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Character Template Character Template
Current Alias

Aliases
Wonder Girl, Darkstar, Goddess of the Moon, Wonder Woman

Identity

Alignment


Relatives
Wonder Woman (template/'sister'), Rhea (adoptive mother), Terry Long (husband, deceased), Robert Long (son, deceased), Jennifer Long (step-daughter, deceased) Dorothy Hinckley ('mother', deceased), Carl Stacy (foster father, deceased), Fay Evans nee Stacy (foster mother)

Universe

Base Of Operations
formerly New Cronus, formerly New Jersey

Characteristics
Gender

Height
5' 9"

Weight
140 lbs (64 kg)

Eyes

Hair

Unusual Features
None

Status
Citizenship

Marital Status

Occupation
Guardian of the Universe Orb; former Photographer and adventurer

Education
Unknown

Origin
Origin
Magical clone of Wonder Woman

Place of Birth


First appearance

Contents

History

Who is Donna Troy?

Donna was created to be a playmate for the young Wonder Woman by the sorceress Magala, who used a magical mirror to create a duplicate of Diana, though with her own personality. She was abducted by Dark Angel (who mistook her for the real Diana) who cursed her to experience a cycle of countless tragic lives, given the name Donna Troy as a cruel joke to her origins. But it would not be until the intervention of Wonder Woman, Hippolyta, and the Flash years later that she would learn this.

In one of the lives she ended up living, Donna was orphaned by her birth mother Dorothy Hinckley, a dying unwed teen who had given her up for adoption. After Donna's adoptive father Carl Stacey was killed in a work-related accident, her adoptive mother Fay Stacey gave her up for adoption again, unable to raise the toddler because of mounting expenses. Donna remembers being rescued from a fire by the goddess Rhea who, being one of the mythological Titans, brought her to New Chronus and raised her as one of twelve Titan Seeds, orphans from various planets who would have died if Rhea had not saved them. Each one was given the name of a place that worshiped the Titans, and Donna was given the last name of Troy in homage to the ancient city. She was returned to Earth at age thirteen, where her memories of New Chronus were erased until such a time that she would return and take her place among the Seeds as gods.

When Donna experienced having superhuman powers and abilities, she adopted the identity of Wonder Girl. Donna became one of the founding members of the Teen Titans, even suggesting the name of the group from a residual memory. She later returned to New Chronus and from that point on adopted the new identity of Troia.

She married Terry Long, a college professor, and soon became pregnant. A Teen Titans group from the future soon confronted her, claiming that her son would threaten the future as Lord Chaos. Donna voluntarily gave up her powers to prevent this.

She later requested for her powers to be returned but was denied. She then joined the Darkstars and rejoined the Teen Titans as a Darkstar.

Terry later divorced Donna citing that her superhero role put the family in danger and gained sole custody of their son. She turned to teammate Kyle Rayner for comfort, but left him after Terry, Robert and Jennifer (Terry's daughter from his first marriage) were killed in a tragic accident. The tragedy caused Dark Angel to appear and make Donna start anew with a totally different life, causing everyone but Hippolyta and Wally West to forget her existence as the Donna Troy who became Wonder Girl and Troia. Together with Diana of Paradise Island, Hippolyta and Wally helped restore the life of Donna Troy, breaking her out of the curse that Dark Angel had bound her to. She was then adopted as a daughter of Hippolyta.

An android named Indigo appeared, badly damaged and in need of repair. In her attempts to repair herself and call for aid from other androids, she caused a Superbot to go rogue during a meeting of the Teen Titans and Young Justice; Donna and Omen were killed during the attempts to stop it.

Donna was resurrected as the Goddess of the Moon. The truth about her past and New Cronus was explained by the Titan of the sun, Hyperion. Donna has been revealed to be a counterpart of Harbinger and the Dark Angel.

Dark Angel was the Earth-7 counterpart of Donna attempting to assimilate them all as a side effect of the Crisis on Infinite Earths.

The Titans of Myth then imprisoned themselves.

Donna gained all knowledge of her alternate selves and was entrusted with the Universe Orb by Harbinger.

