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The Team:

    General 
  • Guys Smash, Girls Shoot - The boys (and Wonder Girl) primarily use melee combat to fight their enemies, while the majority of the girls use ranged abilities in battle, with Starfire knowing melee combat as well.
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia - As a side effect of the merging of the DC Animated Movie-verse with the world of Young Justice, none of the reincarnated heroes remember their pasts. This changes during the rescue of Starfire from the Citadel, when outside forces finally remove the mental blocks to strengthen their bonds and resolve.
  • Ragtag Bunch of Misfits - A collection of young heroes from different backgrounds, common goals, and a drive to protect the world.
  • The Team
  • True Companions - The Team is this for each other, as proven when they accept Raven despite her demonic heritage.

    Koriand'r/"Kori Anders"/Starfire 

Princess Koriand'r of Tamaran came to Earth one day after managing to escape from the Gordanians and the collection of races known as the Citadel. Since then, she has been given asylum on Earth, and has been fighting as a hero for years.


  • Adaptational Modesty - Her outfit is based on how she appears in Justice League vs. Teen Titans, which still leaves her attractive as hell despite not showing off a lot of skin.
  • Beware the Nice Ones / Good Is Not Soft - While Kori is usually a sweet person to be around, she is more than willing to crack some skulls if someone threatens her friends.
  • Bruiser with a Soft Center - A kind, passionate and caring individual, she is also a fierce warrior, due to her training from a young age.
  • Innocent Fanservice Girl - Due to her planet's freedom with emotions and themselves, Starfire has trouble understanding human's issues with public nudity...much to the Team's shock, discomfort and/or joy.
  • Mythology Gag - Like her counterpart in Teen Titans (though not to the same degree as her), she is shown to have a liking to mustard.
  • Sexy Cat Person - Downplayed; she is a very sexy woman whose species evolved from cat-like creatures, but she shows little in the way of feline characteristics in appearance or personality and the "evolved from cats" thing isn't mentioned very often.
  • Team Mom - Shares some of this trait from her DC Animated Movie-verse counterpart, as she acts as a caring, affectionate, but firm motherly figure to the Team.
  • Violently Protective Girlfriend - More like a "Violently Protective Friend/Teammate." She is very protective of the people she cares about, but specially so for her significant others.
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    Raven/"Rachel Roth" 

Raven is the half-human, half-demon daughter of her human mother Arella and her demonic father Trigon. As a result of his heinous actions, alongside his destroying Azarath and killing Arella in front of Raven, Raven decided to stand against her demonic father to protect Earth from his cruel intentions.


  • Accidental Marriage- Ends up as this after the "First Mission" arc with Michael.
  • Anti-Antichrist - As per the course, she is the half-human/half-demon daughter of Trigon, though she wants nothing to do with his hateful ambitions. She even went as far as to die for a time to prevent him from coming to Earth, before a ritual of Brother Blood revived her a few years prior to the story's start.
  • Because You Were Nice to Me - After the kindness and understanding Michael showed to her during their first meeting, coupled with the fact that he saved her from being "married" to Brother Blood, Raven appears to be developing feelings for Michael.
  • Child Of Rape - Due to her history from the universe of Justice League: War being brought into this universe through a Merged Reality plot, Raven's mother was brutally raped by Trigon and conceived Raven.
  • Cute Monster Girl - Her demonic form is actually kind of cute.
  • Dark and Troubled Past - In addition to her heritage, she summoned Trigon to Azarath to understand herself...which resulted in her father killing everyone there except for his daughter. After she managed to seal him away, she ended up committing suicide to prevent him from coming to Earth, though the Church of Blood revived her in order to try and accomplish this.
  • Deadpan Snarker - She has shown to possess a dry wit that she shares with others, with Wally being a common recipient.
  • The Dog Bites Back - After watching her father nearly beat Michael to death, she unleashes her anger and transforms into her demon form, using it to defeat her father and seal him away in his prison once more.
  • Empath - Raven has the psionic power to absorb and control feelings, sensations and emotions, enabling her to feel and enter into the subconscious minds of others. This helps her when aiding Michael and Megan in the process of entering Adam's mind to shut down his security system.
    • Empathic Healer - Like in the comics, healing causes her to establish a temporary psionic link with the person she's healing, triggering a sharp rush of emotion-laden memories.
  • Hartman Hips - She has very shapely thighs, hips and ass, as Michael notices/points out.
  • Male Gaze - Possesses this, due to her Hartman Hips.
  • Ms. Fanservice - See Hartman Hips above. Her choices in attire help to accentuate this.
  • Odd Friendship - Develops one with Architect in the aftermath of the "First Mission" arc.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning - Once she enters her half-demon form, she gains four glowing red eyes. They are a sure sign that you fucked up, and need to get out ASAP. Her father learns this the hard way.
  • Rescue Romance - Seems to be developing feelings for Michael after he and the Team saved her from the Church of Blood.
  • Sugar-and-Ice Personality - Her default self is a snarky and polite individual who keeps to herself. Once the Team saves her and Michael shows her genuine affection, she steadily starts to show a more caring side around others.
  • What the Hell, Hero? - Pulls one on Michael when she discovers his true nature as a Multiverser. Thankfully, Adam helps her to quickly move past this.
  • You Can't Fight Fate - Subverted. For years, she has been hounded by those who seek to make her fulfill her dark destiny as Trigon's daughter, making her believe that any attempts to fight it would be fruitless. Once the Team comes to her defense and manages to rescue her from Brother Blood's plan, she comes to believe more that fate can be fought.

