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The Team

A Justice League black-ops team/superhero training program. While most of them are junior partners to various Justice League members, a growing number of them aren't associated with any Leaguer.

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    In General 

  • Kid Hero: Most of the team with the exception of Orange Lantern, who is an adult but joined due to having no superheroing experience.
  • Locked Out of the Loop: Grayven makes sure that they don't find out that he has Bane and Sportmaster as constructs.
    • Paul is working hard to make sure the rest of the team doesn't figure out that he and Zatanna are trying to kill Nabu, unless their powers are needed.
  • Morality Chain: Orange Lantern has to spend time with Team in order for his desires to align with theirs. In Renegade, it's thanks to them that Renegade hasn't gone off the deep end.
  • Sixth Ranger: This role changes hands quite a lot:
    • First it was Orange Lantern due a last-minute addition and his complete inexperience at superheroing.
    • Artemis due to being Green Arrow's "niece" and her shady background.
    • Zatanna due to showing up after the Team has already become very close and a bit inclusive.
    • In Paragon, Cornwall Boy due to having no connection to the League what so ever.
    • In Renegade, Celestial Archer due to being a Chinese superfunctionary.
    • Rocket due appearing after a new Team cohesion has been established and not being friends with any of them.
  • Super Empowering: Everyone in the Team gets an upgrade, in Paragon they get better stuff or the Danner Formula. In Renegade, most of them note  become New Gods.
  • Took a Level in Badass: In both timelines they go from rag-tag team to a cohesive and effective team. In Renegade, they become powerful enough to take on the League and win.

    B01-Robin/Richard "Dick" Grayson 
Batman's adopted son and protege.
  • Badass Normal: Has the highest martial prowess of the Team, to point that OL knows that he'll get his butt kicked if he fights him without the ring. Unlike in the Paragon timeline, Renegade!Robin chooses to remain normal despite Grayven's offer to turn him into a New God.
  • Batman Grabs a Gun: Being Batman's sidekick, he normally doesn't need one. In the Paragon timeline, he uses one that fires lasers against zombies.
  • Berserk Button: Doesn't like superpowered people looking down on Badass Normals for not having powers.
    • Is annoyed when OL corrects him while he speaks about supervillains.
  • Break the Haughty: He can be snotty and a tad hypocritical. Renegade especially breaks him out of this mindset.
  • Cursed with Awesome: Robin never wanted powers and hated how effortlessly Paulphidian forced it on him. But he does admit that the super durability is awesome.
  • Empowered Badass Normal: After receiving the Danner Formula against his will in the Paragon timeline.
  • Famed In-Story: Is famous for being Batman's partner to the point of having Gemma Masters and Cornwall Boy squee over him when they first meet.
  • Hypocrite: Wanted Renegade!OL to be more open with his secrets but demands his own privacy (possibly a reference to the original 1998 Young Justice comic series, where Robin was obligated to keep his identity a secret by Batman, who was considered an urban legend at the time).
  • Leader Wannabe: In the Paragon timeline, he wants to be leader but is considered too young and not much of a team player. In their earlier missions, he breaks off formation to prove his own skill while Aqualad and OL held the team together. He improves later on.
  • Nigh-Invulnerability: Due to the Danner Formula, he is so tough that Killer Croc broke his fist punching him.
  • Only Sane Man: In the Renegade timeline, he's the only one who has truly seen Grayven at his worst and does not trust him in the least.
  • Sacrificial Lion: In the Paragon timeline, his death completely changes the tone of the training scenario, turning what's supposed to a training exercise into a fight for their lives. It's also the first time he understands just how outmatched he was against superhuman opponents once the simulation ends.]
  • Signature Laugh: He has one where he cackles in an annoying way to disturb enemies.

