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Includes: The missile proficient Tir Tautha. The wild Sidhe Tautha. The spirit Fae Tautha. The reptillian Tentac. In the snows of Spain she learnt that not only had her thought-killed mentor, Gordon Although Batman was unable to prevent the earthquake, ultimately it was only the Sensei himself that died in the disaster, and control of the League returned to Ra's. Role in the creation of Lady Shiva[ edit ] It was more recently revealed that, prior to the betrayals of Doctor Daark and the Sensei, Ra's had grown tired of the fickle loyalties of his warriors.
After early attempts to raise such a person resulted in hopelessly psychotic children, Cain decided that he needed a genetically suited child and began searching for a possible mother. Carolyn's sister, Sandra, swore revenge and tracked Cain down, only to be subdued by the combined might of the League.
Both intoxicated and frightened by the levels of skill she was attaining now that she was no longer holding back for her sister's sake, Sandra agreed to be the mother of Cain's child.
In return, the League spared Sandra's life, and assisted her in further training. By the time Sandra gave birth she had surpassed the entire League in skill. She left immediately following the birth of her daughter, Cassandra Cain , rechristening herself Lady Shiva. Other stories would suggest that at some points afterwards Shiva worked as a member of the League, and eyewitness testimony from former League member Onyx indicates that she kept in contact with the League, although she apparently did not see her daughter.
Although most of her appearances over the years show her working independently, she apparently had some degree of League membership, and was called upon by Ra's to "rescue" Talia during the Hush storyline. In keeping with Ra's and Cain's plans, the League attempted to train Cassandra Cain from birth to be the ultimate assassin, unknowingly giving her the skills she would use as the hero Batgirl.
Lady Shiva was recruited to serve as the sensei to this incarnation of the League, with the intent that Batgirl Cassandra Cain would lead the warriors themselves. The new League was present when Mr. Freeze 's wife Nora Fries was brought back to life as the monstrous Lazara, and several members died in the resulting chaos.
Several more members of the League including all the defectors except Tigris died when the insane "Mad Dog" went on a killing spree. The Mad Dog had been considered useless as a child, since Cain's methods had driven him murderously insane, and Ra's had ordered the child be killed. Nyssa, however, knew that the servant ordered to carry out this execution had instead released him into the wild, explaining how it was possible to recruit him.
The Mad Dog was successful in killing Batgirl who gave her life to protect the burqa -clad assassin Tigris. She was quickly restored to life in a Lazarus Pit by Shiva, in order that the two could face each other in a final battle. Batgirl won leaving Shiva on a meat hook suspended over the Lazarus Pit. Infinite Crisis[ edit ] Although most of its members had died or defected, the League survived the Infinite Crisis , and was seen to play an important role in the Society 's worldwide prison break.
Throughout the period of aftermath it remained under the control of Nyssa, until she was apparently killed in a car explosion. Cassandra Cain has apparently taken over the League as its new leader, although she abandoned the League at some point prior to the Teen Titans storyline Titans East, where it is revealed that she was being drugged by Deathstroke.
Furthermore, it appears that Cassandra was battling for complete control of the League of Assassins with Ra's al Ghul's youngest daughter Talia, as well as the Sensei. Talia, who would naturally assume control of her father's empire by default following Nyssa's death, has recently been seen in the Batman and Son storyline, leading ninja members of the League of Assassins, against Batman. At the same time, several members felt neither Talia nor Cassandra were up to the role, and, after failing to recruit Black Canary's adopted daughter Sin, gave the leadership to the Sensei, who recently reappeared in the "Resurrection of Ra's al Ghul" storyline.
Currently, the League of Assassins and its Man-Bat Commandos are used by Talia as her personal army and bodyguards, carrying her orders and taking retribution over her enemies. They were involved in the abduction of an injured Connor Hawke. However, although they thought they were being commanded by Ra's al Ghul, they were apparently duped by an imposter Shado. Bronze Tiger explains that costumed heroes have been fighting to maintain a broken system He and the others have chosen Jason to be their leader in taking the action that the world's super-heroes have been too afraid to take.
