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Team Arrow

     Felicity Smoak (Operator)

The stepsister of Ronnie Raymond. An IT technician at Queen Consolidated, she was eventually recruited Oliver to help in his mission to save the city as the team's resident hacker calling herself as "Operator".

  • Adorkable: Even once she's in on the secret and surrounded by badasses, she still manages to be an Adorkable Motor Mouth.
  • Badass Adorable: Yes, Felicity is not much of an Action Girl but she is savvy and brainy. She often uses her brains to get Team Arrow out of trouble and she usually manages to be quirky and adorable while doing so.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: She has her share of quirks and eccentricities, but she's the best IT specialist at Queen Consolidated for a darn good reason.
  • Composite Character: While mostly her characterization from the Arrowverse, she's also Ronnie Raymond's stepsister much like her original comic book incarnation that was his stepmother.
  • The Determinator: Once Felicity wants something or believes in something, she NEVER gives up. Overall, Felicity is probably the most determined and stubborn member of Team Arrow.
  • Deadpan Snarker: She has her moments, but normally her moments of snark come from her already Adorkable nature rather than a strict deadpan tone.
  • Genki Girl: Lacks the manic energy typically associated with this trope, but she does talk very fast and tends to be very optimistic.
  • Jewish and Nerdy: Her Judaism comes up a few times, especially near Christmastime. She's also extremely nerdy.
  • Mission Control: Her usual role for Team Arrow, though she does go out on occasion to help in the field.
  • Motor Mouth: She talks a lot.
  • Nerds Are Sexy: Her attractiveness and nerdiness are equally lampshaded by other characters.
  • Official Couple: With Ray Palmer.
  • Open Mouth, Insert Foot: She has a bad tendency to phrase things in an awkward or insensitive manner, only realize how they sound after she has already said them.
  • Playful Hacker: Felicity is able to hack virtually any form of technology. Often she does so from her handy 'magic tablet'. Many of her hacks look like a 3D computer animation on her screen which uses to control real technology.
  • Smart People Wear Glasses: A very brilliant hacker with a pair.
  • The Smart Girl: She's the one who does all the research and hacking for the team.
  • White Hat Hacker: Eventually.

     Laurel Drake-Lance (Songbird) 

     Quentin Lance

The father of Dinah and Sara Lance, a former GCPD officer who was forced to retired after being crippled by the Penguin’s right-hand man, Ignatius Ogilvy.

     Lauren Drake (Vanguard) 

     Tommy Merlyn (Broken Arrow)
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Oliver's best friend, the son of Malcolm Merlyn and half-brother of Thea Queen.

  • Archer Archetype: Though he once gave Oliver a run for his money, Tommy had let his training slip. But with some warming up, he can hold his own among other world-class archers.
  • Badass Normal: Without any actual training, except moves picked up from a dozen different sparring partners, Tommy can hold his own against most untrained combatants... and he has no qualms about fighting dirty. His father tried to teach him but as a child, Tommy never did like hurting people.
  • Calling the Old Man Out: Justified in that his father is a world class jerk to him.
  • The Casanova: Tommy is weak to the charms of women. He has never had any relationship longer than a month or two.
  • Cool Uncle: He's the adopted uncle of Cynthia Lance.
  • Composite Character: Mostly based on his Arrowverse incarnation.
  • Honorary True Companion: Of the Legends.
  • Non-Action Guy: He's not combat proficient like Oliver. And even though he has the balls to defend the people close to him, he always lose badly if he decides to fight.
  • Related in the Adaptation: Through his mother is Rebecca Barrow, he becomes the half-brother of Victor and Violet Paige.
  • Sadist: Tommy Merlyn believes he enjoys hurting and killing people. He desperately wishes to explore this side of himself. He has gotten into bar fights when provoked, only to surrender himself to a brutal beating when he's close to victory as a way of punishing himself for indulging in violence.
  • Scars Are Forever: Tommy survived after being shot in a explosive arrow by Oliver Queen who want to shoot Prometheus in the face. Feeling responsible for this, Ollie brought Tommy back to Star City with him. Tommy found his friendship with Ollie challenged, even though Ollie covered all of Tommy's medical and psychiatric costs. Tommy had become deeply traumatized by the damage to his body and also at the pain of having taken a life. When he and Ollie or Thea did talk, Tommy often remarked that his new face reflected his soul and felt he was destined to become a killer, like his father.
  • The Slacker: Just like Oliver Queen, Tommy is a slacker at heart. Tommy often doesn't like to take things too seriously... except for when he does.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: He's the splitting image of his father Malcolm.
  • Supreme Chef: Oliver might know how to cook chili, but Tommy once trained under a classical French chef and according to Dinah can make an omelette that is "ridiculously delicious."

     Cynthia Lance

The daughter of two League of Assassins members, Shado and Komodo who she grew up being abused by her parents and she didn't have a name and was only referred "Tag". After she was disowned by her parents, she ends up being adopted by Sara Lance and Thea Queen by giving her the name of Cynthia.

