History Characters / TeenTitans

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** [[Characters/ComicbookTeenTitansSilverAge Silver Age (1964-1969)]] [[note]] Garth, Wally West, Dick Grayson, Roy Harper, Donna Troy[[/note]]
** [[Characters/ComicbookTeenTitansBronzeAge Bronze Age (1970-1979)]] [[note]] Bumblebee, Gnaark, Mal Duncan, Hawk & Dove, Duela Dent, Lilith Clay [[/note]]
** [[Characters/ComicbookTeenTitansNewTeenTitans The New Teen Titans (1980-1994)]] [[note]] Baby Wildebeest, Beast Boy, Cyborg, Jericho, Kole, Pantha, Phantasm, Raven, Red Star, Jason Todd, Starfire, Terra [[/note]]
** [[Characters/ComicbookTeenTitansTeamTitans Team Titans (1992-1994)]] [[note]] Redwing, Prestor Jon, Killowat, Nightrider, Battalion [[/note]]
** [[Characters/ComicbookTeenTitansArsenalTitans Arsenal's Titans (1994-1996)]] [[note]] Damage, Kyle Rayner, Bart Allen, Minion, Mirage, Ravager, Supergirl (Linda Danvers), Terra II [[/note]]
** [[Characters/ComicbookTeenTitansAtomTitans Atom's Teen Titans and The Titans (1996-2003)]] [[note]] Argent, Ray Palmer, Captain Marvel, Jr., Jesse Chambers, Hotspot, Prysm, Risk [[/note]]
** [[Characters/ComicbookTeenTitansAncillary Ancillary Teams (Titans West, Titans L.A., Titans East, Honorary Titans)]] [[note]] Anima, Aquagirl, Bushido, Flamebird, Golden Eagle, Protector [[/note]]
** [[Characters/ComicbookTeenTitansVillains Villains]] [[note]] Blackfire, Brother Blood II, Cheshire, Deathstroke, Deathwing, the Fearsome Five, Godiva, H.I.V.E., Mad Mod, Mister Twister, Trident, Trigon the Terrible, the Wildebeest Society [[/note]]
6th Jan '17 4:07:36 PM Gregzilla
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* ''Characters/TeenTitansEarthOne'' for characters from the ''ComicBook/EarthOne'' incarnation of the comics.
1st May '16 9:16:58 AM bud0011
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* ''Characters/TeenTitansGo'' for characters in the second cartoon series.

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* ''Characters/AnimatedTeenTitansVillains'' for antagonistic characters of the cartoon series.

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* ''Characters/AnimatedTeenTitansVillains'' for antagonistic characters of the cartoon series.
* ''Characters/TeenTitansGo'' for characters in the second cartoon
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* ''Characters/AnimatedTeenTitans'' for characters of the cartoon series.

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* ''Characters/AnimatedTeenTitans'' for characters of the cartoon series.
* ''Characters/AnimatedTeenTitansVillains'' for antagonistic characters of the cartoon
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28th Jun '13 8:33:24 PM DAMartin
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This is the character sheet for the WesternAnimation/TeenTitans as they appear in the animated series of the same name. [[Characters/ComicbookTeenTitans See here]] for the characters from the [[Comicbook/TeenTitans Titans comic books]].

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[[folder: Core Team]]

* TheTeam / ColorCodedCharacters
** TheLeader: Robin - Red
** TheLancer / GadgeteerGenius [[BoisterousBruiser Bruiser]]: Cyborg - Blue
** PluckyComicRelief: Beast Boy - Green
** TokenEvilTeammate: Raven - Purple
** TheChick: Starfire - Orange

!!Robin
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->"As much as I hate to admit it, he and I are kind of alike. But there's one big difference between me and Slade: he doesn't have any friends."

->'''Voiced by''': Creator/ScottMenville

Robin is TheLeader of the team. Trained by {{Batman}}, he manages to keep on an even keel with a team of metahumans through his intelligence, tactical skills, martial arts prowess and, when it all boils down to basics, enough pure crazy to ''frighten'' the four of them if he really cuts loose. Robin left his position as Batman's sidekick and moved all the way to Jump City to start working solo, only to end up taking charge of the Teen Titans on his first night there and deciding, afterwards, that heading a team might not be so bad after all.

Robin is, at heart, a fairly normal teenager, enjoying hanging out and chilling as much as his comrades do. However, he's Batman's ex-sidekick, and this means he shares his mentor's fixation on discipline and hard work, which can put him at odds with his more relaxed teammates. He's also got issues of his own, namely a tendency to fixate on problems to such an extent that he stops paying attention to anything but "the mission", which has damaged his friendships on more than one occasion. Despite this, he is loyal to his team and takes threats against them seriously indeed.

[[ShrugOfGod The creators are ambivalent]] about which Robin precisely he's supposed to be, with WordOfGod being that he's more supposed to represent "[[CompositeCharacter Robin in general]]" than a specific member of the Batclan. That said, the show has enough {{Mythology Gag}}s and several hints that many assume him to be Dick Grayson, the First Robin. It should also be mentioned that he's explicitly revealed to be Dick Grayson in ''ComicBook/TeenTitansGo'', the comic series based on the cartoon, though YMMV on it's canonicity.

Powers and Abilities: BadassNormal with a variety of weapons and devices.

* AmazonChaser: Some of the things he likes the most about Starfire are "the way you shoot starbolts, that you're brave, and the strongest girl ever."
* BadassCape
* BadassNormal: Keeps up with a team of metahumans despite having no powers himself.
* BattleCouple: With Starfire.
* BerserkButton: Almost always Slade.
* {{Blackmail}}: By Slade in the Season 1 finale.
* BlankWhiteEyes
* BrokenAce: In the BadFuture, he's the only Titan whose become more badass. But at the cost of becoming utterly devoted to his work without any teammates.
* BroodingBoyGentleGirl: Brooding Boy to Starfire's Gentle Girl.
* BurningWithAnger: He was flaming in "Betrothed" when Blackfire spitefully engages Starfire to an ugly blob of an alien.
* CatchPhrase: "Teen Titans, GO!" Usually just shortened to "Titans, GO!"
* CelibateHero: He refuses to be "something more than a hero" regarding his relationship with Starfire.
* CharlesAtlasSuperpower: Shown to be capable of beating down large superpowered beings with his bare hands
* CircusBrat: When Raven reads his mind, she sees an image of trapeze artists falling to their deaths, implying this to be the case, and a strong hint that this Robin is Dick Grayson.
** [[spoiler: Confirmed in the comics when Robin is clarified to be Dick Grayson.]]
* CombatPragmatist
* CompositeCharacter: Has Dick Grayson's origin story and relationship with Starfire, Jason Todd's temper, and Tim Drake's fighting style.
* CrazyJealousGuy: Doesn't like it when Starfire shows interest in other guys.
* CrazyPrepared: Half-subverted in that he has a very specific range of gadgets instead choosing to apply them in creative ways... but when he made [[spoiler:the Red X suit]] he included a ''lot'' of anti-Titan gadgets, a fact that gets [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] when someone steals the suit and uses it on them.
* {{Determinator}}
* [[EtTuBrute Et Tu, Starfire?]]: In "Haunted" when she shoots him in the back [[spoiler:because he is haunted by hallucinations of Slade and threatens to take down anyone who gets in his way.]]
* EveryoneCanSeeIt: His {{UST}} with Starfire.
* ExpressiveMask
* FatalFlaw: He's hypercompetitive and prone to complete fixation on his goal, no matter how important, and this repeatedly proves his undoing.
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: The Choleric.
* FunnyBruceLeeNoises: Does it surprisingly often.
* FutureBadass: As {{Nightwing}} in "How Long is Forever?"
* GenreBlind
* HairTriggerTemper
* TheHero
* HeroesWantRedheads
* HotBlooded
* InterSpeciesRomance: With Starfire.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: He may seem abrasive to his teammates and may have a temper, but since he does care about them, his heart's in the right place.
* TheLeader: At times he can seem a type I (mastermind), but when in battle's he's a type II (level headed).
* LoveAtFirstPunch: When he and Starfire first met, she beat him up and ''[[SlapSlapKiss then]]'' [[SlapSlapKiss kissed him]] to learn the English language.
* MarriedToTheJob
* MoralityChain: The rest of the Titans in general ground him, especially Starfire.
* NotHimself: When he has visions of Slade and starts acting crazy.
* NotSoAboveItAll: A straight-laced and serious leader a good amount of the time, but still capable of being as goofy or awkward as the rest of the Titans.
* NotSoDifferent: From Slade, though as he notes, he has the one difference that matters: His friends.
* OneManArmy: Stated by the Master of Games in "Winner Take All."
* OnlySaneMan: With Cyborg and Beast Boy constantly fooling around, Starfire getting excited with just about everything and misunderstands the rest, and Raven in a corner being quiet, Robin often ends up like this.
* OppositesAttract: With Starfire.
* OtherMeAnnoysMe: In "Fractured".
* RealMenWearPink: He enjoys cooking and it actually looks quite nice compared to what [[LethalChef Starfire]] comes up with ("The Beast Within").
* [[spoiler:ReverseMole: In the season one finale, after Slade [[FaceHeelTurn recruits him as his apprentice]] [[SadisticChoice in exchange for his friends' lives.]]]]
* SanitySlippage: In the episode "Haunted."
* SavvyGuyEnergeticGirl: Savvy Guy to Starfire's Energetic Girl.
* ScreamingWarrior
* SheIsNotMyGirlfriend: With Starfire.
* ShonenHair: {{Lampshaded}} and parodied in some episodes. Also [[InvokedTrope invoked]] since Robin is shown styling his hair and Cyborg points out that he stinks of hair gel.
* ShootTheDog: Red X.
* SimpleStaff: His weapon of choice.
* StandardizedLeader: Varies. He'll often come off like this in episodes that focus on other members of the team, but the ones that focus on him tend to make him a much more nuanced character than this trope implies.
* TheStoic: {{Batman}} has apparently rubbed off on him.
* TallDarkAndHandsome: Not quite tall, but he sure is dark and handsome. Though, he fits this perfectly when he [[spoiler: becomes Nightwing.]]
* TheTeamNormal: The only member of the team with no powers.
* TokenHuman: The only vanilla human member of the team.
* UnderstandingBoyfriend: In the episode where Starfire turns into a chrysalis, Robin chases after her, even after seeing all her weird changes. Later when he meets up with her again, he tells her he would have come for her even if she hadn't changed back to looking perfectly normal.
* UnresolvedSexualTension: A ''lot'' with Starfire. [[spoiler: They finally get together in the movie.]]
* WhatDoTheyFearEpisode: In one of the comics. Robin's greatest fear is his new "family" falling apart and disappearing.
* WillTheyOrWontThey: With Starfire. [[spoiler: TheyDo in the movie.]]
* WouldHitAGirl: He had no problem getting into a fight with Terra in "Aftershock."

!!Starfire
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->'''Starfire''': "I would like to initiate a group hug!"
->'''Raven''': "Pass."

->'''Voiced by''': HyndenWalch

Technically the reason the Teen Titans exist in this show, Starfire is the second of the three children of the Royal Family of Tamaran. When her planet was attacked and devastated by the Gordanians, Starfire's elder sister Blackfire made a peace settlement with the invaders by giving them her younger sibling as a slave. Unfortunately for her captors, Starfire, while apparently rather naive and gentle by Tamaranian standards, was too much for them to handle, breaking loose and flying to Earth. There, she had an... ''interesting'' meeting with the other future Teen Titans, who came to her defense against the Gordanians. Like all her species, Starfire can fly, is super strong, is extremely durable, and can hurl energy blasts called "starbolts."

Starfire is a strange mixture of personality traits; most of the time, she acts quite gentle and demure, possibly due to expectations of Earth culture and desire to better assimilate in her adopted home, but when the need arises she can be as much the fearsome warrior as any of her comrades. Starfire is deeply fascinated by Earth and enjoys learning new things... perhaps partially because it gives her an excuse to get closer to her leader.

Powers And Abilities: Flight, superstrength, projecting "starbolts" from hands and/or eyes, [[BatmanCanBreatheInSpace able to survive in the vacuum of space]], [[FlightStrengthHeart learning languages by kissing]].

* ActionGirl
* {{Adorkable}}: Comes off as this with her slightly broken English.
* AlienLunch: Has some weird tastes in Earth food -- admittedly, some of it is because she's not a native and so doesn't truly know what humans eat, but she's also got some very strange eating habits (like considering mustard a drink). Her friends treat her as something of a LethalChef whenever she tries to cook a Tamaranian meal for them.
* AllThereInTheManual: It is the ''ComicBook/TeenTitansGo!'' comics that reveal why she was a Gordanian prisoner and the existence of her younger brother.
* ApologeticAttacker
* ArrangedMarriage: Almost went through with one of these. She'd been told it would end a war, but in fact it was a ruse by Blackfire.
* BadassAdorable
* BadassNormal: In "Stranded" where she temporarily loses all of her powers. Doesn't mean she's helpless without them, being part of a ProudWarriorRace and all.
* BadassPrincess
* BareYourMidriff: Seen not just in her outfit, but also in Robin's, and Cyborg's armor in issue 24 of ''ComicBook/TeenTitansGo!''
* BattleCouple: With Robin.
* BewareTheNiceOnes
* BigEater: Shows she is this in "Betrothed" when she and her fellow Tamaranians engaged in a feeding frenzy during dinner.
* TheBigGal: Strength-wise, she shares this role with Beast Boy.
* BizarreAlienBiology: She has 9 stomachs and a three/four meter long prehensile tongue.
* BluntMetaphorsTrauma: Can't quite get a handle on Earth slang.
* BondBreaker: A rare heroic example, and an unintentional one at that. After Starfire goes through time while fighting Warp, she disappears from the rest of the Titans' lives. What was a few seconds for her was twenty years for the rest of the team, and none of them handled her absence well since she balanced them out.
* BroodingBoyGentleGirl: Gentle Girl to Robin's Brooding Boy.
* BurningWithAnger: In "Date With Destiny", she literally burns up until she became a burnt match with eyes when Robin was forced to ask Kitten out.
* CainAndAbel: The Abel to Blackfire's Cain.
* CatGirl: Got turned into a tiger cub in "Bunny Raven".
* TheChick: One of ''two'' girls on the team, but she's more feminine than Raven and serves as [[TheHeart the team's heart]].
* ClingyJealousGirl: Doesn't like other girls showing interest in Robin.
* CloudCuckoolander: Justified; she is, after all, [[FishOutOfWater an alien adjusting to life on Earth]].
* [[CluelessChickMagnet Clueless Dude Magnet]]: Starfire would sometimes not realize she's getting hit on by guys.
* CoolCrown: Briefly wears one during her brief period as the Grand Ruler of Tamaran in "Betrothed."
* CuddleBug
* CuteBruiser
* TheCutie
* DangerouslyShortSkirt: A miniskirt, specifically, but trying to get a peek ''will'' result in a CurbStompBattle.
* DarkSkinnedRedhead
* DoesNotKnowHerOwnStrength: On occasion, as seen whenever she hugs someone too hard.
* EloquentInMyNativeTongue
* [[EtTuBrute Et Tu, Robin?]]: Happens to her in the two-parter episode, "Apprentice", when she discovers that he's working with Slade and was stealing the thermal blaster for him.
* EveryoneCanSeeIt: Her {{UST}} with Robin.
* EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses
* ExposedToTheElements: When the other four Titans bundle up when in arctic areas, Starfire still wears her usual outfit with no discomfort. The only piece of winterwear she put on was a hat. This is because Tamarians can survive in ''space'' without protection so artic areas are no trouble.
* EyeBeams
* FantasticRacism: Was a victim of it in "Troq".
* FashionableAsymmetry: She wears a metal band on one arm.
* FieryRedhead: She's a redhead, and her name has "fire" in it.
* FishOutOfWater: She's an alien on another planet.
* FlyingBrick
* FlyingFirepower
* {{Foil}}: Provides a more lighthearted, empathetic contrast to Robin's HotBlooded seriousness. This makes her a frequent partner of Robin's during fights.
* ForeignFanservice: She came from another ''planet''.
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: The Sanguine (Shares this with Beast Boy).
* FunnyForeigner
* GenkiGirl: Justified; all that emotional energy is the source of her super powers. 'Joy' for {{Flight}}, 'confidence' for super strength, and general perkiness.
* GeniusDitz: How does she know the secret to travel faster than light?
** Or how many atoms are in one kilogram of oxygen?
* GirlyBruiser
* {{Glomp}}: Hands these out quite readily.
* GlowingEyesOfDoom: Whenever she fights.
* GranolaGirl: Shows signs of this, though she's still getting used to our planet and doesn't really have the finer points down. She doesn't quite have the diet part down though; known for eating many a bizarre food, when they actually go to Tamaran she's shown to have the same level of table manners as the rest of her people (none) and much of their food appears to still be alive.
* TheHeart: "How Long Is Forever?" establishes that she's the emotional crutch holding the team together.
* HeterosexualLifePartners: Graduates to such a stage with Raven.
* IAmAMonster: In "Transformation", Starfire thinks herself as this during her metamorphosis, fearing that her final transformation will cause her to be too hideous to be seen with anyone else, even her friends. Afraid her friends will view her as a freak, she chose to isolate herself in outer space. Fortunately she reverts back to her old self.
* IBelieveICanFly
* IDidWhatIHadToDo: In "Haunted", Starfire had no choice but to knock Robin out with a starbolt to the back when he went as far as to threaten the others that he'll take them down should they get in his way of finding Slade.
* ImportantCharacterImportantEvidence: Starfire was the first one to realize that Red-X is [[spoiler: Robin]].
* InnocentFanserviceGirl: In one comic story, she didn't seem to realize she was naked and wondered why Robin and Cyborg were reacting the way they were.
* InterSpeciesRomance: With Robin.
* JustFriends: Even before their RelationshipUpgrade, she considered Robin her best friend, to the point where she [[spoiler: couldn't attack him when he was working for Slade]].
* LethalChef
--> Cyborg: "Ooh! Ooh! Starfire! Remember that purple Tamaranian pie thingy that was full of bugs?"
--> Starfire: "My stewed grunthmek which made you visibly sick?"
--> Cyborg: "YEAH! You gotta cook up some of that!"
* LightEmUp: Her main superpower is firing off green bolts of light.
* LightFeminineDarkFeminine: The Light to Raven's Dark.
* LightIsGood
* LightningBruiser
* MadeASlave: She was enslaved by a group of Gordanians before escaping to Earth.
* MagicKiss: Her ability to learn new languages.
* MagicSkirt
* MalfunctionMalady: Her chromium allergy causes her to sneeze starbolts.
* MiniDressOfPower
* MostCommonSuperpower
* MsFanservice
* MusclesAreMeaningless: She's a ''lot'' stronger than she looks.
** GlacierWaif: Tougher too. Robin's staff actually shattered against her in "Go!".
* [[NiceGuy Nice Girl]]
* {{Omniglot}}: She can learn any language by a kissing a speaker of it. By extension, this makes her TheFace when they go somewhere that doesn't speak English.
* OppositesAttract: With Robin.
* [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe Orange-Skinned Alien Babe]]
* PantyShot: In the beginning of "Sisters."
* [[PardonMyKlingon Pardon My Tamaranian]]: For a girl who's supposed to be [[TheIngenue sweet and innocent]], she uses Tamaranian swears frequently.
* PartialTransformation: In "Transformation", Starfire slowly gains these, but reverts at the end.
* PerpetualSmiler
* PingPongNaivete
* PlotAllergy: Her allergy to chromium in "Apprentice part 1", which is used to locate a bomb.
* PowerStrainBlackout: In her introductory arc.
* ProudWarriorRaceGirl: Taken to greater extremes in the WholeEpisodeFlashback "Go!" which was how the team got together. She's ''far'' more angry and prone to violence than the Starfire we're used to (helps that she's in the middle of escaping a life of slavery) and when she learns English, she says the closest word her race has to "kindness" is "weakness". Somewhat disconcerting, considering that basically everyone on Tamaran besides her sister is a good-natured BoisterousBruiser at the worst.
* PsychosomaticSuperpowerOutage: She needs to feel happy to fly, so when she's depressed, she loses the ability to fly.
* PubertySuperpower: Eye-beams.
* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech:
** Starfire sadly compares Robin to Slade in "Masks", for not trusting her and the others enough.
** She gives another one to Raven in "Switched", about how she doesn't let herself feel.
* RedHeadedHeroine
* SavvyGuyEnergeticGirl: Energetic Girl to Robin's Savvy Guy.
* SheCleansUpNicely: Though not unattractive in the slightest, she was quite stunning in her purple prom dress in "Date With Destiny". Robin certainly thought so.
* ShutUpKiss: In "Go!", but mainly just to learn the English language. Played straight in the movie's ending.
* SiblingRivalry: With Blackfire.
* SiblingYinYang: Again, with Blackfire.
* SignificantGreenEyedRedhead
* SpockSpeak: A rare version in that she doesn't speak this way due to a fascination with logic/science, but as a sign of her relative inexperience with Earth languages.
** She's also [[EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses royalty]], so it's not unlikely that she's used to speaking formally.
* {{Stripperiffic}}: Her outfit is rather skimpy, but it's winterwear compared to her comic book version.
* SuperStrength: Even beats Cyborg in this regard.
* ThighHighBoots: Just like her comic book counterpart, but with a different design.
* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: The Girly Girl to Raven's Tomboy.
* TownGirls: The Femme to Raven's Neither and Terra's Butch.
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Mustard. It's her favorite ''drink''.
* UnresolvedSexualTension: A ''lot'' with Robin. [[spoiler: They finally get together in the movie.]]
* UnusualEyebrows
* ViolentlyProtectiveGirlfriend: The prom episode with Killer Moth and Kitten, though it was Fang who felt the brunt of Starfire's protective wrath.
* WhatDoTheyFearEpisode: In one of the comics. Her greatest fear is her friends turning on her and turning her back over to Blackfire and slavery.
* WillTheyOrWontThey: With Robin. [[spoiler: TheyDo in the movie.]]
* YouWouldntLikeMeWhenImAngry: In "Go!", Starfire was a raging berserker at first. She eventually mellowed out fortunately.
** Then there were her jealous rages in "Date With Destiny..."
* ZettaiRyouiki

!!Beast Boy
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->'''Starfire:''' "Uh, I wish to remind you that you did not actually go to the movies, but merely observed a television program about a person that went to the movies."
->'''Beast Boy:''' "Oh yeah... that was cool."

->'''Voiced by''': GregCipes

The son of two scientists studying wildlife in Africa, Beast Boy was infected as a child with a mysterious disease, the experimental cure for which gave him the ability to turn into any animal, but permanently dyed him green. His parents drowned in a boating accident -- Beast Boy being too inexperienced to save anyone but himself -- and he was subsequently adopted by the Comicbook/DoomPatrol. It wasn't a stable family, and Beast Boy subsequently ran away after he hit puberty.

Beast Boy is the unofficial comedian of the team, though most of his teammates consider his typical array of jokes and pranks to be pretty groan-worthy, and it's implied that, like his comics counterpart, he's one of the "jokes to hide the pain inside" types. Whether he is or isn't, he is the youngest, in terms of behavior, of the team, obsessed with video games and goofing off, which means he's often chewed out by Robin. A devout vegetarian: as he has ''been'' [[{{Animorphism}} just about every animal under the sun]], he finds [[CarnivoreConfusion eating any kind of meat]] to be [[ImAHumanitarian too similar to cannibalism for his liking]]. (Though it might be more accurate to a call him a vegan- he eats tofu eggs rather than regular ones in "Nevermore"- but the show [[YouKeepUsingThatWord always refers to him as a vegetarian]].)

Powers And Abilities: [[{{Animorphism}} can change into any animal, living, extinct, or alien, so long as he knows what it looks like]], plus extra-powerful Beast form from "Beast Within" onwards (his use of animal forms is less a limitation and more a personal style).

* {{Adorkable}}: Watch him interact with non-Titans. In fact, even with the Titans, he's endearingly awkward.
* {{Animorphism}}
* AscendedFanboy: His favorite superhero when he was with the Doom Patrol was Robin.
* BadassAdorable
* BeastMan: He even tries to name himself this.
* BerserkButton: Don't talk to him about Terra's betrayal.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: Especially if you're a member of the Brotherhood. In fact, as goofy and playful as he is, he still manages to be effective.
** He was able to take on ''Slade'' single-handedly when [[UnstoppableRage sufficiently enraged]]. Never cross a guy who can turn into the most dangerous animals ever to walk the earth at will.
*** He caused [[spoiler:''[[{{Satan}} Trigon]]'']] a bit of pain with a ''wet-willy''-inspired attack. OK, he had actually [[spoiler: changed into a whale inside his head]], but he still got the idea from the wet-willy and called it his 'patented wet-willy maneuver'.
* BewareTheSillyOnes
* TheBigGuy: Variation. He's the shortest and skinniest member on the team, but he often relies on brute force.
* BookDumb: Clearly not the most book smart of the Titans, but he can be an effective leader when he gets serious.
* {{Brainwashed}}: Whilst the other four core members have also fallen victim to this special mention goes to Beast Boy who tends to fall victim to it more often and far more easily, which in itself became a RunningGag in the first Mad Mod episode.
* ButtMonkey
* CatchPhrase: "Dude!"
* ChivalrousPervert: In the movie, he gets his own legion of Japanese fangirls, and enjoys it very much.
* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: He really gets to show how badass he can really be in Season Five. [[spoiler: Despite being the PluckyComicRelief, he's quite possibly the most powerful and least inhibited of all the Titans. He managed to foil the Brotherhood's plot to capture him, then successfully organized a counterattack against them with only a handful of people before the rest of the Titans came through in a BigDamnHeroes moment.]]
** It's worth pointing out that he and Robin are the ''only'' superhero veterans on the team.
* CurtainsMatchTheWindow: He must have had green eyes before the mutating.
* CuteBruiser: A RareMaleExample.
* CuteLittleFangs
* CuteMonsterBoy
* [[spoiler:DidNotGetTheGirl]]
* DoggedNiceGuy: Towards Terra.
* EmbarrassingFirstName: It's [[spoiler: Garfield]].
* [[EtTuBrute Et Tu, Terra?]]: In the episode, "Betrayal", when he learns that Terra was Slade's apprentice.
* EverythingsBetterWithDinosaurs
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: The Sanguine (Shares this with Starfire).
* GenreSavvy: He spends his free time playing games and watching TV. It saved the day once against Control Freak.
** Shown most in "Fear Itself." He knows full well that [[LetsSplitUpGang splitting up]] when horror movie stuff has happened is the absolute ''worst'' thing you can do and that the comic relief guy (him) is always the first to go. And he's right, though no one gets hurt.
* GlobalIgnorance: He believed the Great Wall to be in Japan.
* GrowingUpSucks: [[spoiler:Until Season 5.]]
* HeartbrokenBadass
* HeroWorshipper: To Robin in "Go!".
* InSeriesNickname: B.B.
* IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy: In "Things Change", [[spoiler: Beast Boy decides to let Terra go so she can enjoy a normal life]].
* {{Keet}}: Kid's got a lot of energy.
* KidAppealCharacter
* LetsGetDangerous: Since he can't speak while shifted (unlike in the comics), it comes across that when he's in his animal forms, the jokes are over and he means business. And by "business", we mean kicking your ass.
* LikeAnOldMarriedCouple: With Raven according to WordOfGod.
* LockedIntoStrangeness: His green skin, hair, and eyes are a side effect of the serum that gave him his shape-changing abilities.
* LoveAtFirstSight: Towards Terra.
* MasculineGirlFeminineBoy: Feminine Boy to Raven's Masculine Girl. Sometimes.
* TheMovieBuff: He's a major fan of various movies, especially science fiction ones. In Control Freak's second episode, this provides him with a piece of trivia that enables him to turn Control Freak's TV-based powers against him, as he had picked up an obscure weakness in the process.
* MustMakeHerLaugh: Towards Raven.
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Though understandably emotional, he makes the grave error of giving Terra a HeelFaceDoorSlam after learning that she betrayed them. He spends most of "Aftershock Part 1" agonizing over this decision and trying to make things right. He fails... at least until the next episode.
* NiceGuy
* OccidentalOtaku
* PluckyComicRelief
* PointyEars: Chicks dig 'em. Or at least they do in Japan.
* RealMenEatMeat: Inverted; While he sometimes tries to act especially tough, being able to turn into any animal, even carnivores, leaves him perceiving eating ''any'' meat as cannibalism. Funnily enough, in "The Beast Within", when some chemicals make him more aggressive, he says "real men don't eat tofu" and devours Robin's ham-and-eggs breakfast.
* SadClown: Sometimes.
* [[{{ThirdTimesTheCharm}} Second Time's the Charm]]: It's guaranteed that Beast Boy fares substantially better the second time a villain faces the Titans.
** Useless in the [[{{Recap/TeenTitansS1E10MadMod}} "Mad Mod"]], critical in [[{{Recap/TeenTitansS3E7Revolution}} "Revolution"]]
** First to disappear in [[{{Recap/TeenTitansS2E5FearItself}} "Fear Itself"]], the one to beat Control Freak in [[{{Recap/TeenTitansS4E1Episode297494}} "Don't Touch that Dial"]]
** Slade neutralizes all of the Titans except Robin in Season 1? Come Season 5, he can take Slade on himself?
** Brotherhood of Evil
* ShapeshifterBaggage: Initially. When he first started, he couldn't change into anything bigger than himself.
* SidekickGlassCeiling: Sometimes...
* [[spoiler: SpannerInTheWorks: Pretty much singlehandedly foils the Brotherhood after they drove the Titans to the brink of destruction]].
* StarCrossedLovers: With Terra.
* StrawVegetarian: Downplayed; despite being ''devoutly'' vegan (see RealMenEatMeat) and often pointing out that he only eats meat replacements, he doesn't get preachy about this.
* SuperpoweredEvilSide: Gains one in "The Beast Within," to an extent- the Beast is certainly his most powerful form, but isn't "evil" so much as amoral and uncontrollable- more like TheIncredibleHulk than Raven's inner demon.
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Tofu everything.
* TheTrickster
* UnknownRival: To the Brain in Season 5 -- he treats the Brain with almost as much seriousness as Robin does with Slade, but the Brain barely seems to know who he is.
* VitriolicBestBuds: With Raven. Their relationship goes like "[[SlapSlapKiss Slap Slap]] Support" (for Beast Boy) "Slap Slap Commiserate after Raven gets used as a pawn for ancient evil magic." (for Raven)
* WellDoneSonGuy
* WhatDoTheyFearEpisode: In one of the comics. His greatest fear is the Doom Patrol fully disowning him.
* [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair You Gotta Have Green Hair]]

!!Raven
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->"Don't make me send you to another dimension."

