History Characters / Batgirl

24th May '17 5:18:50 PM troodos
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* ExtremeOmnivore: It doesn't get much more impressive than ''eating Lovecraftian horrors from the Shadowlands''.



* LivingShadow: In her disguise as The Nothing, she uses the Shadow Thief's belt to become this.



* TheMole: In the Justice League Elite for the JLA.



* PlatonicLifePartners: With Tim.

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* PlatonicLifePartners: With Tim. Sometimes goes into LikeBrotherAndSister.


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* SuperSpeed: In one issue she ''outruns a bullet''.
8th May '17 11:24:33 AM FuzzyBarbarian
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A character named Betty Kane was the Bat-Girl for seven appearances in the 1960s, but is usually not considered an official Batgirl.

For Helena Bertinelli (Batgirl II), see the ComicBook/{{Huntress}} page.

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A character named Betty Kane was the Bat-Girl for seven appearances in the 1960s, but is usually not considered an official Batgirl.

Batgirl. For Helena Bertinelli (Batgirl II), her tropes, see the ComicBook/{{Huntress}} page.Characters/BatmanAndBatFamily
8th May '17 11:22:51 AM FuzzyBarbarian
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[[folder:Batgirl III / Black Bat / '''Orphan II''' (Cassandra Cain)]]

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[[folder:Batgirl III II / Black Bat / '''Orphan II''' (Cassandra Cain)]]



[[folder: '''Spoiler''' / Robin IV / Batgirl IV (Stephanie Brown)]]

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[[folder: '''Spoiler''' / Robin IV / Batgirl IV III (Stephanie Brown)]]
23rd Apr '17 7:51:41 PM Golondrina
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* ARealManIsAKiller: subversion.


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* ARealManIsAKiller: Subversion.
31st Mar '17 7:59:52 PM Doug86
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** In the 60s, she was at least seven years older than [[ComicBook/{{Robin}} Dick Grayson]]. However, it wasn't until the 90s (after ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'') when Creator/{{DC}} began to seriously push the Grayson-Gordon relationship, where her age is implied to be much closer to that of Dick's, due to them being ChildhoodFriends. In Batgirl: Year One, she seems to be 2-3 years older, at most.

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** In the 60s, she was at least seven years older than [[ComicBook/{{Robin}} Dick Grayson]]. However, it wasn't until the 90s (after ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'') when Creator/{{DC}} Creator/DCComics began to seriously push the Grayson-Gordon relationship, where her age is implied to be much closer to that of Dick's, due to them being ChildhoodFriends. In Batgirl: Year One, she seems to be 2-3 years older, at most.
11th Mar '17 8:02:31 AM smokeycut
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* HappilyAdopted: Pre-''Flashpoint'', she was Bruce Wayne's adopted daughter.
15th Feb '17 11:31:01 PM rafi
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For Helena Bertinelli (Batgirl II), see the Characters/BatmanSupportingCast page.

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For Helena Bertinelli (Batgirl II), see the Characters/BatmanSupportingCast ComicBook/{{Huntress}} page.
11th Feb '17 12:31:51 AM narm00
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Of course, all good things must come to an end. When she resurfaces in the ''One Year Later'' continuity jump, she has, for some reason, joined Deathstroke's "Titans East" as a villain and re-donned her Batgirl costume. What's more, her personality was twisted into that of a stereotypical DragonLady, all due to ExecutiveMeddling. Attempts to explain this away with Deathstroke's brainwashing drugs generally proved fruitless.

Eventually, she regained the mantle of Batgirl. As of the latest "Batgirl" series, Cass has relinquished the mantle to the Spoiler following Bruce Wayne's "death". Upon his return, Wayne has founded Batman Incorporated, and he and Tim have approached her to become the Black Bat, a member of the team operating in Hong Kong.

She did not make any appearances for a long time after the ComicBook/New52 reboot, but as of October 2015, Cassandra is now officially back in the picture with issue #1 of ComicBook/BatmanAndRobinEternal. At the end of that series, she takes the codename "Orphan" after her father, although she's on the Bat's side.[[hardline]]

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Of course, all good things must come to an end. When she resurfaces resurfaced in the ''One Year Later'' continuity jump, time-skip, she has, had, for some reason, joined Deathstroke's "Titans East" as a villain and re-donned her Batgirl costume. What's more, her personality was twisted into that of a stereotypical DragonLady, all due to ExecutiveMeddling. Attempts to explain this away with Deathstroke's brainwashing drugs generally proved fruitless.