  • Adaptation Relationship Overhaul: Instead of being adopted by Dinah Lance, she's adopted by Sara instead.
  • Empath: Cynthia is an incredibly empathetic person. She is an excellent judge of character and is quite adept at knowing just how to cheer a person up or even resolve complex arguments between two adults.
  • Happily Adopted: By Sara and Thea.
  • Has Two Mommies: Her mothers are Sara Lance and Thea Queen.
  • Hero-Worshipper: Thanks to her impressive knowledge of Booster/Beetle Cards, Cynthia knows a lot about various real world figures in the "capes and tights" community, criminals and crusaders alike.
  • Mixed Ancestry: Her biological mother was asian while her father is black.
  • Morality Pet: She's one to Sara and Thea. Cynthia's also the unnoficial pet of the Legends.
  • Parental Abandonment: She was disowned by her biological parents.
  • Related in the Adaptation: Her biological parents are Shado and Komodo, making her the half-sister of Emiko Queen.
  • Tagalong Kid: Nowadays, when she's not hanging out with the Legends as their unofficial mascot, you can usually find Cynthia doing her homework under the watchful eye of her Uncle Tom in Udderly Delicious, playing Booster/Beetle Cards with Holly Dayton at Doom Manor, or belting out pop songs at the Perpetual Cabaret on karaoke nights.

     Susanna "Cissie" King-Jones

Daughter of Oliver Queen and Dinah Lance.

  • Dead Guy Junior: Her first name comes from her paternal grandmother Susanna Dearden.
  • Give Him a Normal Life: Dinah send Susanna into an orphanage and later being adopted to have a normal life in order protect her and Dinah from being chased and targeted by her and Ollie's enemies since both her biological parents are founders of the Justice League.
  • Related in the Adaptation: Here she's the biological daughter of Oliver Queen and Dinah Lance.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: Inherited her mother's looks and her father's hair.


Team Flash

     Iris West-Allen

Iris West is the wife of Barry Allen, aunt to Wally West and mother of Jessie and Bart Allen.

  • Action Mom: She's the mother Jessie and Bart Allen, and while not a speedster, she can defend herself.
  • Aloof Big Sister: To her adopted brother Daniel West.
  • Badass Bookworm: Iris' intelligence lies mostly in her journalistic abilities, strategizing and leadership skills, but Joe also taught her combat skills, and she's been shown to be proficient at using handguns.
  • Badass in Distress: Despite her impressive ability to defend herself, she knows her limits and will not hesitate to call Barry, or activate Cisco's app, for help when she gets in over her head.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: She's as sweet as honey, but if you really want to see her bad side, try threatening her boyfriend/husband, her family or her team and see what happens.
  • Composite Character: Seems to be based on her Young Justice incarnation.
  • Cool Aunt: Towards her both nephews Wally and Max. She's Wally West's aunt and his first best friend and she also wishes to be the fun aunt to Max West.
  • Happily Adopted: By Joe West. She even changed her last name from Russell to West after Joe married her mother.
  • Happily Married: With Barry.
  • Intrepid Reporter: Similar to Lois Lane. When she becomes a member of Team Flash, she uses this role to help out occasionally as an informant to Barry on the recent Meta-Human influenced happenings.
  • Mama Bear: She's very overprotective of her nephews and her children, and she'll do anything to protect them.
  • Morality Chain: To both Barry and Wally, she is the heart of team Flash.
  • Official Couple: With Barry.
  • Successful Sibling Syndrome: Both Rudy and Daniel bear a grudge for her success in her life.

     Joe West
  • Action Dad: Adoptive father of Iris and Rudy West and biological father of Daniel West, and while not a Speedster, he's still a capable policeman.
  • Badass Beard: Sports a goatee and the Flash's resident Action Dad.
  • Badass Normal: A veteran detective, he is still skilled enough to go against metahuman threats like if they were normal everyday crooks.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Things you do not fuck with include Iris, Barry, Wally and Max (including Jessie and Bart); the man is trained to use a gun! He will shoot you if necessary.
  • Composite Character: His appearance and personality are taken from his Arrowverse counterpart.
  • The Cynic: He is mostly civil, but having been a cop for almost 30 years, he's more suspicious and distrusting of people than most of the other Flash main characters.
  • Fair Cop: He might be old enough to have grandchildren, but looks pretty good for his age.
  • Friend on the Force: To STAR Labs.
  • Good Is Not Soft: One of the most morally good characters in the West family, don't underestimate Joe from harming or shooting a villain.
  • Good Parents: Really, we shouldn't have to explain this one
  • Secret Keeper: He knows Barry's identity as The Flash and also knows that Wally is Kid Flash I/Impulse and Max is Kid Mercury.
  • Old Cop, Young Cop: Two of his most prominent partners (Eddie and Patty) are around the age range of his daughter Iris.

