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Subj: Re: What if Dr. Helena Sandsmark died during Identity Crisis?
Posted: Sat Oct 31, 2009 at 08:21:58 am EDT (Viewed 92 times)
Reply Subj: Re: What if Dr. Helena Sandsmark died during Identity Crisis?
Posted: Fri Oct 02, 2009 at 02:24:39 pm EDT (Viewed 133 times)
>>>She'd probably kill them both. Or come seriously close to it. Real question is what would Zeus do, as he still holds Helena in high regards.
Zeus might do something to Jean Loring if she doesn't receive
the Eclipse gem (or something) before the Olympian lay his
brand of justice towards the woman.
>>>Really go off the deep end.
Cassie'll likely become sudical enough to let her 'mother' kill
her so that she can be a Black Lantern alongside her as well as
fight, even kill or nearly kill, anyone who'll hurt that
If Donna Troy and/or Wonder Woman stopped her from becoming
one, while killing her mother's undead corpse, I'm certain that she'll
really, really hate her/them for it among other thing(s).
That, and Cassie might also become unhinged if her 'mother' died again.
So much so, that Wonder Girl would feel and believe that she'd fail to
protect her 'mom' and miss her chance to be together with her again.
>>>Cassie is very headstrong, and it shows. I think if that situation had happened, the DC Universe would have one very teed off crazy Demigoddess to deal with. She definately has her dad's temprement.
And I don't know if all her hero training would help out or not. Interesting what if to consider tho.
I certainly believe that Cassie would hate Wonder Woman because
she'd believe Princess Diana to be more of a hypocrite
than she though she was, Cassie would had hated and blamed
Donna Troy for taking Wonder Woman's side, but only because
Cassie's raging and delusional and WG would hate her former
best friends for abandoning her or get in her way to deliver
a new brand of justice toward Ray Palmer's ex-wife and would
even possibly take it out on Capt. Boomerang's son (Owen Mercer/Capt. Boomerand II) whether
he was responsible her mother or not.
Also, it's possible that with Wonder Girl being filled with so much
rage, vengence and hatred in her heart, it'll be even more easier
for Ares to influence her to more like the champion he pictures
Cassandra Sandsmark to be (if he'd want/wanted to do that, of course).
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