->"I respect that you don't eat meat. Please respect that I don't eat fake meat."

->'''Voiced by''': TaraStrong

The half-human daughter of [[HotMom Arella Roth]], a human woman who managed to find her way to the other dimension of Azarath/a native of Azarath (the show isn't clear) and Trigon the Terrible, a dread and powerful demon lord who intended to use Raven to open a portal that would allow him to enslave Earth. As a result of her race, Raven has powerful telepathic and psychokinetic abilities that are destabilized by her emotional level -- in other words, if she fails to keep her negative emotions (positive feelings are okay or else Beast Boy would have been the source of about six Apocalypses throughout the show's run) tightly in check, her psychic power runs rampant, breaking and destroying her surroundings until she calms down. Presumably due to her birthplace, she is also versed in a wide variety of occult lore and a skilled practitioner of magic. She also has the power to astral project, dispatching her soul from her body to teleport herself or others, and to heal, though it's left unclear if these are PsychicPowers innate to her or mystical powers she has learned from her studies.

Because of her background and powers, Raven is a solitary, quiet individual who prefers to avoid interacting with others much, but displays a biting, acerbic wit and a love for sarcasm when she does.

Powers And Abilities: Flight, telekinesis, teleporting, HealingHands, [[TheEmpath empathy]] (though much less prominently than her comic counterpart), telepathy, general magic

* ActionGirl
* AdaptationDyeJob: Raven's hair was black in the comics (and ''very'' long).
* AloofDarkHairedGirl: She's very pretty, dark-haired, witty and aloof, and comes with more than enough trouble to qualify.
* AntiAntiChrist: Her dad wants her to help him end the world. She said 'no'.
* TheAntiNihilist: [[PlayingWithATrope Played With]]. She's naturally distant and usually deems things pointless, but ultimately cares for the Titans and enjoys her time with them.
* ApocalypseMaiden: "The gem was born of evil's fire. The gem shall be his portal. He comes to claim; he comes to sire, the end of all things mortal." She's the gem.
* BadassAdorable
* BadassBookworm
* BadassCape
* BarrierMaiden: In Season 4. Her will is all that's keeping Trigon out of the human's dimension.
* BecauseYouWereNiceToMe: The main reason that she considers the team her friends and the only reason she opens up to them more than most people.
* BerserkButton: "No one should ''ever'' go into my room."
* BirthmarkOfDestiny: Long and creepy looking red ones that form demonic script all over her body.
* BrokenBird: Though she does gradually open up in the last two seasons.
* BurningWithAnger: Usually over Beast Boy's antics.
* CatchPhrase / {{Invocation}}: "Azarath Metrion Zinthos!"
* CharacterDevelopment: Here's a big indicator of how far she's gone. In the earlier episodes, she's seen with her hood up nearly all of the time, even when she's with her friends. As the seasons go by, she wears it less and less.
* TheComicallySerious: See her second page quote.
* CreepyGood: At times.
* CreepyMonotone: Though not as creepy as Slade's monotone.
* CurtainsMatchTheWindow
* DangerousSixteenthBirthday: And we do stress [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt danger]].
* DarkIsNotEvil: She dresses in dark clothing, her powers are tinted black and she's half demon, but she's not evil.
* DarkMagicalGirl
* DeadpanSnarker: ''Constantly''.
* DeathGlare: Raven's glares will make you [[BowelBreakingBricks crap bricks]].
* DefrostingIceQueen: For a good part of season 1, she's always seen with her hood up. As her defrosting progresses, she starts having her hood down not only amongst the Titans, but often when she's alone in public as well.
* EeriePaleSkinnedBrunette
* EmotionlessGirl: She certainly ''has'' emotions and very powerful ones, but she has to keep them repressed to control her powers.
* TheEmpath: These were her only powers in the comic; here they're expanded upon to give her a more action-oriented role.
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: Alternates between Melancholic and Phlegmatic.
* GhostInTheMachine: The episode "Nevermore." With [[ColorCodedForYourConvenience color coding for your convenience]], of course - the pink, giggly Raven, the grey, shy and apologetic Raven and the green, energetic, CuteBruiser Raven. In a later shot, there are also brown, orange and yellow versions, which combine to form a white Raven, and when her inner demon is defeated it turns into a red Raven.
* GoodIsNotNice: Though she's not a total jerk.
* {{Goth}}: Downplayed. The most we get is that she writes depressing poetry. [[FridgeBrilliance It's probably her way of expressing herself]] before CharacterDevelopment sunk in.
* HadesShaded
* HalfHumanHybrid: Her mother was human and her dad's a demon lord.
* HatesBeingTouched: Especially if it's from [[TheDreaded Slade]]. Slowly grows out of it for everybody else, though.
* {{Hellgate}}
* HeterosexualLifePartners: Forms a close bond with Starfire, despite their differing personalities.
* HiddenBadass: When all of [[ItMakesSenseInContext her colored sides combine]].
* HiddenHeartOfGold: Not that she'd ever (publicly) admit it.
* HotForTeacher: Falls for Malchior who teaches her all kinds of new magic.
* IntangibleMan
* InterSpeciesRomance: Had a short-lived with the dragon-disguised-as-a-mage Malchior. However, she didn't know he was a dragon and he was just using her to be released from the book.
* InTheHood
* {{Kuudere}}: The poster girl. Also a rare case of one ''doubling'' as a {{Tsundere}}.
* LadyOfBlackMagic
* LeotardOfPower
* LethalChef: In "The End, Part I" she makes the Titan's breakfast. It doesn't exactly work out...
* LevitatingLotusPosition: It helps her regulate her powers.
* LikeAnOldMarriedCouple: With Beast Boy, according to WordOfGod.
* LonersAreFreaks: She thought this of herself in the origin episode, "Go!". Cyborg responded appropriately:
--> '''Cyborg''': He's (Beast Boy) green, half of me is metal, and she's (Starfire) from space; you fit in just fine.
** The above quote serves as a MythologyGag, because in the first issue of ''The New Teen Titans'' (by Marv Wolfman/George Perez in 1980), when we're first introduced to Cyborg and Raven, we get this [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming exchange]]...
--->'''Cyborg:''' [The coach] said I don't belong here anymore. Then where in blazes ''do'' I belong?
--->'''Raven:''' With ''me,'' Victor Stone. With others of your kind.
* LonerTurnedFriend
* MacGuffinGirl: In season 4, Slade was tasked by Trigon with acquiring her for the portal.
* MamaBear: For Melvin, Timmy, and Teether.
* MarkedChange
* MasculineGirlFeminineBoy: Masculine Girl to Beast Boy's Feminine Boy... usually.
* MindRape: Victim of Slade, ''perpetrator'' against Dr. Light. As a ContinuityNod, the first time he reappears, all she has to say is 'remember me?' when he causes trouble and he'll volunteer to go back to prison. Though he apparently gets over it off-screen, as he shows no such sign of being scared of her like that afterwards.
* MissingMom: Arella. However, she was seen again in the story ''Red Raven'', when Raven sought her advice in a restored Azarath.
* MostCommonSuperpower: One of the changes from the comics, where Starfire was voluptuous and Raven was flatchested -- here, it's the other way around.
* MsFanservice
* NewPowersAsThePlotDemands: Her list of one-off powers is quite extensive. As are all the times they would have come in handy had she remembered she had them. Lampshaded in the TrappedInTVLand episode; see the YesButWhatDoesZataproximetacineDo entry on [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitans the main page]].
* NightmareFetishist: She collects some creepy-looking things in her room, though presumably these are magic-based; "Fear Itself" has her wake up from a nightmare and note she should consider redecorating.
** In "Larry", she finds the world redecorated by a RealityWarper Johnny Rancid to be "cool".
* NotSoAboveItAll: As part of her CharacterDevelopment, she becomes more willing to stoop to the juvenile antics of the other Titans.
** At the end of the episode featuring Malchior, she decides to get involved in a game of "Stankball", using her MindOverMatter to mercilessly pummel Cyborg (off-screen) with a gross ball of stinky old socks.
** After Cyborg's failed recon mission in the third season, she's an active participant in making him redo his humiliating Titans initiation.
** In "The Quest", she joins the other Titans in dressing up in Robin's spare costumes.
*** While their canonical connection is dubious, the "New Teen Titans" comedy shorts take this to the extreme in the episode "The BurpingContest" where, after initially being grossed out, an irritated Raven uses her powers to create a [[GassHole city-shaking belch]] that leaves the other Titans covered in soot after even Starfire joins in the titular contest.
* {{Omniglot}}
* PerpetualFrowner
* PlatonicLifePartners: With Robin and Beast Boy, in different ways.
* PowerMakesYourHairGrow: In "Birthmark" and the final part of "The End".
* PrettyInMink: Her winter wear.
* PurpleEyes
* PurpleIsPowerful: Her outfit's primary color is purple.
* TheQuietOne: Sometimes even speaks less than ten lines in a couple of episodes.
* ReiAyanamiExpy: Although the character of Raven from the comics came at least 15 years before Rei Ayanami, it's pretty clear this animated incarnation of the character follows the archetype, especially since the series is {{Animesque}}. Quiet? Check. Pale? Check. Created by her dad to cause an apocalypse? Check.
* ScrewDestiny: She eventually arrives here.
* SelfMadeOrphan: She ''destroys'' Trigon at the end of the fourth season, and he's never seen again since then.
* [[TallDarkAndSnarky Short, Dark and Snarky]]
* TheSmartGirl: When it comes to magic.
* TheSnarkKnight
* SourOutsideSadInside
* SquishyWizard: Not hugely squishy -- she has some martial arts moves -- but she's still the most fragile of the Titans in direct combat (barring Beast Boy's base form, which he doesn't fight in anyway) and tends to hang back to cast magic rather than jumping into the thick of things.
* StepfordSnarker: She's often even snippier than usual when upset.
* StrongFamilyResemblance: With her mother.
* TheStoic: Reluctantly, on her part.
-->'''Raven:''' Maybe you haven't noticed, but my emotions are dangerous. I can't afford to feel ''anything''.
* StylishProtectionGear
* SugarAndIcePersonality: [[Pantheon/{{Emotion}} The Goddess]].
* SuperPoweredEvilSide: Raven's demon nature is not nice. Fortunately, it only slips out a handful of times.
* SwissArmySuperpower
* TheUglyGuysHotDaughter: More specifically, she's [[spoiler:the daughter of Trigon]]
* ThroughHisStomach: In "The End", she tries to do something nice for her friends by making them breakfast. [[LethalChef But...]]
* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Tomboy to Starfire's Girly Girl.
* TownGirls: The Neither to Starfire's Femme and Terra's Butch.
* {{Tsundere}}: Surprisingly, when her emotions are more visible, she's actually more like this than {{Kuudere}}. She lacks a lot of the blushing or the sideways glances, or any of the typical stuttering, so it's hard to notice at first.
* TheUnsmile: Once in "The End".
* VaporWear: When she has most of her clothes torn off in "Birthmark," there isn't a bra to be seen. This, however, is TruthInTelevision; wearing a bra with a leotard would be redundant, as they're made to cover the "underwear" aspects that would otherwise be unseemly in a skintight outfit.
* VitriolicBestBuds: With Beast Boy. Their relationship goes like "[[SlapSlapKiss Slap Slap]] Support" and "Slap Slap Commiserate post-after an evil magic tries to use Raven as a pawn."
* WhatDoTheyFearEpisode: In one of the comics. Her greatest fear is her and the Titans' triumph over her father [[NoSell not sticking]] and becoming a portal for him again.
* WhenSheSmiles: ...It's often a sign of impending doom.
** Except on some occasions, like the end of "Car Trouble."
* WomanInWhite: From time to time.
* WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds: Is also an ''incredibly'' literal case of the trope name, as the reason for her birth is [[spoiler: to let Trigon onto Earth and destroy it, something which eventually happens in season 4. Things get better, naturally.]]
* WrenchWench: Surprisingly. It's easy to miss, as it only came up once, but still.
* [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair You Gotta Have Purple Hair]]
* YouWouldntLikeMeWhenImAngry: The reason she forces herself to be an EmotionlessGirl.

!!Cyborg
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->"[[ThemeTuneCameo When there's trouble, you know what to doooo!]] Call Cyborg! He can shoot a rocket [[TrickedOutShoes from his shoooe]]! 'Cause he's Cyborg!"

->'''Voiced by''': Creator/KharyPayton

As a teenager, Cyborg was hideously mutilated in a car accident. Fortunately, his parents were foremost experts in cybernetic enhancements, so they integrated their son with a variety of advanced robotic components in order to save his life. For quite some time afterward, he was despondent about his change, and even in the series he remains somewhat unhappy with the loss of his normal life. But he retains a strong zest for life and devotes himself to making the best of his situation, to the extent he usually appears much happier than Robin does. As a cybernetically augmented human, Cyborg has several built in weapons (mainly a sonic cannon), the general resilience you'd expect of someone who's only partly squishy flesh and covered in armor, and super strength, as well as a considerable IQ that he puts to use as a GadgeteerGenius.

Powers And Abilities: Super strength, armor, various built-in weapons and devices, [[GadgeteerGenius great skill with machines]]
[[hardline]]
* AchillesPowerCord: In a BadFuture where the titans ended up splitting. Cyborg was the only one who stayed on the tower because he had long since burned up all of his internal batteries, so he had to be constantly plugged to a large machine to keep functioning, and couldn't go anywhere. He repairs them at the end of the episode, and Starfire returns to her time, possibly preventing said future from happening in the first place.
* AnatomyArsenal
** ArmCannon: His WeaponOfChoice.
** ShoulderCannon: Had one when he drained the Titan's Tower of energy in episode "The End (Part 1)" in order to fight off Slade and his Mooks.
* {{Badass}}
* BaldBlackLeaderGuy: During his days at Titans East, or whenever Robin is AWOL for whatever reason.
* BaldOfAwesome
* BelligerentSexualTension: With Bumblebee.
* BigEater: Nearly put an all-you-can-eat sushi bar out of business.
* BoisterousBruiser: Big, all around fun guy to hang out with, and how can he be not with a CatchPhrase like below, said about ''28.5'' times [[hottip:*:The half point was because he said "MOO-YAH!" instead]] throughout all seasons.
* CatchPhrase: BOOYAH!
* ChekhovsSkill: The aforementioned [[TrickedOutShoes rocket in his shoe]], when used against Brother Blood in "Titans East, Part 1".
* {{Cyborg}}: Obviously.
* DatingCatwoman: Briefly went out with Jinx while infiltrating the HIVE.
* DeadpanSnarker: Probably the snarkiest member of the team besides Raven.
* DoAnythingRobot
* FakeDefector: Turns out Cyborg is resistant to MindControl.
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: Alternates between Choleric and Melancholic.
* FreakinessShame: In "Go!", it's shown that Cyborg was extremely ashamed of having to become a cyborg after an accident. However, Beast Boy thought it was cool.
* GeniusBruiser
* GoodThingYouCanHeal: He sustains more graphic damage than any of the other Titans partly because of this and partly because said damage is arguably G-rated due to his mechanical nature. He's also the only Titan to suffer realistic dismemberment.
* HeroicRROD: Happens on more than one occasion.
* HollywoodCyborg
* HotBlooded
* HumansAreSpecial: Despite being a cyborg, he exmplifies this in some ways: When he fights with Atlas, it's his humanity that allows him to push past his theoretical limits and win. Furthermore, when Brother Blood tries to brainwash him, it's the human being in him and not the machine that allows him to resist.
* IAmAMonster: Considered himself this initially, as shown in [[HowWeGotHere "Go!"]], but overcame his fears.
* IAmNotLeftHanded: Though it's never explicitly pointed out, he can form his Sonic Cannon from either arm, and in extreme cases both arms at once. He just prefers to use the right, because he's right-handed.
* IJustWantToBeNormal: As mentioned above, becoming a cyborg put the kabosh on a normal childhood and he misses the chance. Seen best when he infiltrated the H.I.V.E.
* InnocentlyInsensitive: He calls Starfire "Troq" after she told him it meant "nothing" (without explaining that it meant "nothing" as in "worthless"), meaning he didn't realise how hurtful it was.
* TheLancer: He's taller, darker, and more laid-back to contrast Robin's serious-as-a-heartattack demeanor. He's also the NumberTwo.
* MakeMeWannaShout: His main weapons are his sonic cannons.
* NumberTwo: Though it's never officially stated, Cyborg is often considered the second in command of the team, and is always the first to take the lead when Robin is MIA or unable to take the lead.
* ProperlyParanoid: Purposely made sure his mechanical systems had glitches and failings, which came in handy when Brother Blood stole his blueprints.
* TeamChef
* TelescopingRobot
* WatchThePaintJob: He does ''not'' like people messing with [[ThePreciousPreciousCar the T-Car]].
* WhatDoTheyFearEpisode: In one of the comics. His greatest fear is losing the remainder of his humanity.

[[/folder]]

[[folder: Titans East]]

!!Bumblebee

->'''Voiced by''': T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh

A metahuman with insect-like wings capable of flight and the ability to shrink to a miniature size, Bumblebee also uses a pair of hand-held electric dart-guns as "stingers." Initially met Cyborg as part of Brother Blood's HIVE Academy, she joins him in taking it down, claiming that, despite appearances, she wasn't totally brainwashed by him and had, in fact, been planning on taking the crime-school down from the inside. She later becomes TheLeader of Titans East.

Powers And Abilities: Flight, shrinking/growth (though apparently no bigger than her normal human size), electricity-producing "stingers"

* ActionGirl
* AlwaysSomeoneBetter: Smugly notes how she handily dealt with Cyborg in their first encounter
* BareYourMidriff
* BelligerentSexualTension: With Cyborg.
* {{Expy}}: She has more in common with TheWasp (shrinking, biological wings, electric "stingers") than her actual comicbook counterpart.
* {{Foil}}: To Cyborg, as she's essentially Cyborg if he ever decided to go solo.
* HeroicWillpower: The reason she's resistant (not immune, but resistant) to Brother Blood's mind control.
* TheLeader: Of Titans East on recommendation from Cyborg.
* OdangoHair
* ReverseMole: When she was in HIVE Academy.
* SassyBlackWoman
* {{Sizeshifter}}
* TheSmurfettePrinciple: The only girl in Titans East, which she seems to resent.
* TallDarkAndSnarky
* TeamMom
* {{Tsundere}}

!!Aqualad

->'''Voiced by''': Creator/WilWheaton

A denizen of Atlantis, Aqualad's relation (if any) to Aquaman is never mentioned in the series. Able to breathe underwater, communicate telepathically with sea creatures, and a potent aquakinetic, Aqualad initially operates as a solo hero, but later becomes a member of Titans East.

Powers And Abilities: Water breathing, telepathy with sea animals, aquakinesis, superhumanly skilled swimmer

* TheAce: In his intro ep. He's less so afterwards, possibily because he had trouble adjusting to a team.
* AlwaysSomeoneBetter: Was this to Beast Boy in his first ep. BB was so excited that the team was going on their first undersea adventure because he figured that with his ability to turn into any aquatic animal, he'd be the most important hero on this adventure. Then Aqualad shows up and completely upstages him without even attempting to.
* FloatingWater
* MakingASplash
* MonochromaticEyes
* MrFanservice: Even a pre-defrostation Raven couldn't help but notice.
* [[OurMermaidsAreDifferent Our Mermen Are Different]]
* PrettyBoy: [[InstantFanClub Every girl around him faints]]. ''[[OutOfCharacterMoment Even Raven]]''.
* TheSmartGuy
* TallDarkAndHandsome
* {{Telepathy}}

!!Speedy

->'''Voiced by''': Mike Erwin

Similarly to Robin, Speedy is a former "costumed hero" sidekick who has since decided to make it on his own, only to become involved with a Teen Titans team.

Powers And Abilities: BadassNormal specialized as an Archer with normal and "trick" arrows

* ArcherArchetype
* BlankWhiteEyes: He wears a mask similar to Robin's
* [[BottomlessMagazines Bottomless Quiver]]
* CatUpATree: Saves one during "For Real".
* DivergentCharacterEvolution: In "Winner Take All," was pretty much Robin 2.0. In later appearances, however, he seems to be more of a "bad boy" to better serve as a {{Foil}} to Bumblebee.
* ExpressiveMask
* FingerlessGloves
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold
* TheLancer: As stated above, he's a 'bad boy' to contrast the 'by the book' leaderness of Bumblebee.
* NotSoDifferent: When compared to Robin.
* RainOfArrows
* RedHeadedHero
* TechnoBabble: Briefly with Robin during their first meeting.
* TrickArrow

!!Más y Menos

->'''Voiced by''': Freddy Rodriguez

Young Guatemalan twins who speak only Spanish, these meta-humans have the ability of super-speed, but only while physically touching each other. They are recruited to be part of Titans East, but no other details about them are given.

Powers and Abilities: Superspeed, TwinTelepathy

* {{The Big Guy}}s: Ironic considering they're so tiny but their speed lets them build up momentum to pack a serious punch.
* BilingualBonus: Everything that comes out of their mouths. Everything.
** PlayedForLaughs during a long rant that went completely over Speedy and Aqualad's heads.
* CanonImmigrant
* CatchPhrase: "¡Más y Menos, sí podemos!" ("Más and Menos, yes we can!")
* DoggedNiceGuy: Played for laughs. They've been assiduously courting Starfire since the moment they first saw her. RuleOfFunny dictates that they be jealous of each other, of course.
* {{Fragile Speedster}}s[=/=]{{Lightning Bruiser}}s: Depending on the situation, they can be either of these.
* FunnyForeigner: The fact that they only speak spanish is the subject of much humor.
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: They've sworn in Spanish at least once.
* GratuitousSpanish: Subverted - it can and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KXsyOdX5mgs has been]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZOFu61Bp0-E translated]].
* {{Meaningful Name}}s: "Más y Menos" means "plus and minus" in Spanish. It's also a [[PunnyName pun]] on the Spanish phrase for "more or less."
* {{Motor Mouth}}s: Naturally, being speedsters they have a habit of talking fast.
* SingleMindedTwins: They shout the catch phrase at the same time. More importantly they have to be on the same page if they're to properly use their powers.
* TwinTelepathy: Slightly complicated example. Although Pantha attributes Más' ability to sense Menos to being a "Twin" thing, Más explains that it's actually a result of a magnetic connection that gets stronger with proximity.
* WeaksauceWeakness: Their powers only work while ''touching''. Easiest way to disable them: separation. Then again, that's not exactly the easiest thing in the world to do.
* WonderTwinPowers

[[/folder]]

[[folder: Other Titans]]

!!Terra
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->"They actually trust me."

->'''Voiced by''': AshleyJohnson

Perhaps ''the'' most divisive character in the series, Terra was envisioned as a LighterAndSofter adaptation of the infamous "Judas Contract Arc" character, who was a stone-cold psycho hired by Slade from the beginning to infilitrate the Teen Titans and managed to creep ''him'' out. The animated Terra, on the other hand, was envisoned as a more sympathetic, confused character -- WordOfGod describes her as no longer caring about good or evil, [[BrokenBird just wanting to no longer be hurt.]]

[[AllThereInTheManual According to the]] ''ComicBook/TeenTitansGo!'' comics, Terra was born Tara Markov, a princess to a small country called Markovia, and whose royal scientists experimented on her and her brother to imbue them with geokinesis (the psychic ability to manipulate earthen materials) as part of a project to create metahuman defenders. Terra escaped and abandoned her country, but, perhaps as a result of this, her ability to control her powers was limited -- Slade mentions, in her debut episode, a history of having attempted to settle down and do good, but causing disaster when her powers invariably went out of control. When she first met the Teen Titans, the possibility of her finally finding a home arose... but her paranoia meant that she would destroy this chance, and her friendship with them. [[spoiler: However, the episode "Things Change" and issue 51 of the ''ComicBook/TeenTitansGo!'' comic also revealed that Terra's tragic "death", due to PowerIncontinence, had not been permanent, and that she was happily living life as a normal Schoolgirl, with no desire to return to either villainy or heroics.]]

Powers And Abilities: Geokinesis. As Slade's apprentice, wore a special suit that created a telepathic link with him and enhanced her powers (but also allowed him to remotely control her).