     Harrison Wells (Stargazer)

The President and co-founder of S.T.A.R Labs and the creator of the Particle Accelerator.

  • Abusive Parents: According to Cisco, his father Edward was a grade-A jerkward.
  • Badass Bookworm: A genius scientist who blasts metahumans with laser guns and is capable of holding his own in a fistfight against a supposedly powerless Eobard Thawne.
  • Brainy Brunette: Much like his Arrowverse counterpart and other versions.
  • Composite Character: Wells's Personality and mannerism are taken straight from both his doppelgangers, Harry of Earth-2 and HR of Earth-19 in The Flash (2014) by having their nicknames.
  • Decomposite Character: Wells is not a disguised Eobard Thawne in Earth 27.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: Is this to Team Flash. Partially because they just find him extremely annoying.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: Aside from creating the Particle Accelerator, he also created the Metahuman detector devices.
  • Insufferable Genius: He's brilliant, and he knows it.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Harrison is rude, abrasive, dismissive, egotistical. But he's a good guy at heart, who's only interested in helping people.
  • Large Ham: He overacts almost everything.
  • The Lost Lenore: His first wife Aisley Wells, who was murdered by Zoom.
  • Motor Mouth: He rarely shuts up.
  • Related in the Adaptation: His father is Edward Wells, a hired assassin who went by the codename of Cormorant in the comics. His sister is Edith Wells, The Red Queen in the comics, while his brother is Vernon Wells, the corrupt assistant of Harvey Dent. His second wife is Kristin Wells, who used the Superwoman name in the comics Pre-Crisis.

     Eddie Thawne
  • Badass Normal: Like Joe, he has no superpowers or special abilities, yet he willingly and regularly goes up against villains who do, and has no trouble against more standard criminals.
  • Fair Cop: Considering his appearance is based on his Arrowverse portrayal, he's obviously easy on the eyes.

Daily Planet

     Perry White

  • Benevolent Boss: Despite his tough-mindedness and grouchy personality, he has always been a kind and fair boss.
  • Berserk Button: As every employee of the Daily Planet can tell you, he hates being called "Chief".
  • Catchphrase: Perry shouts "Great Ceasar's Ghost!" and "Don't call me 'chief'!" when enraged.
  • Composite Character: While mostly his characterization is from DC Extended Universe he retains his personality in the comics and other adaptations.
  • Da Editor: His strength and integrity have led him to be one of the world's greatest journalists, and underneath his leadership the Planet hasn't missed a single issue through crisis after crisis.
  • Intrepid Reporter: In his youth. He won four Pulitzer awards with such notable stories as Watergate, The Mannhattaning, and The Great Lie (Thanks to Walter Kovacs aka Rorschach's diary he exposed Adrian Veidt's true colors as the main instigator of The Manhattaning which forced Veidt go into hiding from authorities).
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: He can be demanding and rude, but he is always kind and respectful to his reporters and seeks the highest levels of journalistic work ethic and integrity, being well-liked by pretty much everyone under his employ.

     Jimmy Olsen

  • Adorkable: Jimmy's clothing, innocent demeanor, and extreme loyalty to Superman make him this.
  • Amicable Exes: He and Lucy Lane once dated each other.
  • Badass Normal: He's got a black belt, and is more than capable of defending himself even without powers.
  • Camera Fiend: Like other versions Jimmy is also photographer.
  • Heroic Bystander: Sometimes, Jimmy gets off the sidelines to save the day.
  • Intrepid Reporter: As always, Jimmy is this.
  • Interspecies Friendship: Superman is Kryptonian; Jimmy is a human. But that doesn't keep them from being fairly close.
  • Muggle Best Friend: To Superman.
  • Nice Guy: In spite of occasional snarkiness, he's one of the most cheerful, friendly people in Daily Planet.
  • Official Couple: Engaged to Chloe Sullivan.
  • Secret Keeper: Knows both Superman's and Supergirl's secret identities.

     Cat Grant

  • Animal Motif: She has been compared, obviously, to cats.
  • Broken Ace: Her competitive, "always go for the win" attitude is revealed to have been partially fueled by her mommy issues
  • Cat Smile: Appropriately enough.
  • Composite Character: Her personality and appearance are based off her Arrowverse counterpart.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Like her Arrowverse she's snark and witty than Lois.
  • Intrepid Reporter: Not exactly to the degree as Lois Lane, but still.
  • Malaproper: Consistently gets people's names wrong (when she even recognizes them).
  • Tranquil Fury: She never raises her voice in anger, but when she gets mad, there's no mistaking it.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: The reasoning that Cat can say such horrible things about Lois, is honesty not malice, and she openly admits the two are very close friends despite the rivalry.

     Ron Troupe

  • Straight Man: He's arguably the most "normal" person on the Daily Planet.

