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A Kryptonian who was raised on Earth.
- Broken Pedestal: OL (both Renegade and Paragon) dislike him for how he treats Superboy, especially since the man is Kon's idol and is known to be desperate to have any Kryptonian connection.
- Clark Kenting: It annoys the heck out of OL. Unlike the comics where he hides it through different posture and baggy clothes, here his disguise is literally just glasses and different clothes. It still works somehow.
- Damned by Faint Praise: Invoked by OL in a rather backhanded assurance. OL told him that Superman was in his rights to reject Kon, when Superman was changing his mind about Kon and already felt guilty.
- Heel Realization: In the Paragon timeline, he has a change of heart and desired to know Kon better after Kon and the Team free the League from the Light.
- HeelFace Door-Slam: His attempts are soundly rejected by Paul, who is offended on Kon's behalf on how he treated Kon for the past months. He explained it in a rather rational way, though.
- After OL's trip in space, he helps Superman get closer to Superboy and helped find his long lost cousin Kara Zor-El.
- Intrepid Reporter: In his public identity.
- Jerkass Has a Point: While Paul admits he thinks Superman as cruel for rejecting Kon, he does have a point that it's unfair to expect of Superman to take on someone who was made without his consent and has no true obligation to.
A man who has dedicated his life to crime fighting. He is the adoptive father and mentor of Robin. He is also in charge of deploying the Team on missions.
- Crazy-Prepared: Batman takes the cake. He managed to take down Constantine, when John was under a spell that made him invisible and so that no one wanted to even look at him. Batman noticed that no one was going into a certain part of the room or even looking at that part of the room, so he started attacking it to make sure.
- By the time of the battle on the Watchtower, he's incorporated Crumbler tech into some of his batarangs, knowing how effective they are against lantern force fields.
- Dating Catwoman: Like in the comics, he's been previously involved with Selina Kyle and Talia Al Ghul. After Talia disowns her father in the Paragon timeline, the couple reunite and Bruce proposes to her. The two soon get married.
- Guttural Growler: Averted. Paul specifically mentions that his voice isn't nearly as deep as the nearly exaggerated one used by Christian Bale.
- Min-Maxing: How Paul relates Batman's stats when he assesses the league. His investigative abilities are high and his ability to donate large amount of money to disaster relief charities means that he's quite good at those as well. His vast plethora of equipment, tactical and strategic acumen means that he's basically never useless in combat, no matter how powerful the opponent. Not much use in space, though.
- Reasonable Authority Figure: Surprisingly reasonable.
- Stealth Hi/Bye: Manages to pull one on Orange Lantern while OL is looking directly at where he appeared.
- Thou Shall Not Kill/Technical Pacifist: While he doesn't like killing, he does acknowledge their work is dangerous and sometimes accidents happen. After the Clayface incident, he reveals to Paul that he was indirectly responsible for a street thug accidentally shooting his accomplice early in his career.
- You Are Too Late: Word of God reveals that he and Hawk Man were each preparing their own countermeasures to Nabu off-screen, and were coordinating to some extent, but they were moving so slowly due to other obligations and heroic activities that they were completely blindsided when Paul executed his plan.
An amazon formed from clay who wished to be involved in "Man's World". She is the mentor of Troia and Orange Lantern.
- All in the Manual: Word of God is that Diana should be equal to the Olympians. The only reason she isn't is because she thinks of herself as an augmented Amazon and daughter of Hippolyta instead of Gaea's daughter. As it stands, she's below top Olympians but lacks their drawbacks, and can match most elite New Gods.
- It's further clarified that the Goddess' blessings are actively impeding her full potential.
- Ambiguously Bi/Ambiguously Gay: While she has no noted Love Interest, she does come from a society where everyone is either a lesbian or bisexual.
- Ascended Extra: Had a handful of appearance in canon but is a major supporting character here.
- Author Appeal: Her increased involvement in story is due to her being one of the author's favorite characters.
