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The Robin-Starfire Wedding

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    srebak

    [1]Jan 8, 2011
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    As you know, there was an issue in the original comics when Robin and Starfire were about to tie the knot once and for all. Only to have it interrupped by a possessed Raven. But hypothetically, if they did choose to marry and Raven remained sane, and their nuptial ceremony went through to the"You may kiss the bride", who do you think would attend their wedding? We all know that their teammates would attend (Beastboy and Cyborg would most likely be the Best Men and Raven would be a Maid of Honor), but who else would be there? This thread is for us to decide and exclude who will be a guest at this ceremony if it would happen.


    Also on a side note, which villain would be likely to try and crash this wedding?

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    WWinnieF

    [2]Jan 10, 2011
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    srebak wrote:
    As you know, there was an issue in the original comics when Robin and Starfire were about to tie the knot once and for all. Only to have it interrupped by a possessed Raven. But hypothetically, if they did choose to marry and Raven remained sane, and their nuptial ceremony went through to the"You may kiss the bride", who do you think would attend their wedding? We all know that their teammates would attend (Beastboy and Cyborg would most likely be the Best Men and Raven would be a Maid of Honor), but who else would be there? This thread is for us to decide and exclude who will be a guest at this ceremony if it would happen.


    Also on a side note, which villain would be likely to try and crash this wedding?


    As to villains, Slade Wilson/Deathstroke (there as Dick's main foe during his Titan days), Tony Succo or Harvey Dent/Two-Face (depends on which version of Robin's pastis told [in comics, Succo killed Dick's parents, but "Batman Forever" had Two-Face do it), Jack Napier/The Joker (there simply because Bruce Wayne--the Batman--would most likely fund the event and no Batman appearance is worth anything unless The Joker is there as his foil), Kormand'r/Blackfire (there, because the elder female Tamaranian has a bitter hatred that can never be satisfied until her kind sister is dead), and some Gordanians (there, because they were denied their "prize" when Starfire escaped). As to attendees outside the Titans and Bruce...well...we'd have some Tamaranian representatives at the behest of Starfire's ruling parents, a few honorary Titans, the few normal humans who know of Dick's double life (although mind wipes might need administering afterwards), and possibly Selina Kyle (there merely for Bruce's sake, because when she is not acting as Catwoman, she is the sole person throughout Bruce's history to accept both parts of him).

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    theportal

    [3]Jun 29, 2011
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    srebak wrote:


    Also on a side note, which villain would be likely to try and crash this wedding?



    Someone like Mad Mod. I got the impression that he was one of the villains who annoyed Robin the most. Oh, and Kitten. Not to mention Blackfire, who never got her revenge for what happened in "Betrothed".


    I don't think Slade would care, or see any point in attacking them on their wedding day. Though I can see him observing the ceremony from a hidden camera, remarking how his apprentice has grown up.


    I'm assuming most of the guests would be Tamaranians like Galfore. Batman would be there too, but Alfred would probably have to be in disguise in case any members of the public spotted him and figured out Batman and Robin's identities. Batgirl would be there (if she exists in the Teen Titans animated universe). Cyborg's parents would probably be invited along too.


    If Starfire has any civilian friends from the mall or wherever, they'd be invited. Robin's out-of-costume friends (come on, he must have some) probably wouldn't be invited, whether they know that he's a superhero or not, because onlookers would deduce his identity too easily.

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    WWinnieF

    [4]Jul 7, 2011
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    Right. So it would only be a small ceremony involving a smaller guest list than usual. Mentors, parents, and fellow Titans would be invited, but no one from the general populace for identity's sake.
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