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The Legends

A mysterious figure called Rip has shown himself capable of finding diamonds in the rough, tracking down heroes hard on their luck or criminals looking to balance the karma in their ledger. This man of mystery offers these peculiar heroes a home and a chance to right their wrongs, promising everything from a sense of purpose, riches, or a chance at a wiped clean criminal record... provided that when he calls with an assignment, they answer the call and do so until their contract is up (which can range from ongoing to years to a handful of months or even a single mission).

How Rip manages to fulfill his promises remains to be seen but rumor is that this Rip is connected to a mysterious organization with vast connections.

The type of work that is required of the Legends seems to be picking up what falls through the cracks. The tasks given to them run the gambit of minor and seemingly random (like secretly making sure that some widower accountant has a 'chance' encounter with a particular single mother) to world-saving and nigh-impossible (stopping an assassination attempt in Atlantis or rescuing a kidnapped alien princess from Apokalypse).

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    In General 
  • Anti-Hero Team: Much more lax on killing than Team Arrow, Bat Family or the Outsiders.
  • Amazon Brigade: With the exception of Rip Hunter and Danny the Street, all known members of The Legends are females. This is also been lampshaded by the team aliases are known as "Rip's Angels" or "Danny's Angels".
  • Badass Crew: They're a group consisting of some of the renowned badasses in Earth-27.
  • Chronic Hero Syndrome: Much to Rip's frustration, the team insists on being heroes even when it's in their best interests to lay low.
  • Composite Character: While based on their Legends of Tomorrow incarnation, but they consist mostly of original members who haven't even appeared in said series.
  • Destructive Savior: Things have a tendency to get chaotic while they're doing their heroics.
  • Eldritch Location: Danny The Street also serves as the Legends' Headquarters and their primary mode of transport.
  • Janitor Impersonation Infiltration: One of the disguises the Legends use on missions.
  • Ragtag Bunch of Misfits: The Legends are composed of a former League of Assassins member, an archer from Team Arrow, a Titans alumna who is the daughter of Deathstroke, a C-List Reformed Criminal and a Human Alien.
  • True Companions: Ultimately the Legends come to see themselves as one big (dysfunctional) family.

     Rip Hunter 
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Team Leader. Man of Mystery. Works for a mysterious benefactor. Claims to know just about any famous person brought up in conversation.


  • Adaptational Backstory Change: Rather than a time traveling hero working for the Time Masters and Linear Men in the comics, here he's working for the Department of Continuity so the timeline remains stable.
  • Badass Beard: Had some pretty nice facial hair to go with his trenchcoat.
  • Badass Longcoat: He sports a brown trenchcoat.
  • Badass Normal: He has no powers, only equipped with a high tech, futuristic revolver. Also, while not quite to the level of Sara or Thea, he is still quite an exceptional fighter.
  • Beleaguered Boss: The Legends are initially led by the long suffering Rip, who is Authority in Name Only, as no one listens to his orders.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Naturally.
  • Team Dad: He is a rather begrudging one. He's essentially taking care of group of nine-year-olds who won't listen to him.
  • The One Guy: The only male currently at the Legends.

     White Canary (Sara Lance) 
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Field Commander. The first recruit of Rip's newest incarnation of Legends. Having put a lot of red in her ledger from past sins committed as a member of the League of Assassins, Sara is looking to win back the favor of the hero community, but more importantly, restore her faith in herself as a human being.