Infinite Crisis

Main article: Infinite Crisis

Donna led a group of heroes to New Chronus to deal with a rip in space caused by Alexander Luthor. They also attacked Luthor through the rift. Disastrous events happened to the team, including the death of Jade and several other members who went missing. Donna also procured a 'red sun eater' in order to defeat Superboy-Prime easier. Following the events of the Crisis, Donna returned to New Cronus where she analyzed the history of the universe as it had been recorded in Harbinger's old Universe Orb. [1]

One Year Later

as Wonder Woman 1 Year Later
Main article: One Year Later

One Year Later, Donna Troy has assumed the mantle of Wonder Woman. Diana stepped down following the Crisis, feeling the need to 'find out who Diana is'. Although Diana's pre-Crisis on Infinite Earths Silver Age career has been brought back into continuity after Infinite Crisis, Donna's post-Infinite Crisis origin seems to be essentially the same as her post-Crisis on Infinite Earths one. Wonder Woman #1 opens with Donna stating: "I was born of magic," and the character is shown standing at a distance beside the Amazon Magala at the time of Diana's departure from Themyscira. Donna is referred to as Diana's biological sister throughout (Donna's original Silver Age backstory depicted her as having been brought to Themyscira later in her life, and not being related to Diana.) In a flashback, Donna wears her star-spangled Titan garments (which she also wears in the History of the DC Universe portions of 52 #2 - #11). In the present timeline of Wonder Woman #1, the only sign of her Titan regalia is a bracelet that forms part of her Wonder Woman armor.

In the midst of a fight with Cheetah and Giganta, Donna is overwhelmed when Doctor Psycho manipulates her into believing that Diana is attacking her with deadly force. At the same time, Diana, posing as a government agent, arrives on the scene. Subsequent issues have shown Diana's attempts to rescue Donna, with the revelation that Circe is behind the attacks and capture.

Donna works alongside ex-boyfriend Kyle Rayner, who has taken up the powers and title of Ion again. They go up against one of the Monitors who attempts to remove them from the newly rebuilt time-stream, claiming the two are unwanted anomalies. Donna returns to earth with Ion in time for him to say good-bye to his dying mother.

After that event, Donna joins several former Teen Titans in the current team's battle against Deathstroke and his Titans East team.

Challenges from Beyond

Donna soon after attended Duela Dent's funeral with the Teen Titans. After Duela's burial, she was confronted by Jason Todd, who sought her out as a kindred spirit. She repeatedly ran into the helpful Jason while trying to investigate Duela's murder. Her investigation was put on hold once she discovered the Amazons had invaded Washington, D.C. as part of the events of Amazons Attack. She travels to the city and confronts the recently revived Hippolyta to put a stop to the invasion. Once Hippolyta informed her that she would consider a withdrawal only if Donna could include Diana in the peace talks, Donna left to find her sister only to discover that Jason Todd had followed her to Washington as well. Jason told Donna that he believed the Monitors were responsible for Duela's death but before anything else could be done, both warriors were attacked by the Monitor's aide, Forerunner. They were consequently saved by the seemingly benevolent "Bob" the Monitor, and recruited to help locate Ray Palmer. Their journey took them across the great of the expanse of the new Multiverse whereupon they were also joined by Donna’s former boyfriend Kyle Rayner (now a Green Lantern once again) as well as Ray Palmer’s successor Ryan Choi. This loose confederation of adventurers became known as the Challengers from Beyond. After several haphazard missions in the Nanoverse, they eventually found Palmer in the parallel reality known as Earth-51. Shortly thereafter, their colleague Bob the Monitor betrayed them and Earth-51 was soon destroyed as a result of the Morticoccus virus. With Palmer in tow, the Challengers eventually returned to their home dimension. Donna, Ray and Kyle agreed that with the growing individuality of the fifty-two existing Monitors, there was too much room for corruption. They all agreed to serve as a watchdog group in order to "Monitor the Monitors". [2]

Return of the Titans

Returning to Earth, Donna reunited with her old teammates the Titans. The group reformed after discovering that the children of one of their deadliest foes, Trigon, had been systematically hunting down members of the Titans both old and new. [3]

Blackest Night

During the Blackest Night crossover, Donna has a horrific encounter with her deceased son Robert and husband Terry, revived as undead beings by the Black Lantern Corps. She is bitten by Robert, becoming "infected" by the Black Lantern's power.[4] Donna, along with Superboy, Kid Flash, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern (Hal Jordan) and several other resurrected heroes, began to be targeted by Nekron, the being responsible for the Black Lanterns. Donna's previous status as a deceased allowed for her to be transformed into a Black Lantern. However, unlike the other heroes, Donna was converted by being infected with the Black Lantern's power rather than having a ring forced on her.[5]

Powers and Abilities

Powers

As a magical replicate of Diana, Donna possesses most of her powers. At various times she has lost and gained her powers, even abilities unique to her.