- The Baby of the Bunch: She's the youngest Amazon on Themyscira and they treat her as such. Note that she's 85, which tells people what the Amazons think as young.
- Blood Knight: A milder example than most, but she's rather prideful about her combat skills and one of the few times Paul registers the light of Red (i.e Anger) in her is when she finds out that The Shade had been pretending to lose all the times the Justice Society fought him. She was a much more prominent example in her youth when she fought the Axis powers and their superhumans alongside the Justice Society.
- Chaste Hero: Much to the frustration of her Amazon aunts, she has had no known romances of any kind, with women or men. They accepted that finding love among the Amazons was probably too uncomfortable given they all raised her, but man's world has not changed her attitude. It's gotten to the point that the normally homonormative Amazons would be fine if she chose a husband if she'd just pick one already.
- Lady of War: Has years of combat training, she can wipe the floor with Superman. While Superman is technically a bit stronger than her physically, her combat skills outstrips his by a huge margin.
- The Mentor: She is Troia's mentor. On paper, Wonder Woman is sponsor for Orange Lantern, who's supposed to be Alan Scott's apprentice. Due to Alan being in his 90s and no way to recharge his own ring, she's functionally OL's mentor despite their very different powersets.
- She also becomes one to Superboy due to OL expressing concern for Superboy's training. She's one of the few that Superboy can safely fight hand-to-hand.
- Most Common Superpower: Averted. While this is one of her most notable traits in the actual comics, Paul specifically notes that she's more "realistically proportioned" in person. She's still rather busty, just not cartoonishly so.
- Ms. Fanservice: Is considered attractive by everyone, and is amused by it.
- Not So Above It All: She almost completely lacks negative emotional traits that Paul can pick up, with one exception - she's notably angered when Paul reveals that The Shade simply pretended to lose to her back in the 40's, as in reality he is far stronger than her and simply nerfed himself to give himself a challenge. While she doesn't have the temper she did back then, it still upsets her, which leads to...
- Not So Invincible After All: Diana herself notes this after her altercation with Shade, having come out with burns along her arms. While they will heal, it reminds her that she is not invulnerable.
- Older Than They Look: Has been around since World War II and still hasn't aged a bit. She notes that at 85, she's gotten a little broody.
- Parental Substitute: She has this rapport with Superboy. She later flat out adopts him as her son. In the Renegade timeline, she also adopts Match.
- Pride: OL notes she's prideful as a warrior; so when she found out that Shade was sandbagging her, she got angry for once. The next time they'd met, she had burns from sparring with Shade and would need a few days to recover.
- Rage Against the Mentor: Gets this from Grayven.
- Reasonable Authority Figure: Becomes OL and Superboy's mentor and acts as guide and voice of reason.
- Sexy Mentor: While Paul denies it, he does find Wonder Woman attractive. He tries to avoid those thoughts, especially after she adopts Superboy. Grayven flat out isn't interested in her at all.
- So Proud of You: Is proud that she became Paul's mentor and helped foster the person he became.
04-The Flash II/Barry Allen
The second holder of the Flash identity. He is also Kid Flash's uncle and mentor.
- The Ace: Out of all the Speed Force users, he's the fastest, and most skilled due to having been exposed to a perfected Garrick formula. Kid Flash ended up with a flawed version of the Garrick formula due to mixing it together with stuff he found in the attic, and Jay Garrick, the formulas creator, was limited by the equipment available in the 40's.
- Out of Focus: Rarely gets the spotlight.
- Super Speed: Is considered the fastest speedster.
05-Green Lantern 2814-A/Hal Jordan/Green Lantern Honor Guard
The first human chosen to be a member of the Green Lantern Corps.
- Boring, but Practical: His constructs are very basic and not very complicated, being giant boxing gloves and like. Which OL would make fun of him for. Paul himself finds out that Jordan's constructs hurt regardless of their boringness.
- By The Book Superhero: Jordan is very orderly and law-abiding which causes him to clash with OL's chaotic nature.
- Celebrity Resemblance: His ring sounds like Grey DeLisle.
