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Royal Flush Gang

    In General 
  • Composite Character: This team is mixed with members of the Runaways from Young Justice, who are teenage and less stereotypical versions based on the original characters of Superfriends (with the exception of Virgil Hawkins/Static, who was a stand-in for Black Vulcan) with the DCAU version of Royal Flush Gang (with Colin Wilkes being an orignal addition in this story).
  • Heel–Face Turn: Originally the Royal Flush Gang were bad. Now they're just out to keep themselves safe. They're basically a superpowered team of misfit teenagers. They break a few minor laws (like theft and vandalism) in the course of survival and having fun, but they also are not ones to stand by and let a bad guy kill innocent people... but if another hero is engaged in a fight, they're also not likely to lend a hand (well... some of them will, like Colin or Tye, but Eddie, Asami, and Ace are less interested in doing good and more about keeping to themselves).

    Ace 
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Ace is a child with psychic powers. She was taken by Cadmus, along with other gifted children, to become weapons for justice until she was taken in by the Joker and recruited into the Royal Flush Gang.


  • Blessed with Suck: Her psychic abilities would make her one of the most powerful metahumans in the DC Universe. It also prevented her from ever having a normal life.
  • Break the Cutie: The traumatic training she endured at the hands of Cadmus did a number on her psyche. It's not a wonder her past with the organization is troublesome and personal to her.
  • Broken Ace: No pun intended. Her powers were introduced to her after she accidentally put her parents in a catatonic state and then she was robbed of her childhood because Cadmus wanted her to be a weapon for good.
  • Child Soldier: Ace was taken in and trained by C.A.D.M.U.S since she was a toddler to be used a Human Weapon.
  • Cool Big Sis: She treats the rest of the Royal Flush Gang like younger siblings, acting also as a Parental Substitute since she's the oldest in the group.
  • Dark Magical Girl: She is a powerful psychic who gives powers to criminals in the hopes that they will play with her.
  • Human Weapon: She was treated as such by Cadmus, which was a great deal of angst and resentment for her. Whatever the case, the girl was not disposed of and instead underwent a number of chemical treatments and surgical operations in an effort to not only make her powers more controllable, but to also harness her abilities into a weapon.
  • Hypnotic Eyes: Her power was originally limited to those with whom she made eye-contact, even by proxy such as a television broadcast.
  • Mind Rape: She has the ability to warp the perceptions of others (often leaving them catatonic, mentally unstable or psychologically damaged).
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: She was never given a name by Cadmus, and her birth name became lost along with her entire hometown.
  • Power Glows: When using her powers, her eyes glow golden.
  • Psychic Children: A crazy-powerful telepath and psychic who happens to be a teenage girl.
  • Spared by the Adaptation: Ace survives in the E27 version of the events of "Epilogue" and forms a heroic Royal Flush Gang.
  • Tranquil Fury: Even when she becomes enraged, she only frowns more while keeping a calm tone.

    King (Tye Longshadow) 
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An Apache boy and Jaime Reyes' friend who was raised by his adopted grandfather after his parents seemly abandoned him. After his meta gene is activated, he gains the power to project ectoplasmic energy, usually taking the shape of a large featureless human or massive animal-like shapes.


  • Berserk Button: He's Apache, so you better don't confuse him with any other type of Native American.
  • Dream Walker: Tye has what his grandfather refers to as a "sixth sense," allowing him to sense things that cannot be sensed by the normal five senses. This psychic awareness also infers knowledge upon him while he sleeps, taking the form of his deceased grandfather apparently.
  • Famous Ancestor: His ancestor Inukchuk was the adoptive father of Jonah Hex back in the Wild West.
  • Glass Cannon: On the one hand, his astral projection power gives him Super Strength. On the other hand, he shares any pain the projection would, which makes it a lot easier to disable him than one would think. Anything that can get through the projection can also potentially hit him, making him extremely vulnerable since he's a standard human otherwise.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: In spite of his cynical and angry nature, Tye is a caring and loyal friend.
  • Long-Haired Pretty Boy: He has long hair and delicate features.
  • Official Couple: He's dating Asami Koizumi.
  • Perpetual Frowner: About 99% of the time Tye wears a scowl on his face.
  • Psychic Block Defense: Like all psychics, Tye is vulnerable to certain psychic frequencies which can be traumatic to experience. Likewise, if he exerts himself too much, he may suffer from migraines, nosebleeds, or cerebral hemorrhaging.
  • Sizeshifter: By speaking the words "Inukchuk," Tye surrounds his body with ectoplasmic energy, usually taking the shape of a large featureless human or massive animal-like shapes. While this power is active, Tye's body is shielded inside the giant form in a state of stasis, with his senses experiencing the form's perspective. Some of his favorite forms have been a bear (for power), a wolf (for speed), and an eagle (for flight); but more often than not, he takes the form of a giant man for utility.
  • Synchronization: Harming his avatar causes him pain.
  • Tall, Dark, and Handsome: He's one the tallest of the Royal Flush Gang, has long, black hair, and is considered very handsome by his female fan base out-of-universe.
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    Queen (Asami Koizumi) 
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A Japanese girl who gains chi manipulation powers after her metagene is activated. She can't speak English (and at best a limited understanding when it's spoken to her), so doesn't say much.


  • Heart Is an Awesome Power: Her only power thus far is being able to launch herself with her chi powers. She makes the best of it.
  • Ki Manipulation: Asami is able to gather and channel the flow of her inner energy (chi, ki, or chakra), which covers her in a glowing aura. She can then project it outward to break through solid rock, to leap at a superhuman level and to soften landings, and the glowing aura also provides her some protection from rough landings and impacts.
  • Lady Swears-a-Lot: Turns out she can curse like a sailor when not pretending to not speak english.
  • Mismatched Eyes: Her right eye is green and her left eye is brown.
  • Official Couple: She's dating Tye Longshadow.
  • Sole Survivor: Of the car accident that killed her family.