Red Hood admits that he abandoned his friends because he didn't want to be a killer. In response, Bronze Tiger begs the opportunity to show Red Hood how to do real lasting good. The assassins give Jason a tour of the Death Market, where tools of death and murder can be bought, to fill any need provided that the need in question is killing a lot of people. Meanwhile, they are concerned about the security of the city, given the coming war. Rictus assures them that it would take something like four hundred terawatts of power to break through the city's walls.
At their meeting, Red Hood wonders what it is about him that makes them think he can lead them to victory against the Untitled. Bronze Tiger admits amid jeers from his companions that he was told by Talia al Ghul that Red Hood would be the only one who could stop the Untitled if they ever attacked. This comes as a surprise to Red Hood, given that he can't even remember what the Untitled look like. Bronze Tiger reminds that if Jason wants to do good with his life, he can't do much better than to fight against the most powerful force for evil on the planet.
Just then, sensors reveal that something is on the perimeter of the city. It is Arsenal and he is heavily armed.
The first assassin Arsenal encounters is December Graystone and he soon entraps the magician within a block of ice, thanks to some grenades made with technology he stole from Mr. Next, Cheshire appears next to him thanks to her teleportation abilities and steals the hat off of his head. However, he spots the teleportation device implanted in her wrist and uses an electrical shock to short it out. That causes the device to malfunction and she disappears completely. During the fight, Red Hood states that he would lead the League of Assassins in exchange that Arsenal and Starfire are unharmed.
Starfire reminds Jason that she would rather die than be put in chains again. She warns him that with the last Lazarus Pit uncovered, it can strip away the Untitled's powers, which is why they have come to destroy it. They must not succeed. As she and Arsenal are escorted away, she warns Jason not to die today.
As he prepares himself, Red Hood begins to hear a voice from within that explains that his destiny is coming to fruition, and shows him how to make the mystical All-Blades manifest in his hands. Though he doesn't remember what all this means, he hopes it will help, as the Untitled arrive in the sacred city. Red Hood is currently leading the League of Assassins in a charge against the evil Untitled, who had the gall to use Jason's friend Arsenal against him to get into the city. Jason is confused when his swords tell him that by taking bronze shards from the great fountain at the centre of the city, they will be able to drive off the Untitled, but he hopefully passes on the information to his companions.
Red Hood finds himself locked in combat with Drakar and the man discovers that what was done to Red Hood's mind was more than a simple mind-wipe. He senses Ducra somewhere within his mind. Red Hood uses Drakar's confusion to steer him toward the fountain, which hides the Well of Sins the pool that filled the Untitled with evil.
Drakar struggles, but collapses into the murky fluid. Having fallen into the Well of Sins, Drakar begs to be removed from it as he can feel the arcane power reaching back inside him, and taking the evil energy within him away.
The pool strips Drakar of his power and life-force, spitting him back out as a withered old man. Turning to the remaining Untitled, Red Hood warns that they will all suffer the same fate if they do not surrender.
The Untitled respond that he cannot hope to defeat them alone, but Lady Shiva responds by unleashing a swarm of Man-Bats warning that the League of Assassins is death incarnate. Following Drakar's death, Red Hood admits that killing Drakar was necessary Lady Shiva comments that tonight, they will see all the remaining Untitled dead as well, but Jason responds that they cannot simply kill without his say-so if he is to be the League's leader.
Suddenly, a cloaked figure appears, noting that he expected more after coming all this way, just to find a leader of assassins who orders his warriors to sheathe their blades. The man warns that the game is over, and Jason's part in it is done, as he makes his way toward the Well of Sins. Jason stands in his way, demanding to know who this man is.
The man responds that he is the one who gave the Untitled the location of the Acres of All knowing that they would kill Ducra and return to this place. He knew they would fall here, and imbue the Well of Sins with a greater power than he had ever tasted - a power that he would now take for himself, having planned this moment for three centuries.
Emerging from the pit, the man introduces himself as Ra's al Ghul. Having just emerged from the Well of Sins, Ra's al Ghul is consumed by the evil that once corrupted the Untitled centuries ago. Now he feels compelled to rid himself of the machinations of his daughter and Ducra by killing Jason.
