History Characters / JusticeLeagueTheLeague

18th Apr '18 6:06:40 PM ASCE
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* HeroDoesPublicService: Flash's friendliness went beyond simply heroism; utilizing his super-speed, he donated a significant portion of his time to helping individual townsfolk, being on a first-name basis with many of the Central City's residents. He also did charitable work for the city's underprivileged.
17th Apr '18 11:03:15 PM ASCE
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* CasanovaWannabe: He is flirtatious around women and would annoy Hawkgirl, but if truly taken with a woman as he was with Fire, he could be bashful, awkward and even shy.



* DeadpanSnarker: As with the other versions of the character, Wally has a very sharp wit.

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* DeadpanSnarker: As Flash frequently treats the gravest threats with a flippant remark, often underestimating the other versions true danger of the character, Wally has a very sharp wit.situation.



* TheIdealist: He was in many ways the League's most idealistic member, and his friendliness and compassion were the "glue" that held the disparate team of heroes together. These qualities were best illustrated by events in the alternate universe of the Justice Lords, in which Flash's murder transformed the League from heroes to tyrants.



* SadClown: A DefiedTrope - Orion assumes he's this (see ObfuscatingStupidity), but Wally really doesn't care about a destroyed Flash Museum so long as no-one got hurt.

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* RedIsHeroic: His superhero costume.
* SadClown: A DefiedTrope - DefiedTrope. Orion assumes he's this (see ObfuscatingStupidity), but Wally really doesn't care about a destroyed Flash Museum so long as no-one got hurt.


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* SuperStrength: Because of the sheer speed and momentum his body generated, Flash possessed enhanced strength. Since his body was naturally protected from most of the effects of his speed, the ultra-fast punches and movements of Wally's limbs could produce devastating impacts that could stun or injure otherwise stronger or more powerful beings such as Superman or Brainiac. He could also throw objects at extremely high speeds, as he was able to hold off the likes of Justice Lord Superman by throwing rocks.


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* TheEmpath: Because of his telepathic abilities he acts as a counselor and empath for the League in JLU.


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* FlyingBrick: Although not on Superman's level, [[ComboPlatterPowers he comes with his own set of unique powers on top of it.]]


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* NighInvulnerability: An increase in his density results in a blue aura that increases his strength and invulnerability. This also allows J'onn to fully recover after sustaining severe physical damage, such as being torn apart into two by the Annihilator.


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* PsychicRadar: He can detect the presence of other people. In "Tabula Rasa", he's able to find a missing girl who was lost in the woods at night.


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* TheSpock: J'onn possesses a wealth of scientific knowledge and technological expertise, crucial to the success of the Justice League.


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* YoungerThanTheyLook: Despite being over 1,000 years old he maintains the appearance of what appears to be a middle-aged man.
17th Apr '18 10:56:49 PM ASCE
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** In "Shadow of the Hawk"
-->'''Batman:''' Until about 5 years ago, when he started claiming that aliens landed in ancient Egypt.\\
'''Hawkgirl:''' Well, then, he must be a lunatic because we all know that there's no life on other planets.
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* NaïveNewcomer: She is portrayed as this in the first season being unfamiliar with earth society. In "Maid of Honor", she begins to venture into "Man's World" for reasons other than to protect it and befriended Princess Audrey of Kaznia.

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* NaïveNewcomer: NaiveNewcomer: She is portrayed as this in the first season being unfamiliar with earth society. In "Maid of Honor", she begins to venture into "Man's World" for reasons other than to protect it and befriended Princess Audrey of Kaznia.
17th Apr '18 8:00:46 PM Manny20444
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* TheAgeless: In the Static Shock episode "Future Shock", she was mentioned to still be alive and active in some way during the 2040s. Also, in an alternate future created by Chronos, Warhawk informed Diana that her future self had been killed during the destruction of the Watchtower, along with many other members of the Justice League.