    Jack (Eduardo Dorado Jr.) 
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An Argentinian who gains the power of teleportation after his metagene is activated. After Eddie decided to escape with the others on Cadmus when Joker afforded him the opportunity.


  • Brainy Brunette: The resident Smart Guy and has black hair.
  • Deadpan Snarker: He's well known for giving a lot of quips.
  • Fingerless Gloves: He wears a black pair of fingerless gloves.
  • Gratuitous Spanish: Being from Argentina, he occasionally adds Spanish to his sentences.
  • Messy Hair: Uncombed and spiky, black hair.
  • Teleportation: At first it was only himself but ultimately becomes capable of taking others. Eduardo developed the ability to instantly teleport himself effortlessly, to any location within his sightline. Under normal circumstances he is limited to only teleporting himself.
  • Teleport Spam: Uses it often, and combines it with Beam Spam after being subjected to raw Zeta Beam radiation that Eddie’s power was jumpstarted and his own body began creating that energy, enabling him to teleport within his line of sight.

    Ten (Colin Wilkes) 
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A protector of abused children. Colin was abandoned by his parents after they sold him to Cadmus and he was subject of countless tests and exposed to stressful experiments in an attempt to find a way to trigger his meta-gene in a manner which could be replicated. When the Joker broke into the Cadmus facility and freed the five test subjects, Colin was the most skeptical about trusting the Joker, but he went along with it to stay with his friends.


  • Adaptation Name Change: From Abuse to Ten from the Royal Flush Gang.
  • The Big Guy: His strength and size obviously make him this.
  • Healing Factor: Can heal from most injuries, and uses a bandaid because it makes him look cool.
  • Hulking Out: Turns into a muscular hulk, albeit it doesn't require any Unstoppable Rage and he's still in full control.
  • Parental Abandonment: His parents actually sold him to Cadmus labs.
  • Sleeves Are for Wimps: Because of his growth, his outfit doesn't come with sleeves.
  • Super Strength: As Ten, seemingly about to the same levels of Bane when he used Venom, but he's actually not too strong on par with Bane due to his inexperience with the Venom. He is ultimately capable of exceeding his limit, though not without temporarily losing control over himself.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Colin suffers from chiroptophobia, which is a fear of bats. Since he winds up fighting (then working with) Batman, this is especially ironic.

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Mystery Inc.

    In General 
  • Adaptational Badass: Fred is a former Army Ranger, Velma has doctorates on several fields, Daphne honed her martial art skills, Shaggy is an (unpolished) amateur sorcerer and Scooby Doo is his familiar.
  • Those Meddling Kids: The very first at doing this.

    Scooby-Doo 
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Scooby-Doo is a Great Dane who is the pet and best friend of novice mage Shaggy Rogers. Due to their cowardice, Scooby's natural animalistic instincts do rise to the surface, as they do when under the effects of Daphne's "Scooby Snacks" (brownie bites with a special herbal additive) or whenever Shaggy or Shaggy's friends are in real danger.


  • Big Friendly Dog: Scooby is not aggressive. He does not attack monsters. He runs away from them. It's easy to forget since he's so goofy, but Scoob's almost as big and heavy as a grown man.
  • Catchphrase: "Scooby-Dooby-Doo!" and "Yikes!"
  • Cowardly Lion: As usual, Shaggy's cowardice has passed on to him, but his braver instincts still shine through.
  • Extreme Omnivore: Thanks to Shaggy's magical enhancement, he can now eat all sorts of things normal dogs wouldn't be able to, like chocolate.
  • Food as Bribe: Scooby-Snacks made by Daphne are an excellent incentive to make him do spooky things.
  • Heroic Dog: While cowardly, he's still an earnest and loyal being who will never abandon his friends.
  • Prehensile Tail: He can use his tail to open locks.
  • Speech-Impaired Animal: All of Scooby's words invariably start with an 'R', except for when he says his name, and sometimes even then.
  • Team Pet: Of Mystery Inc., being their loyal dog.
  • Uplifted Animal: Once a normal Great Dane, Shaggy's dormant powers gave him the ability to talk and even briefly walk on two legs.

    Norville "Shaggy" Rogers 
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Scooby's best friend and a cowardly novice mage who's scared of monsters. Despite that, Shaggy is a member of Mystery, Inc.


  • Beatnik: He is part this and part-hippie, minimizing the usual beatnik stereotypes.
  • Big Eater: Here it is explained he eats so much because of his mystic powers.
  • Cannot Spit It Out: He can't bring himself to express his feelings towards Velma.
  • Catchphrase: "Zoinks!", which he screams whenever he's scared.
  • Cowardly Lion: As always he prefers not to be in scary situations, but always goes through with it for his friends (and Scooby-Snacks).
  • Idiot Savant: Despite his general cowardliness, Shaggy has picked up some interesting skills.
  • Let's Get Dangerous!: He'll do anything to help his dog, including braving his fears and using his powers.
  • Middle Child Syndrome: His parents neglected him in favor of his brothers, so he found comfort with his aunt and uncle.
  • Nervous Wreck: Usually. He's easily scared and tends to panic under pressure.
  • Non-Action Guy: He considers himself a 'Lover, not a Fighter'.
  • Perma-Stubble: His classical stubble beard which goes with his generally laid back attitude.
  • Related in the Adaptation: His aunt and uncle are Liz Tremayne and Chester Williams, who are part of The Swamp Thing's supporting cast.
    • His father Daniel Rogers is a former Corporal of the US Army and friend of Slade Wilson in Teen Titans.
    • His older brother Thomas Rogers is Little Boy Blue of the Blue Boys in Sensation Comics. His younger brother Brice Rogers is the hero Moonman of World's Finest.