    B02-Aqualad/Kaldur'ahm 
Aquaman's protege, and leader of the Team.
  • Bit-by-Bit Transformation: In the Renegade timeline, he is slowly losing his Atlantian parts due to the New God upgrade and no longer has visible gills.
  • The Leader: The leader of The Team due to being the most level-headed.
  • Love Hurts: Losing Tula to Garth hurts him, but he tries not to let it affect him on the job.
  • Magic Knight: A very proficient physical and magical fighter.
    • An Ice Person: He gains the ability to generate Ice shortly after gaining Ocean Master's Trident.
    • Dousing: He's learned to use his Waterbearers to douse for people.
    • Invisibility with Drawbacks: The Blessing of Squid Ink can make him both invisible and slightly intangible, but it wears off if he makes too many fast or hard movements.
    • Making a Splash: He can control water using Ocean Master's Trident or his Waterbearers.
    • Shock and Awe: He can generate electricity from his tattoos.
  • Only Sane Man: Often the one dealing with everyone else's crazy.
  • Power Tattoos: He uses his tattoos as a conduit for his magic.
  • Prongs of Poseidon: He possesses Ocean Master's Trident after OL cuts off his hands.
  • Supporting Leader: He's the leader of the team, but this is OL's story.
  • The Stoic: Expresses very little on his face.
    • Not So Stoic: The reveal that Red Arrow is the mole is the first time Aqualad gets truly angry.
      • And he's absolutely ecstatic when Tula joins the Team, the love he has for her literally coloring his words.
      • Encountering a Fear Elemental was the first time he openly expresses fear.
  • Took a Level in Badass: He's steadily been improving his magical and combat abilities as the fic progresses.
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    B03-Kid Flash/Wallace "Wally" West 
Flash's nephew and protege.
  • A Day in the Limelight:Zigzag is centered around him and his attempts at unraveling the formula against antagonist speedsters.
  • Arbitrary Skepticism: Initially does not believe in magic, despite his long-time friend Aqualad coming from a society that uses magic over technology (and uses magic a lot himself). Later on he accepts it and works towards learning Alchemy himself. Somewhat justified in that one of his earliest enemies was Abra Kadabra, a time-traveler who faked magic using extremely advanced technology from the 40th century (and has ironically begun learning real magic since then).
  • Big Eater: Kid Flash eats far more than a person his size should be able to consume.
    • This is later Deconstructed; Orange Lantern, Wally, and Jay Garrick theorize that Wally's heightened metabolism was caused by an impurity in his replication of the Garrick Formula. It's later shown that Wally is actually quite bothered by his eating disorder and dreads dealing with it for the rest of his life.
    • He is cured this aspect in the Renegade timeline, where the New God upgrade increases his super-speed and fixes the impurity caused by his Garrick Formula, fixing his eating disorder. He's understandably ecstatic.
  • Flat-Earth Atheist: In the beginning, he was skeptical of the existence of magic, despite several people actually using it, such as the Atlanteans, or the Martians.
  • The Friends Who Never Hang: Outside of the Garret experiments, he is the friend OL of both timelines spend the least time with. Early on, OL is often a little embarrassed by his unrestrained flirting with female characters, especially older ones like Black Canary and Firebrand II.
  • Likes Older Women: Shamelessly flirts with women years older than him, even Black Canary, who's in a committed relationship with Green Arrow.
  • Official Couple: He and Artemis have been going out for a month by the time of A Star Reborn.
  • Skeptic No Longer: Disabused of his disbelief in magic, especially since he's now studying alchemy to crack the Garrick Formula.
    • He's created multiple recipes of alchemical potions that have different results, including one that changes hair color and healing potions.
  • Took a Level in Badass: In Zigzag, he learns how to steal kinetic energy from Max Mercury, a speedster at his level, allowing him to slow down faster speedsters.

