If you are wondering, I do have a soul, and I do have a Semblance. In times of need, I can call upon three gifts.. A tiara, to keep my mind clear. A lasso, to make the truth known. And gauntlets, to defend all living things from harm.
—Diana Prince

Diana Prince is a main character who first appeared in RWBY/Justice League. She is based on her DC Comics counterpart Wonder Woman.

Appearance

She is a young girl who has blue eyes and short black hair with bangs covering her left eye. She wears a traditional red and blue leotard with star patterns from top to bottom with red cape attached. A golden eagle with wings and stars sits over her leotard with an attached golden-trimmed, long red sash with two stars on it alongside a golden eagle design near the bottom. It also appears to connect to two silver bands, one each on the upper arms. She also sports silver metal bands covering her forearms and legs and gold-armored under the knee boots, one with a crescent moon decoration (right) and the other a star decoration (left). In addition, she wears a gold tiara that resembles two crescent moons with a star in the center, vambraces and a band choker with three stars hanging from it and carries her lasso on a golden band like belt around her waist.

Before her transformation, she wore a white sleeveless maxi dress and was barefooted.

Personality

She is a bright, prideful and courageous young girl. She loves and cares for nature, animals and Faunus mothers deeply. She is capable of expressing human emotions despite being an Automaton created by her mothers, such as curiosity when first meeting Bruce Wayne and wondering what he was. Though she would admit to being lonely to Weiss when asked what it was like to be an Automaton, but didn't entirely mind as she made many friends. When meeting Victor Stone, Diana would even attempt to make him feel comfortable by revealing her status as an Automaton as she knew he was different.

She is also protective of her friends when they are in danger, and willing to fight for them.

Powers and Abilities

As an Automaton, Diana is capable of breathing underwater, and is made from the use of Dust.

Semblance

Diana's Semblance, Weapon Summoning, gives her the ability to summon her equipment at will whenever she needs them in combat:

  • Tiara: It keeps her mind clear.
  • Lasso: To make the truth known.
  • Gauntlets: Defend all living things from harm.

The tiara, lasso, and gauntlets, which are called "Three Gifts", are summoned to her by her Semblance.

History

She was born in Bird of Paradise Island and created by her Faunus mothers who gave her life through the aid of Dust.

She first appears flying around above Blue Damsel Bay where she is attacked by a killer whale under some sort of trance with neon flames coming from it's eyes. Blake jumps into the water and helps Diana out of the whale's mouth before resurfacing. After transforming her outfit and acquiring her weapons, together with Blake, the two face off against the whale with Diana using her lasso to grapple the whale. After calming the whale, Diana takes Blake back to Bird of Paradise Island where she introduces Blake to her mothers. Diana is also congratulated on completing the Twelve Trials of the Zodiac by one of her mothers.

Diana's mothers reveal to Blake that Diana wasn't born but built from clay that was forged into pottery then ceramics then nacre. Following this Diana accompanies Blake to Beacon where she meets Professor Ozpin and learns of students with powerful Semblances including Team JNPR vanishing all across Remnant. Here she is introduced to the other members of Team RWBY alongside Bruce Wayne and Clark Kent as well as learning the other strange occurrences that have happened. The group splits into three groups with Diana accompanying Weiss to the Schnee Dust Company Vale Headquarters and laboratory.

As Diana and Weiss traveled to the company, Weiss would ask Diana about her creation. Diana explaining that her mothers prophesied that Remnant was on the brink of conflict, so she was made. Upon arrival, they find a healing Victor Stone in the lab's ruins. Believing that Vic had been kidnapped, he clarifies he had been hiding from assassins who he had managed to escape. The amicable conversation would turn sour when Victor learned of Weiss' Schnee heritage, believing her and Diana to be another group of assassins sent by Jacques Schnee to silence him of his knowledge. After briefly fighting him, Weiss convinced him to reveal his past with the company.

Weiss and Diana later aided him as the Dust Batteries he used to keep himself alive were burning out quickly. Weiss instead replacing them with a Glyphs to sustain him, making Victor realize they weren't after him. The three would then start getting along with Victor believing maybe he and Diana could learn from each other with Weiss suggesting his technology could save many. As they then began leaving, Weiss began telling him of the kidnappers who've been grabbing individuals all across the Academies, unaware of many of the mind-controlled students being near them.

The group would reconvene with Team RWBY and the rest of the Justice League in Vale, where they were attacked by mind-controlled enemies: Team JNPR, a Tentacle Grimm, and several Faunus who all wore distinct masks. They are rescued by the Green Lantern, Jessica Cruz. After making an escape, Jessica explains her origin and reveals the existence of the alien conqueror, Starro, and his plans of world domination to the group as she shows a hologram of the universe, Remnant included. There, she enlists their help in stopping Starro, explaining Starro's intent to conquer the world through the use of powerful Semblances and the might of the Atlas Military.

Shortly after, Arthur Curry takes the group to Atlantis, a city lost to time which is his home. There, they have a moment to rest while Arthur gathers intel from spies in Atlantis, discovering that Starro has aligned with Mr. Lloyd, and the two plan on taking the Dust weaponry to a hanger on the coast of Atlas. The group spends on last night in Atlantis to prepare and enjoy themselves, and in the next morning, set off for Atlas to face Starro.

Given how none of Team RWBY or most of the Justice League can fight in deep waters, the team hatches a plan to defeat Starro. Diana, being one of the few who can survive underwater, attacks Starro without being alerted due to being an Automaton, who does not register as human. With that, Arthur and Blake Belladonna draw Starro's forces to battle, where Victor Stone disables them with his technomancy Semblance. As the fight between Starro's forces and the Justice League wages, Starro calls on Team JNPR to provide himself aid.

As the Justice League’s battle against Starro continues, a mind-controlled Team JNPR joins the fray and does battle with their friends, Team RWBY. During the fight, Jessica Cruz’s mind is taken hold by Starro as she tries to help RWBY, and she begins to attack them. As the strongest member of the Justice League, Jessica uses her powers of creation to create images of Raven Branwen, Summer Rose, Adam Taurus, and Jacques Schnee to distract Team RWBY, and the various origins of the members of the Justice League.  The Trinity of the Justice League escape the fight, and lure Starro into a Dust hanger off the coast of Atlas, exploding it with Starro inside, freeing the mind controlled victims.

Trivia

  • References and Differences from the DC Comics version:
  • The Remnant version of Wonder Woman/Diana is different from her DC comic counterpart.
    • The DC comic version of Diana is a demigod, while the Remnant version of Diana is an Automaton.
      • This may be a reference to Diana's original origin, in which she was a clay statue brought to life.
    • Diana's DC counterpart has one mother and aunt, but this version of her has many mothers who are Faunus.
    • Diana’s DC counterpart is princess of the Amazons. The Remnant version refers to her mothers as “Witch-Warriors.” Both versions are depicted as heavily inspired by classical (Greco-Roman) aesthetics, beliefs, and arts.
    • The DC comic version of Diana was born from clay and given life by the gods, while the Remnant version of her was made from multiple steps in order: sacred seas, clay, pottery, ceramics and nacre.
    • Diana, like the rest of the Remnant versions of the Justice League, keeps his DC counterpart's color scheme.
  • Diana's first name refers to the lost Goddess associated with the Moon bringing greys to mind. It also comes from an Indo-European root word meaning "heavenly, divine", bringing whites and golds to mind. Prince is a royalty term that brings golds and silvers to mind.
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