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DC Comics

Up to date as of February 01, 2010
(Redirected to Audrey Spears (New Earth) article)

From DC Database

Character Template Character Template
Real Name
Current Alias







6' 4"

40 lbs (18 kg)



Unusual Features
Transparent body comprised of a substance similar to glass. Skin color changes depending upon mood and/or nature of energy absorbed.


Marital Status

First appearance



An alien race known as the H'San Natall initiated a plan to seed the planet Earth with super-powered sleeper agents. To this end, they inseminated human women with alien DNA to genetically breed a child who would develop superhuman powers, but also be able to coexist with humanity. While most of these subjects were left on Earth to be raised by their parents, Audrey was instead raised on the moon of Titan.

The H'San Natall enslaved a group of Psion scientists to monitor Audrey's progress. From infancy, she was placed inside of a sensory deprivation suit and secured in a containment tube. Her conscious mind was developed through a virtual reality simulation based upon Earth fairy tales and a bevy of 1950s American sitcoms such as Leave It to Beaver and Father Knows Best. In this environment she was known solely as "Princess".

When she was sixteen-years-old, three of her fellow hybrids and the Earth super-hero the Atom came to Titan and liberated her. Being released from the VR simulation was a traumatic shock to Audrey's senses. The entire life that she had known was shown to be a lie. She had no idea what she truly was, or what the real world was actually like. The hybrids fought against their Psion captors as well as the H'San Natall enforcer, Jugular.

Audrey returned to Earth with the others and found sanctuary at the Solar Tower of Loren Jupiter. Jupiter banded the Atom and the hybrid children together and they became the second iteration of the Teen Titans. Audrey took the name Prysm. [1]

Forced into a strange, new lifestyle, Audrey did her best to assimilate herself into Earth culture. She knew that she would always be an outsider though because of her appearance, and because of this, she forged very strong bonds with her fellow Titans. When it appeared as if the Titans might break up, Prysm grew extremely upset, noting that this was the only family she had now. Fortunately, the team did not break up. [2]

During the Titans' initial fight against the mercenary team Dark Nemesis, Prysm was captured and placed inside of a black containment cube that negated her powers. Denied the ability to process solar radiation, Prysm's body began to darken and she grew extremely weak. Teammate Argent saved her life by infusing her with silver plasma energy, but the overload of energy caused Prysm to rocket through the sky, bringing her to the lost world of Skartaris. [3]

Powers and Abilities


  • Energy Projection: Audrey can absorb and refract ultraviolet radiation for a variety of effects.
  • Flight: As an extended application of her energy processing powers, Prysm can fly through the force generated by the energy that she absorbs. Her range and velocity while in flight is close to the speed of light. [4]
  • Psychic Link: Prysm possesses a psychic link with all of the alien-human hybrids that were genetically bred by the H'San Natall. Through this link, she can perceive the emotional trauma of her peers and can determine, within limited range, where her fellow hybrids are located. [5]


  • Vulnerability to Darkness: Audrey must consistently absorb solar radiation or else her physical form will darken and she will grow extremely weak. This is why she rarely wears clothing while serving on the team, though she will occasionally wear clothing if she is out in public. Regardless, Audrey's physical appearance makes it virtually impossible to maintain a secret identity. [6]


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Up to date as of February 02, 2010
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From Muppet Wiki

Royalty from The Muppets Make Puppets: King Inches the Third (with butler), Queen Mixia, Baby Bastings, Prince Prongs, and Princess Esterilla





The King and Queen of Quilts from A My Name is Annabel.
The King and Queen of Spades.



Judy Collins as a princess on Sesame Street

Miscellaneous Sovereigns



Real World Nobility

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Up to date as of February 01, 2010

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race: Human, Caucasian
affiliation: Little Lamplight
role: Gate guard
location: Little Lamplight
appearances: Fallout 3
quests: Bully the Bully
SPECIAL: 5ST, 6PE, 6EN, 5CH, 5IN, 7AG, 5LK
base id: 00015685
ref id: 000185D5

Princess (real name Angela[1]) is a girl in Little Lamplight in the year 2277. She guards the back gate in an imperious manner.



She gained her nickname some time ago when she self-appointed herself mayor of Lamplight and insisted that everyone call her 'Princess'. However, after only five minutes, Mayor MacCready punched her in the nose and took over as the new mayor. Ever since then, she has had a crush on MacCready.