    B04-Superboy/Kon-El/Conner Kent 
A Human/Kryptonian/Genomorph hybrid clone made by the Light from the DNA of Superman and Lex Luthor.
  • Bald of Awesome: His hair is burned off during the fight with the Burning Martian, so he decides to go bald for a short time. It grew back though.
  • Bio-Augmentation: In the Paragon!timeline, Superboy gets the Danner Formula and becomes half-metahuman with an increased gain in strength and durability. In the Renegade timeline, he becomes a full Kryptonian.
  • Character Development: Goes from angry, neglected Tyke Bomb to a more happier, more confident person in both timelines.
  • Defusing The Tykebomb: A literal and metaphorical example. Superboy allowed M'gann and OL to check him for implanted mental triggers and a good deal of his development is learning how to live for himself.
  • Eye Beams: Gained these as a blessing of Helios after the battle with Oceanus.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: Is a Kryptonian-Human-Genomorph hybrid. The human side gets rectified in both timelines- turned to full-kryptonian in Renegade, and in the Paragon the human bits get enhanced with the Danner Formula.
  • Happily Adopted: Gets adopted by Wonder Woman.
  • Heat Vision: As a reward for punching out Oceanus, Helios granted Kon this. It's much stronger than Superman's, but it has less precision.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: Is one of OL's closest friends.
  • Ho Yay: Constantly with OL, especially before Superboy and Miss Martian become intimate. It's mostly on OL's part, Superboy seems rather ignorant of his friends interest in him.
  • Hot-Blooded: is very hot-headed and gets angry pretty easily.
  • Innocent Inaccurate: Doesn't see anything strange about his friendliness to OL.
  • Loyal Phlebotinum: His Nth metal armor is modified to work only for him, to everyone else it's just a suit.
  • Mistaken for Gay: Due to his interactions with OL, his teammates and classmates think that he might be gay.
  • No Social Skills: Due to being Really Was Born Yesterday clone, he had little in social graces. This being fixed through the efforts of Miss Martian, Orange Lantern and Wonder Woman.
  • Power Armor: His Nth-metal armor allows him to fly and gives him considerable protection.
  • Power of the Sun: Sunlight makes him more powerful and heal better. Which is why, after some convincing, Kon chooses Helios as his patron god.
    • Power Glows: When Helios blesses Kon-El, he glows radiantly as it empowers his Kryptonian half.
  • Rags to Royalty: Due to his adoption, Kon is now a Themysciran prince and Diana's heir.
  • Single-Target Sexuality: Possibly, Superboy shows no romantic interest in anyone at all prior to Miss Martian, possibly as a result of his No Social Skills.
  • Smart People Play Chess: Joins the chess club at his school and is noted to play at a master level.
  • Smarter Than You Look: People are pretty surprised when Conner does well in school and turns to be pretty good at chess.
  • Sugar-and-Ice Personality: He can be cold and distant but has a soft side that he shows to M'gann, OL and Diana.
  • Unfortunate Name: In both timelines, he finds out that "Kon" mean abomination in Kryptonian. To OL and Miss Martian's credit, they had no idea that it meant anything when they were naming him.
  • Wreathed in Flames: In Titanfall, Helios empowers him with a solar flare and it does this to him. He then throws himself at Oceanus to become a fire missile and nuke the titan.

