Personal Info:
Real Name: Lilith Clay
Also Known As: Lilith, Lilith Jupiter
Place Of Birth: Kentucky
First Appearance: Teen Titans Vol.1 #25 (1970) Bronze Age Villain
Died: Titans/Young Justice: Graduation Day Vol.1 #2 (2003) Modern Age Villain
Resurrected: Blackest Night: Titans Vol.1 #1 (2009) Modern Age Villain
Known Associates: Nekron, Black Lanterns
Group Affiliation: Formerly Teen Titans, Titans West, Black Lantern Corps
Base Of Operations: Mobile
Grudges: All sentient life
Creators: Robert Kanigher and Nick Cardy
Precognition: At the start of her career, Lilith was a mildly powerful precog, able to predict future events with limited degrees of accuracy.
Telepathy: Lilith's telepathic abilities developed later in life and evolved from her inherent precognitive powers.
Teleportation: Lilith had the ability to instantly teleport from one location to another through force of will. Visually, this ability produced a bizarre swirling affect around her physical person. Teleportation was not part of Lilith’s original abilities, and the means by which she acquired this power is unknown.
Black Power Ring: The Black Lantern Rings are capable of wielding the black energy outside of the Emotional Electromagnetic Spectrum. When Black power rings choose wearers, they present themselves to the deceased without a charge. The rings (which constantly ask for "flesh") are recharged by killing living beings and removing their hearts; each heart restores .01 percent power to every ring in the Corps. Black Lanterns are also able to read the emotions of the living as a coloured aura that correlates to the emotional spectrum (red for rage, violet for love, etc.). Black Lantern Rings will regenerate a corpse each time it is damaged, they can create constructs, but this ability is rarely used and they allow flight.
Originally living in peace at home, Lilith started to manifest strange mental powers at the age of 13. She read her parents' minds to find she was adopted, then left home to try to find her birth parents. After some trouble, she ended up working as a dancer at the Canary Cottage disco. During this time, she encountered Loren Jupiter, and began to aid him in his cause.
Soon, Lilith approached the Teen Titans and asked to join. She saw premonitions involving a political figure, who inevitably died, proving her power. She then became a member of the Teen Titans.
Lilith stood side by side with her old friends, the Titans, when an organization called the Optitron offered to help the Titans and Young Justice. As they were discussing it, a mysterious cybernetic girl from the future that the Optitron company named Indigo unwittingly unleashed an army of Superman androids. Lilith became a Titan once more as she battled alongside her old friends, but was caught by surprise by a Superman android she mistook as the real Man of Steel. As she got close to it, the android snapped her neck, killing her instantly. She was resurrected by a Black Lantern Power ring.
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