The Area 88 mercenaries are undisciplined and insubordinate compared to real-life mercenaries. And what's with the technicolor flight suits?
Technically the reason the Teen Titans exist in this show, Starfire is the second of the three children of the Royal Family of Tamaran.
When her planet was attacked and devastated by the Gordanians, Starfire's elder sister Blackfire made a peace settlement with the invaders by giving them her younger sibling as a slave.
Unfortunately for her captors, Starfire, while apparently rather naive and gentle by Tamaranian standards, was too much for them to handle, breaking loose and flying to Earth.
There, she had an Like all her species, Starfire can fly, is super strong, is extremely durable, and can hurl energy blasts called "starbolts. Starfire is deeply fascinated by Earth and enjoys learning new things Currently the trope picture.
Starfire's outfit shows her midriff as well as some Zettai Ryouikibut it's positively tame compared to the beyond- Emma Frost -level Stripperiffic outfits of her comic book counterpart.
Starfire's outfit was once again more modest than what she actually wore in the comics, but was still skimpy enough that she covered herself up in embarrassment. In contrast to her comic book counterpart who is more forceful and hot-temperedStarfire in this cartoon is naive, innocent, and somewhat insecure.
Comes off as this with her slightly broken English and her misunderstanding about Earth culture. It's yellow, as seen in one episode where she blushes. Has some weird tastes in Earth food — admittedly, some of it is because she's not a native and so doesn't truly know what humans eat, but she's also got some very strange eating habits like considering mustard a drink.
Her friends treat her as something of a Lethal Chef whenever she tries to cook a Tamaranian meal for them. Justified in that her ability to speak English gets explained later on in the series. She didn't speak English initially, but she can learn it instantly by kissing someone that does.
All There in the Manual: It is the Teen Titans Go! An alien that doesn't get Earth slang or other customs, and has bizarre ones of her own. Often acts regretful when attacking people, such as wondering if she blasted Plasmus too hard.
Almost went through with one of these. She'd been told it would end a war, but in fact it was a ruse by Blackfire. A bubbly and naive girl who is also super strong and shoots lasers from her hands.
She wears a crop top that shows her midriff most of the time. Even while the rest of the team are all wearing Robin's costume in his absence, Starfire wears a midriff baring version.
Their combos in battle were seamless before they became a couple. She dislikes being pranked. On my planet, we have a name for people who do such terrible things, you are a Don't flirt with Robin.
Beware the Nice Ones: She's a Nice Girlno doubt about that, but she'll still kick your ass if you're a villain. The Big Damn Kiss: With Robin in The Movie.
Shows she is this in "Betrothed" when she and her fellow Tamaranians engaged in a feeding frenzy during dinner. As both a proud warrior race girl and the physically strongest Titan, although her preference for playing Flying Firepower over Flying Brick and bubbly disposition make it less noticeable.
Also, she underwent a chrysalis phase and apparently has no navel. Bizarre Taste in Food: No, she doesn't put it on food—she likes to drink it.
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