History WMG / TeenTitans

29th Mar '16 4:58:23 PM CaptainMegaDong
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**** We're all going to hell for even discussing this.
29th Mar '16 4:49:03 PM CaptainMegaDong
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*** It might also have something to do with the fact that (since this Robin is Dick Grayson) English is like, his second or third language. True, he's been speaking it fluently for a long time and is clearly very comfortable with it, but the language transfer might have gotten the best results out of his first language, and progressively more garbled for the rest. So Starfire might be able to speak Romani like she's been doing it her whole life, but English is more awkward for her, due to it being more awkward for Robin. He's just had longer to smooth out the bumps. Not to mention that if you're the adopted kid of a billionaire and constantly dealing with American high society, he probably cleaned up his english really fast to avoid harrasment, whereas Starfire is an extremely powerful alien superhero that flies, and mostly interacts with her team. If anyone bothers her over questionable english, they probably regret it very, very quickly.
29th Jan '16 12:23:39 PM StormC
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Robin: 16/17/18. He has a motorcycle he drives by season 2 and he moved to Jump City to live by himself, so he likely had some sort of way to get around (driver's license).
Beast Boy: 13/14/15. He would likely be 13 at the start if they wanted to name their team "Teen" Titans. Otherwise, he's demonstrated himself as the youngest of the group. Terra is likely the same age.
Cyborg: 17/18/19. Cyborg is generally portrayed as the oldest; Robin says that Cyborg is "old enough to take care of himself" in season 3, implying he's already a legal adult. Cyborg mentioned that because of his accident he never finished high school, so it's possible that he dropped out by the time he was 17.
Raven: 14/15/16. As it's been discussed before, Raven's birthday in the show is likely her 16th birthday. Besides that, she seems somewhat young, but wise beyond her years, and at least older than Beast Boy.
Starfire: 15/16/17. By far the most difficult Titan to pin down the age of, but she usually treats Robin as her senior and someone to look to for guidance. Her lack of benchmarks and Tameranian biology make her age pretty vague overall and could be just about anything, but she is younger than Cyborg and most likely older than Beast Boy.

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* Robin: 16/17/18. He has a motorcycle he drives by season 2 and he moved to Jump City to live by himself, so he likely had some sort of way to get around (driver's license).
* Beast Boy: 13/14/15. He would likely be 13 at the start if they wanted to name their team "Teen" Titans. Otherwise, he's demonstrated himself as the youngest of the group. Terra is likely the same age.
* Cyborg: 17/18/19. Cyborg is generally portrayed as the oldest; Robin says that Cyborg is "old enough to take care of himself" in season 3, implying he's already a legal adult. Cyborg mentioned that because of his accident he never finished high school, so it's possible that he dropped out by the time he was 17.
* Raven: 14/15/16. As it's been discussed before, Raven's birthday in the show is likely her 16th birthday. Besides that, she seems somewhat young, but wise beyond her years, and at least older than Beast Boy.
* Starfire: 15/16/17. By far the most difficult Titan to pin down the age of, but she usually treats Robin as her senior and someone to look to for guidance. Her lack of benchmarks and Tameranian biology make her age pretty vague overall and could be just about anything, but she is younger than Cyborg and most likely older than Beast Boy.
29th Jan '16 12:22:48 PM StormC
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[[WMG: The Titans' Ages]]

Raven told Terra in season 2 that it took her a year until she stopped hating Beast Boy. Knowing Raven, she was probably exaggerating, but let's run with her premise and say the events of "Go!" take place a year before the first season (in which we see as soon as episode 3 that Raven comforts Beast Boy when he's upset). The first four seasons are 52 episodes, so we can say on average each episode accounts for a week of time passing, so there are three points where the characters are different ages: Go!/Start Of Season 1/Start Of Season 5:

Robin: 16/17/18. He has a motorcycle he drives by season 2 and he moved to Jump City to live by himself, so he likely had some sort of way to get around (driver's license).
Beast Boy: 13/14/15. He would likely be 13 at the start if they wanted to name their team "Teen" Titans. Otherwise, he's demonstrated himself as the youngest of the group. Terra is likely the same age.
Cyborg: 17/18/19. Cyborg is generally portrayed as the oldest; Robin says that Cyborg is "old enough to take care of himself" in season 3, implying he's already a legal adult. Cyborg mentioned that because of his accident he never finished high school, so it's possible that he dropped out by the time he was 17.
Raven: 14/15/16. As it's been discussed before, Raven's birthday in the show is likely her 16th birthday. Besides that, she seems somewhat young, but wise beyond her years, and at least older than Beast Boy.
Starfire: 15/16/17. By far the most difficult Titan to pin down the age of, but she usually treats Robin as her senior and someone to look to for guidance. Her lack of benchmarks and Tameranian biology make her age pretty vague overall and could be just about anything, but she is younger than Cyborg and most likely older than Beast Boy.
14th Jan '16 1:47:49 PM SirHandel3
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* Not necessarily. Since TT is in it's own continuity that does not necessarily reflect other DC canons, it's all fair game. We only get one "shot" of Batman's face in the tie-in comic, and it's covered with a mask with whited-out lenses that may possibly be hiding a missing eye and scar...