    Fred Jones 
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A former U.S. Army soldier who would only be in the service for six years before he was discharged after his convoy was hit by a roadside IED and besieged by hostiles. Fred is the security expert and driver of the team.


  • Badass Driver: Serves as Mystery Machine's driver (though they do rotate out on long-hauls or whenever driving through the night).
  • Blue Is Heroic: As usual, Fred's outfit is mostly blue.
  • Catchphrase: "Let's Split Up, Gang!"
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Has blonde hair and is the heroic wheelman of Mystery Inc.
  • The Hero: A rare case since Daphne's the one in charge of the team, and he's actually proud of his role to his team. What was meant to be a temporary arrangement turned long-term when Fred's tactical and survivalist expertise helped Daphne's team out a few pickles, though it took Fred a while to accept monsters were real.
  • Iconic Item: He will defend his orange ascot vigorously against any fashion police who mock it.
  • Lampshade Hanging: The rest of Mystery Inc. point out his tendency of always splitting up.
  • Perma-Stubble: This incarnation of Fred has a noticeable stubble.
  • Tattoo as Character Type: This version of Fred has tattoos on his arms which represent his past as an Army Ranger.

    Daphne Blake 
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The leader of the team. She is known for her sense in style & fashion and her fiery red hair and has an on-and-off again relationship with her team's tactical expert Fred Jones.


  • Adaptational Job Change: Almost every version of Mystery Inc. has Fred as their leader. Here that role instead goes to Daphne.
  • Badass Normal: She's highly skilled martial artist of the group. She's also an expert markswoman, motorcyclist and has training in gymnastics and surfing.
  • Catchphrase: "Jeepers!" and "I bet I could change his mind with a Scooby Snack!". She also tends to say "Oh, Fred..." in a lot of different ways.
  • Fiery Redhead: She's a redhead and easily has the shortest temper of the entire team.
  • Girly Bruiser: She's black belt who can fight, while still being the pretty Girly Girl type.
  • Graceful Ladies Like Purple: Though she's not wearing her purple top, pink pantyhose, and purple shoes like other incarnations, her purple hat and jacket counts.
  • In-Series Nickname: She's called Daph, Danger-Prone Daphne, Red and Crush.
  • Intrepid Reporter: Her usual career. After graduating from college with a degree in journalism, Daphne got a job working on Roy Raymond, Jr's television program "Impossible... But True" where she became a fan-favorite paranormal investigative correspondent. For this assignment, Daphne had to learn a wide range of skills, from physical activities like spelunking, parachuting, and diving; to more cerebral disciplines such as Native American history, occult lore, and forensic anthropology.
  • The Leader: Of the Mystery Inc.
  • Plucky Girl: She is trusting, enthusiastic, and kind, and at times lovestruck.
  • Related in the Adaptation:
    • Her grandfather was John Blake Jr., making her great-niece of Edward Blake/The Comedian and Zinda Blake/Lady Blackhawk, as well as second cousin of Jade Nguyen and Artemis Crock.
    • Her siblings are Yvonne Blake, Walking Shadow in the Pre-Crisis comics, and Jerry Blake, a member of Checkmate.
    • Through her uncle Reese Blake, she's cousins with Thomas, RJ and George Blake.
    • Through her aunt Sarah Blake, she's the cousin of Dennis Blake, an enemy of Starman.
    • And through her uncle John Blake III she's the cousin of John Blake IV, Adam Blake/Captain Comet and Bonnie Blake, the fiancée of Ultra the Multi-Alien.
  • Significant Green-Eyed Redhead: She has red hair and green eyes, and the one who helped create Mystery Inc.
  • Statuesque Stunner: 5'9"/175cm tall and very beautiful.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: The Girly Girl to Velma's Tomboy.
  • Weirdness Magnet: More like a Trouble Magnet. It seems that Daphne's aura, through no fault of her own, will often draw chaotic forces toward her.

    Velma Dinkley 
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The brains of the Mystery Inc. She is known for her vast smarts and witty personality.


  • Action Girl: Like Daphne, she knows martial arts. In her case she has a Black Belt in Judo.
  • Adaptational Sexuality: This version of Velma is bisexual, while in the series she had moments of Ambiguously Bi.
  • Agent Scully: She is the more vocal skeptic of the group, but for the most part she just goes along with it.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Her midsection is exposed.
  • Blind Without 'Em: As always, she's basically blind without her glasses.
  • Catchphrase: "Jinkies!"
  • Deadpan Snarker: She's the most sarcastic wit of the group.
  • Embarrassing Tattoo: Apparently she has a Hex Girl tattoo from one of her hook-ups with the Hex Girls. Which one is unclear for now.
  • The Glasses Come Off: Averted. Not only she is blind without her glasses, she also loses some of her intelligence.
  • Incompatible Orientation: She's bi but unfortunately Daphne is heterosexual, meaning she won't reciprocate her occasional flirting.
  • Mr. Exposition: Her Dinkley files are used to explain several supernatural factors within Earth 27.
  • Online Alias: Her Network ID is 'Four-Eyes'.
  • The Smart Girl: Arguably a Trope Codifier. Velma is the team's genius, hacker, chemist, alchemist, and a resident know-it-all. It should come to no surprise that Velma's parents not only gave Velma a natural born genius, but encouraged its growth.
  • Stronger Than They Look: Despite being the shortest (human) member of Mystery Inc., she's described as 'Freakishly Strong'.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: Tomboy to Daphne's Girly Girl.

