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Emily Sung is Element Woman, a superhero with the power to transmutate objects and materials. She has been a member of the Justice League and the Doom Patrol.

Joining the Justice League

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Gaining her powers under undisclosed circumstances, Element Woman was active to some degree as a superhero. She became active enough that she was registered on "the grid", the computer system that Cyborg created to keep track of interesting news in the world. When the Justice League looked set to be defeated during the brief war between America and Atlantis, Cyborg recruited a group of metahumans whose talents would be useful, Element Woman among them. In the subsequent meeting, the original team agreed that they had no members comparable to Element Woman, and asked her to join them, alongside Firestorm and Atom.

Trinity War

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Throughout the Trinity War fight, Element Woman tried to be a peacemaker, but found herself drawn into fighting nevertheless. She was present for the final showdown in the Parthenon, where she helped remove the kryptonite that was killing Superman, before being ambushed along with the other heroes by the Outsider.

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Element Woman spent almost all of the Crime Syndicate's invasion trapped in a prison made from the Firestorm Matrix, being tortured by her own subconscious. She was freed at the very end, alongside all the other heroes, but the ordeal left her scarred. Worse, her powers interacted strangely with Firestorm's, teleporting her an unknown distance away.

Doom Patrol

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Distraught and confused, Element Woman considered herself superfluous. This feeling was exacerbated when her Justice League comrades did not come looking for her. She was found at this time by Niles Caulder, the demagogue leader of the Doom Patrol, who argued that she belonged with his team, as her monstrous nature meant no-one else could love her.

While with the team, she fought the Justice League in Portland over who got to investigate the Ring of Volthoom, which had attached itself to Jessica Cruz.

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This character was at some point primarily a member of the Doom Patrol. A long-running team of rag-tag misfit heroes who work together for the common good, fighting evil against all odds. This template will categorize any article that includes it into the Doom Patrol members category.

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