* ActionGirl
* AntiVillain: It's not so much that Terra ''wants'' to be bad as she's fallen into bad company and has serious issues.
* [[spoiler:BackFromTheDead: In "Things Change".]]
* BadassPrincess
* BareYourMidriff: When officially part of the Titans, Terra's uniform was a midriff-baring outfit featuring a black shirt with a yellow "T" on it.
* BecomingTheMask: Despite her betrayal, she really felt at home with the team.
* BigEater: She can actually beat ''Cyborg'' in eating competitions.
* BlondesAreEvil: Subverted. Not quite evil, but very misunderstood and paranoid.
* BreakTheCutie: She started out cracked due to a terrible past....
** CorruptTheCutie: ...And then Slade finished the job.
* BrokenBird: Terra has a DarkAndTroubledPast involving human experimentation, inadvertently causing disasters due to being possessed of seemingly uncontrollable powers, and being persecuted by people for causing disasters. Add in Slade and, well...
* [[spoiler:TheChosenZero: The reason why she isn't happy with her powers.]]
* ClingyCostume[=/=]EvilCostumeSwitch: The armored suit Slade had fused with Terra's nervous system.
* CompositeCharacter[=/=]{{Expy}}: Before Deathstroke's daughter appeared in the animated series continuity proper, Terra's character combined elements of Rose Wilson and Tara Markov, particularly the abusive relationship the comic version of Wilson had with her father, and the long, blonde hair of Wilson's that fell over one eye, creating a visual comparison with Slade.
* CuteBruiser: Her geokinetic powers make her one of the more offense-orientated members of the team.
* DarkMagicalGirl: Played Straight and Zigzagged, with a rivalry, abusive parental relationship, a FaceHeelTurn, [[spoiler: and a HeelFaceTurn that ''literally'' depowers her.]]
* DefusingTheTykebomb: [[spoiler: Terra manages to do this to ''herself'', figuratively ''and'' literally.]]
* DishingOutDirt
* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: A lot of Terra's behavior (fear of intimacy, inability to settle down, paranoia, self-destructive tendencies, exaggerated startle response, desperate yearning for approval from a mentor figure that she ''knows'' will hurt her) are all very reminiscent of children who grew up in abusive households. Somewhat justifiable, given her own parents ''let'' their country's scientists use her as a guinea pig to induce metahuman powers, and she has been continually driven away by mobs of people for causing geological disasters.
* [[spoiler:FakingAmnesia]]
* HeelFaceDoorSlam: In the episode, "Betrayal". One of the bigger elements of debate in the series is whether or not it was justified; on the one hand, Beast Boy's declaration gave Terra the push to fully swear in with Slade, but on the other hand, she had already chosen to sell out the team and leave the rest of his friends to die against Slade's army of robots of her own free will.
* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: She started off good, had a FaceHeelTurn, had a semi HeelFaceTurn that [[HeelFaceDoorSlam got slammed in her face]], had an even ''bigger'' FaceHeelTurn, and finally made a permanent HeelFaceTurn.
* HeroicSacrifice
* {{Hypocrite}}: In Aftershocks Part I, she gets scared when the Titans reappear to take her down and resorts to begging them to stop and leave her alone, even going so far as to appeal to Beast Boy's crush on her. This, despite the fact that she willingly and gleefully did her best to try and ''kill them'' in the last episode.
* [[spoiler:IJustWantToBeNormal: The reason why she is happy to be a schoolgirl instead of a hero in "Things Change".]]
* JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope: She didn't so much as to embrace her FaceHeelTurn after Beast Boy tells her off in that she have no friends.
* MeaningfulName: "Terra" means "earth".
* TheMole: From her second appearance on.
* MoreThanMindControl[=/=]NotBrainwashed: [[ManipulativeBastard Slade]] played on her paranoia and burned heroics.
* {{Motif}}: Reflections and butterfly imagery play a large role in episodes and comics featuring Terra, symbolizing her ever-shifting sense of identity and self-image, [[spoiler: and her eventual maturation into a confident, independent, happy young woman.]]
* NeverMyFault: PlayedForDrama. Terra's paranoia that others will blame her for disasters that ''aren't'' her fault, as they have in the past, leads to her refusing to accept responsibility for disasters that actually ''are'' her fault. Indeed, this is the ultimate root of her entire villainous arc; she chooses to go to Slade after believing Beast Boy "betrayed" her and then chooses of her own free will to repay her "debt" to Slade by infiltrating and betraying the Teen Titans. When Beast Boy understandably is enraged that she sold his friends out to Slade, she considers it justification to actively try and take the Titans down herself. When this leads to them retaliating and kicking her butt, she then tries to run away from Slade.
** [[spoiler:Averted when Terra finally takes responsibility for her mistakes in Aftershocks Part II, where she stops a catastrophic earthquake triggered by her powers, inadvertently turning herself into stone in the process.]]
* NotSoDifferent: To Raven. Episodes featuring the two highlight their many similarities and grudging friendship. [[spoiler: It's Raven who accurately pegs Terra's aspirations to normalcy in "Things Change"]]:
-->'''Raven:''' [[spoiler: Maybe she didn't ''want'' to be found.]]
* PeekABangs
* PeoplePuppets: The battle suit Slade gave Terra was designed to do just this. It never occurred to her that he might take total control should she ever realize he was a BadBoss. She manages to override it and finish him off.
* PowerIncontinence: Why she's broken and paranoid; she can't control her powers, and people have always lashed out at her when they realise that she is the one causing the disasters.
* RedemptionEqualsDeath
** [[spoiler:RedemptionEarnsLife]]
* TheRunaway
* SaveTheDayTurnAway: Played with. Terra would rather not be acknowledged as a villain or hero. [[spoiler: High school's more her style.]]
* SecretLegacy: Formerly Princess Tara of Markovia.
* SelectiveObliviousness: Played for drama; her paranoia is so bad that, in her first episode, she immediately leaps to the conclusion that Beast Boy betrayed her by breaking his promise and telling Robin about her PowerIncontinence... as opposed to the more logical and obvious conclusion that Robin figured it out himself, due to A: being famously observant and analytical, and B: she had a rather blatant superpowered near-meltdown about five minutes beforehand, right in front of Robin. This leads to her running away from Titans Tower and right into Slade's hands.
* SixthRangerTraitor
** ColorCodedCharacters: Yellow, rounding out the 6 primary and secondary colors had she stayed.
* StarCrossedLovers: With Beast Boy.
* StepfordSmiler: Before her FaceHeelTurn.
* StepfordSnarker: After her FaceHeelTurn. Robin doesn't buy into it, giving her a ShutUpHannibal that shakes her to her core in one episode and a YouAreBetterThanYouThinkYouAre speech in a later one.
* TakenForGranite: The strain of using her powers to stop an impending volcanic eruption somehow causes a backlash that turns her into stone. [[spoiler:By the end of season 5, she's reverted to normal and, presumably depowered, is now living a normal life.]]
* [[spoiler:ThatManIsDead: She tells Beast Boy the Terra he knows is now just a memory in her final appearance.]]
* {{Tomboy}}: She's got no problems with [[{{Pun}} getting dirty]].
* TomboyPrincess
* TookALevelInJerkass: Once she recieves a HeelFaceDoorSlam, Terra fully embraces TheDarkSide and becomes truly ''evil''. Thankfully, it turns out that "it's never too late to change".
* TownGirls: The Butch to Raven's Neither and Starfire's Femme.
* {{Tykebomb}}: Made into one to defend Markovia, she left before her powers could be stabilized. Later, Slade hones her abilities and preys on her insecurities to make her into a more effective one.
* WeUsedToBeFriends: With the Titans.
* WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds

!!Kid Flash

->'''Voiced by''': Michael Rosenbaum

A charming speedster who develops a thing for Jinx and manages to convince her to change sides.

Powers And Abilities: Superspeed

* ActorAllusion: Voiced by Michael Rosenbaum, who voiced the adult [[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Flash]].
* AdaptationalBadass: His comic self is in no way harmless, but this version of the character raises his skills to OneManArmy levels.
* BattleCouple: With Jinx.
* DatingCatwoman: With Jinx.
* DeadpanSnarker
* TheDulcineaEffect: Of sorts, with Jinx. Once he crosses paths with her, Kid Flash continuously tries to convince Jinx to make a HeelFaceTurn.
* FragileSpeedster
* FunPersonified: He's a very friendly, playful guy who likes joking around and teasing others.
* ItAmusedMe: He spends most of his introduction episode simply toying around with Hive Five, even though he was fully capable of turning them in.
* KidAnova: Though he only flirts with Jinx.
** The tie-in comic, however, plays this completely straight.
*** This lands him in some hot water with his girlfriend [[spoiler:Jinx]] when he ends up flirting with different Titans girls.
* ManicPixieDreamGirl: A gender-flipped version.
* NiceGuy: So nice, in fact, that he [[spoiler: reformed a supervillainess]].
** BewareTheNiceOnes: But don't get on his bad side. [[OneManArmy Seriously, don't]].
* OfficialCouple: With [[spoiler:Jinx]].
* OneManArmy: Madame Rouge hypes Kid Flash up as being one of the harder team heroes to capture. Indeed, he spent the first half of his introduction episode screwing around with all of the Hive Five, a group of villains that even the Titans had trouble beating together.
* RedHeadedHero
* SuperSpeed
* TheTropeKid

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[[folder: Independent Antagonists]]

!!Slade
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->[[NightmareFuel "I am the thing that keeps you up at night, the evil that haunts every dark corner of your mind. I will never rest- and neither will you."]]

->'''Voiced by''': RonPerlman

A mysterious character whose motives are unknown, but vaguely seem to revolve around the conquest/destruction of Jump City, with more plans stemming from there. Slade is the first major antagonist of the series and appears in all five seasons in some form, and is a major villain in three, driven to recruit one of the Teen Titans as an "apprentice" in the first two seasons and an undead servant of Trigon the Terrible working for the promise of being restored to life in the fourth. A master tactician and a martial arts expert capable of defeating Robin easily, Slade is aided by hordes of robotic minions (even going to the extent of having "Slade-bots", or android stand-ins for himself to avoid being exposed to the risk of capture, ala DoctorDoom) and the services of three mutant metahumans; Overload, Cinderblock and Plasmus. Generally regarded as ''the'' villain of the show among fandom.

Powers And Abilities: BadassNormal, genius-level intellect (seasons one and two) invulnerability, flight, teleportation, pyrokinesis (as Trigon's lackey)

* [[ActuallyADoombot Actually A Sladebot]]: Fond of using these as decoys, but the two most notable examples are shown in "Masks" and "Things Change".
* AdaptationDistillation: Most notably, emphasizing the character as a planner and a BigBad, making him more subtle and menacing than his counterpart.
** Also notably with his name. In the comics, he was usually known simply as The Terminator untill [[Film/TheTerminator a certain movie came out]]. Then, an old codename he'd had, Deathstroke, was dusted off and he became known as Deathstroke the Terminator, which sounds literally like [[IncrediblyLamePun overkill]]. In the comics, Slade is just the character's real first name. Even most comic fans agree that simply calling him Slade is [[AwesomeMcCoolname a distinct improvement]].
* AlwaysSomeoneBetter: Robin has frequently proven himself a skilled and capable leader of the Titans, but Slade regularly overpowers and defeats him with ease.
* ArchEnemy: To the team as a whole, and Robin in particular.
* {{Badass}}
** BadassBaritone
** BadassNormal: Slade has no powers at all and yet is able to defeat the {{Batman}}-trained Robin (and fairly high ranking demons).
** EmpoweredBadassNormal: In Season 4.
* BadBoss: When Terra was ambushed by the Titans, she was forced to pull out in spite of Slades orders. Once she got back, he ''beats her down''. Next we see of her, she's missing pieces of clothing, her skin is periodically bruised and her bandages were ripped out.
* BigBad: Seasons One and Two, with a strong influence even after.
* BondBreaker: Very much adept at getting the Titans to turn on each other.
** Manipulated Terra's insecurity over his powers by training her himself. Once she got her powers under control, she was sent back to the Titans and reaffirmed her friendship with them, but with a catch - she was sent as TheMole.
** He left a chemical reagent in a mask that Robin kept. Once Robin picked it up, it infiltrated Robin's brain, implanting an illusion of himself into Robin's mind. The more Robin fought, the more realistic and harmful the hallucination became. The other Titans couldn't see Slade, so they thought Robin turned paranoid, and it prompted Robin to alienate his friends before all was said and done. All that physical and psychological damage nearly led to the Titans losing their leader and their friendship falling apart, the closest Slade's ever come to victory.
* BreakThemByTalking: He's practically the king of this trope by the end of Season 1.
* CardCarryingVillain: Downplayed. He probably knows that he's in the wrong, but he doesn't care. Of course, that CreepyMonotone can make it hard to figure out exactly ''what'' he feels.
* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Early episodes emphasized his nature as a CardCarryingVillain and DiabolicalMastermind. He really hit his stride in the second half of season one, when the emphasis switched to his BreakThemByTalking and creepy, ''creepy'' obsessions with Robin/Terra/Raven.
* TheChessmaster: There's ''always'' a plan with this guy. ''Always''. [[spoiler: Even after he dies, he's got a couple of aces left up his sleeve]].
* ColdBloodedTorture: His forte. ''All'' of the main Titans went through this at some point.
** Laser-injects nanobots into the Titans' blood streams, ''repeatedly'' tortures them through those machines, and blackmails Robin into serving as his apprentice under the threat of murdering his friends.
** He created a neural suit that attaches itself to Terra's nervous system. It's ''impossible'' to remove, and it allows Slade to control her for whatever he wants, regardless of her will. Every time he controls her, she's visibly twitching in pain as she struggles to resist.
** Brandishing a spikey, electric knife and shocking Robin while he was strapped to a hospital bed.
* CombatPragmatist: He couldn't defeat the Gatekeeper one-on-one, so he planted a ''bomb'' on the door, causing an explosion that killed the guard and released the souls within it, including the one belonging to Slade.
* ComicBookMoviesDontUseCodeNames: Or comic book animated series, in this case. Probably a combination of NeverSayDie and the fact that "Deathstroke the Terminator" fits comic Slade (a mercenary killer) much better than his animated counterpart (a mastermind who generally avoids getting his hands dirty, though he's more than capable of doing so if neccessary).
* TheCorrupter: Seasons One and Two. Not so successfully with Robin, much more so with Terra.
* CrazyPrepared: He's essentially played like an evil version of {{Batman}} (which makes him such a good foil for Robin), and naturally he has a significant fanbase because of it.
* CreepyMonotone: And how.
* DeadpanSnarker
* DealWithTheDevil: With Trigon to get his body back.
* DemotedToDragon: To Trigon in Season Four. Not that it made him any less of a threat.
** DefectorFromDecadence: Only after Trigon abandons their deal, though.
** EnemyMine: And ultimately teams up with Robin to take Trigon down.
* DiabolicalMastermind: This version of Slade seems to be a criminal mastermind rather than a mercenary for hire like in the mainstream DCU.
* EvilCannotComprehendGood: He suffers from this, particularly in season one and two. Probably the reason he comes off as a SmugSnake when he's up against the heroes and a MagnificentBastard the one time he's pitted against another villain.
* [[spoiler: EvilVersusOblivion: In season four.]]
* EvilSoundsDeep
* FauxAffablyEvil: Has his moments. In Season 4, he's ''significantly'' more FauxAffablyEvil than normal as Trigon's [[TheDragon Dragon]], which just makes him, if possible, ''even creepier''.
* GeniusBruiser: He's a master planner and manipulator as well as one of the strongest characters in the series.
* {{Genre Savvy}}: He's able to predict Trigon's backing out of their deal and makes his own preparations.
* TheHeavy: He may only be BigBad of the first two seasons (and the three subsequent Big Bads all rate higher on the SortingAlgorithmOfEvil in different ways[[note]]Brother Blood has more individual power, the Brain is physically weak but has a global organization and more expansive plans, and Trigon is a demon lord who personifies evil and is packing enough power to fry the planet it seconds[[/note]]) but he appears more often and has a more personal enmity with the team than any other villain, and is generally the villain who is most strongly associated with the show. Being a major KnightOfCerebus also cements his stature.
* HiddenAgendaVillain: By the end of the show, we ''still'' don't know what his EvilPlan was.
* InkSuitActor: Mr. Perlman does look similar to Slade without the mask, if Slade's face looks like it does in the comics.
* InLoveWithYourCarnage: He finds tapes of Robin being forced to fight his friends "thrilling", and is fascinated when he learns Raven's big secret.
* KarmaHoudini: Even after the show ends, he's still in hiding. Nobody's found him yet.
* KickTheDog: Where do we even ''begin''?
** KickTheSonOfABitch: Trigon ''definitely'' deserved it, though.
* KnightOfCerebus: Things are ''never'' LighterAndSofter when Slade's around. ''Never''.
** One early episode starts out as a LighterAndSofter episode, then halfway through, Slade unexpectedly shows up and things get real serious, real fast.
* ManipulativeBastard: His other forte, best shown with Terra and Robin.
* MindRape: Especially to Raven when he comes BackFromTheDead.
** Another happened to Robin during "Haunted", what with that hallucination-drug and all.
* MindScrew: BreakThemByTalking, MindRape, [[ManipulativeBastard manipulation]], it's all there. And ''boy'', do Robin and [[spoiler: Terra]] bite the bait.
* NobleDemon: During the later half of Season 4.
* NoSenseOfPersonalSpace: Best seen in his interactions with Raven.
* PickOnSomeoneYourOwnSize: With Robin, Terra and Raven.
* PostMortemComeback: After his death in the second season finale, one of his masks was confiscated by Robin. Slade left a chemical substance in the dust that infiltrated Robin's central nervous system, forcing Robin to see, hear and feel Slade, even when he wasn't there. The more he fought the illusion, the more harmful it became, but it could only be seen in the dark. It led to one of the ''best'' episodes in the series' run.
** Also occurs in that he literally comes back as a servant of Trigon. In fact, the above event foreshadowed this when it turned out the dust was activated by ''a radio signal from outside the Tower''.
* ShadowArchetype: To Robin (both have very similar personalities and skills, but Robin uses his to protect the innocent while Slade uses his to commit crimes and acquire power) and Raven (Raven is a demon by birth and a heroine by choice; Slade is human by birth, harbinger of the apocalypse by choice).
** He also serves as this to Batman; a skilled, manipulative, and intelligent mentor but while Batman had the best intentions(for the most part), Slade is frequently abusive and treats his proteges harshly.
* SmugSnake: In the first two seasons, though he's still very threatening and ''tries'' to learn from his mistakes.
** Graduates to full MagnificentBastard during Season Four.
* TheSociopath: Shown clearly in season four when Robin points out how he has no remorse for ruining others lives for the sake of his own benefit, Slade's response is "[[BecauseImGoodAtIt It's what I do best]]."
* TheSpook: Unless you infer he has the same origin as his comic counterpart, there's no backstory to him whatsoever. We never get a good look at his face or even learn what his endgame is (beyond finding an apprentice). He's just a guy with RonPerlman's voice being as creepy as humanly possible.
* TheStoic: There's a grand total of ''one'' short diabolical chuckle that he does in all of his appearances and even then, it sounds ''unnatural and creepy''. There are also a few instances where that eye of his widens or when he loses his cool.
* VillainousRescue: In "The End Part 3" after the Titans (minus an age-regressed Raven, who is deemed no threat) are captured in an energy field by Trigon, a flaming demon weapon-wielding Slade appears out of nowhere to attack Trigon, freeing the trapped Titans.
* WarriorTherapist: An evil version.
* WouldHitAGirl: He'll also abuse them to the point that they refuse to realize things that are truly their fault and will see the error of their ways. Just ask Terra.
* YouHaveFailedMe: Played straight with his treatment of Terra. Averted with his treatment of Jinx, Gizmo, and Mammoth, mainly because [[ItMakesSenseInContext they didn't actually fail him]].

!!Trigon the Terrible
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->"Trigon isn't a villain. He's [[UltimateEvil the incarnation of evil- the source of all darkness]]..."

->'''Voiced by''': KeithSzarabajka, Creator/KevinMichaelRichardson

An extremely powerful demon lord, and Raven's father, who intends to use her as the key to a portal that will allow him to enter and devastate Earth.

Powers And Abilities: RealityWarper, prescience

* AbusiveParents: Oh, so very much.
* ArchNemesisDad: To Raven.
* ArcVillain: Never shows up as a villain following the fourth season.
* AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever: He's large enough to use the Tower as a throne.
* BadBoss: Betrays Slade after he delivers Raven. [[spoiler: Slade is GenreSavvy enough to anticipate this possibility, and made his own preparations.]]
* BecauseDestinySaysSo: He believes he's destined to conquer "the world of mortals" and that nothing can stop him, but he is defeated by Raven two episodes after his debut.
* BigBad: Season Four
** BiggerBad: But he's still technically the canonical ultimate evil, even when OutOfFocus.
* BigRedDevil: Emphasis on the ''big''.
* BreathWeapon: Fire, of course.
* DealWithTheDevil: Offered to give Slade his body back in return for him delivering Raven.
* DimensionLord
* EnemyWithout: He creates these for the Titans when they try to distract him.
* EvilPlan: Use his daughter to enter "the world of mortals" and lay waste to it.
* EvilSoundsDeep
* EyeBeams
* GodOfEvil
* KnightOfCerebus: Even more than Slade. If Trigon's involved, bad, bad things are in store. To put things in perspective, he only appeared in five episodes (six, if you count "Nevermore") and all of them were among the show's darkest, creepiest, and most intense.
* ManipulativeBastard: So good that he was able to dupe ''Slade'' into thinking that he was being sincere. However, as it turned out, [[CrazyPrepared Slade had second guesses]].
* NighInvulnerable
* NotSoInvincibleAfterAll: After he enters the human world from his world.
* ObviouslyEvil
* OmnicidalManiac: "He comes to claim, he comes to sire; the end of all things mortal."
* TheOtherDarrin: When he first debuted as a mental manifestation of Raven's anger, he was voiced by KeithSzarabajka. Later, in Season Four, he was voiced by Creator/KevinMichaelRichardson.
* PhysicalGod
* RedEyesTakeWarning
* {{Satan}}
* SmugSuper
* UltimateEvil
* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: To Slade. This doesn't go so well for him, as Slade is [[CrazyPrepared prepared]] for a betrayal, and gives the Titans the information they need to recover Raven, leading to Trigon's defeat. [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking And cuts off both of Trigon's horns.]]



!!Red X
->"Not everyone likes to play the big villain, kid. I'm a thief. I'm not threatening your precious city - just looking out for number one."

->'''Voiced by''': Creator/ScottMenville

A mysterious thief who stole a suit and indentity Robin had previously used to get close to Slade. On no one's side but his own.

Powers And Abilities: BadassNormal, various anti-Titans weapons in the suit, low-powered flight and cloaking

* [[AffablyEvil Affably Morally Ambiguous]]: He's pretty friendly and polite while kicking your ass.
* AntiHero: Apparently has some baseline heroism, but he's really working for himself.
** He puts it best himself: he's neither hero nor villain; he's just doing whatever the hell he wants, wherever that happens to fall.
* AntiVillain: [[SlidingScaleOfAntiVillains Type I]]. Makes no illusions about his goals and how he achieves them, but apparently it's [[PunchClockVillain just a living to him]].
* BadassNormal: Presumably, as he doesn't demonstrate any unique powers beyond his suit's weaponry.
* BlankWhiteEyes
* BreakoutVillain: The character himself starts out as [[spoiler: Robin's alter ego]], but gets more fleshed out [[spoiler: as a separate character who stole the suit from Robin]], providing an opposite motivation not only to the heroes but the villains as well.
* CharlesAtlasSuperpower: Again, presumably. Despite the apparent lack of superpowers, he shares Robin's inhuman fighting skills.
* CombatPragmatist: He'll do whatever it takes to win.
* CoolMask
* CreepyMonotone: He sounds very much like Robin, otherwise. [[spoiler: Which is very understandable in his ''first'' appearance: not so much from his second onward.]]
* DanceBattler
* DeadpanSnarker
* EnemyMine: Both times he's appeared, actually.
* ExpressiveMask
* TheFaceless
** {{Lampshaded}} and parodied in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KOKP7NlVuew this animated short]]. His identity is still the series' best-kept secret. Presumably because the writers never ''gave'' him an out-of-costume identity.
* FriendlyEnemy
* GentlemanThief: Red X doesn't go after innocent people or put them in harm's way. He also actually does seem to care about whether or not a city full of people is going to be disintegrated because of a psychotic villain, as well as whether or not Robin is going to fall to his death.
* GrayAndGrayMorality
* LoveableRogue
* [[EvilCounterpart Morally Ambiguous Counterpart]]: To Robin for being a BadassNormal with cool gadgets that steals instead of fighting thieves.
* NobleDemon: He makes himself out to be a petty thief that cares for nothing but himself, but in both apperances he's helped the Titans when it wasn't in his self-interest to do so.
* TheRealRemingtonSteele
* RiddleForTheAges: Who he is and what he looks like. As he put it himself in his debut appearance, "If I wanted you to know that, would I be wearing a mask?"
* [[SkullForAHead Skull for a Mask]]
* ShadowArchetype: To Robin.
* TalkingToHimself: Red X and Robin (quite fittingly) are voiced by Creator/ScottMenville.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: [[spoiler:According to [[http://images.wikia.com/teentitans/images/2/22/Teen_Titans_-_Villains_A.jpg this screenshot]], he joined the Brotherhood of Evil; that's him standing in front of Cinderblock. However, he was nowhere to be seen in the final showdown with them later, implying he either quit the organization or abandoned them outright. Given his selfish personality (and the fact that his "just a thief" nature doesn't at all fit their agenda), he was probably never loyal to them in the first place. Probably just joined up to swipe some of Brain's technology.]]
* WildCard: Could help the villain, could help the hero, or could screw both of them over if it benefits him.
* WorthyOpponent
* XMakesAnythingCool
* YouFightLikeACow

!!Blackfire

->'''Voiced by''': HyndenWalch

Starfire's self-absorbed big sister. Cares only about her own comfort and power.

Powers And Abilities: Same as Starfire

* AloofBigSister
* AlphaBitch
* ArchEnemy: To Starfire.
* {{Badass}}
* CainAndAbel: The Cain to Starfire's Abel.
* ColorCharacter
* CoolBigSis: The other Titans think of her as one of these... at first.
* DarkActionGirl
* EvilAllAlong
* EvilCounterpart: To Starfire.
* FemmeFatale
* FlyingBrick: Much like her sister.
* FlyingFirepower: Again, like Starfire.
* [[spoiler:HotMom: According to The New Teen Titans.]]
* InterspeciesRomance: The New Teen Titans shows her married to [[spoiler:Glgrdsklechhh]].
* MostCommonSuperpower
* NiceJobFixingItVillain: The ''ComicBook/TeenTitansGo!'' comic revealed she was the one who had given Starfire to the Gordanians as a peace offering to keep them from invading Tamaran. If you saw the episode "GO!", you can figure what happened after they left the planet.
* PurpleIsPowerful: She wears the same purple metal on her outfit as Starfire.
* SiblingYinYang: With Starfire.
* TheSociopath: Very evidently in both of her appearances.
* SurprisinglyGoodEnglish: Knowing both her FemmeFatale status and BizarreAlienBiology, she probably kissed a lot of boys in order to learn perfect English.
* UglyGuyHotWife: The New Teen Titans shows her married to [[spoiler:Glgrdsklechhh]].

!!Dr. Light

->'''Voiced by''': Rodger Bumpass

A mad scientist and would-be supervillain. Has great skill, but a crippling lack of common sense and a phobia of Raven.

Powers and Abilities: Holograms, force-fields, lazers, ect.

* BatmanColdOpen: Has come out on the recieving end of a couple of these.
* BigBadWannabe: His technology is actually quite powerful, and every so often he'll use it effectively, only to be shortly thereafter undone by his own ineptitude and/or his crippling phobia of Raven.
* TheChewToy
* HarmlessVillain: His threat level is considerably lower than other villains.
** NotSoHarmlessVillain: Proved that he wasn't so harmless in "Kole". Even in his first appearence, he held his own against the Titans, but didn't count on Raven's demonic powers.
* IneffectualSympatheticVillain
* LargeHam
* LightEmUp
* LightIsNotGood
* MadScientist
* NamesTheSame: He did ''not'' create VideoGame/MegaMan.
** Nor is he [[JusticeLeagueUnlimited a Japanese woman]].
* TooDumbToLive: He makes a flashy attack on an oil rig that the Titans can see from their ''home''. He may be a GadgeteerGenius with very powerful tech, but as Robin points out, when it comes to tactics he's just [[IncrediblyLamePun not very bright]].
* TookALevelInBadass: In "Kole".
* [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes Why Did It Have to Be Raven?]]: She can make him blue streaked and quivering with a word.

!!Killer Moth, Kitten, and Fang

->'''Killer Moth voiced by''': Thomas Haden Church, Marc Worden
->'''Kitten voiced by''': TaraStrong
->'''Fang voiced by''': Creator/WillFriedle

A MadScientist, his daughter, and her boyfriend. Scheme to take over the city. Would likely succeed if they had a better gimmick and Kitten wasn't a spoiled brat. As is, they're comic-relief villains.

Powers and Abilities: \\
Killer Moth: Flight, genetic engineering\\
Kitten: None\\
Fang: Giant spider for a head, which allows him to crawl on walls and shoot webbing and paralyzing poison.