Power Company

    Josiah Power 
  • Bald, Black Leader Guy: Has facial hair, but there's no hair on top of his head.
  • Straight Gay: Josiah is gay, but does not have any stereotypically gay mannerisms.
  • Super Mode: He has a rock-like form that gives him increased strength, durability and the ability to project energy attacks.

    Witchfire (Rebecca Carstairs) 
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A famous singer, fashion model, and actress that happened to have a knack for magic.


  • Absolute Cleavage: Her outfit is open all the way to her navel.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Her casual clothes show her navel piercing.
  • The Clan: She descends from an Irish clan that has produced many talented singers, and she's distantly related to Siobhan MacDougal, Laurel Lance and Holly and Dawn Granger.
  • Crippling Overspecialization: When it comes to fire magic there's very little she can't do, but she has always struggled with other types of magic.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Wears a black and red suit and has some impressive fire powers, but she's a hero.
  • Fiery Redhead: Redheaded and her arrogance and stubborn nature are her biggest shortcomings.
  • Hot Witch: An attractive witch with fire powers. Rebecca has access to magic knowledge and ability, which includes the manipulation of essence through the use of rituals, warding symbols, occult gestures, and spells. Though magic itself can be thought of few limits, Rebecca is still a novice when it comes to overall sorcery.
  • Impossibly-Low Neckline: Magic must be what keeps her outfit in place.
  • Official Couple: She's currently dating Danielle Cassidy/Blue Devil.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: During a MeVids convention, she tried to impress some Amazon guests with a spell that "sounded cool", accidentally releasing an undead monstrosity that had to be contained by Wonder Woman and Maravilla before she could reseal it. It goes without saying that Rebecca tends to often find herself put into dangerous situations and other sticky situations of her own making or choosing.
  • Playing with Fire: Rebecca always has had a talent for pyromancy, being capable of creating, controlling and shaping flames at will. She can also use large fires to teleport, protect herself and others from being burned as well as other talents.
  • Rapunzel Hair: Has it in a ponytail and it still reaches her waist.
  • Significant Green-Eyed Redhead: She's a witch with red locks and bright green eyes.
  • Statuesque Stunner: She's 5'11"/180cm tall and a very beautiful witch.

    Skyrocket (Celia Forrestal) 
  • The Face: Serves as this for the Power Company.
  • Military Superhero: She was formerly a US Navy pilot Lieutenant.
  • Powered Armor: Skyrocket's Argo Harness is a prototype defense weapon that was being developed by her parent's company at the time of their murders which she helped develop. It allows her to fly and act as a superhero without any superpowers.
  • Related in the Adaptation: Through her grandfather Ralph Jackson, she's the cousin of Roland, Jefferson and Casey Jackson.

    Bork (Carl Bork) 
  • The Big Guy: Bork is a hulking monstrosity.
  • Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas: Before joining the Power Company, Bork was a criminal who used the proceeds of his crimes to take care of his ailing mother. He turned himself in to the cops in exchange for his mother getting medical attention after a heart attack.
  • Reformed Criminal: Used to be a crook until he finished his sentence and was recruited into the Power Company.

    Striker Z (Danny Tsang) 
  • Super Strength: Danny is stronger than a normal human due to his body acting as a "bio-battery", though he can deplete his energy and lose his strength and endurance as a result.

    Sapphire (Candace Genaro) 
  • Immune to Bullets: Due to having accidentally bonded with the "Serpent's Egg" (an alien artifact of unknown origin), Candace Genaro has a second skin which acts as a nearly impenetrable armor.

Blasters

    Loren Jupiter 
  • Disappeared Dad: Being unable to cope with the betrayal of Gayle Marsh, he gave his daughter Lilith into adoption.
  • Hero-Worshipper: A big fan of superheroes, the original incarnation of the Blasters was known as the Crime-blasters in honor of his sister's old team.
  • People Puppets: Was under the control of Gayle Marsh/Psi for a time, and when he snapped out of it, Gayle was gone, having left their baby daughter and he was 2 billion dollars poorer.
  • Related in the Adaptation: He's the half-brother of Laurie Juspeczyk/Jupiter from the Crimebusters, making him brother in-law of Dan Dreiberg.

    Omen (Lilith Clay) 
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A precognitive telepath and a former second generation member of the Titans. When the Titans disbanded after Jason's death, she hung around Vic, Gar and Rachel, eventually moving to Mt. Justice since she had nowhere else to go. She did not join up with Young Justice, but would occasionally help out from the base. Later, when the Titans started up again, she re-enrolled and eventually became an active member of The Team.


