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- Voiced by: Wil Wheaton
- Adaptational Villainy: This Aqualad doesn't care for the wellbeing of his marine friends, and seems to view them as expendable tools.
- The Beastmaster: Much like the original series he has full control over marine life, but unlike the original series he treats them like slaves.
- The Casanova: In this series, not only is he a Chick Magnet, but he also acts like he owns every girl who is attracted to him.
- Jerkass: In this series, he treats the sea animals as if they were servants to the point of feeding them to the sharks to impress Raven. And he later straight up tries to kill Raven and Beast Boy alongside Terra.
- Love at First Sight: To Raven, after she takes off the hood.
- Making a Splash: Has water based powers.
- Pirate: At the end of "Pirates".
- Tall, Dark, and Handsome
- Animal Motif: Of a bumblebee obviously.
- Continuity Cameo: She only seems to be present so the entire Titans East roster is full, but otherwise has no other purpose in the show.
- Flight: Never actually shown in this series, but she does have wings.
- Huge Schoolgirl: Compared to the other Titans East, she's very tall.
- Statuesque Stunner: Very tall for a girl.
- The Quiet One: Has yet to say a word.
Más y Menos
- Voiced by: Freddy Rodriguez
- Eloquent in My Native Tongue: They only speak Spanish.
- Kid Hero: The youngest heroes in the series, before the Powerpuff Girls showed up.
- Nice Guys: They believe in the true meaning of being as from the heart, unlike Robin, who says that it's just about taking all the glory.
- Phlebotinum Overload: They build up power while apart. If kept apart for too long, it has the potential to build beyond their ability to control it, which could destroy the Earth.
- Super Speed: Their superpower.
- Supreme Chef: Both of them when it comes to Spanish food.
- Tag Along Kid: They're very young compared to most other heroes.
- The Unfavorite: Menos, to Robin because Menos = Negativity, meaning he'll only slow Más down.
- Wonder Twin Powers: Their super speed only works when they are in contact with each other.
- Adaptational Wimp: A fair bit more weaker than the usual Speedy. Considering Robin was able to take him down twice, when they were evenly matched in the original series, especially taking into account this version of Robin's own increased wimp factors.
- Divergent Character Evolution: Inverted, he's a lot more like Robin then before, including the same voice actor.
- Expressive Mask: Much like Robin.
- Identical Stranger: With the exception of the hair, Robin and Speedy are physically exactly the same. Robin is even able to perfectly disguise as Speedy by wearing his costume and a wig.
- Not So Different: To Robin. The original series joke of Speedy being a Robin clone is taken to ridiculous levels, to the point where his facial features look identical and both being voiced by Scott Meville with the same voice. In fact, Robin is even able to dress up and pass himself as Speedy with no issue.
- The Rival: To Robin in sidekicking, heroing and Starfire's affection.
- Trick Arrow: Though they aren't really shown in this series.
- Voiced by: Tara Strong
- Adaptational Dye Job: Usually a red head, here it's more orange.
- The Cameo: Like Batman, but not as often. She's shown up as a cameo more often than other characters on this list though.
- Happily Married: She becomes this to Nightwing in "Staring at the Future".
- Ms. Fanservice: Sometimes played up this way, if "Staring at the Future" and "Sidekick" is any indication.
- Role Reprisal: From Batman: The Animated Series.
- Sensual Spandex: Lampshaded by Starfire in "Sidekick" after she puts on Batgirl's costume, who then claims it's too tight, causing Robin to start drooling over her.
- Sexophone: Accompanies her presence in "Staring at the Future".
- Tiny Guy, Huge Girl: With Nightwing in "Staring at the Future", though it's more of a case of "Tiny Guy, Normal-Sized Girl".
- Voiced by: Khary Payton
- Abusive Parents: To some extent. Robin is absolutely terrified of him because he apparently punishes Robin corporeally.
- The Cameo: Both in pictures on the walls in Titans Tower, among other things, and has made a few quick gag appearances in person.
- Comically Serious: If he's not in the background with Commissioner Gordon Batman will likely show up and silently glare contrasting with the silliness of everyone else.
- Cool Car: The Batmobile. Batman has Robin's driver's license suspended after Robin crashes it.
- Gasshole: Always seems to be burping a lot.
- Heroes Gone Fishing: With Commissioner Gordon.
- The Quiet One: He has, however, burped and can be heard laughing.
- Recurring Extra: Seems to be a Running Gag in the show.
- Suddenly Voiced: He finally gets voiced in season 4 by Khary Payton.
- Those Two Guys: With Commissioner Gordon.
- Fusion Dance: He can fuse any two animals together. His demonstration with Silkie and a rabbit led to him being rejected from joining the Titans.
- Loincloth: Cyborg makes fun of him for wearing one.
- Top-Heavy Guy: Like most of the "muscular" characters on this show.
- Unfortunate Names: Cyborg keeps on making fun of his name during his audition.