* AdaptationalBadass: Arguably, this is the most threatening incarnation of Killer Moth throughout the various DC Universes and since he's still comic relief, that's saying something.
* AlphaBitch: Kitten.
* BigBadWannabe: Killer Moth.
* BlondesAreEvil: Kitten.
* BrattyTeenageDaughter: Kitten to Killer Moth.
* DaddysLittleVillain: Kitten doesn't surpass her father in ambition, but in conniving and {{jerkass}}-ness. This is a girl who came up with an elaborate scheme putting the entire city in danger of being eaten alive by giant bugs to get her boyfriend to take her back.
* EvilPlan: The whole 'conquer the city' thing was Moth's idea. Kitten just wanted a date to the prom for OperationJealousy.
* GiantSpider: Fang. Or rather, his head.
* HalfHumanHybrids: If Killer Moth's appearance isn't solely from a costume, then Kitten, though she doesn't look it in the slightest. Also, Fang has a GiantSpider for a head.
* InterspeciesRomance: If you don't count ''Trouble In Tokyo'', Kitten and Fang (though nobody can be completely sure on what either of them actually are) are the only characters in the show who kiss onscreen.
* MacabreMothMotif
* MadScientist: Killer Moth, again.
* OutlawCouple: Kitten and Fang are seen together in a cameo driving in "Revved Up".
* SpoiledBrat: Kitten.
* TookALevelInBadass: Kitten takes one in her brief appearance in "Calling All Titans"; she gets to control moths and fight with a laser whip like her father.
* TookALevelInKindness: In Kitten's second-to-last appearance in the ''Go!'' comics, the Titans help her resolve some DaddyIssues she has with Killer Moth. She actually seems grateful, and in her final appearance, she's shown to be a civilian contact to the Titans on their communicators, indicating she at least respects them a little now.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Her appearance in "Calling All Titans" is left on a cliffhanger note for Starfire... and it's never seen how that's resolved or where Kitten went.
* WhipItGood

!!Malchior

->'''Voiced by''': Greg Ellis

A SealedEvilInACan dragon trapped in one of Raven's spellbooks, who tricked her into thinking he was a SealedGoodInACan (and falling in love with him) so she'd set him free.

Powers and Abilities: Flight, superhuman strength, impenetrable scales, fire breath, encyclopediac knowledge of magic, manipulative genius (all but the last two are when released only)

* AndIMustScream: His having been trapped in a book for a thousand years.
* BitchInSheepsClothing
* EvilBrit
* EvilSorcerer
* InstantAwesomeJustAddDragons
* MailerDaemon
* ManipulativeBastard
* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: A dragon [[EvilSorcerer Sorcerer]] SealedEvilInACan MailerDaemon who pretends to be a SealedGoodInACan.
* SealedEvilInACan: What he really is.
* SealedGoodInACan: What he pretends to be.
* WhiteHairedPrettyBoy: The human image he uses, apparently actually that of the wizard who defeated him.

!!Mad Mod

->'''Voiced by''': Creator/MalcolmMcDowell

A humorously over-the-top EvilBrit MasterOfIllusion. Actually an old man, but uses holograms to appear young.

Powers and Abilities: MasterOfIllusion (tech-based), cane can cause VampiricDraining, "hypno-screens" induce MindControl

* BadassGrandpa: Averted, as Mad Mod is only a physical threat when he can suck out someone else's youth; everything else he does turns out to be either the result of machines he controls or purely fake.
* DiscoDan: "Mods" haven't been in fashion since the 1970s.
* EvilBrit: Played to the hilt for comedy purposes.
* EvilOldFolks
* LargeHam: Every word out of his mouth is loud and his actions fill the screen. [[SeriousBusiness "They're not "cookies", THEY'RE BISCUITS!"]]
* MadScientist: He ''did'' create all of his robots, hypno-screens, [[MasterOfIllusion illusion]] worlds, and [[VampiricDraining life draining]] tech after all. Though he seems less ''mad'' than bitter about his old age and envious of the Teen Titans for that reason.
* TheManBehindTheCurtain: He's actually a frail, pathetic old man hiding behind holograms to make himself seem young, cool, and awesome.
* MasterOfIllusion
* MindControl: Via his hypno-screens, which can induce effects as varied as reducing the victim to a mindless vegetable or [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking convince them that they're really British]].
* NonActionGuy
* OrcusOnHisThrone: In "Revolution".
* SadistTeacher: In "Mad Mod", his first appearance, when he traps the Titans in a VR school where EverythingIsTryingToKillYou.
* ShoutOut: ''Everything'' he does is a tribute to some aspect of British pop culture from Creator/MontyPython to YellowSubmarine.
** A more subtle ShoutOut is the fact that Mad Mod's debut episode featured brainwashing, which brings to mind [=McDowell's=] StarMakingRole in ''Film/AClockworkOrange''.
** He continues this trend on the New Teen Titans, wherein he references: DrWho, WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated, several character designs and redesigns of the Titans in the comic, PowerRangers, and MrT.
* VampiricDraining: To Robin in "Revolution".

!!The Amazing Mumbo

->'''Voiced by''': TomKenny

A mad magician with [[MagiciansAreWizards actual magical powers]]. Usually a nuisance, but can prove a real threat when properly motivated.

Powers and Abilities: Magic wand and hat allow for a variety of mystical affects.

* AchillesHeel: If his wand is snapped, he's rendered powerless (though he did acquire a new one at some point- presumably from wherever he got the first one).
* BalefulPolymorph: In "Bunny Raven", he turns all the Titans into animals except for Beast Boy, who gets turned into a lamp instead.
* CloudCuckoolander
* DimensionLord: Believe it or not; he's the abolute ruler of a tiny dimension that exists inside his hat, which is the main setting of "Bunny Raven".
* EvilSorcerer: If one played for comedy.
* {{Expy}}: Appears to be a blue [[{{Lidsville}} Horatio J. HooDoo]]. Makes sense, as TomKenny has played a [=HooDoo=] expy [[Series/MrShow before]].
* LargeHam: Whatever else he may be, Mumbo's a consumate showman who revels in his role.
* LaughablyEvil
* MagiciansAreWizards
* NiceHat: Wouldn't be Mumbo without a nice hat. His has a [[PhantomZone pocket dimension in it]].
* RealityWarper: Fairly low-level in the "real" world- in the world inside his hat, he's practically a PhysicalGod.
* VillainSong: "Master Of Your Fate"
** In the ''New Teen Titans'' shorts, he gets another called "Mayhem at First Sight."
** Interestingly enough, he's the only villain in the show to get one. In ''New Teen Titans'' shorts [[spoiler:Slade lampshades this by complaining he never gets a song]].
* WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity

!Control Freak

-->Voiced by: Alexander Polinsky

A geekish villain wannabe who is obsessed with TV, video games and everything else geek culture-related.

* ArchEnemy: Sees his relationship with the Titans as this. However, he's the only one to believe it.
* AscendedFanboy: Though a villainous version, it's quite obvious he's a big fanboy of the Teen Titans; the Titans East even lampshade it.
* AwesomeByAnalysis: He attempts this in his third appearance, where he reveals he has passed his time in jail analyzing the Titans' powers, then developping exactly the weapons and gadget required to counter their powers. Unfortunately for him, he comes back right when they're absent fighting the Brotherhood of Evil, leaving to replace them the Titans East, whose powers and weaknesses don't match Control Freak's gadgets at all. He then takes some time to analyze the Titans East's weaknesses, and devises new challenges based around them.
* BigBadWannabe: He believes himself to be the Titans' archenemy and tries ''hard'' to be one, but they barely aknowledge him as a villain, and don't even bother putting him on their enemies' list (despite Puppet King, a one-shot villain, being listed on it).
* CardCarryingVillain: He clearly enjoys the whole super-villain thing.
* EvilRedhead
* FatBastard
* GadgeteerGenius: He's smart enough to develop machines that grant him limited RealityWarping and allow him to enter the realm of television.
* {{Geek}}: Big time.
* LargeHam: Almost as much as Mumbo.
* NotSoDifferent: He and Beast Boy have almost identical tastes in popular entertainment. This makes ''Beast Boy'' the GenreSavvy one when it comes to battling Control Freak.
* NotSoHarmlessVillain: He's actually quite the competent GadgeteerGenius who can turn out to be a real threat, as shown in his second appearance and during his second confrontation with the Titans East.
* OccidentalOtaku
* TranslatorMicrobes: Uses it on Màs y Menos to understand what they were saying.

!Cinderblock, Plasmus, and Overload

-->Voiced By: Creator/DeeBradleyBaker (all three), Creator/JamesArnoldTaylor (Overload, first appearance)

Three supervillains who frequently work for Slade or other supervillains, providing the muscle for whatever schemes their bosses currently have in the works.

* BlessedWithSuck: Whenever Plasmus’s human form is awake he immediately turns into his mindless, BlobMonster form.
* BlobMonster: Plasmus.
* TheBrute: All of them.
* CoDragons: For Slade they function, at the very least, as [[TheBrute Co-Brutes]], with whomever Slade’s newest apprentice is being the actual [[TheDragon Dragon]].
* EnergyBeing: Overload seems to be a computer chip with a body made of electricity.
* [[spoiler:FusionDance]]: [[spoiler:All three of them are apparently capable of merging into one being called Ternion]].
* TragicMonster: Plasmus’s human form. From his only speaking appearance he seems like a regular guy, horrified of being awake because he knows people will get hurt when that happens.
* TheVoiceless: Cinderblock. [[spoiler:When Jericho possesses Cinderblock, making Cinderblock speak is the first thing that blows his cover in front of the other villains]].
** Overload spoke in his first appearance, but not in any subsequent ones.

! Kardiak

--> Voiced By: Creator/DeeBradleyBaker

A large robotic heart which can disguise itself as other machines, allowing it to get close to children so it can abduct them.

* ChildEater
* CombatTentacles
* {{Flight}}
* MechanicalMonster
* NamesToRunAwayFrom/KNames
* PullingThemselvesTogether: Raven rips it apart, but it reassembles after a few days.
* ThingsThatGoBumpInTheNight: It preys on children, [[NothingIsScarier and we never learn why]].
* VoluntaryShapeshifting
* XtremeKoolLetterz

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Doom Patrol]]

!!'''Mento'''
->Voiced by: XanderBerkeley

The leader of the Doom Patrol and the go-to nemesis for the Brain.

* ArchEnemy: His venom towards the Brain is especially palatable.
* CharacterDevelopment: After spending the better part of two episodes being an unwavering dictator, he finally relents after Beast Boy chews him out over his command style. Best shown when he says "I'll let it slide" after seeing the Titans join the fight against the Brain against his orders in the finale of the season five premier.
* DistressedDude: Along with Negative Man for Homecoming Part 1.
* GeneralRipper: A rare ''heroic'' example, and easily one of the more self-destructive out there. His entire character arc centers around relentlessly pursuing a vendetta against his long-time nemesis, which almost results in the destruction of his team.
* GrumpyBear: He's rather sour, due to his intense focus on finishing the mission, though he gets better.
* KnightTemplar: A mild case, but in his defense...
-->'''Cyborg''': [The Brain]'s targeting the Tower!
-->'''Raven''': Not just the Tower. He's targeting the entire ''city''.
-->'''Mento''': Now you see why I have such a problem with this guy?
* LeeroyJenkins: Which nearly screws his entire team over. Beast Boy chews him out over it, which gets him to relent.
* MrExposition: Homecoming Part 2 starts off with Mento explaining the Brotherhood of Evil in full.
* ShadowArchetype: Mento takes Robin's obsession with "the mission" and churns it up to borderline KnightTemplar levels. Extremism aside, the biggest difference is that, while Robin is more focused on winning, Mento seemed more concerned about just ''doing'' the mission.
* TheUnfettered: He puts the mission above everything else. It isn't until he's right at the edge of death that he calms down.

!!'''Robot Man'''

The cyborg teammate, whose real name is Cliff. Not known for strategy.

* DumbMuscle: Raven makes fun of him over it.
-->'''Raven''': You sure he has a brain in there?
* LeeroyJenkins: "If he builds it, I'm gonna break it. That's the way we do things in the Doom Patrol."
* NotQuiteDead
* ShadowArchetype: Robot Man is a grumpier and [[LeeroyJenkins far more impulsive]] Cyborg, with brain waves as his only remaining 'organ'.

!!'''Negative Man'''

A mummy-esque man who uses his soul (presumably) to possess people.

* DeadpanSnarker: Quips as much as he can when given the chance.
* DistressedDude: Along with Mento for Homecoming Part 1.
* TheFaceless: Negative Man's face is covered in bandages, so you never see it.
* GrumpyBear: He talks as if he's perpetually bored, and coupled with his penchant for snark, he's the most likely member to voice his pessimism over their chances.
* MeaningfulName: His name's ''Negative'' Man and he's a [[DeadpanSnarker snarky]] GrumpyBear.
* NotQuiteDead: Somehow manages to survive his HeroicSacrifice ordeal.
* HeroicSacrifice: He uses his soul to cover for Beast Boy, Mento and Elasti-Girl, but he stays out of his body for so long that he fails to return to his body in time.
* ShadowArchetype: Negative Man is as [[DeadpanSnarker deadpan and snarky]] as Raven, but he seems to be more bored than dispassionate.
* TheStoic: Very low-key compared to everyone else.

!!'''Elasti-Girl'''
->Voiced by: Creator/TaraStrong

The only female member and the one with the best temperament of the group.

* DangerouslyShortSkirt: She always fights in a miniskirt.
* HeroicSacrifice: Holds onto a giant boulder that gets shot by a drone.
* MagicSkirt: Never manages to get a PantyShot, surprisingly.
* NamesTheSame: Elasti-Girl isn't to be mistaken for [[TheIncredibles that Elastigirl]].
* NotQuiteDead: Along with Robot-Man and Negative Man.
* ShipTease: With Mento.
* TeamMom: For Beast Boy.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: The HIVE]]

!!Brother Blood
->'''Voiced by''': JohnDiMaggio

Head of the HIVE in season three, and Cyborg's ArchEnemy. A powerful psychic with a flair for MindControl.

Powers And Abilities: MindControl, telekinesis, teleportation, superstrength, photographic memory, energy blasts. As a cyborg, gains all of Cyborg's powers as well.

* ArchEnemy: To Cyborg.
* ArcVillain: Somehow merges this with InterimVillain as well.
* BadassGrandpa: Blood's age is never explicitly stated, but if his physical appearance is anything to go by, he's at least in late middle-age. He's also one of the deadliest hand-to-hand combatants on the show.
* BigBad: Of season three.
* CardCarryingVillain
* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: He's last reported to be in jail and isn't even mentioned after the third season. He doesn't even get to join the Brotherhood of Evil.
* DiabolicalMastermind
* {{Doppelganger}}: He becomes obsessed with Cyborg to the point of wanting to be him. At first he just wants to dissect Cyborg to figure out why he can resist mind control, then he wants to steal Cyborg's technology to use it as a weapon, duplicates Cyborg's tech to create an army of robots, and finally he undergoes automation so that he can literally ''become'' Cyborg himself. It's very unsettling, to say the least.
* EvilMentor
* EvilCounterpart: Actively seems to become one for Cyborg.
* EvilOldFolks
* FlockOfWolves: He gets frustrated with how many times one of his students turn out to be a ReverseMole. "Was ''anyone'' at my school actually there to '''LEARN'''?"
* GlowingEyesOfDoom: They kick in whenever he's actively using his powers.
* HollywoodCyborg: Eventually.
* InterimVillain: Briefly replaces Slade as the go-to BigBad, and never shows up following his StoryArc, but his defeat indirectly led to the H.I.V.E Five getting formed, and eventually, [[spoiler: Jinx pulling a HeelFaceTurn.]]
* LargeHam: Done deliberately to contrast with [[TheStoic Slade]].
* LightIsNotGood
* ManipulativeBastard
* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: In the comics, Blood was a cult-leading EvilSorcerer; here, the source of his abilities is more vague, but since he's never shown using any of the same trappings as the explicitly magical characters, it seems at least as likely that he's just a natural-born telepath.
* NewPowersAsThePlotDemands
* NotSoDifferent: To Cyborg, though he's the only one who takes it seriously.
* PickOnSomeoneYourOwnSize
* PsychicPowers
* RedEyesTakeWarning
* SinisterMinister: He certainly looks like one.
* SmugSnake

!!Jinx
->''"I'm bad luck. Good was never an option for me."''

->'''Voiced by''': LaurenTom, TaraStrong

Field leader of the HIVE. A minor RealityWarper who only creates bad luck. [[spoiler: Ultimately switches sides.]]

Powers And Abilities: Hex blasts which can cause bad luck or general destruction, acrobatic and martial-arts skills

* AffablyEvil
* AmbitionIsEvil: Subverted. The only member of the HIVE Five who has any ambition, and it's part of what triggers her [[spoiler:HeelFaceTurn]]
* BadPowersBadPeople: Debated and deconstructed when she met Kid Flash.
* BattleCouple: With Kid Flash.
* BlushSticker
* BrokenPedestal: Madam Rouge, after meeting her in person during "Lightspeed". [[spoiler: That plus Kid Flash's overtures equals HeelFaceTurn.]]
* CharacterizationMarchesOn: In the beginning, she wasn't shown to be that different from Gizmo and Mammoth. "Lightspeed" is when she really shows her distinction as being more passionate and ambitious.
* CompositeCharacter: A very unusual case. The basis of her powers comes from an obscure villain named Jinx from Adventure Comics (who is male), while her gender and role in opposing the Titans from the more well known villain sorceress named Jinx.
* CurtainsMatchTheWindow
* CuteBruiser[=/=]WaifFu: Slender and [[SheFu acrobatic]], but she still hits pretty hard.
* DarkActionGirl
* DatingCatwoman: With Kid Flash.
* [[spoiler:DefectingForLove]]
* TheDogBitesBack: [[spoiler: Madame Rouge should ''not'' have slapped Jinx around; It's part of the reason she pulled a HeelFaceTurn, as well as basically telling Madam Rouge to screw herself;]]
--->'''Jinx''': "I don't care who you are, no-one messes with me!"
* DudeMagnet: Three guys have been attracted to her over the course of the show (Cyborg, See-More and Kid Flash).
* EvilCounterpart: To Raven; both use dark magic, both have issues with their abilities, but where Raven (mostly) keeps them under control, Jinx seems to think that she's ''supposed'' to be as 'bad' as her powers are.
* [[spoiler:HeelFaceTurn: Lampshaded when she mockingly asks Kid Flash if he is trying to convert her and make her see the error of her ways. Ironically, that's exactly what happens.]]
* [[spoiler:HighHeelFaceTurn: The sole female of the HIVE Five group ends up joining the Titans in the end.]]
* HornedHairdo
* TheJinx: Has the superpower of making things go wrong, in other words she has weaponized this trope.
* [[spoiler:LoveRedeems]]
* NerdNanny
* OfficialCouple: With [[spoiler:Kid Flash]].
* [[OnlySaneMan Only Sane Girl]]: In the Hive Five. It's part of what drives her to [[spoiler: perform an HeelFaceTurn]].
* TheOtherDarrin: Most of her appearances were voiced by LaurenTom, her last appearance was voiced by TaraStrong.
* RedemptionPromotion[=/=]TookALevelInBadass: Goes from being a standard recurring villain to [[CurbStompBattle effortlessly beating her old team]], repeatedly being the only to seriously damage [[TheJuggernaut Madame Rouge]].
* PerkyGoth
* RaceLift: Was Indian in the original comics.
** Although it's impossible to tell what her race is here since it's never revealed if her chalk white face, shoulders, and hands is due to heavy makeup, is some side effect of her powers, or if that's just [[EvilAlbino her natural skin color.]]
* RoseHairedGirl
* SheFu
* SlasherSmile: In her early appearances.
* SwissArmySuperpower: Her "luck based powers" seem to be able to allow her to do anything she wants.
* [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair You Gotta Have Pink Hair]]

!!Gizmo

->'''Voiced by''': LaurenTom, TaraStrong

The HIVE's resident genius, at least as smart as Cyborg but with a thoroughly unlikable personality.

Powers And Abilities: GadgeteerGenius, plus a suit that contains his latest weapons and gadgets.

* BaldOfEvil
* BrattyHalfPint
* ChildProdigy
* GadgeteerGenius
* GoshDangItToHeck: Gizmo's a ''master'' at this. He swears a mile a minute, but it's all childish swears. For example, he loves calling his opponents "barf brain" or "crud-muncher", accuses things he doesn't like of being "snot", and at one point he even swears, "What the ''hairball''?!" He uses this pseudo-swearing so often in his lines that he successfully gives off the same foul-mouthed impression that he'd give off if he were swearing for real.
* EvilCounterpart: To Cyborg in practice and Beast Boy in personality.
* ForScience
* MonochromaticEyes
* TheOtherDarrin: Most of his appearances were voiced by LaurenTom, though his last two appearances were voiced by TaraStrong.
* SirSwearsALot: Of the UnusualEuphemism variety.
* SpiderLimbs: Can make them emerge from his backpack.
* UnusualEuphemism: Technically Gizmo actually swears quite a great deal for his age; it's just that his swearing tends to be words like "snot" or "crud".

!!Mammoth

->'''Voiced by''': Creator/KevinMichaelRichardson

The HIVE's muscle.

Powers And Abilities: Super strength

* BeardOfEvil
* BigEater
* TheBrute
* DumbMuscle
* EvilCounterpart: To Cyborg (Big guy who's a BigEater) and Beast Boy (The team's muscle).
* MonochromaticEyes
* SuperStrength
* VillainHasAPoint: Like any other villain, Mammoth trash-talks heroes, but, ''just one'' of those times, he's actually right in one of his critiques. When Kid Flash was messing with the Hive FIVE in "Lightspeed", one of Kid Flash's tricks was to take a sandwich from Mammoth as he passed him... but Mammoth shouts that he actually ''paid'' for the sandwich!

!!Billy Numerous

->'''Voiced by''': JasonMarsden

A metahuman criminal who can create copies of himself. Joins the HIVE Five in their second appearance.

Powers And Abilities: creates copies of himself, including whatever he's holding

* AmericanAccents: Speaks with a southern accent.
* CanonForeigner
* ConservationOfNinjitsu: A strange example that both subverts ''and'' plays the trope straight. The subversion is that whenever Billy Numerous creates his clones, they are ''all'' as dangerous as the original one is. But it's played straight in that he does in fact have a "cap" on how many "original strength" clones he can create: if he is tricked into making too many clones at once beyond that "cap", as the Teen Titans manage to do once by creating holograms of themselves to trick him into making too many clones to fight them all, eventually the clones will all become weak and Billy Numerous can easily be defeated.
* EarlyBirdCameo: Like the other HIVE Five members below, he appears in the crowd shots of “Deception” before becoming a minor villain.
* MesACrowd: His entire gimmick, and in his hands it's a surprisingly dangerous one (he even manages to give Kid Flash a tough fight with it).
* SendInTheClones
* ZergRush: By virtue of his many clones.

!!See-More

->'''Voiced by''': Creator/KevinMichaelRichardson

A HIVE member, not really a bad sort when not "working".

Powers And Abilities: Helmet includes various powers and weapons, all with an eye theme.

* AllLoveIsUnrequited: "Lightspeed" hints he has a crush on Jinx, but the poor guy didn't stand a chance against [[DatingCatwoman Kid Flash]].
* BlackAndNerdy
* CanonForeigner
* {{Cyclops}}
* DeflectorShields
* EarlyBirdCameo
* EyeBeams: As well as the ability to ''shoot actual eyeballs.''
* {{Flight}}: How often have you seen it done by ''swelling your eye into a balloon?''
* PowerPerversionPotential: He can see through your clothes among other things.
* ThoseTwoBadGuys: With Private (season 4) and Kyd (season 5).
* TokenMinority
* XRayVision

!!Private HIVE

A HIVE member.

->'''Voiced by''': GregCipes

Powers And Abilities: BadassNormal

* CanonForeigner
* EarlyBirdCameo
* ShieldBash
* SouthernFriedPrivate
* SpannerInTheWorks: A villainous example, once. Specifically, in "Titans Together", Beast Boy's original plan was for Jericho to possess Cinderblock and then have Cinderblock escort the Titans as "prisoners". The possession part worked, which is how they found out the Brotherhood of Evil's base was in Paris... but Private HIVE messes up the "escort inside the base" part when he praises Cinderblock for making a nice catch, causing Jericho-as-Cinderblock to say "Thanks" and thus cause Private HIVE to realize something is wrong since normally, Cinderblock can't talk.
** [[FridgeLogic Of course Jericho doesn't talk normally either.]] What with being mute and all.
* ThoseTwoBadGuys: With See-More.
* ThrowingYourShieldAlwaysWorks

!!Kyd Wykkyd

A mysterious HIVE member.

Powers And Abilities: Teleportation, passing through walls, speculated to be psychic.

* BlackCloak
* CanonForeigner
* EarlyBirdCameo
* HiddenDepths / NotSoAboveItAll: Calm, quiet, and focused in a fight. Didn't hesitate to join in on building a pillow fort.
* IntangibleMan: The selective variation.
* TheQuietOne
* TheSpeechless
* TheStoic
* TeleportCloak
* TeleportSpam: He annoys Kid Flash with this to the point of driving Kid Flash to remark that someone should put a bell on Kyd Wykkyd.
* ThoseTwoBadGuys: With See-More.
* VillainTeleportation
* TheVoiceless
* XtremeKoolLetterz: Why else would he have a name like this?

[[/folder]]

[[folder: The Brotherhood of Evil]]

!!The Brain

->Voiced by: Glenn Shadix

Leader of the Brotherhood, BigBad of season five. [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin A disembodied brain]].

Powers And Abilities: Chessmaster and GadgeteerGenius.

* ArchEnemy: To Mento. Beast Boy also comes to consider him an ArchEnemy across the course of season five, but it's one sided- Brain has no respect for him whatsoever, and seems only marginally aware of who he is.
* BigBad: Of Season Five.
* BrainInAJar: Obviously.
* CardCarryingVillain
* TheChessmaster
* DangerouslyGenreSavvy
* DiabolicalMastermind
* EvilGenius
* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: He's a BrainInAJar.
* FailedASpotCheck: What eventually causes his plans to unravel. He coordinates a humongous assault against the Titans, Titans East, and Honorary Titans, choosing a supervillain or two to take on each hero. Only some of the supervillains he chooses succeed in beating the heroes they're matched against, however: Beast Boy manages to beat the Kardiak Monster as well as Brain's robot drones, Pantha beats both Atlas and Adonis, Jericho beats both Fang and Private HIVE, Herald beats both See-More and Warp, and Mas manages to escape Cinderblock and Johnny Rancid because they only noticed Menos in the rubble of their attack. Furthermore, Cyborg recovers from the hole Mammoth knocked him into, Billy Numerous and Gizmo never manage to capture Kole or Gnarrk, Brain failed to send anyone after Red Star, Raven manages to escape Psimon's portal that Kyd Wykkyd knocked her into, Starfire manages to get away from Kitten and Killer Moth, and Bumblebee manages to recover from Angel and Punk Rocket knocking her out of the sky. Needless to say all of these people show up to screw Brain over and unfreeze the heroes he did manage to capture, which Brain would have seen coming if he had bothered to keep as careful track of ''his villains'' as he did of the heroes.
* FatalFlaw: It never occurs to him that any of his plans could ever ''fail'' because he's too convinced of his own genius, so if any do, he's caught off-guard and without a backup plan, forcing him to improvise, which he's not very good at doing.
* MachineMonotone
* MadScientist
* NonActionBigBad: For reasons that should be obvious.
* ObviouslyEvil: It's in his organization's name, for crying out loud.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: The eyes on his life-support pod glow red when he's accessing his technology, and when he just wants to be intimidating.

!!Monsieur Mallah

->Voiced by: Glenn Shadix

The Brain's Dragon. An intelligent gorilla with a French accent.

Powers And Abilities: Genius level intellect, superstrength, skill with many weapons.

* BattleButler
* TheDragon: To the Brain.
* EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys
* GadgeteerGenius: Seems to make most of the stuff Brain designs.
* GeniusBruiser
* IntellectualAnimal
* TalkingAnimal

!!Madame Rouge

->'''Voiced by''': HyndenWalch

The Brotherhood's enforcer. An incredibly powerful shapechanger with a Russian accent.

Powers and Abilities: VoluntaryShapeshifting into anything she can imagine, abilitly to mimic voices, indestructibility

* TheBaroness
* TheBrute: She's clever, but relies on force more than any other member of the Brotherhood.
* DarkActionGirl
* GeniusBruiser
* HeroKiller
* HuskyRusskie
* LightningBruiser: Besides being NighInvulnerable, she can ''catch'' [[SuperSpeed Kid Flash]] and knock him through concrete.
* NighInvulnerable: She's shown to be pretty much impossible to kill.
* PlayingAgainstType: Hard to believe she's played by HyndenWalch.
* PsychoForHire
* [[RubberMan Rubber Woman]]
* SpyCatsuit: In her default form.
* VoluntaryShapeshifting

!!General Immortus

->'''Voiced by''': XanderBerkeley

The Brotherhood's strategist. An immortal military genius. Seldom speaks.