  • Barrier Warrior: Omen is able to create a telekinetic field to shield her and her teammates from physical and energy-based attacks.
  • The Empath: Due to Omen's potent psychic abilities, she has the ability to feel and detect the emotional states of other's at will.
  • Hand Blast: Omen is able to project energy blasts, streams, waves and bolts of her own psionic and telekinetic energy, allowing her to hit, push/pull or blow away her targets, potentially exerting enough force to destroy them.
  • Harmful to Minors: Her mother Kelly committed suicide while she was at their house after talking to a man named "Max".
  • Honorary True Companion: She hangs out with the Outsiders a lot, even being a reserve member.
  • In the Hood: As Omen she wears a hood.
  • Like a Son to Me: Raven considers her a little sister figure or a prized pupil.
  • Master of Illusion: Omen can create realistic illusions in a person's mind and make them witness anything she can come up with.
  • Missing Mom: Her biological mother Gayle Marsh abandoned her at birth, and her adoptive mother Kelly Clay was probably Driven to Suicide.
  • Psychic Powers: Lilith Clay's powers have not been entirely explored in the comics due to the heightened nature of her powers as Omen, however all versions of Lilith are both prescient and psychic. It is understood that she has certain mental abilities, such as telepathy, death sense, and precognition. As Omen, she was able to tap into certain divine, or mystical, powers. She is specifically shown to use pyrokinesis, teleport, and maintain complex illusions.
  • Redhead In Green: Both her casual clothes and hero outfit are green.
  • Related in the Adaptation:
    • Her biological father is none other than Loren Jupiter, the half-brother of Laurie Juspeczyk/Silk Spectre II which makes her paternal aunt of Lilith along with Dan Dreiberg/Nite-Owl II being her paternal uncle by marriage. Sally Jupiter, the original Silk Spectre is also her paternal grandmother.
    • Her biological mother is Gayle Marsh, better known as Psi.
    • Her adoptive father is Franklin Clay, leader of The Losers Black Ops Team.
    • She's also distant cousins with Sam and Dean Winchester via adoption from her adopted family.
  • Seers: At the start of her career, Lilith was a mildly powerful precog, able to predict future events with limited degrees of accuracy.
  • Statuesque Stunner: She barely qualifies at 5'8"/173cm tall, and she's quite pretty.
  • Supernatural Fear Inducer: Lilith can make the subject of her telepathy relive their nightmares over and over.
  • Telekinesis: Lilith is a extremely powerful telekinetic, who can move, levitate and otherwise manipulate objects using her psionic energy. She uses this energy to affect and control molecules and particles, allowing her to fully control matter and energy.

    Argent (Toni Monetti) 
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  • Barrier Warrior: Another application of Argent's silver plasma generation is that she can create solid shields, barriers and force-fields that she can project over herself or others.
  • Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette: She has pale white skin due to her parentage and fitting to her name as Argent.
  • Green-Skinned Space Babe: Her skin is bright white due to her parentage.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: Her actual father was a H'San N'Tall alien, which caused her skin to gradually become paler as she aged until finally turning silver when her powers fully manifested.
  • Imagination-Based Superpower: Argent can generate solid energy constructs out of the element of plasma in simple forms such as protective shields, ropes, daggers, and battering rams. While she initially could not fly, she could create slides and flying platforms to carry herself and others through the air. Her silver-colored plasma energy is said to be of a similar wavelength to the green plasma energies of a Green Lantern's ring.
  • The Knights Who Say "Squee!": Toni admits to being a "Nightwing fangirl" and upon joining the Titans and discovering that "Nightwing" was into "alien girls" she became very excited. When Dick told her he was flattered but it wasn't going to happen, her schoolgirl infatuation switched to Tim. When he did try to use her crush to get her to join the Team, but she told him off that she "don't play a player".
  • Meaningful Name: Her Codename Argent is french word for silver.
  • Official Couple: She's dating Freddy Freeman aka King Marvel.
  • Omniglot: She's fluent in English, French, Spanish, German and Arabic.
  • Spoiled Brat: According to Proxy, She can come off as incredibly entitled, particularly when she was younger. When she first was recruited into the Titans, it seemed like at least once an hour in the Titans Tower would be filled with the cry of "Ewwww!" followed by Toni complaining about something trivial she felt was sooo "dissssgussssting!" She got better about it... or they became numb to it.

    Hot Spot (Isaiah Crocket) 
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  • Cultured Badass: Isaiah enjoys nothing more than relaxing with good horror novels. He has an impressive collection of such literature and reads many of them annually. Some of his faves are Secrets of Sinister House, Shadows Fall, Dark Mansion of Forbidden Love, Forbidden Tales of Dark Mansion, Wasteland, and Lazarus 5. Right now he's really into Carver Edlund.
  • Genius Bruiser: He's a savant genius intellect who's gifted as a Polymath expert in Physics, Chemistry, and Electrical Engineering.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: His biological father was one of the H'San N'Tall aliens, which caused him to gain his ability to generate heat.
  • Official Couple: The boyfriend of Cullen Row.
  • Playing with Fire: Isaiah possessed the ability to generate intense thermal energy from his hands. In appearance, the power was very similar to pyrokinesis, but he could not generate actual flame. However, Isaiah's heat generation could quickly cause combustible materials to catch fire.
  • Straight Gay: Like his boyfriend Cullen, he doesn't shown signs or act stereotypically homosexual or anything of the sort.
  • Wreathed in Flames: When he is powered up he transforms to look like he is made of fire or magma trapped in glass.

    Prysm (Audrey Spears) 
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  • Energy Absorption: Audrey can absorb UV radiation.
  • Flight: As an extended application of her energy processing powers, Prysm can fly through the force generated by the energy that she absorbs. Her range and velocity while in flight is close to the speed of light.
  • Gamer Chick: Because she spent so many years in a what was basically a simulation game, she's a killer at multiplayer games.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: She never got to see her actual appearance until she was freed from her deprivation tank, and only wished she looked fully human.
  • Light The Way: Her crystalline body structure allows her to capture and project light.
  • Logical Weakness: Audrey must consistently absorb solar radiation or else her physical form will darken and she will grow extremely weak. This is why she rarely wears clothing while serving on the team, though she will occasionally wear clothing if she is out in public.
  • Mad Artist: Perhaps due to her being in-tune with the colors of the electromagnetic spectrum, Prysm is a capable painter, as she created very detailed portraits of her virtual family and of Isaiah Crockett by memory.
  • Monochromatic Eyes: Her eyes are completely white without pupils.
  • Official Couple: Dating Cody Driscoll.

