History Characters / AnimatedTeenTitans

19th May '18 9:37:23 AM CYSYS8993
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* CharacterDevelopment: In the prequel episode before the Teen Titans were first formed, he worked alone. After meeting the soon to be core members, he has learned a lot about the importance of teamwork and a team itself.
19th May '18 6:07:03 AM Snowy66
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* ArcHero: All of the Titans, sans Starfire, take turns being this for a season.
** Robin for Season One, where the story is focused on his battle with Slade and foiling the mysterious mastermind.
** Terra for Season Two, where she's the central character being the newbie on the Titans and eventually revealed to be [[spoiler:a SixthRangerTraitor]].
** Cyborg for Season Three, where the main plot is him going up against Brother Blood and the HIVE Academy.
** Raven for Season Four, with the overall story arc being the prophesy of Trigon entering the mortal realm using her as a portal.
** Beast Boy for Season Five, where his past of being in the Doom Patrol and their enemies the Brotherhood of Evil takes center stage.
18th May '18 12:32:55 PM Scabbard
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** Lightning starts to feel this way when he's about to strike down Lightning.

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** Lightning starts to feel this way when he's about to strike down Lightning.Thunder.
5th May '18 10:22:35 AM Fretless94
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* VerbalTic: She never uses contractions (so she will always say "I am" instead of "I'm" or "Is not" instead of "Isn't"), probably because she basically downloaded the language rather than learned it, only allowing her to process the most necessary elements of communication.

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* VerbalTic: She never uses contractions (so she will always say "I am" instead of "I'm" or "Is not" instead of "Isn't"), probably because she basically downloaded the language rather than learned it, only allowing her to process the most necessary elements of communication. She also has a habit of using "the" in sentences where it's either unnecessary or where another word might sound more natural.
2nd May '18 4:21:10 PM Snowsky
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* BizarreTasteInFood: She loves mustard. No, she doesn't put it on food--she likes to ''drink'' it.
24th Apr '18 6:53:57 PM Pichu-kun
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* AgeLift: They're younger than their comic versions were in the adapted arcs. In the comics, Robin was already in college when he met Starfire. Everyone but Beast Boy (who was 16) were on the very late side of being a teenager.
24th Apr '18 11:20:05 AM Pichu-kun
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* AdaptationalPersonalityChange: He's a bit more straight-laced and serious compared to his ''New Teen Titans'' incarnation.

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* AdaptationalPersonalityChange: AdaptationPersonalityChange: He's a bit more straight-laced and serious compared to his ''New Teen Titans'' incarnation.



* AdaptationalPersonalityChange: In contrast to her comic book counterpart (who is more forceful and hot-tempered), Starfire in this cartoon is naive, innocent, and somewhat insecure.

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* AdaptationalPersonalityChange: AdaptationPersonalityChange: In contrast to her comic book counterpart (who is more forceful and hot-tempered), Starfire in this cartoon is naive, innocent, and somewhat insecure.



* AdaptationalPersonalityChange: In the 1980s comics, Raven was genuinely TheStoic, always looked neutral, and rarely emoted. In the cartoon she is more witty and ''much'' more emotional, though she still keeps herself from being too emotional.

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* AdaptationalPersonalityChange: AdaptationPersonalityChange: In the 1980s comics, Raven was genuinely TheStoic, always looked neutral, and rarely emoted. In the cartoon she is more witty and ''much'' more emotional, though she still keeps herself from being too emotional.



* AdaptationalPersonalityChange: He is more easygoing than his comic book counterpart.

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* AdaptationalPersonalityChange: AdaptationPersonalityChange: He is more easygoing than his comic book counterpart.
24th Apr '18 10:10:16 AM Pichu-kun
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* AdaptationalPersonalityChange: He's a bit more straight-laced and serious compared to his ''New Teen Titans'' incarnation.



* AdaptationalPersonalityChange: In contrast to her comic book counterpart (who is forceful and hot-tempered), Starfire in this cartoon is naive, innocent, and somewhat insecure.

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* AdaptationalPersonalityChange: In contrast to her comic book counterpart (who is more forceful and hot-tempered), Starfire in this cartoon is naive, innocent, and somewhat insecure.



