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A cache by Doug. G Send Message to Owner Message this owner. Difficulty: Terrain:. Join now to view geocache location details. It's free! Sign up Login. Looking for a different adventure? Please note Use of geocaching. The Lazarus Pits are an iconic part of Batman lore. The mysterious chemical pools and their life-restoring and rejuvenating powers are intrinsically linked to the Dark Knight's oldest foe, Ra's al Ghul, allowing him to extend his lifespan by centuries.
They're powerful things, the Lazarus Pits, but in this week's Batman 73 writer Tom King may have just introduced something even stronger and potentially more terrifying -- the Nain Pit.
As they journey -- and once he regains consciousness -- Bruce figures out what exactly it is that Thomas is looking for: the Nain Pit. It turns out that this pit is very mysterious, and Bruce has really only ever heard rumors of it and what it can do and it's the "do" implication that leads Bruce to figure out exactly what Thomas aims to do and why he's got the coffin. The coffin contains the corpse of Martha Wayne and Thomas intends to use the Nain Pit to bring her back to life.
Now, if this Nain Pit were simply a Lazarus Pit with a special name, this whole journey would be a fool's errand. To use a Lazarus Pit, the subject needs to be at least slightly alive or, in a worst case scenario, only very recently dead and even in the best of circumstances, those who go into the Pit often go insane.
In an effort to guarantee his continued existence, he has on several occasions demonstrated the ability to transfer his soul into the bodies of others, giving him a way to live on in the event that his physical body is destroyed and unable to be transported into a Lazarus Pit.
The exact details of this process have remained inconsistent; at times it appears as though a complicated ritual is required to achieve this effect, while on other occasions he is capable of performing this feat on a whim, merely by making physical contact with his intended host. He claimed he was gifted with true immortality and displayed powers such as levitation, energy projection and construct creation and matter manipulation.
However, he lost these abilities following his battle with Jason Todd. Created by Neal Adams in ,  the Sensei was originally introduced as high-ranking member of the League of Assassins. He was portrayed as an aged but highly skilled martial artist. During the Resurrection of Ra's al Ghul storyline, he was revealed to be Ra's al Ghul's centuries-old father.
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Though little is known about his past, it is stated that he was born out of a union meant to strengthen his father's hold over "some long-extinct people",  suggesting that he was older than Ra's' other children. As an albino , he was never considered a potential heir to his father's empire. She was born to an unnamed woman in 18th century Russia. Talia's mother was a woman of mixed Chinese and Arab ancestry  named Melisande,   who met Ra's at the Woodstock festival.
He is a Heir to the Demon Head and expected to one day lead the League. Ra's raised him to be the new Alexander the Great.
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He is bred from birth to take and rule the world by his mother Talia al Ghul. He was very aggressive until he met his father, Batman. Batman taught him how to calm himself and trained him to be the new Robin. His genetic perfection and genetic makeup unfortunately marked him as the ideal host for his grandfather who wants to take over his body.grandnalog.ru/modules/2019-09-22/seks-znakomstva-v-nikopole.php
Introduced as an enemy to Damian she was also raised by the League of Assassins. She and Damian were both members of the Demon's Fist , an elite group within in the League. Damian was supposed to lead the Demon's Fist but Mara now leads the group since Damian's choosing his father over the League. Mara hates Damian since he left her with a scar across her right eye during a training session when they were younger. Mara has not inherited her father's albinism; she has black hair with red bangs.
Like the rest of her family, she is a skilled fighter and is also noted to be a talented artist. Athanasia al Ghul is a character featured so far only in the Injustice 2 prequel comics and does not appear in the prime earth continuity. Athanasia is the secret daughter of Talia and Bruce and raised by Talia without Bruce or even Damian's knowledge. While Talia allowed Damian to become a hero and work with his father for a time, Talia kept Athanasia a secret from her father and raised her as a member of the League of Assassins. Athanasia is first seen beside her mother Talia breaking her brother Damian out of prison.
