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Real Identity: Not Applicable
Appearances (Webisodes): Welcome to Super Hero High, All About Super Hero High, Saving the Day, Hero of the Month: Supergirl, License to Fly, Hero of the Month: Hawkgirl, Ring of Mire, Cold Blooded, Hero of the Month: Lady Shiva, Surprise!, Hero of the Month: Beast Boy, Tales From the Kryptomites Part 1, Tales From the Kryptomites Part 2, Seeing Red, Around Metropolis in 80 Seconds, Techless Tuesday, Fresh Ares Part 1, Fresh Ares Part 2, Fresh Ares Part 3, Gorilla Warfare, New Perry-Spective, It's a Superful Life, Ring Me Maybe Part 4, Fish Out of Water Part 1, Fish Out of Water Part 2, Pets Peeved Part 1, Pets Peeved Part 2, Ha-Ha Horticulture, Truth of the Lasso Part 1, Truth of the Lasso Part 2, Truth of the Lasso Part 4, Nevermore Part 2, Nevermore Part 3, Nevermore Part 4, Tamaranean Dance Club Part 1, and Tamaranean Dance Club Part 2
Appearances (Novels): Wonder Woman at Super Hero High, Supergirl at Super Hero High, Batgirl at Super Hero High, Katana at Super Hero High, and Harley Quinn at Super Hero High
Appearances (TV Specials): Super Hero High
Appearances (Comics): Free Comic Book Day 2016 Edition, Halloween ComicFest 2016 Edition, A Punch of Color, and Moon Doggie
Appearances (Graphic Novels): Finals Crisis and Hits and Myths
Appearances (Books): Super Hero High School Yearbook
Appearances (Movies): Hero of the Year
Appearances (LEGO Webisodes): Need for Speed, Crazed & Confused, and Showdown
Appearances (LEGO TV Special): Galactic Wonder
Powers/Skills: Power Source and Conduit
Voiced By: Not Applicable
The famed Amethyst from Gemworld adorns the Super Hero High School's tallest tower and doubles as a welcome beacon for incoming flyers. It also contains more energy than a nuclear power plant, enough to amplify a villain's arsenal 100 fold, and once served as a portal to Gemworld. The portal remained inactive for decades. A weight sensitive precaution is affixed to the Amethyst's resting pad. If it is removed, a security alarm is triggered. During semester finals one year, Lucius Fox's invisible jetpack was sabotaged by Cheetah in a scheme to net her Hero of the Month. Fox tested the pack and got stuck on the Amethyst. Wonder Woman held the gem in place while Bumblebee and Harley Quinn rescued Fox. Wonder Woman had Poison Ivy secure the top of the tower with vines. Wonder Woman inspected the gem and noticed Cheetah clinging the jetpack. She was afraid of touching the Lasso of Truth and fell. Wonder Woman caught with the lasso and she accidentally confessed to her attempts to make Wonder Woman look bad.
On her first day, Supergirl crashed into the cafeteria. Principal Waller assigned Wonder Woman to check on the Amethyst then double check. Waller warned even a crack would be disasterous. About a week later, Granny Goodness' true colors were revealed. She had her pet Parademon Perry place her Mother Box on the Amethyst. It supercharged Granny and her Female Furies. She then emitted a frequency that placed everyone under a state of hypnosis. Barbara Gordon came up with a plan to plant her De-Trancer on the Amethyst and use it as a power source, as well. It worked and everyone was freed. Granny Goodness tried to make a play for the Amethyst but Wonder Woman, Supergirl and Batgirl intervened and saved the day. The Thursday before the Hero of the Year ceremony, Dark Opal reactivated the Amethyst's portal and found Eclipso. Early Friday morning, Opal came through the Amethyst, attacked Hawkgirl, and stole her Nth Metal belt. The night of the Hero of the Year ceremony, Dark Opal and Eclipso appeared at the Amethyst. Armed with her Scepter, Eclipso touched the Amethyst and generated a parabolic shield that covered an area around the tower. It dropped once Eclipso was distracted with fighting Opal over the Scepter.