History ComicBook / Batgirl2000

21st Oct '15 9:10:40 PM synthetique
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* DaddysGirl: Both with her biological father David and her adoptive father Batman.

* ShipTease: With Superboy, and occasionally Robin. Once in a blue moon with her eventual successor.
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* ShipTease: With Superboy, and occasionally Robin. Once in a blue moon with her eventual successor.successor. A number of issues hint at romantic feelings for Bruce, which is awkward when coupled with the fact that he's her adoptive father.
25th Jul '15 5:43:07 PM RallyBot2
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Cassandra Cain had been raised by her father, notorious assassin David Cain, in complete language deprivation. She was never spoken to or taught to speak or read, and as such became adept at interpreting body language, able to deduce complex thoughts and emotions from minute movements. This made her an almost unmatchable fighter, since she could predict where you would strike before you began to move, but also made her completely unable to communicate with other people. When her father had her commit her first murder ([[HarmfulToMinors at the age of six]]), she read the victims dying spasms and understood the horror of killing, and ran away. She wound up in Gotham during the "No Man's Land," when the city had been damaged by an earthquake and formally severed from support or authority of the United State government, and received tutoring and care from Oracle (Barbara Gordon), who had been the ''first'' Batgirl before she was crippled. When they learned of her history, Oracle and Batman adopted her into the Bat-Family and gave her a costume as Batgirl.
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Cassandra Cain had been raised by her father, notorious assassin David Cain, in complete language deprivation. She was never spoken to or taught to speak or read, and as such became adept at interpreting body language, able to deduce complex thoughts and emotions from minute movements. This made her an almost unmatchable fighter, since she could predict where you would strike before you began to move, but also made her completely unable to communicate with other people. When her father had her commit her first murder ([[HarmfulToMinors at the age of six]]), she read the victims dying spasms and understood the horror of killing, and ran away. She wound up in Gotham during the "No Man's Land," when the city had been damaged by an earthquake and formally severed from support or authority of the United State States government, and received tutoring and care from Oracle (Barbara Gordon), who had been the ''first'' Batgirl before she was crippled. When they learned of her history, Oracle and Batman adopted her into the Bat-Family and gave her a costume as Batgirl.

* NonchalantDodge: Since she can read where her enemies will strike, her most common method of deffense is simply moving away.
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* NonchalantDodge: Since she can read where her enemies will strike, her most common method of deffense defense is simply moving away.

-->'''Barbara Gordon''': [[ShmuckBait Of course, you can just beat up every mob in Gotham until you find the right one]]
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-->'''Barbara Gordon''': [[ShmuckBait [[SchmuckBait Of course, you can just beat up every mob in Gotham until you find the right one]]
11th Sep '14 3:29:21 AM K
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''Batgirl'', a DCComics monthly series published from 2000-2006, was the first ongoing series to star the character Comicbook/{{Batgirl}}, who had existed in the comics continuity since 1967. The starring character was Cassandra Cain, the [[LegacyCharacter third woman to hold the Batgirl mantle]], which she assumed in the BatFamilyCrossover ''ComicBook/BatmanNoMansLand''.[[note]]It should be mentioned the second Batgirl only had that identity for ''No Man's Land'', and [[TheRealRemingtonSteele Cassandra may have been created simply to have someone wearing the second Batgirl's costume]][[/note]]
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''Batgirl'', a DCComics monthly series published from 2000-2006, was the first ongoing series to star the character Comicbook/{{Batgirl}}, who had existed in the comics continuity since 1967. The starring character was Cassandra Cain, the [[LegacyCharacter third woman to hold the Batgirl mantle]], which she assumed in the BatFamilyCrossover ''ComicBook/BatmanNoMansLand''.[[note]]It should be mentioned the second Batgirl only had that identity for ''No Man's Land'', and [[TheRealRemingtonSteele Cassandra may have been created simply to have someone wearing the second Batgirl's costume]][[/note]] costume.]] According to Scott Peterson, who came up with the basic concept for Cassandra, he was told by his boss, after Oracle was established, "Create a new Batgirl. Or I will."[[/note]]
30th Apr '14 3:32:34 PM youstic
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* AchievementsInIgnorance: While fighting the Joker, Cassandra was initially losing. Cassandra is able to analyze fighting style and predict an opponent's next move, but the Joker has no fighting style - even he doesn't know his next move!!!
14th Apr '14 1:06:32 PM LentilSandEater
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* KickChick: To a minor extent. She punches a lot but she really favours high-kicks as well.

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* TheQuietOne: it's rare to get more than a sentence out of her in one go. She talks plenty in her internal monologues and she speaks more as time goes on.
8th Jan '14 4:25:23 PM LadyMomus
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''Batgirl'', a DCComics monthly series published from 2000-2006, was the first ongoing series to star the character Comicbook/{{Batgirl}}, who had existed in the comics continuity since 1967. The starring character was Cassandra Cain, the [[LegacyCharacter third woman to hold the Batgirl mantle]], which she assumed in the BatFamilyCrossover ''BatmanNoMansLand''.[[note]]It should be mentioned the second Batgirl only had that identity for ''No Man's Land'', and [[TheRealRemingtonSteele Cassandra may have been created simply to have someone wearing the second Batgirl's costume]][[/note]]
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''Batgirl'', a DCComics monthly series published from 2000-2006, was the first ongoing series to star the character Comicbook/{{Batgirl}}, who had existed in the comics continuity since 1967. The starring character was Cassandra Cain, the [[LegacyCharacter third woman to hold the Batgirl mantle]], which she assumed in the BatFamilyCrossover ''BatmanNoMansLand''.''ComicBook/BatmanNoMansLand''.[[note]]It should be mentioned the second Batgirl only had that identity for ''No Man's Land'', and [[TheRealRemingtonSteele Cassandra may have been created simply to have someone wearing the second Batgirl's costume]][[/note]]
24th Oct '13 1:31:54 AM A.vonZiggurat
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* ShipTease: With Superboy, and occasionally Robin.
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* ShipTease: With Superboy, and occasionally Robin. Once in a blue moon with her eventual successor.
24th Oct '13 1:27:43 AM A.vonZiggurat
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* TheCape: Hard to see from the costume, but she's got probably the strictest ThouShaltNotKill of any Bat-family member.
27th Jun '13 2:06:51 PM KingZeal
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* GlassCannon: When she lost her CombatClairvoyance, her skills suffered so much that Batman considered her ''not worthy of being an active crimefighter''. Her offense was as strong as ever, he noted, but without the ability to predict and dodge, her defense virtually non-existent.
26th Jun '13 11:42:19 AM KingZeal
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* SuperiorSuccessor: To Lady Shiva, [[TykeBomb by design.]]

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* TykeBomb: Was born and raised for the sole purpose of being the perfect fighter. It took well...until she actually killed someone.
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