Fanon Wiki Ideas So Far
- Bayonetta vs. Wonder Woman
- Dragon Shiryu Vs Wonder Woman
- Wonder Woman vs. Eagle Marin
- Samus Aran vs Wonder Woman
- Wonder Woman Vs Erza Scarlet
- Wonder Woman vs. Ghost Rider
- Wonder Woman vs Hercules
- Wonder Woman VS Kratos
- Lightning VS Wonder Woman
- Wonder Woman vs. Pit
- Wonder Woman Vs Psylocke
- She-Hulk vs Wonder Woman
- Wonder Woman vs Sif (Abandoned)
- Wonder Woman vs Supergirl (Abandoned)
- Superman vs Wonder Woman
- Thor VS Wonder Woman
- Twilight Sparkle vs Wonder Woman (Abandoned)
- Wonder Woman vs Wolverine
- Wonder Man vs. Wonder Woman
- Android 18 vs Wonder Woman (Abandoned)
- Wonder Woman vs Xena
Completed Death Battles
- Wonder Woman vs. Chun Li
- Raven vs. Wonder Woman
- Sailor Moon VS Wonder Woman
- Nancy Archer vs Wonder Woman
- Android 18 (Dragon Ball)
- Hercules (Marvel Comics)
- Princess Peach (Super Mario Bros.)
- Princess Zelda (Legend of Zelda)
- Saber (Arturia Pendragon)
- Thor (Jane Foster)
Diana of Themyscira was born on a hidden haven of the Amazons, gifted to them by the Olympian goddesses to rebuild their community after a bloody battle waged against them by the war god Ares along with the added task to guard a portal to the underworld. While told that she was given life by the goddesses when Hippolyta fashioned an infant girl from clay, Diana was actually a demigoddess born from her mother's brief union with Zeus. Among her elder sisters who loved her, Diana eventually blossomed into a woman proficient in combat yet filled with a curiosity of the world beyond her home. Diana's chance came when a American military pilot named Steve Trevor crash-landed on Themyscira, the two starting off on the wrong foot before she acts against her mother's wishes to participate in a contest and win the right to escort Trevor back to his homeland while serving as her people's ambassador. Receiving armaments for the task ahead of her, on the condition that she would visit home often, Diana makes her home in Washington DC where Trevor gives her the identity of Diana Prince. But in time, learning more of the world and its myriad of cultures, Diana comes to be known to one and all as Wonder Woman.
Death Battle Info (Official)
- Trained since childhood
- Skilled at armed & unarmed combat
- Prefers fists over blades
- Best of the Amazons
Powers from Demeter
- Superhuman Strength
- Superhuman durability (resists all but blades & bullets, not life threatening)
- Magic Resistance
- Enhanced Healing Factor
Powers from Hermes
- Superhuman reflexes (faster than Superman)
- Superhuman speed (VP to hyper-sonic)
- Enhanced sight, smell, hearing, touch, & taste
- Increased wisdom
- Superior Empathy
- Animal rapport
- 'Other useless stuff'
Lasso of Truth
- Forged by Hephaestus
- Infinitely elastic
- Forces the prisoners to tell the truth
- Returns after each use
- Razor-sharp edges
- Can cut through most substances
Bracelets of Submission
- Formed from the Aegis of Zeus
- Blocks blades, bullets, beams, & other attacks
- Can discharge lightning
Death Battle Info (Fanon)
Said to have been "blessed by the gods", due to her demigod nature, Wonder Woman possesses superhuman speed (VP to hyper-conic) and superhuman strength with enhanced senses, magic resistance and fast healing. Drawing from her Amazonian training since childhood, Wonder Woman is quite adept in close-range battle. On her own, she can fly at speeds up to Mach-5.
Besides her mother's golden tiara, which she can use a boomerang, Wonder Woman wears an armor-like tunic that Athena commissioned Hephaestus to forge for use by a worthy Amazon. When Diana won the right to venture into the outside world, Hippolyta presented her daughter with the armor after having it painted in the colors of the American flag as a sign of good will from Themyscira. She also wears the Bracelets of Submission, a pair of indestructible silvery cuffs forged from the shield Aegis that serve as a reminder of the shacklers of oppression the Amazons once were subjugated to, using them to various forms of projectile weaponry or discharge lightning.
- Lasso of Truth: Wonder Woman's primary choice of weapon, created for the Amazon queen by Hephaestus from the Golden Girdle of Aphrodite and infused with the flames of Hestia. The lasso is completely unbreakable, its length is usually 150 feet long but can lengthen itself on it's wielder's needs. The lasso is usually used compel whoever is tied up in it to learn the absolute truth, which can have a negative effect on those who are unable to face the truth of their actions. With her strength and speed making it both an offensive and defensive weapon, Wonder Woman can use her lasso in a variety of ways.
- Sword of Athena: Being an Amazon, Wonder Woman can also fight using a sword that can cut atoms and is magical: thus is able to harm harm someone like Superman
- Shield: indestructible shield able to deflect tremendously powerful energy attacks. She is also able to throw it like Captain America's shield.
- One most physically powerful beings in the Justice League.
- Matched Superman in combat on multiple occasions.
- Easily deflected rounds from an M230 chain gun and has consistently blocked gunfire with her relatively small bracelets.
- Wonder Woman is able to hold her own against Doomsday and managed to cut off his hand with her sword.
- Defeated the deity Nemesis in her own realm.
- Helped move the Earth and Specter.
- While her strength is absurd, it still has limits and she can still be overpowered.
- Usually wears her skimpy outfit for combat rather then switching it for a full protective overall even when she knows that her skin is vulnerable.
- While the Sword of Athena is a powerful holy weapon; it has been destroyed or damaged multiple times
- Susceptible to mind control.
- Relatively more brutal compared to other Justice League characters . Her warrior background means she is sometimes willing to kill.
- Initially had trouble fitting into American society.
- Classical Wonder Woman was not bulletproof (some modern depictions are)
- Classical Wonder Woman needed her jet to travel long distances and she had no ability to fly (all depictions of modern Wonder Woman can fly)