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While it is true that Beast Boy fell head over heels for Terra, look how it turned out. If we're being brutally honest, Terra was a traiter from the very start. She and Slade orcistrated that monster attack that caused her to meet the Titans. She convinced the Titans to add her to the team and took her back to the Tower. And then she started using the titans. She'' used'' Beast Boy to get confidential information for Slade to find out their weaknesses and eliminate them all (including BB).​ So whatever ''feelings''​ Terra had for Beast Boy apparently wasn't enough for her to even hesitate about eliminating him. Plus, in "Aftershocks Part 1" She spcifically told Robin that Slade isn't ''making'' her do anything and she ''chose'' to eliminate them. The only time she rebelled against Slade was when she started to not like how he was treating her, which is kind of self-imposed if you ask me. Overall, that pairing was pretty onesided which is why I don't like it.<br />
 
While it is true that Beast Boy fell head over heels for Terra, look how it turned out. If we're being brutally honest, Terra was a traiter from the very start. She and Slade orcistrated that monster attack that caused her to meet the Titans. She convinced the Titans to add her to the team and took her back to the Tower. And then she started using the titans. She'' used'' Beast Boy to get confidential information for Slade to find out their weaknesses and eliminate them all (including BB).​ So whatever ''feelings''​ Terra had for Beast Boy apparently wasn't enough for her to even hesitate about eliminating him. Plus, in "Aftershocks Part 1" She spcifically told Robin that Slade isn't ''making'' her do anything and she ''chose'' to eliminate them. The only time she rebelled against Slade was when she started to not like how he was treating her, which is kind of self-imposed if you ask me. Overall, that pairing was pretty onesided which is why I don't like it.<br />
   
Raven on the other hand seems like a more believable candidate. And yes, BBRae unfortunately didn't happen ''fully'' in the first cartoon but the fact that they were toghether in the comics made the show hint very heavily at their relationship. The official head writer, David Slack even stated he intentionally wrote Beast Boy and Raven as a "married couple", hence the relationship was one of deep loyalty and affection, but also laced with conflicting personality clashes. This "tough love" relationship between Beast Boy and Raven is continued in Trouble in Tokyo, also written by Slack. Episodes like "Spellbound and "The Beast Within" emphasized their developing relationship. Although they got on each others nerves, became hostile and closed off from the other at times, they always reconciled and learned more about each other. This makes their pairing more enticing and believable to me.
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Raven on the other hand seems like a more believable candidate to me. And yes, BBRae unfortunately didn't happen ''fully'' happen in the first cartoon but the fact that they were together in the comics made the show hint very heavily at their relationship. The official head writer, David Slack even stated he intentionally wrote Beast Boy and Raven as a "married couple", hence the relationship was one of deep loyalty and affection, but also laced with conflicting personality clashes. This "tough love" relationship between Beast Boy and Raven is continued in Trouble in Tokyo, also written by Slack. Episodes like "Spellbound and "The Beast Within" emphasized their developing relationship. Although they got on each others nerves, became hostile and closed off from the other at times, they always reconciled and learned more about each other. This makes their pairing more enticing and believable to me.
   
 
But I don't want to start a shipping war so this is probably my last comment on that topic. Now I have a better question for you. What do you think about the Mona Lisa and Raphael pairing? I know it's early but I'd like to know you think about it :]
 
But I don't want to start a shipping war so this is probably my last comment on that topic. Now I have a better question for you. What do you think about the Mona Lisa and Raphael pairing? I know it's early but I'd like to know you think about it :]

Latest revision as of 13:20, November 3, 2015

Sugilita wrote:

It was painfully obvious that Beast Boy was madly in love with Terra in the first cartoon,and if i remember correctly,the writers of the first cartoon stated that BBRae wouldn't happen in it.

While it is true that Beast Boy fell head over heels for Terra, look how it turned out. If we're being brutally honest, Terra was a traiter from the very start. She and Slade orcistrated that monster attack that caused her to meet the Titans. She convinced the Titans to add her to the team and took her back to the Tower. And then she started using the titans. She used Beast Boy to get confidential information for Slade to find out their weaknesses and eliminate them all (including BB).​ So whatever feelings​ Terra had for Beast Boy apparently wasn't enough for her to even hesitate about eliminating him. Plus, in "Aftershocks Part 1" She spcifically told Robin that Slade isn't making her do anything and she chose to eliminate them. The only time she rebelled against Slade was when she started to not like how he was treating her, which is kind of self-imposed if you ask me. Overall, that pairing was pretty onesided which is why I don't like it.

Raven on the other hand seems like a more believable candidate to me. And yes, BBRae unfortunately didn't happen fully happen in the first cartoon but the fact that they were together in the comics made the show hint very heavily at their relationship. The official head writer, David Slack even stated he intentionally wrote Beast Boy and Raven as a "married couple", hence the relationship was one of deep loyalty and affection, but also laced with conflicting personality clashes. This "tough love" relationship between Beast Boy and Raven is continued in Trouble in Tokyo, also written by Slack. Episodes like "Spellbound and "The Beast Within" emphasized their developing relationship. Although they got on each others nerves, became hostile and closed off from the other at times, they always reconciled and learned more about each other. This makes their pairing more enticing and believable to me.

But I don't want to start a shipping war so this is probably my last comment on that topic. Now I have a better question for you. What do you think about the Mona Lisa and Raphael pairing? I know it's early but I'd like to know you think about it :]

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