Powers And Abilities: Immortality, genius-level intellect.
* AgeWithoutYouth: Only less extreme in this iteration of the character.
* {{Immortality}}: It's in his ''name''. Although it's unclear what ''kind'' of immortality he has, it's implied to be CompleteImmortality.
** LivingForeverIsAwesome: You don't see him complaining about seeing the same basic battles over and over again. He's SeenItAll and thus has a leg up on every other strategist alive.
*** He says it himself:
-->'''The Brain''': Persistent bunch, aren't they?
-->'''Immortus''': Persistent, yes. But not immortal.
* PuttingOnTheReich
* ReallySevenHundredYearsOld: More like really ''thousands'' of years old, if his flashback montage is accurate. He refers to ''SunTzu'' as one of his best students, so that pretty much seals the deal.
* TheStrategist

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This is the character sheet for the WesternAnimation/TeenTitans as they appear in the animated series of the same name. [[Characters/ComicbookTeenTitans See here]] for the characters from the [[Comicbook/TeenTitans Titans comic books]].

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[[folder: Core Team]]

* TheTeam / ColorCodedCharacters
** TheLeader: Robin - Red
** TheLancer / GadgeteerGenius [[BoisterousBruiser Bruiser]]: Cyborg - Blue
** PluckyComicRelief: Beast Boy - Green
** TokenEvilTeammate: Raven - Purple
** TheChick: Starfire - Orange

!!Robin
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->"As much as I hate to admit it, he and I are kind of alike. But there's one big difference between me and Slade: he doesn't have any friends."

->'''Voiced by''': Creator/ScottMenville

Robin is TheLeader of the team. Trained by {{Batman}}, he manages to keep on an even keel with a team of metahumans through his intelligence, tactical skills, martial arts prowess and, when it all boils down to basics, enough pure crazy to ''frighten'' the four of them if he really cuts loose. Robin left his position as Batman's sidekick and moved all the way to Jump City to start working solo, only to end up taking charge of the Teen Titans on his first night there and deciding, afterwards, that heading a team might not be so bad after all.

Robin is, at heart, a fairly normal teenager, enjoying hanging out and chilling as much as his comrades do. However, he's Batman's ex-sidekick, and this means he shares his mentor's fixation on discipline and hard work, which can put him at odds with his more relaxed teammates. He's also got issues of his own, namely a tendency to fixate on problems to such an extent that he stops paying attention to anything but "the mission", which has damaged his friendships on more than one occasion. Despite this, he is loyal to his team and takes threats against them seriously indeed.

[[ShrugOfGod The creators are ambivalent]] about which Robin precisely he's supposed to be, with WordOfGod being that he's more supposed to represent "[[CompositeCharacter Robin in general]]" than a specific member of the Batclan. That said, the show has enough {{Mythology Gag}}s and several hints that many assume him to be Dick Grayson, the First Robin. It should also be mentioned that he's explicitly revealed to be Dick Grayson in ''ComicBook/TeenTitansGo'', the comic series based on the cartoon, though YMMV on it's canonicity.

Powers and Abilities: BadassNormal with a variety of weapons and devices.

* AmazonChaser: Some of the things he likes the most about Starfire are "the way you shoot starbolts, that you're brave, and the strongest girl ever."
* BadassCape
* BadassNormal: Keeps up with a team of metahumans despite having no powers himself.
* BattleCouple: With Starfire.
* BerserkButton: Almost always Slade.
* {{Blackmail}}: By Slade in the Season 1 finale.
* BlankWhiteEyes
* BrokenAce: In the BadFuture, he's the only Titan whose become more badass. But at the cost of becoming utterly devoted to his work without any teammates.
* BroodingBoyGentleGirl: Brooding Boy to Starfire's Gentle Girl.
* BurningWithAnger: He was flaming in "Betrothed" when Blackfire spitefully engages Starfire to an ugly blob of an alien.
* CatchPhrase: "Teen Titans, GO!" Usually just shortened to "Titans, GO!"
* CelibateHero: He refuses to be "something more than a hero" regarding his relationship with Starfire.
* CharlesAtlasSuperpower: Shown to be capable of beating down large superpowered beings with his bare hands
* CircusBrat: When Raven reads his mind, she sees an image of trapeze artists falling to their deaths, implying this to be the case, and a strong hint that this Robin is Dick Grayson.
** [[spoiler: Confirmed in the comics when Robin is clarified to be Dick Grayson.]]
* CombatPragmatist
* CompositeCharacter: Has Dick Grayson's origin story and relationship with Starfire, Jason Todd's temper, and Tim Drake's fighting style.
* CrazyJealousGuy: Doesn't like it when Starfire shows interest in other guys.
* CrazyPrepared: Half-subverted in that he has a very specific range of gadgets instead choosing to apply them in creative ways... but when he made [[spoiler:the Red X suit]] he included a ''lot'' of anti-Titan gadgets, a fact that gets [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] when someone steals the suit and uses it on them.
* {{Determinator}}
* [[EtTuBrute Et Tu, Starfire?]]: In "Haunted" when she shoots him in the back [[spoiler:because he is haunted by hallucinations of Slade and threatens to take down anyone who gets in his way.]]
* EveryoneCanSeeIt: His {{UST}} with Starfire.
* ExpressiveMask
* FatalFlaw: He's hypercompetitive and prone to complete fixation on his goal, no matter how important, and this repeatedly proves his undoing.
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: The Choleric.
* FunnyBruceLeeNoises: Does it surprisingly often.
* FutureBadass: As {{Nightwing}} in "How Long is Forever?"
* GenreBlind
* HairTriggerTemper
* TheHero
* HeroesWantRedheads
* HotBlooded
* InterSpeciesRomance: With Starfire.
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: He may seem abrasive to his teammates and may have a temper, but since he does care about them, his heart's in the right place.
* TheLeader: At times he can seem a type I (mastermind), but when in battle's he's a type II (level headed).
* LoveAtFirstPunch: When he and Starfire first met, she beat him up and ''[[SlapSlapKiss then]]'' [[SlapSlapKiss kissed him]] to learn the English language.
* MarriedToTheJob
* MoralityChain: The rest of the Titans in general ground him, especially Starfire.
* NotHimself: When he has visions of Slade and starts acting crazy.
* NotSoAboveItAll: A straight-laced and serious leader a good amount of the time, but still capable of being as goofy or awkward as the rest of the Titans.
* NotSoDifferent: From Slade, though as he notes, he has the one difference that matters: His friends.
* OneManArmy: Stated by the Master of Games in "Winner Take All."
* OnlySaneMan: With Cyborg and Beast Boy constantly fooling around, Starfire getting excited with just about everything and misunderstands the rest, and Raven in a corner being quiet, Robin often ends up like this.
* OppositesAttract: With Starfire.
* OtherMeAnnoysMe: In "Fractured".
* RealMenWearPink: He enjoys cooking and it actually looks quite nice compared to what [[LethalChef Starfire]] comes up with ("The Beast Within").
* [[spoiler:ReverseMole: In the season one finale, after Slade [[FaceHeelTurn recruits him as his apprentice]] [[SadisticChoice in exchange for his friends' lives.]]]]
* SanitySlippage: In the episode "Haunted."
* SavvyGuyEnergeticGirl: Savvy Guy to Starfire's Energetic Girl.
* ScreamingWarrior
* SheIsNotMyGirlfriend: With Starfire.
* ShonenHair: {{Lampshaded}} and parodied in some episodes. Also [[InvokedTrope invoked]] since Robin is shown styling his hair and Cyborg points out that he stinks of hair gel.
* ShootTheDog: Red X.
* SimpleStaff: His weapon of choice.
* StandardizedLeader: Varies. He'll often come off like this in episodes that focus on other members of the team, but the ones that focus on him tend to make him a much more nuanced character than this trope implies.
* TheStoic: {{Batman}} has apparently rubbed off on him.
* TallDarkAndHandsome: Not quite tall, but he sure is dark and handsome. Though, he fits this perfectly when he [[spoiler: becomes Nightwing.]]
* TheTeamNormal: The only member of the team with no powers.
* TokenHuman: The only vanilla human member of the team.
* UnderstandingBoyfriend: In the episode where Starfire turns into a chrysalis, Robin chases after her, even after seeing all her weird changes. Later when he meets up with her again, he tells her he would have come for her even if she hadn't changed back to looking perfectly normal.
* UnresolvedSexualTension: A ''lot'' with Starfire. [[spoiler: They finally get together in the movie.]]
* WhatDoTheyFearEpisode: In one of the comics. Robin's greatest fear is his new "family" falling apart and disappearing.
* WillTheyOrWontThey: With Starfire. [[spoiler: TheyDo in the movie.]]
* WouldHitAGirl: He had no problem getting into a fight with Terra in "Aftershock."

!!Starfire
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->'''Starfire''': "I would like to initiate a group hug!"
->'''Raven''': "Pass."

->'''Voiced by''': HyndenWalch

Technically the reason the Teen Titans exist in this show, Starfire is the second of the three children of the Royal Family of Tamaran. When her planet was attacked and devastated by the Gordanians, Starfire's elder sister Blackfire made a peace settlement with the invaders by giving them her younger sibling as a slave. Unfortunately for her captors, Starfire, while apparently rather naive and gentle by Tamaranian standards, was too much for them to handle, breaking loose and flying to Earth. There, she had an... ''interesting'' meeting with the other future Teen Titans, who came to her defense against the Gordanians. Like all her species, Starfire can fly, is super strong, is extremely durable, and can hurl energy blasts called "starbolts."

Starfire is a strange mixture of personality traits; most of the time, she acts quite gentle and demure, possibly due to expectations of Earth culture and desire to better assimilate in her adopted home, but when the need arises she can be as much the fearsome warrior as any of her comrades. Starfire is deeply fascinated by Earth and enjoys learning new things... perhaps partially because it gives her an excuse to get closer to her leader.

Powers And Abilities: Flight, superstrength, projecting "starbolts" from hands and/or eyes, [[BatmanCanBreatheInSpace able to survive in the vacuum of space]], [[FlightStrengthHeart learning languages by kissing]].

* ActionGirl
* {{Adorkable}}: Comes off as this with her slightly broken English.
* AlienLunch: Has some weird tastes in Earth food -- admittedly, some of it is because she's not a native and so doesn't truly know what humans eat, but she's also got some very strange eating habits (like considering mustard a drink). Her friends treat her as something of a LethalChef whenever she tries to cook a Tamaranian meal for them.
* AllThereInTheManual: It is the ''ComicBook/TeenTitansGo!'' comics that reveal why she was a Gordanian prisoner and the existence of her younger brother.
* ApologeticAttacker
* ArrangedMarriage: Almost went through with one of these. She'd been told it would end a war, but in fact it was a ruse by Blackfire.
* BadassAdorable
* BadassNormal: In "Stranded" where she temporarily loses all of her powers. Doesn't mean she's helpless without them, being part of a ProudWarriorRace and all.
* BadassPrincess
* BareYourMidriff: Seen not just in her outfit, but also in Robin's, and Cyborg's armor in issue 24 of ''ComicBook/TeenTitansGo!''
* BattleCouple: With Robin.
* BewareTheNiceOnes
* BigEater: Shows she is this in "Betrothed" when she and her fellow Tamaranians engaged in a feeding frenzy during dinner.
* TheBigGal: Strength-wise, she shares this role with Beast Boy.
* BizarreAlienBiology: She has 9 stomachs and a three/four meter long prehensile tongue.
* BluntMetaphorsTrauma: Can't quite get a handle on Earth slang.
* BondBreaker: A rare heroic example, and an unintentional one at that. After Starfire goes through time while fighting Warp, she disappears from the rest of the Titans' lives. What was a few seconds for her was twenty years for the rest of the team, and none of them handled her absence well since she balanced them out.
* BroodingBoyGentleGirl: Gentle Girl to Robin's Brooding Boy.
* BurningWithAnger: In "Date With Destiny", she literally burns up until she became a burnt match with eyes when Robin was forced to ask Kitten out.
* CainAndAbel: The Abel to Blackfire's Cain.
* CatGirl: Got turned into a tiger cub in "Bunny Raven".
* TheChick: One of ''two'' girls on the team, but she's more feminine than Raven and serves as [[TheHeart the team's heart]].
* ClingyJealousGirl: Doesn't like other girls showing interest in Robin.
* CloudCuckoolander: Justified; she is, after all, [[FishOutOfWater an alien adjusting to life on Earth]].
* [[CluelessChickMagnet Clueless Dude Magnet]]: Starfire would sometimes not realize she's getting hit on by guys.
* CoolCrown: Briefly wears one during her brief period as the Grand Ruler of Tamaran in "Betrothed."
* CuddleBug
* CuteBruiser
* TheCutie
* DangerouslyShortSkirt: A miniskirt, specifically, but trying to get a peek ''will'' result in a CurbStompBattle.
* DarkSkinnedRedhead
* DoesNotKnowHerOwnStrength: On occasion, as seen whenever she hugs someone too hard.
* EloquentInMyNativeTongue
* [[EtTuBrute Et Tu, Robin?]]: Happens to her in the two-parter episode, "Apprentice", when she discovers that he's working with Slade and was stealing the thermal blaster for him.
* EveryoneCanSeeIt: Her {{UST}} with Robin.
* EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses
* ExposedToTheElements: When the other four Titans bundle up when in arctic areas, Starfire still wears her usual outfit with no discomfort. The only piece of winterwear she put on was a hat. This is because Tamarians can survive in ''space'' without protection so artic areas are no trouble.
* EyeBeams
* FantasticRacism: Was a victim of it in "Troq".
* FashionableAsymmetry: She wears a metal band on one arm.
* FieryRedhead: She's a redhead, and her name has "fire" in it.
* FishOutOfWater: She's an alien on another planet.
* FlyingBrick
* FlyingFirepower
* {{Foil}}: Provides a more lighthearted, empathetic contrast to Robin's HotBlooded seriousness. This makes her a frequent partner of Robin's during fights.
* ForeignFanservice: She came from another ''planet''.
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: The Sanguine (Shares this with Beast Boy).
* FunnyForeigner
* GenkiGirl: Justified; all that emotional energy is the source of her super powers. 'Joy' for {{Flight}}, 'confidence' for super strength, and general perkiness.
* GeniusDitz: How does she know the secret to travel faster than light?
** Or how many atoms are in one kilogram of oxygen?
* GirlyBruiser
* {{Glomp}}: Hands these out quite readily.
* GlowingEyesOfDoom: Whenever she fights.
* GranolaGirl: Shows signs of this, though she's still getting used to our planet and doesn't really have the finer points down. She doesn't quite have the diet part down though; known for eating many a bizarre food, when they actually go to Tamaran she's shown to have the same level of table manners as the rest of her people (none) and much of their food appears to still be alive.
* TheHeart: "How Long Is Forever?" establishes that she's the emotional crutch holding the team together.
* HeterosexualLifePartners: Graduates to such a stage with Raven.
* IAmAMonster: In "Transformation", Starfire thinks herself as this during her metamorphosis, fearing that her final transformation will cause her to be too hideous to be seen with anyone else, even her friends. Afraid her friends will view her as a freak, she chose to isolate herself in outer space. Fortunately she reverts back to her old self.
* IBelieveICanFly
* IDidWhatIHadToDo: In "Haunted", Starfire had no choice but to knock Robin out with a starbolt to the back when he went as far as to threaten the others that he'll take them down should they get in his way of finding Slade.
* ImportantCharacterImportantEvidence: Starfire was the first one to realize that Red-X is [[spoiler: Robin]].
* InnocentFanserviceGirl: In one comic story, she didn't seem to realize she was naked and wondered why Robin and Cyborg were reacting the way they were.
* InterSpeciesRomance: With Robin.
* JustFriends: Even before their RelationshipUpgrade, she considered Robin her best friend, to the point where she [[spoiler: couldn't attack him when he was working for Slade]].
* LethalChef
--> Cyborg: "Ooh! Ooh! Starfire! Remember that purple Tamaranian pie thingy that was full of bugs?"
--> Starfire: "My stewed grunthmek which made you visibly sick?"
--> Cyborg: "YEAH! You gotta cook up some of that!"
* LightEmUp: Her main superpower is firing off green bolts of light.
* LightFeminineDarkFeminine: The Light to Raven's Dark.
* LightIsGood
* LightningBruiser
* MadeASlave: She was enslaved by a group of Gordanians before escaping to Earth.
* MagicKiss: Her ability to learn new languages.
* MagicSkirt
* MalfunctionMalady: Her chromium allergy causes her to sneeze starbolts.
* MiniDressOfPower
* MostCommonSuperpower
* MsFanservice
* MusclesAreMeaningless: She's a ''lot'' stronger than she looks.
** GlacierWaif: Tougher too. Robin's staff actually shattered against her in "Go!".
* [[NiceGuy Nice Girl]]
* {{Omniglot}}: She can learn any language by a kissing a speaker of it. By extension, this makes her TheFace when they go somewhere that doesn't speak English.
* OppositesAttract: With Robin.
* [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe Orange-Skinned Alien Babe]]
* PantyShot: In the beginning of "Sisters."
* [[PardonMyKlingon Pardon My Tamaranian]]: For a girl who's supposed to be [[TheIngenue sweet and innocent]], she uses Tamaranian swears frequently.
* PartialTransformation: In "Transformation", Starfire slowly gains these, but reverts at the end.
* PerpetualSmiler
* PingPongNaivete
* PlotAllergy: Her allergy to chromium in "Apprentice part 1", which is used to locate a bomb.
* PowerStrainBlackout: In her introductory arc.
* ProudWarriorRaceGirl: Taken to greater extremes in the WholeEpisodeFlashback "Go!" which was how the team got together. She's ''far'' more angry and prone to violence than the Starfire we're used to (helps that she's in the middle of escaping a life of slavery) and when she learns English, she says the closest word her race has to "kindness" is "weakness". Somewhat disconcerting, considering that basically everyone on Tamaran besides her sister is a good-natured BoisterousBruiser at the worst.
* PsychosomaticSuperpowerOutage: She needs to feel happy to fly, so when she's depressed, she loses the ability to fly.
* PubertySuperpower: Eye-beams.
* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech:
** Starfire sadly compares Robin to Slade in "Masks", for not trusting her and the others enough.
** She gives another one to Raven in "Switched", about how she doesn't let herself feel.
* RedHeadedHeroine
* SavvyGuyEnergeticGirl: Energetic Girl to Robin's Savvy Guy.
* SheCleansUpNicely: Though not unattractive in the slightest, she was quite stunning in her purple prom dress in "Date With Destiny". Robin certainly thought so.
* ShutUpKiss: In "Go!", but mainly just to learn the English language. Played straight in the movie's ending.
* SiblingRivalry: With Blackfire.
* SiblingYinYang: Again, with Blackfire.
* SignificantGreenEyedRedhead
* SpockSpeak: A rare version in that she doesn't speak this way due to a fascination with logic/science, but as a sign of her relative inexperience with Earth languages.
** She's also [[EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses royalty]], so it's not unlikely that she's used to speaking formally.
* {{Stripperiffic}}: Her outfit is rather skimpy, but it's winterwear compared to her comic book version.
* SuperStrength: Even beats Cyborg in this regard.
* ThighHighBoots: Just like her comic book counterpart, but with a different design.
* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: The Girly Girl to Raven's Tomboy.
* TownGirls: The Femme to Raven's Neither and Terra's Butch.
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Mustard. It's her favorite ''drink''.
* UnresolvedSexualTension: A ''lot'' with Robin. [[spoiler: They finally get together in the movie.]]
* UnusualEyebrows
* ViolentlyProtectiveGirlfriend: The prom episode with Killer Moth and Kitten, though it was Fang who felt the brunt of Starfire's protective wrath.
* WhatDoTheyFearEpisode: In one of the comics. Her greatest fear is her friends turning on her and turning her back over to Blackfire and slavery.
* WillTheyOrWontThey: With Robin. [[spoiler: TheyDo in the movie.]]
* YouWouldntLikeMeWhenImAngry: In "Go!", Starfire was a raging berserker at first. She eventually mellowed out fortunately.
** Then there were her jealous rages in "Date With Destiny..."
* ZettaiRyouiki

!!Beast Boy
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->'''Starfire:''' "Uh, I wish to remind you that you did not actually go to the movies, but merely observed a television program about a person that went to the movies."
->'''Beast Boy:''' "Oh yeah... that was cool."

->'''Voiced by''': GregCipes

The son of two scientists studying wildlife in Africa, Beast Boy was infected as a child with a mysterious disease, the experimental cure for which gave him the ability to turn into any animal, but permanently dyed him green. His parents drowned in a boating accident -- Beast Boy being too inexperienced to save anyone but himself -- and he was subsequently adopted by the Comicbook/DoomPatrol. It wasn't a stable family, and Beast Boy subsequently ran away after he hit puberty.

Beast Boy is the unofficial comedian of the team, though most of his teammates consider his typical array of jokes and pranks to be pretty groan-worthy, and it's implied that, like his comics counterpart, he's one of the "jokes to hide the pain inside" types. Whether he is or isn't, he is the youngest, in terms of behavior, of the team, obsessed with video games and goofing off, which means he's often chewed out by Robin. A devout vegetarian: as he has ''been'' [[{{Animorphism}} just about every animal under the sun]], he finds [[CarnivoreConfusion eating any kind of meat]] to be [[ImAHumanitarian too similar to cannibalism for his liking]]. (Though it might be more accurate to a call him a vegan- he eats tofu eggs rather than regular ones in "Nevermore"- but the show [[YouKeepUsingThatWord always refers to him as a vegetarian]].)

Powers And Abilities: [[{{Animorphism}} can change into any animal, living, extinct, or alien, so long as he knows what it looks like]], plus extra-powerful Beast form from "Beast Within" onwards (his use of animal forms is less a limitation and more a personal style).

* {{Adorkable}}: Watch him interact with non-Titans. In fact, even with the Titans, he's endearingly awkward.
* {{Animorphism}}
* AscendedFanboy: His favorite superhero when he was with the Doom Patrol was Robin.
* BadassAdorable
* BeastMan: He even tries to name himself this.
* BerserkButton: Don't talk to him about Terra's betrayal.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: Especially if you're a member of the Brotherhood. In fact, as goofy and playful as he is, he still manages to be effective.
** He was able to take on ''Slade'' single-handedly when [[UnstoppableRage sufficiently enraged]]. Never cross a guy who can turn into the most dangerous animals ever to walk the earth at will.
*** He caused [[spoiler:''[[{{Satan}} Trigon]]'']] a bit of pain with a ''wet-willy''-inspired attack. OK, he had actually [[spoiler: changed into a whale inside his head]], but he still got the idea from the wet-willy and called it his 'patented wet-willy maneuver'.
* BewareTheSillyOnes
* TheBigGuy: Variation. He's the shortest and skinniest member on the team, but he often relies on brute force.
* BookDumb: Clearly not the most book smart of the Titans, but he can be an effective leader when he gets serious.
* {{Brainwashed}}: Whilst the other four core members have also fallen victim to this special mention goes to Beast Boy who tends to fall victim to it more often and far more easily, which in itself became a RunningGag in the first Mad Mod episode.
* ButtMonkey
* CatchPhrase: "Dude!"
* ChivalrousPervert: In the movie, he gets his own legion of Japanese fangirls, and enjoys it very much.
* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: He really gets to show how badass he can really be in Season Five. [[spoiler: Despite being the PluckyComicRelief, he's quite possibly the most powerful and least inhibited of all the Titans. He managed to foil the Brotherhood's plot to capture him, then successfully organized a counterattack against them with only a handful of people before the rest of the Titans came through in a BigDamnHeroes moment.]]
** It's worth pointing out that he and Robin are the ''only'' superhero veterans on the team.
* CurtainsMatchTheWindow: He must have had green eyes before the mutating.
* CuteBruiser: A RareMaleExample.
* CuteLittleFangs
* CuteMonsterBoy
* [[spoiler:DidNotGetTheGirl]]
* DoggedNiceGuy: Towards Terra.
* EmbarrassingFirstName: It's [[spoiler: Garfield]].
* [[EtTuBrute Et Tu, Terra?]]: In the episode, "Betrayal", when he learns that Terra was Slade's apprentice.
* EverythingsBetterWithDinosaurs
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: The Sanguine (Shares this with Starfire).
* GenreSavvy: He spends his free time playing games and watching TV. It saved the day once against Control Freak.
** Shown most in "Fear Itself." He knows full well that [[LetsSplitUpGang splitting up]] when horror movie stuff has happened is the absolute ''worst'' thing you can do and that the comic relief guy (him) is always the first to go. And he's right, though no one gets hurt.
* GlobalIgnorance: He believed the Great Wall to be in Japan.
* GrowingUpSucks: [[spoiler:Until Season 5.]]
* HeartbrokenBadass
* HeroWorshipper: To Robin in "Go!".
* InSeriesNickname: B.B.
* IWantMyBelovedToBeHappy: In "Things Change", [[spoiler: Beast Boy decides to let Terra go so she can enjoy a normal life]].
* {{Keet}}: Kid's got a lot of energy.
* KidAppealCharacter
* LetsGetDangerous: Since he can't speak while shifted (unlike in the comics), it comes across that when he's in his animal forms, the jokes are over and he means business. And by "business", we mean kicking your ass.
* LikeAnOldMarriedCouple: With Raven according to WordOfGod.
* LockedIntoStrangeness: His green skin, hair, and eyes are a side effect of the serum that gave him his shape-changing abilities.
* LoveAtFirstSight: Towards Terra.
* MasculineGirlFeminineBoy: Feminine Boy to Raven's Masculine Girl. Sometimes.
* TheMovieBuff: He's a major fan of various movies, especially science fiction ones. In Control Freak's second episode, this provides him with a piece of trivia that enables him to turn Control Freak's TV-based powers against him, as he had picked up an obscure weakness in the process.
* MustMakeHerLaugh: Towards Raven.
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Though understandably emotional, he makes the grave error of giving Terra a HeelFaceDoorSlam after learning that she betrayed them. He spends most of "Aftershock Part 1" agonizing over this decision and trying to make things right. He fails... at least until the next episode.
* NiceGuy
* OccidentalOtaku
* PluckyComicRelief
* PointyEars: Chicks dig 'em. Or at least they do in Japan.
* RealMenEatMeat: Inverted; While he sometimes tries to act especially tough, being able to turn into any animal, even carnivores, leaves him perceiving eating ''any'' meat as cannibalism. Funnily enough, in "The Beast Within", when some chemicals make him more aggressive, he says "real men don't eat tofu" and devours Robin's ham-and-eggs breakfast.
* SadClown: Sometimes.
* [[{{ThirdTimesTheCharm}} Second Time's the Charm]]: It's guaranteed that Beast Boy fares substantially better the second time a villain faces the Titans.
** Useless in the [[{{Recap/TeenTitansS1E10MadMod}} "Mad Mod"]], critical in [[{{Recap/TeenTitansS3E7Revolution}} "Revolution"]]
** First to disappear in [[{{Recap/TeenTitansS2E5FearItself}} "Fear Itself"]], the one to beat Control Freak in [[{{Recap/TeenTitansS4E1Episode297494}} "Don't Touch that Dial"]]
** Slade neutralizes all of the Titans except Robin in Season 1? Come Season 5, he can take Slade on himself?
** Brotherhood of Evil
* ShapeshifterBaggage: Initially. When he first started, he couldn't change into anything bigger than himself.
* SidekickGlassCeiling: Sometimes...
* [[spoiler: SpannerInTheWorks: Pretty much singlehandedly foils the Brotherhood after they drove the Titans to the brink of destruction]].
* StarCrossedLovers: With Terra.
* StrawVegetarian: Downplayed; despite being ''devoutly'' vegan (see RealMenEatMeat) and often pointing out that he only eats meat replacements, he doesn't get preachy about this.
* SuperpoweredEvilSide: Gains one in "The Beast Within," to an extent- the Beast is certainly his most powerful form, but isn't "evil" so much as amoral and uncontrollable- more like TheIncredibleHulk than Raven's inner demon.
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Tofu everything.
* TheTrickster
* UnknownRival: To the Brain in Season 5 -- he treats the Brain with almost as much seriousness as Robin does with Slade, but the Brain barely seems to know who he is.
* VitriolicBestBuds: With Raven. Their relationship goes like "[[SlapSlapKiss Slap Slap]] Support" (for Beast Boy) "Slap Slap Commiserate after Raven gets used as a pawn for ancient evil magic." (for Raven)
* WellDoneSonGuy
* WhatDoTheyFearEpisode: In one of the comics. His greatest fear is the Doom Patrol fully disowning him.
* [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair You Gotta Have Green Hair]]

!!Raven
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->"Don't make me send you to another dimension."

