- I could have covered this entire forest in seconds.
- -- Kid Flash
Appearing in "The Power of Myth"
Synopsis for "The Power of Myth"
Solstice tells the Titans the Indian epic of the Ramayana. According to Solstice, Vishnu was reincarnated as Rama to defeat the demon king Rankor and his army of demons. Rankor kidnapped Sita, Rama's love, and created a self-fulfilling prophecy of his own demise. Rama and his allies defeated Rankor's army, and Rama traveled to the demon realm to defeat Rankor once and for all.
Finishing her tale, Solstice tells the Titans that Tataka was one of the demons that appeared in the story. The Titans create a plan to rescue Wonder Girl and defeat her kidnapper. Red Robin then finds a stone etched with the word "Rama." According to the Ramayana, Rama created a bridge that would lead to the demon kingdom. The Titans then use the symbol to enter the realm where Wonder Girl is being held.
There, the Titans begin to explore and Kid Flash finds Wonder Girl's lasso. As the Titans walk across the forest, Raven feels that Solstice's light is beginning to affect her.
Suddenly, they are attacked by beasts. Solstice's power and the nature of the realm the Titans prevent Raven from using her powers properly, and she accidentally releases a magic blast.
The Titans recover but realize that Red Robin and Ravager are lost. Ravager is attacked by more beasts, and one of the beasts changes her form to look like Ravager while the real Ravager is taken away by the beasts. The fake Ravager meets with the Titans. With Red Robin gone, the Titans tell Kid Flash to use his super-speed and explore the area.
Meanwhile, the beasts take Red Robin and the real Ravager to Rankor.
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