Synopsis for "Who is Wonder Girl?; Part 3"
After the shock of discovering that she's Wonder Woman niece, Wonder Girl now addresses, together with Diana and Cassandra, the matter of bringing her father Lennox back to life: Diana tells her that, even if the intention of her aunt Cassandra are good and true, borrowing power from gods, especially powers manipulating life and death, always comes with a heavy price. Diana wants Cassie to come with her and give the Rod of Asclepius back to the Gods of Olympus, and wants her step-sister Cassandra to continue on the road of redemption.
But the demigoddess does not want to renounce to her plan: a struggle makes the Rod fall inside a crater. While Diana and Cassandra fight, the Titans retrieve the formidable item and hand it to their comrade, Wonder Girl, telling her it's her choice to make and that they will support her no matter what. Trusting Cassandra, Wonder Girl gives her the Rod only to be disappointed in seeing her using the Rod to mend her throat, giving herself back the powers Lennox took from her. Diana is shocked to see that her Lasso was tricked, but Cassandra explains that she used the last power she had before losing her voice to order herself to do anything to restore her power, including really believe in restoring the life of her brother as a gift of a better life for Cassie.
As the evil Cassandra orders to all Titans to die, Tim tells Bunker to plug the ears of everyone with little bricks, making them immune to Cassandra's will-controlling voice. Wonder Girl then, in a fit of rage, repeats history tearing out again Cassandra's throat, depriving her of her just regained powers. With the Rod of Asclepious almost destroyed, Cassie uses it once again, this time healing her aunt's throat but commanding her powers to not come back. Diana is amazed of seeing the maturity and kindness of Cassie's choice, and tells her she's proud of her, proposing a trip to Olympus to know her family better.
Cassie is happy about the proposal, but tells to Diana her family are the Teen Titans, once again making Wonder Woman proud. Bringing Cassandra to Olympian justice, Diana tells her newfound niece she's available for any necessity and clarification. Still, the evil Cassandra still thinks she planted a seed of doubt into Wonder Girl, who might end up being more similar to her and a lot less to Wonder Woman.
Appearing in "Who is Wonder Girl?; Part 3"
- Cassandra (Flashback and main story)
- Hyena-Men (Die)
- Rod of Asclepius
- Silent Armor