- Frame-Up: The Renegade timeline reveals that he was dishonorably discharged because he was framed by one of his co-workers of selling US military secrets to other countries.
- Headbutting Heroes: He and OL do not get along due to their massive difference in ideology.
- Jerkass Has a Point: Says to Paul that even though he understands his powers are limited in usefulness compared to Paul's, he's willing to work within the (restrictive) rules because it allows him to protect his own homeworld from huge threats to it (Alien invasions, demons, mad scientists, etc.).
- Military Superhero
- What the Hell, Hero?: Gives OL one when OL decides to kill the Head of the Demon.
- Paul gives him one back on his treatment of Guy Gardner, as well as his not visiting the family of Abin Sur (the being he got the ring from) to pay his respects.
The king of Atlantis. He is the mentor of Aqualad.
- Cain and Abel: The Abel to Orm's Cain.
- The Good King: Is the beloved king of Atlantis.
- Happily Married: To his wife Mera.
- Heroic Bastard: Is the illegitimate son of the late queen of Atlantis and a surface dweller.
- Royals Who Actually Do Something: Is a powerful warrior who will defend his kingdom in times of danger.
07-Martian Manhunter/J'onn J'onzz
A Manhunter from the planet Mars. He is the uncle and mentor of Miss Martian.
- The Mentor: Deconstructed, it's noted that while he's a good superhero and the only Martian around on Earth, he's a terrible teacher. Both Paragon and Renegade OL call him out on exactly how bad things got in the disastrous training scenario, and how he is the one to blame not M'gann.
- Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: He and M'gann were largely responsible for the disasters that were Contingency and Reordered. Unlike M'gann, though, the mistakes he made could have been prevented with foresight, he could have assessed M'gann's abilities better and could have used a less intense scenario. M'gann's actions were purely accidental.
- Rage Against the Mentor: Gets a lot of this from Orange Lantern on M'gann's behalf.
- Shapeshifter Mode Lock: When he was branded by Paulphidian he could not access his shapeshifting until the brand was removed.
- What the Hell, Hero?: Is called out for being a terrible teacher to M'gann.
Joined Before the Start of the Story
08-Green Arrow/Oliver Queen
A hero from Star City and the mentor of Speedy, Red Arrow, and Artemis.
- Badass Beard
- Badass Normal: Even moreso than Batman, as he has less gadgets to rely on.
- In the Hood: Wore one when he stopped wearing a hat.
- The Mentor: He has mentored more people than any other hero in the Justice League.
- The Straight and Arrow Path: As expected.
- Straw Character: Has said to Paul that the original reason he joined the Justice League was to make sure an organization with so much power doesn't go to far in their mission.
A Thanagarian who is charged with observing Earth alongside his wife.
A Thanagarian who is charged with observing Earth alongside her husband.
11-Zatara/Giovanni Zatara/Doctor Fate
The father and mentor of Zatanna and a noted magician.
- Berserk Button: John Constantine, whom he blames for his wife's death.
- Doomed by Canon: In Paragon timeline, things play out the same as they did in the cartoon.
- Spared by the Adaptation: Gets to remain in control of his body due to Renegade!OL assimilating Nabu to force him to give Zatara his freedom.
- Exact Words: He swears to Nabu that he will let Nabu wear him. It doesn't take into account that an assimilated construct Nabu can be ordered by Grayven to allow Zatara to take him off.
- I Gave My Word: He said he would wear the helmet. He keeps it.
- The Mentor: Especially so in the Renegade timeline, where he and Nabu have a more symbiotic relationship and he teaches the order magic he learns from Nabu.
- Loophole Abuse: In the Renegade timeline, he has to wear the Helmet of Fate. He didn't say that he had to be controlled by Nabu, which Grayven exploits.
- The Lost Lenore: His wife, Sindella.
- Overprotective Dad: He is very protective of Zatanna, from not wanting her to join the Team, to being wary of her relationship with Paul.
- Parents in Distress: Zatanna, Paul, and Constantine are determined to rescue him from Nabu.