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* Not necessarily. Since TT is in it's its own continuity that does not necessarily reflect other DC canons, it's all fair game. We only get one "shot" of Batman's face in the tie-in comic, and it's covered with a mask with whited-out lenses that may possibly be hiding a missing eye and scar...
28th Dec '15 12:01:13 PM Anddrix
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[[WMG: Slade is DoctorDoom]]

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[[WMG: Slade is DoctorDoom]]Doctor Doom]]
18th Nov '15 2:57:33 PM RookEncounte
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[[WMG: Raven was jealous of Beast Boy's relationship with Terra, not the other way around.]]
Raven and Terra were NotSoDifferent when it came to their powers and fears- Raven has to meditate ''every day'' to control her powers, or, like Terra, they go haywire. Terra could easily stand for what Raven might have been like if she hadn't have had any training from Azarath or befriended the Titans. Raven was mistrustful of Terra because she knew straight away how dangerous Terra was- because they are alike. Maybe Raven could have talked to Terra about her powers, but since the others were all over Terra, she never got much chance. Later on, Raven grew resentful that Terra had seemingly mastered her powers without her help while Raven was still stuck meditating. Terra points out during their catfight, "Were you jealous they liked me better than you?" Beast Boy was devastated by Terra's betrayal, but Raven could easily have been as well, since the two of them were both scared of being left alone and friendless, knowing they were destined to destroy everything they cared about. Terra's sacrifice at the end of "Aftershock" wasn't wholly dissimilar to Raven preparing to be Trigon's vessel in "The End."



[[WMG: Raven was jealous of Beast Boy's relationship with Terra, not the other way around.]]
Raven and Terra were NotSoDifferent when it came to their powers and fears- Raven has to meditate ''every day'' to control her powers, or, like Terra, they go haywire. Terra could easily stand for what Raven might have been like if she hadn't have had any training from Azarath or befriended the Titans. Raven was mistrustful of Terra because she knew straight away how dangerous Terra was- because they are alike. Maybe Raven could have talked to Terra about her powers, but since the others were all over Terra, she never got much chance. Later on, Raven grew resentful that Terra had seemingly mastered her powers without her help while Raven was still stuck meditating. Terra points out during their catfight, "Were you jealous they liked me better than you?" Beast Boy was devastated by Terra's betrayal, but Raven could easily have been as well, since the two of them were both scared of being left alone and friendless, knowing they were destined to destroy everything they cared about. Terra's sacrifice at the end of "Aftershock" wasn't wholly dissimilar to Raven preparing to be Trigon's vessel in "The End."
18th Nov '15 2:51:31 PM RookEncounte
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* Somewhat contradicted by how Raven is able to beat him in "The End, Part III", since it's her drawing the power ''from'' him that makes it able to hurt him.
18th Nov '15 2:49:23 PM RookEncounte
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[[WMG: Raven is [[ArmoredClosetGay heavily in the closet]] or [[BiTheWay bi]]. ]]
* Raven was clearly jealous about Beast Boy and Terra's relationship, but couldn't act on it since giving into her emotions is dangerous, and yet even when Terra is out of the picture doesn't so much as say anything to Beast Boy to indicate that she has any feelings for him. It's definitely possible that she had a crush on Terra, not BB.
* When she makes the emotional link with Robin, she feels and is totally alright with, his love for Starfire, but at the same does at no point before or after does she play ShipperOnDeck; maybe she just liked have a "justified" reason to have a crush on another girl that she could reason "was someone else's emotions".



* {{Jossed}}: Raven and Beast Boy are an official couple in the newer comic series. Doesn't mean she doesn't go both ways...

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** When she makes the emotional link with Robin, she feels and is totally alright with, his love for Starfire, but at the same does at no point before or after does she play ShipperOnDeck; maybe she just liked have a "justified" reason to have a crush on another girl that she could reason "was someone else's emotions".
* In alternative continuity, {{Jossed}}: Raven and Beast Boy are an official couple in the newer comic series. Doesn't mean she doesn't go both ways...
18th Nov '15 2:42:59 PM RookEncounte
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* Her [[BizarreAlienBiology Bizarre Demon Biology]] may mean it only happens once a year or less, the first of which was what provided Trigon the chance to break through.


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[[WMG: Raven is [[ArmoredClosetGay heavily in the closet]] or [[BiTheWay bi]]. ]]
* Raven was clearly jealous about Beast Boy and Terra's relationship, but couldn't act on it since giving into her emotions is dangerous, and yet even when Terra is out of the picture doesn't so much as say anything to Beast Boy to indicate that she has any feelings for him. It's definitely possible that she had a crush on Terra, not BB.
* When she makes the emotional link with Robin, she feels and is totally alright with, his love for Starfire, but at the same does at no point before or after does she play ShipperOnDeck; maybe she just liked have a "justified" reason to have a crush on another girl that she could reason "was someone else's emotions".
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