At Ra's al Ghul's command, the prisoners are brought to him, and he promises to use his new found power to see them dead. Red Hood, however, determines that he cannot allow it to happen.
As Ra's al Ghul gathers his power, Red Hood tells himself again and again that he wants to remember what he chose to forget. At last, the images rush through his mind, and begin to reform as memories.
Unfortunately, the revelation occurs earlier than Ducra had planned. Having regained all of his training with Batman as well, Jason is free of his chains almost instantly. He uses that same training to best Lady Shiva herself, only to be attacked by Bronze Tiger next.
In the meantime though, Cheshire whose loyalty to the League of Assassin's returned master is waning attempts to rescue Roy and Kori. Before long, the pair are free to aid Red Hood in his fight. Smirking, he welcomes them back, apologizing for his having deceived them. They are confused, unaware that his decision to erase his memory was part of a grander plan.
She insists that he will allow Jason and his friends to leave his realm, or he will be forced to die a mortal death just as he always feared he would. Despite having destroyed the All-Caste, Ra's' actions have led to their eventual rebirth. Defeated, he swears that he will visit great agony upon Red Hood if he sees him ever again. Batman and Aquaman storm the beach, breaking through the island's defences of Man-Bats, only to find that the source of the whales' screaming was on the island.
Ra's al Ghul had ordered the hunt of whales, creating genetically altered super-humans in the wombs of sperm whales. This being just one of a probable many plans to rebuild the League of Assassins. Aquaman swears vengeance on the whales' behalves.
Inside the compound, they find that Ra's is wiping the hard drives clean, preventing data recovery, even as a message from Ra's plays over the intercom, chastising Batman for failing to prevent the deaths of Damian or Talia within the city he swore to protect.
As his parting gift, he has left Batman the Heretics to keep him entertained. Batman reels as he sees all of the grotesque and mutated failed clones of failed Damians. As they fight for their lives, Batman warns Aquaman not to kill any of these monstrosities.
They are too developmentally malformed to comprehend what they had done to those whales in being born. Suddenly, Bruce realizes that if the Heretics were born of a whale's womb, Arthur might be able to telepathically link up with them. He leads them out into the ocean, where an unharmed whale breaches, and swallows them whole.
Batman, meanwhile, fights his way to Ra's escape aircraft.
He sees Talia and Damian's bodies stored within it, and clings to the fuselage from outside as the plane takes off. Though Ra's al Ghul plans to go to Paradise Island, he is nearly surprised to see Batman pounding on the cockpit's windshield. From outside, Batman screams for Ra's al Ghul to give back his son, but Ra's al Ghul responds that he is blood of Damian's blood and the boy is in good hands.
He orders the plane to tilt its angle, causing the wind shear to rip Batman from his download and drop down into the sea. Luckily, Aquaman is there to catch him.
Arthur explains that all of the Heretics are alive, having been taken down to Atlantis for safe keeping, by a whale. The League of Shadows is the more mysterious of the two and is often considered a myth, but are said to have people everywhere and to have a plan to "bring the entire nation to the ground". He knows Batman's secret identity.
He utilizes special pits known as Lazarus Pits which enable him to evade death, and live for centuries. He is the founder of The League of Assassins, though exactly when is unknown.
Batman - Batman's secret identity is Bruce Wayne, an American billionaire, playboy, philanthropist, and owner of Wayne Enterprises. After witnessing the murder of his parents as a child, he swore revenge on criminals, an oath tempered by a sense of justice. Wayne trains himself both physically and intellectually and crafts a bat-inspired persona to fight crime. Her father encouraged a relationship between Talia and Batman, desiring for Batman to marry his daughter in hopes of recruiting him as his successor.
Talia admires Batman in his drive, determination, and nobility, but was always torn between him and the love for her terrorist father. Unlike Catwoman, Talia is more than willing to play second-fiddle to Bruce's mission.
He is the father of her son Damian. She eventually broke off from her father and his crusade, which resulted in a rift between them. She had in her possession a Lazarus Pit that could be reused over and over again. She was responsible for brainwashing her half-sister Talia into despising not only Batman, but their father as well, whom she ended up killing with a sword.