The Terrible Trio

     Kathleen Duquesne (Dragon)
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  • Art: Kathy's mother was supposedly a gifted artist, a skill Kathy inherited from her. Kathy took this skill, advancing it through more refined practice at college, which is where she met Sonia Alcana.
  • Death Seeker: Kathy constantly puts herself in life and death situations. Apparently, only when she is in danger does she truly feel alive. This might be a subconscious way of reconnecting with her deceased mother?
  • Mafia Princess: Kathy's father is a full blown Crime Boss.
  • Missing Mom: Kathy's mother Tuyen became fatally addicted to heroin until her tragic death when Kathy was just seventeen years old.
  • Official Couple: With Luke Fox.
  • Omniglot: Kathy is half-African American and half-Chinese. She used to spend summers in Hong Kong and speaks both Mandarin and Cantonese fluently.
  • Race Lift: She's half african-american half Chinese here.
  • Related in the Adaptation: Her aunt is Chien Na Wei, better known as China White.
  • Spoiled Sweet: As the daughter of Carlton Duquesne, Kathy has access to a rather generous personal spending account.

     Det. Sonia Alcana (Kraken)
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  • Fair Cop: Sonia is a skilled investigator as evidenced by her being qualified to work as a detective at such a young age.
  • Improbable Aiming Skills: Sonia is a skilled markswoman, graduating from her police academy class with the highest merit in the marksmanship category.
  • Odd Friendship: Sonia hangs out at the Sons of Batman Clubhouse even though it is against GCPD policy to fraternize with members of a known gang. The Sons of Batman were classified as a criminal gang by the GCPD in 2016. She bypasses this restriction by having transferred to the Gangs task force, which allows her to perform 'undercover' work.
  • Omniglot: Sonia speaks fluent English and has conversational level familiarity with Spanish and Greek.
  • Memento MacGuffin: Sonia apparently owns a batarang which Batman gave to her while waiting for the police to respond to the scene of her parents murder. The batarang is framed and hangs on the wall of her shared studio apartment with Rocky Ballantine.
  • Tranquil Fury: Sonia often lets her anger get the better of her thinking. She has a lot of unresolved issues stemming from the death of her family. She tends to channel her anger into her fists whenever she is involved in any altercation with suspected criminals, having numerous citations for excessive force.

     Dr. Roxanne Ballantine (Griffin)
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  • Adorkable: Rocky in her Digging Yourself Deeper moments.
  • Cute Clumsy Girl: Rocky is known to be quite nervous and easily gets overworked and frazzled, she was also known to a bit of wimp as well, lacking the confidence to stand up for herself.
  • Escape Artist: Rocky's forte. Not only is she highly skilled in the construction and application of security mechanisms such as vaults, locks, restraints, laser grids, and keypads; but she is exceptionally well-versed in security strategic planning. She is also an accomplished escapologist by merit of her ability to assess faults in a security device and calculate how best to defeat it.
  • Genius Bruiser: Rocky is an exceptionally gifted woman with a particular knack for engineering, computer sciences, chemistry, and invention.
  • Hair Decorations: Rocky, as a Cute Clumsy Girl has little hairclips
  • In-Series Nickname: Rocky Ballantine.


     In General 
  • All Myths Are True: While a number of the many Greek Gods have been seen it's no surprise to have any new ones or their stories show up as true as any bit of mythology is available to be pulled into the story-weaving of the DCU.
  • Big, Screwed-Up Family/Dysfunctional Family: On a cosmic scale, just ask about anyone with any relation to the gods falls under this, not to mention the gods themselves.
  • Incest Is Relative: Well of course. There's Zeus and his sister/wife Hera to start with.
  • Jerkass Gods: Typical of the Greek Pantheon sadly and in ways like you wouldn't believe in this universe.
  • Physical God: Their titles come with devastatingly immense strength and abilities
  • Shapeshifting: They're all shapeshifters who can choose their forms, with the 12 Olympians, the ruling and top gods, having the most flexible control over their forms.


The ruler of Olympus. He is married to Hera and has many extramarital children, including Diana and Cassie Sandsmark.

  • Abusive Parents: His treatment of his kids varies from bragging about them, to not caring (or knowing) about them, to being an outright dick depending on how he feels that day.
  • Animal Motif: The Eagle, which are his domain animals.
  • Badass Beard: He is the most powerful of the greek gods, and sported a beard.
  • Blow You Away: With the Sky being his dominion, Zeus has a special affinity with the element of air. Using this, he can sense the flow of the tides or generate enough air pressure to create a tsunami or a storm.
  • Brother–Sister Incest: With Hera.
  • Daddy Had a Good Reason for Abandoning You: He never had the time to spend with Diana and Cassie due his duties as a God.
  • Elemental Powers: As the god of the storms, Zeus is able to manipulate weather.
  • Parental Neglect: He even has his faults of not being around in the life with his demigod children including Diana and Cassie Sandsmark due being the king of Olympus. Cassie even Lampshade this referring him as "Absentee Dad of the Century".
  • Really Gets Around: It wouldn't be Zeus if he didn't. He sired daughters with Hyppolyta and Helena Sandsmark (And many, many, many, many, many, many, many women).
  • Shock and Awe: Zeus is able to create and manipulate electricity with lethal efficiency.
  • Voluntary Shapeshifting: Zeus is able to alter his physical form at will. A lot of the time he manifests himself as a bold eagle.