Interactions with the player character

Main article: Bully the Bully

If you have rescued Sammy from Paradise Falls, he will join Princess in guarding the back gate and relay to you information that you may confront Princess with, to "take her down a peg". Choosing the Charisma option of telling her "nobody likes her" will cause you to lose karma (only 1 point), and she will not talk to you again.


Apparel Weapon Other item On death
Pre-War Kid's Outfit Sawed-Off Shotgun - -


Princess appears in Fallout 3.


  • On occasion she will carry around a few shotgun shells.
  • You can get Princess to talk to you again by asking Sammy about her nickname for a second time and then asking Princess if she still holds a grudge.


  1. Fallout 3 Official Game Guide
Little Lamplight

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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Ovelia is a Princess

Princess is a special Job Class from Final Fantasy Tactics. Princess Ovelia's default job class, this job uses Holy Magick in order to aid and assist the party.

Ovelia only participates in one battle: the battle at Zirekile Falls, and even then only as a guest. In the War of the Lions, she participates in a few more battles alongside Delita.



Daughter to the king, and an heir in line for the throne. She is the epitome of elegance and grace.

Prerequisite Weapons Helmet Armor Equip Shields?
None Staffs, Bags, Daggers, Rods, Sticks Hats, Ribbons Clothes, Robes No

Move Rate Jump Rate Speed Physical Evasion Rate Base Attack Base Magic Base HP Base MP
4 3 6 20% Average High Low Low


Holy Magicks

PS1 Name PSP Name Description MP Cost Range Effect Speed JP Needed
Mbarrier Aegis Bestow an array of protective buffs. 30 5 1 25 N/A
Deathspell 2 Dispelna Magick that cures status effects with sacred light. 20 4 1 25 N/A

Reaction Abilities

PS1 Name PSP Name Description Trigger JP Needed
Counter Tackle Counterattack with a tackle. Physical Attack 180

Support Abilities

PS1 Name PSP Name Description JP Needed
Equip Axes Equip axes, regardless of job. 170
Monster Skill Beastmaster Adds an ability to all monsters in neighboring tiles with an elevation difference of 3h or less. 200
Defend Defend oneself against an attack. Adds the Defend command. 50
Gained JP Up JP Boost Increase the amount of JP earned in battle. 250

Movement Abilities

PS1 Name PSP Name Description JP Needed
Move +1 Increase Move by 1. 200

v · e · dFinal Fantasy Tactics Jobs
Regular Jobs
Squire - Chemist - Knight - Archer - White Mage - Black Mage - Monk - Thief - Mystic - Time Mage - Geomancer - Dragoon - Orator - Summoner - Samurai - Ninja - Arithmetician - Dancer - Bard - Mime
Special Jobs
Holy Knight - Machinist - Skyseer - Netherseer - Divine Knight - Sword Saint - Templar - Dragonkin - Soldier - Astrologer - Cleric - Princess
Enemy Jobs
Ark Knight - Assassin - Celebrant - Fell Knight - Rune Knight - Nightblade - Sorcerer
The War of the Lions Jobs
Dark Knight - Onion Knight - Sky Pirate - Game Hunter - Deathknight

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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Marvel Database

This is the Princess disambiguation page.

A = Appearances · I = Images · G = Gallery · F = Fan Art · Q = Quotes

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Up to date as of February 04, 2010
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From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

Leia Organa, Princess of Alderaan.
"She's rich..."
Luke Skywalker, persuading Han Solo to rescue the imprisoned Leia Organa on the first Death Star

Prince was a noble title. The feminine equivalent title was Princess. It was used to indicate the heir of a Monarch, such as Prince Isolder, Prince Xizor, Princess Syayna or Princess Leia Organa; the heir of a Chieftain, such as Princess Kneesaa a Jari Kintaka; or a noble of great power and wealth, such as Prince Xizor. Additionally, a prince could also rule independently or mediatized to a greater lord.

There were also titles such as Princess of Theed, which was owned by numerous persons, including the future Queen of Naboo (the world of Theed), Padmé Amidala. However, this title did not mean that Padmé's parents were the King and Queen, it was a title which later gave her an advantage in the monarch elections of 32 BBY.

In the case of the Galactic Empire of 130 ABY, it was the heir of an emperor, rather than a monarch, with Princess Marasiah Fel.

It was the title of the nobility for members of the Hapan Consortium such as Prince Isolder. The Tof species seemed to possess the title of Princes who were also military leaders of their invasions.



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