for everything as her mother comforts her and lists her own mistakes. Her mother then apologizes for not supporting her enough and Luz realizes she just wanted to be understood. Her palisman egg forms an orb on a stick and emits a beam of light that leads Kikimora to them. Soon her friends arrive to help fight her off and, with the forces of Hexside helping keep Kikimora at bay, Luz and her friends create the intricate glyph and reach the Head. As everyone jumps for joy, Luz instruduces them to her palisman, Stringbean. As everyone is in awe, the Collector and Belos, the latter posessing the puppet of Raine Whispers, watches from above.

Having been convinced by Belos that Luz is trying to help King get rid of him, the Collector captures Hunter, Willow, Gus, Camila, & Amity before trapping Luz in her worst nightmare; seeing herself as Belos and everyone turning against her. After frightening chase throughout her mind, Luz is able to be waken up from the nightmare when Amity says "witches battle" instead of a witches duel, after waking Amity up from her puppetized state, she learns what the Collector did, and just before her friends are drawn back, Amity gives her a light Glyph (similar to how she showed her when they actually talked on good terms for the first time) and tells her to "Turn on the light", which she does. Upon Waking up, Luz finds herself in a pocket dimension on top of a giant Rubik's cube, and finds Eda & King having nightmares of their own, using the light glyph, she wakes them up and upon discovering that she's really here, happily hug in much joy.

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Luz reunites with Eda and King.

After telling them everything that happened before reuniting with them, the reunited trio are disturbed by the Collector; he got advice from Belos that if he wants to be their friend he should try & play with them directly, King tries to tell him that his version of playing is dangerous & wrong, but the Collector brushes it off since he doesn't understand the meaning of Death, before engaging the 3 in a series of games, hoping that this will make him be friends with them.

After a series of dangerous, giant-sized children's games, Luz, Eda, & King manage to beat the Collector at every one of them, but after catching breaths, Luz finds him sulking in a corner and goes of to comfort him, doing this, she learns about his past & why he's so content on keeping King: Eons ago his siblings, the Archivists, sent him down to the demon realm where he befriended many of the baby titans, but when the Archivists grew scared of their powers, they took them away before the last titan, King's dad locked him away in the in-between realm when he thought he was responsible. Relating to the Collector about being misunderstood, Luz, Eda, & King decide to show him how they became friends.

Going around the isles, Luz begins showing the Collector memories of her past adventures, where he slowly begins to learn the true meaning of life, and when they head to the knee, he reveals that the glyphs are really titan magic, which makes him think the Titan was showing her all of the clues to do them. Though the Collector at first thought she must have forced the Titan into telling him, King assures him that she didn't force anyone into doing it, with her telling him that people are complex, but sometimes it takes kindness and forgiveness, something he takes to heart.

Unfortunately, before the Collector went to play with them, he told Belos that not only King is a titan, but also revealing that the Titan making up the isles is still technically alive; the heart right next to his throne is still beating, still using Raine as a way to get to places, he flies back to his old castle and despite Raine taking back control of his body, he manages to take control of the heart, which causes the skull to breath & its eyes to glow, which gets noticed by Luz & the others. Flying to the castle as evil mold cover over the whole isles, they witness him cover his castle in the form of a giant dragon and begins to once again destroy the isles.

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Luz as she disintegrates into light particles after being consumed by Belos' mold.

Taking Luz's advice to him from earlier, the Collector flies up to Belos and attempts to make peace with him, but when Belos tries to attack him, but Luz speeds right up to him to protect him, but when she does so, it causes her body to evaporate into light and fades away from existence. Leading to Eda & King to unleash their inner demons and attack the maniacal (& total hypocrite) witch hunter-turned-dragon in a rage of fury, and causing the Collector to finally understand the meaning of death.

The last ball of light that made up Luz somehow ended up in the in-between-realm, and as the light goes underwater, it forms up Luz which then leads her to drown under the water & sadly makes her realize she should've thanked them for everything they've done for her, but just as she fully drowns, she is rescued and meets King's dad the Titan, who has been watching King and all those who have been kind to him, though a depressed Luz tells him she had hoped the Collector would blast Belos away, the Titan relates about how he tried to keep his own son safe, and shows guilt for attacking the wrong person, when Luz then asks if trying to save their families makes them as bad as Belos, who was trying to save humanity, he assures her that their ambitions truly came from a genuine place, while Belos' goal was just nothing more than him obsessing to become the Hero in his own twisted fantasy, making him dangerously afraid of what he can't control. With Belos close to having full control of his body, the Titan offers the last of his magic to Luz so he can stop him, though hesitant at first, after hearing the Titan call her "a good witch", she confidently accepts the Titan's offer and is granted his powers, bidding goodbye to her as they both finally leave the in-between realm, albeit in different directions.

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Luz finally returns in her half-Titan form.