  • Brother–Sister Incest: With Zeus. A lot of the other pantheons think that it's weird and bring it up whenever they're feeling snippy.
  • Clingy Jealous Girl: To Zeus.
  • Dysfunctional Family: Tries to hide the fact that she's the matriarch of one, but it doesn't really work.
  • Wicked Step Mother: The original. Displays this the most out of the Big Three's wives, as she's the goddess of marriage and her husband's demigod children are an attack upon her domain. This is the reason she, Diana and Cassandra don't get on.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Tried to have Diana killed as a child because she was Zeus' daughter by Hippolyta, one of her chosen people, and is perfectly happy to obliquely threaten Cassie.


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     The Presence 
  • God: Or the closest to the Christian God in the DC Universe.
  • The Ghost: Mentioned but not seen yet. In-Universe too, since Donna mentions The Presence has gone missing.

     Michael Demiurgos 
  • Archangel Michael: He's The Archangel Michael, the most famous and powerful of the Archangels.
  • Luke, I Am Your Father: He's the biological father of Elaine Belloc sired by a mortal woman and put his brother Lucifer under his tutelage and protection.
  • The Older Immortal: Michael's the most senior archangel and is the de facto commander of the Heavenly Host in the Presence's absence.
  • The Omnipotent: He's the second most powerful being in the universe, equaled only by his brother, Lucifer, and surpassed only by their creator, the Presence.


  • Archangel Gabriel: He's the Archangel Gabriel, who after Michael is the most famous of the Archangels.
  • Badass Pacifist: He's the most compassionate of the Archangels, refusing to take arms when Lucifer rebelled. He's still one of the strongest entities in Heaven.
  • Big Eater: All Archangels have a major flaw, in Lucifer's case is Pride and Raguel's was Wrath. In Gabriel's case is gluttony, but he's fine with that.
  • Interspecies Romance: He's the former lover of Rosacarnis, daughter of Nergal.
  • Luke, I Am Your Father: He reveals he's the father of Wally the God-Boy.
  • Massive Numbered Siblings: Being created by The Presence, he's the True Brother of Lucifer, Michael, Raphael, Raguel, Saraquael and Uriel. He's also the spirit sibling of Belial, Duma, Leon, Donatella, Amenadiel, Araquel, Asmodel, Azazel, Heraphon, Lilith, Remiel, Sandalphon, Suriel, Tali, Imogen, Tali, Traumiel and Zauriel.
  • Passing the Torch: Served as The Voice of the Presence for two thousand years, until he decided to give the title and the name Metatron to the young Ariel Donatella.

     The Voice (Donatella/Metatron/Donna Rich)
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  • Absolute Cleavage: As The Voice.
  • Angelic Beauty: Even in human form, she's very pretty.
  • Composite Character: She's a fusion of The Voice (Divine Presence), the Angel Metatron and Voice (a hero from United Planets Young Heroes). Her human name is completely new.
  • Everyone Is Related: Through her many angelic and demonic siblings, Etrigan and Senael are her nephews, while Mazikeen and Elaine Belloc are her nieces.
  • Gender Flip: The Angel Metatron is usually represented as male, although Angels are also considered genderless entities.
  • Legacy Character: She's only the latest angel to carry the name of Metatron.
  • Massive Numbered Siblings: She's the twin sister of Leon Meager and the spirit sibling of Lucifer, Michael, Belial, Duma, Amenadiel, Araquel, Asmodel, Azazel, Gabriel, Heraphon, Lilith, Raphael, Remiel, Sandalphon, Saraquael, Suriel, Tali, Imogen, Tali, Traumiel, Uriel and Zauriel.
  • Named by the Adaptation: Her human alias is Donna Rich.
  • Our Angels Are Different: She's the angel Metatron, and like her twin brother Leon, she's also an Ariel, a celestial being of creativity and inspiration.
  • Red Baron: Voice of the Almighty.
  • Statuesque Stunner: She's 5'10"/178cm tall and a beautiful woman.
  • Woman in White: Her civilian outfit.


     Wally the God-Boy (Wallace Johnson)

Wally Johnson, also called Wally the God-Boy, is a mysterious boy who claims he's God. If he isn't, he's at least got a unique, diverse and potentially powerful set of powers.