    B05-Miss Martian/M'gann M'orzz/Megan Morse 
Martian Manhunter's niece and protege.
  • Bizarre Sexual Dimorphism: This is the reason to why she goes out of her way to look and act human. Her true White Martian form doesnt look anything close to human, much less traditionally feminine.
  • Character Development: While M'gann is always perky, she had considerable self-esteem issues due the Fantastic Racism she suffered. Her self-confidence grows she slowly grows to be more comfortable with herself and her powers. Renegade!M'gann becomes a Red Martian, while Paragon!M'gann grows to accept her White Martian by visibly applying it.
  • Color-Coded for Your Convenience
    • Renegade!M'gann, as a Red Martian, loses her species' phobia of fire and loses the stigma of being a White Martian while gaining a considerable power boost.
    • After being confronted with her Martian heritage in J'onn J'aarkn, the captive Burning Martian, and Mistress Martian, she comes out as a White Martian. She even changes her skin color and hair to showcase her new found acceptance.
  • Feminine Women Can Cook: She loves to cook and bake. It's how she bonds with the team, particularly with Paul, who also does all the cooking.
  • Forced Sleep: Using her telepathy, she can force this onto others.
  • Glass Cannon: She is noted to be very powerful but has the poorest defenses and armor because it will mess with her shape-shifting.
  • Good Is Not Soft: She is the nicest person on the Team, but she tears into Grayven for considering joining the Light.
  • Master Actor: M'gann is very good at getting the mannerisms, voice and attitude of the people she impersonates, and is considering going into acting.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: Paragon!M'gann is horrified how her actions in the training simulation led to Paul fusing with the Ophidian.
  • Pyromaniac: Renegade!M'gann develops a fascination with fire after she becomes a Red Martian, finding it quite beautiful. She gains the creepy habit of lighting matches to watch them burn.
  • Official Couple: Begins a romantic relationship with Superboy.
  • Psychic Block Defense: She is training with Brainwave to improve hers and she's the Team's by proxy.
  • Psychic Powers: She is a Martian, after all.
  • Raven Hair, Ivory Skin: M'gann takes it a step further by being monochrome in color with her black bob-cut and paper-white skin. Paul finds the look rather striking.
  • Shapeshifting: A trait of her race. With the information she gained from J'aarkn, she managed to become skilled enough to incorporate different forms to mimic things like echolocation.
  • Shapeshifter Showdown: Against the Burning Martian.
  • Telepathy: She's noted by several people to be among the strongest telepaths of Mars, but because of her race she isn't offered a tuition. She receives training from a human telepath to further her skill with it.
  • Took a Level in Badass: She goes from rookie to being able to best other telepaths on par with her Uncle and even Burning Martians in the Paragon Timeline.

    B06-Orange Lantern 2814/Paul/Grayven 

    B07-Speedy/Red Arrow/Roy Harper/William Harper 
Green Arrow's first protege. Actually a clone of the original Speedy made by the Light.
  • Cloning Blues: For a while, he's depressed about not being the "real Roy". Thankfully, he gets over it in the Paragon timeline after the original is rescued. The two actually seem to get along with no problem.
  • The Complainer Is Always Wrong: OL views him as this most of the time, especially on the mole topic. Red Arrow is actually right, but HE'S the mole on the team. The real Speedy has been under Cadmus lockdown for most of his career.
  • Headbutting Heroes: He and OL do not get along in either timeline. OL especially doesn't like how poorly Red Arrow treats his teammates.
  • Hot-Blooded: OL loves using it against him to get him mad. Paul is condescending and polite, while Grayven flirts with him.
  • Ineffectual Loner: Paul is of the opinion that Red Arrow would be a lot more effective if he would actually ask people for help or try to communicate with others.
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    B08-Artemis/Artemis Crock 
Green Arrow's second protege and niece. She's not actually not related to Green Arrow. She is the daughter of Sportsmaster and the sister of Cheshire.
  • Badass Normal: She initially only had her combat skills and her bow to fight crime with.
  • Boring, but Practical: The reason she uses a bow because it's a weapon that she, a minor, can carry out in the open because she can claim its sports equipment.
  • Cursed with Awesome: When Artemis initially gained her powers, she struggled to cope with her new strength. Paul just got her to warm up to the idea, then Paulphidian forces the Danner Formula on her without her consent. It didn't help that she didn't have control over her strength. She gets over it when she gets better control and forgives Paul.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: She is raised by criminal parents, with her father ultimately leaving them and her mother getting caught and spending time in jail (as well as ending up wheelchair-bound).
  • Empowered Badass Normal: Due to the the Danner Formula being forced on her by Paulphidian.
  • Hot-Blooded: Artemis can be hot-headed.
  • Nigh Invulnerable: She was sold on the idea of the Danner Formula on the promise that it will make her very durable.
  • Official Couple: She and Wally have been going out for a month by the time of A Star Reborn.
  • The Straight and Arrow Path: Uses a bow and arrow against people with guns and superpowers.
  • Super Strength: She becomes very strong thanks to a non-consensual application of the Danner Formula.
  • Took a Level in Idealism: She was jaded due to her Dark and Troubled Past but grew more hopeful when despite her fears, her friends still accept her when learning of her past.
  • Tsundere: She was one to Orange Lantern, who deserved it at first before warming up to him when he made up for his actions. It helps that OL already knows about her Dark and Troubled Past and does not judge her for it.

