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"Atrocities, Part 1 of 4: Cry Havoc": The Reds look for Rankorr's Ring signature and find their teammate in another planet. However he is chained and mindless. Atrocitus made him go crazy again. Supergirl is aghast at it, wondering if any of them can get changed bac


Quote1 Can that be done? Can we get changed back? Go crazy again? That's... That's horrible. Who would do something like that to a person? Quote2
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Synopsis for "Atrocities, Part 1 of 4: Cry Havoc"

The Reds look for Rankorr's Ring signature and find their teammate in another planet. However he is chained and mindless. Atrocitus made him go crazy again. Supergirl is aghast at it, wondering if any of them can get changed back and what kind of being is Atrocitus to do something like that to one person.

Bleez releases Rankorr but he cannot be reasoned with and fights them all. The Reds manage to take Rankorr down and look to take him back to Ysmault, hoping the lake will help bring him back. When they return, though, they find the place in ruins. Atrocitus came over, poisoned the Lake, and razed the place to the ground as they were away.

Guy realizes Atrocitus has formally declared war, and he decides to draw Kara aside. He tells her she must leave the Reds and find her way rather than staying there and get killed when fighting Atrocitus. His words make Kara angry, but she also feels torn. Her teammates have helped her deal with her anger issues and she likes them. She doesn't want to go... but she doesn't truly want to stay and be a Red forever. Guy insists that she is strong enough to find her way alone and be better than all of them. He manages to talk Kara into leaving, giving her the coordinates for Mogo and telling her to go Hal Jordan in order to find a way to remove her Ring.

After Kara leaves, Guy decides it is time to take Atrocitus down once and for all.



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  • This book was first published on June 25, 2014.
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  • The chapter's title is a reference to Willian Shakespeare's Julius Caesar (iii. 1. 274): "Cry havoc and let slip the dogs of war"



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