    Victor Stone/Cyborg 

After ending up in a near-fatal accident, Victor Stone was saved from death thanks to his father, Silas Stone. However, this left Victor as a cyborg almost entirely made of machinery, leaving him to consider himself a freak. Nevertheless, he found a place among both the Multiversers and the Team.


  • Academic Athlete - He played football in high school and is among the smartest of the Team.
  • Angry Black Man - Defied Trope. Despite his less than happy feelings about his situation and his strained relationship with his father, he maintains a level head and is rather friendly with others.
  • The Big Guy - One of the biggest members among the Team, is a powerhouse, and is easy to get along with.
  • Instant Armor - The Versers are looking into a means of letting Cyborg have this ability, so he can switch between a human form and his cyborg appearance with ease.
  • Missing Mom - His mother has been dead for years prior to the story.
  • Mythology Gag - His famous catchphrase "Booyah."
    • He is shown working on a project called "Project: Cyberion."
  • Not So Above It All - Michael: "Elbow rockets."
    Victor: "Make it happen."
  • The Smart Guy - Shares this with some of the Team.

    Donna Troy/Wonder Girl 

Project Kr was not the only secret experiment that Cadmus created; there was also Project Amazon, a clone created from the DNA of Diana Prince/Wonder Woman. As a result of her freedom at the Team's hands, she has chosen to fight alongside them as Wonder Girl.


  • Adaptational Deviation - Normally, Donna is an amazonian and the protege of Wonder Woman. Here, she is a clone of Wonder Woman, grown up alongside Conner.
  • Big Sister Instinct - She is proven to be quick to defend her teammates from any threat, real or perceived (the latter often causing her to wail on Michael if she thinks he's molesting someone).
  • Cool Big Sis - Acts as an older sister to a number of the Team. Conner in particular.
  • Disproportionate Retribution - During their first sparring match, Michael accidentally tore off a part of Donna's toga, revealing one of her breasts. She responded by coldly trying to crush his testicles with a slab of stone in a "friendly rematch."
  • Double Standard: Abuse, Female on Male - Played for laughs. After Michael accidentally tore off a section of her dress, she takes a somewhat negative approach to dealing with him. Especially if she catches him in situations that make it look like he might be forcing his sexual desires onto someone.
  • Related in the Adaptation - Due to her Adaptational Deviation origin, she has come to see herself as Conner's sister, causing her to be protective of him.

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    Sebastian Blood IX/Brother Blood 

The leader of the Church of Blood (and the latest in a long line of those who bear the title "Brother Blood"), a group of cultists who worship the interdimensional demon conqueror Trigon. He seeks to bring forth Trigon into this world...and means to use his progeny Raven in order to do so.