->"I respect that you don't eat meat. Please respect that I don't eat fake meat."

->'''Voiced by''': TaraStrong

The half-human daughter of [[HotMom Arella Roth]], a human woman who managed to find her way to the other dimension of Azarath/a native of Azarath (the show isn't clear) and Trigon the Terrible, a dread and powerful demon lord who intended to use Raven to open a portal that would allow him to enslave Earth. As a result of her race, Raven has powerful telepathic and psychokinetic abilities that are destabilized by her emotional level -- in other words, if she fails to keep her negative emotions (positive feelings are okay or else Beast Boy would have been the source of about six Apocalypses throughout the show's run) tightly in check, her psychic power runs rampant, breaking and destroying her surroundings until she calms down. Presumably due to her birthplace, she is also versed in a wide variety of occult lore and a skilled practitioner of magic. She also has the power to astral project, dispatching her soul from her body to teleport herself or others, and to heal, though it's left unclear if these are PsychicPowers innate to her or mystical powers she has learned from her studies.

Because of her background and powers, Raven is a solitary, quiet individual who prefers to avoid interacting with others much, but displays a biting, acerbic wit and a love for sarcasm when she does.

Powers And Abilities: Flight, telekinesis, teleporting, HealingHands, [[TheEmpath empathy]] (though much less prominently than her comic counterpart), telepathy, general magic

* ActionGirl
* AdaptationDyeJob: Raven's hair was black in the comics (and ''very'' long).
* AloofDarkHairedGirl: She's very pretty, dark-haired, witty and aloof, and comes with more than enough trouble to qualify.
* AntiAntiChrist: Her dad wants her to help him end the world. She said 'no'.
* TheAntiNihilist: [[PlayingWithATrope Played With]]. She's naturally distant and usually deems things pointless, but ultimately cares for the Titans and enjoys her time with them.
* ApocalypseMaiden: "The gem was born of evil's fire. The gem shall be his portal. He comes to claim; he comes to sire, the end of all things mortal." She's the gem.
* BadassAdorable
* BadassBookworm
* BadassCape
* BarrierMaiden: In Season 4. Her will is all that's keeping Trigon out of the human's dimension.
* BecauseYouWereNiceToMe: The main reason that she considers the team her friends and the only reason she opens up to them more than most people.
* BerserkButton: "No one should ''ever'' go into my room."
* BirthmarkOfDestiny: Long and creepy looking red ones that form demonic script all over her body.
* BrokenBird: Though she does gradually open up in the last two seasons.
* BurningWithAnger: Usually over Beast Boy's antics.
* CatchPhrase / {{Invocation}}: "Azarath Metrion Zinthos!"
* CharacterDevelopment: Here's a big indicator of how far she's gone. In the earlier episodes, she's seen with her hood up nearly all of the time, even when she's with her friends. As the seasons go by, she wears it less and less.
* TheComicallySerious: See her second page quote.
* CreepyGood: At times.
* CreepyMonotone: Though not as creepy as Slade's monotone.
* CurtainsMatchTheWindow
* DangerousSixteenthBirthday: And we do stress [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt danger]].
* DarkIsNotEvil: She dresses in dark clothing, her powers are tinted black and she's half demon, but she's not evil.
* DarkMagicalGirl
* DeadpanSnarker: ''Constantly''.
* DeathGlare: Raven's glares will make you [[BowelBreakingBricks crap bricks]].
* DefrostingIceQueen: For a good part of season 1, she's always seen with her hood up. As her defrosting progresses, she starts having her hood down not only amongst the Titans, but often when she's alone in public as well.
* EeriePaleSkinnedBrunette
* EmotionlessGirl: She certainly ''has'' emotions and very powerful ones, but she has to keep them repressed to control her powers.
* TheEmpath: These were her only powers in the comic; here they're expanded upon to give her a more action-oriented role.
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: Alternates between Melancholic and Phlegmatic.
* GhostInTheMachine: The episode "Nevermore." With [[ColorCodedForYourConvenience color coding for your convenience]], of course - the pink, giggly Raven, the grey, shy and apologetic Raven and the green, energetic, CuteBruiser Raven. In a later shot, there are also brown, orange and yellow versions, which combine to form a white Raven, and when her inner demon is defeated it turns into a red Raven.
* GoodIsNotNice: Though she's not a total jerk.
* {{Goth}}: Downplayed. The most we get is that she writes depressing poetry. [[FridgeBrilliance It's probably her way of expressing herself]] before CharacterDevelopment sunk in.
* HadesShaded
* HalfHumanHybrid: Her mother was human and her dad's a demon lord.
* HatesBeingTouched: Especially if it's from [[TheDreaded Slade]]. Slowly grows out of it for everybody else, though.
* {{Hellgate}}
* HeterosexualLifePartners: Forms a close bond with Starfire, despite their differing personalities.
* HiddenBadass: When all of [[ItMakesSenseInContext her colored sides combine]].
* HiddenHeartOfGold: Not that she'd ever (publicly) admit it.
* HotForTeacher: Falls for Malchior who teaches her all kinds of new magic.
* IntangibleMan
* InterSpeciesRomance: Had a short-lived with the dragon-disguised-as-a-mage Malchior. However, she didn't know he was a dragon and he was just using her to be released from the book.
* InTheHood
* {{Kuudere}}: The poster girl. Also a rare case of one ''doubling'' as a {{Tsundere}}.
* LadyOfBlackMagic
* LeotardOfPower
* LethalChef: In "The End, Part I" she makes the Titan's breakfast. It doesn't exactly work out...
* LevitatingLotusPosition: It helps her regulate her powers.
* LikeAnOldMarriedCouple: With Beast Boy, according to WordOfGod.
* LonersAreFreaks: She thought this of herself in the origin episode, "Go!". Cyborg responded appropriately:
--> '''Cyborg''': He's (Beast Boy) green, half of me is metal, and she's (Starfire) from space; you fit in just fine.
** The above quote serves as a MythologyGag, because in the first issue of ''The New Teen
''Teen Titans'' (by Marv Wolfman/George Perez in 1980), when we're first introduced refers to Cyborg and Raven, we get this [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming exchange]]...
--->'''Cyborg:''' [The coach] said I don't belong here anymore. Then where in blazes ''do'' I belong?
--->'''Raven:''' With ''me,'' Victor Stone. With others of your kind.
* LonerTurnedFriend
* MacGuffinGirl: In season 4, Slade was tasked by Trigon with acquiring her for the portal.
* MamaBear: For Melvin, Timmy, and Teether.
* MarkedChange
* MasculineGirlFeminineBoy: Masculine Girl to Beast Boy's Feminine Boy... usually.
* MindRape: Victim of Slade, ''perpetrator'' against Dr. Light. As
a ContinuityNod, the first time he reappears, all she has to say is 'remember me?' when he causes trouble and he'll volunteer to go back to prison. Though he apparently gets over it off-screen, as he shows no such sign of being scared of her like that afterwards.
* MissingMom: Arella. However, she was seen again in the story ''Red Raven'', when Raven sought her advice in a restored Azarath.
* MostCommonSuperpower: One of the changes from the comics, where Starfire was voluptuous and Raven was flatchested -- here, it's the other way around.
* MsFanservice
* NewPowersAsThePlotDemands: Her list of one-off powers is quite extensive. As are all the times they would have come in handy had she remembered she had them. Lampshaded in the TrappedInTVLand episode; see the YesButWhatDoesZataproximetacineDo entry on [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitans the main page]].
* NightmareFetishist: She collects some creepy-looking things in her room, though presumably these are magic-based; "Fear Itself" has her wake up from a nightmare and note she should consider redecorating.
** In "Larry", she finds the world redecorated by a RealityWarper Johnny Rancid to be "cool".
* NotSoAboveItAll: As part of her CharacterDevelopment, she becomes more willing to stoop to the juvenile antics of the other Titans.
** At the end of the episode featuring Malchior, she decides to get involved in a game of "Stankball", using her MindOverMatter to mercilessly pummel Cyborg (off-screen) with a gross ball of stinky old socks.
** After Cyborg's failed recon mission in the third season, she's an active participant in making him redo his humiliating Titans initiation.
** In "The Quest", she joins the other Titans in dressing up in Robin's spare costumes.
*** While their canonical connection is dubious, the "New Teen Titans" comedy shorts take this to the extreme in the episode "The BurpingContest" where, after initially being grossed out, an irritated Raven uses her powers to create a [[GassHole city-shaking belch]] that leaves the other Titans covered in soot after even Starfire joins in the titular contest.
* {{Omniglot}}
* PerpetualFrowner
* PlatonicLifePartners: With Robin and Beast Boy, in different ways.
* PowerMakesYourHairGrow: In "Birthmark" and the final part of "The End".
* PrettyInMink: Her winter wear.
* PurpleEyes
* PurpleIsPowerful: Her outfit's primary color is purple.
* TheQuietOne: Sometimes even speaks less than ten lines in a couple of episodes.
* ReiAyanamiExpy: Although the character of Raven from the comics came at least 15 years before Rei Ayanami, it's pretty clear this animated incarnation of the character follows the archetype, especially since the series is {{Animesque}}. Quiet? Check. Pale? Check. Created by her dad to cause an apocalypse? Check.
* ScrewDestiny: She eventually arrives here.
* SelfMadeOrphan: She ''destroys'' Trigon at the end of the fourth season, and he's never seen again since then.
* [[TallDarkAndSnarky Short, Dark and Snarky]]
* TheSmartGirl: When it comes to magic.
* TheSnarkKnight
* SourOutsideSadInside
* SquishyWizard: Not hugely squishy -- she has some martial arts moves -- but she's still the most fragile of the Titans in direct combat (barring Beast Boy's base form, which he doesn't fight in anyway) and tends to hang back to cast magic rather than jumping into the thick of things.
* StepfordSnarker: She's often even snippier than usual when upset.
* StrongFamilyResemblance: With her mother.
* TheStoic: Reluctantly, on her part.
-->'''Raven:''' Maybe you haven't noticed, but my emotions are dangerous. I can't afford to feel ''anything''.
* StylishProtectionGear
* SugarAndIcePersonality: [[Pantheon/{{Emotion}} The Goddess]].
* SuperPoweredEvilSide: Raven's demon nature is not nice. Fortunately, it only slips out a handful of times.
* SwissArmySuperpower
* TheUglyGuysHotDaughter: More specifically, she's [[spoiler:the daughter of Trigon]]
* ThroughHisStomach: In "The End", she tries to do something nice for her friends by making them breakfast. [[LethalChef But...]]
* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: Tomboy to Starfire's Girly Girl.
* TownGirls: The Neither to Starfire's Femme and Terra's Butch.
* {{Tsundere}}: Surprisingly, when her emotions are more visible, she's actually more like this than {{Kuudere}}. She lacks a lot of the blushing or the sideways glances, or any of the typical stuttering, so it's hard to notice at first.
* TheUnsmile: Once in "The End".
* VaporWear: When she has most of her clothes torn off in "Birthmark," there isn't a bra to be seen. This, however, is TruthInTelevision; wearing a bra with a leotard would be redundant, as they're made to cover the "underwear" aspects that would otherwise be unseemly in a skintight outfit.
* VitriolicBestBuds: With Beast Boy. Their relationship goes like "[[SlapSlapKiss Slap Slap]] Support" and "Slap Slap Commiserate post-after an evil magic tries to use Raven as a pawn."
* WhatDoTheyFearEpisode: In one of the comics. Her greatest fear is her and the Titans' triumph over her father [[NoSell not sticking]] and becoming a portal for him again.
* WhenSheSmiles: ...It's often a sign of impending doom.
** Except on some occasions, like the end of "Car Trouble."
* WomanInWhite: From time to time.
* WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds: Is also an ''incredibly'' literal case of the trope name, as the reason for her birth is [[spoiler: to let Trigon onto Earth and destroy it, something which eventually happens in season 4. Things get better, naturally.]]
* WrenchWench: Surprisingly. It's easy to miss, as it only came up once, but still.
* [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair You Gotta Have Purple Hair]]
* YouWouldntLikeMeWhenImAngry: The reason she forces herself to be an EmotionlessGirl.

!!Cyborg
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->"[[ThemeTuneCameo When there's trouble, you know what to doooo!]] Call Cyborg! He can shoot a rocket [[TrickedOutShoes from his shoooe]]! 'Cause he's Cyborg!"

->'''Voiced by''': Creator/KharyPayton

As a teenager, Cyborg was hideously mutilated in a car accident. Fortunately, his parents were foremost experts in cybernetic enhancements, so they integrated their son with a variety of advanced robotic components in order to save his life. For quite some time afterward, he was despondent about his change, and even in the series he remains somewhat unhappy with the loss of his normal life. But he retains a strong zest for life and devotes himself to making the best of his situation, to the extent he usually appears much happier than Robin does. As a cybernetically augmented human, Cyborg has several built in weapons (mainly a sonic cannon), the general resilience you'd expect of someone who's only partly squishy flesh and covered in armor, and
super strength, as well as a considerable IQ hero team that he puts to use as a GadgeteerGenius.

Powers And Abilities: Super strength, armor, various built-in weapons and devices, [[GadgeteerGenius great skill with machines]]
[[hardline]]
* AchillesPowerCord: In a BadFuture where the titans ended up splitting. Cyborg was the only one who stayed on the tower because he had long since burned up all of his internal batteries, so he had to be constantly plugged to a large machine to keep functioning, and couldn't go anywhere. He repairs them at the end of the episode, and Starfire returns to her time, possibly preventing said future from happening in the first place.
* AnatomyArsenal
** ArmCannon: His WeaponOfChoice.
** ShoulderCannon: Had one when he drained the Titan's Tower of energy in episode "The End (Part 1)" in order to fight off Slade and his Mooks.
* {{Badass}}
* BaldBlackLeaderGuy: During his days at Titans East, or whenever Robin is AWOL for whatever reason.
* BaldOfAwesome
* BelligerentSexualTension: With Bumblebee.
* BigEater: Nearly put an all-you-can-eat sushi bar out of business.
* BoisterousBruiser: Big, all around fun guy to hang out with, and how can he be not with a CatchPhrase like below, said about ''28.5'' times [[hottip:*:The half point was because he said "MOO-YAH!" instead]] throughout all seasons.
* CatchPhrase: BOOYAH!
* ChekhovsSkill: The aforementioned [[TrickedOutShoes rocket in his shoe]], when used against Brother Blood in "Titans East, Part 1".
* {{Cyborg}}: Obviously.
* DatingCatwoman: Briefly went out with Jinx while infiltrating the HIVE.
* DeadpanSnarker: Probably the snarkiest member of the team besides Raven.
* DoAnythingRobot
* FakeDefector: Turns out Cyborg is resistant to MindControl.
* FourTemperamentEnsemble: Alternates between Choleric and Melancholic.
* FreakinessShame: In "Go!", it's shown that Cyborg was extremely ashamed of having to become a cyborg after an accident. However, Beast Boy thought it was cool.
* GeniusBruiser
* GoodThingYouCanHeal: He sustains more graphic damage than any of the other Titans partly because of this and partly because said damage is arguably G-rated due to his mechanical nature. He's also the only Titan to suffer realistic dismemberment.
* HeroicRROD: Happens on more than one occasion.
* HollywoodCyborg
* HotBlooded
* HumansAreSpecial: Despite being a cyborg, he exmplifies this in some ways: When he fights with Atlas, it's his humanity that allows him to push past his theoretical limits and win. Furthermore, when Brother Blood tries to brainwash him, it's the human being in him and not the machine that allows him to resist.
* IAmAMonster: Considered himself this initially, as shown in [[HowWeGotHere "Go!"]], but overcame his fears.
* IAmNotLeftHanded: Though it's never explicitly pointed out, he can form his Sonic Cannon from either arm, and in extreme cases both arms at once. He just prefers to use the right, because he's right-handed.
* IJustWantToBeNormal: As mentioned above, becoming a cyborg put the kabosh on a normal childhood and he misses the chance. Seen best when he infiltrated the H.I.V.E.
* InnocentlyInsensitive: He calls Starfire "Troq" after she told him it meant "nothing" (without explaining that it meant "nothing" as in "worthless"), meaning he didn't realise how hurtful it was.
* TheLancer: He's taller, darker, and more laid-back to contrast Robin's serious-as-a-heartattack demeanor. He's also the NumberTwo.
* MakeMeWannaShout: His main weapons are his sonic cannons.
* NumberTwo: Though it's never officially stated, Cyborg is often considered the second in command of the team, and is always the first to take the lead when Robin is MIA or unable to take the lead.
* ProperlyParanoid: Purposely made sure his mechanical systems had glitches and failings, which came in handy when Brother Blood stole his blueprints.
* TeamChef
* TelescopingRobot
* WatchThePaintJob: He does ''not'' like people messing with [[ThePreciousPreciousCar the T-Car]].
* WhatDoTheyFearEpisode: In one of the comics. His greatest fear is losing the remainder of his humanity.

[[/folder]]

[[folder: Titans East]]

!!Bumblebee

->'''Voiced by''': T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh

A metahuman with insect-like wings capable of flight and the ability to shrink to a miniature size, Bumblebee also uses a pair of hand-held electric dart-guns as "stingers." Initially met Cyborg as part of Brother Blood's HIVE Academy, she joins him in taking it down, claiming that, despite appearances, she wasn't totally brainwashed by him and had, in fact, been planning on taking the crime-school down from the inside. She later becomes TheLeader of Titans East.

Powers And Abilities: Flight, shrinking/growth (though apparently no bigger than her normal human size), electricity-producing "stingers"

* ActionGirl
* AlwaysSomeoneBetter: Smugly notes how she handily dealt with Cyborg in their first encounter
* BareYourMidriff
* BelligerentSexualTension: With Cyborg.
* {{Expy}}: She has more in common with TheWasp (shrinking, biological wings, electric "stingers") than her actual comicbook counterpart.
* {{Foil}}: To Cyborg, as she's essentially Cyborg if he ever decided to go solo.
* HeroicWillpower: The reason she's resistant (not immune, but resistant) to Brother Blood's mind control.
* TheLeader: Of Titans East on recommendation from Cyborg.
* OdangoHair
* ReverseMole: When she was in HIVE Academy.
* SassyBlackWoman
* {{Sizeshifter}}
* TheSmurfettePrinciple: The only girl in Titans East, which she seems to resent.
* TallDarkAndSnarky
* TeamMom
* {{Tsundere}}

!!Aqualad

->'''Voiced by''': Creator/WilWheaton

A denizen of Atlantis, Aqualad's relation (if any) to Aquaman is never mentioned in the series. Able to breathe underwater, communicate telepathically with sea creatures, and a potent aquakinetic, Aqualad initially operates as a solo hero, but later becomes a member of Titans East.

Powers And Abilities: Water breathing, telepathy with sea animals, aquakinesis, superhumanly skilled swimmer

* TheAce: In his intro ep. He's less so afterwards, possibily because he had trouble adjusting to a team.
* AlwaysSomeoneBetter: Was this to Beast Boy in his first ep. BB was so excited that the team was going on their first undersea adventure because he figured that with his ability to turn into any aquatic animal, he'd be the most important hero on this adventure. Then Aqualad shows up and completely upstages him without even attempting to.
* FloatingWater
* MakingASplash
* MonochromaticEyes
* MrFanservice: Even a pre-defrostation Raven couldn't help but notice.
* [[OurMermaidsAreDifferent Our Mermen Are Different]]
* PrettyBoy: [[InstantFanClub Every girl around him faints]]. ''[[OutOfCharacterMoment Even Raven]]''.
* TheSmartGuy
* TallDarkAndHandsome
* {{Telepathy}}

!!Speedy

->'''Voiced by''': Mike Erwin

Similarly to Robin, Speedy is a former "costumed hero" sidekick who has since decided to make it on his own, only to become involved with a Teen Titans team.

Powers And Abilities: BadassNormal specialized as an Archer with normal and "trick" arrows

* ArcherArchetype
* BlankWhiteEyes: He wears a mask similar to Robin's
* [[BottomlessMagazines Bottomless Quiver]]
* CatUpATree: Saves one during "For Real".
* DivergentCharacterEvolution: In "Winner Take All," was pretty much Robin 2.0. In later appearances, however, he seems to be more of a "bad boy" to better serve as a {{Foil}} to Bumblebee.
* ExpressiveMask
* FingerlessGloves
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold
* TheLancer: As stated above, he's a 'bad boy' to contrast the 'by the book' leaderness of Bumblebee.
* NotSoDifferent: When compared to Robin.
* RainOfArrows
* RedHeadedHero
* TechnoBabble: Briefly with Robin during their first meeting.
* TrickArrow

!!Más y Menos

->'''Voiced by''': Freddy Rodriguez

Young Guatemalan twins who speak only Spanish, these meta-humans have the ability of super-speed, but only while physically touching each other. They are recruited to be part of Titans East, but no other details about them are given.

Powers and Abilities: Superspeed, TwinTelepathy

* {{The Big Guy}}s: Ironic considering they're so tiny but their speed lets them build up momentum to pack a serious punch.
* BilingualBonus: Everything that comes out of their mouths. Everything.
** PlayedForLaughs during a long rant that went completely over Speedy and Aqualad's heads.
* CanonImmigrant
* CatchPhrase: "¡Más y Menos, sí podemos!" ("Más and Menos, yes we can!")
* DoggedNiceGuy: Played for laughs. They've been assiduously courting Starfire since the moment they first saw her. RuleOfFunny dictates that they be jealous of each other, of course.
* {{Fragile Speedster}}s[=/=]{{Lightning Bruiser}}s: Depending on the situation, they can be either of these.
* FunnyForeigner: The fact that they only speak spanish is the subject of much humor.
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: They've sworn in Spanish at least once.
* GratuitousSpanish: Subverted - it can and [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KXsyOdX5mgs has been]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZOFu61Bp0-E translated]].
* {{Meaningful Name}}s: "Más y Menos" means "plus and minus" in Spanish. It's also a [[PunnyName pun]] on the Spanish phrase for "more or less."
* {{Motor Mouth}}s: Naturally, being speedsters they have a habit of talking fast.
* SingleMindedTwins: They shout the catch phrase at the same time. More importantly they have to be on the same page if they're to properly use their powers.
* TwinTelepathy: Slightly complicated example. Although Pantha attributes Más' ability to sense Menos to being a "Twin" thing, Más explains that it's actually a result of a magnetic connection that gets stronger with proximity.
* WeaksauceWeakness: Their powers only work while ''touching''. Easiest way to disable them: separation. Then again, that's not exactly the easiest thing in the world to do.
* WonderTwinPowers

[[/folder]]

[[folder: Other Titans]]

!!Terra
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->"They actually trust me."

->'''Voiced by''': AshleyJohnson

Perhaps ''the'' most divisive character in the series, Terra was envisioned as a LighterAndSofter adaptation of the infamous "Judas Contract Arc" character, who was a stone-cold psycho hired by Slade from the beginning to infilitrate the Teen Titans and managed to creep ''him'' out. The animated Terra, on the other hand, was envisoned as a more sympathetic, confused character -- WordOfGod describes her as no longer caring about good or evil, [[BrokenBird just wanting to no longer be hurt.]]

[[AllThereInTheManual According to the]] ''ComicBook/TeenTitansGo!'' comics, Terra was born Tara Markov, a princess to a small country called Markovia, and whose royal scientists experimented on her and her brother to imbue them with geokinesis (the psychic ability to manipulate earthen materials) as part of a project to create metahuman defenders. Terra escaped and abandoned her country, but, perhaps as a result of this, her ability to control her powers was limited -- Slade mentions, in her debut episode, a history of having attempted to settle down and do good, but causing disaster when her powers invariably went out of control. When she first met the Teen Titans, the possibility of her finally finding a home arose... but her paranoia meant that she would destroy this chance, and her friendship with them. [[spoiler: However, the episode "Things Change" and issue 51 of the ''ComicBook/TeenTitansGo!'' comic also revealed that Terra's tragic "death", due to PowerIncontinence, had not been permanent, and that she was happily living life as a normal Schoolgirl, with no desire to return to either villainy or heroics.]]

Powers And Abilities: Geokinesis. As Slade's apprentice, wore a special suit that created a telepathic link with him and enhanced her powers (but also allowed him to remotely control her).

* ActionGirl
* AntiVillain: It's not so much that Terra ''wants'' to be bad as she's fallen into bad company and has serious issues.
* [[spoiler:BackFromTheDead: In "Things Change".]]
* BadassPrincess
* BareYourMidriff: When officially part of the Titans, Terra's uniform was a midriff-baring outfit featuring a black shirt with a yellow "T" on it.
* BecomingTheMask: Despite her betrayal, she really felt at home with the team.
* BigEater: She can actually beat ''Cyborg'' in eating competitions.
* BlondesAreEvil: Subverted. Not quite evil, but very misunderstood and paranoid.
* BreakTheCutie: She started out cracked due to a terrible past....
** CorruptTheCutie: ...And then Slade finished the job.
* BrokenBird: Terra has a DarkAndTroubledPast involving human experimentation, inadvertently causing disasters due to being possessed of seemingly uncontrollable powers, and being persecuted by people for causing disasters. Add in Slade and, well...
* [[spoiler:TheChosenZero: The reason why she isn't happy with her powers.]]
* ClingyCostume[=/=]EvilCostumeSwitch: The armored suit Slade had fused with Terra's nervous system.
* CompositeCharacter[=/=]{{Expy}}: Before Deathstroke's daughter appeared in the animated series continuity proper, Terra's character combined elements of Rose Wilson and Tara Markov, particularly the abusive relationship the comic version of Wilson had with her father, and the long, blonde hair of Wilson's that fell over one eye, creating a visual comparison with Slade.
* CuteBruiser: Her geokinetic powers make her one of the more offense-orientated members of the team.
* DarkMagicalGirl: Played Straight and Zigzagged, with a rivalry, abusive parental relationship, a FaceHeelTurn, [[spoiler: and a HeelFaceTurn that ''literally'' depowers her.]]
* DefusingTheTykebomb: [[spoiler: Terra manages to do this to ''herself'', figuratively ''and'' literally.]]
* DishingOutDirt
* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: A lot of Terra's behavior (fear of intimacy, inability to settle down, paranoia, self-destructive tendencies, exaggerated startle response, desperate yearning for approval from a mentor figure that she ''knows'' will hurt her) are all very reminiscent of children who grew up in abusive households. Somewhat justifiable, given her own parents ''let'' their country's scientists use her as a guinea pig to induce metahuman powers, and she has been continually driven away by mobs of people for causing geological disasters.
* [[spoiler:FakingAmnesia]]
* HeelFaceDoorSlam: In the episode, "Betrayal". One of the bigger elements of debate in the series is whether or not it was justified; on the one hand, Beast Boy's declaration gave Terra the push to fully swear in with Slade, but on the other hand, she had already chosen to sell out the team and leave the rest of his friends to die against Slade's army of robots of her own free will.
* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: She started off good, had a FaceHeelTurn, had a semi HeelFaceTurn that [[HeelFaceDoorSlam got slammed in her face]], had an even ''bigger'' FaceHeelTurn, and finally made a permanent HeelFaceTurn.
* HeroicSacrifice
* {{Hypocrite}}: In Aftershocks Part I, she gets scared when the Titans reappear to take her down and resorts to begging them to stop and leave her alone, even going so far as to appeal to Beast Boy's crush on her. This, despite the fact that she willingly and gleefully did her best to try and ''kill them'' in the last episode.
* [[spoiler:IJustWantToBeNormal: The reason why she is happy to be a schoolgirl instead of a hero in "Things Change".]]
* JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope: She didn't so much as to embrace her FaceHeelTurn after Beast Boy tells her off in that she have no friends.
* MeaningfulName: "Terra" means "earth".
* TheMole: From her second appearance on.
* MoreThanMindControl[=/=]NotBrainwashed: [[ManipulativeBastard Slade]] played on her paranoia and burned heroics.
* {{Motif}}: Reflections and butterfly imagery play a large role in episodes and comics featuring Terra, symbolizing her ever-shifting sense of identity and self-image, [[spoiler: and her eventual maturation into a confident, independent, happy young woman.]]
* NeverMyFault: PlayedForDrama. Terra's paranoia that others will blame her for disasters that ''aren't'' her fault, as they have in the past, leads to her refusing to accept responsibility for disasters that actually ''are'' her fault. Indeed, this is the ultimate root of her entire villainous arc; she chooses to go to Slade after believing Beast Boy "betrayed" her and then chooses of her own free will to repay her "debt" to Slade by infiltrating and betraying the Teen Titans. When Beast Boy understandably is enraged that she sold his friends out to Slade, she considers it justification to actively try and take the Titans down herself. When this leads to them retaliating and kicking her butt, she then tries to run away from Slade.
** [[spoiler:Averted when Terra finally takes responsibility for her mistakes in Aftershocks Part II, where she stops a catastrophic earthquake triggered by her powers, inadvertently turning herself into stone in the process.]]
* NotSoDifferent: To Raven. Episodes featuring the two highlight their many similarities and grudging friendship. [[spoiler: It's Raven who accurately pegs Terra's aspirations to normalcy in "Things Change"]]:
-->'''Raven:''' [[spoiler: Maybe she didn't ''want'' to be found.]]
* PeekABangs
* PeoplePuppets: The battle suit Slade gave Terra was designed to do just this. It never occurred to her that he might take total control should she ever realize he was a BadBoss. She manages to override it and finish him off.
* PowerIncontinence: Why she's broken and paranoid; she can't control her powers, and people have always lashed out at her when they realise that she is the one causing the disasters.
* RedemptionEqualsDeath
** [[spoiler:RedemptionEarnsLife]]
* TheRunaway
* SaveTheDayTurnAway: Played with. Terra would rather not be acknowledged as a villain or hero. [[spoiler: High school's more her style.]]
* SecretLegacy: Formerly Princess Tara of Markovia.
* SelectiveObliviousness: Played for drama; her paranoia is so bad that, in her first episode, she immediately leaps to the conclusion that Beast Boy betrayed her by breaking his promise and telling Robin about her PowerIncontinence... as opposed to the more logical and obvious conclusion that Robin figured it out himself, due to A: being famously observant and analytical, and B: she had a rather blatant superpowered near-meltdown about five minutes beforehand, right in front of Robin. This leads to her running away from Titans Tower and right into Slade's hands.
* SixthRangerTraitor
** ColorCodedCharacters: Yellow, rounding out the 6 primary and secondary colors had she stayed.
* StarCrossedLovers: With Beast Boy.
* StepfordSmiler: Before her FaceHeelTurn.
* StepfordSnarker: After her FaceHeelTurn. Robin doesn't buy into it, giving her a ShutUpHannibal that shakes her to her core in one episode and a YouAreBetterThanYouThinkYouAre speech in a later one.
* TakenForGranite: The strain of using her powers to stop an impending volcanic eruption somehow causes a backlash that turns her into stone. [[spoiler:By the end of season 5, she's reverted to normal and, presumably depowered, is now living a normal life.]]
* [[spoiler:ThatManIsDead: She tells Beast Boy the Terra he knows is now just a memory in her final appearance.]]
* {{Tomboy}}: She's got no problems with [[{{Pun}} getting dirty]].
* TomboyPrincess
* TookALevelInJerkass: Once she recieves a HeelFaceDoorSlam, Terra fully embraces TheDarkSide and becomes truly ''evil''. Thankfully, it turns out that "it's never too late to change".
* TownGirls: The Butch to Raven's Neither and Starfire's Femme.
* {{Tykebomb}}: Made into one to defend Markovia, she left before her powers could be stabilized. Later, Slade hones her abilities and preys on her insecurities to make her into a more effective one.
* WeUsedToBeFriends: With the Titans.
* WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds

!!Kid Flash

->'''Voiced by''': Michael Rosenbaum

A charming speedster who develops a thing for Jinx and manages to convince her to change sides.