Eventually, she regained the mantle of Batgirl. As Batgirl, but as of the latest 2009 "Batgirl" series, Cass has she relinquished the mantle to the Spoiler following Bruce Wayne's "death". Upon his return, Wayne has founded Batman Incorporated, and he and Tim have approached her to become the Black Bat, a member of the team operating in Hong Kong.

She did not make any appearances for a long time after the ComicBook/New52 reboot, but as of October 2015, Cassandra is now officially came back in the picture with issue #1 of ComicBook/BatmanAndRobinEternal. At the end of that series, she takes the codename "Orphan" after her father, although she's on the Bat's side.[[hardline]]



* AmbiguousDisorder: According to WordOfGod, Cassandra is neurologically atypical, though James Tynion IV has decided to avoid labeling exactly what disorders Cassandra has, so as to avoid stereotyping people with specific neurological disorders. Pre-''Flashpoint'' she was confirmed to be dyslexic, but any other disorders were unnamed.

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* AmbiguousDisorder: According to WordOfGod, Cassandra is neurologically atypical, though James Tynion IV has decided to avoid labeling exactly what disorders Cassandra has, so as to avoid stereotyping people with specific neurological disorders.
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Pre-''Flashpoint'' she was confirmed to be dyslexic, but any other disorders were unnamed.



* BookDumb: Originally, she barely was able to speak and couldn't read at all (she had trouble reading the words ''it was''). Then, during her FaceHeelTurn, she miraculously gained the ability to speak and read perfectly. As of ''Rebirth'', she's back to being illiterate and unable to speak more than a few words at a time.
* ButNotTooForeign: Half Asian, half white. This is emphasized by the fact that, DependingOnTheArtist, she has blue or green eyes (very improbable for a half-Asian person).

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* BookDumb: Originally, she barely was able to speak and couldn't read at all (she had trouble reading the words ''it was''). Then, during her FaceHeelTurn, she miraculously gained the ability to speak and read perfectly. As of ''Rebirth'', ''DC Rebirth'', she's back to being illiterate and unable to speak more than a few words at a time.
* ButNotTooForeign: Half Asian, half white. This is emphasized by the fact that, DependingOnTheArtist, she has can have blue or green eyes (very improbable for a half-Asian person).



* DanceBattler: Post-''Flashpoint'', she works ballet moves into her fighting style.



* DanceBattler: Post-''Flashpoint'', she works ballet moves into her fighting style.



* DragonLady: During her FaceHeelTurn. Not only does she monologue in Navajo, she starts to flirts with Robin.

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* DragonLady: During her FaceHeelTurn. Not only does she monologue in Navajo, she starts to flirts flirt with Robin.



* TheFettered: Post-''Flashpoint''. She's able to see numerous ways to kill her opponents, and has to focus, has to restrain herself, to make non-lethal attacks. This was touched on a few times in Pre-''Flashpoint'' continuity, but not given as much focus.



* HeroicVow: What ThouShaltNotKill is to her post-''Flashpoint'': she's able to see numerous ways to kill her opponents, and has to focus, has to restrain herself, to make non-lethal attacks. This was touched on a few times in pre-''Flashpoint'' continuity, but not given as much focus.



* LukeIAmYourFather: Pre-''Flashpoint'', it took her some time to find out David Cain was her father by blood, not adoption.



** Her post-''Flashpoint'' origin changes up a number of things: Her father raised her as he did as a secret project, an example for Mother, his superior, of the effectiveness of the "old ways" of reshaping a child into a desired tool through trauma (however, Mother wasn't happy when she found out he'd been hiding Cass from her). Her first murder, which drove her never to kill again, was [[spoiler:Harper Row's mother]]. Her history with the Batfamily's been reset so she joins them as Orphan; she's not been Batgirl or Black Bat.