    B09-Zatanna/Zatanna Zatara 
Zatara's daughter and protege.
  • Amplifier Artifact: In the Paragon timeline, she gets a staff designed by Sephtian that siphons power from the Star Sapphire for her to power her spells without going crazy. It fails when mind altering gas comes into play.
  • Berserk Button: Don't mock the Christian faith. She is willing to confront someone if they do.
    • This tends to get accidentally pushed by John Constantine and Paul, who have dealt with real figures of the Christian faith and found them wanting.
  • Black Magician Girl: It's Zatanna, this is a given.
  • Break the Cutie: Zatanna has not had a good couple of months.
    • In Paragon timeline she loses her father, she finds out how her mother actually died and has to watch her father's kidnapper gain acceptance in the superhero community.
      • And it really doesn't help that one of the pieces of solace that she has, the Christian faith, keeps getting hammered by Paul, who works with John Constantine, who has killed actual angels and demons of that faith before.
    • In the Renegade timeline, her father is saved but she gets her heart broken as her crush is already taken and turns to be way older than her.
    • Paul also turns her down, but due to his real age still being secret and him being single, he's unable to convince her to abandon her crush on him, something he's rather uncomfortable with. This comes to a head when she tries to mind control Paul into breaking up with Jade because she was affected by a spell which compelled her to go after what she wants. This results in him having to firmly turn her down, specifying that he is not, and will never, fall in love with her.
  • Crisis of Faith: Zatanna seriously considers turning to Hellenism after angels murder Paul.
  • Hearing Voices: She admits that she's been hearing voices from the Star Sapphire in Hoard. Paul is rightfully worried, considering she starts to try and force him to love her through a spell afterwards.
  • Just Friends: Paul firmly tells that he has no interest in her and she's too young for him. In the Renegade timeline, due to finding out Grayven's real age, she accepts it. Paragon!Zatanna is still interested in him.
  • Locked Out of the Loop: She had no idea of the circumstances of her mother's death, until Constantine was forced to tell her.
  • Missing Mom: Her mother died when she was two and she doesn't learn how she died until Constantine tells her after Clarice prompts him.
  • My God, What Have I Done?: She was horrified when she realized she tried to mind-control Paul into breaking up with Jade while she was under Drakul Karfang's influence.
  • Not So Different: As Artemis says about her powers:
    Artemis: So you can do nearly anything, but you’ve only got so much power and you have to consciously activate it?
    Zatanna: Yes..? That’s right.
    Artemis: Sound familiar, Paul?
  • Smitten Teenage Girl: Developed a crush on OL due to his physical attributes and the fact that he watches out for her. OL is monumentally uncomfortable with this due to the age difference, to the point that when she kisses him on New Years, he almost tells the truth about his real age.
  • Squishy Wizard: Without her magic, she's as vulnerable as any normal teenage girl. OL rectifies this by providing her with viable armor to at least last long enough until someone bails her out.
  • These Hands Have Killed: She is disturbed over the fact that she killed gnomes while under Drakul Karfang's influence. Robin is thinking of talking to Zatara about getting her to talk to a trauma counselor.
  • Took a Level in Badass:
    • In Renegade timeline, she learns Order magic from her father and becomes a New God.
    • In Paragon timeline, she has not only the Star Sapphire, but learned how to block out the effects of Power Rings and use her magic to manipulate orange light.