  • Action Mom: She and Thea later adopts Komodo and Shado's daughter Tag and later renamed her as Cynthia Lance.
  • Amazon Chaser: Sara's not exactly picky, but she's shown an attraction to Action Girls.
  • Animal Motifs: She loved canaries long before she joined the LoA.
  • Badass Bisexual: She's bisexual and a kickass fighter.
  • Badass Family: She's the daughter of Laurel Drake/Songbird and Dinah's younger sister.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Sara is a very fun, nice young woman. And a trained (by Ra's Al-Ghul, no less) assassin with a notable body count.
  • Bifurcated Weapon: Her Weapon of Choice are two Telescoping Staff that she can detach if she wants to go Dual Wielding.
  • Biker Babe: She's frequently seen riding motorcycles.
  • Boobs of Steel: A busty fighter who is highly competent in hand-to-hand and several weapons.
  • But Not Too Bi: Strangely enough, towards opposite sex partners. She hooks up with women all the time.
  • Color Character: White Canary.
  • Genius Bruiser: On top of being an expert martial artist with League of Assassins training, she demonstrates proficient biology and technology skill which she learned from Ivo and the League (enough to make Felicity jealous).
  • Good Is Not Soft: As nice and fun-loving she might be, she is still a deadly fighter who is not afraid to take a life when the need arises.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold
  • Light Is Good: In contrast to her older sister as Black Canary, her look as the White Canary is as it sounds.
  • Le Parkour: One of her many skills learned from the League of Assassins.
  • Make Me Wanna Shout: Like her mother and older sister, she inherited the Canary Cry.
  • Meaningful Appearance: Her costume as the White Canary is white, and she's chosen for the team specifically because she's a merciless assassin.
  • Morality Pet: To Thea Queen.
  • Nice Girl: Apart from being a trained and deadly assassin with occasional bouts of uncontrollable blood lust, Sara is a very friendly and fun-loving person.
  • Of Corsets Sexy: The White Canary costume is also a corset.
  • Official Couple: With Thea Queen.
  • Simple Staff: Sarah mainly uses a staff that can disconnect to form batons as her primary weapon (though was shown to be skilled with other weapons as well).
  • Your Cheating Heart: Sara was manipulated and forced by Nyssa's orders to hooking up Dinah's husband Ollie. Nyssa took advantage of Sara's hatred of her sister to make Sara do all sorts of things for years to come. After so much fighting, all it took was Dinah to admit she was wrong and apologize to bring Sara back... though with regrets.

     Sin (Thea Queen) 
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Sara's deputy, best friend and later girlfriend. More than Sara, Thea was devastated by the League of Assassins and Sara rescued her from suicide by alcohol. A deeply disturbed woman, Thea has more than her share of demons to work through, and Rip has promised to help her do just that.


  • Action Fashionista: Thea is notably the most fashion-oriented member of Team Arrow to date, but is a deadly fighter trained by a prominent former League of Assassins member.
  • Action Mom: She and Sara later adopt Komodo and Shado's daughter Tag and both later renamed her as Cynthia Lance.
  • Adaptational Sexuality: Thea in Arrowverse is straight. But in Earth 27 she's Bisexual.
  • Aloof Dark-Haired Girl: At her worst, Thea can be very rigid.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Her Sin outfit shows her tattooed midriff.
  • Belligerent Sexual Tension: Her and Sara's initial interaction was almost full of bickering.
  • Composite Character: Her looks and personality are taken from the Arrowverse. She's also a composite of Sin who is Black Canary's adopted daughter in the comic books.
  • Decomposite Character: In Arrow, Thea was a composite of Mia Dearden in the show. But here in Earth 27 she and Mia are separated characters to each other.
  • Cool Aunt: To Connor Hawke and Emiko Queen.
  • Cool Shades: She has purple lens glasses as Sin.
  • Cute and Psycho: Her dip at the Lazarus Pit did something to her psyche.
  • Drugs Are Bad: During a botched work with Helena that got her a concussion when a thug clocked her with 2x4 that Thea didn't stop in time, Thea felt added pressure to perform at levels that she was uncertain she could maintain. Eventually, the stress got to Thea and she turned to drugs.
  • Heroic Bastard: She is the product of an extramarital affair.
  • Important Haircut: During the months she spent with Malcolm, she cut her hair to chin length.
  • Morality Pet: To Sara Lance.
  • Official Couple: With Sara Lance.
  • Purple Is Powerful: Both her Arrowette and Sin costumes are lilac colors on it.
  • Raven Hair, Ivory Skin: She has very dark brown hair and her complexion is notably pale. She's also easy on the eyes.
  • Recovered Addict: Thea has substance abuse problems, having been addicted to drugs as a teenager and now alcohol. Sara is trying to help Thea with her substance abuse problem and limit her alcohol intake.
  • Seven Deadly Sins: Her codename Sin and her right arm tattoo represent the seven deadly sins. She killed seven brothers leaving the name of one of the seven sins near their body, Thea was given the name Khatiya (or Sin in arab) and she memorized the deed by tattooing her flesh.
  • You're Not My Father: She refuses to accept Malcolm Merlyn as her father.
  • Tattoo as Character Type: She has a tattoo with a list of seven deadly sins on her arm. She has a second tattoo on her belly, a spiral with seven spots, that symbolizes the fall into the seven sins and her first seven targets.

