However, before the beast could kill the Surfer with a barrage of energy, he found himself attacked by a speeding star craft, piloted by the White Raven. She is quickly abducted and taken to the police station, where she meets superhero and police detective Dick Grayson, whom she recognizes from her nightmares, and asks for his aid. Widely feared and respected in mercenary circles throughout the Galaxy, her activities are well-known to Thanos of Titan, who chose her as an operative when he learned of a vast source of power sequestered within an ancient comet. Raven is a tele-empathetic, she can teleport, and send out her Soul-Self, which can fight physically, manifest as a force field, manipulate objects and others as with telekinesis, as well as act as Raven's eyes and ears away from her body.A dark, moody character, Raven is the half-breed daughter of a human mother named Angela Roth (also known as Arella) and the d… The White Raven also possesses formidable hand-to-hand combat skills. ", after the high-tech, time-traveling genius Warp goes back a century to Jump City to steal a clock, to be met with the Teen Titans. The Surfer answered by stating that he was content that their paths intersected for the greater good, and would go on to allow her to depart unmolested. Exo-Suit: The White Raven possesses an armored exo-suit, capable of combat action in the vacuum of space. She then took out all remaining resistance on-board, and looted the ship for materials to repair her own ship. However, the Surfer was interrupted by the appearance of a huge elder demon, a creature whom had been freed from within the crystal itself. The current activities and whereabouts of White Raven are unknown.[1]. With their old adversary Slade resurrected and empowered with terrible demonic magic granting him sufficient might to rival the combined forces of the Teen Titans, and Raven fearful of her own fate and that of all existence's, Raven reveals her tragic past and future to the Titans, who strove to prepare against the oncoming tide of evil that would besiege the world and their old friend, unknown to a secretly hope-dead Raven. Upon arrival, White Raven discovered that the comet hid an ancient city within. She then projects a stream of energy from her hands at Trigon, overwhelming him and merging him back into her soul. The third time Raven turned white, her hair was long, probably as part of her rapid re-aging. White Raven accepted Thanos' offer to retrieve this power-source, relishing the opportunity for both profit and conflict. "Nevermore" Even though Raven has become very powerful in all three occasions, only when she faced. They are led to Slade, who had been betrayed by Trigon and stripped of his powers. The Surfer engaged the Demon, and soon found that the power cosmic he possessed was not up to the task of halting the Demon. Trigon cruelly tells Raven that she lives only because of his allowing it and she is powerless still against him, despite whatever small fraction of power she still bore. White Raven is a special form that Raven has assumed under unique circumstances, four times throughout the series for multiple reasons. [Source]. Slade then tells them that there is still hope of saving the world with Raven's help. However, Malchior reveals himself as actually the dragon, not the wizard, having changed the names secretly, and battles Raven after defeating the other four Titans, with only darkness in his heart and malice for her. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. During her journey, she encountered a SkrullStarship, which fired upon her, damaging he… White Raven is Raven's most primal, significant and powerful version of herself, mostly shown as a symbol of her highest hidden power and her inner purity against the consuming evil of her father. When the cult summoned him she was offered to him for sexual favors. The Surfer immediately scooped up White Raven before she could be killed and sped away. Making the journey into its interior within her exo-suit, White Raven eventually discovered an entrance into what resembled a control room. The Surfer was reluctant to condemn her for the death of the Survivor, considering that the ancient alien's only wish was to leave this life. During her journey, she encountered a Skrull Starship, which fired upon her, damaging her own craft. White Raven at first questioned this selflessness, then ridiculed it as the act of a suicidal idiot. However, Thanos also went on to say that other games awaited. Voice So… The third instance takes place during the events of "Spellbound", when Raven, feeling isolated from the other Titans because of her "creepy" nature and different interests, takes solace in Malchior, apparently a benevolent yet powerful wizard who vanquished the dread dragon Rorek a thousand years ago with the same enchanted book that fell into Raven's possession. Background information This vessel was lost in her gambit to acquire the Cometary Crystal, but it can be assumed she has access to other vessels. When the Survivor made ready to hand over the source (contained within a large crystal) to the Surfer, Raven fired upon the Survivor an attack that mortally wounded the aged being. She recruited Beast Boy, who had been left for dead in the rubble of an unknown facility. With her own mystical powers unable to break the curse that had apparently trapped Malchior within the book by Rorek's last curse, Raven is offered to simply "talk" with him, and, being guided by Malchior, prepares a potent spell to release his soul from the book in the form of its pages in the shape of a human body, though he is still bound. This emotional upheaval through her intense love for Malchior, love which she had not yet felt as deeply for anyone else, possibly combined with the vast augmentation of her powers and arcane lore, changes her back to the "white" Raven yet again. The fourth and last known transformation into her "white" form occurs during the considerably darker fourth series, when it is revealed that she is daughter to Trigon, malevolent demon lord who seeks to destroy Earth and the entire universe it. Raven uses Rorek's spell to again imprison him within the book, reverting back to blue after she does so. But, as the Survivor fell, so too did the crystal. Raven, whose emotions had become unbalanced and her rage unleashed from within during the Titans' earlier battle with Doctor Light, discovered that Beast Boy and Cyborg had come upon her mystical mirror (a meditation tool enabling anyone who holds it to be drawn into her mind) and had used it access her own subconscious. However, what she did not expect to find was the Silver Surfer, who had already made it to the source thanks to the assistance of the last survivor of the ancient civilization. An attempted death-blow to permanently finish his child is inexplicably foiled by her own power. The Surfer took white Raven to her discarded exo-suit, which she immediately donned. White Raven has displayed a high level of skill in starship repair and piloting, and obviously is well-trained in the use of many different types of deadly weapons. Widely feared and respected in mercenary circles throughout the Galaxy, her activities are well-known to Thanos of Titan, who chose her as an operative when he learned of a vast source of power sequestered within an ancient comet. Though Raven insists the two leave, Beast Boy and Cyborg instead choose to stay to hold off Trigon while Raven, on a suggestion from Beast Boy who said they were all part of who she was, summons all her emotional forms and merges them with herself to create a "white" form. White Raven accepted Thanos' offer to retrieve this power-source, relishing the opportunity for both profit and conflict. The second instance occurred in an alternate future, one which Starfire prevented from becoming the true future of the Titans by returning to her own time era, in "How Long is Forever? The mighty being then announced its intentions to ravage the cosmos as an act of revenge against its captors, who had built their entire civilization with the power they had purloined from their captive. The Surfer asked White Raven to explain her selfless actions, and she responded by saying that she owed him her life, and had never seen so noble an act. The Surfer merely commented that he was sworn to protect all life whenever possible, even the lives of those who would do him harm. First episode She says to Robin, perhaps fittingly, that "in the end, there really is no end - just new beginnings". History Both the Surfer and White Raven then attacked the beast, but their attacks were merely shrugged off. Raven has retained at least some part of her memory, but tells Robin the situation is still hopeless, with her powers having originated primarily from Trigon's.