- Properly Paranoid: He is very protective of Zatanna, and by extension Paul, for good reasons. Zatanna is very inexperienced and her costume was initially very impractical before OL stepped in. He freaks out when Paul gets magical tattoos from Constantine because people who hang around Constantine tend to die or suffer horribly.
- Secret Identity: Averted, his real name and address is known to the public and he's a famous stage magician.
- Take Me Instead: He sacrifices himself to Nabu so that Zatanna would be free.
- With Friends Like These...: All of the League treats his possession by Nabu as if he died. They don't bother to tell his family or employees what happened to him; this causes Paul and Zatanna to seethe.
12-Captain Atom/Nathaniel Adams/Major Atom
A soldier who was transformed after an accident.
- Clear Their Name: The Team were able to prove Captain Adams' innocence and were able to apprehend General Eiling for his crimes and framing the former in the first place off-screen. This resulted in Captain Atom being promoted to Major.
- Energy Absorption
- Fish out of Temporal Water: The experiment that gave him his powers also shot him decades into the future.
- Flying Brick
- Flying Firepower
- Good Is Not Soft: Unlike most of his colleagues, Captain Atom is fine with killing supervillains if it is justified.
- Hand Blast
- Military Superhero: He is still active in the Air Force.
- Older Than He Looks: He was stuck in another dimension for decades and didn't age at all while there.
13-Black Canary/Dinah Lance
A superhero who is in a relationship with Green Arrow. She serves as the Team's combat instructor.
- Break the Haughty: Inflicted on her twice by Paragon!OL:
- In the Team's first hand-to-hand combat class, OL tricks her in giving them the upper hand by allowing him his ring and allowing him to put up a force field which allows him to easily curb-stomp her.
- She tries to give a therapy session to Paulphidian. It ends in disaster when she doesn't agree with Paulphidian that M'gann needs a better teacher and Paulphidian points her lack of credentials as a therapist.Paulphidian: Counselling? From you? Guy Gardner is trained as a counselor with several years experience working in criminal rehabilitation. You're a florist!
- Demoted to Extra: She doesn't have as much as a role as The Mentor as she does in canon because it mostly taken by Wonder Woman for Orange Lantern and Superboy.
- Make Me Wanna Shout
- Warrior Therapist: She acts as one to the rest of the Team, excluding Orange Lantern. As stated above, he doesn't really consider her appropriate for that position, as there are others in the League who are trained in that particular skill set.
14-Green Lantern 2814-C/John Stewart/Green Lantern 2814-A
The third human to become part of the Green Lantern Corps.
- Military Superhero
- Mundane Utility: Uses his Green Lantern to repair damage caused by superhero fights.
- Only Sane Man: The only Lantern that hasn't suffered some sort of trauma or have a dark backstory. Which is lampshaded when Paulphidian tries to tempt him, Stewart notes that he has nothing to tempt him with.
- Shout-Out: Part of his oath uses the line "It is by will alone I set my mind in motion" from Dune.
- Static Character: Is the most normal Lantern and it stays consistent.
- Teacher/Student Romance: In a relationship with his mentor, Katma Tui
15-Captain Marvel/William "Billy" Frederick Batson/Beowulf
A young boy who was chosen to become the champion of the wizard Shazam.
- Adorkable: Kind of ditzy and awkward, which kind of endears him to others. Even Teth Adom enjoys his company.
- He's very exuberant in explaining the merits of democracy to Teth Adom, even though he unintentionally undermines himself since he just cheerfully regurgitates the facts about democracy, and doesn't explain what actually makes the system superior, or what outweighs its flaws.
- All Your Powers Combined: Captain Marvel draws his powers from several different beings, from gods to mortals.
- Solomon grants Captain Marvel wisdom, which gives him increased mental ability.
- Hercules grants Captain Marvel strength, which gives him superhuman strength.
- Atlas grants Captain Marvel stamina, which gives him immense stamina and endurance. He can also accelerate his healing by concentrating on his wounds being repaired, but this requires sustenance from his body.