    Risk (Cody Driscoll) 
  • Half-Human Hybrid: Due to his actual father being of the H'San N'Tall.
  • The Needless: Risk can operate at full capacity for extended periods of time without tiring. He is also physically healthier than a normal human being and his biology can withstand exposure to viruses or poisons.
  • Official Couple: Dating Audrey Spears/Prysm.
  • Super Reflexes: Risk's reaction time is many times greater than the average human being.

    Fringe 

The Planeteers

    In General 
  • Age Lift: The Planeteers are in their twenties rather than being in their teens.
  • Celebrity Superhero: Their identities are known to the public, and are more like activists with superpowers than actual superheroes.
  • The Chosen Many: They were all chosen by Gaia, with Kwame, Gi and Ma-Ti downright believed to be destined for something great thanks to their ancestry.
  • Elemental Powers: The forces that empower their rings are the intrinsic fields known as The Green, The Burn, The Clear, The White, The Melt, The Red and The Od (Magic).
  • Green Lantern Ring: They use rings based on the Lantern rings of the Emotional Spectrum created by Gaia.
  • Multinational Team: They all come from different countries, chosen by Gaia to protect Earth, especially its environment.
  • Named by the Adaptation: The full names of the Planeteers weren't known in the original series.

    Captain Planet (Iapetus) 
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  • Achilles' Heel: Iapetus has a weakness to adamant, even though he himself is created from the same metal.
  • Adaptational Badass: This Captain doesn't have a weakness towards pollution (or mental pollution for that matter). His strength actually matches that of Superman.
  • Adaptation Personality Change: The original Captain Planet was quite hammy and boisterous, but here he's much serious, even if he's growing a sense of humor.
  • All Your Powers Combined: When in the proximity of the rings of the Planeteers, he can use any of their powers.
  • Amazing Technicolor Population: His adamant body gives him a blue-white skin color.
  • Amnesiac Hero: After being released from Tartarus, Gaia realized imprisonment had stripped him from most of his identity and memories, so she worked to mold him into a more benevolent being.
  • Anything That Moves: Unsurprisingly for an immortal being from Ancient Greece, he's pansexual.
  • Badass Beard: This captain comes with one badass-looking beard.
  • Blade on a Stick: Carries his piercing spear.
  • Brought Down to Badass: Despite losing eleven of his twelve souls and being imprisoned in Tartarus, he's still an incredibly powerful being that matches the strongest heroes.
  • Cain and Abel: He's the Abel to his half-sister Eurybia's Cain.
  • Captain Superhero: He's Captain Planet.
  • The Champion: He's the Champion of Gaia.
  • Defrosting Ice King: Iapetus is not known for his personality. Ancient texts claim him to be a dour and grim being, and time spent in Tartarus likely didn't do him many favors in the personality-building department, but Iapetus is beginning to show a new side. He cracks the occasional joke and even seems to do a little performing for the crowd during his battles near onlookers.
  • Does Not Like Shoes: He's barefoot, which isn't a problem since he's almost invulnerable and can float.
  • The Dreaded: He was the most feared of Ouranos' children, with only his brother Kronos even more dreaded.
  • Elemental Powers: He can use all the elements the Planeteers' rings represent as long as they are in his proximity.
  • Everyone Is Related: Child of Gaia and member of the original Titans, he's very much involved with the Greek Pantheon. He's the father of the Titanspawn Buphagus, Atlas, Menoetius, Anchiale and the twins Prometheus and Epimetheus, making him father in-law of Pandora.
  • Mr. Fanservice: He has a sculptural physique and doesn't wear a shirt.
  • Nigh-Invulnerable: Iapetus is unharmed by conventional weaponry, and is immune to pain, common physical ailments, and disease.
  • Omniglot: Iapetus instinctively understands any and all languages.
  • Outliving One's Offspring: His son Buphagus was slain by Artemis during the Titanomachy, and his other son Menoetius was blasted into oblivion by Zeus to protect his daughter. This sent Iapetus into an Unstoppable Rage were he faced his nephews Zeus, Hades and Poseidon.
  • Patricide: Back in the ancient days, he helped his brother Kronos overthrow and kill their father Ouranos, with him holding down his father's right arm as his brother dealt the killing blow.
  • Red Baron: One of his titles is the Bringer of Dusk.
  • Red Is Heroic: Wears red mythril armor, and while once feared, he now fights to protect the planet that his mother embodies.
  • Reformed Criminal: He went from an enforcer of his brother's will to rule the Earth, to Earth's champion.
  • Related in the Adaptation: Being the Titan Iapetus, son of Gaia and Ouranos, it makes him the great-uncle of Diana, Cassie Sandsmark and great-great uncle of Menodora.
  • Time Abyss: He's six million of years old.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: His signature green hair.

    Geomancer (Kwame Olowe) 
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Kwame Olowe is the representative from Africa, champion of The Green and The Melt, and is the unofficial leader of the Planeteers.


  • Adaptation Species Change: He's half Stratan and half Homo magi, rather than a conventional human.
  • Badass Beard: Has a full beard, to go with his older, more mature appearance.
  • Composite Character: He's combined with lesser known villain Adam Fells, who went by the alias of Geomancer.
  • Covered in Scars: His face, arms and probably more parts of his body have scars, thanks to several years of fighting to protect wildlife and the environment.
  • Dishing Out Dirt: His power element is Earth, being the champion of The Melt.
  • Green Thumb: He's also a champion of The Green, meaning he can also control plant life.
  • The Leader: He's the lead Planeteer.
  • Mixed Ancestry: His mother was an African Shamaness while his father was a Stratan, Atlee's people and the ancestors of Brion and Tyra Markov.
  • Nature Lover: He especially loves to plant trees, and goes into the forest for solace when he is upset, or simply when he needs to think.
  • Nice Guy: Patient, kind, calm, and cares about others and the environment.
  • Parental Abandonment: He never knew his father, and his mother died from a plague when he was fourteen.
  • Simple Staff: He's very good at fighting with his stick.
  • Tattoo as Character Type: His arms have many tribal tattoos.
  • Team Dad: The most mature mentally and emotionally he often acts as the voice of reason, and looks out for the others.