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* TheAgeless: In the Static Shock ''WesternAnimation/StaticShock'' episode "Future Shock", she was mentioned to still be alive and active in some way during the 2040s. Also, in an alternate future created by Chronos, Warhawk informed Diana that her future self had been killed during the destruction of the Watchtower, along with many other members of the Justice League.



** However, this is {{Averted}} in second and ''Unlimited'' seasons of the show through the fact that she begins to call herself Wonder Woman as most of the other characters do.

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** However, this is {{Averted}} in second and ''Unlimited'' seasons of the show ''Justice League'' through the fact that she begins refer to call herself as Wonder Woman as just like most of the other characters do.
17th Apr '18 6:30:59 PM ASCE
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* ActionGirl: Diana has consistently been depicted as a strong and powerful hero, especially among females in the DCAU.



* TheAgeless: In the Static Shock episode "Future Shock", she was mentioned to still be alive and active in some way during the 2040s. Also, in an alternate future created by Chronos, Warhawk informed Diana that her future self had been killed during the destruction of the Watchtower, along with many other members of the Justice League.



* DefectorFromParadise: When "Man's World" came under attack by the Imperium, she proposed to her mother Hippolyta that they send help. When Hippolyta refused to intervene, Diana still felt it was her duty to help. Diana took the goddess' magic armor. Urged on by the distress call of the J'onn, Diana left Themyscira and traveled to where she felt the summons originating.



* EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses: She is the Princess of Themyscira.

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* EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses: She is Diana grew up as the Princess princess of her people, beloved by everyone on Themyscira.



* TheHeart: Averted. Unlike the comics, Flash fills this role instead.



* ImmuneToBullets: She herself is not, but her bracelets are.



* ImprobableWeaponUser: On one occasion she used her ''tiara'' as a PrecisionGuidedBoomerang.

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* ImprobableWeaponUser: On one occasion she used her ''tiara'' as She possesses silver bracelets that could deflect all sorts of projectiles, an indestructible golden lasso, and a PrecisionGuidedBoomerang.tiara that could be thrown like a boomerang.



* LivingLieDetector: Her golden lasso contained the power to force the truth out of anyone wrapped in it.
* LoveInterests: In "The Savage Time", she traveled back in time with the rest of the League, to stop Savage. During this time, she met Steve Trevor, who gave her first taste of romance. After successfully stopping Savage and restoring the timeline, she visited an aged Trevor, who still remembered her as his "angel."
** [[UnresolvedSexualTension There's also Batman.]]



* NaiveNewcomer: She is portrayed as this in the first season.

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* NaiveNewcomer: NaïveNewcomer: She is portrayed as this in the first season.season being unfamiliar with earth society. In "Maid of Honor", she begins to venture into "Man's World" for reasons other than to protect it and befriended Princess Audrey of Kaznia.



* PrecisionGuidedBoomerang: Her tiara. She used it to known down her [[EvilCounterpart Justice Lord]] counterpart in "A Better World."



* SmallGirlBigGun: In "For the Man Who Has Everything", Wonder Woman grabs a {{BFG}} and fires it at Mongul, just as she does in the [[ComicBook/ForTheManWhoHasEverything comic story]]



* SuperReflexes: ''Bullets-and-bracelets'', anyone?
* SuperStrength: Just like her comic book counterpart, Diana was "blessed by the gods" with amazing strength.

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* SuperReflexes: ''Bullets-and-bracelets'', anyone?
She is adept at providing cover for her allies, utilizing her "bullets and bracelets" routine to deflect artillery fire, lasers, and Green Lantern-style energy beams.
* SuperStrength: SuperSpeed: Just like her comic book counterpart, Diana was "blessed by the gods" with amazing speed.
* SuperStrength: ...and amazing
strength.


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* UnstoppableRage: In "Hereafter", when Superman was seemingly murdered by Toyman, Diana very nearly killed the villain in revenge. She was only dissuaded by Flash when he reminded her that Superman would never have advocated murder.