* AmbiguouslyHuman: It's never mentioned in-series just what he is. He actually ''is'' a human with green skin and animorphism powers, however the cartoon doesn't explain this.



* VocalEvolution: In the episode "Go!", we get to see Beast Boy fresh from the Doom Patrol, and his voice starts out notably higher-pitched, [[{{Adorkable}} almost nervously squeaky.]] The voice evens out over the rest of the episode into the usual tone Beast Boy has for the rest of the series. Notable in that this was an episode done late into the series as the origin story for how the Titans came together in the first place, technically making it an InvertedTrope that centers itself back out into being played straight.

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* VocalEvolution: VocalEvolution:
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In the episode "Go!", we get to see Beast Boy fresh from the Doom Patrol, and his voice starts out notably higher-pitched, [[{{Adorkable}} almost nervously squeaky.]] The voice evens out over the rest of the episode into the usual tone Beast Boy has for the rest of the series. Notable in that this was an episode done late into the series as the origin story for how the Titans came together in the first place, technically making it an InvertedTrope that centers itself back out into being played straight.straight.
** Beast Boy's voice was a bit deeper in early episodes.


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* AdaptationalPersonalityChange: In the 1980s comics, Raven was genuinely TheStoic, always looked neutral, and rarely emoted. In the cartoon she is more witty and ''much'' more emotional, though she still keeps herself from being too emotional.


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* ChildByRape: Not explicitly, however there's little room for her not being this in one way or another.


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* VocalEvolution: She originally had a higher pitched voice.


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* YouDontLookLikeYou: His outfit and hair are very different from Garth's in the comics.


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* AbledInTheAdaptation: Terra in the cartoon has an AmbiguousDisorder but Terra in the comics was explicitly psychopathic in ''The Judas Contract'' comic arc. Later {{retcon}}s, however, say that Terra was either drugged by Deathstroke or she was coerced into being how she was, rather than mentally ill.
* AdaptationalAttractiveness: She trades in her "normal girl" looks for a cuter design. She also lost her buck teeth.


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* AdaptationalNiceGuy: Terra in the comics calls her "friends" names and is always hounding on Beast Boy. It initially seemed to be playful with a bit of being a jerk, however her reveal as TheMole shows that she just genuinely disliked the Titans. In the cartoon, Terra is genuinely friendly and upbeat prior to teaming up with Slade.
23rd Apr '18 8:27:10 AM QuantumMelody29
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* {{The Big G|uy}}irl: As both a {{ProudWarriorRaceG|uy}}irl and the physically strongest Titan, although her preference for playing FlyingFirepower over FlyingBrick and bubbly disposition make it less noticeable.

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* {{The Big G|uy}}irl: As both a {{ProudWarriorRaceG|uy}}irl [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy proud warrior race girl]] and the physically strongest Titan, although her preference for playing FlyingFirepower over FlyingBrick and bubbly disposition make it less noticeable.



* EveryoneCanSeeIt: Her {{U|nresolvedSexualTension}}ST with Robin.

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* EveryoneCanSeeIt: Her {{U|nresolvedSexualTension}}ST UnresolvedSexualTension with Robin.
23rd Apr '18 8:19:48 AM QuantumMelody29
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* SugarAndIcePersonality: [[Pantheon/{{Calmness}} The Goddess]] and poster girl for the UsefulNotes/AnimeFanSpeak term {{Kuudere}}. She acts coldly towards everyone, partly due to attachment issues but mostly because her powers are tied to her emotions, and if she doesn't keep iron control over them at all times, she could get a dangerous case of PowerIncontinence. However, she's willing to go to almost any lengths for her friends, and we occasionally see glimpses of her softer side. Also a rare case of one ''doubling'' as a {{Tsundere}}.

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* SugarAndIcePersonality: [[Pantheon/{{Calmness}} The Goddess]] and poster girl for the UsefulNotes/AnimeFanSpeak term {{Kuudere}}. She acts coldly towards everyone, partly due to attachment issues but mostly because her powers are tied to her emotions, and if she doesn't keep iron control over them at all times, she could get a dangerous case of PowerIncontinence. However, she's willing to go to almost any lengths for her friends, and we occasionally see glimpses of her softer side. Also a rare case of one ''doubling'' as a {{Tsundere}}.
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