Powers And Abilities: Superspeed

* ActorAllusion: Voiced by Michael Rosenbaum, who voiced the adult [[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Flash]].
* AdaptationalBadass: His comic self is in no way harmless, but this version of the character raises his skills to OneManArmy levels.
* BattleCouple: With Jinx.
* DatingCatwoman: With Jinx.
* DeadpanSnarker
* TheDulcineaEffect: Of sorts, with Jinx. Once he crosses paths with her, Kid Flash continuously tries to convince Jinx to make a HeelFaceTurn.
* FragileSpeedster
* FunPersonified: He's a very friendly, playful guy who likes joking around and teasing others.
* ItAmusedMe: He spends most of his introduction episode simply toying around with Hive Five, even though he was fully capable of turning them in.
* KidAnova: Though he only flirts with Jinx.
** The tie-in comic, however, plays this completely straight.
*** This lands him in some hot water with his girlfriend [[spoiler:Jinx]] when he ends up flirting with different Titans girls.
* ManicPixieDreamGirl: A gender-flipped version.
* NiceGuy: So nice, in fact, that he [[spoiler: reformed a supervillainess]].
** BewareTheNiceOnes: But don't get on his bad side. [[OneManArmy Seriously, don't]].
* OfficialCouple: With [[spoiler:Jinx]].
* OneManArmy: Madame Rouge hypes Kid Flash up as being one of the harder team heroes to capture. Indeed, he spent the first half of his introduction episode screwing around with all of the Hive Five, a group of villains that even the Titans had trouble beating together.
* RedHeadedHero
* SuperSpeed
* TheTropeKid

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[[folder: Independent Antagonists]]

!!Slade
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->[[NightmareFuel "I am the thing that keeps you up at night, the evil that haunts every dark corner of your mind. I will never rest- and neither will you."]]

->'''Voiced by''': RonPerlman

A mysterious character whose motives are unknown, but vaguely seem to revolve around the conquest/destruction of Jump City, with more plans stemming from there. Slade is the first major antagonist of the series and
appears in all five seasons in some form, and is a major villain in three, driven to recruit one of the Teen Titans as an "apprentice" in the first two seasons and an undead servant of Trigon the Terrible working for the promise of being restored to life in the fourth. A master tactician and a martial arts expert capable of defeating Robin easily, Slade is aided by hordes of robotic minions (even going to the extent of having "Slade-bots", or android stand-ins for himself to avoid being exposed to the risk of capture, ala DoctorDoom) and the services of three mutant metahumans; Overload, Cinderblock and Plasmus. Generally regarded as ''the'' villain of the show among fandom.

Powers And Abilities: BadassNormal, genius-level intellect (seasons one and two) invulnerability, flight, teleportation, pyrokinesis (as Trigon's lackey)

* [[ActuallyADoombot Actually A Sladebot]]: Fond of using these as decoys, but the two most notable examples are shown in "Masks" and "Things Change".
* AdaptationDistillation: Most notably, emphasizing the character as a planner and a BigBad, making him more subtle and menacing than his counterpart.
** Also notably with his name. In the comics, he was usually known simply as The Terminator untill [[Film/TheTerminator a certain movie came out]]. Then, an old codename he'd had, Deathstroke, was dusted off and he became known as Deathstroke the Terminator, which sounds literally like [[IncrediblyLamePun overkill]]. In the comics, Slade is just the character's real first name. Even most comic fans agree that simply calling him Slade is [[AwesomeMcCoolname a distinct improvement]].
* AlwaysSomeoneBetter: Robin has frequently proven himself a skilled and capable leader of the Titans, but Slade regularly overpowers and defeats him with ease.
* ArchEnemy: To the team as a whole, and Robin in particular.
* {{Badass}}
** BadassBaritone
** BadassNormal: Slade has no powers at all and yet is able to defeat the {{Batman}}-trained Robin (and fairly high ranking demons).
** EmpoweredBadassNormal: In Season 4.
* BadBoss: When Terra was ambushed by the Titans, she was forced to pull out in spite of Slades orders. Once she got back, he ''beats her down''. Next we see of her, she's missing pieces of clothing, her skin is periodically bruised and her bandages were ripped out.
* BigBad: Seasons One and Two, with a strong influence even after.
* BondBreaker: Very much adept at getting the Titans to turn on each other.
** Manipulated Terra's insecurity over his powers by training her himself. Once she got her powers under control, she was sent back to the Titans and reaffirmed her friendship with them, but with a catch - she was sent as TheMole.
** He left a chemical reagent in a mask that Robin kept. Once Robin picked it up, it infiltrated Robin's brain, implanting an illusion of himself into Robin's mind. The more Robin fought, the more realistic and harmful the hallucination became. The other Titans couldn't see Slade, so they thought Robin turned paranoid, and it prompted Robin to alienate his friends before all was said and done. All that physical and psychological damage nearly led to the Titans losing their leader and their friendship falling apart, the closest Slade's ever come to victory.
* BreakThemByTalking: He's practically the king of this trope by the end of Season 1.
* CardCarryingVillain: Downplayed. He probably knows that he's in the wrong, but he doesn't care. Of course, that CreepyMonotone can make it hard to figure out exactly ''what'' he feels.
* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Early episodes emphasized his nature as a CardCarryingVillain and DiabolicalMastermind. He really hit his stride in the second half of season one, when the emphasis switched to his BreakThemByTalking and creepy, ''creepy'' obsessions with Robin/Terra/Raven.
* TheChessmaster: There's ''always'' a plan with this guy. ''Always''. [[spoiler: Even after he dies, he's got a couple of aces left up his sleeve]].
* ColdBloodedTorture: His forte. ''All'' of the main Titans went through this at some point.
** Laser-injects nanobots into the Titans' blood streams, ''repeatedly'' tortures them through those machines, and blackmails Robin into serving as his apprentice under the threat of murdering his friends.
** He created a neural suit that attaches itself to Terra's nervous system. It's ''impossible'' to remove, and it allows Slade to control her for whatever he wants, regardless of her will. Every time he controls her, she's visibly twitching in pain as she struggles to resist.
** Brandishing a spikey, electric knife and shocking Robin while he was strapped to a hospital bed.
* CombatPragmatist: He couldn't defeat the Gatekeeper one-on-one, so he planted a ''bomb'' on the door, causing an explosion that killed the guard and released the souls within it, including the one belonging to Slade.
* ComicBookMoviesDontUseCodeNames: Or comic book animated series, in this case. Probably a combination of NeverSayDie and the fact that "Deathstroke the Terminator" fits comic Slade (a mercenary killer) much better than his animated counterpart (a mastermind who generally avoids getting his hands dirty, though he's more than capable of doing so if neccessary).
* TheCorrupter: Seasons One and Two. Not so successfully with Robin, much more so with Terra.
* CrazyPrepared: He's essentially played like an evil version of {{Batman}} (which makes him such a good foil for Robin), and naturally he has a significant fanbase because of it.
* CreepyMonotone: And how.
* DeadpanSnarker
* DealWithTheDevil: With Trigon to get his body back.
* DemotedToDragon: To Trigon in Season Four. Not that it made him any less of a threat.
** DefectorFromDecadence: Only after Trigon abandons their deal, though.
** EnemyMine: And ultimately teams up with Robin to take Trigon down.
* DiabolicalMastermind: This version of Slade seems to be a criminal mastermind rather than a mercenary for hire like in the mainstream DCU.
* EvilCannotComprehendGood: He suffers from this, particularly in season one and two. Probably the reason he comes off as a SmugSnake when he's up against the heroes and a MagnificentBastard the one time he's pitted against another villain.
* [[spoiler: EvilVersusOblivion: In season four.]]
* EvilSoundsDeep
* FauxAffablyEvil: Has his moments. In Season 4, he's ''significantly'' more FauxAffablyEvil than normal as Trigon's [[TheDragon Dragon]], which just makes him, if possible, ''even creepier''.
* GeniusBruiser: He's a master planner and manipulator as well as one of the strongest
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* {{Genre Savvy}}: He's able to predict Trigon's backing out ''Characters/ComicbookTeenTitans'' for characters of their deal and makes his own preparations.
* TheHeavy: He may only be BigBad of the first two seasons (and the three subsequent Big Bads all rate higher on the SortingAlgorithmOfEvil in different ways[[note]]Brother Blood has more individual power, the Brain is physically weak but has a global organization and more expansive plans, and Trigon is a demon lord who personifies evil and is packing enough power to fry the planet it seconds[[/note]]) but he appears more often and has a more personal enmity with the team than any other villain, and is generally the villain who is most strongly associated with the show. Being a major KnightOfCerebus also cements his stature.
* HiddenAgendaVillain: By the end of the show, we ''still'' don't know what his EvilPlan was.
* InkSuitActor: Mr. Perlman does look similar to Slade without the mask, if Slade's face looks like it does in
the comics.
* InLoveWithYourCarnage: He finds tapes of Robin being forced to fight his friends "thrilling", and is fascinated when he learns Raven's big secret.
* KarmaHoudini: Even after the show ends, he's still in hiding. Nobody's found him yet.
* KickTheDog: Where do we even ''begin''?
** KickTheSonOfABitch: Trigon ''definitely'' deserved it, though.
* KnightOfCerebus: Things are ''never'' LighterAndSofter when Slade's around. ''Never''.
** One early episode starts out as a LighterAndSofter episode, then halfway through, Slade unexpectedly shows up and things get real serious, real fast.
* ManipulativeBastard: His other forte, best shown with Terra and Robin.
* MindRape: Especially to Raven when he comes BackFromTheDead.
** Another happened to Robin during "Haunted", what with that hallucination-drug and all.
* MindScrew: BreakThemByTalking, MindRape, [[ManipulativeBastard manipulation]], it's all there. And ''boy'', do Robin and [[spoiler: Terra]] bite the bait.
* NobleDemon: During the later half of Season 4.
* NoSenseOfPersonalSpace: Best seen in his interactions with Raven.
* PickOnSomeoneYourOwnSize: With Robin, Terra and Raven.
* PostMortemComeback: After his death in the second season finale, one of his masks was confiscated by Robin. Slade left a chemical substance in the dust that infiltrated Robin's central nervous system, forcing Robin to see, hear and feel Slade, even when he wasn't there. The more he fought the illusion, the more harmful it became, but it could only be seen in the dark. It led to one of the ''best'' episodes in the series' run.
** Also occurs in that he literally comes back as a servant of Trigon. In fact, the above event foreshadowed this when it turned out the dust was activated by ''a radio signal from outside the Tower''.
* ShadowArchetype: To Robin (both have very similar personalities and skills, but Robin uses his to protect the innocent while Slade uses his to commit crimes and acquire power) and Raven (Raven is a demon by birth and a heroine by choice; Slade is human by birth, harbinger of the apocalypse by choice).
** He also serves as this to Batman; a skilled, manipulative, and intelligent mentor but while Batman had the best intentions(for the most part), Slade is frequently abusive and treats his proteges harshly.
* SmugSnake: In the first two seasons, though he's still very threatening and ''tries'' to learn from his mistakes.
** Graduates to full MagnificentBastard during Season Four.
* TheSociopath: Shown clearly in season four when Robin points out how he has no remorse
''Characters/AnimatedTeenTitans'' for ruining others lives for the sake of his own benefit, Slade's response is "[[BecauseImGoodAtIt It's what I do best]]."
* TheSpook: Unless you infer he has the same origin as his comic counterpart, there's no backstory to him whatsoever. We never get a good look at his face or even learn what his endgame is (beyond finding an apprentice). He's just a guy with RonPerlman's voice being as creepy as humanly possible.
* TheStoic: There's a grand total of ''one'' short diabolical chuckle that he does in all of his appearances and even then, it sounds ''unnatural and creepy''. There are also a few instances where that eye of his widens or when he loses his cool.
* VillainousRescue: In "The End Part 3" after the Titans (minus an age-regressed Raven, who is deemed no threat) are captured in an energy field by Trigon, a flaming demon weapon-wielding Slade appears out of nowhere to attack Trigon, freeing the trapped Titans.
* WarriorTherapist: An evil version.
* WouldHitAGirl: He'll also abuse them to the point that they refuse to realize things that are truly their fault and will see the error of their ways. Just ask Terra.
* YouHaveFailedMe: Played straight with his treatment of Terra. Averted with his treatment of Jinx, Gizmo, and Mammoth, mainly because [[ItMakesSenseInContext they didn't actually fail him]].

!!Trigon the Terrible
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->"Trigon isn't a villain. He's [[UltimateEvil the incarnation of evil- the source of all darkness]]..."

->'''Voiced by''': KeithSzarabajka, Creator/KevinMichaelRichardson

An extremely powerful demon lord, and Raven's father, who intends to use her as the key to a portal that will allow him to enter and devastate Earth.

Powers And Abilities: RealityWarper, prescience

* AbusiveParents: Oh, so very much.
* ArchNemesisDad: To Raven.
* ArcVillain: Never shows up as a villain following the fourth season.
* AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever: He's large enough to use the Tower as a throne.
* BadBoss: Betrays Slade after he delivers Raven. [[spoiler: Slade is GenreSavvy enough to anticipate this possibility, and made his own preparations.]]
* BecauseDestinySaysSo: He believes he's destined to conquer "the world of mortals" and that nothing can stop him, but he is defeated by Raven two episodes after his debut.
* BigBad: Season Four
** BiggerBad: But he's still technically the canonical ultimate evil, even when OutOfFocus.
* BigRedDevil: Emphasis on the ''big''.
* BreathWeapon: Fire, of course.
* DealWithTheDevil: Offered to give Slade his body back in return for him delivering Raven.
* DimensionLord
* EnemyWithout: He creates these for the Titans when they try to distract him.
* EvilPlan: Use his daughter to enter "the world of mortals" and lay waste to it.
* EvilSoundsDeep
* EyeBeams
* GodOfEvil
* KnightOfCerebus: Even more than Slade. If Trigon's involved, bad, bad things are in store. To put things in perspective, he only appeared in five episodes (six, if you count "Nevermore") and all of them were among the show's darkest, creepiest, and most intense.
* ManipulativeBastard: So good that he was able to dupe ''Slade'' into thinking that he was being sincere. However, as it turned out, [[CrazyPrepared Slade had second guesses]].
* NighInvulnerable
* NotSoInvincibleAfterAll: After he enters the human world from his world.
* ObviouslyEvil
* OmnicidalManiac: "He comes to claim, he comes to sire; the end of all things mortal."
* TheOtherDarrin: When he first debuted as a mental manifestation of Raven's anger, he was voiced by KeithSzarabajka. Later, in Season Four, he was voiced by Creator/KevinMichaelRichardson.
* PhysicalGod
* RedEyesTakeWarning
* {{Satan}}
* SmugSuper
* UltimateEvil
* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: To Slade. This doesn't go so well for him, as Slade is [[CrazyPrepared prepared]] for a betrayal, and gives the Titans the information they need to recover Raven, leading to Trigon's defeat. [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking And cuts off both of Trigon's horns.]]



!!Red X
->"Not everyone likes to play the big villain, kid. I'm a thief. I'm not threatening your precious city - just looking out for number one."

->'''Voiced by''': Creator/ScottMenville

A mysterious thief who stole a suit and indentity Robin had previously used to get close to Slade. On no one's side but his own.

Powers And Abilities: BadassNormal, various anti-Titans weapons in the suit, low-powered flight and cloaking

* [[AffablyEvil Affably Morally Ambiguous]]: He's pretty friendly and polite while kicking your ass.
* AntiHero: Apparently has some baseline heroism, but he's really working for himself.
** He puts it best himself: he's neither hero nor villain; he's just doing whatever the hell he wants, wherever that happens to fall.
* AntiVillain: [[SlidingScaleOfAntiVillains Type I]]. Makes no illusions about his goals and how he achieves them, but apparently it's [[PunchClockVillain just a living to him]].
* BadassNormal: Presumably, as he doesn't demonstrate any unique powers beyond his suit's weaponry.
* BlankWhiteEyes
* BreakoutVillain: The character himself starts out as [[spoiler: Robin's alter ego]], but gets more fleshed out [[spoiler: as a separate character who stole the suit from Robin]], providing an opposite motivation not only to the heroes but the villains as well.
* CharlesAtlasSuperpower: Again, presumably. Despite the apparent lack of superpowers, he shares Robin's inhuman fighting skills.
* CombatPragmatist: He'll do whatever it takes to win.
* CoolMask
* CreepyMonotone: He sounds very much like Robin, otherwise. [[spoiler: Which is very understandable in his ''first'' appearance: not so much from his second onward.]]
* DanceBattler
* DeadpanSnarker
* EnemyMine: Both times he's appeared, actually.
* ExpressiveMask
* TheFaceless
** {{Lampshaded}} and parodied in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KOKP7NlVuew this animated short]]. His identity is still the series' best-kept secret. Presumably because the writers never ''gave'' him an out-of-costume identity.
* FriendlyEnemy
* GentlemanThief: Red X doesn't go after innocent people or put them in harm's way. He also actually does seem to care about whether or not a city full of people is going to be disintegrated because of a psychotic villain, as well as whether or not Robin is going to fall to his death.
* GrayAndGrayMorality
* LoveableRogue
* [[EvilCounterpart Morally Ambiguous Counterpart]]: To Robin for being a BadassNormal with cool gadgets that steals instead of fighting thieves.
* NobleDemon: He makes himself out to be a petty thief that cares for nothing but himself, but in both apperances he's helped the Titans when it wasn't in his self-interest to do so.
* TheRealRemingtonSteele
* RiddleForTheAges: Who he is and what he looks like. As he put it himself in his debut appearance, "If I wanted you to know that, would I be wearing a mask?"
* [[SkullForAHead Skull for a Mask]]
* ShadowArchetype: To Robin.
* TalkingToHimself: Red X and Robin (quite fittingly) are voiced by Creator/ScottMenville.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: [[spoiler:According to [[http://images.wikia.com/teentitans/images/2/22/Teen_Titans_-_Villains_A.jpg this screenshot]], he joined the Brotherhood of Evil; that's him standing in front of Cinderblock. However, he was nowhere to be seen in the final showdown with them later, implying he either quit the organization or abandoned them outright. Given his selfish personality (and the fact that his "just a thief" nature doesn't at all fit their agenda), he was probably never loyal to them in the first place. Probably just joined up to swipe some of Brain's technology.]]
* WildCard: Could help the villain, could help the hero, or could screw both of them over if it benefits him.
* WorthyOpponent
* XMakesAnythingCool
* YouFightLikeACow

!!Blackfire

->'''Voiced by''': HyndenWalch

Starfire's self-absorbed big sister. Cares only about her own comfort and power.

Powers And Abilities: Same as Starfire

* AloofBigSister
* AlphaBitch
* ArchEnemy: To Starfire.
* {{Badass}}
* CainAndAbel: The Cain to Starfire's Abel.
* ColorCharacter
* CoolBigSis: The other Titans think of her as one of these... at first.
* DarkActionGirl
* EvilAllAlong
* EvilCounterpart: To Starfire.
* FemmeFatale
* FlyingBrick: Much like her sister.
* FlyingFirepower: Again, like Starfire.
* [[spoiler:HotMom: According to The New Teen Titans.]]
* InterspeciesRomance: The New Teen Titans shows her married to [[spoiler:Glgrdsklechhh]].
* MostCommonSuperpower
* NiceJobFixingItVillain: The ''ComicBook/TeenTitansGo!'' comic revealed she was the one who had given Starfire to the Gordanians as a peace offering to keep them from invading Tamaran. If you saw the episode "GO!", you can figure what happened after they left the planet.
* PurpleIsPowerful: She wears the same purple metal on her outfit as Starfire.
* SiblingYinYang: With Starfire.
* TheSociopath: Very evidently in both of her appearances.
* SurprisinglyGoodEnglish: Knowing both her FemmeFatale status and BizarreAlienBiology, she probably kissed a lot of boys in order to learn perfect English.
* UglyGuyHotWife: The New Teen Titans shows her married to [[spoiler:Glgrdsklechhh]].

!!Dr. Light

->'''Voiced by''': Rodger Bumpass

A mad scientist and would-be supervillain. Has great skill, but a crippling lack of common sense and a phobia of Raven.

Powers and Abilities: Holograms, force-fields, lazers, ect.

* BatmanColdOpen: Has come out on the recieving end of a couple of these.
* BigBadWannabe: His technology is actually quite powerful, and every so often he'll use it effectively, only to be shortly thereafter undone by his own ineptitude and/or his crippling phobia of Raven.
* TheChewToy
* HarmlessVillain: His threat level is considerably lower than other villains.
** NotSoHarmlessVillain: Proved that he wasn't so harmless in "Kole". Even in his first appearence, he held his own against the Titans, but didn't count on Raven's demonic powers.
* IneffectualSympatheticVillain
* LargeHam
* LightEmUp
* LightIsNotGood
* MadScientist
* NamesTheSame: He did ''not'' create VideoGame/MegaMan.
** Nor is he [[JusticeLeagueUnlimited a Japanese woman]].
* TooDumbToLive: He makes a flashy attack on an oil rig that the Titans can see from their ''home''. He may be a GadgeteerGenius with very powerful tech, but as Robin points out, when it comes to tactics he's just [[IncrediblyLamePun not very bright]].
* TookALevelInBadass: In "Kole".
* [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes Why Did It Have to Be Raven?]]: She can make him blue streaked and quivering with a word.

!!Killer Moth, Kitten, and Fang

->'''Killer Moth voiced by''': Thomas Haden Church, Marc Worden
->'''Kitten voiced by''': TaraStrong
->'''Fang voiced by''': Creator/WillFriedle

A MadScientist, his daughter, and her boyfriend. Scheme to take over the city. Would likely succeed if they had a better gimmick and Kitten wasn't a spoiled brat. As is, they're comic-relief villains.

Powers and Abilities: \\
Killer Moth: Flight, genetic engineering\\
Kitten: None\\
Fang: Giant spider for a head, which allows him to crawl on walls and shoot webbing and paralyzing poison.

* AdaptationalBadass: Arguably, this is the most threatening incarnation of Killer Moth throughout the various DC Universes and since he's still comic relief, that's saying something.
* AlphaBitch: Kitten.
* BigBadWannabe: Killer Moth.
* BlondesAreEvil: Kitten.
* BrattyTeenageDaughter: Kitten to Killer Moth.
* DaddysLittleVillain: Kitten doesn't surpass her father in ambition, but in conniving and {{jerkass}}-ness. This is a girl who came up with an elaborate scheme putting the entire city in danger of being eaten alive by giant bugs to get her boyfriend to take her back.
* EvilPlan: The whole 'conquer the city' thing was Moth's idea. Kitten just wanted a date to the prom for OperationJealousy.
* GiantSpider: Fang. Or rather, his head.
* HalfHumanHybrids: If Killer Moth's appearance isn't solely from a costume, then Kitten, though she doesn't look it in the slightest. Also, Fang has a GiantSpider for a head.
* InterspeciesRomance: If you don't count ''Trouble In Tokyo'', Kitten and Fang (though nobody can be completely sure on what either of them actually are) are the only
characters in the show who kiss onscreen.
* MacabreMothMotif
* MadScientist: Killer Moth, again.
* OutlawCouple: Kitten and Fang are seen together in a cameo driving in "Revved Up".
* SpoiledBrat: Kitten.
* TookALevelInBadass: Kitten takes one in her brief appearance in "Calling All Titans"; she gets to control moths and fight with a laser whip like her father.
* TookALevelInKindness: In Kitten's second-to-last appearance in the ''Go!'' comics, the Titans help her resolve some DaddyIssues she has with Killer Moth. She actually seems grateful, and in her final appearance, she's shown to be a civilian contact to the Titans on their communicators, indicating she at least respects them a little now.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Her appearance in "Calling All Titans" is left on a cliffhanger note for Starfire... and it's never seen how that's resolved or where Kitten went.
* WhipItGood

!!Malchior

->'''Voiced by''': Greg Ellis

A SealedEvilInACan dragon trapped in one of Raven's spellbooks, who tricked her into thinking he was a SealedGoodInACan (and falling in love with him) so she'd set him free.

Powers and Abilities: Flight, superhuman strength, impenetrable scales, fire breath, encyclopediac knowledge of magic, manipulative genius (all but the last two are when released only)

* AndIMustScream: His having been trapped in a book for a thousand years.
* BitchInSheepsClothing
* EvilBrit
* EvilSorcerer
* InstantAwesomeJustAddDragons
* MailerDaemon
* ManipulativeBastard
* NinjaPirateZombieRobot: A dragon [[EvilSorcerer Sorcerer]] SealedEvilInACan MailerDaemon who pretends to be a SealedGoodInACan.
* SealedEvilInACan: What he really is.
* SealedGoodInACan: What he pretends to be.
* WhiteHairedPrettyBoy: The human image he uses, apparently actually that
of the wizard who defeated him.