    B10-Cornwall Boy/Robert Marrack 
A young British superhero from Truro, England and was sidekick to his father, Captain Cornwall. He is recruited in the Paragon timeline after he successfully heals Paragon!OL of his chaos magic wounds.
  • Ascended Fanboy: He was huge fanboy of the Justice League and now he gets to work with them and their junior partners!
  • Can't Catch Up: He feels that he can't live up to the legacy of his family, since his abilities don't even compare to those of his great-grandfather... So he decides to call up his great-grandfather's spirit and learn from him.
  • Clear Their Name: Wants to clear his uncle's name after learning from John that an incident in the past was partially his fault. Batman got him cleared in about a week after they learn the truth.
  • Closest Thing We Got: Paul went to him to get his magic-inflicted wounds treated because he was the few that could treat it.
  • Energy Absorption: After some prodding from Paul, he learns that could absorb magic from others and use it himself which no longer ties him to the recharging area he shares with his dad.
    • He used the Sword of Beowulf to recharge his powers for a time.
  • Heroes Prefer Swords: He later starts using the sword in combat after unlocking its capabilities.
    • He's a good sport when the Sword of Beowulf gets taken away to heal Captain Marvel.
  • I Just Want to Be Special: He wants to be good superhero and live up to the Captain Cornwall name.
  • Jumped at the Call: Jumped at the chance to become a serious superhero when OL considers recommending him to Batman for training.
  • Like Father, Unlike Son: His father would prefer to be a normal businessman and doesn't care too much for magic or the Captain Cornwall name. Robert however wants to be an accomplished superhero, expanding his magical talents and joining the Justice League.
  • Magic Eater: He's a Thaumavore, meaning he can absorb the magic behind spells.
  • Mundane Utility: Used the Sword of Beowulf... as a way to recharge his powers on the go.
  • Named by the Adaptation: His name was given by Zoat.
  • Outnumbered Sibling: Has four younger sisters. This is actually something of a genetic thing, as it's noted that people in his family tend to have only one son, and everyone else is girls.
  • Red Mage: He focuses on improving his physical capabilities, elementalism, and absorbing magic from enemies.
  • Time to Unlock More True Potential: He decides to train himself by working with OL and John Constantine to resurrect his great-grandfather's spirit to put him through Training from Hell.
  • To Be a Master: His father promises to pass the Captain Cornwall name to him if he joins the Justice League.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Studying under the spirit of his great-grandfather has pushed his combat magic to new levels.
  • Wake Up, Go to School, Save the World: Cornwall Boy is sometimes unavailable due to being in school at the time.

    B11-Rocket/Raquel Ervin 
The partner of Icon.
  • Badass Normal
  • Easily Forgiven: Surprisingly takes the revelation that Paul stole her flight belt designs rather well once Paul explains how he used it to give the Team a better advantage in combat and offered to even the playing field.
  • Energy Absorption: Her belt can give her force fields that absorb kinetic energy to become even tougher.
  • Out of Focus: Hasn't had much screen time compared to other members of the Team.
  • Sassy Black Woman
  • Soap Box Sadie: She is a strong vocal supporter of egalitarianism, to the point of sometimes annoying her teammates. This comes up later when she asks the difficult questions when Paul teaches his teammates about Thanagarian history.

    B12-Donna Troy/Troia 
Wonder Woman's protege. She is also her sister, due to having been made the same way as Diana was.
  • Action Girl: While having superpowers she is also a trained combatant.
  • Deadpan Snarker: Has a lot of choice words to say, especially about OL.
  • Flying Brick: Pretty much.
  • Hello, Nurse!: Several people take notice of her beauty or "assets" more often than other female members of the Team.
  • New Powers as the Plot Demands: A minor variation in that she does get various abilities from the gods she gives offerings to, it just doesn't show up that often.
    • Innate Night Vision: Nyx grants Donna this in exchange for honey, turning her eyes completely black, in exchange for an offering during the Belle Reve breakout.
    • Super Not-Drowning Skills: Tethys grants her the ability to breathe underwater.
    • Anti-Magic: Hecate can grant Donna temporary immunity to magic, as demonstrated in her battle against Circe.
  • The Paladin: She can get various powers from the Greek Gods that she worships.
  • Strong Family Resemblance: She looks a lot like her sister Diana. Subverted with her other sister, Devastation.
  • Wake Up, Go to School, Save the World: Averted, she took a year off from superheroing to focus on her senior year in high school. She only takes the mantle back up when she's on vacation.