    Aeromancer (Linka Szabó) 
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The brash, feisty, grumpy, and sassy Linka may make mistakes with her English but still expresses herself very well. Linka is a hacktivist who found the Internet to be a great blessing in the often volatile Vlatava where she comes from.


  • Adaptational Nationality: In the original show she came from the Soviet Union, but here she comes from Vlatava.
  • Belligerent Sexual Tension: She's a Tsundere and Wheeler a Jerk with a Heart of Gold, do the math.
  • Blow You Away: Being a champion of The White, her powers range from small gusts to localized tornados and everything in between.
  • Genius Bruiser: In line with being The Big Guy, she has brains to go with her brawn.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: This blonde girl is a little on the unfriendly side, but she's undoubtedly a good person.
  • Indifferent Beauty: Though she realizes she is beautiful and may use that to her advantage, she prefers to be known for her intelligence and personality.
  • Jumped at the Call: When Gaia asked her to join the Planeteers to save the world, she did so without hesitating. A few jewels as incentive were also nice.
  • Malaproper: Linka may make mistakes with her English but still expresses herself very well.
  • Mr. Exposition: She's a member of The Network, and the one who submitted the character files of the Planeteers.
  • Online Alias: Her Network ID is 'EZBreezy'.
  • Parental Abandonment: Her mother was turned into a vampire who killed her father, being taken care of by her uncle Dmitri.
  • Related in the Adaptation: Her mother is Dunya Mishkin, a woman turned into a vampire by Mary Seward, with her uncle Dmitri Mishkin taking care of her for a few years.
  • Sensual Slavs: She's an attractive blonde lady who comes from Eastern Europe.
  • Statuesque Stunner: She's 5'9"/175cm tall, and very attractive.
  • Traumatic Haircut: She used to have long hair, until an incident involving the demon Belphegor that led to the death of her cousin Boris ruined it, and even after hacking it off, it didn't help, to the point she thought of cutting her wrists. Wheeler saved her life.

    Pyromancer (James Wheeler) 
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Representative from North America, Wheeler wields the ring of fire and is the champion of The Burn.


  • Abusive Parents: His father Charles Wheeler was an abusive alcoholic.
  • Belligerent Sexual Tension: He and Linka have an on-and-off relationship.
  • Drugs Are Bad: Wheeler hates drugs, with the exception of alcohol, since they remind him of his father. He still drinks alcohol on occasion.
  • Fiery Redhead: Fitting for the champion of The Burn, he's a reckless redhead.
  • Hot-Blooded: He has the most easily triggered temper out of all the Planeteers.
  • I Shall Taunt You: He often goads his enemies and friends alike, taunting them and infuriating them with quick remarks and insults.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: For all of this perceived faults, Wheeler can be counted on in a crisis if someone is depending on him. Though he may play fast and loose with the rules, he cannot tolerate those who hurt others. If you cross him, you're going to get burned.
  • Last-Name Basis: As reference to the fact that in the series his first name wasn't mentioned, he's usually referred to by his last name.
  • Leeroy Jenkins: Wheeler is all about action, and does not always think things through before acting... ever.
  • Momma's Boy: His mother Deborah Wheeler did her best to make him feel special and loved, instilling him values and life lessons about protecting the weak, feeding the poor, and tending to the sick.
  • Perma-Stubble: Has a five-o'clock shadow, to go with his Hunter's lifestyle.
  • Playing with Fire: His ring controls fire.
  • Red Is Heroic: He has red hair and is one of the good guys—or at least, he tries his best to be.
  • Related in the Adaptation: His uncle is Jack Wheeler, the step-father of Renee Ramirez, making them step-cousins. His mentor was Billy Harvelle, the husband of Ellen Harvelle and father of Jo Harvelle.

    Hydromancer (Gi Moon) 
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Hailing from Rhelasia, Gi is the wearer of the Water Ring. Gi is the most educated of the "Planeteers", holding a degree in veterinary science and marine biology. Obsessed with sea life, Gi also is fluent in Atlantean, a skilled scuba diver, and former Olympic swimmer.


  • Adaptational Nationality: In the series she was Korean, but here she comes from Rhelasia, the unified Korean nation that rose after the Manhattaning.
  • Adaptational Skimpiness: She has a far less modest look here.
  • Adaptation Species Change: Her father is, apparently, Yongwang, a being known as the "dragon of the sea". This has Gi classified as a demigoddess.
  • Brainy Brunette: She's highly knowledgeable about marine biology, and she pretty good with machines. Compare Linka who, while not stupid by any means, is far less cerebral.
  • Does Not Like Shoes: Most likely a trait of her being a marine biologist, but she will go barefoot during downtime and to study sea animals.
  • Friend to All Living Things: Gi has befriended a number of sea creatures that inhabit the coastal waters near and around Elpida. Among them are Kisa, a dolphin that Gi has developed an intense familiarity with and Nuok, a Themysciran Ray that Gi uses to create the healing salves she keeps in her small med-kit.
  • Genki Girl: She's a cute, bubbly young woman with a flirty personality and high energy. She's no Asian Airhead though.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: According to her mother, her father is Yongwang, the mythical Dragon of the Sea. While at first she though her mother was joking, seeing that their world was full of superheroes, aliens and magic, she became open to the idea of her Divine Parentage.
  • It's All My Fault: She takes any kind of failure particularly hard.
  • Making a Splash: She's the champion of The Clear, and as such she can control water.
  • Ship Tease: Apparently there is some between her and Luna of the Hex Girls, having been seen dining together.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: The tomboy to Linka's girly girl.
  • Walking Swimsuit Scene: Besides her jacket and shorts, in her casual clothes she's only wearing a swimsuit.