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** Her post-''Flashpoint'' origin changes up a number of things: Her father raised her as he did as a secret project, an example for Mother, his superior, of the effectiveness of the "old ways" of reshaping a child into a desired tool through trauma (however, Mother wasn't happy when she found out he'd been hiding Cass from her). Her He exposed her to his killings up close in order to numb her to death, but it didn't work out, as her first murder, which drove her never to kill again, was [[spoiler:Harper Row's mother]].mother]], drove her never to kill again. Her feelings about her father are complicated; she doesn't feel he managed to redeem himself, but she does honor him [[spoiler:and mourn him]]. Her history with the Batfamily's been reset so she joins them as Orphan; she's not been Batgirl or Black Bat.
10th Feb '17 12:06:09 AM troodos
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%%* AbusiveParents

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%%* AbusiveParents* AbusiveParents: Both her parents are in the running for some of the worst in the DCU.



* AllLovingHero: As Stephanie's "ghost" tells her, she cares about everyone. It takes a special sort of this to be willing to die for a random {{Mook}}.



* AmbiguousDisorder: According to WordOfGod, Cassandra is neurologically atypical, though James Tynion IV has decided to avoid labeling exactly what disorders Cassandra has, so as to avoid stereotyping people with specific neurological disorders.

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* AmbiguousDisorder: According to WordOfGod, Cassandra is neurologically atypical, though James Tynion IV has decided to avoid labeling exactly what disorders Cassandra has, so as to avoid stereotyping people with specific neurological disorders. Pre-''Flashpoint'' she was confirmed to be dyslexic, but any other disorders were unnamed.



* BackFromTheDead: Twice, both times at the hands of her mother, Lady Shiva. Of course, both deaths were, directly or indirectly, ''caused'' by Shiva.



* DanceBattler: Post-''Flashpoint'', she works ballet moves into her fighting style.



%%* DodgeTheBullet

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%%* DodgeTheBullet* DodgeTheBullet: While many of the Bat-Family have been shown to evade gunfire, Cassandra has been explicitly shown to be able to dodge bullets ''after'' they've left the chamber.



* TheFettered: Post-''Flashpoint''. She's able to see numerous ways to kill her opponents, and has to focus, has to restrain herself, to make non-lethal attacks.

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* TheFettered: Post-''Flashpoint''. She's able to see numerous ways to kill her opponents, and has to focus, has to restrain herself, to make non-lethal attacks. This was touched on a few times in Pre-''Flashpoint'' continuity, but not given as much focus.



%%* NameOfCain

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%%* NameOfCain* NameOfCain: Like her father, though she later takes on the Wayne name instead.



%%* OneManArmy

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%%* OneManArmy* OneManArmy: Downplayed. She's almost unstoppable in a fight, and can take down {{Mooks}} by the dozen, but she can be tired out by enough opponents.



* SuperStrength: Of the CharlesAtlasSuperpower variety, but even then her strength is still nigh-unbelievable.



* TooHungryToBePolite: Her life as a homeless runaway has caused her to have absolutely no manners when eating, much to the amusement of her friends.



%%* WaifFu

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%%* WaifFu* WaifFu: A 110 pound girl who is canonically the best non-powered fighter on the planet.
9th Feb '17 9:03:51 AM narm00
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She did not make any appearances for a long time after the New52 reboot, but as of October 2015, Cassandra is now officially back in the picture with volume 1 of Batman and Robin Eternal. At the end of that series, she takes the codename "Orphan" after her father, although she's on the Bats' side.[[hardline]]

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She did not make any appearances for a long time after the New52 ComicBook/New52 reboot, but as of October 2015, Cassandra is now officially back in the picture with volume 1 issue #1 of Batman and Robin Eternal. ComicBook/BatmanAndRobinEternal. At the end of that series, she takes the codename "Orphan" after her father, although she's on the Bats' Bat's side.[[hardline]]
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* ARealManIsAKiller: subversion.



** She's also this as Orphan, as a disabled Asian girl taking over from her father, a disabled white man (she cut his hand off, and he replaced it with a prosthetic).



* AmbiguousDisorder: According to WordOfGod, Cassandra is neurologically atypical, though James Tynion has decided to avoid labeling exactly what disorders Cassandra has, so as to avoid stereotyping people with specific neurological disorders.