  • Batter Up!: Always carrying his signature baseball bat.
  • Everyone Is Related: Thanks to the revelation of being the biological son of Gabriel and Rosacarnis. From his father's side with the Presence being technically his gradfather, he's the paternal nephew of Lucifer, Michael, Raphael, Raguel, Saraquael, Uriel, Amenadiel, Araquel, Asmodel, Azazel, Belial, Duma, Heraphon, Leonardo, Remiel, Sandalphon, Tali, Traumiel, Imogen, Lilith, Ran Va Daath, Suriel, Zauriel and Donatella and cousins with Senael, Etrigan, Mazikeen and Elaine belloc. While his mother's side he's the maternal half-brother of the Constantine Cambions and the maternal grandson of Death of the Endless and grandnephew of Dream, Desire, Destiny, Despair, Destruction and Delirium.
  • God in Human Form: Claims to be this. There's no way to be sure unless an actual divine being confirms it. He really is God, but not the Presence themselves, instead he's the belief in God as seen by humans, given to the soul of a Nephilim fathered by Gabriel and Rosacarnis.
  • Raised by Grandparents: Lost his parents when he was a baby, so he was raised by his grandparents.
  • Reality Warper: Has a degree of this, creating small miracles when he wants to.
  • Unwitting Instigator of Doom: He met Terry Bumbescu and tried to convince him that the world wouldn't be better without him, but despite it Terry jumped in front of a car. He then talked with near dead Terry and made the world forget about Terry's existence.

New Genesis

  • Above Good and Evil: His main focus is observing and unraveling the mysteries of the universe without being truly considered either good or evil.
  • Aloof Ally: While considered part of New Genesis, he rarely involves himself in the conflict between New Genesis and Apokalypse.
  • Cool Chair: As always, his Mobius chair is quite impressive.
  • Palantir Ploy: He can spy on everything.
  • The Watcher: He's largely a passive observer more interested in seeing new outcomes than actively helping anyone.

Department Of Continuity Credentials

     Jonni, DC (Jonni Thunder)
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  • Action Mom: She's the single mother of Jakeem Thunder and is one of skilled members of Department of Continuity.
  • Adaptational Attractiveness: In the comics she looked rather cartoonish, but here she looks like a normal human woman.
  • Applied Phlebotinum: Played With. She literally carries standard issue Department of Continuity restraints called the Applied Phlebotinum Handcuffs which interfere in the use of powers, talents, and overall dampen the mental and physical abilities of those restrained by the binds.
  • Composite Character: She's a composite character of Jonni Thunder, Jonni DC, Rebecca Tane and Preachy Pet. The first one is a private detective and descendant of Johnny Thunder and the second one is a cop fighting continuity discrepancies. The third one's birth name is actually Rebecca Tane, the daughter of John Tane and Jeanne Walker/Madame.44 and the fourth one is Johnny Thunder's adopted daughter.
  • Fair Cop: She's an attractive law enforcer.
  • Genie in a Bottle: As a member of the Department of Continuity, Jonni has undergone the joining of an Under-Monitor essence to her soul. Specifically, she has been merged with the entity known as "Yz" and the two have a near-perfect synchronization rating. This has endowed her abilities which exceed the typical member of the Department of Continuity.
  • Magical Incantation: By declaring "Cei-U" (pronounced 'say you'), Jonni can release the vorpal entity Yz from her body. While Yz is thus projected, Jonni loses access to her above abilities but retains an empathic connection to Yz.
  • Nigh Invulnerable: Jonni is more durable to physical hardship than she appears. Also, Jonni does not age, heals quicker than normal, and rarely falls ill.
  • Really 700 Years Old: Born in 1885, and thanks to her work with The Monitor, she has barely aged in over a century.
  • Related in the Adaptation: Her surrogate father is J'onn J'onnz, while Jakeem "J.J." Thunder is her son.
  • Significant Green-Eyed Redhead: She leads the Department of Continuity and is the daughter of a member of the Rough Bunch.

     Madame . 44 (Jeanne Walker)
  • Action Mom: Mother of Jonni Thunder and grandmother of Jakeem Thunder, and Marshal of Space at the Department of Continuity.
  • Battle Couple: Back in the Wild West with her husband John Tane/J'onn J'onzz.
  • Guns Akimbo: Wields two futuristic revolvers, similar to those of Rip Hunter.
  • Locked Out of the Loop: She wasn't aware of John's real identity while they were married.
  • Really 700 Years Old: Like her daughter, ever since she was recruited by The Monitor she has remained young since the 19th Century.
  • Related in the Adaptation: Thanks to her relationship with Jonni Thunder, she's become the maternal grandmother of Jakeem Thunder.