She is insulted by Damian's apparent rudeness and wants him to say please before letting him out. When Warden Dan Turpin tries to arrest them she kills him and the guards. While exiting the building Damian tells his mother to control her 'servant', Athanasia, who then assaults him. After the fall of Superman's regime Athanasia and the rest of the League come out of hiding. She works alongside her mother and grandfather in a scheme to reclaim the Earth from humans who were destroying it.
During a fight with Batman in their secret base in the Amazon Rainforest Athanasia was seemingly killed when El Diablo exploded and Athanasia wasn't shielded by the blast. She later appeared again alongside her grandfather in Gorilla City as King Solovar's guests. Although he fathered children with several women, Ra's al Ghul has only two confirmed marriages. The first was to Sora,   whose death set Ra's on the path to becoming the "Demon's Head".
The second was to Melisande,   Talia's mother. Ra's also appears to have an unnamed sister  or half-sister,  a female assassin belonging to a group called the "Daughters of Acheron", whose members share the same father. In Batman and Robin 12, it is revealed that Talia has cloned her son, Damian. Additionally, Nyssa once stated that she has given birth twelve times,  opening the possibility of Ra's having many other descendants.
After Talia encounters and falls in love with Batman in Detective Comics May , Ra's begins to consider Batman as a possible heir. Ra's first deduces Batman's secret identity when he reasons the Dark Knight has to be rich, and learns only Bruce Wayne has bought the equipment a crime fighter would have; he is then ready to put Batman to a final test.
Ra's surprises Batman in the Batcave , seemingly to enlist Batman's aid in rescuing both Talia and Dick Grayson , the first Robin , both of whom have apparently been kidnapped. Batman soon discovers the whole affair is a charade orchestrated by Ra's to test Batman, which he passes. Ra's asks Batman to become his heir, which Batman refuses, appalled by his genocidal plan to "cleanse" the world. This story was later adapted into a two-part story in Batman: The Animated Series during its third season under the title "The Demon's Quest".
Despite being mortal enemies, Ra's al Ghul and Batman maintain some level of respect towards one another. Similar to The Riddler , Ra's admires Batman's intellectual prowess first and foremost, regularly referring to Batman as "Detective" or "The Detective" when speaking to or about him. Despite being aware of Batman's true identity as Bruce Wayne since their first meeting, Ra's has never exposed that information to the public or Batman's other foes; something Batman once attributed to Ra's' personal code of honor.
However, Ra's has repeatedly used that knowledge to his own advantage when fomenting plans and contingencies against Batman. In the story "Resurrection Night" in Batman , Ra's helps all of Batman's foes to escape from Arkham Asylum and the Gotham State Penitentiary, setting them on a plan to abduct certain individuals across Gotham City who are linked in one form or another to Batman. Ra's' true intent is to show Batman the folly of his efforts to protect a corrupt society, to his mind, allows criminals to exist and flourish.
Ra's eventually uses the Pit while still healthy, both increasing his strength and putting his life at risk, in an attempt to outmatch the Dark Knight. The plan backfires, as Ra's is left writhing in the pit, seemingly destroyed. In the graphic novel Son of the Demon , Ra's successfully enlists Batman's aid in defeating a rogue assassin and warlord, Qayin a variation on the spelling of Cain , who has murdered Ra's' then-wife Melisande Talia's mother. During this storyline, Batman marries Talia and she becomes pregnant.
Batman is nearly killed protecting Talia from the assassin's agents. In the end, Talia ends her relationship with Batman, unwilling to put him in danger. She claims to have miscarried and the marriage is dissolved. The child is eventually born and left at an orphanage eventually taking the name Ibn al Xu'ffasch. The only identification provided is Talia's jewel-encrusted necklace, which once belonged to Talia's mother. Two Elseworlds stories, Kingdom Come and Brotherhood of the Bat , feature two alternate versions of Ibn as an adult, coming to terms with his dual heritage.
The recent appearance of the child under the name Damian in an issue of Batman implies that this policy may have changed. Ra's has previously been revealed as alive in the 31st century setting of the post- Zero Hour reboot Legion of Super-Heroes , impersonating Leland McCauley. Ra's offers Bruce whom he addresses as "Adversary" a chance at immortality. Ra's has determined that if two people enter the Lazarus Pit, the Pit will merge both life forces, destroying one soul in the process and imbuing the other with youth and immortality without the ensuing madness.