- The Voiceless
- Voiced by: Will Friedle
- The Ace: Robin accuses him of being a "one trick pony", due to only having his speed, but it turns out due to his speed allowing him to learn quickly he is able to rapidly amass as many talents as Robin has.
- Always Second Best: Robin always finds himself overshadowed by Kid Flash at everything.
- Characterization Marches On: In his second major appearance during "The Streak," he becomes much more petty and arrogant of a character as his feud with Robin heats up more, rubbing his wins in his rival's face and trying to emotionally and psychologically destroy Robin.
- Defeat by Modesty: When he first shows up, he steals the clothes Robin is wearing right off him, leaving him with nothing but a cape to cover himself with.
- Nice Guy: He's an decent guy to everyone but Robin and later on, Beast Boy.
- The Rival: Robin forms a bitter rivalry with him for being better at everything.
- Story-Breaker Power: As soon as he shows up, all of the Titans' problems get solved in a flash.
- Super Speed: Comes with being a speedster.
- Action Girl: Well they are the Powerpuff Girls.
- Badass Adorable: Young children with superpowers.
- Color-Coded for Your Convenience: Blossom is Red, Bubbles is Blue, and Buttercup is Green.
- Foil: To the Titans, being heroes who actually care about fighting crime unlike the incompetent Titans who mess around. Specifically each girl has a Titans counterpart. Bubbles to Starfire (ditzy nice girl), Blossom to Robin (Control Freak leader), Buttercup to Raven (tomboyish tough girl).
- Good Versus Good: The entire premise of the crossover. Though it's more of a case of "Good Versus Neutral" considering the Titans are barely heroes.
- Just a Kid: The Titans keeps treating them like babies.
- Straight Man: All three of them act as this to the Titans.
Tropes applying to all of them
- Always Someone Better: All of them seem to do better than the main Robin, much to his dismay.
- No Name Given: As with the other heroes in the series, their secret identities aren't revealed. But two of them resemble Tim Drake and Carrie Kelly, while the third resembles the Golden/Silver Age Robin (Dick Grayson). Possibly averted, as recent CN promos actually call them Tim Drake and Carrie Kelly. Classic Robin is still just called Classic Robin though.
- One Steve Limit: Hilariously averted. They're all called Robin, even by the other Robins.
- She's Got Legs: Carrie Kelly and Classic Robin.
- Camp Straight
- Gosh Dang It to Heck!
- Lighter and Softer
- My Future Self and Me: "Garage Sale" implies that this Robin is the past self of the "main" Robin.
- Samus Is a Girl: It's never brought up, but this Robin is actually a girl.
- The Smurfette Principle: The only female Robin on the team.
- Animal Eyes: Has orange eyes with cat-like pupils.
- My Instincts Are Showing: Would've been on the Titans, but she ate a worm while using the powers of an eagle and was rejected.
- Power Copying: Can copy the traits of any nearby animal.
- The Voiceless: The only sound she makes during her appearance was an eagle squawk.
- Butt-Monkey: While Jayna fights crime with the Titans, Zan gets stuck as a receptionist. He was only let on the team because Jayna needs him to use her powers.
- Half-Identical Twins: The only differences between them are their voices, their genders, and their physiques.
- Hartman Hips: Jayna has some curvy legs.
- Leotard of Power: Both of them wear one.
- Pointy Ears: Both of them sport elf-like ears.
- Replacement Goldfish: Joined the Titans after Beast Boy was fired for an episode and the Titans needed another animal hero. Cyborg initially felt this way toward Jayna but ultimately he and the team came to like having her.
- Skin Tone Sclerae: Purple eyes to match their purple skin
- What Kind of Lame Power Is Heart, Anyway?: The Titans are impressed with Jayna's animal transformations. Zan's water transformations? Not so much.
- Wonder Twin Powers: Well they are the Trope Namers.
- Aqualad voiced by: Khary Payton
- Adapted Out: The other founding members of Young Justice like Robin, Kid Flash, and Artemis are not present. Likely due to the fact that Robin and Kid Flash already exist in the Teen Titans continuity, so their Young Justice counterparts don't show up to avoid confusion.
- Art Shift: Kaldur, Superboy and Miss Martian retain their designs from Young Justice, just losing out on all the shading they had.
- Continuity Snarl: Robin is one of the founding members of Young Justice and a key character in the series, but since he's also a member of the Teen Titans in this series, his presence on the Young Justice team is removed.
- One Steve Limit: Aqualad is already an existing character in the Teen Titans franchise, being the superhero name of the Atlantean called Garth, but Kaldur'ahm also goes by this name. The issue was not present in Young Justice since Garth went by the name "Tempest" instead.
- "The Reason You Suck" Speech: Kaldur lays Robin out for their comical and nonsensical way of heroics, claiming that it's a mockery of what heroics should be.
- Role Reprisal: Aqualad from Young Justice, though it might also be because the others didn't speak and Aqualad's voice actor also voices Cyborg.
- Two Guys and a Girl: Their team is reduced to this, with Miss Martian being the only girl.
- The Voiceless: Superboy and Miss Martian.