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There will always be people who say mean words because you are different. And sometimes their minds cannot be changed. But there are many more people that do not judge people based on how they look, or where they came from. Those are the people whose words truly matter.
~ Starfire on racism
Starfire is one of the five main heroes of the 2003 animated series Teen Titans and the films Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo, and Teen Titans Go! vs. Teen Titans. She is an alien princess from the distant world, Tamaran, and one of the five founding members of the Teen Titans. She is also Robin's main love interest and finally becomes his girlfriend in the series finale movie.
Starfire is the second of the three children of the Royal Family of Tamaran. When her planet was attacked and devastated by the Gordanians, Starfire's elder sister Blackfire made a peace settlement with the invaders by giving them her younger sibling as a slave. Unfortunately for her captors, Starfire, while apparently rather naive and gentle by Tamaranian standards, was too much for them to handle, breaking loose and flying to Earth.
As is typical of the Tamaranean race, Starfire has orange skin and completely green eyes with no whites or visible pupils. Her hair is also unusually long and thick compared to that of humans. She also has green eyes and a long, auburn hair.Starfire's outfit consists of purple skirt, top and long boots. Likewise, her outfit was more modest than what she actually wore in the comics, but was still skimpy enough that she covered herself up in embarrassment.
Starfire is happy, cute, naive and somewhat insecure, but her naivete is not to be mistaken for stupidity. Though it is this naivete that endears her to others, especially to Robin. She and Robin are the closest out of all the Titans, and he takes time out to explain the ways of Earth to her. An alien and an outsider, she is still rather new to Earth and its customs. This leads to much confusion for her and others, such as the awkwardness in casually drinking mustard. She takes friendship very seriously, and is easily distressed when others, especially her friends, argue or fight.
She is arguably the most social of the Titans, regularly meditating with Raven, or lifting weights with Cyborg. Above all, she wishes to be friends with everyone she meets, and for everyone to get along.
Starfire is a strange mixture of personality traits; most of the time, she acts quite gentle and demure, possibly due to expectations of Earth culture and desire to better assimilate in her adopted home, but when the need arises she can be as much the fearsome warrior as any of her comrades.
Starfire possesses great superhuman strength despite her pin-up girl looks. In early promos for her original appearance in The New Teen Titans, it was said that she "has the strength of eight men." However, Starfire has repeatedly demonstrated that she is far stronger than that since she can out-muscle her Titans teammates Cyborg. This would indicate that Starfire has at least class-100 strength as well, though her strength level has never been accurately quantified.
When sufficiently angered, Starfire can go into a berserker state, granting her even greater strength, invulnerability, and immunity to many forms of damage. She is highly resistant to injury and can even survive unharmed in the cold vacuum of space.
Unlike other versions of Starfire except her Go! counterpart, her belly button is drawn occasionally.