  • Arc Villain - One of the Big Bad Duumvirate villains of the "First Mission" arc.
  • Asshole Victim - See Groin Attack down below.
  • Enfant Terrible - About fourteen years old, and he's a murderous psychopath.
  • Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas - Falls into a Tranquil Fury when Michael throws out a Your Mom quip at him.
  • Evil Albino - Has pale skin, pale hair, and red eyes. He's also an evil cult leader.
  • Face Death with Dignity - He is calmly resigned to his fate when Architect leaves a large bomb next to him, which he discovers upon waking up.
  • Fantastic Racism - Has a low opinion of non-humans, viewing them as "freaks" and "tools."
  • Groin Attack - Raven uses her powers to crush his genitals, then rip them off his pelvis. It is enough to make him faint from pain while foaming at the mouth.
  • I Have You Now, My Pretty - His main goal is to acquire Raven and "marry" her in a ritual that would allow him to summon Trigon to Earth. He barely managed to fail, thanks to the efforts of the Team.
  • Large Ham
  • Legacy Character - He is the ninth person to bear the title of Brother Blood (a title gained from killing the previous Brother Blood, his own father).
  • Our Vampires Are Different - Due to the practices of the Church of Blood, he's able to use the powers of other superheroes by drinking their blood, as he demonstrates against the Team.
  • Rape Is a Special Kind of Evil - Intended to forcibly "marry" Raven and create a progeny with her.
  • Religion of Evil - He leads a cult who focuses magic through Blood Magic. He revealed that the Cult of Blood was based on the worship of Trigon the Terrible. It was for this reason that he planned to use Raven to summon his demonic "god" to Earth.
  • Self-Made Orphan - He killed his own father in order to assume the mantle of Brother Blood.
  • Serial Rapist - Is suggested to have kidnapped, raped, and murdered dozens of women while trying to find Raven.
  • Sinister Minister - He is the leader of the Church of Blood, a cult that worships Trigon.
  • Villainous Breakdown - Due to the interference of the Team, his cult is in tatters, his "holy place" is being destroyed, and his plans to "marry" Raven become undone when Michael accidentally completes the ritual instead. This left him as a screaming madman raving for the deaths of Michael and his friends.

    Trigon the Terrible 

The demonic father of Raven, Trigon is an intergalactic/interdimensional conqueror of worlds, and has set his sights on Earth. However, prior to the series, Raven managed to seal him away; now he seeks to escape from his prison, and make his daughter pay.


  • Abusive Parents - To Raven. He raped (and years later killed) her mother, along with the entirety of Azarath, and tormented her to turn her into the "perfect daughter."
  • Archnemesis Dad - Again, to Raven. He wishes to use her as his means of travelling to Earth and conquering it, and will use any means necessary to achieve his goal.
  • Arc Villain - One of the Big Bad Duumvirate villains of the "First Mission" arc.
  • Badass Baritone - Has a deep, booming voice to compliment his demonic appearance.
  • Big Red Devil - Classic example, even resembling Satan in design.
  • Demonic Possession - Does this in the climax of the "First Mission" arc by taking over the unconscious form of Brother Blood, to try and kill Michael for good.
  • The Dreaded - To the majority of the heroes.
  • Evil Is Hammy - He has a history in the comics of hamming it up. Upon being halfway summoned into the physical world, he created a shade of himself from the large pool of blood in the room and wisps of smoke...in a slow, dramatic fashion that had all the heroes dreading what was about to happen.
  • Extra Set Of Eyes - Has two sets of eyes sitting atop one another. Those he is controlling gain the same trait as a mark of their possession.
  • God of Evil - He is seen and worshiped as one by the Church of Blood.
  • Man Behind the Man - Trigon is the reason that the Church of Blood does what they do, and wish to spread his influence across the world.
  • Oh, Crap! - Once Raven starts using her powers to seal him away, he briefly freaks out before screaming in defeat.
  • Omnicidal Maniac - He wiped out all of Azarath the minute Raven summoned him. He intends to do the same to Earth.
  • Physical God
  • Villainous Breakdown - Has a brief one in the mere moments before Raven seals him away again.
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