Superhuman Strength: With reasonably comparable strength to Wonder Woman Donna is able to lift in excess of 100 tons.

Superhuman Stamina: Donna can exert her maximum effort for several hours before tiring.

Superhuman Durability:

Superhuman Speed: Like Wonder Woman, Donna can move at supersonic speeds while on earth. She can move fast enough to not register in the normal peripheral range of humans and seemingly vanish and disappear at will. At this speed, her mind processes information at least on a subliminal level that she is aware of her surroundings. She is fast enough to deflect and catch bullets.


Flight: Donna Troy can also mystically fly through the atmosphere through sure act of will, enabling her to soar through the atmosphere at sub-orbital levels and travel across the planet. She is capable of leaving the earth of her own power and can hence reach speeds of escape velocity. She is immune from the effects of extreme height, such as dizziness and lightheadedness.


Photonic Energy Manipulation: as power blasts and protective force fields.

Truth Sense: ability to coax the truth from a target or sense it.

Psychic Rapport with Diana: allows one to feel either what the other is experiencing or even share dreams.

Memory Projection: ability to project three dimensional images of a person's memories, provided the subject is a willing participant in the process.

art by Casey Jones

Abilities

Expert Combatant: Like all Amazons, Donna is well trained to fight with various weapons and in the martial arts, and often practices with a kind of staff which seems to be her personal weapon of choice.

Skilled Tactician: She is also a very capable leader and strategist.

Photography: Donna is a professional photographer.

Strength level

Class 100+; Donna is able to lift in excess of 100 tons.

Paraphernalia

Equipment

  • Amazon Armor
  • Star Costume: Donna wears a costume with the pattern of a star field on it. The field could be used for navigation. She has since updated her costume which now consists of a black unitard with red, star-shaped decorations running along the sides.
  • Universe Orb: The Universe Orb is the repository of all knowledge and history of Universe.
  • Darkstar Exo-Mantle: She wore a standard Darkstar suit as part of their group. Since leaving the Darkstars, Donna no longer posseses the battlesuit.

Transportation

Flight; she is also able to move New Cronus, her current home, and she is in possession of travelspheres, objects used by Sparta, another Titan Seed, which seem very small but are actually very large on the inside. They travel extremely quickly and are controlled by thought.

Weapons

As Wonder Woman, Donna used a staff of Amazon design.

Notes

  • In pre-Crisis Earth-One history, Donna Troy was originally written as the adopted sister of the Earth-One Wonder Woman, who was the one who rescued her from a fire that left her as an orphan, raised on Paradise Island and given Purple Ray treatments that enabled her to have powers similar to those of Wonder Woman. With the rebooting of the modern-day Wonder Woman's history following what happened to her in Crisis On Infinite Earths #12, Donna Troy's history was later rescripted to her current New Earth reality origin.
  • According to Teen Titans/Outsiders Secret Files & Origins (2005), Troy stands 5' 9" tall and weights 140 lbs (64 kg).

Trivia

  • For the first season of the "Wonder Woman" TV-Series, Wonder Girl was played by actress Debra Winger, but in this continuity, her real name was Drusilla and her activities occur only during World War II. In comic book continuity, Donna's successor Cassie Sandsmark has adopted the name Drusilla as part of her secret identity.

See Also

Links and References

  • Donna Troy at Wikipedia
  • Donna Troy at TitansTower.com
  • Donna Troy (Wonder Girl) at the Guide to the Mythological Universe

Footnotes

  1. 52 #2-11
  2. Countdown to Final Crisis #1
  3. Titans (Volume 2) #1
  4. Blackest Night: Titans #1-3 (August-October 2009)
  5. Blackest Night #5 (November 2009)


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Final Fantasy

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

From Final Fantasy Wiki

Troia Castle in the DS version.
The Troian Castle
"The land flourishes from the Earth Crystal’s boons. Intriguing..."
Tellah

Troia (トロイアのまち Toroia no machi), also known as Toroia, is a city in Final Fantasy IV, and home to the Crystal of Earth. The city is a primarily matriarchal society, where eight sisters operate as the leaders of the town. Women fill other primarily "male" roles as well, such as being the guards, soldiers, doctors, and shopkeepers of the castle and its village. The castle also contains a treasure room, and permission is needed to access it. There is also a hospital.