With the Titan's magic, Luz returns to the living world in a new titan-witch. After saving Eda, King, and the Collector, the owl family burn away Belos' moldy tendrils while the Collector keeps the archive house up high so it will not crash. After flying up high into space, the trio speedily flies back to the castle to cut Belos off from his powers. Luz rushes to Belos who is hanging from the heart, while Eda, King, and Raine hold back his mould in an attempt to protect himself. With all her might, Luz successfully rips Belos off from the heart and causes all the mould around the isles to stop and disintegrate into ash, though the Titan's left arm remains up in the air. After recovering from the explosion, Luz finds Belos, who forms into his younger self. He makes one last attempt to manipulate her by saying that all his time he was "cursed by dark magic that forced him to do everything he did". Luz, fortunately, does not buy it and watches as the boiling rain melts him while she remains unharmed. When Belos is reduced to a skull (and still not seeing the error of his way), she lets Eda, King, and Raine stomp him to death, ending his reign of terror once and for all.

After Belos is finally killed, the magic of the Titan leaves Luz and passes on. With the Isles saved, the Collector returns everyone to normal to begin a fresh start to a new age, while Luz, Eda, King, and Raine return to the Owl House, and give themselves much-needed rest. They are visited by the Collector, Lilith, Camila, and Amity, where Luz and Amity share a heartfelt kiss and Camila finally meets her newfound family. Though happy they have got there happily ever after, Luz realizes with the Titan's passing she can no longer use the glyphs. Though deeply saddened by this, she gracefully prepares for the next chapter of her life.

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Luz and the rest waving goodbye to the Collector.

Four years later, now a fully-matured teen and a high school graduate, Luz packs up for college on the boiling isles, something her mom fully supports, as not only had Camila legally bought the old shack, the Collector had also turned it into a new portal that allows them to visit the demon realm whenever they like. As she walks over into the isles, Luz finds out that everyone has made her a belated Quinceañera (dubbed "King-ceañera) to celebrate her birthday; she spent her last three birthdays helping rebuild the isles. Another surprise in store for her is that King's growing powers will allow Luz to once again do glyph magic (though it is slightly different from his dad's). Lastly, the Collector, who was busy traveling the universe doing soul-searching, puts on a fabulous shooting star show for all the guests. Happy for all the times she spent with the people she loved, Luz thanks Eda & King for all the things they have done for her.

Chibi Tiny Tales[]

Luz appears in several Chibi Tiny Tale shorts. In "Lumity Date", Luz goes on a date with Amity. The two try to kiss each other, but the moment keeps getting ruined by someone or something nearby. During a dance, Luz tries to kiss Amity only for that moment to be ruined by King, who has taken over the stage and making quite a racket. But at the end of their date, Luz (after making sure nobody else is around, adjusting the camera, and ensuring the audience's silence) is able to give Amity a kiss on the cheek (after checking there are no more surprises).

In The Owl House/Amphibia crossover short, "The Amphibia House", Luz and King meet Anne, Sprig, Polly, and Hop Pop, who are transported to The Boiling Isles by the Calamity Box. During the short, Luz and King show Anne and the Plantars around the Isles and becoming good friends until they are transported back to their own realm.

Video games[]

Disney Heroes: Battle Mode[]

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Luz in Disney Heroes: Battle Mode

Luz Noceda is a playable character in Disney Heroes: Battle Mode. Luz was introduced in Update 5.9. Luz Noceda is a Back-Line Control role hero. Luz uses Ice, Plant, Fire, and Light Glyph Magic to deal damage and apply various debuffs to enemies and apply buffs to allies, Luz also has exclusive debuff called 'Confusion'. Luz just like Eda is based on Season 1.

Luz Noceda has friendship campaigns with Eda Clawthorne and Philoctetes.


The Disney Wiki has an article focusing on the relationships of Luz Noceda.


The Disney Wiki has a collection of images and media related to Luz Noceda.


  • Luz is of Hispanic descent.[2]
  • Her first name means "light" in both Spanish and Portuguese, while her last name is Spanish meaning "grove of walnut trees".
    • It is pronounced as /ˈlus ˈnəʊsɛɪdə/ (LOOS noh-SAY-də).
  • Luz is named after Dana Terrace's friend, Luz Batista, who works as a story artist and consultant for the show.
  • In "A Lying Witch and a Warden", Luz states that she likes to edit anime clips to music. This implies that she is an otaku, a person who is obsessed with Japanese culture, particularly anime.
  • Luz is fluent in both English and Spanish.
  • Dana Terrace has confirmed on Reddit that Luz is bisexual.[3]
    • Luz is the first Disney LGBT protagonist, with previous Disney LGBT characters being side characters.
    • In "Thanks to Them", Luz comes out as bisexual.
      • One of the pins on the beret she wears during the episode is of the bisexual flag.[4]
      • Willow's scrapbook has a page featuring photos of Luz and Amity together. Next to their pictures are two pride heart stickers: a bisexual one for Luz, and a lesbian one for Amity.[5]
  • Much of Luz's character and backstory is loosely based off of her creator, Dana Terrace. Both Luz and Dana are bisexual, and both their fathers passed away when they were very young.
    • Dana Terrace has also mentioned that she likes to tell her own story through Luz.
  • When asked during a Tumblr AMA if Luz has ADHD, Dana Terrace stated that she didn't write Luz specifically with ADHD in mind but based her off of the observations Terrace made of her friends and herself from high school. Later on in an interview with YouTuber Rebecca Rose, Terrace added on that she did think of Luz as neurodivergent when first writing her character.[6]
  • She made a brief cameo in the Broken Karaoke shorts "Born to Be Strange" riding on Owlbert with King and Tilly Green, and "Evil as Can Be" on the calendar with Anne Boonchuy and Molly McGee.


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