It appears, however, that Nyssa was killed in a car bombing in Northern Africa, presumably by the League of Assassins. Although many of the League's leaders over the years have been accomplished martial artists, Daark himself did not depend on physical prowess, and as an assassin he instead relied upon careful planning and manipulation, ambushes and death traps, as well as a variety of cleverly concealed weapons and poisons.
After earning Ra's enmity for reasons unknown , Darrk died during a plot to kidnap Talia which was foiled by Batman. He was put in charge of the League after Darrk's death. However, he would prove just as disloyal as his predecessor, and the Sensei would eventually struggle with Ra's al Ghul for the control of the organization.
One of his personal goals is to raise assassination to an art form. He is revealed to be Ra's al Ghul's father in Batman January Doctor Moon - First appearing in Batman March , he is a brain surgeon with skills that make him the person to contact to recover dead brains, erase or modify minds, or mental torture.
She is also the biological mother of Cassandra Cain. Cassandra Cain brainwashed at the time - First appearing in Batman , she is the daughter of David Cain and Lady Shiva, and was previously known as Batgirl. Wilson and Grayson have a long-standing animosity due to years of fighting and Grayson's redemption of Wilson's children.
They answer only to the Demon himself and the Sensei. He specializes in demolitions. Hook - The hook-handed member of the Seven Men of Death.
He was responsible for murdering Boston Brand during a circus act. Maduvu - Member of the Seven Men of Death. He has mechanical clawed-hands. Merlyn - An archer who was once a member of the Seven Men of Death.
Razorburn - Member of the Seven Men of Death. He has advanced hand-to-hand combat abilities, great throwing abilities, and wields two knives for weapons. Shellcase - Member of the Seven Men of Death. He has advanced hand-to-hand combat abilities and has good marksmanship. Whip - A female whip-wielding member of the Seven Men of Death.
Arrow - He was obsessed with the legacy of the League he becomes the second Ra's al Ghul and even weds Nyssa. Anya Volkova - Former League of Assassins, she collected a database about the members of the league which was stolen by the Court of Owls.
Bronze Tiger - He was brainwashed at the time. He can perform blood magic where he cuts himself to access various powers through spilled blood like telekinesis and teleportation. Tzin-Tzin - A criminal mastermind and expert hypnotist. Dragon Fly - Member of the League of Assassins.
Expediter - Member of the League of Assassins. He was a computer expert who serves a similar function compared to Oracle upon being forced to join the League of Assassins. Glaze - Builds cities in various locations of the worlds and is a master of economic bubbles. Grind - One of Ra's al Ghul's bodyguards. Jasper - Jasper and Nyssa al Ghul capture a serum.
Kirigi - A top martial artist that previously trained Bruce Wayne. He later trained the different members of the League of Assassins. Kitty Kumbata - A talented but mentally unstable martial artist who was a former member of the Circle of Six.
Kyle Abbot - He worked with Ra's al Ghul until his apparent death. He took a serum that enables him to become a full wolf and even a werewolf -like form. Mazone - A bearded samurai who is a member of the League of Assassins' metahuman faction. Onyx - Onyx was a longstanding fully capable member of the League of Assassins. She eventually decided to retire from her life of murder. Owens - A sniper who is a member of the League of Assassins. He was partnered up with Pru and Z to assassinate Red Robin.
Owens is killed by Widower of the Council of Spiders. Professor Ojo - Ojo was born without eyes. Brilliant but blind, Ojo eventually created a device allowing him to see and eventually became associated with the League of Assassins as one of their scientists.
Pru - headstrong female assassin who is a member of the League of Assassins. She was partnered up with Owens and Z to assassinate Red Robin.
Rictus - A cybernetic-enhanced operative of the League of Assassins that was introduced in The New Ruck - A four-armed gunman who is a member of the League of Assassins' metahuman branch. Scimitar - Leads a coalition of members from the League. He later became a member of the League of Assassins.
Silken Spider - Member of the League of Assassins.