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"Together, Together Forever": A bruised and battered Beast Boy races back to the other Titans to warn them that Raven's turned evil again. Donna Troy produces a bizarre artifact known as a Ramat Stone. She reveals that Raven gave it to her for just such an eventual


Quote1 I am your sister. I am a sin. The sin of pride. The original sin. The sin from which the rest of you spring. It sort of makes me your big sister. And big sisters call the shots. Quote2
-- Raven



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Synopsis for "Together, Together Forever"

A bruised and battered Beast Boy races back to the other Titans to warn them that Raven's turned evil again. Donna Troy produces a bizarre artifact known as a Ramat Stone. She reveals that Raven gave it to her for just such an eventuality, and with it, the Titans are able to locate her.

The power of the stone teleports the Titans to Raven's current location. When they arrive, they find themselves squaring off with all six of the Sons of Trigon. The Titans battle against the Sons of Trigon and Raven appears apparently to assist them. She is represented in her more demonic form which includes, fangs, pointed ears, and an extra set of eyes. Raven defeats the Sons of Trigon, but then turns against the Titans.

Donna pulls out the Ramat Stone and uses it to release an aspect of Raven's true-self. Good Raven battles against evil Raven and ultimately wins, absorbing her dark half back into herself. Returning to Titans Tower, Raven gives the Titans several more mystical artifacts, each one designed to kill her should she ever turn evil again.

Suddenly, the perimeter alarm goes off and the team races downstairs. They discover that the intruder is Jericho who is still trapped inside the body of Match.



Notes

  • This issue shipped on October 15th, 2008.
  • Raven frequently gives in to her father's dark influence. The most famous example of which took place in New Teen Titans (Volume 2) #1-5.

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