- Zeus grants Captain Marvel power, which gives him the ability to resist mystical attacks on his body.
- Achilles grants Captain Marvel courage, which gives him the ability to resist not only fear but also outside mental influence. This will not work if he is not concentrating on maintaining his control or aware of the attack.
- Mercury grants Captain Marvel speed, which gives him the ability to move at great speeds and fly.
- Dark and Troubled Past: Believed his parents to have been killed by bandits, and later found out that they were ritually sacrificed by their friend Theodore Adam.
- Incorruptible Pure Pureness: Is chosen as Shazam's champion because of his pure heart. Despite his rage at Theodore Adam, he is able to overcome it knowing that Adam will face justice.
- Despite being grievously maimed by demons, the moment he's healed he uses it to successfully convince Teth Adom the merits of democracy.
- Innocently Insensitive: He congratulates Superman on becoming a father when he finds out about Match, not knowing Superman's discomfort over his clones.
- Kid Hero: Since OL immediately knows who he is, this is played up more.
- Manchild: To those who don't know him.
- O.O.C. Is Serious Business: When he found out that Theodore Adam killed his parents, he was angry. When that he couldn't take on Black Adam because he had to seen with the League taking down the giant man-eating plants, he was furious!
- Only the Pure of Heart: Wields the Sword of Beowulf in the Renegade timeline and uses it to full effect.
- Also uses it in Paragon timeline to heal after being critically injured.
- Second Super-Identity: He goes by Beowulf and wields the Sword of Beowulf in his human form as well as joins the Team in the Renegade timeline.
- Super Empowering: Captain Marvel lets Mary Marvel and Lieutenant Marvel share his powers.
16-Red Tornado/John Smith
An android created by supervillain T. O. Morrow to infiltrate the Justice Society gained sentience. He serves as the Team's supervisor.
Joined in 2010
17-Green Lantern 2814-B/Guy Gardner/Green Lantern Honor Guard
The second human to become a member of the Green Lantern Corps.
A Terminan who crashed in America during the 1800s.
19-Speedy/Roy Harper/Red Arrow/William Harper
The first protege of Green Arrow. Actually a clone of the original Speedy.
20-Accomplished Perfect Physician/Yao Fei
A Chinese superhero who resisted his country's actions.
- Combat Medic: He's as good a fighter as he is a doctor.
- Make Me Wanna Shout: He can uses his abilities to heal and hurt.
- Not Hyperbole: His medical skill is literally perfect (it has to do with past lives).
- Thinking Up Portals: He has demonstrated the ability to create wormholes with his powers.
- Token Minority: He is a Chinese superhero who was recommended so that the Justice League would start picking more heroes from outside of the U.S.
A Lord of Order who possesses bodies in order to interact with the world.
- Adaptational Villainy: His actions are not excused as they were in canon and is seen as outright evil by Zatanna, Paul and Constantine, who have personal reasons to loathe him.
- Asshole Victim: In the Renegade timeline, although the League believe that Grayven was wrong to assimilate him, no one is exactly jumping to defend him.
- Deconstructed, as Renegade!Nabu is suffering from being forced to Grayven's bidding to such an extent that even Grayven feels bad to what he did to Nabu.Killing an evil being is justified. Torturing them is not, because it harms the spirit of the one doing it. It's getting to the point where I think I should look for a way to put him out of his misery.
- Deconstructed, as Renegade!Nabu is suffering from being forced to Grayven's bidding to such an extent that even Grayven feels bad to what he did to Nabu.
- Blue and Orange Morality: He sees things in terms of a balance between Order and Chaos and basis his actions and thoughts on that. If that means someone has to lose their body or be imprisoned indefinitely, so be it.
- Body Snatcher: He steals the body of the person wearing his helmet.
- Can't Take Criticism: His response to OL critiquing his less than stellar record against Klarion is to teleport away and sulk like a child.
- Clingy Costume: Once someone puts him on, he won't let go.