    B13-Tempest/Garth 
A friend of Aqualad who joined the Team as extracurricular training.

    B14-Aquagirl/Tula 
Another friend of Aqualad who joined the Team as extracurricular training.
  • The Beastmaster: She can summon ghostly fish to aid her.
  • Childhood Friend Romance: With Garth.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: To be more accurate, Tula lost a spar with John Constantine because she didn't fight at all. He'd mentally convinced her the fight was over and made her forfeit. Considering she's from a society of magic users, it hits her hard.
  • Fish out of Water: Pun intended, but British culture confuses her.
  • Heroic Willpower: She's learned to use this to fight off mental influences after being bested by John Constantine so easily.
  • A Lesson in Defeat: Losing to John Constantine taught her that fighting head-on isn't the only way to fight.
  • Love Triangle: Was in one with Aqualad and Garth. She chose Garth.
  • Power Tattoo: She has channeling tattoos for her magic.
  • Violently Protective Girlfriend: Hurting Garth is a good way to anger her.

    B15-Squire/Beryl Hutchinson 
A young British superhero and the partner of Knight.
  • Badass Normal
  • Brains and Brawn: Downplayed. Knight isn't dumb, he's just out of his depth when it comes to technology. Squire on the other hand is a skilled hacker and data analyzer.
  • Giver of Lame Names: She was the one who named Dark Druid. She admits that she's not good at giving impressive names.
  • Living Emotional Crutch: She's one to her mentor, Knight, as he stays sober because of her.
  • Open Mouth, Insert Foot: She can be very tactless and not know when to drop the subject.
  • Playful Hacker: Her talents lie in data analysis and finding information.

    B16-Speedy/Arsenal/Roy Harper 
Green Arrow's first protege and the genetic source of both Red Arrow and Guardian.

    B17-Canis Minor 
A New God from Apokolips who fled for being a liberal, by their standards.
  • Bi the Way: Has no problem "appreciating" members of either sex, to Aqualad's surprise
  • Blue and Orange Morality: Is very progressive, liberal, and a patron of the arts...by the standards of Apokolips. Apokolips doesn't care about things like gender, sexuality or race, but is instead founded on a kind of extreme Social Darwinist feudal system, all under the absolute, unquestionable rule of Darkseid.
  • Fish out of Water: Has a bit of trouble adapting to Earth's social mores.
  • Klingons Love Shakespeare: Was located by OL and the Team admiring the works in the Louvre.
  • Mad Artist: By Earth standards, being an Apokoliptian. On top of that, he prefers performance art over other art forms, which tend to be avant-garde at the best of times.
  • Persona Non Grata: Was kicked off of Apokolips and is pursued by their assassins for, by their standards, being a flaming liberal. His meeting the Team was in the middle of an attempt to kill him by Kanto, who wasn't expecting the interference.
  • Sex Is Violence: He appreciates the moves of combat.

    B18-Starfire/Leonid Kovar 
A Russian superhero who joins the Team at the same time Red Rocket joins the Justice League.
  • Military Superhero: He was not qualified officer, but has been trained in combat, tactics, and piloting.
  • Token Minority: The first Russian superhero that became part of the Team.

The Team-Renegade Timeline Members

    B10-William "Billy" Batson/Beowulf 
In the Renegade timeline, Billy decides to be part of both the Team and the Justice League.