With his only choices being a fifty-fifty chance at death in the Pit or being murdered by Ra's' men, Bruce agrees to the process. He survive exposure to the Pit and subsequently uses Ra's' criminal empire to clandestinely set up an international humanitarian network. He also becomes a near-immortal, aging one year for every century. He manipulates the Kingpin to his side by infecting the crime lord's wife Vanessa with terminal disease and promising him the cure in return for his allegiance.
Ra's then orders him to press the button on his machines which would send New York City under the ocean. Ultimately, Spider-Man and Batman interfere and the Kingpin reveals that he knows Ra's' plans and allows the two heroes to board his plane so they can assist him.
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Defeated, Ra's bows out of the plan gracefully but claims that there is no cure for the disease. Vanessa convinces her husband that she wishes no further violence, and they leave. Talia soon gives the cure to Batman, who then gives it to Spider-Man, who passes it on to the Kingpin. In The Batman Adventures 1, albeit Ra's didn't appear, he plays a larger role behind-the-scenes along the Society of Shadows and the Penguin.
In Captain Carrot and the Final Ark , Ra's is parodied as Rash Al Paca, an alpaca who plans to save the environment from "animalkind" by increasing global warming and flooding the planet. In Kingdom Come , a rogue superhuman claimed that Ra's al Ghul was killed. When the appearance of Gog threatens this reality, Ibn uses a Lazarus Pit to restore Ra's to life to try to find a solution in collaboration with Lex Luthor and Brainiac , but they fail to find a solution.
All three of them attempt to betray Ibn, and Lex and Brainiac die in their own trap for him. Ra's gets into a sword duel with his grandson in the Batcave and is killed by him. In the alternate timeline of the Flashpoint event, Ra's al Ghul is a young boy and member of the H. He voted against using nuclear weapons to end the war in Western Europe between Aquaman and Wonder Woman. In the Arrow tie-in comic, Season 2. They arrive back, with him and a girl named Mesi Natifah.
Wishing to give Mesi vengeance, he gives her his sword to execute him. Ra's appears as the main antagonist in a crossover story between Batman '66 and Wonder Woman '77 taking place in the continuity of Adam West's portrayal of Batman and Lynda Carter's portrayal of Wonder Woman.
He and his daughter Talia first meet Bruce in the 40s at a Wayne Foundation auction to support the war effort, where The League of Shadows and the Nazis attempt to bid for a book detailing ancient treasures and locations. When they confront the book's auction winner Mr. Finlay, the young Bruce and Talia escape with both of the books to keep them safe.
Ra's finds Bruce in the maze and threatens his life, but Bruce escapes as Ra's manages to obtain one of the books. Twenty-two years later, Talia hires Catwoman to steal the second book from Mr. Batman, Robin and Catwoman travel to Paradise Island to warn Wonder Woman and her people that the League of Shadows will be invading one of the nearby areas, with Diana knowing that Ra's is after the island's Lazarus Pit. Ra's uses the pit to restore his youth and offers the four the chance to join the League of Shadows, but they refuse. Ra's tries to bury them alive, but they are saved thanks to the intervention of Wonder Girl and Talia rescuing them behind her father's back still harboring feelings for Bruce.
Talia is placed in prison by the Amazons while Ra's manages to escape. Ra's hires the Riddler, Mr. Freeze, Clayface, Killer Croc, and Cheetah to keep the heroes at bay. Batman follows Ra's near the Pit and tries to stop him, but Ra's uses his magical assassins to prevent them from interfering. Due to using the Pit sooner than the last time he used it, Ra's is de-aged into a ten year old.
The two Ghuls are taken into authorities, with Batman saddened that Talia chose to follow her father's influence. Ra's serves as a major antagonist in the comic prequel series to the video game Injustice 2. He also organizes the kidnapping of the relatives of active superheroes as a deterrent to their involvement in his plans and resurrects Alfred Pennyworth with one of his Lazarus Pits.