    Essomancer (Ma-Ti) 
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Ma-Ti is the happy-go-lucky bearer of the Heart Ring and the youngest "Planeteer." Despite being the youngest, he's usually the first to see reason and expose the truth to other Planeteers if they're lost or arguing.


  • Anything That Moves: He's pansexual.
  • The Baby of the Bunch: He's the youngest Planeteer, something he's very much aware of.
  • Everything Is Better With Monkeys: His pet and familiar, the capuchin monkey Suchi. He's even considered the unofficial sixth Planeteer.
  • The Heart: Seen as the heart of the team, he fittingly has the Heart ring.
  • Multicolored Hair: His mohawk is light brown, while the rest of his hair is darker.
  • Raised by the Supernatural: When he lost his parents to mercenaries, he was found, healed, and eventually raised by the Caipora, child-like Daimons that guard the Brazilian forests.
  • Related in the Adaptation: He's the surrogate brother of Yara Flor/Sojourner.
  • Sleeves Are for Wimps: Wears his Planeteer jacket without sleeves, showing the Kayapo tattoo on his right arm.
  • Speaks Fluent Animal: Thanks to his connection to The Red, he can psychically communicate with any animal. His connection to Suchi is especially strong.
  • The Trickster: He's something of a trickster, although his pranks are never malicious.
  • Wise Beyond His Years: Though he is the youngest of the Planeteers, Ma-Ti is very insightful and often plays the role of mediator and diplomat.

    Gaia 
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The Greek Goddess of the Earth, who resides in Elpida (Hope Island) located in the Paradise Islands. Gaia feels that her planet is in jeopardy and the time has come to relay her concerns more directly. However, as Gaia is a fairly abstract being, she needs others who can carry her message. To this end, Gaia has empowered five ancient rings with potent elemental power and sent them out into the world to find those worthy of taking on this burden.


  • Adaptation Dye-Job: In the original series she had dark hair, but here she's blonde.
  • Adaptational Heroism: In the Ancient Greek Myths, Gaia tried to overthrow the Olympians in retaliation for imprisoning her children the Titans, but here she helped orchestrate the rebellion against her son Kronos.
  • Anything That Moves: Unsurprisingly for a Daimon, she's pansexual.
  • Cain and Abel: The Abel of her sister the Primordial Khaos, who wants to replace her as Spirit of the Earth.
  • Dark-Skinned Blonde: Has tanned skin and golden hair.
  • Dishing Out Dirt: Gaia can alter and control soil, stone, and even molten rock.
  • Does Not Like Shoes: She walks barefoot.
  • Everyone Is Related: As mother/creator of the first generation of Titans and grandmother of the first generation of Olympians, that makes her Wonder Woman's great-grandmother.
  • Going Commando: The slit on her dress that shows her leg also indicates she's not wearing anything underneath.
  • Green Thumb: Gaia has near absolute control over plant life native to the planet Earth. She might even be able to create new forms of flora.
  • Mother Nature: Literally, seeing that she's the spirit of the Earth.
  • The Older Immortal: Gaia is a Primordial, a being that is older than the gods and titans, even the Earth that she has come to embody and become entwined with through a symbiotic relationship with the very essence of the planet.
  • Omniglot: Gaia understand any language without training in it, even those not native to Earth.
  • Purple Is Powerful: Wears a purple dress and she's one of the most ancient and powerful deities in existence, even if she can no longer affect the world that much.
  • Simple Staff: Carries one to signify her connection to the Earth.
  • Supernatural Gold Eyes: Her eyes are glowing and she's a very ancient goddess.
  • Time Abyss: She has existed long before even Earth she has come to embody, making her millions of years old at least.

Resistance Groups

Victory V Resistance

    In General 
  • Composite Character: The team is composed with members of Victory V's from Batman Incorporated and the Resistance from Flashpoint.
  • La Résistance: They're an unoriginally named resistance movement founded by Britannia to go against and overthrow the Norsefire Party from Britain.

    Britannia (Penelope "Penny" Black) 
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    The Knight (Cyril Sheldrake) 

    The Squire (Beryl Hutchinson) 

    Mrs. Hyde (Bobbie Stephenson) 

    Canterbury Cricket (Jeramey Chriqui) 

The Elite

    In General 
  • Adaptation Origin Connection: They are group of fugitives composed of four metahumans and a magician, all of which had escaped from one of the Norsefire Party's many 'rehabilitation camps'. The Elite debuted when they first engaged in direct attacks against the Fingermen in response to Norsefire's bigotry and outright murder of metahumans and minorities.
  • Multinational Team: Manchester is British, Hat is Japanese, the Menagerie sisters are from Puerto Rico and Coldcast is African-American.

    Manchester Black 

    The Hat (Rampotatek) 
  • Nice Hat: His magical hat is also his codename.
  • Token Wizard: In a team with four meta-humans, he's the only magician.

    Menagerie Sisters (Pamela & Sonja Ferrer) 
  • Composite Character: They are based on their original comic selves, with the last name given to them by the Arrowverse.
  • Sibling Team: In the comics they weren't allowed to interact with each other, but here they fight together.

    Coldcast (Nathan Craig Jones) 

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