In the town, there is a Black Chocobo Nursery and the King's Bounty Pub. The Chocobo Nursery breeds Black Chocobos; however, they cannot fly. The King's Bounty Club requires a Member's Writ to enter, which costs 100,000 gil. It is here that the player can watch a dance of half a dozen girls, much to Cecil's (or whatever character is in the field) embarrassment. The Gil Farmer Augment can be found in the changing room.

Story

Troia on the World Map in the DS version.
Troia on the World Map

Final Fantasy IV

When Cecil, Tellah, Yang, and Cid arrive to take the Earth Crystal, so they can use it in a trade for Rosa, they find out that the Dark Elf has already stolen it. They visit Edward in the hospital, and he gives them the Whisperweed to help them find the Crystal.

After defeating the Dark Elf, Cecil and his friends return to Troia, they are immediatly contacted by Kain, who is ready to begin the trade at the Tower of Zot.

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

Palom is sent to Troia to help train Leonora in the arts of Black Magic, and head to the Tower of Trials to train her there. Upon returning, Leonora will be entrusted with the crystal, and both Palom and Leonora are forced to escape from Troia to the Lodestone Cavern.

Izayoi, in Edge's tale, heads to Troia to find out what is going on with the war, and then escape through the Tower of Trials and head back to Eblan. In the final tale, the party heads to Troia to find out it is completely frozen over, then heads to the Lodestone Cavern to retrieve the Earth Crystal, and after defeating Shiva, returns to a dethawed Troia to return the Earth Crystal.

Treasure

The town of Troia.
The town of Troia

In the castle

In town

Shops

Troia Pub
Items
Item SNES Price GBA Price DS Price
Potion 30 gil 30 gil 30 gil
Hi-Potion N/A N/A 150 gil
Phoenix Down 150 gil 100 gil 100 gil
Tent 200 gil 100 gil 100 gil
Gysahl Greens 50 gil 50 gil 50 gil (at Troia Pub)
Remedy 100 gil N/A N/A
Ether 10,000 gil 10,000 gil N/A
Antidote N/A 40 gil 40 gil
Eye Drops N/A 30 gil 30 gil
Gold Needle N/A 400 gil 80 gil
Maiden's Kiss N/A 60 gil 60 gil
Weapon SNES Price GBA Price DS Price
Bomb Fragment N/A N/A 200
Zeus's Wrath N/A N/A 200
Antarctic Wind N/A N/A 200
Member's Writ N/A 10,000 gil (Bought at the Pub) 100,000 gil
Weapons
Weapon SNES Price GBA Price DS Price
Wooden Hammer 80 gil 80 gil 80 gil
Great Bow 2,000 gil 2,000 gil N/A
Fire Arrows 350 gil 30 gil N/A
Ice Arrows 450 gil 30 gil N/A
Lightning Arrows/Thunder Arrow 550 gil 30 gil N/A
Fireshard N/A N/A 300 gil
Frostshard N/A N/A 300 gil
Thundershard N/A N/A 300 gil
Armor
Armor SNES Price GBA Price DS Price
Leather Cap 100 gil 100 gil 100 gil
Feathered Cap 330 gil 330 gil 330 gil
Clothes 50 gil 50 gil 50 gil
Leather Garb 200 gil 200 gil 220 gil
Ruby Ring 1,000 gil 1,000 gil 1,000 gil

Enemy formations

Final Fantasy IV

Outside

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

Troia in The After Years

Outside

Troia Castle Waterway(トロイア城水路)

Troia in the World Map of The After Years
Area 2
Area 3
Area 5
Area 6

Challenge Dungeon

Floor of Pudding (プリンのフロア)
Floor of Magic (魔力のフロア)
Bridge Floor (橋上のフロア)
Floor of the Fleet (船団のフロア)
Floor of the Mountain (山岳のフロア)
腕力のフロア
Floor of the Maze (迷路のフロア)
Floor of the Puzzle (困惑のフロア)
豪腕のフロア
Floor of the City (街のフロア)

Music

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"Troia" from the Nintendo DS version of Final Fantasy IV
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Troia has its own eponymous theme as a background music.

Etymology

"Troia" is the Greek name for the city of Troy.

Gallery



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