- The Dreaded: To evil wizards, as Orange Lantern notes.
- Experience Entitlement: He has this attitude towards OL, whom he dislikes due to his chaotic nature and inexperience in arcane matters.
- Fatal Flaw: The only thing that overpowers his pursuit of order is his desire of a body, especially a magical one. Renegade!OL exploits this to easily assimilate him for Zatara's safety.
- The Friend Nobody Likes: People respect Nabu but they don't trust him in the least. It's noteworthy that despite his death/assimilation none of the members of the League are especially saddened by it.
- Good Is Not Nice: Nabu is quite arrogant and takes any criticism personally. He also captures evil magic users and then keeps them locked up in his tower, presumably until they die of natural causes.
- Killed Off for Real: Destroying the mana battery ended up doing this to him.
- Knight Templar: Is fully dedicated to the pursuit of order but lets nothing stand in his way.
- Large Ham: Big time.
- Legacy Hero: Well, while the "Hero" bit is somewhat debatable, The Helmet of Nabu is passed along from person to person. Constantine, Zatanna, and OL all go to the original tomb in Bialya to find the resting place of all of Nabu's former hosts including his original alien body, which he used before transferring his consciousness into the helmet.
- Necessary Evil: Even for those who perceive him as being evil, it's noted that he's needed to prevent incidents like what Terror Thing and Klarion did from getting that far in the first place.
- The Nth Doctor: Technically there is only one Doctor Fate, but he needs a new host every time the old one dies.
- Order Versus Chaos: Despises people with chaotic natures like John Constantine or Orange Lantern on principle due to being a Lord of Order, which causes him considerable tension with chaos-natured allies. He'll work with them on dealing with threats, but doesn't enjoy their company.
- Sealed Good in a Can: How he seems like to everyone else. As a Lord of Order, he strives to uphold it and that usually falls into line with being a hero.
- Sealed Evil in a Can: How OL, John, and Zatanna perceive him to be after he takes Zatara's body. He has no regard to the lives of his hosts even before he got desperate. In Kent Nelson's journals, he would deliberately sabotage Nelson's relationships so he would wear Nabu more. He nearly traps Kid Flash and successfully traps Zatara.
- Taking You with Me: When OL and the others trap and prepare to drain him of his power, he prepares to destroy the mana battery and take them all with him.
- Weirdness Censor: Implied by Kent Nelson that there is something about Nabu that causes people to ignore his stranger actions. Which is why Kent's close friends didn't realize that Nabu was giving him serious problems and Paul and Constantine theorize why the League are accepting him despite basically enslaving Zatara.
A genius and hero who specializes in shrinking technology.
23-Plastic Man/Patrick "Eel" O'Brian
An ex-con who became a superhero thanks to an industrial accident.
- Immunity Disability: His mind can't be touched with telepathy. This prevents enemy telepaths from harming him, but also prevents him from hearing telepathic conversations his allies might be having, requiring them to actually talk to him in order for him to know what's going on.
- Plucky Comic Relief: He likes to make jokes using his shape-shifting skills.
- Voluntary Shapeshifting: His primary superpower.
Joined in 2011
24-Green Lantern/Alan Scott/Blue Lantern
The Green Lantern who was a member of the Justice Society. He returned as Blue Lantern after getting a blue ring from Paul.
25-Doctor Mist/Nommo Balewa
A millennia old magician.
26-Red Rocket/Dmitri Pushkin
A Russian soldier who pilots an advanced power armor made from the parts of an alien spacecraft.
The centuries old half-demon daughter of the Wizard. She had her demonic half purged and replaced with the angelic power of the severed wing of Archangel Gabriel.
21-Mister Miracle/Scott Free
A New God who joins the Justice League in order to keep a closer eye on Grayven.
22-Big Barda/Barbara Free
A New God who joins the Justice League in order to keep a closer eye on Grayven.
A former criminal and enemy of the original Flash. He joins the Justice League in order to ensure their survival until the New Light can make them obsolete.
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