     Hot Pursuit (Patty Spivot)
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  • Action Mom: Patty would become the adopted mother of Tommy Spivot a.k.a Tommy Blake, the son Thomas Blake/Catman and Jade Nguyen/Cheshire who's death was faked by his aunt, Artemis Crock, who gives him to a new family to live a better and safer life. She also happens to be a speedster and an experienced police officer.
  • Adorkable: Patty is a science nerd at heart and gets into several dorky conversations with Barry.
  • Amicable Exes: She and Barry used to date each other and was his first kiss before they broke up and remain friends.
  • Badass Biker: Definitely. How many other bikers can say their bike is powered by the Speed Force?
  • Cool Bike: Patty has a Department of Continuity motorcycle that processes the speed force better than her suit allowing her to go faster and longer but she usually uses it to travel to the precinct through a stable wormhole generated with a large amount of speed force energy.
  • Fair Cop: She's a D.E.O. metacrime agent and also a Temporal Enforcement Agent of the Department Of Continuity. And quite attractive.
  • Hot Scientist: Blood analyst for the CCPD and the D.E.O., Barry finds her quite attractive.
  • One Of These Is Not Like The Others: Unique among the speedsters of Earth 27. As she's actually not a metahuman speedster but she relies entirely on her Speed Force-powered motorcycle.
  • Secret Keeper: One of the people who knows Barry Allen is The Flash.

     Mr. Wiki (Rozkywiki of The Rocks)
  • Humanoid Aliens: He's from an amphibian alien race known as the Fearnar.
  • Size Shifter: He can grow and shrink his limbs via his Limited Body Elacticity.

     Continuity Cop (Th'Blokivae Buzantimu)


     Bigby Wolf 
The Big Bad Wolf himself. A reverse-lycanthrope, a wolf who can take the shape of man, Bigby is the Sheriff of Danny the Street and the chief enforcer of the "Fabletown Compact."

  • The Atoner: He's fully aware of how many people he killed in his bad old days and isn't proud of it.
  • Bad Guys Do the Dirty Work: Cites this as one of the main reasons he is pegged to be the Sheriff of Danny the Street, and states that keeping the really evil things he has to do for the greater good from his bosses is one of his most prominent duties.
  • The Big Bad Wolf: The very same, except that now he's only one part-time due to becoming a werewolf.
  • Blow You Away: As he is the son of the North Wind, Bigby has control over the lower-tier winds, plus the ability to exhale air with the force of a hurricane.
  • Blue and Orange Morality: Bigby was raised and lived as a pure wolf for centuries before conforming to civilization, and has a rather interesting sense of right and wrong. He cares nothing for morality outside of keeping one's "pack" and "territory" safe, and judges weakness, incompetence, irresponsibility and disloyalty far more harshly than malevolence.
  • Healing Factor: Bigby is capable of rapid recovery from even the most grievous of injuries (i.e. impalement) and can do so without any visible scarring.
  • Kryptonite Factor: Silver does far more lasting damage to Bigby than any other substance. If injured by a silver weapon, it will take him much longer to heal than it would from being injured by a weapon composed of conventional material.
  • Our Werewolves Are Different: He's a massive wolf transformed into a human, and he can both partially and fully transform back into his true form.

     Snow White 
Deputy Mayor of Fabletown, ex-wife of Prince Charming and the one really running the place as the chief representative.

  • Deadpan Snarker: Her cynical, yet witty mind enables her to spew venom when the situation calls for it.


     Jack Horner 



     Prince Charming 

Other Supporting characters

     Julie Madison

     Vesper Fairchild

     Silver St. Cloud

  • Alliterative Name: Silver St. Cloud.
  • Mystical White Hair: She has silvery blonde hair, although there's no particular reason behind it.
  • Secret Keeper: One of the few outside the Bat-Family and fellow heroes that's aware of Bruce's secret identity.
  • Spared by the Adaptation: Sort of. Silver St. Cloud was killed when Onomatopoeia kidnapped her in the comics. In this universe, she was just placed into a coma with her fate unknown.

     Vicki Vale
  • Alliterative Name: Vicki Vale.
  • Fatal Flaw: Vicki honestly admits she is constantly tempted to write a story revealing that Bruce Wayne is Batman.
  • Going for the Big Scoop: Much like her journalistic peer, Lois Lane, Vicki Vale tends to get in over her head in dangerous situations.
  • Intrepid Reporter: Vicki is an award-winning reporter and among the best journalists in the world today. Her skills are easily comparable to those of excellent investigative reporters like Lois Lane and Clark Kent.
  • Secret Keeper: She's aware of Bruce's secret identity and even provided a few alibis for him.

     Nora Fries

  • Happily Married: He and Victor were very happy together.
  • Human Popsicle: In order to find a cure for her condition, she's in a cryogenic sleep until Victor can find a cure.
  • The Lost Lenore: For Victor Fries.
  • Morality Chain: She was what kept Victor from sinking in his misanthropic mindset.

