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"When I lost my Legion ring, I realized how much I depended on it for strength and confidence. I thought it's what made me a hero."
Brainiac 5[src]


The Legion rings[1] are rings that are used by the members of the Legion to allow them to fly, communicate with each other, oxygen independency, and, under specific circumstances, travel through time. They were used in the 31st century, and early 2018.

One such ring is owned by Clark Kent and kept in the Fortress of Solitude.

History

Clark Kent acquired a Legion ring sometime before 2016 and kept it on a pedestal at his Fortress. The ring noticed by Kara Danvers when she first visited the fortress with James Olsen.[2]

Sometime during or before the 31st century, the ring was invented and given to members of the Legion; granting them access to the power of flight, as well as the power to breathe unaided in harsh environments such as the vacuum of space and immunity to telepathic abilities.

Legion of Super-Heroes

The Legion with their flight rings.

At some point the Legion traveled back in time and where they were found by Supergirl, the D.E.O. and later battled Reign at Albatross Bay using their rings.[3]

During the final battle against Reign and the Children of Juru, Supergirl used Mon-El's Legion ring to fly into space to find a space-time disruption and travel back in time to prevent the deaths of Mon-El, Alura and Samantha Arias.[4]

Appearances

The Flash

Season 2

Supergirl


Gallery

Promotional images

Behind the scenes

  • In the DC comics, this item is called the "Legion Flight Ring", engraved with the signature "L" of the Legion of Super-Heroes, a superhero team from the 31st century. Its wearer gets the ability to fly in both atmospheric environments and outer space. In many stories, Superman and Supergirl, as former or reservist Legionnaires, are also seen wearing flight rings. Superman usually keeps his in his Fortress as a reminder of his time spent in the 31st century.

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