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* AmbiguousDisorder: According to WordOfGod, Cassandra is neurologically atypical, though James Tynion IV has decided to avoid labeling exactly what disorders Cassandra has, so as to avoid stereotyping people with specific neurological disorders.



* ARealManIsAKiller: subversion.



* CharlesAtlasSuperpower: Super body language reading. Moreover, her TrainingFromHell allows her to perform such feats as throwing a Batarang, then racing ahead of the missile and catching it before it hits the target. In fact, when she encountered a group of rogue government agents, their computers identify her as having SuperSpeed and SuperStrength, surprising them when a blood test shows that she is not actually a metahuman.
* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Following ''The Comicbook/{{New 52}}''.
* CombatStilettos: Lampshaded, when she steals Barbara's costume, she trips on the heels and it disrupts her WaifFu.

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* CharlesAtlasSuperpower: Super body language reading. Moreover, her TrainingFromHell allows her to perform such feats as throwing a Batarang, then racing ahead of the missile and catching it before it hits the target. In fact, when she encountered a group of rogue government agents, their computers identify identified her as having SuperSpeed and SuperStrength, surprising them when a blood test shows showed that she is not wasn't actually a metahuman.
* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Following ''The Comicbook/{{New 52}}''.
For a few years after the ''Comicbook/{{New 52}}'' began.
* CombatStilettos: Lampshaded, Lampshaded; when she steals Barbara's costume, she trips on the heels and it disrupts her WaifFu.



%%* CuteMute



* DependingOnTheArtist: The most common interpretation is heavily scarred, skinny, and [[MostCommonSuperpower (comparatively)]] small-breasted, but that [[http://scans-daily.dreamwidth.org/945740.html doesn't stop]] [[http://scans-daily.dreamwidth.org/273503.html some artists.]] In addition, her height varies somewhat. Her official height is 5'5", but while speaking with Bronze Tiger she seems much smaller. [[UpToEleven Even further more]], her eye color and skin tone vary significantly.

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* DependingOnTheArtist: The most common interpretation is heavily scarred, skinny, and [[MostCommonSuperpower (comparatively)]] small-breasted, but that [[http://scans-daily.dreamwidth.org/945740.html doesn't stop]] [[http://scans-daily.dreamwidth.org/273503.html some artists.]] In addition, her height varies somewhat. Her official height is 5'5", but while speaking with Bronze Tiger she seems much smaller. [[UpToEleven Even further more]], Furthermore]], her eye color and skin tone vary significantly.



* DragonLady: During her FaceHeelTurn. Not only does she Monologue in Navajo, she starts to flirts with Robin.

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* DragonLady: During her FaceHeelTurn. Not only does she Monologue monologue in Navajo, she starts to flirts with Robin.



* FaceHeelTurn: She becomes the leader of the League of Assassins in the One Year Later event and later becomes a member of Titans East. Retcon revealed that this was caused by Deathstroke's drugs.

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* FaceHeelTurn: She becomes the leader of the League of Assassins in the One Year Later event relaunch and later becomes a member of Titans East. Retcon revealed that this was caused by Deathstroke's drugs.drugs.
* TheFettered: Post-''Flashpoint''. She's able to see numerous ways to kill her opponents, and has to focus, has to restrain herself, to make non-lethal attacks.



* GoodScarsEvilScars: when the artists remember.

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* GoodScarsEvilScars: when When the artists remember.



* LegacyCharacter: Obviously with the Batgirl identity, but in the new 52 continuity, she takes on her father's old code name of "Orphan" [[spoiler: after his death]]. She also has shown a consistent desire to become the next Batman, which even Bruce Wayne himself seems to approve of.

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* InTheHood: Her costume in ''ComicBook/BatmanAndRobinEternal''.
* LegacyCharacter: Obviously with the Batgirl identity, identity pre-''Flashpoint'', but in the new New 52 continuity, she takes on her father's old code name of "Orphan" [[spoiler: after his death]]. She also has shown a consistent desire to become the next Batman, which even Bruce Wayne himself seems to approve of.



* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: Though her abilities seem to be the result of her father's training, her mother, Lady Shiva, has similar ones despite her lack of such an upbringing, suggesting there is a hereditary component to it. Whatever the source of her abilities, genetic testing confirmed that she is not a metahuman.
* {{Malaproper}}: As a result of her lack of experience with language.



* {{Malaproper}}: As a result of her lack of experience with language.
* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: Though her abilities seem to be the result of her father's training, her mother, Lady Shiva, has similar ones despite her lack of such an upbringing, suggesting there is a hereditary component to it. Whatever the source of her abilities, genetic testing confirmed that she is not a metahuman.



* PlatonicLifePartners: With Tim
* PutOnABus: After the Comicbook/InfiniteCrisis, she has a FaceHeelTurn, followed by a HeelFaceTurn, and subsequently benched until being wiped away from existence by ''ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}}''. She was finally reintroduced in ''Batman & Robin Eternal'', however.
* TheQuietOne: She speaks little and mostly with short words. This is the result of [[AbusiveParents her father]] raising her without talking to her or letting her hear people talk, so that [[CharlesAtlasSuperpower body language would be her language]]. Even after [[AppliedPhlebotinum magic]] fixed this, she was never comfortable with words.

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* PlatonicLifePartners: With Tim
Tim.
* PutOnABus: After the Comicbook/InfiniteCrisis, she has a FaceHeelTurn, followed by a HeelFaceTurn, and is subsequently benched until being wiped away from existence by ''ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}}''. She was She's finally reintroduced in ''Batman & Robin Eternal'', however.
* TheQuietOne: She speaks little and mostly with short words. This is the result of [[AbusiveParents her father]] raising her without talking to her or letting her hear people talk, so that [[CharlesAtlasSuperpower body language would be her language]]. Even after [[AppliedPhlebotinum magic]] a telepath]] fixed this, her inability to talk pre-''Flashpoint'', she was never comfortable with words.words.
** The nature of her difficulty with language differs pre- and post-''Flashpoint''. Pre-''Flashpoint'', she started out with a near-total incapacity with language before encountering the telepath who rewired her brain. Post-''Flashpoint'', she does understand language, but forming what she wants to say in her mind is difficult for her.



** Her post-''Flashpoint'' origin changes up a number of things: Her father raised her as he did as a secret project, an example for Mother, his superior, of the effectiveness of the "old ways" of reshaping a child into a desired tool through trauma (however, Mother wasn't happy when she found out he'd been hiding Cass from her). Her first murder, which drove her never to kill again, was [[spoiler:Harper Row's mother]]. Her history with the Batfamily's been reset so she joins them as Orphan; she's not been Batgirl or Black Bat.



* TwoferTokenMinority - Half-Chinese-American woman who is illiterate and can barely speak.

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* TwoferTokenMinority - TwoferTokenMinority: Half-Chinese-American woman who is illiterate and can barely speak.



As of the ComicBook/{{New 52}}, she is back in her Spoiler identity, and reappears in "Batman #28" as such, in a prelude to her story in the 2014-2015 weekly ComicBook/BatmanEternal storyline beginning in April 2014. Within said series, her history has been [[{{Retgone}} Retgone'd]], and she is just starting out.

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As of the ComicBook/{{New 52}}, she is back in her Spoiler identity, and reappears in "Batman #28" ''Batman'' #28 as such, in a prelude to her story in the 2014-2015 weekly ComicBook/BatmanEternal storyline beginning in April 2014. Within said series, her history has been [[{{Retgone}} Retgone'd]], and she is just starting out.



** It's acknowledged in story as well. Tim Drake quit the job after Batman tricked him into some convoluted training exercise involving a false future. Alfred thinks Batman just took Stephanie in to make Tim jealous (not helped by the fact that he compares everything she does by how Tim would do it). Its also notable that Bruce withheld a lot of the same respects and trusts he'd given his other Robins; she wasn't informed of the secret identities of characters such as Catwoman, she was never told Bruce's real name, and most notably, was never informed of his other aliases, specifically Matches Malone. It was this lack of trust that lead to the events of ''War Games''. Catwoman actually comments on the fact that Bruce seriously failed Stephanie by not giving her the same trust he'd given Tim, Jason, and Dick.

