Power Rings

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Real Identity: Not Applicable
Appearances (Webisodes): Welcome to Super Hero High, All About Super Hero High, Crazy Quiltin', Clubbing, Hero of the Month: Bumblebee, Franken-Ivy, Hero of the Month: Katana, Hero of the Month: Frost, Ring of Mire, Hero of the Month: Star Sapphire, The Ultimate Accessory, Roomies Return: Frost's Bite, Hero of the Month: Beast Boy, It's a Superful Life, Ring Me Maybe Part 1, Ring Me Maybe Part 2, Ring Me Maybe Part 3, Ring Me Maybe Part 4, Ha-Ha Horticulture, By the Yearbook, Spell-shocked Part 1, Spell-shocked Part 2, Mood Ring, Stage Fright, The Wobble, Super Gift Swap, and My So-Called Anti-Life Part 3
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, Savage High Part 1, Egging On Part 2, Every Trick in the Book, Oa Snap, Stay Calm, Krypton, Barry-Foot in the Bark, Space Walk With Me, Planet of the Bots, Crash Cabbies, Zone In, Breaking Out, Light The Way Home, Fight and Space Flight, and The Final Frontier
Appearances (Graphic Novels): Finals Crisis, Hits and Myths, and Summer Olympus
Appearances (Books): Super Hero High School Yearbook
Appearances (Movies): Hero of the Year
Appearances (LEGO TV Special): Galactic Wonder
Powers/Skills: Various
Voiced By: Matthew Mercer (Green Lantern Ring) and Cristina Pucelli (Violet Lantern Ring)

Power Rings are some of the most powerful alien weapons. Based on the color spectrum it represents, the ring can generate various energy constructs. The Green Lantern Ring chooses its bearer without any guidance from the Corps. It senses who will use it to spread the light and deems them worthy. Star Sapphire's Violet Power Ring has an additional ability to make people like her as it is based in the emotion of love. Sapphire's ring was stolen by one of Eclipso's Shadow Demons to serve as a component of a legendary Scepter of ultimate power. Sapphire recovered the ring after Supergirl overloaded the Scepter with her heat vision.

After Hal Jordan departed Earth to complete his training on Oa, a new Green Lantern Ring was sent to Earth to choose a new Junior Green Lantern to protect it. It arrived shortly after Sinestro kidnapped Starfire, the Flash, and Wonder Woman and chose Jessica Cruz, Lois Lane's camera operator. It found her hiding in the Capes & Cowls Cafe kitchen and addressed her as the new Junior Green Lantern. She got scared and whacked it outside with a pot but it returned. She ran outside and shoved it in a trash can but persisted.

Batgirl eventually convinced her to believe in her super self and put it on to help defeat Sinestro. During combat training, Star Sapphire's ring was cracked when she took a blast of ice breath from Supergirl. The emotional electromagnetic spectrum leaked from her ring and affected several of the supers. Wonder Woman was hit by the fear of yellow light, Batgirl by the greed of orange light, Harley by the compassion of indigo, Supergirl by the rage of red, Principal Waller and Gorilla Grood by the love of violet, and Big Barda by the willpower of green. Recalling Wildcat's reason for pairing supers for combat teams, Star Sapphire got an idea to pair the right emotions to restore the supers back to normal. Batgirl and Harley, Big Barda and Wonder Woman, Waller, Grodd, and Supergirl were all forced into making contact. It worked and the spectrum returned to Sapphire's ring. It was restored to normal working condition.