Injustice: Gods Among Us: Year Three
When Joker nuked Metropolis, Starfire, Wonder Girl and Red Robin were at the Titans Tower when they saw the event on the news. To their horror, they find a bruised Superboy cradling the deceased Beast Boy, who also reports the death of Kid Flash.
Shortly after, Nightwing returns to the Titans to comfort them. Although Kori wishes for Dick to return to leading them in the time of crisis, Dick insists on staying beside Bruce in the precarious moment. He does warn her, however, to keep the Titans away from Superman as much as possible.
Knowing that Superboy was still emotionally volatile due to the deaths of the other Titans and Supermans's murder of Joker, she has Wonder Girl monitor him. Unfortunately, Superboy leaves to try and trap his former idol in the Phantom Zone, with Wonder Girl reporting his plans before joining her friend. Joining Superboy's fight, Starfire and Red Robin both arrive at the Fortress of Solitude where she, Wonder Girl and Superboy all stall Superman in order for Tim to activate the Phantom Zone's projector.
Superman, however, cautiously left the safety cap on the projector, keeping Tim from using the projector. Eventually, the trio are overwhelmed and Superman grievously wounds Superboy, breaking his ribs and causing one of them to puncture his heart. In order to keep him alive, Superboy's only option is to enter the stasis of the Phantom Zone, something Superman will only permit if the other Titans join him and promise not to interfere. Reluctantly, Starfire and the others agree and enter the Phantom Zone together.
5 years after Superman's defeat, Starfire and the rest of imprisoned Titans (minus Superboy) are rescued from Phantom Zone. Unfortunately, the relief of Titans' return is very short, as General Zod, one of Superman's rogues, escapes the Phantom Zone and shoots through Tim Drake's heart from behind.
Starfire and Wonder Girl attempt to retaliate, only to be knocked back by the Kryptonian general. After Amazo kills Zod, they are later able to transplant the body's heart into Superboy, successfully healing him of his wounds. When Amazo targets the densely-populated Delhi, Kori and the other Titans respond to Batman's call for aid and attempt to fight the android. Like the others, she is overwhelmed by their adversary's strength and durability, but an unknown object smashes into Amazo and drives the android to the moon, where it is destroyed and reported by Blue Beetle.
After the battle, Kori and the other Titans, accompanied by Booster Gold, begin recruiting new heroes, starting with Blue Beetle. Before Jaime can properly give a response, he is kidnapped by Lobo under contract with Metron.
Metron then directs the Titans to a new universal crisis, the Red Lanterns and Starro attacking Oa. Starfire and the Titans then move to aid the overmatched Green Lanterns and help their retreat back to the planet's surface, where the Green Lanterns' power battery is severely damaged by Atrocitus's forces.
In spite of this, Hal Jordan rallies the remaining forces to pursue Atrocitus and rescue the Green Lanterns under Starro's control. During the pursuit, Starfire is wounded by Veon, and her attacker is then chased by both Superboy and Wonder Girl.
It is unknown what happens to her after this, though she was not significantly injured by the attack.
Possible Post-Brainiac Epilogue
This section of history takes place in a timeline outside that of normal Injustice: Gods Among Us history. Information here does not reflect the true history of neither the Injustice: Gods Among Us universe nor the Injustice: The Regime universe, and should not be seen as relevant to future sequels or comic adaptations.
"Back in the day, this victory would have called for a party at Titans Tower. The music. The laughter. The mustard with pizza on bottom. But these days, I have no party mates. Raven became a servant of Trigon. Cyborg - he joined the Regime. Beast Boy has been missing so long, I must assume he is dead. Dick Grayson, he was my star-crossed soulmate. He will never be replaced.
And now, all that's left is me. Last of the Titans. Dick would not approve of the moping. I only overcame the loss of Tamaran by coming to Earth and forging new bonds of friendship with the Titans. It is incumbent upon me to repeat history. To forge new bonds of friendship. Maybe they're not my Titans. But the only way I know to honor my lost friends is to make sure that no matter what, there will always be Titans together. After all, I beat Brainiac. That was a victory. And victories call for mustard parties."
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