Alias: Slade Wilson; Deathstroke the Terminator
Height: 6'4" (speculative)
Weight: 230 lbs. (speculative)
Voice Actor: Ron Perlman
History: Being one of the Titans' deadliest enemies, very little of Slade's personal history and background is known to them. But the team has clashed with him both directly and indirectly on many occasions. He has often employed various henchmen and a mechanical army, presumably of his own design, but is also not afraid to take matters into his own hands if the need arises. While his true goals and motivations have never been known to anyone but him, he has shown a specific interest in the Titans for nearly as long as they've been active as a team. At one point during their early conflicts, he blackmailed Robin into joining him to serve as his "apprentice", revealing at the time that it had been his intention from the start. After the other Titans freed Robin from his thrall and the reunited team defeated him, Slade went into hiding for a short time, but resurfaced when he saw the opportunity to recruit a new apprentice: Terra. He preyed on the girl's doubts, confusion and insecurities, training her to better control her volatile powers while manipulating her into infiltrating, and ultimately betraying, the Titans. With Terra's help, Slade was able to achieve a decisive victory over the young heroes, and for a brief period the entire city was effectively at his mercy. But the Titans' eventual counterattack smashed Slade's robot army and much of his resources, leading to a confrontation in his underground lair. Terra's conflicted feelings toward the Titans, combined with Slade's own abuse, led her to turn against him -- with fatal results for her "master".
However, that was not the end of Slade. Some time after his death, he was resurrected by the demon Trigon to serve as a catalyst in his plan to enter (and conquer) this dimension through his daughter, Raven. Slade agreed to serve Trigon on the condition that he would fully restore Slade's flesh-and-blood body once his task was completed -- an agreement the demon had no intention of upholding. Once his purpose was fulfilled, Trigon immediately double-crossed Slade and cast him aside. After managing to restore himself through other means, Slade then returned the favor by helping the Titans defeat Trigon and evict him from this dimension. Since then, he has maintained a low profile and has not openly clashed with the Titans since Trigon's defeat, save for a single encounter with Beast Boy.
Powers/Abilities: Slade possesses subtly heightened strength, agility, stamina and reflexes. He also heals at an accelerated rate and his brain functions more efficiently than that of an un-augmented human. Although he is missing his right eye, it is not an appreciable disability in his case. He is a veteran soldier, an exceptional tactician and a master of nearly all forms of personal combat, and is also highly adept at emotional manipulation and psychological warfare. His opponents rarely know his true aim until it is too late. Slade is not an enemy to be taken lightly.
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