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* ActionGirl: Just like Diana.
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* AntiHero: Type III. Especially in how she killed Kragger by removing his life support and leaving him to fall to his death.
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* EtTuBrute: In "Starcrossed", it hit Green Lantern the hardest that Hawkgirl was revealed to the entire planet as a spy. To make matters worse, she revealed that she was engaged to the Thanagarians' commander, Hro Talak.



* FastestThingAlive: Self proclaimed and proven.



* DropTheHammer: Hawkgirl's primary weapon is an energy mace.

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* DropTheHammer: Hawkgirl's primary weapon is an energy mace.Hawkgirl carries a mace made of Nth metal, which could generate electric currents and repel magical energies. She was skilled at wielding and throwing the mace accurately.



* LoveTriangle: She's involved in ''three'', with John Stewart[=/=]Hro Talak, then with John[=/=]Vixen, and ''then again'' with John[=/=]Hawkman. The lady is certainly busy when it comes to romance.
** Heh heh. Four if you count the unrequited yearning of Kragger for Hro Talak (who was totally oblivious).

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* LoveTriangle: She's involved in ''three'', three, with John Stewart[=/=]Hro Talak, then with John[=/=]Vixen, and ''then again'' with John[=/=]Hawkman. The lady is certainly busy when it comes to romance.
** Heh heh. Four if you count * MilitarySuperhero: Not as much as Green Lantern, but a a former member of the unrequited yearning of Kragger for Hro Talak (who was totally oblivious).Thanagarian military, she had extensive training in tactics, military science, and personal combat skills.


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* WeakButSkilled: Although she doesn't have SuperStrength to the extent of Superman and Wonder Woman, and the DCAU overall, Hawkgirl is incredibly skilled in martial arts. Single-handedly defeating four of the Green Lantern Corps members in hand-to-hand combat in "In Blackest Night".
17th Apr '18 9:57:43 AM ASCE
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* TornadoMove: Flash found many applications for his super-speed. One was the ability to generate whirlwinds by rotating his arms at an incredible rate or by running in circles. These whirlwinds could be used to buffet opponents, or perhaps to cushion the impact of falling people or objects. Flash could even use such a whirlwind to briefly propel himself through the air.
* TornadoMove: Flash found many applications for his super-speed. One was the ability to generate whirlwinds by rotating his arms at an incredible rate or by running in circles. These whirlwinds could be used to buffet opponents, or perhaps to cushion the impact of falling people or objects. Flash could even use such a whirlwind to briefly propel himself through the air.


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* ThrowingYourSwordAlwaysWorks: With her mace.


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* WasItAllALie: In "Starcrossed", before leaving, she told Green Lantern that she loved him and never lied about that.
16th Apr '18 9:57:55 PM ASCE
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* SmartPeoplePlayChess: The promotional material says she's able to beat ''Batman'' at chess. This isn't entirely unfounded in the show; she knew ''Batman's'' identity without being told. Given how freaking obsessive he is about that, she's obviously much more intelligent that [[AttackAttackAttack her combat strategy]] would suggest. Onscreen, Aquaman only beats her because she's too distracted by self-loathing to take him seriously.

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* SmartPeoplePlayChess: The promotional material says she's able to beat ''Batman'' at chess. This isn't entirely unfounded in the show; Despite her short fuse and often brutal M.O., Hawkgirl has a keen mind, as she knew ''Batman's'' identity without being told. Given how freaking obsessive he is about that, she's obviously much more intelligent that [[AttackAttackAttack her combat strategy]] would suggest.regularly defeated Batman at chess offscreen. Onscreen, Aquaman only beats her because she's too distracted by self-loathing to take him seriously.


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* {{Unobtainium}}: Hawkgirl carries a mace made of Nth metal, which could generate electric currents and repel magical energies.
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