    B11-Celestial Archer/Tao 
A Chinese superfunctionary from the Great Ten.
  • Improbable Aiming Skills: His ability and skill with archery.
  • Sacrificed Basic Skill for Awesome Training: He, like many other Chinese superfunctionaries was recruited by the Great Ten by the government. While this means he is the literally the best archer in the world, he didn't have any time to do things like go on dates until he was recruited for the Team.
  • Ship Tease: Went on a date with Artemis.
  • White Sheep: The Team are aiming to turn him into one, hoping to make him less violent than the rest of the Great Ten.

    Match/Mitchell Kent 
A prototype clone of Superboy. In the Paragon timeline he is put in a medically-induced coma by OL. In Renegade, Grayven is able to heal him of his physical ailments with the Father Box while M'gann cured the mental ailments.
  • Ascended Extra: In the Renegade timeline, due OL having the Father Box and raided Superman's Fortress of Solitude to reference Kryptonian physiology and genetics and M'gann's increased psychic prowess Match is cured of his Clone Degeneration and brainwashing when he is rescued from Cadmus. He even joins the Team.
  • Big Little Brother: He is technically older than Superboy but is far less experienced and more naive than Superboy since he didn't get the telepathic education Superboy had.
  • Clones Are People, Too: He's seen as Superboy's brother instead of 'Another clone'.
  • Convenient Coma: In the Paragon timeline, he is put in one due to the unavailability of trustworthy doctors capable of treating him.
  • Flawed Prototype: His cloning resulted in mental and physical instability and lacks the extensive education Superboy has.
  • Foil: Is far more naive than his brother due to his inexperience living and lack of education. Although he has less emotional issues than Superboy due to never being taught to look up to Superman.
  • Happily Adopted: He is also adopted by Wonder Woman in the Renegade timeline.
  • Put on a Bus: In the Paragon timeline, he remains in Cadmus as Paul didn't have the information or ability to fix him.
  • Identical Twin ID Tag: Kept his black sclera to differentiate himself from his brother.
  • Unskilled, but Strong: Lacks Superboy's hard-earned combat prowess due to being a full-blooded Kryptonian he's a lot stronger.

    Ixy 
A G-Goblin made to interact with people in order to improve the image of Genomorphs.

    Polara/Frances Kane 
A friend of Kid Flash who developed magnetic powers.

The Team-Other

    C01-Teekl 
The former familiar of Klarion the Witch Boy.

    C02-Sphere 
A sentient piece of technology from New Genesis.

    C03-Wolf 
A wolf that has been enhanced with both the Danner Formula and Kobra Venom.
  • Head Pet: She travels on Teekl's head.
  • Interspecies Adoption: Wolf, a wolf puppy is being raised by Teekl, a cat.
  • Precious Puppy: Wolf is a Dannered wolf puppy.
  • Really Was Born Yesterday: As a newborn puppy, she was born literally hours before the Team found her.
  • Sole Survivor: Is the only one of her pack to remain due to the Team killing them when her pack attacked them.
  • Super Strength: Is believed to eventually develop it due to receiving the Danner Formula. She gains as she grows.
  • Team Pet: More so than Teekl as Wolf is too young to do anything.
    • She's now fully grown, and is being trained to use her Danner strength in combat.

    C04-Fatty & C05-Chubbs 
Fatty is the first Praexis Demon that was assimilated by Paul. Chubs is the second.

    C06-Beton Brut 
Canis Minor's loyal hound companion.

    C01-Tawny the Tiger 
A Venom-Buster enhanced tiger adopted by the Team in the Renegade timeline.
  • Cool Pet: It's an intelligent tiger, how much cooler can you get?
  • Intellectual Animal: Learned how to speak through watching the BBC.
  • Nearly Normal Animal: As he said himself, he's a tiger with human-level intelligence not a human in tiger's skin. He still has tiger-based instincts and emotions. With the ring translating for him, Tawny can't actually speak.
  • Super Strength
  • Talking Animal: Averted, he is physically incapable of speaking due to having no lips and the wrong mouth for it. That might change though...
  • Uplifted Animal: Received the New God Awakening from Grayven.


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