     Ravager (Rose Worth-Wilson) 
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Daughter of Deathstroke, Titan alumna, and all-around badass. Rose joined up to 'have fun', 'have a roof over her head', 'have friends', or whatever other excuse she gives in conversation. Her actual reason for joining is known to only herself and Rip.


  • Anti-Hero: Strongly Pragmatic one. Rose will not only be able to hold her own against the likes of Batman and Black Canary (with help from her enhanced physical attributes and mental processing power), but she could have skills like piloting helicopters, advanced first aid, and other particularly useful skills.
  • Bare Your Midriff: Her civilian costume shows her navel.
  • Birds of a Feather: Coincidentally, she and Helena Bertinelli share the same birthday.
  • Dark Action Girl: She's a strange case. She's a mercenary... but seemingly prefers to not kill and takes jobs to prevent contract killings. She's not averse to killing, however, and will maim at the drop of a dime.
  • Deadpan Snarker: A classic wit of her character. She's quick with sardonic remarks, especially at the Legends' expense.
  • Dual Wielding / Katanas Are Just Better: She currently wields twin energy katanas that can cut through anything except flesh, and briefly merge into an energy shield.
  • Eyepatch of Power: Just like her dad.
  • Eye Scream: Slade had El Penitente experiment on Rose, in hopes of making her a candidate for their upcoming plans on Gotham. With the brainwashing nearly complete, the Titans showed up to rescue their compromised comrade and made a permanent enemy out of her father. Rose realized her father was still spying on the Titans through her left eye (the only working eye Slade had himself) by way of their psychic connection. Proving her loyalty as a Titan above all, Rose borrowed a batarang and carved out her left eye, the shock severing much of the psychic link between father and daughter for good.
  • Has a Type: She mentions she has a thing for redheads.
  • Outnumbered Sibling: She has two half-brothers and she's the only daughter of Slade Wilson.
  • Photographic Memory: Rose can perfectly remember and instantly recall everything that she have ever experienced, encountered or learned in her lifetime. She needs only to read, hear or see something once and she will never forget it. Her mind has unlimited storage capacity for any and all kinds of memories and knowledge without any burden.
  • Seers: She has limited precognition, which is later explained as her brain going into overdrive and analyzing every detail it can to give her a clear mental picture of probable events.
    • Combat Clairvoyance: She is sometimes able to use her precognitive abilities to 'see' her opponent's next moves, although her visions come and go.
  • With Great Power Comes Great Insanity: Injected with the same serum that enhanced her father Deathstroke, Rose has increased reflexes, stamina, and strength, but is also prone to psychotic episodes.
  • White Hair, Black Heart: Rose has beautiful white hair, but is an unrepentant Professional Killer and Blood Knight.
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     Roxy Rocket (Roxanne Sutton) 
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Pilot extraordinaire and all-around adrenaline junkie, Roxie has decided to try being a good guy for a bit (though she doesn't know if she'll go 'straight for good' yet). Rip has promised her a shot at a clean record if she sticks with him.


  • Affably Evil: The only reason she's considered evil is because of her tendency to endanger others with her love for thrills.
  • Fiery Redhead: Moved from crime mostly for the kicks.
  • Goggles Do Nothing: In her case, she wears them whenever she rides.
  • Ms. Fanservice: She has a nice figure and wears a form-fitting out that provides a cleavage
  • Reformed Criminal: Not that she was very evil to begin with, but now she helps save the world while doing all sorts of dangerous things rather than provoking them.
  • Thrill Seeker: The main reason she became a criminal in the first place.

     Tanga 
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Alien powerhouse. Tanga does not make a very good hero, even though she has all the powers to be a great one. The Lantern Corps has grown tired of having her under their supervision and were eager to quietly hand her off to Rip.


  • Adaptive Ability: She can adapt to survive different conditions, although it's not clear if it's a species thing or she's special.
  • Batman Can Breathe in Space: Somehow she developed the ability to survive in the vacuum of outer space.
  • Color Motif: Purple.
  • Flight: Can levitate.
  • Hero with an F in Good: She may have good intentions and has all that's necessary to become a hero, but her clumsiness turn her into a nuisance.
  • Human Aliens: She's not that different from a human besides her skin and pointy ears.
  • Token Non-Human: She's currently the only alien on the Legends team.
  • X Days Since: She will be free from being supervised by the Lanterns if she can go a whole year without incident. Her current record: 3 days.

     Danny The Street 
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