     Elaine Belloc

     Papa Midnite (Jack)

  • Affably Evil/Faux Affably Evil: Straddles the line between the two, especially around Constantine.
  • Composite Character: While his backstory is from the 2005 miniseries, his appearance is based on the Constantine movie.
  • Borrowin' Samedi: He will get into traditional Samedi dress when he's getting ready to perform magic, although his top hat is usually brown. No matter what he's doing, he still got the "Scary Black Man in a really nice suit" thing down.
  • Hollywood Voodoo: He's a voodoo practitioner, and has a couple of zombie servants. However, it shows him performing some nice representations of rituals, averting the trope.
  • Necromancer: Can raise Voodoo Zombies through a ritual with the Loa.
  • Nice Hat: His fedora hat.
  • Only One Name: He probably doesn't have one, and if he does, he's not telling.
  • Really 700 Years Old: He was born during the 18th century and hasn't aged thanks to a ritual that gave him immortality.
  • The Rival: Of John Constantine.
  • Witch Doctor: Gives off vibes of this, using a lot more medical practices (for evil) alongside his magic.
  • Worthy Opponent: While he and Constantine genuinely dislike each other. There are signs that they also respect each others abilities.

     Julia Kapatelis

  • Adventurer Archaeologist: She's far more respectful of the items and cultures she's studying than most examples, but given the often magical and sought after by villains nature of archeological artifacts in the DCU pretty much all archaeologists therein have to be rather adventurous
  • Old Friend: Has known Diana for many years, and they have recently reconnected.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: Her daughter Vanessa looks very similar to her, at least before her transformation into the Silver Swan.

     Tammie Westerman

  • Author Avatar: Of Co-Creator Roy Westerman's wife, Tammie Ann Westerman.
  • Almighty Mom / Mama Bear: Tammie is a serious mother bear. Word to the wise, do not mess with her husband or her kids, unless you're prepared for a beatdown, whether verbal or physical.
  • Composite Character: She is a composite character with Sharon Vance/Strange Visitor. She has Sharon's backstory.
  • Grammar: Tammie's spelling and grammar leaves something to be desired. She has a knack for coming up with her own words like "flustrated" which drives her husband crazy.
  • The Medic: As a former nurse and paramedic, Tammie is an excellent provider of emergency medical care.
  • Multicolored Hair: Tammie has two streaks of neon colored hair. The pink streak is for autism awareness and the blue is in memory of her son, Joshua.
  • Outliving One's Offspring: To her son Joshua Dean Westerman.
  • Recovered Addict: Once a heavy drinker and social smoker, Tammie has abstained from such drugs completely for several years, having successfully quit cold turkey the week she started dating Roy. She claims she has no interest in going back, having replaced those habits completely with more harmless addictions like smartphone games.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: Tammie is afraid of spiders. She cannot even stomp on a tiny little one and has been known to hide in a bedroom until her husband got home because she saw a spider near the bedroom door, blocking her exit.

     Winifred "Winnie" Schott
  • Cain and Abel: The Abel to her brother Anton's Cain.
  • Composite Character: She's based on Darci Mason, an android built by Toyman for companionship as well as Doll Face. She's also a composite of Winn Schott from Supergirl (2015) series, like Winn she's a co-worker of Karen Starr at StarrWare.
  • Daddy's Little Villain: At least she helped her father place Jack Nimball's consciousness inside Jack-In-The-Box, but her true morality isn't clear.
  • Gadgeteer Genius: Winnie has considerable ability to design, repair, network, hack, edit, manage and understand the most sophisticated workings of a computer. This includes both hardware and/or software as it relates to computer systems.
  • It's Personal: Winnie does not like talking about her family or her past.
  • Mad Scientist's Beautiful Daughter: Her father was rather average even before going crazy, but she's lovely.
  • Statuesque Stunner: She's 175cm tall and quite beautiful.

     Suzy Linden
  • Composite Character: She's based on the second Suzy Linden, a clone of the original, and Flora Black, the second Black Orchid.
  • Green Thumb: As a hybrid, she has a plant based variety of powers connected to the Green.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: She's a plant-human hybrid.
  • Happily Adopted: Ystina took care of her and her "sister" when she found them.
  • Multicolored Hair: Her hair is purple at the front.
  • The Needless: She can absorb nutrients from the air.
  • Sibling Yin-Yang: While Alba became interested with magic and joined Dark Justice, Suzy preferred to live a more normal life. That hasn't prevented her from being a Weirdness Magnet.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: Any sort of weedkiller can cause damage to Suzy's unique physiology.
  • Weirdness Magnet: While she may want a more "normal life", she's friends with two ghosts, a girl with four parents, an amateur mage bonded with a friendly demon, a half-human half-devil, several mages and superheroes and much more. As Dream of the Endless points out, she's rather normal when compared to her friends.

     Sebastian Hady
  • Corrupt Politician: He's on the payroll of several powerful Gotham criminals, like Rupert Thorne and Oswald Cobblepot.
  • Punny Name: His initials are S. Hady, Shady. Which obviously fits his disposition.

     Bibbo Bibbowski 
  • The Ghost: He's been mentioned on Chris and Thara's Bio, but he hasn't made a physical appearance yet.
  • Repetitive Name: Bibbo Bibbowski.

     April O'Neil 

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