!!Mad Mod

->'''Voiced by''': Creator/MalcolmMcDowell

A humorously over-the-top EvilBrit MasterOfIllusion. Actually an old man, but uses holograms to appear young.

Powers and Abilities: MasterOfIllusion (tech-based), cane can cause VampiricDraining, "hypno-screens" induce MindControl

* BadassGrandpa: Averted, as Mad Mod is only a physical threat when he can suck out someone else's youth; everything else he does turns out to be either the result of machines he controls or purely fake.
* DiscoDan: "Mods" haven't been in fashion since the 1970s.
* EvilBrit: Played to the hilt for comedy purposes.
* EvilOldFolks
* LargeHam: Every word out of his mouth is loud and his actions fill the screen. [[SeriousBusiness "They're not "cookies", THEY'RE BISCUITS!"]]
* MadScientist: He ''did'' create all of his robots, hypno-screens, [[MasterOfIllusion illusion]] worlds, and [[VampiricDraining life draining]] tech after all. Though he seems less ''mad'' than bitter about his old age and envious of the Teen Titans for that reason.
* TheManBehindTheCurtain: He's actually a frail, pathetic old man hiding behind holograms to make himself seem young, cool, and awesome.
* MasterOfIllusion
* MindControl: Via his hypno-screens, which can induce effects as varied as reducing the victim to a mindless vegetable or [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking convince them that they're really British]].
* NonActionGuy
* OrcusOnHisThrone: In "Revolution".
* SadistTeacher: In "Mad Mod", his first appearance, when he traps the Titans in a VR school where EverythingIsTryingToKillYou.
* ShoutOut: ''Everything'' he does is a tribute to some aspect of British pop culture from Creator/MontyPython to YellowSubmarine.
** A more subtle ShoutOut is the fact that Mad Mod's debut episode featured brainwashing, which brings to mind [=McDowell's=] StarMakingRole in ''Film/AClockworkOrange''.
** He continues this trend on the New Teen Titans, wherein he references: DrWho, WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated, several character designs and redesigns of the Titans in the comic, PowerRangers, and MrT.
* VampiricDraining: To Robin in "Revolution".

!!The Amazing Mumbo

->'''Voiced by''': TomKenny

A mad magician with [[MagiciansAreWizards actual magical powers]]. Usually a nuisance, but can prove a real threat when properly motivated.

Powers and Abilities: Magic wand and hat allow for a variety of mystical affects.

* AchillesHeel: If his wand is snapped, he's rendered powerless (though he did acquire a new one at some point- presumably from wherever he got the first one).
* BalefulPolymorph: In "Bunny Raven", he turns all the Titans into animals except for Beast Boy, who gets turned into a lamp instead.
* CloudCuckoolander
* DimensionLord: Believe it or not; he's the abolute ruler of a tiny dimension that exists inside his hat, which is the main setting of "Bunny Raven".
* EvilSorcerer: If one played for comedy.
* {{Expy}}: Appears to be a blue [[{{Lidsville}} Horatio J. HooDoo]]. Makes sense, as TomKenny has played a [=HooDoo=] expy [[Series/MrShow before]].
* LargeHam: Whatever else he may be, Mumbo's a consumate showman who revels in his role.
* LaughablyEvil
* MagiciansAreWizards
* NiceHat: Wouldn't be Mumbo without a nice hat. His has a [[PhantomZone pocket dimension in it]].
* RealityWarper: Fairly low-level in the "real" world- in the world inside his hat, he's practically a PhysicalGod.
* VillainSong: "Master Of Your Fate"
** In the ''New Teen Titans'' shorts, he gets another called "Mayhem at First Sight."
** Interestingly enough, he's the only villain in the show to get one. In ''New Teen Titans'' shorts [[spoiler:Slade lampshades this by complaining he never gets a song]].
* WithGreatPowerComesGreatInsanity

!Control Freak

-->Voiced by: Alexander Polinsky

A geekish villain wannabe who is obsessed with TV, video games and everything else geek culture-related.

* ArchEnemy: Sees his relationship with the Titans as this. However, he's the only one to believe it.
* AscendedFanboy: Though a villainous version, it's quite obvious he's a big fanboy of the Teen Titans; the Titans East even lampshade it.
* AwesomeByAnalysis: He attempts this in his third appearance, where he reveals he has passed his time in jail analyzing the Titans' powers, then developping exactly the weapons and gadget required to counter their powers. Unfortunately for him, he comes back right when they're absent fighting the Brotherhood of Evil, leaving to replace them the Titans East, whose powers and weaknesses don't match Control Freak's gadgets at all. He then takes some time to analyze the Titans East's weaknesses, and devises new challenges based around them.
* BigBadWannabe: He believes himself to be the Titans' archenemy and tries ''hard'' to be one, but they barely aknowledge him as a villain, and don't even bother putting him on their enemies' list (despite Puppet King, a one-shot villain, being listed on it).
* CardCarryingVillain: He clearly enjoys the whole super-villain thing.
* EvilRedhead
* FatBastard
* GadgeteerGenius: He's smart enough to develop machines that grant him limited RealityWarping and allow him to enter the realm of television.
* {{Geek}}: Big time.
* LargeHam: Almost as much as Mumbo.
* NotSoDifferent: He and Beast Boy have almost identical tastes in popular entertainment. This makes ''Beast Boy'' the GenreSavvy one when it comes to battling Control Freak.
* NotSoHarmlessVillain: He's actually quite the competent GadgeteerGenius who can turn out to be a real threat, as shown in his second appearance and during his second confrontation with the Titans East.
* OccidentalOtaku
* TranslatorMicrobes: Uses it on Màs y Menos to understand what they were saying.

!Cinderblock, Plasmus, and Overload

-->Voiced By: Creator/DeeBradleyBaker (all three), Creator/JamesArnoldTaylor (Overload, first appearance)

Three supervillains who frequently work for Slade or other supervillains, providing the muscle for whatever schemes their bosses currently have in the works.

* BlessedWithSuck: Whenever Plasmus’s human form is awake he immediately turns into his mindless, BlobMonster form.
* BlobMonster: Plasmus.
* TheBrute: All of them.
* CoDragons: For Slade they function, at the very least, as [[TheBrute Co-Brutes]], with whomever Slade’s newest apprentice is being the actual [[TheDragon Dragon]].
* EnergyBeing: Overload seems to be a computer chip with a body made of electricity.
* [[spoiler:FusionDance]]: [[spoiler:All three of them are apparently capable of merging into one being called Ternion]].
* TragicMonster: Plasmus’s human form. From his only speaking appearance he seems like a regular guy, horrified of being awake because he knows people will get hurt when that happens.
* TheVoiceless: Cinderblock. [[spoiler:When Jericho possesses Cinderblock, making Cinderblock speak is the first thing that blows his cover in front of the other villains]].
** Overload spoke in his first appearance, but not in any subsequent ones.

! Kardiak

--> Voiced By: Creator/DeeBradleyBaker

A large robotic heart which can disguise itself as other machines, allowing it to get close to children so it can abduct them.

* ChildEater
* CombatTentacles
* {{Flight}}
* MechanicalMonster
* NamesToRunAwayFrom/KNames
* PullingThemselvesTogether: Raven rips it apart, but it reassembles after a few days.
* ThingsThatGoBumpInTheNight: It preys on children, [[NothingIsScarier and we never learn why]].
* VoluntaryShapeshifting
* XtremeKoolLetterz

[[/folder]]

[[folder:Doom Patrol]]

!!'''Mento'''
->Voiced by: XanderBerkeley

The leader of the Doom Patrol and the go-to nemesis for the Brain.

* ArchEnemy: His venom towards the Brain is especially palatable.
* CharacterDevelopment: After spending the better part of two episodes being an unwavering dictator, he finally relents after Beast Boy chews him out over his command style. Best shown when he says "I'll let it slide" after seeing the Titans join the fight against the Brain against his orders in the finale of the season five premier.
* DistressedDude: Along with Negative Man for Homecoming Part 1.
* GeneralRipper: A rare ''heroic'' example, and easily one of the more self-destructive out there. His entire character arc centers around relentlessly pursuing a vendetta against his long-time nemesis, which almost results in the destruction of his team.
* GrumpyBear: He's rather sour, due to his intense focus on finishing the mission, though he gets better.
* KnightTemplar: A mild case, but in his defense...
-->'''Cyborg''': [The Brain]'s targeting the Tower!
-->'''Raven''': Not just the Tower. He's targeting the entire ''city''.
-->'''Mento''': Now you see why I have such a problem with this guy?
* LeeroyJenkins: Which nearly screws his entire team over. Beast Boy chews him out over it, which gets him to relent.
* MrExposition: Homecoming Part 2 starts off with Mento explaining the Brotherhood of Evil in full.
* ShadowArchetype: Mento takes Robin's obsession with "the mission" and churns it up to borderline KnightTemplar levels. Extremism aside, the biggest difference is that, while Robin is more focused on winning, Mento seemed more concerned about just ''doing'' the mission.
* TheUnfettered: He puts the mission above everything else. It isn't until he's right at the edge of death that he calms down.

!!'''Robot Man'''

The cyborg teammate, whose real name is Cliff. Not known for strategy.

* DumbMuscle: Raven makes fun of him over it.
-->'''Raven''': You sure he has a brain in there?
* LeeroyJenkins: "If he builds it, I'm gonna break it. That's the way we do things in the Doom Patrol."
* NotQuiteDead
* ShadowArchetype: Robot Man is a grumpier and [[LeeroyJenkins far more impulsive]] Cyborg, with brain waves as his only remaining 'organ'.

!!'''Negative Man'''

A mummy-esque man who uses his soul (presumably) to possess people.

* DeadpanSnarker: Quips as much as he can when given the chance.
* DistressedDude: Along with Mento for Homecoming Part 1.
* TheFaceless: Negative Man's face is covered in bandages, so you never see it.
* GrumpyBear: He talks as if he's perpetually bored, and coupled with his penchant for snark, he's the most likely member to voice his pessimism over their chances.
* MeaningfulName: His name's ''Negative'' Man and he's a [[DeadpanSnarker snarky]] GrumpyBear.
* NotQuiteDead: Somehow manages to survive his HeroicSacrifice ordeal.
* HeroicSacrifice: He uses his soul to cover for Beast Boy, Mento and Elasti-Girl, but he stays out of his body for so long that he fails to return to his body in time.
* ShadowArchetype: Negative Man is as [[DeadpanSnarker deadpan and snarky]] as Raven, but he seems to be more bored than dispassionate.
* TheStoic: Very low-key compared to everyone else.

!!'''Elasti-Girl'''
->Voiced by: Creator/TaraStrong

The only female member and the one with the best temperament of the group.

* DangerouslyShortSkirt: She always fights in a miniskirt.
* HeroicSacrifice: Holds onto a giant boulder that gets shot by a drone.
* MagicSkirt: Never manages to get a PantyShot, surprisingly.
* NamesTheSame: Elasti-Girl isn't to be mistaken for [[TheIncredibles that Elastigirl]].
* NotQuiteDead: Along with Robot-Man and Negative Man.
* ShipTease: With Mento.
* TeamMom: For Beast Boy.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: The HIVE]]

!!Brother Blood
->'''Voiced by''': JohnDiMaggio

Head of the HIVE in season three, and Cyborg's ArchEnemy. A powerful psychic with a flair for MindControl.

Powers And Abilities: MindControl, telekinesis, teleportation, superstrength, photographic memory, energy blasts. As a cyborg, gains all of Cyborg's powers as well.

* ArchEnemy: To Cyborg.
* ArcVillain: Somehow merges this with InterimVillain as well.
* BadassGrandpa: Blood's age is never explicitly stated, but if his physical appearance is anything to go by, he's at least in late middle-age. He's also one of the deadliest hand-to-hand combatants on the show.
* BigBad: Of season three.
* CardCarryingVillain
* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: He's last reported to be in jail and isn't even mentioned after the third season. He doesn't even get to join the Brotherhood of Evil.
* DiabolicalMastermind
* {{Doppelganger}}: He becomes obsessed with Cyborg to the point of wanting to be him. At first he just wants to dissect Cyborg to figure out why he can resist mind control, then he wants to steal Cyborg's technology to use it as a weapon, duplicates Cyborg's tech to create an army of robots, and finally he undergoes automation so that he can literally ''become'' Cyborg himself. It's very unsettling, to say the least.
* EvilMentor
* EvilCounterpart: Actively seems to become one for Cyborg.
* EvilOldFolks
* FlockOfWolves: He gets frustrated with how many times one of his students turn out to be a ReverseMole. "Was ''anyone'' at my school actually there to '''LEARN'''?"
* GlowingEyesOfDoom: They kick in whenever he's actively using his powers.
* HollywoodCyborg: Eventually.
* InterimVillain: Briefly replaces Slade as the go-to BigBad, and never shows up following his StoryArc, but his defeat indirectly led to the H.I.V.E Five getting formed, and eventually, [[spoiler: Jinx pulling a HeelFaceTurn.]]
* LargeHam: Done deliberately to contrast with [[TheStoic Slade]].
* LightIsNotGood
* ManipulativeBastard
* MaybeMagicMaybeMundane: In the comics, Blood was a cult-leading EvilSorcerer; here, the source of his abilities is more vague, but since he's never shown using any of the same trappings as the explicitly magical characters, it seems at least as likely that he's just a natural-born telepath.
* NewPowersAsThePlotDemands
* NotSoDifferent: To Cyborg, though he's the only one who takes it seriously.
* PickOnSomeoneYourOwnSize
* PsychicPowers
* RedEyesTakeWarning
* SinisterMinister: He certainly looks like one.
* SmugSnake

!!Jinx
->''"I'm bad luck. Good was never an option for me."''

->'''Voiced by''': LaurenTom, TaraStrong

Field leader of the HIVE. A minor RealityWarper who only creates bad luck. [[spoiler: Ultimately switches sides.]]

Powers And Abilities: Hex blasts which can cause bad luck or general destruction, acrobatic and martial-arts skills

* AffablyEvil
* AmbitionIsEvil: Subverted. The only member of the HIVE Five who has any ambition, and it's part of what triggers her [[spoiler:HeelFaceTurn]]
* BadPowersBadPeople: Debated and deconstructed when she met Kid Flash.
* BattleCouple: With Kid Flash.
* BlushSticker
* BrokenPedestal: Madam Rouge, after meeting her in person during "Lightspeed". [[spoiler: That plus Kid Flash's overtures equals HeelFaceTurn.]]
* CharacterizationMarchesOn: In the beginning, she wasn't shown to be that different from Gizmo and Mammoth. "Lightspeed" is when she really shows her distinction as being more passionate and ambitious.
* CompositeCharacter: A very unusual case. The basis of her powers comes from an obscure villain named Jinx from Adventure Comics (who is male), while her gender and role in opposing the Titans from the more well known villain sorceress named Jinx.
* CurtainsMatchTheWindow
* CuteBruiser[=/=]WaifFu: Slender and [[SheFu acrobatic]], but she still hits pretty hard.
* DarkActionGirl
* DatingCatwoman: With Kid Flash.
* [[spoiler:DefectingForLove]]
* TheDogBitesBack: [[spoiler: Madame Rouge should ''not'' have slapped Jinx around; It's part of the reason she pulled a HeelFaceTurn, as well as basically telling Madam Rouge to screw herself;]]
--->'''Jinx''': "I don't care who you are, no-one messes with me!"
* DudeMagnet: Three guys have been attracted to her over the course of the show (Cyborg, See-More and Kid Flash).
* EvilCounterpart: To Raven; both use dark magic, both have issues with their abilities, but where Raven (mostly) keeps them under control, Jinx seems to think that she's ''supposed'' to be as 'bad' as her powers are.
* [[spoiler:HeelFaceTurn: Lampshaded when she mockingly asks Kid Flash if he is trying to convert her and make her see the error of her ways. Ironically, that's exactly what happens.]]
* [[spoiler:HighHeelFaceTurn: The sole female of the HIVE Five group ends up joining the Titans in the end.]]
* HornedHairdo
* TheJinx: Has the superpower of making things go wrong, in other words she has weaponized this trope.
* [[spoiler:LoveRedeems]]
* NerdNanny
* OfficialCouple: With [[spoiler:Kid Flash]].
* [[OnlySaneMan Only Sane Girl]]: In the Hive Five. It's part of what drives her to [[spoiler: perform an HeelFaceTurn]].
* TheOtherDarrin: Most of her appearances were voiced by LaurenTom, her last appearance was voiced by TaraStrong.
* RedemptionPromotion[=/=]TookALevelInBadass: Goes from being a standard recurring villain to [[CurbStompBattle effortlessly beating her old team]], repeatedly being the only to seriously damage [[TheJuggernaut Madame Rouge]].
* PerkyGoth
* RaceLift: Was Indian in the original comics.
** Although it's impossible to tell what her race is here since it's never revealed if her chalk white face, shoulders, and hands is due to heavy makeup, is some side effect of her powers, or if that's just [[EvilAlbino her natural skin color.]]
* RoseHairedGirl
* SheFu
* SlasherSmile: In her early appearances.
* SwissArmySuperpower: Her "luck based powers" seem to be able to allow her to do anything she wants.
* [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair You Gotta Have Pink Hair]]

!!Gizmo

->'''Voiced by''': LaurenTom, TaraStrong

The HIVE's resident genius, at least as smart as Cyborg but with a thoroughly unlikable personality.

Powers And Abilities: GadgeteerGenius, plus a suit that contains his latest weapons and gadgets.

* BaldOfEvil
* BrattyHalfPint
* ChildProdigy
* GadgeteerGenius
* GoshDangItToHeck: Gizmo's a ''master'' at this. He swears a mile a minute, but it's all childish swears. For example, he loves calling his opponents "barf brain" or "crud-muncher", accuses things he doesn't like of being "snot", and at one point he even swears, "What the ''hairball''?!" He uses this pseudo-swearing so often in his lines that he successfully gives off the same foul-mouthed impression that he'd give off if he were swearing for real.
* EvilCounterpart: To Cyborg in practice and Beast Boy in personality.
* ForScience
* MonochromaticEyes
* TheOtherDarrin: Most of his appearances were voiced by LaurenTom, though his last two appearances were voiced by TaraStrong.
* SirSwearsALot: Of the UnusualEuphemism variety.
* SpiderLimbs: Can make them emerge from his backpack.
* UnusualEuphemism: Technically Gizmo actually swears quite a great deal for his age; it's just that his swearing tends to be words like "snot" or "crud".

!!Mammoth

->'''Voiced by''': Creator/KevinMichaelRichardson

The HIVE's muscle.

Powers And Abilities: Super strength

* BeardOfEvil
* BigEater
* TheBrute
* DumbMuscle
* EvilCounterpart: To Cyborg (Big guy who's a BigEater) and Beast Boy (The team's muscle).
* MonochromaticEyes
* SuperStrength
* VillainHasAPoint: Like any other villain, Mammoth trash-talks heroes, but, ''just one'' of those times, he's actually right in one of his critiques. When Kid Flash was messing with the Hive FIVE in "Lightspeed", one of Kid Flash's tricks was to take a sandwich from Mammoth as he passed him... but Mammoth shouts that he actually ''paid'' for the sandwich!

!!Billy Numerous

->'''Voiced by''': JasonMarsden

A metahuman criminal who can create copies of himself. Joins the HIVE Five in their second appearance.

Powers And Abilities: creates copies of himself, including whatever he's holding

* AmericanAccents: Speaks with a southern accent.
* CanonForeigner
* ConservationOfNinjitsu: A strange example that both subverts ''and'' plays the trope straight. The subversion is that whenever Billy Numerous creates his clones, they are ''all'' as dangerous as the original one is. But it's played straight in that he does in fact have a "cap" on how many "original strength" clones he can create: if he is tricked into making too many clones at once beyond that "cap", as the Teen Titans manage to do once by creating holograms of themselves to trick him into making too many clones to fight them all, eventually the clones will all become weak and Billy Numerous can easily be defeated.
* EarlyBirdCameo: Like the other HIVE Five members below, he appears in the crowd shots of “Deception” before becoming a minor villain.
* MesACrowd: His entire gimmick, and in his hands it's a surprisingly dangerous one (he even manages to give Kid Flash a tough fight with it).
* SendInTheClones
* ZergRush: By virtue of his many clones.

!!See-More

->'''Voiced by''': Creator/KevinMichaelRichardson

A HIVE member, not really a bad sort when not "working".

Powers And Abilities: Helmet includes various powers and weapons, all with an eye theme.

* AllLoveIsUnrequited: "Lightspeed" hints he has a crush on Jinx, but the poor guy didn't stand a chance against [[DatingCatwoman Kid Flash]].
* BlackAndNerdy
* CanonForeigner
* {{Cyclops}}
* DeflectorShields
* EarlyBirdCameo
* EyeBeams: As well as the ability to ''shoot actual eyeballs.''
* {{Flight}}: How often have you seen it done by ''swelling your eye into a balloon?''
* PowerPerversionPotential: He can see through your clothes among other things.
* ThoseTwoBadGuys: With Private (season 4) and Kyd (season 5).
* TokenMinority
* XRayVision

!!Private HIVE

A HIVE member.

->'''Voiced by''': GregCipes

Powers And Abilities: BadassNormal

* CanonForeigner
* EarlyBirdCameo
* ShieldBash
* SouthernFriedPrivate
* SpannerInTheWorks: A villainous example, once. Specifically, in "Titans Together", Beast Boy's original plan was for Jericho to possess Cinderblock and then have Cinderblock escort the Titans as "prisoners". The possession part worked, which is how they found out the Brotherhood of Evil's base was in Paris... but Private HIVE messes up the "escort inside the base" part when he praises Cinderblock for making a nice catch, causing Jericho-as-Cinderblock to say "Thanks" and thus cause Private HIVE to realize something is wrong since normally, Cinderblock can't talk.
** [[FridgeLogic Of course Jericho doesn't talk normally either.]] What with being mute and all.
* ThoseTwoBadGuys: With See-More.
* ThrowingYourShieldAlwaysWorks

!!Kyd Wykkyd

A mysterious HIVE member.

Powers And Abilities: Teleportation, passing through walls, speculated to be psychic.

* BlackCloak
* CanonForeigner
* EarlyBirdCameo
* HiddenDepths / NotSoAboveItAll: Calm, quiet, and focused in a fight. Didn't hesitate to join in on building a pillow fort.
* IntangibleMan: The selective variation.
* TheQuietOne
* TheSpeechless
* TheStoic
* TeleportCloak
* TeleportSpam: He annoys Kid Flash with this to the point of driving Kid Flash to remark that someone should put a bell on Kyd Wykkyd.
* ThoseTwoBadGuys: With See-More.
* VillainTeleportation
* TheVoiceless
* XtremeKoolLetterz: Why else would he have a name like this?

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[[folder: The Brotherhood of Evil]]

!!The Brain

->Voiced by: Glenn Shadix

Leader of the Brotherhood, BigBad of season five. [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin A disembodied brain]].

Powers And Abilities: Chessmaster and GadgeteerGenius.

* ArchEnemy: To Mento. Beast Boy also comes to consider him an ArchEnemy across the course of season five, but it's one sided- Brain has no respect for him whatsoever, and seems only marginally aware of who he is.
* BigBad: Of Season Five.
* BrainInAJar: Obviously.
* CardCarryingVillain
* TheChessmaster
* DangerouslyGenreSavvy
* DiabolicalMastermind
* EvilGenius
* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: He's a BrainInAJar.
* FailedASpotCheck: What eventually causes his plans to unravel. He coordinates a humongous assault against the Titans, Titans East, and Honorary Titans, choosing a supervillain or two to take on each hero. Only some of the supervillains he chooses succeed in beating the heroes they're matched against, however: Beast Boy manages to beat the Kardiak Monster as well as Brain's robot drones, Pantha beats both Atlas and Adonis, Jericho beats both Fang and Private HIVE, Herald beats both See-More and Warp, and Mas manages to escape Cinderblock and Johnny Rancid because they only noticed Menos in the rubble of their attack. Furthermore, Cyborg recovers from the hole Mammoth knocked him into, Billy Numerous and Gizmo never manage to capture Kole or Gnarrk, Brain failed to send anyone after Red Star, Raven manages to escape Psimon's portal that Kyd Wykkyd knocked her into, Starfire manages to get away from Kitten and Killer Moth, and Bumblebee manages to recover from Angel and Punk Rocket knocking her out of the sky. Needless to say all of these people show up to screw Brain over and unfreeze the heroes he did manage to capture, which Brain would have seen coming if he had bothered to keep as careful track of ''his villains'' as he did of the heroes.
* FatalFlaw: It never occurs to him that any of his plans could ever ''fail'' because he's too convinced of his own genius, so if any do, he's caught off-guard and without a backup plan, forcing him to improvise, which he's not very good at doing.
* MachineMonotone
* MadScientist
* NonActionBigBad: For reasons that should be obvious.
* ObviouslyEvil: It's in his organization's name, for crying out loud.
* RedEyesTakeWarning: The eyes on his life-support pod glow red when he's accessing his technology, and when he just wants to be intimidating.

!!Monsieur Mallah

->Voiced by: Glenn Shadix

The Brain's Dragon. An intelligent gorilla with a French accent.

Powers And Abilities: Genius level intellect, superstrength, skill with many weapons.

* BattleButler
* TheDragon: To the Brain.
* EverythingsBetterWithMonkeys
* GadgeteerGenius: Seems to make most of the stuff Brain designs.
* GeniusBruiser
* IntellectualAnimal
* TalkingAnimal

!!Madame Rouge

->'''Voiced by''': HyndenWalch

The Brotherhood's enforcer. An incredibly powerful shapechanger with a Russian accent.

Powers and Abilities: VoluntaryShapeshifting into anything she can imagine, abilitly to mimic voices, indestructibility

* TheBaroness
* TheBrute: She's clever, but relies on force more than any other member of the Brotherhood.
* DarkActionGirl
* GeniusBruiser
* HeroKiller
* HuskyRusskie
* LightningBruiser: Besides being NighInvulnerable, she can ''catch'' [[SuperSpeed Kid Flash]] and knock him through concrete.
* NighInvulnerable: She's shown to be pretty much impossible to kill.
* PlayingAgainstType: Hard to believe she's played by HyndenWalch.
* PsychoForHire
* [[RubberMan Rubber Woman]]
* SpyCatsuit: In her default form.
* VoluntaryShapeshifting

!!General Immortus

->'''Voiced by''': XanderBerkeley

The Brotherhood's strategist. An immortal military genius. Seldom speaks.

Powers And Abilities: Immortality, genius-level intellect.
* AgeWithoutYouth: Only less extreme in this iteration of the character.
* {{Immortality}}: It's in his ''name''. Although it's unclear what ''kind'' of immortality he has, it's implied to be CompleteImmortality.
** LivingForeverIsAwesome: You don't see him complaining about seeing the same basic battles over and over again. He's SeenItAll and thus has a leg up on every other strategist alive.
*** He says it himself:
-->'''The Brain''': Persistent bunch, aren't they?
-->'''Immortus''': Persistent, yes. But not immortal.
* PuttingOnTheReich
* ReallySevenHundredYearsOld: More like really ''thousands'' of years old, if his flashback montage is accurate. He refers to ''SunTzu'' as one of his best students, so that pretty much seals the deal.
* TheStrategist

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-->Voiced By: Creator/DeeBradleyBaker (all three), JamesArnoldTaylor (Overload, first appearance)

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-->Voiced By: Creator/DeeBradleyBaker (all three), JamesArnoldTaylor Creator/JamesArnoldTaylor (Overload, first appearance)
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*** The above quote serves as a MythologyGag, because in the first issue of ''The New Teen Titans'' (by Marv Wolfman/George Perez in 1980), when we're first introduced to Cyborg and Raven, we get this [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming exchange]]...

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*** The **The above quote serves as a MythologyGag, because in the first issue of ''The New Teen Titans'' (by Marv Wolfman/George Perez in 1980), when we're first introduced to Cyborg and Raven, we get this [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming exchange]]...
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*** The above quote serves as a MythologyGag, because in the first issue of ''The New Teen Titans'' (by Marv Wolfman/George Perez in 1980), when we're first introduced to Cyborg and Raven, we get this [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming exchange]]...

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*** The ***The above quote serves as a MythologyGag, because in the first issue of ''The New Teen Titans'' (by Marv Wolfman/George Perez in 1980), when we're first introduced to Cyborg and Raven, we get this [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming exchange]]...
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