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** It's acknowledged in story as well. Tim Drake quit the job after Batman tricked him into some convoluted training exercise involving a false future. Alfred thinks Batman just took Stephanie in to make Tim jealous (not helped by the fact that he compares everything she does by how Tim would do it). Its It's also notable that Bruce withheld a lot of the same respects respect and trusts he'd given his other Robins; she wasn't informed of the secret identities of characters such as Catwoman, she was never told Bruce's real name, and most notably, was never informed of his other aliases, specifically Matches Malone. It was this lack of trust that lead to the events of ''War Games''. Catwoman actually comments on the fact that Bruce seriously failed Stephanie by not giving her the same trust he'd given Tim, Jason, and Dick.



* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Following ''The Comicbook/{{New 52}}''.

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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Following ''The Comicbook/{{New 52}}''.For a period following the ''Comicbook/{{New 52}}''.
* ColdBloodedTorture: What killed her, after hours of being subjected to it.



* ColdBloodedTorture: What killed her, after hours of being subjected to it.



* DisappearedDad: Post-New 52, he was [[spoiler:killed at the end of ''Batman Eternal'']].



* InformedFlaw: Officially, she wasn't as competent as the other Robins, and its why she was fired and, subsequently, killed. However, besides being taken hostage ([[SarcasmMode because that's never happened before]]), she wasn't any less competent than the others. She lacked Tim's genius and Dick's experience, but during her appearances outside the book at the time, and prior to the event, she was able to keep up and kick butt with the rest of them.

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* InformedFlaw: Officially, she wasn't as competent as the other Robins, and its it's why she was fired and, subsequently, killed. However, besides being taken hostage ([[SarcasmMode because that's never happened before]]), she wasn't any less competent than the others. She lacked Tim's genius and Dick's experience, but during her appearances outside the book at the time, and prior to the event, she was able to keep up and kick butt with the rest of them.



%%* HeterosexualLifePartners: With Cass,[[HoYay probably]].
* LegacyCharacter: She picks up the immediate mantle from Cassandra Cain, becoming the third "real" Batgirl in current continuity, but she also struggles with the even larger burden of living up to Barbara's original legacy. This is exacerbated by the fact that Barbara serves as her mentor.

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%%* HeterosexualLifePartners: With Cass,[[HoYay Cass, [[HoYay probably]].
* LegacyCharacter: She picks up the immediate mantle from Cassandra Cain, becoming the third "real" Batgirl in current continuity, continuity at the time, but she also struggles with the even larger burden of living up to Barbara's original legacy. This is exacerbated by the fact that Barbara serves as her mentor.



* ThePollyanna: She experiences just as much dark and violent crimes as any of the other members of the bat team, but unlike them, she still manages to keep a sunny attitude.

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* ThePollyanna: She experiences just as much dark and violent crimes as any of the other members of the bat team, Bat-team, but unlike them, she still manages to keep a sunny attitude.



* {{Squee}}: Stephanie herself squee's relatively often, as she is a teenager who has managed to remain [[PluckyGirl light-hearted and chipper]] despite the traumas in her own life. When the possibility of a team-up with the Comicbook/BirdsOfPrey comes up she is ''ecstatic''.

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* {{Squee}}: Stephanie herself squee's squees relatively often, as she is a teenager who has managed to remain [[PluckyGirl light-hearted and chipper]] despite the traumas in her own life. When the possibility of a team-up with the Comicbook/BirdsOfPrey comes up she is ''ecstatic''.



** OlderThanTheyThink: She actually first appeared at this level of competence shortly after her death, and even before hand she was always at least decent enough to fight by herself. ''WarGames'' and her time as Robin made her look far less competent, but after she returned from her death she straightened out and was closer on level with Tim, fighting wise. Of course, in between her coming back and this series, the stories with her were a little weird, so most seem to ignore them.

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** OlderThanTheyThink: She actually first appeared at this level of competence shortly after her death, and even before hand beforehand she was always at least decent enough to fight by herself. ''WarGames'' ''War Games'' and her time as Robin made her look far less competent, but after she returned from her death she straightened out and was closer on level with Tim, fighting wise. Of course, in between her coming back and this series, the stories with her were a little weird, so most seem to ignore them.
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