Source work and author: DC Comics, Wonder Woman, canon point pre-One Year Later! Like exactly prior. Door: DC Comics, she's staying there. Character Journal name: whipoftruth Character Name: Diana Prince Character Age: Diana is ageless since she was made out of clay. She appears in her early 30s. Character Played By:Bridget Regan
Character History and Personality: Diana is the daughter of Queen Hippolyta and raised on Paradise Island/Themyscira by the Amazons. She had a strange background in that she was originally made of clay and brought to life by the Greek Gods, given gifts by six of them. From Athena, wisdom, knowledge, tactics, and courage, from Demeter, strength and quick healing as long as she's on Earth, from Artemis, a hunting gift (advanced senses) and connection to animals, from Aphrodite, beauty and love, from Hestia, a connection to fire/the hearth which leads her to control the fires of truth and the reason behind her lasso, and finally Hermes with super speed and flight. The Gods demanded that an Amazon be sent to the world of man and become a representative of the island. There was a competition and Hippolyta attempted to keep Diana out of it, but she secretly entered and won. She wanted to leave Themyscira and see this world. She brought back the pilot Steve Trevor, who crash landed, and who brought her back to the modern world.
Diana came to the USA without knowing anything, and she never bothered with a secret identity. She was who she was. She was given the lasso of truth and Hermes' flying sandals, and she learned to adjust to the world. Her first mission was to stop Ares from taking over the world. She succeeded and was named Wonder Woman by the public. Due to her public status and powers, she was recruited quickly into the Justice League of America. She angered Zeus when she refused to sleep with him and was forced to go through the Challenge of the Gods. It worked out and she gained back her positive support of the gods after surviving. Diana bonded with Superman, having asked him out on a date of sorts, but they chose to be just friends. This friendship would last a long time, with them trusting one another implicitly.
Diana had many foes, including Circe, Cheetah, Ixion, Dr. Psycho, and Phobos. Not to mention the many villains they faced in the JLA. She was glad to have her sister Donna Troy join her and the Teen Titans, continuing on the legacy. The Amazons did come to the man's world, but it was never an easy journey. At one point they were framed for gruesome murders, and Diana took the blame for it. Shortly after her mother was believed to be dead, so Diana returned home and took over the Amazons. The gods had left before that, walking away from the world to leave it mostly to its own devices, but they returned. Eventually, after a few battles, she returned to the USA to help her team out again and continue on her mission. She had many allies during this time, growing close to Batman, Aquaman, Green Lantern, and the Flash. Circe managed to defeat her once by turning her back into clay, but her spirit lived on. Her friends attacked Olympus in an attempt to stop Circe, but Diana was returned to herself and beat the sorceress herself. Her mother was back to life and took over the island once more.
After many journeys and fights on her own, Diana was not there for Superman's death, something that haunted her. She did believe she may have been able to help him fight Doomsday. Soon after the island disappeared and Diana decided to get a job, learning how the average citizen lived. She was delighted when her beloved friend Superman came back and retook his role. Diana struggled when she kept having confusing and unstable dreams, and Circe revealed she took the island. She would exchange the Amazons if Diana sacrificed an innocent life. Instead of doing it herself, she simply wasn't able to save a woman, and it seemed good enough. When her mother returned, she actually decided her daughter wasn't fulfilling her role as diplomat to the world. She was forced to compete again for the role, and her sister Artemis took over. Later on she found out her mother had seen the death of Wonder Woman, and was trying to save her from that fate. Hippolyta wanted her to let Artemis die in her place, and of course Diana was not all right with that. She went back to help Artemis, but in the end the other Wonder Woman did die, in Diana's arms.
Diana met museum worker Helena Sandsmark and her daughter Cassie. Cassie eventually became the new Wonder Girl. She was glad to have the new protege, but Helena was not happy about it in the least. The gods had left again and the Amazons were struggling, so they returned officially. For some time, Diana was near death and no one could stop her, so she missed some major battles with Darkseid and Ares. Instead the gods resurrected her as the new Goddess of Truth, something she wasn't happy about considering she could only be called for help and could no longer be Wonder Woman. Her mother took over, but Diana intervened when Donna was forced to live a thousand lives that all added painfully. She wouldn't let that happen to her sister, and she was punished by going back mortal and as Wonder Woman. She didn't really see it as a punishment, tvym.
A major fight broke out with Max Lord where he possessed Superman and had him fight the JLA. Diana and Clark were engaged in a very vicious battle, and when he was about to kill Batman, Diana was told by Lord the only way to stop him was to kill him. She replied by snapping his neck. Unlike her two companions, Diana was a warrior. She had no problem with killing enemies. Unfortunately the world saw this, and they thought she killed an ally for no reason. Her team did not approve of her actions, despite it saving the life of Bruce and others. In punishment for her murder, Brother Eye decided to attack the Amazons. They were alone now, with no one willing to help them, and the Amazons developed a dangerous weapon. She convinced them not to use it, and asked Athena to help save the others. She would face her consequences alone.
Diana was blessed with the best qualities, and while she came in naive and innocent at first, she's grown accustomed to the modern world and somewhat more jaded. At the same time she's always curious and interested in the modern culture, and in the people within it. She has a lot of respect for the other superheroes and cares about them. Diana is very loyal and reliable as a friend, and she carries responsibilities on her shoulder that she takes seriously. There are a few areas she has trouble with. She's stubborn, she likes being in control, she has a temper, and she has dubious ideas of morality due to being a warrior, and as said above, has less problem killing her enemies. Most of the time she won't do it, but in an emergency, yeah she will. For a peacemaker she can be a bit too aggressive. She's also terrible in relationships. Either she's too forward and direct for men, or her job comes first and/or they can't handle dating such an icon. A lot of men are intimidated of her, and for good reason. She did have a lot of disdain for men when she first got there, due to the way the Amazons looked at them, but over time she's made such great friends she doesn't see it the same way. Diana does struggle sometimes with her status as an icon and fears making great mistakes and disappointing everyone.
In game: Diana is still adjusting to her friends being from different locations. She connected to the others however and she encouraged them to start the Justice League. She championed Oliver Queen despite everyone's distrust, but she's starting to doubt him now. She found her island intact, so she's glad about that. During the DC Stepford Wife plot, she was happily married to Clark. So that's going to be awkward.
Personal items for Diana: Her bulletproof bracelets formed by Athena from the Aegis. The Lasso of Truth, her most famous item, is the lariat of Hestia. The person within it must tell the absolute truth. It can also be used as a weapon or to contain someone, as it is unbreakable. Her tiara can be used as a projectile weapon.
Journal/Key: It appears to be a normal journal except the paper seems very old, with elegant handwriting and the faintest smell of roses. The key is also old and made of silver that has a little tiara shaped figure at the tip.
Open: Donna Troy, her first sidekick and sister. Open: Hippolyta, her mother. Any amazons. Open: We could use more JLA members!